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Azure: Ask the Expert

Loved this session on Ask the Expert. Myself, Lwin Maung (another Microsoft MVP), Chris Blackburn, Swami Venkatesh, and Brandon Hartman had a session to take questions on the modern environment, Azure, cloud, and M365. Love the questions, great discussion, and a great honor to be among these interesting and intelligent gentlemen. Swami certainly wins “best […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Planning for 2022 Success: Live Edition

To kick off 2022 and to follow-up on a blog of the same name, I started the year with a video on planning for your 2022 success. In this video I talk about all the tremendous opportunities for business engagement in 2022 leveraging technology to drive your company forward. I talk about disruption, structure, and […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Loop Components: What are they?

Loop components in Teams chat present a new way to collaborate in real time without having to open a document, presentation, or spreadsheet.

Ben Lockwood by Ben Lockwood

Operate With Security As A Service And Fix The Mess!

For many IT organizations, security is run as a sprawling mess across multiple technical teams, providers and applications development staff. Many operate with overlapping responsibilities and sometimes unclear boundaries of responsibilities. Presented here is an approach to inject sound service management operating strategies, responsibilities and approaches. In other words, treat Security as a set of strategic services versus “something technical people do”.

Randy Steinberg by Randy Steinberg

Windows 11: Bluetooth dongle audio sync issue

Windows 11 is now out and as a Microsoft partner we are excited to explore the new features.  While I was doing some testing, an interesting bug presented itself.  If you use a Bluetooth headset with a dongle, you may be interested to read more…

Ben Lockwood by Ben Lockwood

Consulting for Success

Consulting with clients to improve business outcomes or solve technical problems can be very rewarding work.  There are several traits required for a consultant to be successful when engaging with clients, here are the aspects that I tend to notice.

Nick Rustad by Nick Rustad

Top Tech Leadership Priorities for 2022

In moments of transition often weak leaders freeze, unable to move or act until those around them move. The weak leader is unable to gather the team to move forward through the malaise and is challenged to reflect, think, and act. In contrast, the effective leader is able to use moments of transition to accomplish […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Moving GitHub Desktop Repo Local Directory

You have unfortunately downloaded your GitHub repo to a directory in your OneDrive synced files haven’t you? It’s synchronizing everything twice! Didn’t anyone tell you that OneDrive wasn’t supposed to be used for source code? Don’t worry. This one is actually pretty easy to fix. Close GitHub desktop and any applications currently accessing the code […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski