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10 Key Questions You Should Ask before Formulating a Disaster Recovery Plan for SQL Server

Know the key questions you need to ask while you are working on a Disaster recovery plan. Although it is a given that all organizations making use of SQL Server should also be making use of a disaster recovery plan, there are certain situations that end up putting you in a situation where your disaster recovery plan does not end up being as good as it was expected. What will be your way out in this kind of a situation? What will you do if there is a disaster and you are unable to perform...

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How to Use a Layered Backup Strategy to Protect Your Access Data

In this article explore the concept of a layered backup strategy for protecting MS Access data. We also look at the need for failsafe recovery software as a measure of last resort. Large companies spend a lot of time placing in security and backup processes. However such intricate mechanisms require skilled technical manpower for designing and implementing these processes. Small and medium companies simply do not have the luxury of investing in such process and often end up losing data when...

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2 Means to Batch Import Multiple Plain Text Files as Separate Outlook Notes

Some users hope to batch import multiple Plain Text files into Outlook as separate note items. This post will look at this requirement to expose 2 methods to achieve it. It is very easy to export the Outlook notes as Plain Text files via the simple "Save As" feature. Then, what about importing the Plain Text files as notes? There is not such a native function supporting such "Import". Hence, here we will teach you 2 means to achieve it. Method 1: Copy the Contents of Plain Text Files to...

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