First it was the large companies investing in business intelligence software, spending millions of dollars on big data warehouses, and now even small and medium-sized businesses have realised that understanding their data is the key to gaining a competitive advantage.
I tend to work on big IT infrastructure projects which by their nature means I interview many people both internal to the organisation and externally.
The launch of SQL Server 2014 has brought significant enhancements to the #1 most-used database system in the world.
As the IT Pro in your business you are, at some point, going to get asked this question or a variation on it. And it’s a perfectly valid question as the cloud is not always going to be the right choice for a business and in some cases it’s the completely wrong choice.
A lesson many organizations have learned is that when new demands arise, changes to existing systems have to follow. As big data continues to create vast new opportunities, businesses are finding that their current technology needs to be updated to keep up with these ever-changing demands.
There is a paradigm mindshift in the world of data. Businesses are starting to understand the value in their data. Suddenly, data has become accessible and almost ‘cool’. Readers may be familiar with sabermetrics, which is the empirical analysis of baseball using statistics.
If you are at all interested in Enterprise Mobility then Wednesday 12th November at Excel in London is the place to be. This FREE event has lots going for it. Enterprise mobility is not all that is on offer. The morning is dedicated to some big-hitting
Tailspin Toys is a fictional medium enterprise. It has outsourced its IT function, completed a Windows 7 migration, virtualised its server estate and migrated to Exchange 2010. Does any of this sound familiar? What would the cloud offer?
In this article, we will show you how to: Add a Dell EqualLogic PS Series Array (SAN) to System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 as a SMP Provider.
Businesses have been investing in business intelligence software for a long time now. First it was the large companies, spending millions of dollars on big data warehouses, and now even small and medium-sized businesses have realised that understanding their data is the key to gaining a competitive advantage.
For many TechEd attendees (many more than you might expect) this is the first time. The overwhelming list of sessions can be a nightmare to consider, and hard to come up with a good plan.
Meet Amy Nicholson who has recently joined Microsoft as a graduate on our MACH Scheme (Microsoft Academy for College Hires) as a Technical Evangelist.
Brad and I talk about the last month in enterprise mobility in the second episode of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson. If you don’t know Brad is CVP Enterprise Mobility and Client Management at Microsoft and he’s tasked with delivering Microsoft Enterprise Mobility vision through the solutions his team develops.