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  • Blog Post: Protecting Data

    I need to ensure that my database is secure Before joining Microsoft I worked for a large distribution company, we created a high level data model for the organisation – identifying our key information, where it was held and in what technology. The interesting thing in this exercise was that the key...
  • Blog Post: Green IT: Virtualisation

    Virtualisation technologies enable you to cut costs and save energy.   Microsoft has just launched a fantastic new site that helps you understand the benefits of virtualising your  IT infrastructure. Here you can read case studies pick up resources and link to communities .  ...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk RFID – Connecting the Edge to Enterprise – 29th October 2008

    Overview With the increasing deployment of RFID across a variety of business domains, from traditional supply-chain scenarios through to tracking of any critical assets within a business such as specialist equipment within a health-care environment, criminal justice even through to critical document...
  • Blog Post: iSUG Cool Stuff

        Richard Lane and I attended the iSoft User Group conference (iSUG) last week where we did a total of 10 sessions across two days.  One of the highlights (for us at least) was a session entitled 'Cool Stuff'  where we had a chance to share some of the new and exciting technologies...
  • Blog Post: Unified Communication in Healthcare

    This week I'm travelling to Cumbria in the north of England to discuss the issues they face collaborating and communicating across one of the most geographically challenging areas of the country.  Like most NHS trusts consultants and staff spend lots of time travelling between the different locations...
  • Blog Post: From Cure to Care (and walking the Dales)

      I’ve just returned from a fantastic weekend of walking in the Yorkshire Dales at the annual Boots and Beer Festival . This is the third year we have attended and the event keeps getting better with over 540 walkers (and presumably drinkers) participating and enjoying great walks and stunning...
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