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Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3 Outtakes (Part 2)

In the conclusion to “Lunch Break” Season 3, these deleted scenes have Brad on the road with Paul Fipps (CIO & EVP, Under Armour), Jim Fowler, (CIO, General Electric), and Mark Russinovich (CTO, Microsoft Azure), and Brad Strock (CIO, PayPal). Mark and talks about what job to give Doc. Brown (Back to the Future) if you’re trying to staff a promising new startup, and Jim takes us behind the sce...

Overview of Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics for Your Datacenter

Lead security engineer, Michael Dubinsky demonstrates Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics, which combines machine learning and deterministic capabilities to detect, prioritize and investigate advanced attacks and insider threats within your datacenter. Watch as he orchestrates real-world attack scenarios and ATA detection in action in near-real time. Learn also how ATA integrates with your existin...

Free eBook: Master PowerShell tricks (Volume 1)

Master PowerShell tricks (Volume 1) is part of the Amazon KindleUnlimited program but also just a free purchase from Amazon. The purpose of the 113 page, Kindle format ebook… …is to showcase the amazing expertise of our guest speakers at the North American MVPDays Community Roadshow. They have so much passion, expertise, and expert knowledge that it only seemed fitting to write it down...

Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3 Outtakes

Today Season 3 starts to wrap up with the first in a pair of outtakes episodes – it’s all the best stuff we couldn’t fit into the other shows, but it’s just too good to leave on the cutting room floor. In this episode, Brad talks with Jim Fowler, (CIO, General Electric), Paul Fipps (CIO & EVP, Under Armour), and Mark Russinovich (CTO, Microsoft Azure). They cover why it’s such a big deal that ...

Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3, Episode 10 with Brad Strock, CIO, PayPal – Part 2

Today’s episode is part 2 of Brad Anderson’s chat with Brad Strock, the CIO of PayPal. The Brads talk about why de-stigmatizing failure is such a valuable approach to IT innovation, as well as their first jobs (both started out as mechanical engineers), and writing code on punchcards. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections k...

Overview of Windows as a Service

With Windows 10, Microsoft made the shift to delivering Windows as a service which introduces a new way for how it’s built, deployed and serviced. In the next five minutes, Michael Niehaus will demystify the core components of the Windows as a service model. The build release process and update cadence as well as review the upcoming enhancements that further streamline the model. Looking for...

Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3, Episode 9 with Brad Strock, CIO, PayPal

Today Brad starts a really interesting conversation with another Brad — none other than the CIO of PayPal, Brad Strock. Brad has the distinction of executing a very rare feat in the field of IT: Overseeing the unbelievably complex technical requirements that accompanied the divorce of PayPal and eBay. Brad shares some great inside info on that process, as well as his organization’s status as...

Deployment and Configuration of the ConfigMgr Cloud Management Gateway

This video provides an overview of deployment and configuration of the Cloud Management Gateway using the current branch of System Center Configuration Manager. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!

Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3, Episode 8 with Mark Russinovich, CTO, Azure

After a great first half of their discussion before the holiday break, Mark Russinovich (CTO, Microsoft Azure) and Brad spend the second part of their drive talking about his successful side-career as a novelist, the amazing rate of public cloud adoption by enterprises over the last year, and they play the “Is This a Real Startup?” game. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for...

Tech Book: Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Step by Step

Microsoft Press recently released a new book covering the latest SharePoint version, 2016. Authored by Olga M. Londer and Penelope Coventry, the 576 page book covers how to… Customize your team site’s layout, features, and apps Manage and share ideas, documents, and data Capture and organize content into lists and libraries Automate business processes with built-in workflows Use social...

Brad Anderson’s Lunch Break: Season 3, Episode 5 with Justin Kershaw, CIO & CVP, Cargill

In this episode Brad hops in the car with Justin Kershaw, the CIO & CVP at Cargill – the largest publicly held company in the U.S. At any given time, Cargill can have up to 20% of the world’s food in their supply chain, and this means Justin is a very busy man. In the first half of their discussion, Brad and Justin talk about how Cargill uses the cloud to learn from and innovate with data, Jus...

Watch the WinHEC 2016 Keynote Right Here On-Demand

Today, at the Windows Hardware Engineering Community event (WinHEC) in Shenzhen, China, we joined our partners and hardware engineering creators from around the world to talk about our vision for building the next generation of modern PCs supporting mixed reality, gaming and more; to make mixed reality mainstream; and to introduce always-connected, more power efficient cellular PCs running Windows...