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Concurrency's Christopher Mank Named Newest Microsoft MVP

Christopher Mank’s recognition January 1, 2016 as a Microsoft MVP confirmed what his colleagues already know: from the day he joined Concurrency, Christopher drew on his values and work ethic to learn and contribute at every opportunity. Christopher, a Systems Architect, was named a Microsoft MVP in the category of Cloud and Datacenter Management. Concurrency is home to 10 MVPs, the largest concentration in North America.

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Microsoft Modern Developer Conference 2015

You’re invited to the Microsoft Modern Developer Conference — exploring the latest developer trends and practices in the Internet of “Your” Things (IoT), Azure, Universal Windows Development, and Developer Security.

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Concurrency’s 10 Microsoft MVPs Return from 2015 MVP Global Summit in Redmond

Concurrency, Inc., a Microsoft partner with offices throughout the Midwest, sent the highest concentration of Microsoft MVPs from any organization in the U.S. or Europe to last week’s MVP Global Summit. Concurrency’s 10 MVPs have just returned from Redmond, Washington, where they attended the elite gathering of the world’s leading practitioners of Microsoft technologies.

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Concurrency’s Team of MVPs Converge at the Microsoft Global Summit

Today, a few thousand of the world’s most talented technology experts will descend on Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, WA for the annual MVP Global Summit. While most technology firms and Fortune 500 companies may send 2-3 MVPs, Concurrency Inc., a Microsoft partner serving organizations nationwide, is being represented by its team of 10 MVPs, the largest in the US and Europe. 

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Visual Studio Online Tutorial to Enable Team Tab on Excel

Excel’s Team tab allows for easy importing and exporting to/from Visual Studio Online and simplifies bulk editing of work items. You can enable the Team tab by following just a few steps, which are listed below

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Rights Required for Creating Extended Events Sessions

What rights are required in SQL Server to create and view an Extended Events session?

In SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2, a user had to be granted CONTROL SERVER to create and run sessions. CONTROL SERVER is roughly equivalent to sysadmin. The difference is that if you grant someone CONTROL SERVER and you don’t want them to access something, you can issue an explicit DENY. Having to do that for a large number of objects would be a pain, though.

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