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April 21, 2015

Kroll Ontrack survey reveals that nearly 90 percent of SQL restore requests are due to human error

An overwhelming majority (87 percent) of SQL restore events have their roots in human error, adding up to hours of recovery time for SQL database administrators (DBA), this just one of several takeaways from a recent survey of SQL DBAs and developers by Kroll Ontrack. Whether due to accidental deletion, development errors, erroneous overwrites or system crashes, time spent restoring SQL databases is time taken away from addressing critical DBA responsibilities. [more]

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