I've inherited an SBS 2011 server. All services are installed on a single partition (C:) The the customer does heavy sql work using Thompson Reuters CS. This is a practice management solution for CPAs.
With 36 Gb RAM, everything is hideously slow and 10 users have trouble accomplishing the simplest of tasks.
Does it make sense to move the SQL instances to a separate RAID volume for better performance? (I know this is a broad\general question, but they are not on a budget that would allow them to replace the server with the correct environment.)