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Do you know what the main drivers are behind the outstanding performance of Microsoft SQL Server 2014?

It comes down to two things–an increase in server processing power and the price of RAM.

facebook-server-article-300x200It’s 1996 and Mission:Impossible has just arrived on the cinema screens. RAM is $10 per megabyte and falling. Against this backdrop, Microsoft has quietly commenced its own seemingly impossible mission, a complete re-write of a little known database which will be released two years into the future, and will be known as SQL Server 7.

Source: www.theregister.co.uk
By: Jon Reade and Rachel Horder

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Technology Thursdays: Online Security

Presented by: Arterian & The Seattle Chamber of Commerce

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Online Security for Small & Medium Businesses

As more and more business documents are sent and stored via the web, it has never been more important to keep up to date on the most recent security methods to keep your information safe and protected. Learn what you need to know to about threat prevention, online risks and safe data storage for yourself and your employees.


Date: Thursday, Aug 15, 2013
Time: Noon – 1:30 p.m. (lunch included)
Location: Chamber’s office (in the Microsoft Events Center)
1301 5th Ave., Ste. 1500, Seattle 98101


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Arterian Ranks Number 29 on the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies List

Released by Puget Sound Business Journal 2012
Companies Honored and Rankings Announced

2012-100FG-logoSEATTLE, WA – Oct. 12, 2012 – Puget Sound Business Journal announced that Arterian anked number 29 on the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies list at an awards event at Meydenbauer Center on Oct. 11. The event, which drew nearly 500 people, announced and honored all 100 companies on the list and revealed each company’s ranking. The 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies are listed, with select companies profiled, in a special publication of the Business Journal on Oct. 12.

The Fastest-Growing Private Companies program was launched 17 years ago by the Puget Sound Business Journal to identify and recognize companies speeding to the top of their industries. To be eligible, companies must: be privately held and headquartered in Washington; have at least $500,000 in net revenue in 2009; show an overall growth from 2009 to 2011 calendar years; and agree to submit their net operating revenues with Puget Sound Business Journal.

“The companies that make this list are, by definition, among the most dynamic in our region,” said Business Journal Publisher Gordon Prouty. “Especially this year, making membership on this elite list is all the more impressive, and these companies are showing all of us what qualities it takes to grow in challenging times.”

The 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies program is presented by the Puget Sound Business Journal and sponsored by CliftonLarsonAllen; Wells Fargo; Comcast Business Class; Regence; Robert Half; Sound Mental Health; and Stoel Rives.

About Arterian

jwcstwo_logo_02Arterian is the culmination of over 16 years of professional and managed services experience for clients in the greater Seattle area. We are proud of our history and even more excited for the opportunity to pursue our goal to be Seattle’s premier IT services company.

Puget Sound Business Journal is the region’s premier source of business information, serving an unparalleled audience of business and community leaders. In addition to the weekly newspaper, the Business Journal provides daily updates via its web site and email alerts. The company also plays a vital role in bringing the area’s leadership community together by hosting a wide variety of events throughout the year, from the Women of Influence awards event to the Washington’s Best Workplaces event at Safeco Field. Puget Sound Business Journal is a unit of American City Business Journals, which operates 40 local business newspapers throughout the United States. Visit Puget Sound Business Journal on the web at www.pugetsoundbusinessjournal.com, www.facebook.com/pugetsoundbusinessjournal, www.twitter.com/psbj.