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Computer Vision: What does Ai see in the real world on Microsoft platform?

Microsoft Cognitive Services allows for your applications, websites, or services to become more aware of the natural surroundings by giving ability to hear, see, speak, and understand the user and environment around the user.  So, what can a computer see? Do android dream of electric sheep?

Lwin Maung by Lwin Maung

Concurrency + ServiceNow = Success!!

Learn more about how you may achieve business transformation through your partnership with Concurrency and leveraging ServiceNow

Matt Smith by Matt Smith

Changes to Cross-forest Kerberos Delegation

Microsoft is planning to introduce a security update in July 2019 that will alter the way Kerberos delegation across forest trusts work.  If ignored, this update could negatively impact applications that rely on unconstrained delegation across a forest trust.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande

ETHICS OF AI – INTRODUCTION

We are experiencing a generational shift in the impact of technology in the human experience.  The infusion of technology into every aspect of life is changing the way we live our daily lives and the way businesses engage their customers, partners, and employees.   

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Concurrency, Inc. recognized by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a 2019 Top Workplace

Concurrency, Inc., a Microsoft Partner of the Year-winning professional services firm has been named one of the “the best places to work in southeastern Wisconsin” by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in its Top Workplaces 2019 awards program. The Journal Sentinel named 150 winners in all, with employee counts ranging from 50 to over 5,000.

Kim Claditis by Kim Claditis

Driving Project Value with Program Management

According to a Project Management Institute 2018 report, only 58% of organizations understand the value of Project Management.  There may be a way to drive project value through Program Management.

Nick Rustad by Nick Rustad

Azure News - April 2019

Summary of Azure News from March and April 2019, including new VM and Disk sizes and Windows Virtual Desktop.

Mitchell Grande by Mitchell Grande