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Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make Getting Started with Azure: #7— Ignoring Identity, RBAC and Conditional Access

Now that your Azure Environment is effectively and properly structured, as noted in our previous post, we come across a slippery slope that must be avoided. Now that it has been created, it needs to be secured. It has become second nature to use a seatbelt, lock doors and assure the area is clear when entering or exiting a vehicle, and we must direct that line of thinking when it comes to employing technology.
 

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Introduction to Microsoft Graph

Microsoft has been in the Cloud Business for several decades, and through that journey, has acquired tens of thousands of customers.  Microsoft is at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence development, and democratizing access to this capability.  Specifically, Microsoft is providing each of its cloud customers with access to the data they have access to, and intelligence based on it, through the Microsoft Graph. 

Tayo Adegoke by Tayo Adegoke

SPO Image Resizing and How to Format New Visual Content

One Question I have been getting asked since SharePoint Online came out is about content images. How should they be formatted? What are the dimensions of a banner image? How do the images look at different window and screen sizes?

Andrew Jordan by Andrew Jordan

Sharing Documents from a Private Team to non Team Members

I was asked today, "how can I share documents in a from a private team with other people in the team with out adding them to the Team?" A quick web search didn't seem promising, but with a little testing I found out you could.

Craig Jahnke by Craig Jahnke

SSL Certificate Basics

SSL certificates are a common part of system administration, but how much do you know about how SSL certificates work?  Sure you've installed certificates before, but what makes the client trust them?  Let's look at some of the basics to help understand how SSL certificates function and how to resolve some common types of issues.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

IoT 101: Data Flow

First, there were things. Then we created the Internet. Actually, it was actually Al Gore who claimed that he invented the Internet. Ok. thats not true. But what is true is that you can not have Internet of Things until you have data that flows from things to the internet. This blog post will help you understand the flow of data.

Lwin Maung by Lwin Maung

Creating PCB from scratch (for IoT devices)

In this blog post, we will discover how to create Printed Cricuit Boards (PCB). A custom PCB can enable you to create almost any electronic device. 

Lwin Maung by Lwin Maung

The four Ws of IoT: Who, What, Where, and Why

Tell me a company that does not want to IoT a device and I will give you a dollar -- Ok. Let's not get ahead of ourselves there. I know they exists but I am here to go over the concept of IoT and why it might matter to you (if it does not already). This blog post is go over the who, what, where, and why of this concept known to us as Internet of Things. We will discuss how in the next series of blogs. 

Lwin Maung by Lwin Maung

Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make Getting Started with Azure: #9— Not retraining or restructuring existing employees

Last time, we covered the need for a company adoption strategy in your Azure implementation journey. Here’s another roadblock you have to get past: your employees’ familiarity with your prior ways of doing things. Implementing changes without taking into consideration the need to retrain and restructure your current work dynamics can easily lead to trouble—or, at the very least, inefficiencies.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

TechTalks - An Innovation Story About Cows

In this episode of #techtalks, Nathan Lasnoski illustrates how technology and innovation can improve even the most traditional industries such as milk production. 

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Microsoft Awards Two More Concurrency Consultants as MVPs

BROOKFIELD, WI—January 10, 2017— Two Concurrency, Inc. consultants were awarded by Microsoft on January 3 as Microsoft MVPs. Drew Madelung was named an MVP in the Office Servers and Services category in recognition of his work in Office 365 and SharePoint. Bill Hughes won in the Enterprise Mobility category in honor of his work on Identity and Access solutions. 

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

Planning Your Skype for Business Voice Solution

All-in-the-cloud, on-premises, or hybrid? Whether you want (or are required) to retain functionality provided by your on-premises deployment, whether you need features that are currently available only with your on-premises voice solution, and what your plan is for moving people to the cloud depends on company’s current and future needs.

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

The Evolving World of SharePoint

Anyone who has been working with SharePoint for more than a short period of time has seen the product has go through many ups and downs. Right now I believe SharePoint is evolving to the modern age and the future looks incredibly bright. 

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

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