Posts Tagged ‘Windows’

3 Cool Announcements From Microsoft Build 2020

I finally got a chance to attend Microsoft Build this year! Unfortunately, it was at the cost of a worldwide pandemic so I guess I shouldn’t be that excited about it. Typically, Build is held in-person with 15,000+ of your closest developer friends – it’s Microsoft’s big yearly showcase of all the innovation they’ve been […]

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Integrating AWS S3 and Windows PowerShell to Download and Rename Files

Nowadays, many companies are migrating their data to a cloud storage solution rather than on a physical server. Utilizing the cloud has been an increasingly popular solution over the past few years. The advantages of using cloud storage over physical storage include cost-effectivity, always-on availability, increased security, increased mobility, and more. One popular cloud solution […]

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 […]

How to Do Outliers Detection and Handling in Tableau

Outliers are considered as single points that are not part of 99% of datasets. Outliers represent the things that are present outside the normal experience. In this post, we will see how to detect these extreme outliers in Tableau. Steps for detecting Outliers in Tableau: I have used Tableau Superstore dataset for detecting these outliers. […]

How To Connect Your Android Phone To Your AWS-Based VPN Server

In my previous post, How to Set Up Your Own VPN Server Using Amazon Web Services, we set up and configured an OpenVPN server using Amazon Web Services, and then we configured Windows and Linux machines to use the new VPN server.  In this post, I’ll show you how to setup your Android phone to […]

How To Find And Install The Latest Patchset For Siebel IP2016

Oracle recently announced the general availability of the latest patchset for Siebel Innovation Pack 2016 (IP2016). Patchset 16.9 can be found on Oracle Support, although it is a little tricky to locate. Use these search terms to find it: For Windows, you would select this file: This takes you to the download window and the […]

Raspberry Pi 3 and IoT – Built-in Wireless and Windows 10 Support

It’s been 4 years since the first Raspberry Pi was released on February 29, 2012. In the last four years there have been a number of updates to the Raspberry Pi platform, including the Raspberry Pi 2 released 1 year ago. The Raspberry Pi has been fairly popular among hobbyist, education and industrial markets with […]

IoT development with Windows 10 and Raspberry Pi – What you need

This is my second blog article covering Windows 10 IoT Core. See the first part here: https://blogs.perficient.com/microsoft/2016/01/windows-10-iot-editions-explained/. So, you decided to develop your first IoT (embedded) application using Windows 10 IoT Core. Awesome! What do you need for that? Surprisingly, not that much. First, you need a device, a IoT board. At the moment, Windows […]

Office 2016, First Glance

With the release Office 2016, Microsoft has made their goals clear. Led by Satya Nadella (CEO), the Redmond, WA based company seeks to re-engineer our productivity and collaboration. Their strategic initiative is based on three tiers: mobility, communication, and productivity. There are many subtle changes that offer an instant feel of increased production. While composing […]

Ignite 2015 Recap – Top 3 Sessions to Replay

Welcome back from a great Ignite Conference! By now, I hope everyone knows that the conference recordings are posted to channel9, a section of MSDN. Microsoft does a great job of recording and publishing all of this content quickly, its pretty awesome. One of my biggest challenges at the conference was knowing which session to […]

Threat Resistance in Windows 10 – Ignite 2015

Enterprise and Personal Security Model revolves around: Identity protection Info protection Threat resistance Windows 10 addresses the threat resistance in the following three ways: 1. Windows Hello (will use fingerprints, facial recognition and biometrics.) Unlocks your device with biometrics and gives access to your MS passport 2. EDP (Enterprise data protection) Enrollments –> Data Ingress (everything […]

Top 10 Announcements from Build 2015 Keynote on Day 1

The 2015 BUILD Conference kicked off today, and today’s keynote was packed full of TONS of announcements and new information. Some of these things are going to be released sometime this year, but some of it has also been released to be available today! Even though you can watch the Build 2015 Day 1 Keynote […]

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