Today’s newsletter will bring you up-to-date about some of our new activity at Dobler Consulting. This month’s newsletter shares details about what is happening at our company. You’ll also find some valuable information about how SAP and Sybase are moving forward with their exciting improvements.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity to continue sharing our company information, and our technical insights to enhance your IT and database planning. Read More
To all my readers, Happy Holidays! I hope your holidays with family and friends are a source of joy this year. During this time, I’m grateful for you, as my loyal email subscribers. Thank you for reading my newsletter, and giving me the opportunity to share technology information to help improve your database skills and knowledge to become more successful.
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Having attended a week long session after session, meeting after meeting at TechWave 2011, I’m glad to be back home. This was a successful marathon with a highly energized Sybase crowd. The Sybase folks made up about 10% of the 6,500 attendees of TechED/TechWave. Interestingly, many SAP TechED attendees found their way into Sybase sessions. There is a growing interest in the SAP community to learn more about Sybase products.
Wow, Q1 of 2011 is almost over. I hope everybody is busy and takes advantage of the upswing in IT activities over the past few weeks.
On February 24th we had our first Sybase user group meeting at our offices. I am pleased with the total turnout, although there were way more people attending online than in person. I still think that the online folks missed out on pizza and drinks, plus the door giveaway of an ASE 15 book. Read More
With the Holidays behind us and the month of January already gone I thought it is time for the first newsletter in 2011.
You read the news, many indicators point upward to a recovery from the great recession. This is certainly great news. But there’s also a new reality. Most large corporations had to dramatically cut their operating costs to preserve cash flow. Unfortunatelly, layoffs were big part of this. These positions are slowely being filled again, but meanwhile the remaining staff has to pick up the pace.
Applying the same cost saving actions for small and mid-size business have far more deep reaching consequences. The reaining resource pool is much smaller. That’s why we created a remote DBA support structure that offers expert level support for a fraction of an employee’s salary. This allows companies to keep up with their support demand while maintaining cash flow. More importantly, the support team is local and you get a chance to meet us face to face. Read More