Azure SQL or SQL Server: Which one is right for you?

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You know it's time to update your SQL Server, should you consider the cloud? What are the differences in feature availability? Deployment? Architecture? This article has the answers you're looking for, providing both a bird's eye view and delving into the more technical aspects of the two options. At FL Computer Tech, we would love to discuss this important decision with you further to discover which is best for your business needs. Contact us to find out more. #msp #itpro #networkengineer #itprofessional #itprojectmanagement @flcomputertech

What makes Azure SQL different from SQL Server? Learn the technical differences, the reasons behind them, and the potential impact on your business in this article.

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Michael Duff is the CEO for FL Computer Tech. His latest endeavors have incorporated voice technology and Artificial Intelligence for Amazon and Google. When he is not in an office he enjoys world travel while living a Digital Nomad’s lifestyle, always on the lookout for a new Startup opportunity.

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