Dave Fisher

Dave Fisher
Based in our Boston office, Dave Fisher plays a variety of critical roles at Aerie, from developing new business and managing client relationships to back-end office logistics. “I try to give our team the tools and atmosphere so they can do what they do best,” he says. “I love how every project is unique — and it’s fun going to companies, learning what they do, understanding their needs and challenges, then being part of their success.”
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What are the different types of cloud computing services?

Posted by Dave Fisher on 09.14.20

Cloud computing types are service deployment models that let you choose the level of control over your information and types of services you need to provide. There are three main types of cloud computing services, sometimes called the cloud computing stack because they build on top of one another.

The first cloud computing type is infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), which is used for Internet-based access to storage and computing power. The most basic category of cloud computing types, IaaS lets you rent IT infrastructure - servers and virtual machines, storage, networks, and operating systems - from a cloud provider on a pay-as-you-go basis.

The second cloud computing type is platform-as-a-service (PaaS) that gives developers the tools to build and host web applications. PaaS is designed to give users access to the components they require to quickly develop and operate web or mobile applications over the Internet, without worrying about setting up or managing the underlying infrastructure of servers, storage, networks, and databases.

The third cloud computing type is software-as-a-service (SaaS) which is used for web-based applications. SaaS is a method for delivering software applications over the Internet where cloud providers host and manage the software applications making it easier to have the same application on all of your devices at once by accessing it in the cloud.

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Bernie Thibeault Earns New Certification from Microsoft

Posted by Dave Fisher on 06.05.20

Congratulations to our very own Bernie Thibeault for earning Microsoft's Dynamics 365 + Power Platform Solution Architect Expert Certification! Bernie is the first of Aerie's Solution Engineers to earn this certification badge; he is also a Microsoft Certified Professional for Business Applications. 

Bernie's experience building solutions using the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 helps Aerie’s clients solve complex business problems and increase the value of their investment in Microsoft technologies. To bring his expertise to the next level, Bernie spent months preparing for a series of three exams and certifications.

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Topics: Microsoft, Dynamics 365, Power Platform

Leveraging Microsoft Teams when working remotely

Posted by Dave Fisher on 03.30.20

While companies are dealing with the current crisis in a variety of ways, a vast majority of employees are now working remotely, at least for the foreseeable future. We’ve been hearing similar questions and themes from our customers about leveraging Microsoft Teams to improve organizational communication.

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Topics: Microsoft Teams

What Is the Difference Between Power BI, Power BI Pro and Power BI Premium?

Posted by Dave Fisher on 08.13.18

 

Everyone has data to worry about, but what good is it if you can’t put the information to good use?  

Businesses are starting to come to terms with that question. Harnessing fast, accurate business intelligence is essential today, the kind you can’t get simply by staring at pivot tables on a spreadsheet, and Power BI is one way to help you get there.

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Topics: Power BI

How Much Does An Intranet Cost?

Posted by Dave Fisher on 07.12.18

You’ve researched the benefits and decided it’s time to get down to brass tacks: What does a company intranet cost?

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Topics: SharePoint, SharePoint Online, Corporate Intranet, Intranet Portal, SharePoint Intranets

5 Ways To Improve Your SharePoint Intranet Today

Posted by Dave Fisher on 12.20.17

Is your SharePoint intranet struggling to stay alive?

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Topics: SharePoint, Corporate Intranet

How SharePoint and Office 365 Reduce Email Clutter

Posted by Dave Fisher on 12.05.17

Have you ever looked at a string of emails and said to yourself, “This should’ve been a phone call?” 

Of course, you have. We all have.

Over-reliance on email has become a real problem in the workplace. We’ve somehow decided it’s socially acceptable to have real-time conversations there, and the result is not good. We get a bloated inbox where important information is hard to find, and we spend hours every week trying to manage it all.   

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Topics: SharePoint, Office 365, Corporate Intranet

How Dynamics 365 Boosts Sales Performance

Posted by Dave Fisher on 11.16.17

Do you really need salespeople today?

Think about that for a moment.

When buyers need something, they jump online and start researching. When they need a referral, they ask a friend or colleague. When they are ready to make a purchase – and your brand is on the short list of contenders – you will hear from them.

That’s how empowered today’s customer is.

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Topics: Office 365, Dynamics

Aerie Consulting Now Has a Microsoft MVP

Posted by Dave Fisher on 11.03.17

Every team needs an MVP, and Aerie Consulting has one that just earned high accolades from Microsoft.

Beau Cameron, our solutions engineer who manages Aerie’s offices in Boulder, Colorado, has won Microsoft’s prestigious MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award for outstanding work in the “Office Servers and Services” category. This award puts him in the ranks of an elite group of true experts in the Microsoft community.

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Topics: Office 365, Microsoft

Creating a Document Management Solution with SharePoint

Posted by Dave Fisher on 11.01.17

Before getting into this topic, I have a challenge for you.

Pull up your laptop and think of a client your company has done business with for at least five years. Get your stopwatch ready…

Find the invoices from April 2016, February 2015, and October 2013. GO!!

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Topics: Document Management System, SharePoint Intranets

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