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The top tech trends VARs and MSPs shouldn’t ignore

By Rachel Rothwell, Regional Director Southern Europe and UK at Zyxel.

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Human-robot teamwork makes the dream work

By Karen Inbar – Director of Marketing, NICE Advanced Process Automation Solutions at NICE.

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Why Organisations Are Facing An Automation Conundrum

More organisations today are realising the advantages that automation can bring their businesses in reducing errors; increasing profitability; driving efficiencies and enhancing competitiveness. These benefits are increasingly clear but achieving them has not been easy historically. The right technology has not always been available and even when it has been, organisations have often struggled to afford the investment required. By Richard Seel, Managing Director, Supply Chain & Logistics (UK & US), delaware.

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Can AI help make performance problems a thing of the past?

Every industry, and every company, is transforming itself with software to deliver new, improved digital services that capture new markets and reduce operational costs. By Michael Allen, VP and EMEA CTO, Dynatrace.

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How to Successfully Implement AI for Managing Organisational Change

One of the key critical factors to the success of an enterprise is ensuring that data science, machine learning, automation, and AI are in-sync across all teams and industries. However, this also requires deep-rooted change, particularly at the tactical and managerial levels. So, what can companies do to cope and maximise on new technologies? By Florian Douetteau, CEO and Founder at Dataiku.

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AI at all corners: bringing intelligence to the edge

In their own unique ways, both artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing have now entered the mainstream. By Tom Canning, VP of IoT at Canonical – the company behind Ubuntu.

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Hyper everything: how tech integration is changing customer communication

A raft of new technologies, many of which are easily integrated into existing channels, are changing the way organisations communicate with their customers. By Michael Wright, CEO, Striata

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The Ethics of Synthetic Voice

Fishy Beginnings and Barber’s Appointments By Matthew Aylett, Chief Scientific Officer at Cereproc.

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Systemic bias is not just a problem for future AI

Artificial intelligence, like any futuristic technology that’s passing from science fiction into the real world, is viewed with a mix of awe and hostility. There are those who see AI in near-messianic terms, that it will be used to tackle problems in medicine, agriculture and education and create a fairer world. But there are also those who point to its use to create misleading “deepfakes”, perform aggressively personalised marketing, or unfairly profile potential criminals. By Colin Knox, Director of Product Strategy, SolarWinds Passportal.

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Mastering the misconceptions of AI

This article will outline how to master the most common misconceptions surrounding AI and automation so your business can start reaping the many benefits of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). By Alice Henebury, Head of Marketing, Engage Hub.

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The Future of Factories Part One—The Intelligence Within

As a society we now expect products to be intelligent and conform to the norms that are being established. This has huge implications for all sectors of our economy, but if you are a manufacturer this expectation is amplified on several fronts. Consumers now expect an element of intelligence in the products you make, from fridges and lawn mowers, to door bells, trainers and even socks. By Andy Coussins, senior vice president and head of sales, international, Epicor Software.

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What can businesses do to help reduce AI bias?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being lauded as the most critical trend across a number of industries, from healthcare to manufacturing. Such is its meteoric rise, that its adoption among businesses increased by 60% between 2017 and 2018. By David Ingham, Digital Partner, Media & Entertainment, Cognizant.

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How virtual assistants will alter the way we work

The tech we use at home is slowly meeting with our workplace environments. The virtual assistant (VA) market is a great example of this and its potential to create an entirely new workplace reality is particularly exciting to see. Artificial intelligence-powered, voice-controlled assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri and Cortana are already becoming increasingly commonplace in many homes. This growth is building pressure to integrate VA functionality into enterprise technology as well, which could significantly improve the employee experience and workplace engagement. By 2021, Gartner predicts “25 per cent of digital workers will use a virtual employee assistant (VEA) on a daily basis. This will be up from less than 2 percent in 2019.” By James Bulpin, innovation leader, Citrix.

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How can Artificial intelligence change transformation?

In the same month it was announced that computer pioneer, codebreaker and the father of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Alan Turing, will feature on the new design of the Bank of England's £50 note, a report from IDC suggests that spending across Europe will hit $5.2 billion in 2019 up from 2018 by 49% and expected to rise to $13.5bn by 2022.

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Videos

Brad Ascar, Principle Product Manager – Kubernetes ecosystem at Redis - cuts through the hype surrounding containers to explain the many benefits they offer. The importance of education and training, optimised orchestration and how to get started with containers and Kubernetes are all covered.
Interview with Emely Patra, Regional VP and Head of EMEA Customer Success Strategy and Architecture, at MuleSoft. Women working in the IT industry share their experiences – covering the opportunities they have had, the challenges they have had to overcome during their careers to date, and offering plenty of constructive thoughts and observations as to what improvements still need to be made when it comes to improving diversity within the workplace.
Interview with Helena Nimmo, CIO at Endava. Women working in the IT industry share their experiences – covering the opportunities they have had, the challenges they have had to overcome during their careers to date, and offering plenty of constructive thoughts and observations as to what improvements still need to be made when it comes to improving diversity within the workplace.
Andrew Hollister, CISO at LogRhythm, discusses the findings of the company’s recent report, produced in association with Ponemon Institute – covering the current threat landscape, the need for clear communications between the CISO and the CEO/board level executives, and the importance of using a security framework to help build an optimised, end-to-end and resilient cybersecurity infrastructure.

News

Hexagon’s Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division and Fujitsu Limited have partnered to deliver a digital twin platform for Stuttgart, Germany, to support the city’s urban digital twin project. The Civil Engineering Office will use the SaaS solution to visualise and analyse data from IoT sensors across the city to promote sustainability and enhance quality of life for the 600,000 residents of Stuttgart.
78% of IT decision makers (ITDMs) state that their company provides the right technology to enable people to do their jobs regardless of location.
Focus on digital transformation, persistent skills shortages and new risks around cloud migration resulting in CISOs consolidating siloed, disparate and duplicate systems.
Rackspace Technology® says that, despite the rise of inflationary pressures and a global economic slowdown, few organizations are scaling back on IT investment and most are committed to spending more, according to a new survey Managing IT in Challenging Economic Times, a survey of 1,420 IT decision-makers across manufacturing, retail, hospitality/travel, healthcare/pharma/biomedical, government and financial services sectors in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.