How can a data-focused company help with Windows XP migrations? You might be surprised how important getting a handle on specific pieces of data can save costs and accelerate the move from an old operating system to a newer one....More
Truly, I think it's up to IT to go home for the holidays, review the computing infrastructure of family and friends, and educate them on why sticking with an older computer and operating system could, potentially, hurt us all....More
Right before the Thanksgiving break, Microsoft confirmed a flaw in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that could result in an elevation of privilege. New information has come to light on the issue....More
1E, a company known for expertise in in efficient solutions for enterprises, has released an 18 page eBook that walks through the problems of delaying the Windows XP migration and offers solutions....More
Microsoft has released advanced notification for the November 2013 security updates that are scheduled to be released on November 12, 2013. Unfortunately, the recently reported zero-day flaw affecting multiple products will not see a fix included in next Tuesday's bundle....More
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Some say performance tuning SQL Server is an art; others say it’s a science. It’s a bit of both of those, but also more. Many factors determine how well (or poor) SQL Server will perform, and it starts well before any application database is installed into an instance.