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The Increasing Need for Database Clustering

The database is a significant piece of any application, ready to store and retrieve information for manipulation. The database server itself might be the back-end of a database application (the occurrence), or it might be the equipment PC that has the example. Now and again, it might even allude to the mix of both equipment […]

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How Cloud Improves Disaster Recovery

The following is the sixth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. In our last blog in this series, we examined how security improves with cloud. In this blog, we will look at how cloud enhances disaster recovery (DR) practices and provides a better […]

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5 Technology Quotes to Motivate You Through a Monday

How To Make it Through a Monday Some people love Mondays and some people hate them. If you love Mondays, more power to you. Embrace the week with a fresh perspective, smile, and share your favorite tips to crush your work week in the comments below. If you hate Mondays, you might consider a strategy […]

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Data Ethics – The Profound Impacts of New Technology

Data ethics and security have been around a long time – as long as data. Constantly evolving. But, continued tech advancement has made a profound impact. So, data security and data ethics is more important than ever. 1. Magnified Relevance Tech has enabled an exponential increase of data. We know this. The more data, the […]

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Machine Instruction 3.0: Express Your Desire

The evolution of expressing our machine instruction. Let’s get there together. Machine Instruction 1.0 In the past, we taught our computers what to do by expressing our desires with exact instruction. Classic computer programming that listed step by step instructions. We taught our machines how to behave. Arguably, even legacy artificial intelligence worked this way. Of course, this way of directing […]

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Machine Learning Models Have People Skills

I like seeing patterns across domains. Consider machine learning models and employees. Both models and people can be appraised. What is an employee appraisal? Employee “performance appraisal has three basic functions: (1) to provide adequate feedback to each person on his or her performance; (2) to serve as a basis for modifying or changing behavior […]

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Upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition (Part 2)

Welcome back to the second blog in our upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition series. If you are just joining us for the first time, I encourage you to check out the first blog in this series as it covers some important concepts for you IT admins out there! This time we’ll be discussing […]

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Types of Apps in Microsoft Teams

If you have been using Teams on a regular basis you may have noticed the importance and value that apps can provide. However, in certain circumstances you may not want all app types available to everyone in your organization. For that reason, we’ll be discussing the different app types and the value they can provide. […]

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How Cloud Brings Improved Security

The following is the sixth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. Cloud’s capabilities are far reaching and impact the whole business. While many have heard of the speed and agility that cloud enables and the innovation that allows, cloud’s capabilities go beyond that. […]

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The Importance of OCM in Application Modernization Projects

In the post Tips for Getting Started with Application Modernization, we touched on the importance of organizational change management (OCM) in application modernization efforts. In this blog, I want to explore that further and talk about why OCM is necessary when modernizing your applications – or in any project. What is OCM? Change management can […]

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Running Docker in Windows For a Lightweight Solution

“Operating system” (or OS) is a phrase that everyone in IT knows. The first thing that clicks in most of our minds when we think of an OS is Windows, but many OSes available in the market give you a similar experience to Windows. Most developers, coders, or system administrators use services like Hypervisors or […]

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Migrating REST API from IBM Integration Bus to Spring Boot

In this blog post, we will learn how to Migrate IIB REST application to Spring Boot. The topics covered in this use case include: Create SpringBoot Project Creating Model class from Swagger Pom File Define Database Configuration Entity Class JPA Data Repository Rest Controller Service Class Build and Run the Project. Create Spring Boot Project […]

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Top 5 Requests for Microsoft Teams Features and Functionality

Microsoft Teams has increased its features and functionality by leaps and bounds over the past couple years and this is only the start! Microsoft has invested a lot of time and effort into this tool to make it the true “hub for teamwork” that they intend for it to be. With all that being said, […]

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Microsoft Teams and SharePoint: “Teamify” Answers Office 365 Confusion

Microsoft Teams is hot. It increases collaboration and helps simplify the UX. It’s also the answer to many of your adoption and usage issues. Adoption change management is critical to your productivity success and for any Office 365 and Microsoft Teams deployment. Teams and SharePoint are better together. When create a Team for your existing […]

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4 Steps to Get Started with Containers

The following is the fifth blog in a series about software containers and Kubernetes, and their importance in modern application delivery. So far in this series, we have explored the evolution of containers, their benefits, the importance of container management platforms and how to choose which of them is best for your business, and some […]

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iReceivables Blog Series – Part 2

In Part 2 and the last of my iReceivables blog series I will dive deeper into some of the application’s cool features, review a feature and its related issues that are not so cool and finally give tips for a successful implementation as I had promised to do in my iReceivables blog series-Part 1. Recap […]

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Overview of Pivotal Container Service (PKS)

Last week at Pivotal’s SpringOne conference in Austin, there was a lot of hype around Pivotal’s container offering, PKS. PKS enables provisioning, operation, and management of enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters. I attended the SpringOne sessions about the PKS patterns and best practices for delivering the Kubernetes ecosystem. If you weren’t able to attend, I summarized the […]

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What’s Coming to Teams? (Q4 2019)

We’re just over a week into Q4 of 2019 which means Microsoft Ignite is just around the corner! Microsoft Ignite is not one to disappoint when it comes to new updates around Skype for Business and Teams. With that being said, let’s take a look at the Microsoft Roadmap and see what they have in […]

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Teams Tip: Blocking PSTN numbers in Teams

Are you plagued with constant robo calls, spam calls, calls from telemarketers, or calls from that one person you just really don’t want to speak to? Well you’re in luck, because now you can easily block any PSTN numbers within Teams! In today’s Teams tip we’ll outline a small feature Microsoft released in Teams that […]

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Upgrading to Microsoft Teams: IT Admin Edition (Part 1)

If you’ve read my previous blogs, I talked a lot about the upgrade process from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams. However, this covered the overall planning process but did not cover what things would look like from an IT administrator perspective. Well, lucky for you that is what we’ll be covering in this blog! […]

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