Posts Tagged ‘SQL Server 2008 R2’

SQL Bits 7 – the wonders of SQL is now open for registration.  This event takes place at York University, York, UK from 30th September to 2nd October. The event is over 3 days 30th September is the paid for training day featuring the likes of Brent Ozar from SQL Skills in the US, Buck […]

In the post “Unleashing the Power of your Information” I eluded to how your organizations data is a hugely valuable asset. For one, being able to gather it all together into one place with a product such as, SQL Server Integration Services, allows you to do all manner of analytics on it. While that indeed […]

In an ideal world, when you get a request to answer a question like, “How did the blue version of our product perform in these regions over this period?” you can just open Excel, drag a few items onto a blank sheet and get the answer. If you are in a small business you probably […]

Recently I had an article published on TechNet Magazine Online in which I cover how SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services and SharePoint 2010 integrate. The article covers the architecture, configuration and improvements in this integration. Read the Article here.

The two most important assets in an organization are its people and its information. Organizations that can connect the two seamlessly empower their employees to make the best decisions. IT Departments are challenged with the task of making this connection. At the backend, products like SQL Server 2008, and subsequently SQL Server 2008 R2, have […]