Database Best Practices Part 2

This is the second installment of my three-part series on database best practices. A best practice is a technique or method that has been proven more effective than others. Best practices are useful in almost every industry. However, it is important to remember that they exist by consensus and are often hotly debated. In this series I share several of the commonly accepted best practices regarding database design and maintenance. Database Best Practices Series – First Installment Note:...

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Database Best Practices Part 1

As with most fields, the business of database creation and maintenance has developed a number of best practices. A best practice is a method or technique that consistently obtains results superior to its alternatives.  Best practices can be applied to almost every industry and professional discipline. Their ubiquity, however, does not mean that each one is universally applicable or even universally accepted. The fields that best practices are meant to standardize are incredibly complex. Each...

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Do you need to Repair or Recover Word?

When things go wrong with MSWord, knowing what is needed to fix it fast is more than about convenience, it’s also about preventing the cost to your budget for being down. If there is a risk that the documents you have created are lost, replacing and regenerating them could break the project. It is important that you use the right tool right away before time and money are lost. There is a difference between using a recovery or repair program to restore Word functioning. Understanding which you...

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