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Project Harar Fundraising

DSP-Explorer's Fundraising Goal DSP-Explorer have embarked on a Corporate Fundraising Partnership with Project Harar.

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6 Things I learned from Microsoft Inspire 2020

Microsoft Inspire 2020 

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Simon Goodenough Oracle Open World 2020 Partner Executive Interview

Simon's DSP-Explorer story, the secrets behind DSP-Explorer's success, and why Oracle is a wise investment. Check out the bitesize video below or click here to see the full video..

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OOW 2020 - London Calling: Think Strategy

One of the great things I’ve found with Oracle OpenWorld both here and in the US is that it can expand your technical horizons. The challenge that we all have is that we are in..

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OOW 2020 - London Calling: Autonomous Session Picks

DSP-Explorer are really looking forward to Oracle OpenWorld London 2020 - last year was a success and I’m hoping that 2020 will build on that.  We're a Platinum sponsor of..

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Oracle Open World 2019 Blog 4: Session Picks - Security

OOW Session Picks: Security At the beginning of September we will be undertaking a PaaS Security Webinar to explain all about the different security products, as well as use cases..

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Oracle Open World 2019 Blog 3: Session Picks – Hands On Labs

OOW Session Picks: Hands On Labs Holla for HOLs! Hearing from the great and good at Open World about the technology is one thing, but having the opportunity to give it a road test..

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Oracle Open World 2019 Blog 2: Session Picks – Autonomous

OOW Session Picks: Autonomous It won’t be a surprise to know that Autonomous Database will be a main part of this year’s OOW.  We’re using Autonomous DB ourselves and have a keen..

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Oracle Open World 2019 Blog 1: Session Picks – Great Speakers

OOW Session Picks: Great Speakers In this series of Oracle Open World blogs we are going to pick out some sessions that are worth attending, either because the tech is..

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SQL Server 2008: End-of-Life Roundtable

On July 9, 2019, support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end. That means the end of regular security updates.

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