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“Lunch Break” deleted scenes:  How to Fix Flat-lining Productivity & Why Azure Stays Competitive

“Lunch Break” deleted scenes: How to Fix Flat-lining Productivity & Why Azure Stays Competitive

Today Season 3 starts to wrap up with the first in a pair of outtakes episodes – it’s all the best stuff we couldn’t fit into the other shows, but it’s just too good to leave on the cutting room floor. In this episode, I talk with Jim Fowler, (CIO, General Electric), Paul Fipps (CIO & EVP, Under...

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Partnership Update:  Microsoft & Citrix

Ever since Microsoft and Citrix announced a significant reinvigoration to our long-standing partnership at Citrix Synergy in May, things have been very busy. At today’s Citrix Summit event, Scott Guthrie (the EVP of Microsoft’s Cloud + Enterprise organization and my boss) and Kirill Tatarinov (Citrix CEO and President) shared an update on the status of...

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The CTO of Azure Talks About Writing Novels & Why Cloud Adoption Keeps Accelerating

The CTO of Azure Talks About Writing Novels & Why Cloud Adoption Keeps Accelerating

After a great first half of our discussion before the holiday break, Mark Russinovich (CTO, Microsoft Azure) and I spend the second part of our drive talking about his successful side-career as a novelist, the amazing rate of public cloud adoption by enterprises over the last year, and we play the “Is This a Real...

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The CIO/CVP of Cargill Uses the Cloud to Track 20% of the World’s Food Supply

The CIO/CVP of Cargill Uses the Cloud to Track 20% of the World’s Food Supply

In this episode I kick off my two-part conversation with Justin Kershaw, the CIO & CVP at Cargill – the largest privately held company in the U.S. At any given time, Cargill can have up to 20% of the world’s food in their supply chain, and this means Justin is a very busy man. In the...

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February updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of February 2016, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: Gallery images were updated with Windows Administrative tools natively installed. Windows client updated to address focus issues and general service delivery improvements. HTML5 web client (preview) has been enabled for everyone and now supports both non-domain joined cloud...

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September updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of September 2015, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: Infopath added to the Microsoft Office 365 template and gallery image.  Windows client. was updated, includes end user feedback dialog (shown randomly to a subset of users) in order for user to provide connection specific feedback/response. iOS client...

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May updates to Azure RemoteApp

Within the month of May 2015, we released the following new features and capabilities for Azure RemoteApp: We fixed an issue when publishing applications using path which showed a generic icon and now displays the proper application icon. Fixed issue when users are removed from Azure Active Directory prevents adding or removing users to same...

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