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Nathan Lasnoski

Nathan Lasnoski

Nathan Lasnoski is Concurrency's Chief Technology Officer, a Datacenter MVP and a recognized leader in Core Infrastructure Design, SharePoint Infrastructure, Virtualization, and Unified Communications technologies.

Contributions by Nathan Lasnoski

AI Ethical Principals in Practice

Chapter 6.  AI Principals in Practice Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. So, assuming a company agrees that it wants to implement a technology that leverages AI and decides it wants to do it ethically, for good, what’s next?  How do we as practitioners of AI […]

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Speaking at Marquette University Career Night – October 21st

Monday, October 21st I’ll be speaking at Marquette University’s career night for the students of the Business School as part of the LEAD 1050 academic and professional development class. Looking forward to participating in helping the students of the school prepare to engage in the business world in an impactful and ethical way. This is […]

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Presenting on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence @ Microsoft Ignite

In addition to the Azure Governance and Best Practices session, I’ll also be presenting a session on a practitioners guide to the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. I’ll be talking about the Human Difference, the practical impacts of AI, and how we can address concerns in our everyday actions. Also, check out my blog series on […]

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Presenting on Top 10 Best Practices in Azure Governance and Adoption @ Microsoft Ignite

This Microsoft Ignite I’ll be presenting at two sessions on two different and very interesting topics. The first is something critical to every organization’s leveraging of the cloud… the second it critical to every organization’s leveraging of AI. Looking forward to seeing you there! Top 10 Best Practices in Azure Governance and Adoption “Learn real-world […]

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The Number One Reason to Migrate Legacy Workloads to Azure

We know that the cloud is a foregone conclusion for new workload deployment for the majority of use cases, but I am frequently challenged about legacy workloads by curious companies. There are a multitude of reasons to migrate legacy workloads, from flexibility, to control, to infrastructure-as-code, to management modernization, but today I want to focus […]

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Cloud Modernization’s Impact on Organizational Structure

The movement to the cloud is driving not only workload transformation but team transformation as well. A common question I’m asked is “how does the move to the cloud change my IT org structure?” The movement to the cloud is only one of the factors impacting the change of the IT org structure, while it […]

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Azure Cost Management Thoughts

In moving to the cloud one of the most important concepts is the transition from CapEx to OpEx management of resources. This brings both benefits and challenges which most companies are ill equipped to organize an approach around. I find that customers frequently either don’t know, or haven’t prepared their environment to properly manage costs […]

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AI Maturity Assessment

Microsoft has launched an interesting (although not comprehensive) AI maturity assessment. It certainly has a good collection of things I’d think about when considering how to leverage AI in your organization. I’m impressed it asks questions about ethics and boldness in going down a path of using AI technologies in product development or business operations. […]

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Ethics of AI – Chapter 5: AI Principles

Chapter 5: Considerations in Leveraging AI to Augment Humanity Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. With the impact of AI on the economy, business output, and life being substantial many organizations have formed to propose principles and frameworks to engaging.  The following is a set of […]

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