David Pruden

David
Pruden

David Pruden has a master's degree in applied information technology and more than 10 years of database administration and IT experience. He’s currently a systems analyst for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where he’s responsible for SharePoint development, database administration and design, and systems analysis and support.

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Using SSAS and SSIS to Build an IIS Web Log Cube 3
Find out how to use these SQL Server tools to build a web log cube for tracking statistics and usage levels.
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Free yourself! Follow this five-step process for using Active Directory to implement secure, automated, user-managed Reporting Services subscriptions.
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