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Single Sign-On in the Wild

A rash of rogue food orders with the company Deliveroo allowed hungry hackers to go on a booze and food binge in 2016—they logged in to customers’ accounts, changed delivery addresses, and ordered whatever they pleased.

Karsten Huttelmaier by Karsten Huttelmaier

Leveraging Facial Recognition in your systems

Security is an important aspect of our lives and we use various means of security every day. At the end of the day, trust is what allows someone or a network system to allows for access. Imagine that you are a newborn baby. The first few things you learn to trust is the sound of your mother. ... just like infants, the computers can be taught to trust the good identifiable features from bad ones by reinforced training. Let's see how that is accomplished.

Lwin Maung by Lwin Maung

Beer 30 - Live from Ignite with Alex Frankel

In this episode, recorded onsite at Microsoft Ignite, Nathan sits down with Alex Frankel to discuss Azure Blueprints-enabling quick, repeatable creation of fully governed environments.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

User Experience Process & Strategy | Super Mario Brothers & Chaos Theory

We have experiences woven into technology ranging from 0-Dimensions involving the realm of sound, all the way to 3-Dimensional space in which overlaid objectivity heightens what we perceive.

Understanding these experiences as humans intertwined into the realm of technology, involves a host of various sciences and areas of thought.

This is not to say that other areas of a User Centered Strategy are not important, but the gravity of doing a User Persona and a User Journey can be positively felt through out a project as it impacts who the intended use encapsulates.  Likewise the positive impact of group consensus over UI Layout, and the effectiveness of approved visual language kindles what is typically referred to as fuzzy-design-logic into clarity.

Damon Sanchez by Damon Sanchez

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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