SQLAuthority News – Office 2010 Readiness Check – Are you ready for Office 2010?

PowerPivot for Excel is a data analysis tool that delivers unmatched computational power directly within the application users already know and love—Microsoft Excel. Office 2010 is the next version of Office 2010. We all know Office 2010 is on the verge of getting released and the reviews available online say…
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SQLAuthority News – Webcasts – Resources for IT Managers and their Teams

Pinal Dave and Jacob Sebastian are both SQL Server MVP are doing webcasts for IT Managers and their Teams. Join us for a 4 series webcast as follows: Part 1: Infrastructure and Resource Management for Business Intelligence – Jan 7 Part 2: BI on your desktop – End to end…
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SQLAuthority News – TechDays Session at Infosys Mysore 2009 – Change Data Capture and PowerPivot

It has been a great pleasure to visit Infosys Mysore for an MSDN session. I had previously visited Infosys Bangalore for Technical session. Please read the details of earlier visit SQLAuthority News – Notes from TechDays 2009 at Infosys, Bangalore. This event was held on Dec 10, 2009. I have…
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SQLAuthority News – Migrating DTS Packages to Integration Services

Migrating DTS Packages to Integration Services Writer: Brian Knight Published: July 2008 SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) brings a revolutionary concept of enterprise-class ETL to the masses. The engine is robust enough to handle hundreds of millions of rows with ease, but is simple enough to let both developers and…
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SQL SERVER – Differences in Vulnerability between Oracle and SQL Server

In the IT world, but not among experienced DBAs, there has been a long-standing myth that the Oracle database platform is more stable and more secure than SQL Server from Microsoft. This is due to a variety of reasons; but in my opinion, the main ones are listed below: A.…
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