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With IBM, Google, and Microsoft pouring funding into the research of quantum computing, it's really starting to look like we are going to see the benefits in the next 5 - 10 years. Google may be just weeks from announcing they reached the quantum supremacy milestone and IBM may not be far behind either.  Today, I wanted to share my thoughts on how quantum computing may affect cryptography as we know it. Effects on cryptography When we talk about the basic cryptography used for things like TLS when you access your bank's website, the premise behind securing your data is surprisingly simple. The certificate uses a public key which is really just a large number that's the result of multiplying two prime numbers together.  This key has a size typically between 256 bits and 2048 bits. It's quite a large number.  To find the two factors via brute force, in today's classica... (more)

Start Learning About Quantum Computing | @CloudExpo #AI #ML #DX #Cloud

Quantum Computing is becoming quite the hot topic lately.  With research being done by Google, IBM, Microsoft, universities, and a number of other players, it’s looking this is really going to happen.  In fact, Google may just be weeks away from announcing the Quantum Supremacy milestone.  If you aren’t familiar with the concept of Quantum Supremacy yet, it’s basically the point where a quantum computer can complete a computation in a short time where a classical computer can’t complete it at all.  This is a big deal.  While there are some simple quantum computers out there right... (more)

How to: Fix Something went wrong error in Outlook Customer Manager

I actually use Outlook Customer Manager (OCM) quite a bit to keep track of my leads for my product BrewZap, a custom mobile app platform for breweries.  Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon to run into an error when launching it that says “Something went wrong”.  The problem is that sometimes this error will even occur after you close an d restart Outlook.  If that happens to you, then open up Internet Explorer (yes IE), and go to Internet Options.  Then click on Delete under Browsing History.  Check all of the boxes and then restart Outlook. If all goes well, Outlook Customer Mana... (more)

What’s new in Services on Server in SP2010

Curious to know what the Services on Server page looks like now?  Well, then this is the post for you.  Instead of just having the 6 or so services that you had in MOSS 2007, there are many more services listed on the Services on Server page.  Here is what your list might look like (pending changes of course).  Since the move to Service Applications, you will probably find yourself concentrating on this page as much, but it’s still there. Access Database Service Application Registry Service Business Data Connectivity Central Administration Document Conversion Launcher Service Do... (more)

Feature Versioning and Upgrades in SharePoint 2010

Sharepoint on Ulitzer One new feature in SharePoint 2010 is the ability to version and upgrade features.  I haven’t seen a lot of people talking about it yet, so I thought I would take a few minutes to talk about it today.   It’s an interesting new feature and I’ll be curious to see how much people use it and when.  The versioning aspect of features is interesting, but specifically what we’ll be talking about today are what kinds of things we can do when we perform a feature upgrade.  Unfortunately, by the time you read all of this, it will probably leave you with more questio... (more)