Sales: Deal Finder with Machine Learning

Sales: Deal Finder with Machine Learning - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Deal finder now uses machine learning powered by SAP Leonardo to score leads. Loading... Loading... Working... Original link
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Machine Learning: Activity Intelligence

Machine Learning: Activity Intelligence - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Activity engagement now includes tasks in the side pane, and e-mail and calendar data can be captured automatically from server-side integration. Loading... Loading... Working... Original link
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Mobile: Barcode Scanner - Search and Add Products in Surveys

Mobile: Barcode Scanner - Search and Add Products in Surveys - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Scan product barcodes to add and search for products in surveys. Loading... Loading... Working... Original link
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The Current State of Microsoft Integration Related Content

With technology changing fast and services in the cloud evolve more rapidly than their on-premise counterparts creating and updating content around those services becomes challenging. Microsoft Integration has expanded over the years from Grid their the on-premise offering BizTalk Server to multiple cloud services in Azure like Service Bus, Logic Apps, API Management, Azure Functions, Event Hubs, and Event. Introduction The server product BizTalk has numerous available content types like Microsoft Docs, Blog posts, online recordings, and presentations. Does this also apply to the mentioned Azure Services? Yes and no, because of the rapid change content is out-of-date fast and people creating the material have a hard time keeping up. At least for me, it’s a challenge to keep up and produce content. The Questions Do Integration minded people in the Microsoft ecosystem feel the same way as I feel? Or what’s there view about content? To find out I...
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5 Things That 2018 Will Bring to the Tech Industry

The New Year is here and is already shaping up to be a transformative year in the tech world. Here are five things to be on the lookout for in the next 12 months. 1. The Demise of ICOs Cryptocurrency became one of the biggest buzzwords of 2017. As interest in the blockchain-fueled tech exploded, investors found their opportunities in ICOs, or initial coin offerings. Similar to initial public offerings in that they generate capital for a company to grow and expand, these ICOs were far more specialized and a lot less regulated than IPOs. As the SEC ramps up their scrutiny , launching an ICO will be much harder with regulatory enforcement and decreased interest from investors leading to other more traditional forms of investment in blockchain technologies. 2. Serious AR Dev and Hardware It’s been a while since Pokemon Go made its splash in the world as the...
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Cybersecurity: What Are the Next Steps?

One can argue that Cyber-crime is one of the main threats facing businesses in the modern world. So much, in fact, that it’s expected to cost the world as much as $6 trillion annually by the year 2021 . This is a startling fact and speaks volumes to the all-too-often overlooked dangers of cyber-crime in this day and age. Because of this, it is important for firms to ask themselves where they are failing in cybersecurity, and how they can take more meaningful measures towards protecting themselves. Failures in Cybersecurity According to The Atlantic , only approximately one-half of all CEOs believe they are ready for the eventuality of a cyber attack or breach. This means that the other half, the unprepared ones, are vulnerable to breaches from attackers and malicious sources. Not only is this threatening to the companies under attack, but also to every individual with data stored...
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Stef’s Monthtly Update – September 2017

September 2017, the last month at Macaw and about to onboard on a new journey at Codit Company. And I looking forward to it. It will mean more travelling, speaking engagements and other cool things. #Cyanblue is the new blue. Below a picture of Tomasso , Eldert , me,  Dominic ( NoBuG ), and Kristian in Olso (top floor or Communicate office). I did a talk about Event Grid at NoBug wearing my Codit shirt for the first time. Month September September was a month filled with new challenges. I onboarded the Middleware Friday team and released two episodes (31 and 33): Azure Event Grid Integration end-to-end monitoring challenges in Microsoft Azure today! Moreover, I really enjoyed doing these type of videos and looking forward to create a few more as I will be presenting an episide every alternating week. Subsequently, Kent will continu with episodes focussed around Microsoft Cloud...
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Route Blob storage events to multiple subscribers using Azure Event Grid

A few weeks ago Azure Event Grid service became available inpreview. This service enables centralized management of events in auniform way. It’s scales with you when the number of eventsincreases. And this is made possible by the foundation the eventgrid relies on service fabric. Not only does is auto scale you alsodo not have to provision anything beside a Event Topic to supportcustom events (see my blog Routing an Event with a custom Event Topic ). Event Grid isServerless, you only pay for each action (Ingress events, Advancedmatches, Delivery attempts, Management calls). Moreover, the pricewill be 30 cents per million action in preview, and will be 60cents once the service will be GA. Azure Event Grid can be described as an event broker that hasone of more event publishers and subscribers. Event publishers arecurrently Azure blob storage, resource groups, subscriptions, eventhubs and custom events. More will be added in the...
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Are You Ready For Wal-Mart’s New Supplier Initiative?

READY FOR SOME PAIN?  HOW ABOUT FINES? According to a recent, trending article published in Bloomberg , – suppliers to Wal-Mart could be facing some majorhurt. The large retail chain is cracking down on deliveryscheduling with a new program “On-Time, In-Full”. Veterans ofEDI remember when Wal-Mart was known as the 800 pound gorilla,because of their heavy-handedness when it came to EDI compliance. Now it seems they have taken compliance to a new level when itcomes to the delivery of goods. I can understand why Wal-Mart is going in this direction.  Theyare facing increased competition from Amazon and other retailers,and need to find efficiencies wherever they can.  I can attest tonot finding a product on a Wal-Mart shelf and never going back. They can’t afford to be out of stock, and cannot afford to becarrying excess inventory either. If you need assistance in meeting Wal-Mart’s demands arounddelivery scheduling, we may be able to help, especially with theEDI transactions that will...
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The 5 Scariest Information Security Trends and Risks in 2017

No one is immune to information security risks in 2017. In thelast year, there’s been a 38 percent increase in security incidents. By 2019,experts estimate that hackers will cause $2 trillion in damage tobusinesses each year, which represents a four-fold increase over2015. Security incidents aren’t just embarrassing–they can costmillions of dollars in legal and compliance fees. Modernorganizations can’t afford to make security an afterthought.It’s officially time to arm yourself with talented securityspecialists and stand prepared. Read on to learn five of thebiggest reasons 2017 will be the scariest year in security so farand how you can mitigate the risks. 1. Ransomware If one of your employees clicks on the wrong link, it could costyour company thousands of dollars or more. Ransomware is a highlyautomated form of cybercrime, and it typically involves the“locking” of your company data with strong encryption until youmeet the criminal’s demand to fork over thousands of dollars....
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