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My Analytics Called Me Out

Ever send a meeting request to someone and have them not respond? You wait, wait, and wait but they never click accept, deny, or tentative? Then, you get to the meeting and they decline because they have something else? Or, they show up and are an active participant? Well… that someone is me. Today, My […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Default Outlook Meeting Lengths to 25 minutes and 50 minutes

This has been spoken of in various places over the last year, but I wanted to reinforce a simple change to your Outlook that will make your and your co-worker’s lives better. We often forget that we need time between meetings, especially when every meeting is a video conference. I was recently in 8 back-to-back […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Zero Trust Security

We had a great conversation on Zero Trust security, the current security landscape, why Zero Trust is important, and the adoption process. This is an interview everyone should watch.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Building a Manageable AI Framework on Azure

Had a great conversation with Jeff Lipkowitz and Swami Venkatesh on building an AI Framework on Azure. We talked about what an AI Landing Zone looks like and how we ensure the right practices are accomplished.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

It will happen to you… why Zero Trust MUST be a technology North Star for 2021

In the past month we’ve seen a tremendous increase in companies coming to us having been ransomware victims. This is in addition to the impact of Solar Winds incident and conversations about Nation State activity. These aren’t new problems we’re seeing. It’s the same general vulnerability we’ve been talking about for years, just increased in […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Modernizing and Automating IT Asset Management with ServiceNow

2020 marked a historic period of digital acceleration. Organizations had to adjust operations and quickly establish secure, scalable remote work environments to ensure continued customer engagement. Some organizations struggled while others thrived. The difference? The organizations succeeding despite challenging marketplace conditions are those that have embraced change and technology to succeed in this new normal.

Jacob Hays by Jacob Hays

Building a Manageable AI Framework on Azure

AI is arguably the most impactful technology development of our generation and has quickly moved from conceptual to immediacy. Organizations are using AI right now to drive measurable business outcomes, innovation and differentiation. It is being used to optimize workforces, and streamline data and processes. 

However, as organizations begin to expand the use of AI, we’ve noticed a common pain point. How do you govern your AI environment to maximize outcomes across your organization and avoid AI “silos” throughout the organization?   

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Ways to Use Your Digital Pen to Increase Effectiveness

The pen and the laptop… I’ve always had an interest in the idea of it working, but for many years it was a solution looking for a problem. Early on I wanted one of those spin around laptops from Acer so I could take digital notes on the clunky 10 pound laptop in class. It […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

2021 North Stars with Brian Willson

I had a great opportunity to talk with Microsoft Vice President Brian Willson about the 2021 North Stars that every technology executive should be considering. We talked about each of these five North Stars: Create digital lines of business Deliver on new revenue or operational savings through AI Get out of the datacenter business Make […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

The Data Lake vs. The Data Warehouse

Both a Data Lake and a Data Warehouse are options for storing data. While traditionally data warehouses have been the preferred storage method of organizations, recent advancements and cloud computing have seen a rise in data lakes. While both storage systems, one is not a replacement of the other, and both have their place in the modern data framework. 

Steve Campbell by Steve Campbell