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It’s not uncommon to experience the occasional slowdown of a database running the Microsoft SQL Server database software. The reasons can range from a poorly designed database to a system that is improperly configured for the workload. As an administrator, you want to proactively prevent or minimize problems; if ...
Hello everyone! Well our presentation last night went very well. Glenn actually came out of the meeting with a new iPod Touch so now he's joined the Dark Side with a few of us others in the office that have iPhone/iPod Touch. I've uploaded our presentation to ...
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