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  • Blog Post: More info about Microsoft and the Government's G-Cloud Framework

    CloudStore | Office 365 | Windows Azure | Dynamics CRM Online | Microsoft Consulting Services Microsoft is starting to get lots of enquiries about our cloud services on the G-Cloud CloudStore, and so are our cloud SME partners too! As you may have heard Microsoft has been successfully appointed...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing - Why Cloud?

    Over the coming weeks, we have invited our colleague and cloud expert Nick Umney from Microsoft's UK National Technology Office, to post a series of blogs on all things cloud. These weekly blog posts will also touch upon the following topics as the series continues: delivering IT as a service ...
  • Blog Post: Operational Efficiency – SQLBits X: Technical Launch Event for SQL Server 2012

    SQLBits is the UK SQL Server technical community and their 10th conference (SQLBits X) will take place in London from March 29-31, 2012. SQLBits X will also be the main technical launch conference for SQL Server 2012 in the UK. Over nine previous conferences since 2007, SQLBits has gained a reputation...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing – Free Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit

    ‘Heterogeneous’ is one of those over-used IT buzzwords that, stated more simply, recognises that most real-world IT environments are a combination of different applications, systems and devices from a multiplicity of vendors. Understanding the complexities of any heterogeneous IT environment...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing – Free learning resources from Microsoft Virtual Academy

    Last week, I brought to your attention a free white paper on Cloud learning – What IT Professionals Need to Know . Now, I would like to point you towards a selection of free education resources on cloud computing available from the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA). The Microsoft Virtual Academy...
  • Blog Post: Operational Efficiency – Microsoft Tech Days Online – October 27th

    As both time and travel budgets are tight for everyone, I thought you would be interested in this programme of Microsoft Tech Days Online that we are running on Thursday October 27th. There are three tracks available on the following topics in the morning of October 27th (09:00-12:00): Collaborate...
  • Blog Post: Data Management – 9th SQLBits Conference in Liverpool in September

    SQLBits is a very active user community for users of Microsoft SQL Server . It is an independent organisation that aims to assist all SQL Servers users to get the most out of their investment in SQL Server as a data management and business intelligence platform. The 9th SQLBits user conference is now...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing – Transport for London manages 2.3 million website hits a day with Windows Azure

    Transport for London (TfL), the integrated transport organisation responsible for the United Kingdom’s capital city, wanted to give its customers more real-time data about journey options. By encouraging developers to use TfL data to create new applications for commuters, the transport operator...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing – Private cloud with Windows Azure Appliance

    Government IT departments are undergoing many transformative changes today, including initiatives to better serve citizens and employees with more open, participatory systems. For instance, the www.data.gov.uk website is making an ever-increasing volume of data available for all to view and analyse....
  • Blog Post: Business Intelligence – 7th SQLBits Conference at University of York in September

    SQLBits is a very active user community for users of Microsoft SQL Server . It is an independent organisation that aims to assist all SQL Servers users to get the most out of their investment in SQL Server as a data management and business intelligence platform. The 7th SQLBits user conference is now...
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