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Jun

Developing a data informed and agile public service: takeaways from the FST Government event in New South Wales

FST Government is about connecting the public and private sector and they hold a series of events nationally with keynotes, expert panels and presentations from various industry, or related, luminaries. Usually, there’s “something for everyone”, with a wide range of themes around the central event theme. ... read full post

Posted by:  Doug Baxter , Solution Specialist |  15 June 2018

Digital Transformation, Business Transformation, FST, Government


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11

Jun

SharePoint 2019 - what’s in it for me?

Microsoft has just announced the new SharePoint 2019 release dates to the market and it seems they have been busy packing SharePoint Online with lots of new features and capabilities, which are backed by Azure and Artificial Intelligence. ... read full post

Posted by:  Ashish Trivedi , Principal Consultant |  11 June 2018

SharePoint, Azure, Content Management, ECM


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24

May

How did the legendary rock band Eagles adjust and transform after a huge change?

Jan 18, 2016 I thought the world stopped. Glen Frey from the rock band Eagles – that I grew up adoring – had passed away, and I was certain it was the end of the road. No more “Hotel California” or “Desperado”. I was absolutely gutted. ... read full post

Posted by:  Lars Agger , Practice Manager |  24 May 2018

Digital Transformation, AI. Machine Learning, Big data


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21

May

Microsoft Build 2018

One of the premiere events each year for developers is Microsoft Build, held this year in Seattle Washington. Developers get to try out new technology and features with a little networking mixed in. Each year, big tech companies bring out their very best to impress the developer community into using their products and tools, and Microsoft Build 2018 was no exception. ... read full post

Posted by:  Andrew Conniff , Developer |  21 May 2018

Development, Microsoft Build


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10

May

Beware Password Spray style attacks targeting your ADFS

While we still need to rely on passwords, we now have to be aware of ‘Password Spray’ style attacks which target our ADFS. In the past, attackers would simply launch a ‘Brute Force Attack’ to try and effectively guess someone’s correct password to gain access – these days attackers are moving towards a more stealthy approach where they might automate this process over a much longer time frame so they don’t trip any alarms or trigger any alerts. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Caddick , Principal Consultant - CD & I |  10 May 2018

Privacy, Security, ADFS


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