Coeo have been awarded a Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization.
Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, the way we spend our everyday lives has changed drastically over the last few months. For many of us, sitting an exam is likely to be towards the bottom of the agenda during these periods of social lockdown and isolation. One benefit of this, however, is..
As a follow up to my recent post, we’ll be discussing Microsoft’s DP-201 exam (“Designing an Azure Data Solution”); the second exam and final step required in gaining the Azure Data Engineer Associate certification.
At Coeo, we are actively encouraged to take exams and broaden our understanding in new areas. Not only do these exams help focus our learning, they help to build a breadth of qualifications throughout the company.
In this post, we’ll be discussing Microsoft’s DP-200 exam; the first of two exams..
This year, Microsoft has been making a significant investment in new ways to support customers with deploying and using its products and services.
Organisations with a strong culture around data-driven insights are shown to be more likely to succeed against their business goals. A mature data culture gives teams freedom to work in the way that is best for them, and trusts them to access data and use it to inform their decision making.
Organisations that use AI at scale perform 11.5% better on average than those who don't, according to Microsoft's whitepaper Accelerating competitive advantage with AI. This is has increased from 5% just one year ago.
Companies who embrace a data-driven culture experience a four-fold improvement in revenue performance and better customer satisfaction, according to a new report published by Harvard Business Review.