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IT Today: When to Consider Alternatives to Relational Databases

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Tom's IT ProTom's IT ProIs Oracle’s Non-Relational Database Right for Your Project?, Microsoft Launches Cloud Deployment Partner Program, CenturyLink Launches savvisdirect Cloud Service Suite, Dell Building KEMP's New Load Balancing and ADC Platform, and more.

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James Alan MillerJames Alan MillerJames Alan Miller is Managing Editor of Tom's IT Pro. He is a veteran technology journalist with over seventeen years of experience creating and developing magazine and online content. Founding editor of numerous business and enterprise computing sites at the internet.com network, James headed up the After Hours section at PC Magazine, as well as hardware and software sections of various Windows publications.

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