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30

Aug

The last post for SQL 2008 and SQL 2008 R2

With the relentless march of time comes the relentless march of technology. Time is ticking for our old and faithful friends; Microsoft SQL 2008 (b. August 6, 2008) and her younger brother Microsoft SQL 2008 R2 (b. July 20, 2010). Microsoft have announced end-of-support for these two fine soldiers on July 9, 2019 . ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  30 August 2018

Azure, Microsoft Azure, MS SQL, SQL Database


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05

Mar

Microsoft BI right at home in Gartner's North-East

In Gartner City the coveted land is in the North-East where the parks and cafes are frequented by those with a vision for the future and the proven ability to achieve it. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  05 March 2018

Business Intelligence, Data Insight, Data Intelligence, Data Analytics


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22

Jun

A better way to record conversations

Let’s start with a quick game of Imagine if … ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  22 June 2015

Planning, PMO, productivity


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27

Nov

SharePoint - My How You've Grown

If SharePoint were to get out of the car and run into her Grandma and Granddad’s house, the first thing Grandma would say would be, “My, how you’ve grown!” And she’d be right. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  27 November 2012


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22

Mar

SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence

I spend a lot of time in the intersection between two traditionally distinct but increasingly connected worlds: SharePoint and Business Intelligence (BI). ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant |  22 March 2012

SharePoint


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