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How to choose which IT conferences to attend

March 8, 2019

Via: CIO

From user symposiums to vendor-neutral events, there’s no shortage of tech conferences to sign up for. Each offers unique upside, whether it’s strategic insights into how another company implemented a new technology or simply an opportunity to grow your network. […]


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How old, once-unusable geometry ideas are now helping us apply big data to medicine

March 7, 2019

Via: The Next Web

Your brain is made up of billions of neurons connected by trillions of synapses. And how they’re arranged gives rise to the brain’s functionality and to your personality. That’s why scientists in Switzerland recently produced the first-ever digital 3D brain […]


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Making Automotive Manufacturing Smarter with AI

March 6, 2019

Via: CIO

The automotive industry has a long-running track record for harnessing the latest technologies to bring efficient, innovative and safe vehicles to market, while continually working to cut manufacturing costs. Today, these technologies include artificial intelligence and high performance computing — […]


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Practical AI in the contact center starts with agent assistance

March 5, 2019

Via: CIO

A few years ago, Walker and a couple of other firms predicted that customer experience (CX) would become the top brand differentiator by 2020. This gave CIOs a bit of time to plan how to ensure a top-quality customer experience. […]


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It’s a brave, new cloud world out there. Are you ready?

March 5, 2019

Via: CIO

Cloud adoption across an enterprise is a major undertaking, fundamentally changing how IT works. What organizations used to accomplish in man power and labor is now transformed and automated. Using software, a business can manage their datacenter as code. And […]


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9 biggest hurdles to AI adoption

February 26, 2019

Via: CIO

The era of AI business value has arrived. In fact, in a recent Deloitte survey, 82 percent of early adopters said they saw a financial return from their AI investments. AI and related technologies are enhancing existing products and creating […]


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5 Ways to Reduce Vendor Complexity

February 25, 2019

Via: CIO

Technology is supposed to be complicated. Vendor relations are not. But they often are, which is a problem, because being tangled up with suppliers can led to high costs, poor performance, inefficiencies and headaches. A survey of large enterprises conducted […]


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IT forecast: Cloudy with a chance of digital transformation

February 15, 2019

Via: CIO

Cloud continues to undergo intense innovation. Around this time last year, I predicted Cloud 2.0—which puts heterogenous cloud at the future of application architecture—would finally go mainstream. This year, we’ll move beyond just a tipping point and onto a new […]


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How to recover from SaaS stack bloat in the enterprise

February 6, 2019

Via: CIO

Agility is highly sought-after in today’s business environment. As such, enterprises are now aggressively leveraging the efficiencies brought about by technology to drive their processes. And why not? Digital tools empower future-facing companies to perform better than laggards. A Harvard […]


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Enterprise no/low code platforms: A golden phoenix has risen

February 5, 2019

Via: CIO

Over time, all software technologies find their place in the IT world. Some technologies, like CODASYL hierarchical databases, become an indispensable part of the software development toolkit and seemingly overnight give way to more advanced components, in this case relational […]