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    Nov 11, 2014
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    AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 14: Establishing Synchronization Checks

    When compared to AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances or clustered deployments of SQL Server, one of the main problems with AlwaysOn AGs is that a single database is made to straddle multiple hosts....More
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    Sep 5, 2014
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    AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 4: Synchronizing Server-Level Details 1

    When setting up HA or HA+DR solutions with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups, it's critical to remember that the basic unit of failover in these scenarios is the availability group (or the group of user-defined databases)....More
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    Aug 28, 2014
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    AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 2: Putting AlwaysOn into Context 1

    Despite similar intentions and high-level goals, the ways in which AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances and AlwaysOn Availability Groups tackle high availability and disaster recovery are quite different....More

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May 12, 2016
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The 7 C's of Data Quality

Data quality is really important. Why? Because it helps you save money while increasing profits because of accurate contact data. It’s important to understand what data quality is and why it is important....More
Apr 21, 2016
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Turning Global Addresses into your Biggest Asset

Sponsored Blog Are you dealing with national and international records? The more expansive your records are in territory, the more problems you will face when it comes to verifying addresses. Not only are you dealing with language differences, but you are also dealing with different address formatting for different countries....More
Mar 14, 2016
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Building Your Business with Quality Data

Your contact data is valuable, but is it up to its full potential? Without the proper maintenance, the quality of your data quickly decreases--so quickly that 50% of databases deteriorate after only two years. It is an absolute necessity to maintain your data in order to decrease costs and increase profits....More
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