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Flow with ServiceNow Orlando

ServiceNow is about to release Orlando, and if you have not gotten a chance to look at the release notes, I urge you to click here to see a full list of everything that’s coming. There is an exponential amount of enhancements to almost every module within the tool.

Bryan Schrippe by Bryan Schrippe

Practical AI Examples in 2020

In my article on Top 10 Tech Trends for 2020 I started by talking about artificial intelligence as a mega theme where businesses are achieving real, measurable value from the AI front. If you look at any trend analysis on AI you could believe anything from “AI is still vaporware” to “AI has arrived and […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Recent Worthwhile Listens on TWIML

TWIML has long been one of my favorite podcasts (right after Crushing Iron… long story, different topic) and three recent ones I thought were particularly interesting. I think what makes TWIML great in general is how real the conversations are… it doesn’t feel like a boring interview. The topics are genuinely thought provoking and makes […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Speaking at Launch (UX & Global Business)

I spoke on Technology Careers at Launch this last week to groups tied to UX/CX and Global Business from Elmbrook and Wauwatosa school districts. It was a blessing to be able to speak with the students and provide perspective on what has been helpful in my own career and how it might help their direction […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Power Apps Simplicity

Many business requests that come in are for cascading drop-downs and "if this, then that" input fields... I wanted to share a way that can significantly improve the customer experience with a simple change of text on a button.

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Migrating SQL Server to Azure: What Should You Migrate?

Once you have answered the question "Why should I migrate SQL Server to Azure?", you need to determine what you will migrate.  This post contains methods for inventorying your SQL Server estate and figuring out what to migrate.

Frank Gill by Frank Gill