Artificial intelligence will have a dramatic impact on network operations, according to data from Cisco Systems, augmenting human decision-making and reducing the time spent on repetitive or manual tasks
By 2022 there will be 14.6 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices, many using wireless connections. That growth has major traffic management and security ramifications for IT network management.
Multicloud strategies are becoming more popular, allowing IT managers to leverage the respective strengths and cost profiles of major cloud platforms. But multicloud strategies come with management challenges.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, securing IT networks is more challenging and more essential than ever, as social distancing lockdowns add to an explosion of end users and connected devices.
The COVID-19 crisis has underscored the benefits of automation, including remote IT management and AI-driven security. New data from Cisco illustrates how data growth is testing the limits of manual network management.
Emerging “gig economy” workforce platforms require the rapid movement of data across the globe, as databases keep track of a growing universe of devices, workers and locations.
Today’s farm is powered by data, along with a variety of devices and technologies, including sensors, GPS satellites, drones, and robots. Here’s a look at precision farming, and the role of AI and data.
Restaurants are experimenting with AI and robotics to automate aspects of their operations, from ordering to preparing and serving your food.
Startups are investing heavily in new applications for artificial intelligence in medical imaging, in the hope that algorithms can bring new capabilities to diagnoses and patient care.
Retail chains like Wal-Mart, Giant and Lowe’s are turning to artificial intelligence and robots to help improve customer experiences and assume some of the tedious elements of retail operations.