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An expert reviews third-party security auditing tools

For most companies, SQL Server's security auditing tools aren't always enough to meet regulation requirements. The answer is third-party products.


SQL Server 2016 preview adds new user-targeted features

In a podcast, SearchSQLServer's Jessica Sirkin discusses the noteworthy features in SQL Server 2016, reactions from early users and issues to consider in thinking about upgrading.


SQL Server 2016 introduces stretch database

StretchDB, a new feature in SQL Server 2016, lets companies store "hot," heavily used data in the cloud and "cold," infrequently used data on-premises.


SQL Server 2016 preview makes waves with early adopters

Experts discuss the public preview of SQL Server 2016 and the best new features as early adopters ready themselves to put SQL Server 2016 into production.

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