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We Don’t Need Project Managers

According to the Project Management Institure (PMI) there will be a huge demand and talent gap for project managers by the year 2027. Digital transformation initiative is further driving up this demand. But organizations don't really need project managers. They need something else.

Jaime Velez by Jaime Velez

Azure ML How to Get Your Data Moving Using Azure Data Factory

HOW TO DESIGN AN AZURE MACHINE LEARNING SOLUTION  
 
When designing an Azure machine learning solution, one of the most critical decisions is understanding how any Azure machine learning solution pipeline will be executed. In this blog post will talk about how to use datafactory and Azure ML

Jeff Lipkowitz by Jeff Lipkowitz

Best of Microsoft Ignite

I had a great time recording a webinar with Anthony Escobedo, Lwin Maung, Min Maung, and Steven Campbell on the best of Microsoft Ignite. We talked about IoT, data, productivity, Viva, Power BI, and many other topics.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Launching Change Agent CTO Podcast

I’m proud to announce an effort that has been months in the making, the Change Agent CTO Podcast. I was inspired to launch this because I experienced qualities of change agents in the most successful projects I’ve been part of. I wanted to highlight the heros of the technology industry who are doing more to […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Ways to Use Your Digital Pen to Increase Effectiveness

The pen and the laptop… I’ve always had an interest in the idea of it working, but for many years it was a solution looking for a problem. Early on I wanted one of those spin around laptops from Acer so I could take digital notes on the clunky 10 pound laptop in class. It […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

2021 North Stars with Brian Willson

I had a great opportunity to talk with Microsoft Vice President Brian Willson about the 2021 North Stars that every technology executive should be considering. We talked about each of these five North Stars: Create digital lines of business Deliver on new revenue or operational savings through AI Get out of the datacenter business Make […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Five Technology North Stars to Drive 2021 Success

As 2020 quickly comes to an end and you continue to build plans for 2021, one thing remains clear. Technology will remain at the forefront of your organization’s ability to succeed despite continued challenging business conditions. 

In the latest Executive Briefing led by Concurrency, host Concurrency CTO Nathan Lasnoski and special guest Microsoft VP Brian Willson broke down five technology north stars to make your 2021 efficient, profitable, and productive. Here are the five technology north stars: 

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Windows Virtual Desktop De-Mystified

I had a great conversation with Brian Voelz this week on Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). We discussed “why” WVD, moving off Citrix, and lessons learned. Brian did a great job diving into the details of each.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Windows Virtual Desktop Insights

In today's webinar, Concurrency CTO Nathan Lasnoski hosted a discussion on Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) with Concurrency Technical Architect Brian Voelz. They discussed how WVD benefits organizations by supporting secure, scalable and efficient work whether end users are in-office or remote. Nathan and Brian walked through how you can leverage WVD to reduce physical desktop costs and increase efficiency by deploying virtual machines in minutes vs. days.

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Managed Services Evolved with Concurrency Digital Operations

Now more than ever, the opportunity to automate, digitize and mobilize the workforce is critical to business growth and survival across industries. Implementing new technology and transformative change within your organization does not stop on "go live day", rather it evolves as your team and organization work to embrace the new technology in new ways over the weeks, months and years following a successful launch or implementation.  

Kurt Spitzner by Kurt Spitzner