SWC Ranks on MSPmentor’s Global Managed Services Providers List

SWC Ranks on MSPmentor’s Global Managed Services Providers List SWC is proud to announce that we have ranked among the top 100 managed services providers in the world on the MSPmentor 501 Global Edition list this year. This is SWC’s fourth consecutive appearance on the list. SWC has also ranked among the top 100 on the MSPmentor 200 North America Edition, a sub list of the 501 Global Edition that focuses exclusively on Managed Services Providers (MSPs) in North America. Appearing on these lists are an amazing distinction for us and affirm that we have the experience, people, process and technology to deliver a very high-value, high-touch service for our customers. One of the things that differentiates SWC’s managed services practice is the fact that we have been doing this for over eight years and have really grown and developed our offering from a solution focused on monitoring and management into a unique partnership in which we help clients develop operational roadmaps … [Continue reading]

Is My BI Fat? Database Partitioning Can Help!

Chadd Dotzenrod SWC Technology Partners

Is My BI Fat? Database Partitioning Can Help! Your data warehouse started so perfect! It was a lean mean analytical machine. Then reality set in. The users fed it all the data they could get their hands on. When it got fat and slow, they refused to put it on a diet because they need “everything!” Data archival just isn’t in the cards and … [Continue reading]

Ask SWC: What’s New in SQL Server 2014?

Author Rachael Narel SWC Technology Partners

Ask SWC: What’s New in SQL Server 2014? Microsoft just announced the release of SQL Server 2014 this week. As you know SQL Server 2012 came out some time ago and was heavily focused on a lot of Business Intelligence improvements for the enterprise. Now all of a sudden we have many users adopting BI that are hitting our SQL Servers pretty hard. … [Continue reading]

Windows XP Will Self-Destruct Today

Jeremy Alt SWC Technology Partners

Windows XP Will Self-Destruct Today Today is the day we have been warning you about for some time. The day Microsoft ends support for Windows XP and even though all of the XP devices in the world will not be self-destructing today, there are some important things you need to know if you continue to use it as your operating system. After today … [Continue reading]

The Sky is the Limit: Improve Operational Efficiency with System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2

Author Kurt Mayer SWC Technology Partners

The Sky is the Limit: Improve Operational Efficiency with System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2 Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2 provides coordinated integration and automation of IT processes through the creation of runbooks that can help to define and standardize best practices and improve operational efficiency. We like System … [Continue reading]