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Microsoft Purview's 14 Key Controls

Certification for Unified Data Governance

Microsoft Purview Controls, a comprehensive data governance solution, empowers businesses to understand, manage, and protect their data assets across hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

Go Beyond Data Protection with Microsoft Purview

In this blog post, I will be discussing a big change that Microsoft has made to Purview and how these changes will increase businesses capability by adoption of this powerful Risk, Compliance and Unified Data Governance tool.

5 People Who Used Data to Change the World

As graduation season is fast approaching, albeit most likely virtually again this year, many computer science and software Development students will be considering their future career opportunities, and are no doubt currently knee-deep in applications. There has been no better time to seek..

The importance of bringing Python to SQL Server

Microsoft proudly announced this week that SQL Server 2017 will be the first relational database engine to ship with built-in artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. In the future, database servers running its software won’t just be able to store, query, and analyse data. Instead, they’ll also..

The evolution of artificial intelligence

Over the course of the next few months, I’m going to be presenting at a number of data related community meetups about “The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence”.

SQL Server is adapting, so must its users

The next generation of SQL Server skills won’t be about making it even faster, more reliable or more secure – as an industry we’ve already cracked that and there’s little left to learn. Instead, they’ll be about executing predictive analytical models and integrating with open source data platforms...

Making a Murderer

The DBA team here at Coeo have spent a fair amount of time over the last few months discussing and debating the Netflix series ‘Making a Murderer’. If you haven't seen it already, I thoroughly recommend it. It’s a documentary based on the conviction of an American man, Steven Avery, for murder and..

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