Announcing the Launch of the WARDY IT Solutions Cloud Beacon Service

Announcing the Launch of the WARDY IT Solutions Cloud Beacon Service

WARDY IT Solutions is excited to announce the launch of Cloud Beacon Service. Cloud Beacon is a billing management portal that accurately predicts and optimises your cloud spend. It lets you monitor and manage your tenants, subscriptions and resources to ensure your Azure Portal strikes the perfect balance between cost and performance.

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.

How Brisbane’s Top SQL Server Consultants Stay Up-to-date

SQL Server Consultant Brisbane

We spoke with ten of our Brisbane-based SQL Server Consultants to find out what their roles involve. It wasn’t as easy as tying all their capabilities up into one sentence, we realised that their day to day really depends on their customers needs. Here are just some of the skillsets our consultants exhibit daily.

WARDY IT Solutions joining MOQ Limited

WARDY IT Solutions joining MOQ Limited

The team at WARDY IT Solutions is excited and proud to announce the purchase of WARDY IT Solutions by MOQ Limited (ASX: MOQ). As well as being a fantastic strategic fit and natural next step in our mission to help organisations unlock the value in their business data, MOQ provide the perfect acceleration towards the vision we set out over a decade ago – A World Empowered by Data.

SQL Server Security Auditing: Checking Who Has Access to What

SQL Server Security Auditing: Checking Who Has Access to What

With changes often needed around security to ensure people have access, how does an organisation ensure who has what level of access? How can you identify potential security threats? The answer is to review or audit the security of your SQL Server environment on a regular basis. Here’s our suggestions for what to consider including in a SQL security audit: