Learn the essentials of working with SQL Server 2016. Find out how to build new databases, tables, and queries; back up and restore SQL Server; and integrate with cloud services like Microsoft Azure.
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Build your technology skills, one tutorial at a time. Every Wednesday, Martin Guidry offers a new tip targeted at busy IT professionals.
Learn how to protect your network, files, and system. Securing Windows 10 covers authentication, authorization, encryption, anti-virus, anti-malware, and network security setup.
Master backup and recovery of SQL Server 2014. Learn how to use Management Studio to back up and restore SQL Server, back up to the cloud, and automate backups.
Learn how to keep Windows 10 in tiptop shape. Windows 10 Administration is designed for IT professionals who want to keep their Windows maintenance skills sharp, and new Windows administrators who want to prepare for a job in IT.
Learn everything you need to know to start building databases with SQL Server.
Learn how to design databases, secure databases, and keep them in tip-top shape, with SQL Server 2012.
Learn how to set up a network at your home or office. Get an introduction to the basics of working with routers, networks, printers, and servers.
Learn how to prepare your IT infrastructure for virtualization, and create and manage virtual machines with Hyper-V and VMware Workstation.
Learn how to design and implement an enterprise data warehouse, with Microsoft SQL Server.
Explore the new possibilities in SQL Server 2012, and protect, unlock, and scale the power of your data.
Investigates several key database-programming concepts and how to combine them to create a high-quality database with Microsoft SQL Server.
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