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76% Of Enterprises Prioritize AI & Machine Learning In 2021 IT Budgets

76% Of Enterprises Prioritize AI & Machine Learning In 2021 IT Budgets

43% of enterprises say their AI and Machine Learning (ML) initiatives matter “more than we thought,” with one in four saying AI and ML should have been their top priority sooner.
50% of enterprises plan to spend more on AI and ML this year, with 20% saying they will be significantly increasing their budgets.

Harnessing the power of machine learning for improved decision-making

Harnessing the power of machine learning for improved decision-making

Across government, IT managers are looking to harness the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques (AI/ML) to extract and analyze data to support mission delivery and better serve citizens.

When You Have Lost the Security War, You Need a New Approach

When You Have Lost the Security War, You Need a New Approach

Security has always been a critical part of society.

When the human race moved from being hunters to farmers, certain information about when to plant crops and when to harvest was carefully gathered though observation and experience. This knowledge would help farmers work out exactly when to plant their crops, so that the first shoots would only appear above ground after the last morning frosts, ensuring the plants would be healthy. And knowing when the crops would have absorbed maximum energy and be primed for harvesting is critical, harvest too early and the harvest is weak, wait too long and the crops won’t store well through the winter seasons or survive transport.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s, but only in the last six years — with the advent of open-source, low-cost cloud compute and storage — has it become useful in solving real-world problems. In that short time, we've seen AI find new solutions in enterprise networking, automotive, medical and other industries. This has resulted in artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) moving from marketing hype to a useful tool being adopted across the enterprise.

The Biggest Enterprise AI Trends For 2021

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s, but only in the last six years — with the advent of open-source, low-cost cloud compute and storage — has it become useful in solving real-world problems. In that short time, we’ve seen AI find new solutions in enterprise networking, automotive, medical and other industries. This has resulted in artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) moving from marketing hype to a useful tool being adopted across the enterprise.

Why The Industrial IoT Is Finally Ready for Prime Time

Why The Industrial IoT Is Finally Ready for Prime Time

Over the past few years, some Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) have begun using the Industrial IoT (IIoT) to deploy remote monitoring, predictive maintenance, equipment-as-a-service (EaaS), and other types of new Industry 4.0 applications. These applications have allowed these companies to converge their industrial equipment’s OT systems with their IT systems, creating “smart” air compressors, bio-waste collectors, liquid fertilizer storage tanks, energy storage systems, and other types of industrial equipment.

Digital transformation is essential in the new normal. Is your company ready to start it?

Digital transformation is essential in the new normal. Is your company ready to start it?

The digital revolution began several years ago and is definitely here to stay, it has received an important boost due to the prominence that the digital world has acquired in the face of limited mobility.

The New Normal Is Here To Stay: Businesses Will Only Grow On Cloud

The New Normal Is Here To Stay: Businesses Will Only Grow On Cloud

The pandemic has changed the way we work. Remote working or work from home has become a new normal. Approximately 88 per cent of businesses have asked their employees to work from home. Apparently this normal does not seem to be changing in the near future. This unprecedented pandemic has forced businesses to adapt to this new normal.

93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

Bitglass released a report which uncovers whether organizations are properly equipped to defend themselves in the cloud. IT and security professionals were surveyed to understand their top security concerns and identify the actions that enterprises are taking to protect data in the cloud.

Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

In the wake of the economic downturn brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, investments in digital business transformation have accelerated. The applications that drive those processes are not only highly distributed, they also operate at a level of scale that no IT team can manage using legacy approaches to managing IT. It can take weeks to discover the root cause of any issue.

Why You May Need To Get Out Of The Cybersecurity Business

Why You May Need To Get Out Of The Cybersecurity Business

Cybersecurity has never been easy, but as connected things and cyberthreats multiply — and Gartner says securing the mobile workforce has become an imperative — it is becoming even harder. This creates significant new challenges for organizations and their top leaders.