Virgin Galactic partners with Microsoft Edge to create an immersive web experience for aspiring astronauts


Hey, everyone I look at LinkedIn and I found another article about Microsoft. Microsoft is partnering up with Virgin Galactic to support them by creating an immersive web by using Microsoft Edge and aspire future astronauts, engineers and scientists to learn about technology and space. I love this video they’re showing right now and it was awesome. Please feel free to look and explore Microsoft’s newest creation.


Grow, build and connect with Microsoft for Startups


Hi everyone, Microsoft has an exciting blog for clients and entrepreneurs who want build trust and partners with Microsoft and their brand new products and who are new to try their softwares. For example:  Microsoft Dynamics, Office 365, Java, Nodes., .NET, etc.. and they have a video that explain why Microsoft is the number one IT company to build trust and build relationships and do business with other companies to solve problems. So please check this site out.

Microsoft’s intelligent cloud powers customer innovation across industries


Hey, everyone I found an articles on LinkedIn about Microsoft’s latest creation. It’s about how Microsoft’s intelligent cloud powers that embraces customer innovation and other industries that affects through technology and other services. Take a look at the latest creation from Microsoft.

Virtual Reality Body Suit and Seeing Al

Here are two posts I found on FB and Twitter, everyone. One post that I found on FB is an virtual reality body suit that can simulate pain and pressure. The other post that I found on Twitter is a free app called Seeing Al that support low vision and help people with vision issues how to text, object and more by holding on your phone and watch the video. Please, go to Facebook and type BBC Technology News and scroll down until you see Telasuit and go to Twitter and type fightblindess. And everyone please liked, comment and questions.

Sony has patented a blink powered contact lens that records what you see

Everyone, please this link that I found on Facebook. Sony has patented a blink powered contact lens that records what you see and please watch the video below the page of the link. Please comment or questions and I will be happy to answer your comments and questions as soon as possible.

February 2018 Meeting – Cyber Security Panel Discussion

Register for the February 8th meeting.

Please join us on Thursday, February 8 for a panel discussion on cyber security facilitated by Adam Hecktman, Microsoft Director of Technology and Civic Innovation for Chicago. Our panelists will be:

  • Niren Shah, Principal at Jemurai – a firm that specializes in secure software development and cyber security
  • David Kinney, Principal Architect at SPR who will look at security from an Internet of Things (IoT) perspective
  • Matt Ramir, Web Developer at HS2 with a passion for cyber security

Consumer data breaches like those at Target, Yahoo! and Equifax have ranged in size and severity, but are not the only kind of cyber security issue. Hackers also try to use compromised IoT devices in order to launch cyber attacks. While there will always be people trying to break into systems, organizations cannot afford to be complacent. Those of us in the IT field, along with anyone using technology, must continually be vigilant, improve security and try to minimize these kinds of events and the damage they can cause. Please join us for what is sure to be an animated discussion of cyber security!

Niren Shah has over 15 years of cybersecurity experience and is currently a Principal at Jemurai – a firm that specializes in secure software development and cybersecurity.  Niren has unparalleled security experience in a wide variety of products: FW, IDS/IPS, WAF, SIEM, NAC, SWG, IVS/EVS, Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management, Threat Management and more.

David Kinney is a Principal Architect at SPR with decades of experience helping startups and enterprises leverage emerging technology to enter new markets and improve operational efficiency. He has delivered solutions in the IoT, mobile, cloud, and web spaces, and has spoken at numerous conferences.

Matthew Ramir is a Web Developer at HS2 Solutions. A jack-of-all-trades, he employs his skills in back-end development, server management, database management, and front-end development to expertly tackle a wide-range of client projects.

February 8, 2018
5-7:00 p.m.

Aon Tower
Microsoft Technology Center
200 E Randolph Street, 2nd floor
Chicago, IL 60601