The Women of Learning Tree: Lisa Bazlamit

In honor of International Women’s Day and the incredible female leaders we have at Learning Tree, we are going to showcase them through a series of blogs: The Women of Learning Tree.   Lisa Bazlamit  Title: Director, Customer Care and Sales Enablement Years at Learning Tree: 29 Tell us about yourself. Did you set your sights […]
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The Women of Learning Tree: Tricia Sacchetti

In honor of International Women’s Day and the incredible female leaders we have at Learning Tree, we are going to showcase them through a series of blogs: The Women of Learning Tree. First up:  Tricia Sacchetti  Title: Vice President, WW Marketing Years at Learning Tree: 10+ Tell us about yourself. Did you set your sights […]
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Transformational Leadership for Women — 4 Things Every Woman Leader Should Do Right Now

“The truer you are to yourself, the greater your gifts will manifest themselves.” — Tiffany L. Jackson One of the benefits of working for a training organization is having ready-access to a full library of courses and on-demand products. Recently, I was lucky enough to be able to participate in a live training event in […]
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Batch Mode Processing for Row Data in SQL Server 2019

Batch mode processing was introduced in SQL Server in 2012, the same time as columnstore indexes. The combination of the two prevented SQL Server from needlessly processing column values not needed by a query, as it must do in classic row processing. This processing mode also permits SQL Server to take better advantage of cache […]
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Let’s Explore ITIL® 4

With 12 years elapsed since the launch of ITIL v3 a key question on all our minds is how different will ITIL 4 be?  In our previous blogs, we have shared AXELOS’s vision and business value for ITIL 4, why launch in 2019 and the structure of the ITIL 4 qualification framework.  In this blog, […]
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