Best Practices for ITAR Compliance in the Cloud

The cloud has become part and parcel of todays Enterprise. However, remaining compliant with the International Traffic in Arms regulation (ITAR) demands extensive data management aptness. Most of the regulatory details covered by ITAR aim to guarantee that an organization’s materials and information regarding military and defense technologies on the US munitions list (USML) is […]

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Cognitive Search: A New Generation of Enterprise search

A lot of organizations have begun making significant investments in digital transformation in order to fill their operational gaps. One of the areas seeing this transformation is search, mainstream search is broken. Data volumes are growing at an exponential rate – the digital world is expected to create 163 zettabytes of data in 2025, a […]

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Will Machine Learning Replace Data Scientists?

People have begun to get jumpy at the possibility of Artificial Intelligence being used to automate anything and everything. Now that AI has proven it has the propensity to push out blue-collar jobs (via robotics) and white collar professions (via Natural Language Processing), cultural susceptivity surrounding this technology is on the rise. After decades of […]

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The Skills That Separate a Great IT Manager from Good Ones

Working in the IT industry means dealing with a rapid pace of change that impacts everything, right from operational practices to remunerations. Plus, the complexity of systems, applications, and processes is mindboggling. Then, systems and processes are so interlinked that managers can’t take a single decision without dealing with several little-known variables. Plus, clients are […]

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Top 5 Use Cases For Machine Learning in The Enterprise

Artificial intelligence can be loosely defined as the science of mimicking human behavior. Machine learning is the specific subset of AI that trains a machine to learn. The concept emerged from pattern recognition and the theory that computers can learn without being programmed to complete certain tasks. Things like cheaper, more powerful computational processing, the […]

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Imagining a Blockchain + AI Hybrid

This past year has seen the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, across a varied range of solutions and application within several industries. What is yet to be explored is a fusion of the two. This merger can allow enterprises to create a composable business that has a high service delivery. Blockchain is basically […]

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Is Network Monitoring System Worth the Investment?

Your business’ digital network is your most important operations-enablement asset. A network problem could bring mission-critical business applications to a grinding halt. Inaccessible websites, unusable ERP applications, excruciatingly slow loading application screens, the inability of one system to connect with and communicate with another – and the list goes on.     Network Monitoring Tools […]

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Backup Mistakes That Companies Continue to Commit

    Imagine a situation where you wake up, reach your office, and witness the chaos. Because your business applications are not working anymore. And that’s because your business data doesn’t exist anymore! Information about thousands of customers, products, sales orders, inventory plans, pricing sheets, contracts, and a lot more – not accessible anymore. What […]

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Mobile Security Myths – Don’t Fall for Them

Mobility is the name of the game. Mobility is the frontier upon which the enterprise tech battles of the present and future are being fought. It’s estimated that enterprise mobility can help companies get as many as 240 hours of additional productive hours per employee per year. However, all is not well with the enterprise […]

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How to Deploy A Software Defined Network

Software Defined Network (SDN) was a bit of a buzzword throughout the early to middle of this decade. The potential of optimal network utilization promised by software-defined networking captured the interest and imagination of information technology companies quickly. However, progress was slow, because the general understanding of software-defined networking wasn’t up to the mark, which […]

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