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With the new release of SQL 2016 coming closer by Sammy Deprez will be bringing a session on some of the new security features that will be implemented.Always Encrypted – protecting your data all theRow Level Security – let users only see...
posted on 11/05/2016 12:13
Are you a SQL Server DBA or developer and you have encountered performance related problems with SQL Server?Yesterday our SQL Server was running very smoothly, but today’s performance is very bad and you have no idea what the problem is nor how...
posted on 09/03/2016 20:05
On March 24th, the one and only Paul Randal will be bring us a realtime video session on how to troubleshoot performance using wait statistics.One of the first things you should check when investigating performance issues are wait statistics - a...
posted on 12/02/2016 12:40
Join Frederik Bogaerts and Stijn Wynants at Cronos for a talk about Clustered Columnstore Indexes and In-Memory OLTP in SQL Server 2016.  Fun guaranteed because they will be combining both technologies and even demo it for you!About the speakers...
posted on 12/02/2016 09:53
Microsoft states that Power BI is “a cloud-based business analytics service that enables anyone to visualize and analyze data with greater speed, efficiency, and understanding”Does this mean Power BI Desktop can also be used for more than...
posted on 11/11/2015 13:08

What's Going on in the community?

This post is mostly a thought experiment The thought was something along the lines of: I have a table I want to keep temporal history of. I don’t plan on keeping a lot of data in that table, but the … Continue reading → Register now...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (24/05/2016 15:15)
  You’re a data professional working with (or at least applying to work with) a company using the StackOverflow database (I’m using the March 2016 version today). Your users are complaining that this stored procedure is slow: They di...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (23/05/2016 13:45)
This week, Brent, Angie, Erik, Jessica, and Richie discuss sp_Blitz® updates, merge replication, detecting index fragmentation, how to punish your DBAs, and Brent’s new chroma key backdrop. Here’s the video on YouTube: You can register to atten...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (21/05/2016 17:48)
Reviewed by: Alejandro Saenz, Jos de Bruijn; Joe Sack, Mike Weiner,Kun Cheng, Raghavendra TK A durable memory-optimized table (created as SCHEMA_AND_DATA) will have it’s transactions recorded into the transaction log so that on failure, recovery is p...
Source: SQL Server Customer Advisory Team (20/05/2016 20:07)
Let’s just get one thing out of the way first. Yes, I understand that you, dear reader, probably hate maintenance plans. You associate them with everything dumb that you did early on in your career, like setting up a single … Continue rea...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (20/05/2016 14:15)
The instant you encounter corruption in a production SQL Server database, here’s what to do: 1. Query the msdb.dbo.suspect_pages table. This system table tracks up to the last 1,000 corrupt pages detected. This will give you a quick idea of ...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (19/05/2016 15:15)
You can do a lot with Extended Events I’m really looking forward to the stuff in 2016 becoming mainstream in 2020 or so. Raise your hand if you’re using SQL Server 2014 in production. Raise your hand if your vendor … Continue readin...
Source: Brent Ozar Unlimited (18/05/2016 14:55)
Hi Folks, My series of articles for SQL Server Magazine continues. Last time, I continued a short series about a large database that needed to go on a diet. Last time, I look at the internals of row and page compression, to see what happens when the...
Source: Greg Low (18/05/2016 03:16)
Hi Folks, My series of articles for SQL Server Magazine continues. Last time, I continued a short series about a large database that needed to go on a diet. Last time, I look at the internals of row and page compression, to see what happens when the...
Source: Greg Low (18/05/2016 03:16)
Hi Folks, My series of articles for SQL Server Magazine continues. Last time, I continued a short series about a large database that needed to go on a diet. Last time, I look at the internals of row and page compression, to see what happens when the...
Source: Greg Low (18/05/2016 03:16)

And on a different note

Another busy month, with enhancements to Office on devices, accessibility improvements, new Office 365 training, new deployment opportunities, security and compliance improvements and a new OneNote Class Notebook API. See what else is new. The post W...
Source: Office 365 technology (01/03/2017 18:00)
Today’s Office 2016 release for Office 365 introduced a new model for managing and deploying regular updates. Here’s what admins for small to midsized businesses need to know now that Office 2016 has been released. The post Small and midsized busines...
Source: Office 365 technology (22/09/2016 23:00)
In the first installment of this blog series we looked at the various options at your disposal to store your app’s local data. In this post we will be looking at how that local data can be shared, both between apps and users. When an app is installed...
Source: Windows App Builder Blog (24/05/2016 23:00)
The new updates to the OneNote Class Notebook API allow for top requested scenarios such as Teacher Only section groups, Collaboration Space lockdown, permissioned groups within the Collaboration Space and Content distribution APIs. We’ve also added ...
Source: Outlook Blog (24/05/2016 19:25)
After a certain amount of idle time, Windows 10 devices may dim the display, activate the lock screen, or power down the display in order to conserve power. The amount of idle time required before this occurs depends on a device’s user settings...
Source: Windows App Builder Blog (24/05/2016 19:00)
Learn more about the Panama Papers leak and why email encryption and other security measures are vital to your business. The post 3 things businesses can learn about email security from the Panama Papers hack appeared first on Office Blogs.
Source: Outlook Blog (24/05/2016 18:00)
Next week, I look forward to joining over 100,000 industry partners from over 29 countries at COMPUTEX 2016 in Taipei. The partner ecosystem is critical to our success and we continue to work hard with our hardware partners to create opportunities, d...
Source: Windows Experience Blog (23/05/2016 23:36)
In the previous article, we introduced the idea of recognizing speech inside of a Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app and took a look at the SpeechRecognizer class and some of what it can do to enable speech recognition in our apps. In th...
Source: Windows App Builder Blog (23/05/2016 23:00)
Sometimes you need to publish apps to a limited audience. To do so, you should select the option to hide your app when you distribute it. Hidden apps will not show up in store searches and cannot be browsed. If tight control over who can download the...
Source: Windows App Builder Blog (23/05/2016 21:00)
Windows is proud to once again sponsor the latest VisionMobile Developer Economics survey , and want to ask our readers to spend 15 minutes on it. This is VisionMobile’s 11th developer survey and examines developer tool usage trends across the indust...
Source: Windows App Builder Blog (23/05/2016 19:15)
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