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  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Q&A: Tips for making data warehouses manageable

    New technologies are allowing companies to gather more and more data at lightning speeds, and that means data warehouses are becoming overburdened and inefficient, according to Craig Mullins, director of technology planning at BMC Software Inc. ...

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    .NET tools to be bundled in next SQL Server

    After two decades with the same underlying technology, SQL Server is in need of a facelift, Microsoft says. At the Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft vice president Gordon Mangione revealed some early features of Yukon, the next version ...

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    TDWI conference highlights data warehouse basics

    Data warehouse architect and author Richard Kimball today kicked off The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI) conference with a 10-step program for achieving data warehouse success.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Expert: Stop stuffing data warehouses full

    IT pros should stop stuffing data warehouses full and find ways to link data to and through external sources, according to experts at The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI) conference.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Data warehousing gets active

    BOSTON -- Finally, data warehousing is growing up.

    The data warehousing market has matured to the point where businesses are leveraging their data to improve customer service and reduce costs, said Vickie Farrell, vice president of ...

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  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    DBA cites on-the-job training as key

    Database architect and college instructor Jorge Batista says hands-on training is always more valuable than the stuff of textbooks.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    DBAs make plans for unknown disasters

    Some DBAs are finding that they aren't as prepared for a flood, fire or power outage in their data center as they thought they were. Careful contingency planning begins with the entire IT team, according to a DBA expert.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    IT pros look to dodge data warehousing snafus

    Gartner analysts warned IT pros away from mistakes that are commonly made while building data warehouses at the recent Gartner IT symposium.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    SQL Server security threat: An expert's advice

    Security specialist David Litchfield answers questions for SearchDatabase.com about what he calls the most severe security threat to the SQL Server in its history. Litchfield, Next Generation Security Software co-founder and a frequent guest speaker...

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Why use stored procedures?

    Stored procedures offer several distinct advantages over embedding queries in your Graphical User Interface (GUI). Your first thought may be: "Why tolerate the added development overhead?" After seeing the advantages, you may change your mind.

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Learning Guide: SQL Server security 2

    SQL Server is known for its ease-of-use and that characteristic is one reason why more and more businesses are choosing Microsoft's DBMS for large-scale implementations. But the default settings that make SQL Server so easy to set up can leave the ...

  • February 09, 2005 09 Feb'05

    Data integration woes here to stay

    At last week's DAMA conference, the experts told DBAs that one way to make data integration problems go away is to play really well with others.

  • February 08, 2005 08 Feb'05

    Yukon beta-tester says slower is better

    A sleek interface and newly automated features will make Yukon easier for database administrators to use than prior SQL Server version, according to Randy Dyess, author of "Transact-SQL Language Reference Guide" and founder of the Web site ...

  • February 08, 2005 08 Feb'05

    Beta testers review Yukon's finer points

    Yukon beta testers tell us what they love -- and lost -- in the newest version of SQL Server 2005.

  • February 08, 2005 08 Feb'05

    Microsoft settles new frontier with Yukon

    Code-named Yukon, Microsoft's newest database release has automated features that make it a new competitive threat to Oracle and IBM.

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