Category: Support

Bye bye SQL Server 2005, now is the time for you to #upgrade

TweetFrom today SQL Server 2005 will no longer have any support from the Microsoft, which means no security updates or hotfixes that might affect your production platform if you are still managing 2005 version instances. Microsoft and partners (along with MVPs)…

SQL Server R Service – enterprise-scale data science

TweetData Science is the new workforce that has geared up in most of business domains now,data is a centric force for every organisation irrespective of size-of-business. In this space when Microsoft acquired Revolution Analytics that marks development tools and enhanced R…

SQL Server 2016 Community Technology Preview 3.3

TweetGet your testing gear on, here is another instalment of SQL Server 2016 CTP which is 3.3. There are 2 options available to test this version either you can download SQL2016CTP3.3 or using Windows Azure capabilities to fire up a fresh…

Data Culture Day – Power BI Edition London #DataCulture #PowerBI

TweetThe best opportunity to get to know world of Power BI and Excel in the data analytics field. Whether are not you are dealing with data visualisations and analytics, this is the best opportunity to attend Data Culture Data –…

Still struggling to upgrade SQL Server 7, 2000 and 2005 instances, need help and support from Microsoft?

TweetI know the subject line question is tricky and twisty to respond, and not easy to handle the upgrade situation for legacy database applications. When I say tricky in the sense of getting an approval from the management to upgrade previous…

“SQL Gulf #2” at Microsoft Dubai – September 5th 2015

TweetTo all Middle-eastern based data savvy professionals, here is the announcement about another biggest conference happening in Dubai on 05th September 2015. If you remember about SQL Gulf #1 event last year in Riyadh then no introduction is needed about this…

Power BI – what’s new and where to start

TweetPower BI –  a cloud based Software-as-a-Service (Saas) key business analytics service for non-business users. IN a way Microsoft had a delayed start within this arena, but a good approach as A data culture for everyone has given a kick in this…