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Welcome to Datavail’s Blog, where you can read the latest insights, tips and opinions of our experts on all things data and technology.

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Is it Really That Critical to Patch? Oracle CPU Patching

A recent survey of Oracle DBAs indicated that only one-third of DBAs have ever applied a CPU or PSU patch. Find out why you should be prioritizing patches in our latest blog post.

Cindy Putnam | April 18, 2019

Tech Tip: How to Fix the SYSAUX Tablespace Size Issue in Oracle 11g

This post will discuss a major problem that one Datavail client encountered with the size of the SYSAUX tablespace in Oracle 11g, and how Datavail’s team helped them resolve it.

Steve Thompson | April 17, 2019

How to Plug Your Mainframe Skills Gap

Older employees with mainframe skills are nearing retirement age. There’s a shortage of younger workers with this knowledge. Plan a strategy to close the gap.

Scott Konash | April 16, 2019

Are You Confused About Oracle Database Extended Support Deadlines? Here’s What You Need to Know

What’s in-support and out-of-support for Oracle Database is a bit confusing right now.

Steve Thompson | April 11, 2019

Why Mainframe Computing is Here to Stay (And What You Can Do About It)

While the mainframe may have a shrinking user base in this era of the cloud, companies still on the mainframe are likely to remain there into the foreseeable future.

Scott Konash | April 4, 2019

What Can Dynamics 365 for Marketing Do for You?

Have you outgrown your standalone CRM system? Would you like to find a marketing automation system that can integrate into your Dynamics 365 installation? We’ve got answers for you.

Cate Parry | April 3, 2019

SQL Server 2008: Outside Expertise Can Help Your End-of-Support Migration

Like a band hiring studio musicians, a company planning to migrate from SQL Server 2008 before support ends on July 19 can benefit from skilled assistance.

Mehul Joshi | April 2, 2019

Removing Advanced Compression from Large Tables with DBMS_REDEFINITION

One of our customers found there were some tables using advanced compression features, but did not have a license, and the tables were too large to be moved.

Steve Thompson | March 28, 2019

Designed for the Cloud: SharePoint Server 2019

SharePoint Server 2019 is the first generation of SharePoint built for the cloud. It’s just getting better and better with each iteration, let’s take a look.

Mo Anwar | March 27, 2019
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