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Microsoft steps up its business push with its Windows 10 April 2018 Update for the HoloLens

Microsoft is continuing to intensify its business push with its HoloLens augmented reality headset with new features delivered as part of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update, plus new apps and partnerships. Microsoft’s General Manager for Mixed Reality Workplace Lorraine Bardeen said in a May 22 blog post that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (“Redstone 4”) for HoloLens would ... Read More »

Forty-six percent of Google’s SRE principles apply directly to your enterprise — what about the rest?

Video: To comply with EU, Google simplifies privacy settings When Google published its Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) book — a detailed look at how it keeps production systems running — Forrester started getting a lot of questions. “Should I do this in my enterprise IT shop?” “I’m no unicorn — can I even do these things?” And perhaps most important: ... Read More »

Design thinking, lean and agile are finally converging

The pace of software releases at the average company keeps accelerating, from month by month, to week by week, now day by day or even hour by hour. Delivering constant updates and continuous improvements calls for new ways of thinking and collaborating. Now, people want artificial intelligence built in. Photo: HubSpot In a recent post, Jonny Schneider, a consultant with ... Read More »

Design thinking, lean and agile are finally converging

The pace of software releases at the average company keeps accelerating, from month by month, to week by week, now day by day or even hour by hour. Delivering constant updates and continuous improvements calls for new ways of thinking and collaborating. Now, people want artificial intelligence built in. Photo: HubSpot In a recent post, Jonny Schneider, a consultant with ... Read More »

Technology teams deserve good UX, too

User experience (UX) is the hot topic these days, and there has been plenty of discussion about making customers or other end-users of software as happy as possible. Often overlooked, however, is the UX that technology staff members are receiving — which often leaves something to be desired. After all, technology types don’t need to apply UX to themselves, right? ... Read More »

DevOps success is about culture, culture culture

DevOps may be seen as a workflow strategy, but its implications go much deeper. DevOps is a cultural change for many organizations, and those that get it right are seeing the fruits of their collaborative labor pay off. Photo: IBM Media Relations That’s the gist of a survey of 5,296 software developers, CTOs and software professionals, conducted and released by ... Read More »

Microsoft delivers first test build of Windows Server 2019

Microsoft is making available today, March 20, the first preview build of its next on-premises Windows Server release, known as Windows Server 2019. To test the release, those interested should sign up to be Windows Insiders. The final version is slated to roll out to users in the latter half of calendar 2018, right around the same time as the ... Read More »

Microsoft 365 bundle gets a slew of updates as part of Windows 10 April rollout

Microsoft introduced its “Microsoft 365” bundle of Windows 10, Office 365 and Enterprise Mobility + Security last summer. But it’s only now — after the company’s most recent reorg and with the rollout of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update that it’s becoming an integrated product in its own right. That’s according to Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson, who after ... Read More »

The greatest resistance to Robotic Process Automation comes from IT departments

Lately, I’ve been hearing some people refer to the incoming wave of labor-replacing, process-enhancing automation as a “digital workforce,” which suggests some type of side-by-side pairing with the human workforce, just as contingent workforce gets paired with full-time workforce. Photo: Honda Whether you or not you like these new semantics, the constellation of technologies that are birthing the digital workforce ... Read More »

Lenovo is now testing Microsoft’s Windows AutoPilot deployment service

Microsoft took the wraps off its Windows AutoPilot service for setting up, resetting and recovering devices last summer. This week, Lenovo provided an update on its implementation plans for Windows AutoPilot. Credit: Lenovo At its Ignite conference in September, Microsoft officials said that starting in January 2018, Lenovo and HP would begin offering customers Windows AutoPilot. In an April 17 ... Read More »

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