Category Archives: Roundup

August 2019 Roundup: Joining MOQ Limited, Virtual DBA Service Q1 2019 Roadmap, Cloud Beacon Announcement, Virtual DBA Case Study

WARDY IT Solutions - August 2019 Roundup

As many of you will now be aware, earlier this month we announced that WARDY IT Solutions has been acquired by MOQ Limited (ASX: MOQ). Despite this, it is business as usual for WARDY IT Solutions, as we will become a subsidiary of MOQ and I will continue to lead the business on a day to day basis.

May 2019 Roundup: WARDY IT Solutions’ feature on Industry Leaders, Azure Billing Models, Power BI Automation

May 2019 Roundup: WARDY IT Solutions' feature on Industry Leaders, Azure Billing Models, Power BI Automation

Last week I spent some time judging the final presentations for the Information Systems Consulting course at QUT. I am part of the QUT Alumni and it was good to spend some time back where I first gained an interest in Information Technology. The students had a fictious customer project where they needed to design a marketing solution and present this to their cohort.

April 2019 Roundup

April 2019 - SQL Server News Stories Roundup

Over the last few days my daughter has been in hospital with repository issues. The last time I spent any time in a hospital was when my wife gave birth to this bundle of joy in the same hospital 19 months ago. In this time the technology in the hospital has changed dramatically, with each nurse now empowered with a mobile phone running a number of health applications to measure and capture vital statics.

January 2019 Roundup

January 2019 SQL Server News Roundup

Whether a business has its doors open or not, they are still a 24×7 operation with systems that need to run, overnight processes and websites to take orders. The database environment underpins these operations and it’s vital these critical systems are effectively managed, no matter what time of the day or night.

September 2018 Roundup

September 2018 Round Up

At Microsoft Ignite the Public Preview of SQL Server 2019 was announced. This new version of SQL Server is designed to assist organisations manage the increased volume and variety of data. With this new release of SQL Server, SQL Server 2008 R2 will be five versions old. As one Australian government department recently found out running legacy software not only limits […]