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DBA:M and the SQL Backup 6.0 pre-release

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Rodney Landrum, DBA manager in Pensacola, Florida, puts the pain of DBA:M into context as we learn about how SQL Backup can evolve to keep pace. Take a look at the changes we’ve got planned to help time-pressed DBAs in the forthcoming pre-release of version 6.0, including a new compression level and network resilience.

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2009-06-02

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