The more complex the economy grows and the more global its reach, the more complex the data we have to deal with. The seven new data types built into SQL Server 2008 provide the means for working with more complicated data, simplifying the management of structured, semi-structured, and even unstructured data. Kelly Wilson  discusses these new data types and shows how they can be used.

Be sure to check out the rest of our coverage of the new SQL Server 2008 in the April issue of TechNet Magazine.

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