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From the Editor's Desk...

Can You Control Risk for Personal Resources?  -  As the tools continue to evolve that have computing power we are seeing more and more personal devices brought into the business. Are they a security risk? If so, is there anything you can do to mitigate the risk?

Little Data a Thing?  -  Are you seeing a call for little data? It's not a common term, but it's come up more than a few times of late.

Have You Found That the Cloud Brings Discipline?  - a good way. We're constantly tuning and tweaking configurations and applications. We've found that the cloud, done right, modularly, forces a discipline for recovery, scale and so-on. Are you seeing this too in your work?

Linq or For  -  Resharper prompts me to convert all for type loops in C# into Linq statements. Do they have it right?

Best Practices for Virtual Machines  -  When your active directory stops authenticating, and is operating in a virtual machine on a host with many other virtual machines, could the cause come from the loads in one or more of the others?

Some Interesting SQL Server 2014 Elements  -  In-memory! Great new features and performance in this release of SQL Server. It's a major change in options when it comes to processing and data access.

SQL Server 2014 Goodness  -  Have you seen some of the resources available to help get your arms wrapped around the latest release?

Securing Passwords  -  Encrypting a password in your database is not often argued. But should you take further steps beyond encryption?

Keep Plugging Those Holes  -  Recent security holes have been plugged after being exposed for a long time. Fixing these known holes is great. But, how much effort should we be putting in to finding the ones we don't know about?