Clustered vs Nonclustered Indexes

Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid | Clustered vs. Nonclustered Indexes

Editor’s Note:  “Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid” which was originally published at https://logicalread.com/dont-drink-kool-aid/#.Wud159PwZTZ. Soaring Eagle Advice Column By: Jeff Garbus Don’t believe everything you read on the web about clustered vs. nonclustered indexes I suspect almost every reader of this article has seen or heard the following, as it is posted “everywhere” on the web. Yet if the […]

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Medical Data: One Of The Hottest Commodities On The Dark Web

We’ve all heard of the dark Web. Parallel to the Internet we all know and love, the dark Web operates much like the black market – it’s almost impossible to trace its participants, making it a breeding ground for criminal activity and underground sales. But what exactly is the dark Web? The dark Web is […]

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Women in IT

High Heels and IT

Women, leadership and what we bring to the table that men cannot. I think that men and women are built differently, and that’s a good thing. Differences in gender, race, religion, and lifestyle means that each individual can be seen in a unique way. Although some women choose to hide their femininity in the boardroom, […]

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Common SQL Programming Mistakes

3 Common SQL Programming Mistakes – And How To Avoid Them

When you work with mid- to large-size tables, creating the right SQL statement and optimizing tables and queries for the best performance is a must. Avoid these SQL pitfalls and you will be on your way to designing a fast, efficient database for any size business. 1. Absence of Primary Keys Having a primary key […]

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Most Common Data Breaches

What are the Most Common Data Breaches?

As a business owner, you’ve probably heard a lot about protecting your business from data breaches. But what does that mean, exactly? A data breach is an unwanted, unsolicited, entry into your data, that violates data security protocols or causes damage to, or exposure of your data, systems, and applications. Common Data Breaches Common Data […]

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3 Tips For Treating Your Business Data With The Respect It Deserves

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on Young Upstarts, a leading publication on entrepreneurship, intrepreneurship, innovation, and small business. Check them out to stay in the know about the latest in industry news, opinion and analysis. Much of what keeps a business operating and profitable lies not on a store shelf but deep inside a computer system, where critical […]

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What Businesses Can Learn From Recent Data Breaches

A new day, a new data breach. Each one seemingly worse than the one before it. And while we’ve had our share of shocking data breaches, two of the biggest data breaches of recent years can teach us valuable business lessons on how to manage them. Every digital property is a potential target for a […]

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Recent Data Breaches

Recent Data Breaches

It’s turned into one of the biggest digital nightmares. You wake up any given day to an email from a company you trust: Your data might have been compromised. They don’t know the extent of the recent data breach yet, and they assure you they are doing everything they can to secure your information. So […]

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How to Know When to Upgrade Hardware and Software

How to Know When to Upgrade Hardware and Software

Have you ever been on a productive roll at work, typing away like a maniac and getting things done, only to get that awful circle of death? You know, that little circle your computer does when it’s “thinking” or “storing” information, preventing you from continuing to type? If it happens frequently, it might be time […]

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