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Why you should care about chatbots

08/30/2016

There’s a new buzzword in IT this year – chatbots, aka bots. Of course the term isn’t that new or unusual -

Why ultrabooks are gaining favour in the enterprise

Ultrabooks are gaining tremendous levels of popularity in the consumer and enterprise space. They offer the best of both worlds...

August 29th, 2016 Chris Lau
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Data breach scoring: The sad reality

Jeff Williams at Contrast Security recently spoke to Forbes about the lack of concrete data regarding breaches and hacks. In...

August 25th, 2016 Mark Nunnikhoven
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Why HPE is focusing on the need for a new computing architecture

Sometime in the 23rd century, a Starfleet Academy instructor leads a class of red shirts across the terrain of an...

August 24th, 2016 Brian Jackson
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Gradual replacement of a legacy system

Sooner or later, most organizations face a problem with legacy systems. Such systems could have outdated or restrictive functionality or...

August 24th, 2016 Michael Issaev
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Storage in the digital world

According to IDC, the total amount of digital information created and replicated in 2013 surpassed 4.4 Zettabytes, and the size...

August 23rd, 2016 Don Sheppard
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Is your company data-driven?

In our age of analytics, more and more companies claim to be data-driven. They’re proud of having largely abandoned experienced-based,...

August 22nd, 2016 Yogi Schulz

Why the most requested unified communications (UC) feature isn’t even a UC feature

Would it surprise you to learn that the most requested Unified Communication (UC) feature I see requested isn't even a...

August 19th, 2016 Emily Nielsen
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AoE: The AI of everything, Part Two

In my last blog about AoE we introduced several topics to demonstrate AI’s impact including the size of the financial services...

August 18th, 2016 Stephen Ibaraki

The rise of ebook subscriptions: Would you “Netflix” your books?

In the 19th century, many books were published in installments. Charles Dickens published several of his novels in the newspapers....

August 17th, 2016 Bruce Harpham