In 2018, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and computer vision are maturing, going from game-changing ideas to foundational tools for business. This year, we’ll see these and other technologies drive how business gets done and what new products will launch in the near future.
Learn how security analytics is helping to keep pace with cyber threats and how it can help provide serious value to your business.
For example, AI could anticipate questions that a human might ask such as:
In addition, AI systems could take alerts or reports from detection systems and corroborate them to remove
Who doesn’t love building blocks? Following the burst of cloud computing, containers are becoming a necessity for all organisational transformation and development. Follow us as we go through the technologies that complement and enhance their use, and outline a first-hand insight into the impact.
Get a complete run-through of the main choices in data storage for containers, look at the essentials of virtual server storage and learn about storage performance in virtual server and desktop environments.
These are some of the key findings of a survey by analysts
(ESG) which involved 412 respondents in mid-size (33%) and enterprise (67%) organisations across the UK and Europe.
The findings have led ESG to characterise such customer behaviour as “
This IDC Perspective provides an overview on the evolution of traditional robotic process automation (RPA) to artificial intelligence (AI)–led RPA in Asia/Pacific and some of the pressing questions in the minds of tech buyers. It also highlights key benefits derived from AI-led RPA and provides specific guidance that buyers need to consider before implementing RPA.
You know cloud computing is here to stay when the accountants take notice. The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s Emerging Issues Task Force plans to propose new rules for how to deal with cloud computing service costs.
The updated guidance means that a customer under contract with a cloud computing provider would consider the current processes of leveraging internal-use software to determine how to recognize implementation costs as an asset.
Mazin Gilbert has an ambitious goal. As vice president of advanced technologies at AT&T, Gilbert wants to make AI technologies widely available throughout the corporation, especially to those who might not have a computer science background and may not even know how to program.