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23 May 2019
Keller Schroeder Cloud Readiness Assessment

  Matt Barton  – [Director, Data Center Services] Quick quiz: How many of the following Cloud related terms can you define? IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, DRaaS, BaaS, HPC, AI, BI, Cloud Native, Private, Hybrid, Public, Hyperscale, Serverless, Burstable, Elastic, CDN, EC2, Containers, Objects, Multi-tenancy, Microservices, CSP, SLA, IoT, VPC, AWS, and Azure. Confused?  You’re not alone.  The...

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27 Sep 2018
Veeam Office 365 Backup version 2

Matt Barton  – [Senior Consultant] Do you have control of your Office 365 data? Do you have access to all the items you need? The knee-jerk reaction is typically, “Of course I do,” or “Microsoft takes care of it all.” But if you really think about it — are you sure? Microsoft takes care of quite a bit,...

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25 May 2018
SharePoint News Update

Matt Mulherin  – [Applications Consultant] Microsoft has been very busy developing new and exciting features for SharePoint.  Now that SharePoint is online as part of Office 365, it is continually being updated and improved.  Microsoft’s vision for SharePoint going forward encompasses four key areas: share with confidence, transform business processes, inform and engage employees, and harness collective...

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25 Oct 2017
What is Visual Studio Team Services and How Does It Differ From TFS?

Carrie Rudolph – [Microsoft Business Unit Director] Best practices say that any custom development team should use a source control tool for versioning and collaboration.  Microsoft’s historical source control tool has been Team Foundation Server (TFS), released in 2006 and still a leader in source control today.   Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is the online version of...

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19 Jul 2017
Office 2007 Retirement Is Coming!

Chance Webster – [Systems Engineer] On October 10, 2017, Microsoft will officially retire all editions of Office 2007.  What does this mean for you?  Microsoft will no longer offer updates or provide free or paid support for the Office 2007 family of products.  If you have not upgraded the Office suite for one or more of your...

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24 May 2017
If These Devices Could Talk

Eric Maurer – [Applications Consultant] What if your devices could talk? The Internet of Things (IoT) can start to do this! What is the IoT? Putting it simply, an IoT “thing” is nothing more than a physical device connected to the internet. The device can be your phone, your thermostat, a car, or any number of...

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23 Mar 2017
Veeam + Azure: Cost Effective & Flexible Cloud Backup

Matt Barton – [Senior Consultant] Ok… 3 Questions, 30 Seconds, 300 Words…. about your backup solution.  This shouldn’t take long.   Question 1 :   Do you have an off-site backup?  Yes?  Great! No?  Why Not?  Using Veeam & Azure, quickly and easily create a cloud off-site backup, that is cost efficient & scalable based on...

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26 Jul 2016
Evansville’s SQL Server 2016 Discovery Day

Rob Wilson  – [Business Unit Director – Applications Solutions] Recently, Keller Schroeder hosted the local SQL Server 2016 launch event, coordinated by Ed Rhodes of the local Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS). Ed Rhodes of Walt’s Drive-A-Way leads the local PASS chapter with Pat Minnis of Vectren. The Saturday event consisted of presentations and demos by...

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19 May 2016
Microsoft Goes Cross Platform?

Eric Maurer  – [Consultant – Applications Solutions Group] Things have been changing recently within the Microsoft ecosystem.  You no longer have to decide to be a Microsoft shop or embrace anything but Microsoft. They are fulfilling their original promise for .NET to be a platform that can be written anywhere and run anywhere. Microsoft has now...

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15 Mar 2016
“Are You Azure It’s a-Ready?

Rob Wilson – [Business Unit Director – Application Solutions] Hint: You have to say it with an Italian accent, like “That’s one spicy a-meatball!” In our neck of the woods, folks tend to watch with a curious skepticism as the bleeding-edge early adopters go through the pains of “beta testing” newer technologies. Some call it...

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