How to Build a Predictive Model Using Azure Machine Learning

In this article, we’ll use Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning (ML) service to predict breast cancer diagnoses from test data. If you don’t have an Azure account, a free trial is available. Note that, at the time of writing, ML is in preview, so the details may change. However, the basic concepts should still apply. Obtaining […]
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Office 365 Service Requests: Customer Service in the Cloud

Season’s greetings! Seems like forever ago since my last post. I have been heads-down working on the upcoming Learning Tree Office 365 course. As part of writing the course I have had to provision multiple Office 365 subscriptions. The development team is using Office 365 as a way to collaborate on the course documents. It […]
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Office 365: A Cloud-based Productivity Tools Solution

It is with great pleasure that I can announce the development of this new Cloud and Office course by Learning Tree International! Microsoft Office 365 offers access to familiar Office applications that are updated and licensed directly from the cloud. There are also online versions of Exchange, SharePoint and Lync Online productivity services. This course […]
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Microsoft and The Cloud

Observations from Microsoft Tech-Ed 2010 I have spent the better part of this past weekend reviewing material from this year’s Tech-Ed conference which took place in New Orleans last week. In this post I offer my take on what seems to be Microsoft’s emerging position and strategy concerning cloud computing. Certainly there is the Azure […]
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