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Thank You For Attending Our 4th Lunch & Learn Event :: ROADMAP TO THE CLOUD - (Shootout Round Two) AWS vs AZURE, Platforms in the Cloud

Thanks to all who attended our 4th Lunch & Learn event, at our 4th  event on April 28th 2016. We talked about how to compare and contrast the public cloud platform offerings of Microsoft’s Azure with Amazon’s Web Services.

We also talked about how to position and leverage public cloud infrastructure within your organization.

- QB
- VoIP
- LinkedIn
- SalesForce

To learn more, please click to the following presentation link from our past Lunch & Learn event on April 28th 2016.

Lunch & Learn Presentation


We would like to thank all who visited our booth at the InsideNGO 2015 show in Washington, D.C. 
It was a pleasure to meet you personally, giving us the great opportunity to share and exchange our thoughts, our company services and experiences with you all.

Congratulations to Josephine Jonah-Williams, winner of a Kindle Paperwhite.

Josephine Jonah-Williams
Regional Finance Director
Catholic Relief Services
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

MadWolf Technologies Staff Fencing Event!


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Diagnosing and building better SharePoint 2013 apps in VS 2013

When you are building a SharePoint 2013 app, it is not just able building a pretty and functional app.
Now your apps also need still need to performance on Mobile devices slower internet contentions, limited power constraints and on multiple browsers. With two VS 2013 features, Performance and Diagnostic Hub.

you can solve the problems.

With both you can debug your SharePoint app in different browsers at the same time and get analysis on client JavaScript Memory, CPU Usage and memory usage to investigate speed, efficiency and memory leaks. And even simulate Energy Consumption on different Mobile devices your App is consuming. Together they are a great combined tool set in VS 2013 for improving you SharePoint 2013 apps.

SharePoint Hybrid Is Growing

The hybrid SharePoint farms are growing with businesses and way Microsoft is architecting and developing is going in that direction for now and to the 2016 release. They are developing using the agile methodology to the online version. So all of the new development for their new products being released to their on-line environment first. And by 2016 release they will package as much of that development to their on premise product. But features like power Bi will only be available to SharePoint online. They are also architecting SharePoint online to be able to connect to more and more on-promise data sources. 

Some companies have requirements for a simple intranet that can be completely hosted in the cloud, but have requirements to keep their AD on promises, so Dir sync is used to sync the users data to the cloud. Using a hybrid approach is a good way to go reduce costs and Administration time using SharePoint online and still be able to consume on premise elements to create the best system for your enterprise.

Some Hybrid environment examples
  1. Running out of the box intranet with simple team site and document collaboration.  With around 100 to 1000 users on as a SharePoint online company intranet. With an on promise Active directory and use DirSync to sync all user profile and AD data to the cloud. 
  2. Accounting and fiancé user utilize a Power BI on a SharePoint online site that Connects to a SQl server back end using Power BI Analysis Services Connector.

‘Aim Small and Miss Small’

‘Aim Small and Miss Small’
Darren Harrison
Business Analyst

The Washington. D.C. region held its SharePoint Saturday on October 25 at Microsoft’s Reston campus and MadWolf Technologies were well represented with four members of staff sitting through a day full of training seminars and discussions on the capabilities and possibilities provided by SharePoint.

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MadWolf Technologies is a 2014 SmartCEO GovStar Finalist

Washington, DC (Aug. 14, 2014) — Washington SmartCEO and Title Sponsor Chase and J.P. Morgan are pleased to announce the 2014 GovStar award finalists. The GovStar awards celebrate 45 finalists that have demonstrated excellence in the complex and competitive government contracting sector. The 2014 GovStar finalists collectively generate more than $3.2 billion in annual revenue and employ over 9,900 individuals in Greater Washington. This year’s finalists will be profiled in the November/December issue of Washington SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at an awards ceremony on November 10, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.

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Roz Gompers member of (NAPW) National Association of Professional Women

My name is Roz Gompers and my professional title is Director of Operations at MadWolf Technologies. Throughout my career, I have worn many hats starting with Customer Services then moving to Financial Adviser. I started working with a small service company and was able to grow and achieve success in the development of the Sales and Marketing division while providing financial goals for the company. In 2001, I was asked to join the MadWolf Technologies team. I had never worked for a woman-owned business and was eager to be involved with this high level IT firm. I am able to use my skills to accomplish my professional goals. I joined the National Association of Professional Women because I believe that I will be able to network with other professional women and that we can share business knowledge and everyday challenges. I am currently working on my renewal of the GSA Schedule 70. I do enjoy reading, travel, sewing and being with family.

Guiding Eyes

Professional Goals
I have achieved success in sales and marketing and love the opportunity to share knowledge and accomplish goals. I am working on my GSA Schedule 70.

I am proud of achieved status by wearing many hats and not being afraid to grow.

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My name is Mark, and this is my first time writing a blog article for Madwolf. It’s only appropriate that I begin by telling you a bit about myself, and hope that you would be inclined to share a bit about yourself as well in response.   My position with Madwolf is Senior Systems Engineer.  What does that mean exactly? It means it’s a title. It means that I know a lot about some things, but it doesn’t mean I know everything. But you, as a customer / reader can be assured that one way or the other I’m going to figure out your problem and bring it to resolution, or I’m going to find another staff member or outside resource that can.   That is one of the benefits of working for Madwolf (and being a customer).  We have resources available to solve IT related problems even when we can’t solve them ourselves. We are partnered with many industry leader resources such as Microsoft, Dell, Amazon and others so that we can provide the best support to take care ...

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MadWolf Technologies will attend the InsideNGO 2014 Annual Conference in Washington, DC on July 29-31, 2014

MadWolf Technologies will attend the InsideNGO 2014 Annual Conference in Washington, DC on July 29-31, 2014

“Sustaining Excellence in a Changing World”

The InsideNGO Annual Member Conference is the premier event for its members and one of the largest gatherings of professionals in the international relief and development NGO community. 

Please come and visit us booth #27.

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