In the first installment of the 3 part mini-series on Power BI, we discussed what is fresh and exciting with the newest version of the cloud-based business analytics service. Here is why Power BI is your most valuable tool when transforming business data in to powerful visuals.
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Let’s face it, most of us can’t go more than 10 minutes without utilizing some sort of technology. And while it constantly advances for the good and exists to simplify life, you can never be too cautious when it comes to safeguarding your digital footprint.
If you’ve been watching the news lately, you’ve probably heard that the “almighty and unhackable” Apple iOS has been infected with a malicious virus. The new malware, called XcodeGhost, came from developers in China using an infected version of Xcode, an Apple app developer kit.
Ever need to share a document with a co-worker or team member and you get stuck emailing back and forth five different copies? It gets confusing and inevitably, someone edits the wrong copy and you have to start all over again to make sure everyone’s involvement is captured. If you are an Office 365 user, you can effortlessly share documents through OneDrive and live edit them together.
Over the last couple months, I have talked a lot about Azure and Serverless Office. This conversation is mostly about eliminating hardware in your office and putting the resources into the cloud. One stumbling block in the past is how to deal with the security architecture for this.
Viruses. Malware. Ransomware. Cryptolocker. If you hear these words, you’re likely already having a bad day. If your IT person hears these words, he might want to crawl under his desk and cry.
Have you ever had one of those documents that turns into many emails, a series of meetings and multiple versions in order to get it finalized? The time spent managing this document turns out to be more than was actually spent on the document. What if there was a better way?
Summer is almost over. You’ve been relaxing on the beach and thinking about going server-less. You've decided it's a great idea! You're ready to work through the details.
Microsoft has announced that SharePoint Server 2016 will become generally available in Q2 2016, with a public beta planned for Q4 2015. After much speculation and questions about the future of the on-premises version, this announcement verifies Microsoft’s commitment to the on-premises version for the foreseeable future.
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