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SharePoint Platform Options and Compliance in the Financial Industry Part 3

Posted by Inge Rush on Oct 31, 2016 9:05:00 AM

Control Standards

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Topics: Application Development, SharePoint, Microsoft

SharePoint Platform Options and Compliance in the Financial Services Industry Part 2

Posted by Inge Rush on Oct 29, 2016 11:05:00 PM

One piece of the puzzle must be addressed regardless of all other consideration factors. You must comply with the laws applicable to your industry. So, before you make your decision, you need to understand your regulatory environment and the corresponding required IT controls.

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Topics: Application Development, SharePoint, Microsoft

SharePoint Platform Options and Compliance in the Financial Services Industry Part 1

Posted by Inge Rush on Oct 27, 2016 7:05:00 PM

If you and your financial services organization are in the process of making decisions regarding a new SharePoint installation or platform, you must consider many factors, especially if you are planning to use SharePoint for processes and documents that support your customers.

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Topics: Application Development, SharePoint, Microsoft

Is It Time to Renovate or Rebuild?

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Oct 20, 2016 7:45:00 AM

Renovate or rebuild?

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Topics: Application Development, Software Development

Ways to Handle Events on Data Change with AngularJS

Posted by Ali Aljishi on Aug 4, 2016 8:21:00 AM

On Change Event Handling with AngularJs 

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Topics: Application Development, Software Development

Discovering SQL Server-Part 4 (How to Search a Database Server for Locks)

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Aug 6, 2014 8:58:00 AM

As a consultant, I have found it is important to be able to navigate quickly through unfamiliar, large and complicated SQL Server databases.  In the previous posting, we discussed: how to search a database for table row counts.  In this post, we are going to review how to search a database server for locking information.

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Topics: Application Development

Discovering SQL Server-Part 3 (How to Search a Database for Table Row Counts)

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Aug 6, 2014 8:48:00 AM

As a consultant, I have found it is important to be able to navigate quickly through unfamiliar, large and complicated SQL Server databases.  In the previous part of this series, we discussed and provided queries for: How to search a database for a given string or GUID.  In this post, we are going to provide another discovery query to search a database for table row counts.

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Topics: Application Development

Discovering SQL Server-Part 2 (How to Search a Database for a Given String or GUID)

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Aug 6, 2014 8:44:00 AM

As a consultant, I have found it is important to be able to navigate quickly through unfamiliar, large and complicated SQL Server databases.  In part two, we discussed: How to search the definition of SQL stored procedures, stored functions and triggers.  In this part, we are going to provide another discovery query to search an entire database for a given string or GUID.

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Topics: Application Development

Discovering SQL Server-Part 1 (How to Search the Definition of SQL Stored Procedures)

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Aug 6, 2014 8:35:00 AM

As a consultant, I have found it is important to be able to navigate quickly through unfamiliar, large and complicated SQL Server databases. In this posting, we are going to provide another discovery query which allows us to query procedure object definitions.

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Topics: Application Development

Watching LINQ: Lambdas and Anonymous Methods in The Debug Window

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Aug 6, 2014 8:27:00 AM

In working with LINQ, I have found one of my most frustrating problems with lambda expressions or anonymous methods is that they do not work in a debug window.

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Topics: Application Development