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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 6 Marketing and PR Costs

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 5 HR and Labour Costs

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 4 Regulatory and Compliance Issues

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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How important is your organisations data?

If your answer wasn’t along the lines of “our data is absolutely vital to our business” then you can look away now, this blog isn’t for you! If, like most people you’re in agreement that your organisations data is of … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability – Part 3 Reputational Damage

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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5 Misconceptions about Outsourcing Database Support

1 – You have to outsource all of your IT support This can be a key concern for many organisations. They can see the benefits of outsourcing or using a 3rd party provider for support but worry about whether they … Continue reading

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Ooops I found some DB2

It might sound somewhat unusual but sometimes organisations stumble across DB2 in their IT estate which they didn’t realise existed or that they hadn’t planned for. There can be a variety of reasons for this. When an organisation purchases a … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Review your Database Availability– Part 2 Lost Customers

From working with many customers to help keep their critical databases up and running we have come up with the top 6 reasons for putting Database Availability at the top of your priority list. In this blog we look at … Continue reading

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What’s coming up at IDUG EMEA 2018

The countdown is on! IDUG EMEA 2018 is just around the corner and it is set to be a great event. With so many fantastic speakers this year it’s going to be tough to plan your diary so we thought … Continue reading

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How flexible is your DB2 support team?

Flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to DB2 support. If a problem is going to happen you can bet your lunch money on it happening in the middle of the night on a Sunday when your … Continue reading

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