On behalf of the WARDY IT Solutions team, I would like to thank all of our customers and partners for their support in 2017. I wish everyone a fabulous Festive Season and all the best for the New Year!
Azure Analysis Services has been in the cloud for a few months and it rocks!
This session will cover fundamentals of using Azure Analysis Services. David will go through the new capabilities of the service, comparing it with SQL Server Analysis Services on-premises. David will also explain why we should take Azure Analysis Services into account for our solutions and how to build models in the new service.
I recently had the opportunity to be the keynote presenter at the QUT Doctoral Consortium for the School of Information Systems. I had the privileged to hear about the amazing research the students had undertaken to solve complex computer science problems.
With the changes that occurred on the 23rd of January 2017 in the Licensing Oracle Software in the Cloud Computing Environment, Oracle has effectively doubled its database fees for solutions sitting on non-Oracle cloud platforms.
Is Machine Learning still a buzz word or can we easily put it to use to gain actionable insights from our data? In this demo-heavy, hands-on session, Ram will explain how to find hidden patterns in the data, find outliers and predict results using real-world datasets.
One of the things I love about my role is the ability to meet with customers throughout the APAC region, gain a deep understanding of their business and demonstrate to them how easily data can be used to improve business outcomes.
When it comes to database solutions you are likely to have a favourite. A platform that you trained on, have worked with extensively and/or one that, in your mind, is superior to all others. And when it comes to tech giants, chances are you are either in camp Oracle or camp Microsoft. But as anyone […]
Over the last few weeks, I have been talking to a lot of people about the speed of change. While change is often seen as a bad thing; this resistance is often caused by the natural human tendency to avoid change.