SQL Server Database Compliance News
October 21, 2015
Microsoft announced that it had enabled an auditing feature for the Azure SQL Data Warehouse. The new feature has many benefits, but storing audit logs won't be free.
March 01, 2012
Microsoft technical fellow David DeWitt is secretly developing a data management system that can do the jobs of both SQL and NoSQL databases. Can he bring the two sides together?
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Find out which tools help attain HIPAA compliance. Lena Weiner profiles HIPAA pro Brandon Leach, who explains the steps needed to secure SQL Server. Continue Reading
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A good storage plan is key to proper database management no matter what system database administrators are working in. Without a sufficient SQL Server storage plan, the system may run out of space or process tasks too slowly. This handbook examines ... Continue Reading
How do DBAs who adhere to HIPAA regulations get their jobs done while staying compliant? We asked DBA Brandon Leach for some pointers. Continue Reading
Read this article by Ashish Kumar Mehta to learn the basic SQL Server security best practices everyone should know -- but many forget. Continue Reading
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Application developers who access SQL Server can affect server performance without knowing it. Here are eight things SQL Server developers often do wrong. Continue Reading
Compare the time cost of database calls to SQL Azure versus calls to a local server and get recommendations for improving the speed of database calls to SQL Azure. Continue Reading
Small but consistent changes are the trick to securing your SQL Server database and maintaining compliance with the latest industry rules and regulations. Continue Reading