Leaping thru the clouds

Published On: 2021-07-26By:

Established in 2001, the National Data Center (NDC) is a non-profit that provides a cost-effective method to manage Chapter 13 bankruptcy claims through the intelligent use of data. Data is consolidated from nearly 200 individual Chapter 13 Trustees into one comprehensive secure database.

Loyalties develop when you’re with any vendor for a long time, and a co-location or cloud provider is no exception. You overlook some inconveniences, tolerate price increases…to a point. When those lines are crossed, you wait a bit longer, knowing change can be expensive, complicated, and time-consuming.

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Enterprise-Grade Security For SMBs …Without Breaking the Bank

Published On: 2021-07-21By:

Last week Joey and I recorded a webcast with Rob Krug who is a security researcher from Avast solutions. We were talking about the things that companies should be doing in order to better secure their infrastructure so that they aren’t the next victim of Ransomware that we see on the news.

The webcast was recorded and the video has been posted online and it’s available for viewing.


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Today we Welcome Bill Fellows (@billinkc) to DCAC

Published On: 2021-07-12By:

Today DCAC is thrilled to say that Bill Fellows is joining our team. Bill brings with him a plethora of experience in both the core engine as well as the Business Intelligence worlds.

Bill is an Architect and five-time Microsoft Data Platform MVP with a focus on converting data into actionable intelligence. He has been a database developer for the past 20 years with a focus on automation and ETL. He is the organizer of Kansas City’s eight SQL Saturdays, co-author to “The BIML Book” and maintains the SSIS tag on StackOverflow. Bill blogs at ssis.science and tweets under @billinkc.

Welcome to the team Bill.


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Thanks Microsoft for awarding me as a MVP again

Published On: 2021-07-01By:

Today is July 1st, and it’s Microsoft MVP day. I’m thrilled to say that I’ve been awarded the Microsoft MVP Award again for this year. This is the 14th Microsoft MVP award that I’ve received in a row, but the 13th year according to the awards.

It gets weird as the first year that I got the award the awards we tied to the fiscal year, so I got a 2009 award in October 2008 (Microsoft fiscal year runs July-June, so October 2008 would have been the Fiscal Year 2009). Then in 2009, the awards were switched to Calendar year, so in October 2009 I got another 2009 award. (Back in my first year they gave you an award every year, hence the award on the left, I’m glad they switched to the rings, I have no idea where I’d put 14 big awards.)

I’m pleased to say that all the other Microsoft MVPs at DCAC (Joey, Monica, John, and Meagan) were all awarded with the Microsoft MVP award as well. Congrats to all four of them.


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