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Coeo Blog

The Coeo Blog

Cyber Security Monthly News - January 2018

Looking back over 2017, we can see it has been another year highlighting the importance of good cyber security and procedure with the cost of ransomware attacks estimated to cost $5 Billion alone.One particularly critical issue is the recently discovered Meltdown and Spectre bugs affecting CPUs...

Azure updates from Ignite 2017

Keeping up with the pace of the Azure cloud evolution is tough at the best of times. Just when you think you are getting on top of it, Ignite comes along and Microsoft drop a cluster of feature bombs which means you spend most of your Saturday updating your Visio architecture diagrams. Thanks a..

10 Considerations when designing a data platform

1. New technology This does not mean implement every possible new feature or design methodology, but that enough knowledge is gained so that the most appropriate decisions are taken when building the foundation of a solution. Existing functionality may already be offered as part of a 3rd party..

Free Microsoft Data & AI eBooks

Microsoft has updated its list of free to download eBooks and once again there’s some current and relevant books in the list - as well as some less useful ones and aging whitepapers.

Data in Retail Roundup - July 2017

In the last decade, mobile technology has transformed our lives - and now we are seeing it transform the retail landscape.

Coeo Power BI Project Performance Dashboard now available

Coeo's project performance dashboard is now available and featured in Microsoft's Power BI Showcase.

Cyber Security Monthly News – June 2017

Current Ransomware Attacks:

June has brought us another major ransomware attack 'NotPetya'. Originally thought to be based on Petya it has affected some major companies, originating in Ukraine. Here are the highlights on what you need to know.

What does it do: The ransomware leaves computers..

Preparing your data platform for peak period sales


Removing Sensitive Data from a Database

The Problem

PowerApps – 500 Record Limit, Delegation and How to Work Around it