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10 common database security issues

May 14, 2018
DataBase Security Issues

Databases are very attractive targets for hackers because they contain valuable and sensitive information. This can range from financial or intellectual property to corporate data and personal user data. Cyber criminals can profit by breaching the servers of companies and damaging the databases in the process. Thus, database security testing is a must. There are numerous incidents where hackers have targeted companies dealing with personal …

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How To Achieve Fast And Responsive Big Data Storages Without Investing An Entire Fortune

July 13, 2016

Being a competition between leading IT services companies, Big Data market promises to grow only bigger. It should make choosing Big Data storage for your company easy, right? Wrong. When it comes to choosing fast and responsive, yet low-cost storage, typically “pick any two” principle still applies. Is it possible to achieve both high performance and flexibility without going overboard cost-wise? It is, and here …

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Where to Store Web App Business Logic?

July 8, 2015
Business

There are several organizations who practice a peculiar activity. Those businesses develop web apps where all the business logic is stored in database procedures. This practice, while fully operational in theory tends to be of negotiable value in practice. Here’s an example: HTML that is used for view as controllers thus client requests are diverted to appropriate databases. This choice may seem quite acceptable when …

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Most Common Database Security Problems

October 7, 2014

Databases are the key targets of the cyberspace hackers because they contain valuable and sensitive information. Such information can range from financial or intellectual property details to corporate data. Cyber criminals can profit considerably by breaching the servers of an online business and damaging the databases in the process. Thus, securing a database is a necessity. Internet has proved to be a boon for the …

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How to Segment Your Email Database in 5 Steps

April 10, 2014

Email marketing gives you an opportunity to speak one-to-one with your audience which is a unique facility. To really customize your message and get the largest ROI, the building and maintaining of sophisticated intelligence on your customers is needed. If your intention is to convert the email readers to your paying customers, the first essential thing for you is database segmentation. Segmentation is dividing the …

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How to Avoid Database Design Errors

June 15, 2012

There is definitely a necessity for a well-designed database for individuals as well as for small businesses. Although, even a professional designer can’t fully prevent occurring of database design and style errors together with unexpected anomalies. An inexperienced individual, designing a database, sooner or later will inevitably face some errors. A good preparation with a clear plan is a must. You define precisely what most …

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Oracle releases mobile application framework

May 28, 2011

  For recent time Oracle has presented its Application Development Frameworks in such a way to speed up development and adoption of apps that are based on the company’s middleware and databases. The Oracle company announced its first chief release of the Oracle Application Development Framework Mobile client. The framework provides developers with a data and hardware abstraction layer on which create software for Windows …

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