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Top Updates Artificial Intelligence Updates Microsoft Ignite 2020

This year at Ignite was a little different in that it was virtual, but it was the same in the increase in capabilities brought from a widely diverse set of areas. Not surprisingly, huge amounts of effort has been placed in advancing Artificial Intelligence capabilities both in commodity AI (Cognitive Services) and custom AL/ML (Azure […]

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Marquette University Career Night

I’ll be talking with students at Marquette University’s Business School career night, Tuesday October 20th. If you’re a student at Marquette and interested in learning more about careers in technology, don’t miss the opportunity to have a great discussion. I’m happy to provide any feedback or direction for individuals interested in creating a meaningful career.

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AI for Good

Min Maung and I talked about AI for Good surrounding helping individuals with cognitive disabilities to do jobs they previously could not do. The AI for Good platform made open source by Clover uses Microsoft AI and bot services to provide an augmented reality “buddy” to individuals that helps them with doing work which they […]

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Azure Kubernetes and Containers

I recorded a discussion on Azure Kubernetes and Containers with Brian Haydin and John Hubert. We talked about what containers are, why you’d use them, and how to leverage Azure Kubernetes Services.

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Azure Kubernetes and Containers

Concurrency's CTO Nathan Lasnoski was recently joined by Managing Architect Brian Haydin and Senior Systems Engineer John Hubert to discuss the advantages of Azure Kubernetes and Containers. Running your organization's applications are just as important as streamlining your workflows and protecting your data.

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Simplicity Wins in the Zero Trust Game

This week I was in the market for two new computers for my kids. The ones they had been using were getting a little long in the tooth and it became apparent that we needed to replace them. This went from annoyance to emergency as they started school again and virtually needed to do classwork. […]

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The Importance of Zero Trust Security

Security is more important now than ever as the number of targeted security attacks and data breaches continue to rise. Adopting a Zero Trust Security model boosts your network's security and protects data, files, and user information. Concurrency's CTO Nathan Lasnoski, Managing Architect Chris Blackburn and Technical Architect Laura Spence break down Zero Trust's approach to security including why Modern Desktop and Micro-segmentation play a critical role.

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Create Jupyter Notebook Files Using PowerShell

This post covers using the PowerShellNotebook PowerShell module to creates Jupyter Notebook files from markdown and T-SQL.  It also shows how to convert existing PowerShell and T-SQL notebooks to native code.

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Running the Data Migration Assistant - Part Two - PowerShell

In the previous post, I introduced the Data Migration Assistant (DMA) from Microsoft.  In this post I will introduce PowerShell modules from Microsoft that can be used to run the DMA against an inventory of instances and databases.

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