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Azure News - June 2019

Summary of recent Azure updates, including Azure Bastion and Azure to Azure ASR improvements.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

Career Inventory 2019

I’m passionate about people in technology having fulfilling careers, so I decided to do something about it. You’ll find below two assets, the first is a Microsoft form, the second is an output from everyone who has filled it out. The goal of this is to help people to analyze their current career and look […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Introduction to MQTT protocol for IOT applications.

In my previous blog post, I explained why the widely used application-layer protocol HTTP is not suitable for the IOT applications. There are a number of application-layer protocols developed to serve the purpose of IOT like MQTT, AMQP, CoAP, XMPP, STOMP etc. In this blog post, I will provide an introduction to MQTT protocol, its design, architecture and use-case examples.

Siddharth Bhola by Siddharth Bhola

Impact Urgency Matrix Defined!

As part of the Incident Management process implementation within ServiceNow you need to define a Impact and Urgency Matrix to drive ticket prioritization.  Learn more about what a 3x3 or a 4x4 matrix could look like incorporating the concept of KISS.

Matt Smith by Matt Smith

Making the Switch to the Agent Workspace in ServiceNow

Introduced in the Madrid release of ServiceNow, the Agent Workspace is a new single pane view for agents to respond to all task types, view the full context of the issue and get relevant recommendations.

Steve Seibold by Steve Seibold

Passport Networking Program

The Passport Networking Program asks interns to develop several interview questions to learn more about the employees, the different roles within Concurrency, and more about the company in general. 

Megan Dehn by Megan Dehn

Creating a UI with Power BI

Highlights tips and tricks to maximize the built-in features of Power BI to create an appealing UI and group data inside dashboards.

Trevor Suarez by Trevor Suarez

Beer 30 interview on Milwaukee Tech with Adam Gabornitz

In this episode of #Beer30, I chat with @AdamGabornitz on #mketech and why Milwaukee is a great place for a technology career! @MarquetteU @MSOE @UWM This isn’t just relevant to Milwaukee though! If you love technology and love your city, you’re sure to find some good learnings here.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

The Creation Process of the Cloud Economic Assessment

Recently I joined the Cloud Data center and Dev ops team here at Concurrency, and right away I, along with two other interns, were given the project of creating a MVP of a Cloud Economic Assessment (CEA).  This assessment is a virtual tool that will be used to help clients understand how feasible it is to move to Azure, helping them understand the cost and logistics of their applications.

Jasmin Cox by Jasmin Cox