Secure, Optimise, Innovate: Transforming your SQL Server Management

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The data management landscape is constantly evolving. Microsoft SQL Server is transforming the way organisations handle their databases, bringing both new opportunities and challenges.

The need for specialised knowledge and skills in database administration is more important than ever, as companies grapple with the complexities of managing SQL servers that may be outdated, vulnerable, and inefficiently configured.

Our panel discuss these challenges and offer insights to help you master SQL Server modernisation, security and cost optimisation.

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In this webinar you will learn

  • The importance of proper SQL Server management to safeguard against security threats, comply with regulatory standards, and enhance performance.

  • How to balance innovation and legacy with minimal disruption.

  • How to achieve cost savings by optimising your Microsoft licensing to align more closely with your business needs.

  • The advantages of migrating backups and other services to Azure.

  • The role of comprehensive 24/7 support in maintaining a robust SQL Server environment, ensuring your databases are always running smoothly and efficiently.

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With our unique methodology and decades of experience managing databases, we’re confident we can get you a faster, more reliable database at a lower price.

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Who should watch?

  • IT Professionals
  • CIOs, CISOs, IT Managers, IT Directors
  • All companies with SQL Server databases
  • Database Administrators (DBA)

Are you asking yourself these questions:

  • Do I need a Database Administrator (DBA) team?
  • I have a DBA team but how do I manage my databases out of core hours?
  • Is my DBA team operating efficiently?
  • Do our databases meet data protection standards?
  • How can I improve the security measures around our databases to comply with ISO standards and Cyber Essentials certification?
  • How do I approach a data visualisation project?


  • Date 26/03/2024