Category: machine learning

Multidomain architecture is part of Cisco’s formula for the programmable network

Multidomain architecture is part of Cisco’s formula for the programmable network

Multidomain architecture is part of Cisco’s formula for the programmable network 1
Chief information officers and air traffic controllers have a lot in common. At any given time, controllers at the world’s busiest airports must account for planes in the sky trying to land, planes seeking to take off, the positioning of aircraft on the runways, and external factors, such as wind or bad weather. Today’s CIO […]

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Q&A: As AI and machine-learning tech evolves, AWS keeps pace

Q&A: As AI and machine-learning tech evolves, AWS keeps pace

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Major data trends occurring in the enterprise are focused on cloud and artificial intelligence platforms. But while companies are often eager to learn more about this tech, they aren’t quite sure how they will benefit, according to Ariel Kelman, vice president of worldwide marketing at Amazon Web Services Inc. “Machine-learning and AI are really at the forefront […]

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Dialpad gives sales reps real-time call transcription and coaching

Dialpad gives sales reps real-time call transcription and coaching

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Dialpad Inc., developer of business messaging and conferencing systems based on the voice over internet protocol, is deepening its push into the sales force automation market. The latest fruit of the effort is today’s announcement of Dialpad Sell, a cloud service that uses voice recognition and machine learning to transcribe sales calls, interpret customer sentiment, […]

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AWS announces general availability of its document reading service Textract

AWS announces general availability of its document reading service Textract

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Amazon Web Services Inc.’s Textract service, which uses machine learning to extract text and data from documents including tables and forms, is now generally available. Textract was first announced during the AWS re:Invent conference in November as one of several new machine learning services designed for use by people with no expertise in the subject. Amazon […]

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Gartner analyst reveals what you don’t know about cloud

Gartner analyst reveals what you don’t know about cloud

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Companies are steadily shifting from legacy infrastructure to cloud computing. And why not? Cloud resources are more agile and elastic, and businesses can pay for what they use and no more. These are the cloud-computing knowns. However, there are a number of unknown, or little-known, facts that companies should be paying more attention to, according […]

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Traditional IT services are ‘dead’; next-gen cloud services in sight, says Rackspace VP

Traditional IT services are ‘dead’; next-gen cloud services in sight, says Rackspace VP

Traditional IT services are ‘dead’; next-gen cloud services in sight, says Rackspace VP 6
The first shift toward public cloud services has made a rich yet extremely complicated digital disruption in the technological industry, and traditional IT services are dead — at least that’s the view of Prashanth Chandrasekar (pictured), senior vice president and general manager of Rackspace Inc, which claims to have the industry’s broadest portfolio of applications, data, security […]

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Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

Cloud’s microservices market evolves in EMEA as innovation grows

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Worldwide, companies are no longer taking “no” for an answer when it comes to developing quick, innovative technology for the digital transformation — and the best technology companies are helping them get there by teaming up with public cloud solutions such as Amazon Web Services for a centralized portfolio of microservices to support containers, application integration […]

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Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

Can one managed-services package cure many hybrid IT headaches?

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When a company has a love/hate relationship with public cloud computing, things can get quite complicated. Having applications on-premises and in the cloud gives them a wide spread of information technology to reign in and manage. And having personnel purchase cloud products on their own can lead to runaway spending. Is there anywhere they can […]

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Microsoft pushes the intelligent edge forward at Build

Microsoft pushes the intelligent edge forward at Build

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Microsoft Corp. continues to rack up impressive momentum in the cloud arena, a trend that it shifted into high gear Monday at its annual Build developer conference. The tech giant launched an impressive range of innovations in platforms, tools, cloud services and other offerings that should help its Azure public cloud continue setting the pace […]

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Ahead of Build conference, Microsoft adds AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

Ahead of Build conference, Microsoft adds AI and blockchain services to Azure cloud

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Microsoft Corp. is trying to build up some excitement ahead of its annual Build developers conference, launching several new tools and services designed to help software makers use artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies more easily. Build takes place next week in Seattle, and the company intends to use the event to demonstrate the capabilities of […]

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