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Cyber Security Monthly News - January 2020

In January's news - researchers have uncovered an unsecured database in the cloud containing sensitive information belonging to thousands of British citizens and a number of High Street banks were forced to halt foreign currency exchange following a ransomware attack on travel money supplier..

IR35: how will your business be affected?

Off-payroll working rules - known as IR35 - are due to undergo a significant change in April 2020, which will see the responsibility for determining tax status shift from employee to employer. Here's more about the legislation and the options for your business.

Cyber Security Monthly News - January Summary 2019

As January draws to a close, Microsoft lets in the new year with a CU for 2016 SP1 & SP2 and a hotfix for 2017 CU13 (as below). There are also Windows updates and a variety of stories in the news to take a look at.

Coeo presenters at SQLBits 2019

The Coeo team have had an exciting start to the New Year, with three of our colleagues having sessions accepted by SQLBits 2019!

Coeo Session Submissions for SQLBits 2019

SQLBits, one of the best conferences for the Microsoft Data platform in the world, has recently closed the session submissions and the Coeo team has entered a great range of talks covering the different technologies within the Microsoft Data Platform.

New vCore purchasing option for Azure SQL Database

Managed Instance is now in public preview and with it is a purchasing option we haven't yet seen with traditional Azure SQL Database offerings, known as the vCore purchasing model.  Earlier this month, Microsoft announced this model is now available in preview for Single Database and Elastic..

Learn with Coeo at SQL Bits

SQL Bits is a highlight of the year for European data professionals and this February's conference schedule is shaping up to be an exciting one.

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 speed of time

It often feels like time passes quickly and the pace of innovation is getting faster, but is it?

Why retailers need AI to stay competitive

With costs rising and margins falling, retailers will increasingly need AI to help them improve the customer experience, automate interactions and improve their knowledge of their customers

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