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The Automation Journey: From No, to Know, to Now
By Guest Author | Data Center Article Published on June 22, 2017
Robots and artificial intelligence will free up human workers for tasks the generate more value for their employers.
Top 20 Artificial Intelligence Companies
By Guest Author | Data Center Article Published on June 20, 2017
These artificial intelligence companies are advancing this emerging tech through myriad variations on AI systems.
HPE, Microsoft Azure Offer Cohesity Secondary Storage
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 25, 2017
The startup teams up with HPE and Microsoft's cloud to enable massive secondary storage consolidation and help customers shift storage workloads to the cloud.
Infosys Takes AI to the 'Unlimit'
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 24, 2017
Artificial intelligence is already having a big impact among early adopter organizations. With Nia, Infosys wants to help all enterprises capitalize on the technology.
Executives are Bullish on AI and Robotics in the Workplace
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 19, 2017
Adoption is up, and business leaders expect to use more AI and robotics over the next year to supplement their work forces.
The CIO Role Is Changing
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 18, 2017
More CIOs are frequenting the boardroom than five years ago, finds a new study from Robert Half Technology.
IT Automation Drives Digital Transformation
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 17, 2017
Businesses that don't embrace IT automation may not be around in 10 years, according to a study from BMC.
Chip Sales Surpassed $343B in 2016
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 16, 2017
Despite some slowness during the start of 2016, an increase in overall demand and improved NAND flash pricing helped lift the market for chipmakers last year.
AI Is Coming for Some IT Jobs
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 09, 2017
Gartner predicts that within five years, AI-enabled smart devices may start replacing IT workers and other skilled professionals.
Women in IT: Better Educated, Paid Less
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 03, 2017
Women in IT careers are likelier to have ventured further into their academic careers but they're paid less than their male counterparts, says a new study from Spiceworks.
AI Expected Deliver Salvation Not Doomsday
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on May 02, 2017
A recent study from PricewaterhouseCoopers finds that most consumers expect great things from artificial intelligence technologies, not an apocalypse.
IBM Expands Cloud Data Center Footprint
By Sean Michael Kerner | Data Center Article Published on April 28, 2017
Big Blue brings four new data centers online as demand for cloud computing grows.
Millennials Want to Work with AI Assistants
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 26, 2017
The younger the workforce, the more it wants artificial intelligence assistants to help out at the office, according to a new study from Conversica.
Digital Transformation Driving the Reinternalization of IT
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 24, 2017
CEOs are intent on bulking up their companies' internal IT capabilities to better compete in the digital economy.
MetLife Navigates DevOps with Docker Containers
By Sean Michael Kerner | Data Center Article Published on April 20, 2017
The 150-year-old insurance vendor tells DockerCon audience how it now runs 30-year-old application code in modern container infrastructure.
Digital Transformation Becoming the Norm Worldwide
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 19, 2017
Fujitsu's globe-spanning survey reveals that digital transformation has taken hold in mid-sized and large enterprises across the globe.
AR and VR to Boost Enterprise Wearables Market
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 11, 2017
Increased demand for augmented- and virtual-reality solutions in the workplace will push the enterprise wearables market past the $20 billion mark by 2025, says Grand View Research.
Busting Network Bottlenecks Lifts Cloud Infrastructure Market
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 07, 2017
Public cloud operators focused tackled network performance in 2016, helping the cloud infrastructure market surpass $32 billion.
Cisco Leads Increasingly Cloudier Collaboration Market
By Pedro Hernandez | Data Center Article Published on April 03, 2017
The networking giant is the collaboration king, but cloud-based disruptors are shaking up the market.
Will Google Cloud Catch Up?
By James Maguire | Data Center Article Published on March 21, 2017
An underdog in the cloud, Google is pouring resources into its cloud platform and focusing on attracting enterprise customers. Will it ever be a cloud leader?

 
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