Know The Procedure to Recover SQL Database From Suspect Mode

Summary: This article intends to educate you the step by step procedure to recover SQL database from suspect mode. Here is a step by step guide to perform this task. In case manual solution won’t work for you then the user can try the SQL recovery software to recover MDF file database items. Continue reading “Know The Procedure to Recover SQL Database From Suspect Mode”

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Prevent Database Corruption In SQL Server – A Comprehensive Guide

How to Prevent Database Corruption In SQL Server: Top 6 Tricks!

When it comes to data management then most of the organizations prefer to work with Microsoft SQL Server. It is a versatile and efficient database management system which makes easy the user to manage tons of data in just a few clicks. Sometimes, due to lack of expertise, users are not able to work SQL Server accurately, which results in corruption in the database. Thus, in this blog, we are going to introduce multiple ways to prevent database corruption in SQL Server. Continue reading “Prevent Database Corruption In SQL Server – A Comprehensive Guide”

What to Do When DBCC CHECKDB Fails – Here is A Complete Guide

“Recently, I ran DBCC CHECKDB command to check the consistency of SQL Database. After running that command, I noticed that the database was not showing online. To fix it, I started SQL Service but it also went in the suspect-mode. I am not able to understand why DBCC CHECKDB  fails. Is there any way to resolve this issue?”

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Strategies for developing an Internet emergency response system

Article by Atdhe Buja
Published on PCWorld.al

Control the flow of information

All events occurring in the security field i.e. vulnerabilities, compromises, crashes, different attacks, or cause-of-action takes the basis and the starting point for the information flow. A process or cycle that defines the entire model, mode of operation and operation of different systems, services and infrastructures. Continue reading “Strategies for developing an Internet emergency response system”

Metadata and Privacy: Limits of Freedom online

Article by Atdhe Buja
Published on PCWorld.al

The data collection boundary (IP, Time, User, Receiver, etc.), preserving the privacy of the citizen and observing the regulations in force are the ethical principles of the democratic system that everyone has to adhere.

Metadata is information created depending on how you use the technology. For example, include the date and time you can call / set as someone or the location from which you managed to access your e-mail.

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