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Data Science: The Business Impact

  • 26 August 2020
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
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Data Science: The Business Impact

Everyone in business seems to be talking about data science. For many, we believe data science is reserved for large enterprises; however, things are rapidly changing. In fact, it's predicted that data will grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 61 percent by 2025.

10 Career Skills to Have During and Post-Pandemic 2020

10 Career Skills to Have During and Post-Pandemic 2020

As a result of the current pandemic, many are sharing a similar experience of being unemployed or underemployed. It’s a challenge for anyone to lose their job and/or begin a job which does not utilize their full skillset; however, what develops from these days of uncertainty can change the trajectory for individuals into a positive direction, if the right steps are taken. This opens the potential to leave some in a better career post-COVID-19 than before.

Focus Your Career with Role-Based Training

Focus Your Career with Role-Based Training

One of the most powerful advantages of Azure is role-based access control which makes it easy to identify everyone and provide them exactly what they need. Here we share how Microsoft is revising its entire approach to role-based training to make learning paths easier to define. 

 

The Data Journey – Path to Your Future?

  • 9 February 2019
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
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The Data Journey – Path to Your Future?

Do you find yourself thinking so hard about what you want to do next in your career that you just get frustrated? You’re not alone. With so much constantly going on in the IT world, sometimes its too much to think about, and at other times you just see nothing.

 

Get Proactive about Getting More Cloud Training – Make Your Case!

  • 7 January 2019
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
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Get Proactive about Getting More Cloud Training – Make Your Case!

In order to work in the cloud, one must expand their knowledge and add new skills. At the same time, businesses want to make more money. As you discuss technology training with your employer, here are some tips on how to make your case.

Why Microsoft Experts Want More Open Source

Why Microsoft Experts Want More Open Source preview imageMicrosoft loves Open Source! So declared Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and for very good reason. More and more of the corporate world is adopting Open Source applications and utilities to run their IT operations. In fact, Microsoft says 40% of all VMs on Azure are running Linux. Learn about the amazing things you can accomplish with Open Source, and how being part of the Open Source Community can benefit your career.

The Expanded Universe of Open Source on Azure

The Building Blocks of Microsoft - Linux & Open Source preview imageAfter decades of open warfare on Open Systems, Microsoft has made it very clear that Azure loves Open Source and is an ideal platform for building your Open Systems environments. Here’s how this broadens the horizon for you, your employer, your clients, and the IT community.

Novell. Lotus. Linux. Open Source. Across the history of Microsoft, these were the well-known nemeses. The first two have faded into relative obscurity, but Linux and Open Source have taken a different path.

Azure: An Ever-Evolving Platform

  • 1 February 2018
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
  • Number of views: 117
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Azure: An Ever-Evolving Platform preview imageWith the sheer number of new Azure subscriptions being sold every month, the odds are always increasing that the next job you take will have you working on the Microsoft Azure platform. Beyond learning how to manage resources in the world’s most popular cloud, you’ll also need to learn how to keep up with the rapid pace of advancement in this industry-leading environment.

Make the “learning curve” your friend.

Big Data: Bigger is Better and More Powerful Than Ever

  • 21 March 2017
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
  • Number of views: 119
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Big Data: Bigger is Better and More Powerful Than Ever preview imageBig data. How many times have you heard this? “Too many” is probably what you are thinking, but “not enough” is really where your head needs to be. Let’s just hope it’s not the first.

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