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How to decide when to outsource (Infographic)

Unsure about how to choose an outsourcing partner for your business? 

Coeo’s four-step process - explained in this infographic - helps managers decide when to outsource, who to partner with and how to measure success.

Optimising retail IT spending

It's no secret that the past few years have been challenging for UK retailers. According to Deloitte, 2018 saw a 36% increase in net store closures compared to 2017 - 7,500 in total. With pressure increasing and costs rising, we expect budget holders in areas like IT will start to see a squeeze..

SQL Server 2008: The Final Countdown

SQL Server 2008 and 2008 left Extended Support on 9th July 2019. In the latest episode of the Coeo Conversations Podcast Sales and Marketing Director James talks about the issue and explores the options available to businesses.

PCI DSS and your data platform

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Data in Finance Roundup – MiFID II edition – Jan 2017

Anyone working in or around financial services would have been hiding under a rock if they don’t know that MiFID II came into force on January 3rd. After a shaky start where introduction was delayed by a year due to the inability of organisations to comply, this new regulation is now in place..

SQL Server 2017 will change how we think about it

The next version of Microsoft’s heavyweight database platform came one step closer to arriving this week when Microsoft released Release Candidate 1 of SQL Server 2017. Microsoft usually provides a couple of release candidates, meaning the final version is likely to appear sometime this autumn.

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..

Preparing your data platform for peak period sales

 

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