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GDPR and what it means for you

Data and digital privacy laws don’t change very often but the online world has evolved a lot since the Data Protection Act of 1998.  As such, an overhaul of the EU laws have been long overdue and new regulation is arriving in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Data in Technology Companies Roundup – March 2017

Companies that are built on their technology platforms, whether online gaming giant  or fintech startup, need to have confidence that they can keep things running at speed, all the time. Sites and apps that run slow, or don’t run at all, lose the edge over competitors and our customers tell us this..

Azure Winter Roundup

Hey all, I'm Richard and I've recently joined Coeo as a Cloud Consultant, working with Al Walderman. My background is largely System Center and Wintel but at Coeo, I'm here to focus on helping customers understand, adopt and develop with Microsoft Azure technologies.

Azure Site Recovery - Disaster Recovery the easy way

Azure monthly(ish) roundup - October/November 2016

Hi, I’m Al and I’ve recently joined the expanding team at Coeo as a Cloud Consultant. My technical background is in virtualisation and the Microsoft cloud, so my blogs will mostly be about Azure and hybrid enterprise.

Two worlds, one universe

While cloud adoption is happening at a different pace in every organisation, the speed of adoption for the businesses Coeo works with is getting faster. However, they’re not all replacing all of their existing IT systems with new cloud services. Instead, many are integrating cloud services with..

Configuring the lease timeout threshold for AG's deployed in Azure

Recently we helped one of our customers with a Microsoft case in regards to a clustered AG deployed in Azure. We would regularly receive reports of the clustered nodes failing to heartbeat, and as such this would terminate the cluster service, and sometimes impact the synchronisation status of..

Browsing into the future of database platforms

Past success is no guarantee of success in the future. Database platforms, like web browsers, might be an established technology but the demands of them are likely to change more in the next two years than in the previous 25.

Databases with their own server level settings

Being a futurist, I like new features and SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database have one that’s really caught my eye!

One of our agents is missing

Despite Microsoft continuously adding functionality to it, the Azure SQL Database service has always been missing one key feature – SQL Server Agent. The reality is, it’s absent rather than missing. Platform as a Service capabilities are, and should be, promoting platform wide approaches to..

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