Learn how to create your first project in Orangescrum so you can start managing the PM tool with ease.
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Instead of keeping Secrets in Kubernetes manifests, store them separately. Portainer makes this quite simple; I'll show you how in this tutorial.
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Find out how Workday and ADP compare so you can choose the right payroll service for your business.
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Creating a visual that includes profit amount and profit margin is easy if you know the right DAX expressions to use in Power BI.
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Deploying a complex Docker stack isn't nearly as challenging as you think, at least when Portainer is your GUI of choice. Find out how easy this is with Portainer templates.
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Businesses should be able to set up payroll efficiently without incurring additional costs. This list of the best free payroll software solutions includes popular solutions for automating payment and benefits management.
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Especially when SharePoint lists need to be kept separate for security reasons, this Power Automate flow tutorial will help you keep both lists up-to-date.
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It’s only two years late, but the fourth generation of Xeon Scalable processors, aka Sapphire Rapids, is hitting the ground running, with every major OEM offering new servers featuring the chips.
The 4th Gen Xeon Scalable is notable because it contains a number of specialty computing engines in addition to its x86 cores, and it also has lots of cores as well; up to 60. One of the special engines is for AI acceleration, as Intel is determined to make the CPU viable as an AI processor instead of GPUs. So not surprisingly, many of the new servers are built with AI processing in mind.
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