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Jan 13

Using File Sync Apps To Improve Application Performance

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Edited: Jan 17

One real world scenario where you could improve an applications performance by using file sync tools is when you have an application that reads files from a server, perhaps a licence server where user specific files and application files are stored on your network.

In this scenario the application on the users machine can suffer from lag while it retrieves information from the files that it needs to access on the server, this lag can also be compounded by high traffic on the network or even a poorly performing server.

To save going to the massive expense of either upgrading the server or potentially upgrading the network infrastructure as there are no real guarantees that a good performance gain will be seen, it could be possible to sync the files the application needs to read to each users machine.

All the files would remain backed up on the server and your users could potentially see a massive improvement in the performance of the application.

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