Category Archives: CTO

CTO Articles March 2020

This post shares the articles and videos good for CTO. Executive Spotlight: Top Priorities For Security And Risk Leaders In 2019. This document showing a good security transformation. https://1drv.ms/b/s!Aje-DdIVpfjSi2b7rM_2d8ZkGHmL Four ways to maximize your business intelligence investments https://1drv.ms/b/s!Aje-DdIVpfjSi2geksh8VqN4d6Vb?e=cDSSp1 The Sprawling … Continue reading

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CTO articles (Feb 2020)

The following articles are the good read for CTO. I put them in Sway as well as the links below. https://sway.office.com/0bn8cgniE1UOZwpn?ref=Link Present Your Data Like a Pro https://hbr.org/2020/02/present-your-data-like-a-pro Are you ready to be a CTO? https://www.infoworld.com/article/3447737/are-you-ready-to-be-a-cto.html In-House Development vs. Software … Continue reading

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Microsoft a Leader in 2019 Endpoint Protection

There is a Gartner report showing Microsoft a Leader in 2019 Endpoint Protection, https://www.microsoft.com/security/blog/2019/08/23/gartner-names-microsoft-a-leader-in-2019-endpoint-protection-platforms-magic-quadrant/. Of course, many people come back and tell me “oh, Microsoft is paying to get this report”. Well, again, Symantec Trend Macro are doing this as … Continue reading

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Making the move to the cloud

This slide deck is good for the CTO to make the strategy decision on what should be in cloud and what will stay on premise. The is Microsoft data for cloud provide by Forrester. 90% Reduction in datacentre support​ needs … Continue reading

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Microsoft Flow using custom column in SharePoint

This post shows you how to create a Microsoft Flow using the existing template. In the case here, I have a Column named Approve Person in the SharePoint List. To start go to your SharePoint list and click Create a … Continue reading

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