IT consulting companies are fighting to become the preferred partner of organizations as they make the transition to becoming a truly digital business. The value of those services will vary greatly depending on the digital maturity of the organization.
A digital transformation strategy can be created in one of two ways: in a bottom-up approach that relies on initiative of business units or in a top-down approach involving the CEO and board of directors.
Cisco has outlined a multiyear strategy for layering artificial intelligence (AI) into its unified communications portfolio that spans everything from translation to automatically adjusting smart cameras.
A nascent effort is underway to employ the immutable attributes of blockchain database technologies through which the skills and work experience of job candidates can be verified long before they are hired.
The Open Data Initiative will initially focus on creating a common set of terms to be employed across applications that will make it simpler for organizations to create a more unified digital customer experience.
Given the complexity and compute resources required to run AI models, a high correlation exists between organizations investing in AI that also have access to HPC platforms on-premises or in the cloud.
It will not take long for employees to discover what kind of organization they work for in the age of AI. Some organizations will invest in AI and retrain workers; others will seek to maximize profitability wherever possible.
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