There are separate requirements for the server, workstations, and the Web Component. The data is stored on the server in Microsoft SQL Server. Titanium is only
compatible with Microsoft SQL Server and does not run on MySQL, Oracle, or other data repositories.
The hardware requirements for Titanium Schedule are very modest, and as you can see by the minimum required specifications below, almost any Windows-based
computer you can purchase today is more than adequate.
The following requirements are for the computer running SQL Server and containing the data from Titanium Schedule. At some counseling centers, the SQL Server is
installed on a university-hosted computer or the center's existing file server, so an additional computer is not required.
Operating System: Windows Server 2012 x 64 (Windows Server 2008 R2 and later with latest service packs is supported).
Required Software: Requirements for software, like .NET Framework, vary depending on which version of Microsoft SQL Server you use. Visit the
following website to determine the requirements for:
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and later.
Processor: x64 (AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon 64, Intel Xeon with Intel EM64T support, Intel Pentium IV with EM64T support), 1.0 GHz minimum, 1.4 GHz or better recommended
RAM: 4 GB recommended (RAM is more important than CPU speed for performance)
- Disk Space:
Minimum of 600 MB for SQL Server installation. At a large counseling center, the Titanium database will probably grow to 2-4 GB over a few years.
If the center is going paperless and scanning a lot of old documentation into Titanium, storage needs could be several times that large. If you plan to
use Windows Server edition that supports RAID 1, we recommend having two drives and setting the operating system to mirror them to protect against
the failure of a drive.
At least 400 MB for the shared application folder, whether that folder is on the server running SQL Server or a separate file server.
Each computer workstation that will be running Titanium Schedule will need the following:
Screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher.
Intel Pentium or compatible 1GHz or higher processor. (800 MHz or higher is supported but not recommended)
1GB Memory (512 MB is supported but not recommended)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows® 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2003
Microsoft .NET Framework version 4 Extended (Not Microsoft .NET Framework version 4 Client Profile)
Disk Space: 100 Megabytes of available hard-disk space.
Web Component (Optional)
Titanium offers an optional Web Component add-on feature that makes it possible for your clients to complete forms, like intake forms, electronically on
computers. Typically, these computers are located in your reception area, although the Web Component can be configured to allow clients to complete forms
from anywhere on campus via an intranet or even the Internet.
Because the data clients provide goes directly into Titanium Schedule, your support staff is freed of the task of transcribing from paper forms into Titanium
Schedule. The Web Component converts the forms your center has designed inside Titanium Schedule and presents these forms to clients as a website that runs
on a web server at your campus.
The Web Component is an ASP.NET website and requires Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 or later with .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 or 4.0. The web
server must be able to access the SQL Server where the Titanium database is installed. The web server will use a restricted account to access the SQL Server,
and that account can only insert new records into the confidential tables. The account does not have the rights to view, update or delete any confidential information.
We recommend you use Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encrypt data traffic between the computers used by clients and the web server.
Note: If you are a current Titanium customer who is considering adding the Web Component, your Titanium Schedule database version must be 071001 or newer.
You can see how to determine your database version by visiting the Program Updates page.