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Speed, connectivity, and encryption are just three of the issues to consider when testing your IoT apps with PaaS. Get the complete list, as well as testing tips.
Spatial queries, such as range search and nearest neighbor retrieval, involve only conditions on objects geometric properties. A spatial database manages multidimensional objects (...
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Skyline is used in a distributed database, because the database will not be in one system. It will be stored in multiple systems reside at different locations, if it is connected u...
Krishan Sharma details the most critical pieces of advice for any organisation thinking about making a transition to the cloud.
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You don't need a complex set of expressions or even VBA to sort Access date values by specific components, such as month or year. Use DatePart() and sort on its results.
Office challenge: How can you apply formatting to an entire row, based on the contents of a single cell?
Test your skills against this Excel formatting challenge and learn the answer to last week's Access query challenge.
This paper proposes a probabilistic technique that enables a node to estimate the number of its neighbors that fulfill certain criteria. The technique does not require any a priori...
MAPILab Reports for Exchange Server provides an easy way to get network data. Scott Lowe shares his first impressions of this tool.