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A Chromebook opens a backdoor to Google’s services, authentication out the window

As everyone should do, I enabled two-factor authentication for my Gmail account. I think the extra step while logging in is worth the hassle. I think, living in an era where social media platforms are turning against us (with the help of foreign powers and machine learning development), adding an extra layer of authentication isn’t […]

Google Cloud: Google announces intent to acquire Xively

Google Cloud
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Today, Google has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Xively, a division of LogMeIn, Inc. By 2020, it’s estimated that about 20 billion connected things will come online, and analytics and data storage in the cloud are now the cornerstone of any successful IoT solution. This acquisition, subject to closing conditions, will […]

What Will AIOps and Machine Learning Mean for IT?

Lakeside Software
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If data is the new oil, AIOps is IT’s refinery. Short for artificial intelligence for IT operations, AIOps refers to software that combines big data and AI, machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), and/or associated technologies to help IT manage data and find insights faster. But what does comparing data to oil mean in practical […]

Digital Transformation and Role of DevOps

Nutanix
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Digital transformation (DX) has triggered a major overhaul in the way organizations think about tried-and-true business models and operationalize day-to-day processes. Yesterday’s products are being replaced with new information- and service-driven offerings, particularly in markets saddled with a high degree of commoditization. In the retail industry, for example, companies are embracing ways to repackage products, […]

Gartner Highlights 10 Uses for AI-Powered Smartphones

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Analysts Predict 80 Percent of Smartphones Shipped Will Have On-Device AI Capabilities by 2022 Artificial intelligence (AI) features will become a critical product differentiator for smartphone vendors that will help them to acquire new customers while retaining current users, according to Gartner, Inc. As the smartphone market shifts from selling technology products to delivering compelling and personalized experiences, […]

Cisco: New-Gen Technologies Make IoT Transformational

Cisco
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Over the last few years, many people—myself included—have been touting the Internet of Things (IoT) as a driving force behind digital transformation. But is IoT by itself truly that transformational? Well, I would argue that it is not. IoT focuses mainly on securely connecting devices that generate data. It is a key element of disruption […]

Cisco: Enterprise Networking – Trends for 2018

Cisco
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2017 has been a year of incredible progress and change for Enterprise Networking at Cisco. We redefined networking this year with the world’s first intent-based networking system. We believe that Intent based networking is the future of networking – fundamentally changing how we think about networks and empowering IT to deal with disruptions caused by […]

Citrix: What’s Your Cloud’s Superpower?

Citrix Systems
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Pay attention to technology prognosticators (yes, like me) for long and you’ll hear one word repeated again and again and again: Cloud. Specifically, hybrid cloud. Hybrid cloud technology unifies all the applications from all the platforms, whether they happen to be enterprise or on-prem applications, applications deployed in a public cloud, or mobile applications and […]

2018: The Year Man and Machine Meld Together in the Data Center

Dell
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IT, much like nature, abhors a vacuum. Businesses are more dependent on IT to drive innovation than ever. But the challenges associated with managing IT at the level of scale required to drive that innovation is simply too much for the average IT organization. Because of that gap between the expertise available and the needs […]

Google Cloud Platform in 2017 – What a Year!

Google Cloud
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The end of the year is a time for reflection . . . and making lists. As 2017 comes to a close, we thought we’d review some of the most memorable Google Cloud Platform (GCP) product announcements, white papers and how-tos, as judged by popularity with our readership. As we pulled the data for this […]

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro for Workstations: Power through advanced workloads

Microsoft
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In the new world of work, advanced professions increasingly require high-performance computing capabilities. We’re working to ensure Windows meets your needs, even in demanding and mission-critical scenarios, which is why we announced Windows 10 Pro for Workstations in August. For data scientists transforming big data into input signals and experimenting with multiple machine learning models, […]

Top Courses to Learn AI, Deep Learning and Machine Learning

NVIDIA
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Artificial intelligence is years, even decades, from replicating functions of the human mind, but it’s still getting serious work done today. And its influence will only expand. The irony of all that promise: Human minds are way behind. Relatively few have a baseline understanding about how AI and deep learning truly work. Techniques like machine […]

Amazon EC2 P3 Instances, most powerful GPU compute instances in the cloud, now available in additional AWS Regions

Amazon Web Services
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Amazon EC2 P3 instances are now available in AWS US East (Ohio), Asia Pacific (Seoul) and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. P3 instances, the next-generation of EC2 compute-optimized GPU instances, are powered by up to 8 of the latest-generation NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and are ideal for computationally advanced workloads such as machine learning (ML), high […]

Cisco: Towards an industry standard for benchmarking AI

Cisco
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After decades of struggle and disappointing results, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is finally coming into its own. Recent advances in computational power, mathematical refinements enabling the creation of much deeper neural networks, and dramatic improvements in techniques used to train machine learning systems have all combined to create applications with real practical value. IBM’s Watson beating […]

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