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  1. Kairi Gainsborough
    July 5, 2018 @ 9:27 pm

    Thanks for explaining why a network might be slow. I appreciate that you tried to explain it simply, but I’m not technically savvy, so some of this went over my head. Since we have a lot of data on our network, it seems like upgrading our hard drive space might help. If your hard drive is close to full, can it slow down your network? You mentioned that it is one of the four things that contributes to network speed.


    • Amira Armond Amira Armond
      July 6, 2018 @ 6:57 am

      Hi Kairi,

      Check “Disk Latency (ms)” which is a performance measurement. You can do this on your virtual servers like VMware, or inside Windows on your file server. If it is consistently above 10ms, then you need a faster connection to your disks. If you want help identifying what the problem is, I can assist you.


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