Flood, Gary
May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p42
Trade Publication
Computer company Microsoft Corp.'s database offering is a force to be reckoned with and likely to gain popularity in the years to come, considering the dominance of the company's software. Microsoft, with its SQL Server database, is a major player—and, with 17 per cent of the market, it's not to be ignored. There are concerns that there's some debate within Microsoft on where exactly it wants to take SQL Server. However, there's no question that Microsoft needs to scramble all its jets to fight off the security glitches that seem to be far too liberally peppered over its products at the moment.


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