Archives: December 2012
Database infrastructure security is extremely crucial for any organization, which is why Microsoft has invested heavily in SQL Server security features in recent years. Microsoft redesigned the SQL Server database security engine from scratch for SQL Server 2005, and since then, SQL Server security has improved with each update.
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Today, I received a phone call from a friend who is thinking to downgrade the database hosted in SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition to SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition. He made me question whether this type of move is possible and is there any way for him to test the… Read more
Beginning with SQL Server 2005, Microsoft introduced a new feature called database snaphots, which gives DBAs a way of presenting a consistent view of data at a certain time. So in other words we can say that it is a static, read-only copy of a source database that gives you… Read more
Database technologies are an essential component of many information systems because they store a large amount of sensitive corporate data such as customer information and other confidential business data. Because of this, it is not wrong to say that databases such as SQL Server are the most valuable asset for… Read more