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Nathan Lasnoski

Nathan Lasnoski

Nathan Lasnoski is Concurrency's Chief Technology Officer, a Datacenter MVP and a recognized leader in Core Infrastructure Design, SharePoint Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Unified Communications technologies.

Contributions by Nathan Lasnoski

Presenting at Technology Impact Summit

I’m presenting at the Technology Impact Summit in MN, WI, and IL. I’m covering topics of Business Impact from Technology and Cloud Adoption. Business Impact: Reality of business climate Transformation of business strategy Relationship between technology and business impact Social good and business benefit Types of impacts Cloud Adoption: Cloud adoption impact Cloud adoption steps […]

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Beer 30: Enterprise App Portfolios

In this Beer 30 talk I have a conversation with Brian Haydin on building enterprise app portfolios and the things architects need to know.

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Ethics of AI – Microsoft Ignite Notes

Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. Thank you for coming to my Microsoft Ignite talk on the ethical impact of AI and the practical steps we can make to improve the experience for everyone. A few links to have available are: fairlearn: A Microsoft template for […]

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Customer Experience and Accessibility

A big part of what Concurrency does is engage companies to bring about impactful customer experiences. As we’ve done these projects we grew a Ux practice focused on the user experience, the way that people interact with a system. As we’ve thought about more however, the core goal is not just Ux, it’s Cx… the […]

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Beer 30 with Damon Sanchez talking Customer Experience

I had the opportunity to sit down with Damon Sanchez and talk about the difference between User Experience (UX) and Customer Experience (CX). We talk about how understanding the customer journey is as important as understanding individual screens or interfaces. Great conversation, great topic, and great person.

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AI Ethical Principals in Practice

Chapter 6.  AI Principals in Practice Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. So, assuming a company agrees that it wants to implement a technology that leverages AI and decides it wants to do it ethically, for good, what’s next?  How do we as practitioners of AI […]

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Speaking at Marquette University Career Night – October 21st

Monday, October 21st I’ll be speaking at Marquette University’s career night for the students of the Business School as part of the LEAD 1050 academic and professional development class. Looking forward to participating in helping the students of the school prepare to engage in the business world in an impactful and ethical way. This is […]

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Presenting on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence @ Microsoft Ignite

In addition to the Azure Governance and Best Practices session, I’ll also be presenting a session on a practitioners guide to the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. I’ll be talking about the Human Difference, the practical impacts of AI, and how we can address concerns in our everyday actions. Also, check out my blog series on […]

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Presenting on Top 10 Best Practices in Azure Governance and Adoption @ Microsoft Ignite

This Microsoft Ignite I’ll be presenting at two sessions on two different and very interesting topics. The first is something critical to every organization’s leveraging of the cloud… the second it critical to every organization’s leveraging of AI. Looking forward to seeing you there! Top 10 Best Practices in Azure Governance and Adoption “Learn real-world […]

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The Number One Reason to Migrate Legacy Workloads to Azure

We know that the cloud is a foregone conclusion for new workload deployment for the majority of use cases, but I am frequently challenged about legacy workloads by curious companies. There are a multitude of reasons to migrate legacy workloads, from flexibility, to control, to infrastructure-as-code, to management modernization, but today I want to focus […]

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