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Taking Microsoft SQL Server into the cloud

Taking your data platform into the cloud is probably the next key milestone to ensure you address critical challenges and fuel new business opportunities. The key question that is being considered by many organisations is: ‘if I upgrade to Microsoft SQL 2012, how does this empower my cloud strategy?”

During this one hour on-demand webinar, dsp discusses the next wave of investment in SQL Server 2012 and how it can offer the agility of building your own private SQL Server cloud.

During this webinar you will learn:

Benefits of Private and Hybrid cloud models and their role in your enterprise

How Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and SQL Azure enables your IT to build private and hybrid cloud solutions

The impact on your licence position and licence mobility

How you can create and scale business solutions fast, on your terms across server, private or public cloud

How tools such as DataSync and Odata allow you to extend any data, anywhere.

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