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It’s All About Relations!

The new ISO 39075 Graph Query Language Standard is to hit the data streets in late 2023 (?). Then what? If graph databases are standardized pretty soon, what will happen to SQL? They will very likely stay around for a long time. Not simply because legacy SQL has a tremendous inertia, but because relational database paradigms […]

NoSQL Databases: Advantages and Disadvantages

NoSQL databases (aka non-relational databases) come with both advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, they are more scalable than traditional relational databases and can store a variety of formats. Additionally, they are easy to use, and their flexibility can speed up development, especially in a cloud computing environment. NoSQL databases were developed as a […]

A SQL Server Solution That Developers Should Know

Microsoft SQL Server is a critical database server for software developers, helping to store and retrieve data that other software applications request. That’s why SQL Server developers are in such high demand – and command average salaries close to six figures. Yet while SQL Server remains a go-to relational database management system, it has some significant […]

OSINT Basics for Safety and Profit

The internet is the world’s largest information database. Inside the giant mountain of data it contains, there are insights and tools to inform just about any issue your organization might be having. The problem is, when confronted with the issues, you can’t simply brandish the whole mountain in defense. To carve out the correct tools, […]

7 Key Features of Data Management Systems

Data Management is the practice of gathering, organizing, securing, and storing data for an organization so it can be analyzed for business decisions. Data Management helps minimize potential errors by setting processes and policies around its usage and building confidence in the data used for decision-making throughout the company. Businesses implement Data Management systems to ensure that data […]

Managing Customer Preferences Using Graph Databases

Managing customer preferences is one of the many aspects of managing customer journeys. Customers interact with organizations across a myriad of digital channels, and being mindful of preferences can increase the trust associated with customers. Read on for how graph databases can help manage these customer preferences. Data privacy and protection policies across geographies make it […]

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