Blake Eno


Blake Eno is a former product editor for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro.

New Products - 22 Aug 2007
SQL Server–related new and improved products include ESF Database Convert 5.6 and Tableau 3.0.
New Products - 21 Jun 2007
Check out new and improved SQL Server–related products.
New Products - 19 Apr 2007
Check out new and improved SQL Server–related products.
New Products - 22 Mar 2007

Backup and Restore for Shared SQL Server Hosting
myLittleTools announced myLittleBackup for SQL Server 2000 and 2005, a backup and restore Web application for shared SQL Server hosting. myLittleBackup lets users upload a backup file from their own server and restore (install) it on the shared SQL server. After the restore, myLittleBackup automatically checks user mappings and other options.

New Products - 23 Feb 2007
Check out new and improved SQL Server-related products.
Database Backup and Recovery
If you're currently seeking out a database backup and recovery solution for the first time, or simply want to make a change to your current solution, take a gander at the list of solutions in this buyer's guide.
The Year of Green Storage - 14 Feb 2007
Companies need to more efficiently use their storage if they plan to continue operating successfully in the future. This means that companies will need to have flexible storage platforms and consolidate multiple storage platforms.
Prepare Your Systems for Upcoming Daylight Savings Time Changes 2
With Daylight Savings Time taking place three weeks earlier (second Sunday in March), it's important to prepare your systems for the change.
New Products - 24 Jan 2007
Check out new and improved SQL Server-related products.
New Products - 18 Dec 2006 1
Check out new and improved SQL Server-related products.
New Products - 20 Nov 2006
Check out new and improved SQL Server-related products.
Visualize What's Happening Within Your Database and SQL Code
Killer Bite Software announced SQL Visualizer, a Windows client-based database query and management tool that helps developers create and maintain SQL Server code.
New Products - 26 Oct 2006

Communicate and Resolve Application Problems

SQL Server Express UPDATE--October 16, 2006: The Losers in the Race to Vista
Backward compatibility is a key function that most users want and expect in today's upgrade products. Is Microsoft listening to its users? Find out what you should expect in terms of backward compatibility if a Vista upgrade is on your 2007 agenda.
Get Up to Speed With New SQL Books
If you're a SQL professional, you won't want to miss three new books that Addison-Wesley Professional recently released.

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Nov 3, 2015

Climb the Steps Toward Data Quality Success

Melissa Data's Data Quality Analyst Joseph Vertido explains how Gartner defines the critical data quality steps to prevent bad data from entering your systems in the first place, and then keep it clean over time....More
Sep 29, 2015

Data Breaches and Insider Threats

I’ll sound a bit like Captain Obvious for bringing this up, but it’s important to remember that security encompasses a lot more than protecting sensitive data from the specter of outsider threats like hackers. Properly implemented security policies also account for threat-models that include insiders – or people within your organization....More
Sep 15, 2015

Setting Up Additional Checks to Ensure Regular Transaction Log Backups 1

There’s simply no way to overstate the importance of regular Transaction Log Backups. Not only do they help protect from disaster, but regular execution of T-Log backups on Full (and Bulk-Logged) Recovery databases helps keep thing “fit and trim”. Most of the time, setting up a Notification for when T-Log Backup Jobs fail is enough to let you know when something goes wrong....More
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