ERP can be an extraordinarily valuable tool in the quest to streamline operations and improve competitiveness, but make no mistake: This is very complex software that can easily foul things up if not provisioned and deployed properly.
Cisco revealed that as it relies more on machine learning algorithms to automate IT management, it will make the analytics it collects available to third parties via an API.
As enthusiasm for blockchain networks continues to rise, many organizations will soon be wrestling with a broad range of integration issues.
North Canton Schools in Ohio are using AI and machine learning to improve wireless services and make life much easier for those running the network.
AI is playing a vital role helping TGI Fridays achieve its goals: It is improving outreach to customers and making its retail establishments run in a consistent and efficient manner. It is also serving up drinks.
The priorities at BlackBerry around securing the elements of the IoT should be our priorities, as well.
The Workday People Analytics application is based on predictive analytics and machine learning algorithms.
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.
Collaboration platforms should be open and interoperable, and the industry is taking steps toward this goal. But the process is at a nascent stage, and it leaves questions of security, compliance and data management up in the air.
FinancialForce has previewed a Fall edition of its namesake enterprise resource planning (ERP) SaaS application that adds support for the Einstein AI framework developed by Salesforce.
In one key way, collaboration software conforms to past productivity solutions: There are lots of platforms with lots of features that all require careful evaluation to determine which one is the correct fit for the enterprise.
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.
Productivity software is turning into a vulnerability for the enterprise as hackers find new ways to worm their way into sensitive data infrastructure.