Category Archives: data availability

FaunaDB: A multi-model, distributed database system with ACID consistency

Although relational, SQL database systems continue to dominate the DBMS market, modern database management has shifted to encompass additional types of database systems. This is exemplified in the rise of the NoSQL database system to serve the needs of modern … Continue reading

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Ten Steps to Minimize Data Risk During an Acquisition

Merger and acquisition activity continues to be a constant in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world… and those of us who work in the field of IT and data management are likely to be involved in an acquisition, perhaps multiple times during … Continue reading

Posted in auditing, backup & recovery, compliance, data, data availability | 1 Comment

My Current Reading List

This blog entry reviews some nice, new technology books that are worth checking out. Continue reading

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