Enough to Storage for Content Management

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How is the owner of some certain network know that his/her storage for Content Management is enough to sustain all the user as time progresses?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #141297

Enough to Storage for Content Management

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It really depends upon the different settings you have made through you Content Management and how much data it has allowed for the user to upload. Different CMS (Content Management Systems) have user restrictions to allow a maximum of data usage up to a certain limit. This will ensure your CMS to have a steady increase in requirement as its users are increasing. The CMS depending on the nature can also be restricted from any uploading.

Further the slowness or increase in database can also be optimized. The owner must have a keen eye on the statistics of its website which could let him have an idea about the storage demands in future.

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Hello Marianne,

A user will determine if their storage for content management is enough to sustain all the works that they will be doing be checking the free space on the primary OS. The CMS folder is usually created on the C: drive and therefore it is very crucial to ensure that the space available on this drive enough.

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Nicke

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