Category: SQL Server

An Overview of Office 365 Service Assurance Resources
An Overview of Office 365 Service Assurance Resources
Blog Posts

Service Assurance is a primary goal This is particularly important in understanding how Office 365 protects your data, especially since it concerns email access, team communication, collaboration, content storage and specifically content viewed and edited in a browser. Service Delivery includes Service assurance, which is an organisational primary goal, and is directly aligned to the… READ MORE

Access Web App Solutions
Access Web App Solutions
Ebooks

Julian Kirkness has been a long term Access user and has successfully built (and ultimately sold) an HR Software business which started with an Access 95 based system. If you followed his blog series, then you will find this eBook very handy, it covers everything from editing views, capturing user information, formatting emails and managing… READ MORE

ESPC16 Programme is now Live!
ESPC16 Programme is now Live!
Blog Posts

We are proud to announce the eagerly anticipated ESPC16 Conference Programme. The programme team have meticulously hand-picked all speakers to offer IT-Pros, Developers and BDMs the best ESPC experience possible. The speaker schedule includes internationally renowned Microsoft Redmond Executives, 42 MVPs, 11 MCMs, CTOs and CIOs, sharing practical advice, live demonstrations and real life solutions. With 4 days, 8 stages, 2000 delegates and over 100 SharePoint and Office 365 sessions, it’s promised to be our biggest event yet!

Exporting an Azure Database to On-Premises SQL Server
Exporting an Azure Database to On-Premises SQL Server
Blog Posts

Hi, I’m going to show you easily can export “any” SQL Server database from Microsoft Azure to an On-Premises platform. I don’t think this steps are valid for a SharePoint Infrastructure (as the Content as Configuration Databases are stored in SQL Server itself), but it’s always a nice to know. In the meantime we don’t know what the vNext of SharePoint Online is, so it’s always good to know an export procedure fromMicrosoft Azure!