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Disable Voicemail transcription for select users in Microsoft Teams

First need to create the new policy. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/new-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps From there you can “grant” users the new policy. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/grant-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps Modify a already existing Policy https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/set-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps To add a list of users we can use a recursive script to run through a txt file Putting a txt file in the same location that you run the scriptContinue reading "Disable Voicemail transcription for select users in Microsoft Teams"

Brett Janzen by Brett Janzen

Concurrency Named to WASB Business Honor Roll in Recognition of LAUNCH Partnership

BROOKFIELD, Wisconsin (November 10, 2020) Concurrency Inc. today announced it has been named to the Wisconsin Association of School Board (WASB) Business Honor Roll in recognition of its partnership with LAUNCH, the Elmbrook and Wauwatosa School District-based experiential learning high school program.  

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

UX Heuristics, Cognitive Crutches & A Process for Simplifying Application UI

The world around us can be overwhelming most of the time, especially during global pandemics and with social turbulence occurring on a daily basis.

When we think about how our minds comprehend the vast amounts of information around us, one of the cognitive tools our minds use is pattern recognition.  We hear a lot about pattern recognition in Artificial intelligence, this is because programmers are attempting to mimic human mental cognition.

This so-called pattern recognition, from a User Experience and Psychological perspective is called Heuristics.  A Heuristic can be seen at play in almost all walks of human life.

Damon Sanchez by Damon Sanchez

Azure Function Published with Azure DevOps is missing .python_packages

I was publishing an Azure Function with Azure DevOps vs. deploying with VS Code and was finding the function was failing because the .python_packages folder was missing. Reviewing the build code the standard python package was populated with “pip install -r requirements.txt”, which was working on my local client to ensure the published environment included the necessary packages. […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Azure Function Published with Azure DevOps has Extra Folder at Root

I was deploying an Azure Function with Azure DevOps and was running into a problem where an extra folder was created at the root of the Files directory when deploying. It looked like this: I discovered that in the deployment file the root directory was being included in the deployed zip file and needed to […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski