New Issue of SysAdmin Magazine: Rules of SQL Server Security

Every company should consider its overall security a priority, but if the security of data is not on the top of the list, any attack or employee’s negligence can become fatal. SQL Server stores all kinds of data: from customer information to credit card numbers to business critical information. If this data is not properly … Continued

4 Tips for Maintaining SOX Compliance in 2015

If you run a public business in the United States, you are required to comply with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). This piece of legislation was implemented to improve the accuracy of corporate disclosures and protect shareholders and the general public from the security threats of accounting errors and fraudulent activity in enterprise businesses.  While SOX … Continued

Keeping Track of Compliance Regulations to Avoid Disasters

Imagine a world where all IT systems run just as they were once configured, and nothing bad happens to them – or nothing at all, for that matter. There is nobody who comes into your office demanding all kinds of reports to be pulled out immediately with all the changes in all the systems ready … Continued