The technology industry is evolving at an ever-increasing rate. With new and updated iterations of technology launched on a yearly basis, IT professionals now require near constant training simply to keep pace.
There are several key factors to consider for IT Pro’s looking at implementing Hybrid: Getting up to speed and keeping current with new features and options as well as getting your skills up to date
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.
In terms of providing a SharePoint service, you will need to understand how an effective support model can be provided for SharePoint cloud-based solutions (through Office 365), as opposed to on-premise solutions (through SharePoint on company premises).
Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Office for Microsoft discusses the future of wearables to be anything but fashion and explains the three keys to success for wearable products.
In this episode, Brad talks about a recent trip to some customers in the mid-west, an incredible learning experience, seeing some of the real world challenges of trying to cobble point solutions together for EMM.
Amy (the other half of the data duo in our team) and I have been gate crashing the Data Culture series and other events recently to see who’s interested in Azure Machine Learning (MAML). It turns out that data scientists are pretty comfortable using their own tools and scripts be that in R and Python and while they are interested in MAML they don’t see then need for it.
I have just returned from another series of UK IT Camps, this time at our London Headquarters in Victoria. They were well attended and it was a pleasure to meet so many @TechNetUK Twitter followers as well as some old friends, MVP’s and members of the UK Microsoft Technology Community Council.
Microsoft official and Community tech events coming your way this February and beyond. Which event are you going to? Let us know via @TechNetUK.
Hi everyone, I have been a Microsoft Infrastructure person since the mid 90’s and in today’s world you hear a lot about ‘moving to the cloud’, Using Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and using software as a service (SaaS) such as Microsoft’s Office 365. However for many companies...
Really like this “considerations guide” on TechNet. It helps you think about what you, er, need to think about when planning a BYOD Project.
The word Open in IT is an emotive subject and not a word typically associated with Microsoft. But like a spring thaw under an ice sheet what seems rigid suddenly becomes fluid. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the various data related services that exist on Azure.
Azure has opened up a wealth of possibilities for startups and smaller companies that may have initially struggled with building large scale out technologies. As such, the cloud has become the home of the “transient cluster” which allows customers to spin up a large quantity of compute resource, process some data and spin the cluster down, thus only paying for what you use.