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Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make Getting Started with Azure: #6— Over-Intermediating the Cloud UX to Control Deployment

Our last posts covered structuring and securing your Azure environment. Now, we’ll focus on a topic important for its actual use: how strictly to control deployment.
 
What people often do is create a portal between developers and Azure itself. This isn’t surprising, as it’s probably what they have on-premises: a portal that exists between developers and the servers that run the applications.
 

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Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make Getting Started with Azure: #7— Ignoring Identity, RBAC and Conditional Access

Now that your Azure Environment is effectively and properly structured, as noted in our previous post, we come across a slippery slope that must be avoided. Now that it has been created, it needs to be secured. It has become second nature to use a seatbelt, lock doors and assure the area is clear when entering or exiting a vehicle, and we must direct that line of thinking when it comes to employing technology.
 

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Tech Talks - How Backup Changes in Azure

In this week's episode of #TechTalks, watch as Concurrency CTO, Nathan Lasnoski, explains how server backup changes with your cloud migration.

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Tech Talks - Careers & Digital Transformation Series: Time

In this week's episode of #TechTalks, watch as Concurrency CTO, Nathan Lasnoski, explains how time factors into your career. When considering the priorities of our life, time really is the only commodity we have.
 

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Tech Talks - Executing a Successful Analytics Project

In this week's episode of #TechTalks, watch as Concurrency CTO, Nathan Lasnoski, explains executing #analyticsprojects and the benefits that come from the additional insight into our daily lives.

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Concurrency speakers dominate Midwest Management Summit 2017

Concurrency will send a group of speakers to this year’s annual Midwest Management Summit in Minneapolis. The Summit is a 4-day conference purposely sized to just 750 to ensure maximum experience for attendees.

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