I personally feel that security is an industry problem and not a specific vendor problem. Questions have been for on how MS products are secure or not. Must admit that the SDL has taken products like SQL Server 2005 a long way and the reports over press are a testimony for itself. I am not posting this to tell competition is bad. But to demystify the security perception in the industry of the SQL Server product in general … Read the news here.
Archive for December, 2006
Inside SQL – Kalen is back December 16th, 2006
Yes, the book from Kalen on the Storage side is out. I have got a copy. Get the info from here.
SQL Server 2005 CE is back December 14th, 2006
IEAK 7.0 December 13th, 2006
Internet Explorer Administration Kit provides administrators with powerful, easy-to-use options designed to save you time and money in deploying and managing Web solutions.
IEAK allows you to:
Establish version control across your organization.
Centrally distribute and manage browser installations.
Configure automatic connection profiles for users’ machines.
Customize virtually any aspect of Internet Explorer, including features, security, communications settings, and other important elements.
SQL Server Best Practices December 12th, 2006
This is a good page to bookmark on SQL Server Best practices. Available on techNet website, this is awesome.
Even the page on my website, get to SQL Server -> Articles Page I have a article on SQL Server 2000 Best practices (Article #19) which has been on the most accessed page for a while now.