For many organisations, the end of financial year cannot come soon enough as this provides an opportunity to press the reset button and start all over again.
We developed SQL Beacon™ and MyVirtualDBA™ to underpin our world-class team of DBAs who work on shift, 27x7x365 to support our clients. Since implementing the 2019 Q2 roadmap, we’ve been collating feature requests from UserVoice and we are pleased to announce our 2019 Q3 roadmap.
David Alzamendi receives the 2020 Microsoft FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect distinction for Power Platform. David is one of five recipients in the world and the only recipient in the Asia Pacific region.
Here are some news stories you may have missed in March 2020: DBA preparation for COVID-19, remote Azure and SQL Server training, March 2020 release of Azure Data Studio, Microsoft SQL servers targeted in newly discovered ‘Vollgar’ hacking campaign.
Despite all the work we have done helping respond to COVID-19 we know many clients need further assistance. To assist clients, we are providing Cloud Beacon as a complimentary service for the length of the pandemic.
WARDY IT Solutions offers the latest remote training technology to enable students to attend any of our Azure and SQL Server courses in a location that suits them. These remote courses are led by our world class instructors and are delivered through a high-definition experience with real-time access to our trainers enabling you to attend the training from anywhere.
As the impact of COVID-19 increases around the world WARDY IT Solutions is taking numerous steps to ensure the continuity of our service. We have restricted business travel and are encouraging hygiene practices in our offices. We have also successfully tested our Business Continuity Plans and confirmed that all areas of our business are able […]
My wife and I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl 3 weeks ago. Whilst in the hospital chatting to the nursing staff about our previous experiences with our first born, they described our two daughters as same same but different. Previously I associated this phrase with being in a marketplace haggling for something, however I thought it was a very adept way of describing the situation.