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Three SQL Server appliances for SQL Server 2014

If SQL Server appliances are on your radar, you have options, but the price tag is high. Do your homework before buying. Here are the current offerings.

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Why you should upgrade to SQL Server 2012

Support for early versions of SQL Server has ended. But rather than upgrade to SQL Server 2014, companies are turning to SQL Server 2012. Here is why.

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Four things to keep in mind for SQL Server 2014 migration

Upgrading to a SQL Server 2014 installation isn't always easy, but it has the features to make it worth your time. Here are some tips for avoiding the pitfalls along the way.

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SQL Server database recovery tool inspired by PASS feedback

Kroll Ontrack's new SQL Server database recovery tool was developed from customer feedback. It recovers selected tables instead of the whole database.

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    Why you should upgrade to SQL Server 2012

    Support for early versions of SQL Server has ended. But rather than upgrade to SQL Server 2014, companies are turning to SQL Server 2012. Here is why.

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    Four things to keep in mind for SQL Server 2014 migration

    Upgrading to a SQL Server 2014 installation isn't always easy, but it has the features to make it worth your time. Here are some tips for avoiding the pitfalls along the way.

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    A data warehouse is a central repository for all or significant parts of the data that an enterprise's various business systems collect.

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