Next-Generation

Database Managed Services

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Headquartered in London, but working nationally and internationally, we take a proactive approach to DBA Managed Services offering continuous database optimisation and availability.

Key to our success is our ability to attract and retain the very best Oracle and SQL Server DBAs. When you combine these fantastically skilled personnel with a well designed, transparent delivery process which has continuous monitoring and maintenance at its heart, the result is 24×7 peace of mind for our clients….and of course a substantial return on investment.

“Continuous Support. Continuous Maintenance. Continuous Excellence.”

 


Delivering Support Through 'Continuous Maintenance'

Continuous Maintenance

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News

dsp winners at the UK Oracle User Group Awards 2017/18

dsp attended the UK Oracle User Group Partner of the Year Awards last week, and we came away with awards for both categories in which we were nominated

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Event

"Self Managing Databases: Fable, Fantasy or the Future"

Join us for lunch and to hear some war stories from staff and customers with experience of Oracle Database Cloud Service. We'll also understand more about the Autonomous Database and how Oracle will compete with AWS.

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Why Encryption is Key in the Event of a Data Breach

The summer of 2018 will be remembered for its record-breaking heatwave, England reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup and, for professionals in almost all areas of business, the long-awaited adoption of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) across the EU. In the space of just a few short months, cybersecurity has gone from a tick- box exercise, somewhat far down the list of competing priorities faced by every business, to fighting for pole position amid swirling tabloid headlines warning of huge fines and plummeting share prices for organisations who suffer a data breach.

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