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Why your peers are adopting cloud storage solutions

While I was at Microsoft in the early Cloud adoption days, there was a lot of celebration surrounding a shift to the Azure. Here we are - eight years after I first started working in Cloud services and going on three years removed from Microsoft - many customers are still adopting basic elements, such as storage, while others are creating new business models leveraging Cloud technologies.
 

Chad Alexander by Chad Alexander

Tech Talk - Driving Highly Engaged Employees

In this episode of #techtalks, Nathan Lasnoski walks through how a business can adapt its practices to drive employees in becoming highly engaged within the company.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Crash Dump Analysis

Extracting information from a memory dump after a server crash is an important part of root cause analysis.  Although this is an advanced topic, and debugging crash dumps is often a very complex task, here we will look at the basics.  This information is enough to get started and debug a simple crash that has a clear cause.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

Microsoft’s “Compliance Manager” helps users meet GDPR requirements

Organizations moving data from on-premises locations to a Microsoft Cloud service such as Office 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365 now have access to Microsoft’s “Compliance Manager”. This tool was created with security, compliance and privacy in mind, and it’s designed to assist organizations in managing their compliance activity. With GDPR going into effect on May 25, Microsoft’s Compliance Manager is available with just enough time left to get ready.
 

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

Concurrency, Inc. Taps Former CEO of VCPI for Top Finance Role

Concurrency, Inc. announced today the selection of longtime Milwaukee technology executive Dan Weise to a newly created leadership position, Vice President–Finance. Weise previously served as CEO of Milwaukee-based technology services firm VCPI, which serves healthcare providers across the U.S.
 

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

Active Directory Health

When dealing with any Active Directory related issue, checking the health of the domain is a common first step.  AD domain health can be broken down into two main parts - the status of the individual DCs and the stability of the replication.  Here, we'll cover how to check each of these.
 

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

Tech Talks - Azure Iaas, Paas, Containers

In this episode of #techtalks, Nathan Lasnoski walks through how a business can use Iaas, Paas, and Containers to quickly scale up and down with demand, and deliver everything from simple cloud-based apps to sophisticated, cloud-enabled enterprise applications.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Microsoft Flow 2 Step Approval Process

Great need to have a 2 step approval workflow to approve documents and items like Finance and Operation information to use the new features with email approval with Microsoft Flow.

Hozafa Motiwala by Hozafa Motiwala

Concurrency awarded as Milwaukee Business Journal Fastest Growing Firm

Concurrency’s rapid growth in the last few years is a direct result of our work to help customers with their digital transformation, the integration of digital technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud, in the service of transforming how their businesses work.

Jake Borzym by Jake Borzym

Tenets of Modern IT Management - 10 Part Video Series

The transformation of IT organizations into competitive advantages of their businesses has driven the adoption of Modern IT Management tenants and we've produced a 10 part video series detailing them.  You'll find below the 10 part series which walks through each tenet.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

VIDEO: Microsoft EMS Walkthrough

You've heard a lot about Intune and Mobile Device Management (MDM), but what about the myriad of other components that are included with the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)?

Shannon Fritz by Shannon Fritz

Modern IT Management Defined: DevOps, ITIL, Cloud, Agile, or All of the Above?

What if I told you that you had to take your management platforms and start over, but this time you needed to plan for the next generation of how you'd work with your teams.  What if I told you that you needed to re-address how you dealt with your operational lifecycle, development, and release management.  This is what my team and I did over the last several months.  We decided that we'd look at what the management landscape will look like years from now and apply those concepts to the tools being released by Microsoft for the cloud-centric world. 

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

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