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Data governance matters now more than ever

Data governance matters now more than ever

Knowing, protecting, and governing your organizational data is critical to adhere to regulations and meet security and privacy needs. Arguably, that’s never been truer than it is today as we face these unprecedented health and economic circumstances. To help organizations ... continue reading
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Ransomware groups continue to target healthcare, critical services; here’s how to reduce risk

At a time when remote work is becoming universal and the strain on SecOps, especially in healthcare and critical industries, has never been higher, ransomware actors are unrelenting, continuing their normal operations. Multiple ransomware groups that have been accumulating access ... continue reading

DevOps with Logz.io

Abel Wang is joined by Asaf Yigal to discuss streamline observability with Logz.io's open source-based Cloud Observability platform. See how the platform unifies the best breed open source monitoring tools (Kibana, Grafana, and Jaeger) on a single pane of glass ... continue reading

Open sourcing the Java language extension for SQL Server

With over 20 years of existence, Java is still one of the most popular programming languages and is used in many enterprise applications.In SQL Server 2019, we added a Java language extension, which enables secure execution of Java programs in ... continue reading
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Azure GPUs with Riskfuel’s technology offer 20 million times faster valuation of derivatives

Exchange-traded financial products—like stocks, treasuries, and currencies—have had the benefit of a tremendous wave of technological innovation in the past 20 years, resulting in more efficient markets, lower transaction costs, and greater transparency to investors. However, large parts of the ... continue reading
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NERC CIP Compliance in Azure vs. Azure Government cloud

As discussed in my last blog post on North American Electric Reliability Corporation—Critical Infrastructure Protection (NERC CIP) Compliance in Azure, U.S. and Canadian utilities are now free to benefit from cloud computing in Azure for many NERC CIP workloads. Machine ... continue reading

Writing code and having fun with Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock

Isaac Levin joins Scott Hanselman to talk about building highly scalable applications and having fun with the Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock sample application. Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock is a multi-language application built with Visual Studio and Visual Studio ... continue reading

Secure the software development lifecycle with machine learning

Every day, software developers stare down a long list of features and bugs that need to be addressed. Security professionals try to help by using automated tools to prioritize security bugs, but too often, engineers waste time on false positives ... continue reading
Applying AI to save lives: How A Team at Microsoft made Drones Self Aware

Applying AI to save lives: How A Team at Microsoft made Drones Self Aware

One of the more memorable proof of concepts I participated in was alongside Salt Spring Island, BC based startup InDro Robotics. This drone operating outfit reached out to our to explore how they could better enable their drones for search ... continue reading
Manufacturers start by connecting equipment to the cloud.

Accelerating digital transformation in manufacturing

Digital transformation in manufacturing has the potential to increase annual global economic value by $4.5 trillion according to the IDC MarketScape.i With so much upside, manufacturers are looking at how technologies like IoT, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) can ... continue reading