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SearchAWS

By Chris Moyer Evaluate Aug 31, 2016

DynamoDB Streams keep database tables in sync

Developers who want to deploy localized apps in different regions should know about database synchronization challenges. DynamoDB Streams and Lambda can ensure tables are updated. Continue Reading

SearchMobileComputing

By Eddie Lockhart Manage May 16, 2016

SearchSQLServer

By Basit Farooq Evaluate Sep 21, 2015

Comparing memory-optimized tables and disk-based tables

In all tests performed by expert Basit Farooq, memory-optimized tables outperformed disk-based tables by running faster and generating less disk I/O. Continue Reading

SearchSQLServer

By Ashish Kumar Mehta Manage Jun 15, 2016

How do the T-SQL commands TRUNCATE TABLE and DELETE differ?

TRUNCATE TABLE and DELETE are T-SQL statements with similar functions, but that doesn't make them interchangeable. They operate differently and use different amounts of SQL Server resources. Continue Reading

SearchCRM

By Steve Signoff Manage Apr 29, 2016

Mobile, social CRM table stakes for customer engagement strategy

Mobile and social CRM have reshaped the customer experience, creating two-way conversations and multichannel endeavors. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Adrian Bridgwater News Jul 22, 2015

A DevOps periodic table of elements

A DevOps periodic table of elements, surely this can't be anything more than another case of DevOps-washing Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

By Alex Scroxton Apr 17, 2015

Ofcom: Openreach future is on the table

Ofcom chief executive Sharon White says she will consider the future of Openreach as a BT business in a major review of the telco industry Continue Reading

SearchCloudComputing

By Trevor Jones News Aug 06, 2015

Cloud encryption key management becomes table stakes

Encryption key management has become table stakes for cloud vendors, but bringing your own key isn't always the right move. Continue Reading

SearchCIO

By Francesca Sales News Dec 04, 2015

Gilbane Conference: HBR's IT team uses Agile and wins a seat at the table

At the Gilbane Conference, Harvard Business Review shared how its IT team became a partner to the business. Also in SearchLight: Yahoo's board might sell core business; NSA shuts down surveillance. Continue Reading

SearchSecurity

By David Strom Get Started May 11, 2015

The moving target defense: Turning the tables on polymorphic malware

Security startups are using the techniques of polymorphic malware to better protect enterprises. Expert David Strom explores the moving target defense. Continue Reading