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Choosing the Computer to Store Your Data

IMPORTANT: Your company's statistics data is stored on a single computer while being shared with the other computers on your network. Choosing a suitable computer to store your data is important to having an installation that will continue to operate correctly into the future.

If your network was set up by an IT1 Professional, it is highly recommended that you have this person do the installation on your network. Our tech support personnel will not have access to your network equipment to correct any incorrect configuration of your network.

When operating Management by Statistics over a network, the network itself must be operational and configured standardly. We've created a checklist that shows correct and incorrect network configurations. To view the checklist of a usual network configuration click here.

We call the computer that stores you data a server2.

A.  The server is on the same network as the computers that will be used to access the data. This is a must.
B. The server is not a laptop that can unexpectedly leave the office.
C. The server is powered on during hours employees need to access the data.
D. The server is ideally a Windows server and not a computer used by an employee in their regular duties.
1. IT is short for Information Technology or Technologies. IT personnel generally configure and maintain computers and computer networks for businesses.
2. A server is a computer which is designed to have multiple users connecting to it at once and performs some common actions for those users. There are many types of servers and generally software which is designed to service many users can also be installed on regular computers.
3. A Database is a computer term used to mean a file or files where data is stored in a central location for access by one or more users. A database differs from a document file in that a document generally is only accessible by one user at a time and is organized by pages. A database is generally capable of being accessed by many users at once, with each user being able to read and save information at the same time.

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