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Republish – Normal Data

Busy today at the InfoSec conference, so republishing Normal Data.

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Fitting Into RAM

RAM has always been a fairly limited resource in most of the computer systems I’ve worked with in my career. Often there is never enough RAM, and I’d always like more, often to speed up the systems. That has somewhat … Continue reading

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We Don’t Have Perfect Information

I was discussing the PASS Summit with someone and they were wondering about building their schedule. Actually, they wanted to pick sessions, but see the choices in a calendar format, but the schedule wasn’t out at that point in time. … Continue reading

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Data Clarity

There was an Associated Press (AP) report recently that noted Google applications track your location, even if you’re turned off Location History on your Android phone. The article has details about what the AP noted, as well as the report from some … Continue reading

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Destroying Data

For many of the data professionals out there, our job is to ensure that data is protected. We work to protect the information in our databases in a variety of ways that allow our organization to continue to work in … Continue reading

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Data Has a Dollar Value

It seems that every year we see new ways of analyzing information that companies are adopting. In this era of Big Data, with the challenges of real time BI analysis of (often) streaming sets of data, companies search for ways … Continue reading

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Editorial Republish: The Value of Data

I’m busy today, in the Redgate office, rehearsing and practicing for the SQL Privacy Summit. Today I’m republishing The Value of Data.

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Auto-Deleting Data

Email has been a part of my life for well over nearly thirty years. It’s kind of amazing to think of a time back in high school when there weren’t electronic communications. That seems foreign now, as we don’t have … Continue reading

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Believing the Data

This is interesting to me. Let’s leave aside the moral, ethical, or political sides of this. Let’s just look at the data. A cop gave a ticket to a self driving car. Apparently the officer thought the car was within 10 … Continue reading

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Innovation Needs Information

We are great about sharing knowledge in the technical community. I think the SQL Server community is even better than most technologies as we do a good job of doing so without the rude RTFM that I find in other … Continue reading

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