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Keeping your Managed Services under one roof

Making your environment cloud capable is a key step towards modernisation and consolidation. However, many organisations with estates hosted across multiple technologies – for..

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SQL Server 2008 End of Support - One Year On

Since support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 ended in July 2019, many companies are still considering their options to keep their databases supported without paying..

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How Twitter Experienced the 2018 Champions League Final

Applying Azure Sentiment Analysis technology to Tweets from football fans.

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Why should you outsource your SQL Server DBA duties?

Why are businesses outsourcing SQL Server database support? The top 6 perks of outsourcing your SQL Server support.

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6 Things I learned from Microsoft Inspire 2020

Microsoft Inspire 2020 

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Portable Sentiment Analysis with Azure Cognitive Services - Part 2

In the previous blog we talked through a basic 'getting started' process on Azure Cognitive Services.  Now we are going to take the service from Azure and run it somewhere else. ..

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Portable Sentiment Analysis with Azure Cognitive Services

Part 1 In these unprecedented times, how do people keep positive?  I find music is a good way to do so but sometimes even up beat songs have a negative sentiment. We can of course..

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The Premier League meets Power Bi: Part 2

What makes the Premier League? Analysis of the 2018/19 Premier League Season using Power Bi (In case you missed the first installment, you can find parts 1 and 2 here.)

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The Premier League meets Power Bi: Part 1

What makes the Premier League? Analysis of the 2018/19 Premier League Season using Power Bi  

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Microsoft Changes Terms for Public Cloud Licensing

Microsoft are changing their license terms - but what does that mean for you?

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