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There’s always change happening when you work in IT, but what surprised me was just how much there’s been in 2014.
The New Year period is a time for reflection. An opportunity to evaluate all that has happened in the past 12 months, whilst planning for what lies ahead.
You may or may not have heard the growing technical buzz around container technology and Docker in particular. Docker is up there at the minute as one of the very hottest trends, it has featured in pretty much every prediction for 2015.
Application development requires heavy capital investment, and market demand exert pressure on time-to-market. However, there are typical project areas which increase project cost and slow down time-to-market metrics.
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This is the first in a series of articles exploring the concept of DevOps, its evolution and adoption within the Enterprise, and what you can do to equip yourself in this Brave New DevOps World.
Workflow involves the various tasks that employees must complete on a business activity, and these tasks often occur in a specific order. A workflow could be something completely non-technical, such as feeding a horse; however, it usually involves some level of interaction with technology mixed with human activity.
In this episode of The Edge Show on Channel 9 I talked about Azure AD SaaS apps integration with Eran Dvir, Senior Program Manager from Microsoft’s Identity team about what Azure AD SaaS app integration can do.
Conditional Access to company resources is something I’m especially interested in and you should be too. It gives you the ability to allow only registered devices to access files and email and that gives you (the IT Admin) the control your company requires you to have over data.
In 2012, it was 50 years since the first functioning prototype of a database management system was built. Since then the management of database systems has significantly evolved. What was a simple management task has become much more complex.