“According to our survey, by 2020, the hybrid market will be the most common SharePoint environment, growing from 32% in 2017 to 46% in 2020.” This is one of the key findings of research conducted by CollabTalk, an independent research and technical marketing services company.
The research provides a valuable insight into the current and future SharePoint strategies of respondents. Results indicate that among those organisations currently using SharePoint on-prem, 50% plan to move to hybrid, while only 17% plan to move entirely to SharePoint Online. This confirms that companies are looking at hybrid not only as a transition to the cloud, but a long-term strategy that fits their corporate goals better than a pure-cloud SharePoint solution.
When database statistics become outdated, SharePoint Server installations will likely experience symptoms such as slow load times and decreased performance generating error messages on opening a site page; slower performance; long-running timer jobs; or an inability to open a SharePoint site.
“To prevent these symptoms and potential service outages, SQL Server maintenance plans should be implemented to keep SharePoint content database statistics updated,” says Microsoft on its support website.