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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

Five Technology North Stars to Drive 2021 Success

As 2020 quickly comes to an end and you continue to build plans for 2021, one thing remains clear. Technology will remain at the forefront of your organization’s ability to succeed despite continued challenging business conditions. 

In the latest Executive Briefing led by Concurrency, host Concurrency CTO Nathan Lasnoski and special guest Microsoft VP Brian Willson broke down five technology north stars to make your 2021 efficient, profitable, and productive. Here are the five technology north stars: 

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Disable Voicemail transcription for select users in Microsoft Teams

First need to create the new policy. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/new-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps From there you can “grant” users the new policy. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/grant-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps Modify a already existing Policy https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/skype/set-csonlinevoicemailpolicy?view=skype-ps To add a list of users we can use a recursive script to run through a txt file Putting a txt file in the same location that you run the scriptContinue reading "Disable Voicemail transcription for select users in Microsoft Teams"

Brett Janzen by Brett Janzen

Concurrency Named to WASB Business Honor Roll in Recognition of LAUNCH Partnership

BROOKFIELD, Wisconsin (November 10, 2020) Concurrency Inc. today announced it has been named to the Wisconsin Association of School Board (WASB) Business Honor Roll in recognition of its partnership with LAUNCH, the Elmbrook and Wauwatosa School District-based experiential learning high school program.  

Stephanie Siewert by Stephanie Siewert

Windows Virtual Desktop De-Mystified

I had a great conversation with Brian Voelz this week on Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). We discussed “why” WVD, moving off Citrix, and lessons learned. Brian did a great job diving into the details of each.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski