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    For most companies, SQL Server's security auditing tools aren't always enough to meet regulation requirements. The answer is third-party products.

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  • Microsoft slashes Azure SQL database-as-a-service prices by half

    Microsoft will reduce the prices of its Azure SQL Database – a relational database as a service – from November onwards

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    Microsoft is working on yet another computing transformation, and Azure SQL products are central thereto. But the company faces stiff competition from Amazon.

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    An expert offers an example of how to institute row-level security, a preview feature introduced recently by Microsoft for Azure SQL databases.

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  • Microsoft SSIS (SQL Server Integration Services)

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    SQL Server 2014 is relational database management system (RDBMS) designed for the enterprise environment.

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