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La Réalité Augmentée arrive et ça va être énorme ! (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook)

Augmented reality is this technology which consists of superimposing digital information on top of reality. It’s been a few years now that it has landed on your smartphones and if the technology has nevertheless been rather discreet until now, augmented reality glasses could well replace your smartphones in the next few years. But what about […]

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Go hybrid with Windows Admin Center | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Hi, I’m Haley Rowland a Program Manager on the Server Management Experience Team. Hybrid Cloud has become top of mind for many of our customers. They’re realizing the business value that it provides. For example, it reduces the on-premises footprint, improves IT agility, and maximizes efficiency. One area where the value of Hybrid Cloud is […]

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Can these smart glasses do what Google couldn’t?

I have big news, everyone: I got new glasses. Do you like them? Great, thank you. The neat thing is that these are actually smart glasses, and they have a tiny little laser that’s in here that allows me to check my notifications, check the weather, talk to Alexa, get walking directions, and even call […]

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Why Bing Isn’t a Failure (& the Future of the Internet)

Here’s something you’ve never, ever heard before: “Hey, good question, you should Bing it” Okay, maybe once. But, except maybe as a punchline, nobody uses Bing. Microsoft has tried, and tried, and tried again, They redesigned the website, spent millions advertising a pun making Google look better, even paid people to use it. And yet, […]

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Overview: Intelligent Query processing in SQL Server 2019 | Data Exposed

[MUSIC].>>Hey, welcome to a new episode of Data Exposed. My name is Pedro Lopes. I’m a Program Manager in the SQL Server Engineering team. Today, I’m going to be talking about Intelligent Database, specifically, Intelligent Query Processing in SQL Server 2019, and also Azure SQL Database. So let’s get to it. SQL Server 2019 introduces […]

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Azure DevOps Server in Azure Government

[MUSIC]>>Hi, this is Steve Michelotti of the Azure Government Engineering team. I’m joined here today by Jason Ingram, Cloud Solution Architect focused on federal customers. Welcome Jason.>>Thank you very much.>>So we are here today to talk about Azure DevOps Server on Azure Governments. So why don’t we start off, give us a little bit about […]

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Integrate your File Server, SharePoint and OneDrive in one Document App

Why you should combine SharePoint, OneDrive and your File server Many companies have already switched to managing their documents in the cloud with SharePoint and OneDrive However, they sometimes find it challenging to know when to use which solution And what if the company still needs to use a file server? How do they make […]

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Google and YouTube moderators speak out

(dramatic music) – Part of the job description was, “You will be part of a team “that protects free speech online,” which makes it seem very heroic. It felt like you were putting on a cape working at Google. – Over the past year, I’ve been reporting on the lives of Facebook’s content moderators in […]

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What’s new with Windows Admin Center v1904 | Windows Server Summit 2019

>>Welcome, and thank you for joining the Windows Server Summit. I’m Daniel Lee, Program Manager on the Windows Admin Center team, and in this session we’ll be talking about what’s new in Windows Admin Center version 1904. Before we dive in, for those of you who are new to Windows Admin Center or less familiar, […]

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