Many data analytics companies are beginning to embed artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities directly into their software, allowing users to reap the benefits of AI-driven insights without developing the machine learning algorithms themselves.
Domo is taking a different approach from some of its peers by working closely with AWS to add automatic machine learning, recommended actions, and drag-and-drop predictive model deployment in the Domo Business Cloud.
Many businesses are eager to reap the productivity and efficiency-enhancing benefits of AI. They have collected and stored vast amounts of data but face challenges when it comes to uncovering the nuggets of insight that can improve operations, enhance customer service, and speed faster and more informed decision-making. One of the biggest hurdles to AI adoption is a lack of resources. Building, training, tuning, and deploying machine learning models is a lengthy process that requires the expertise of expensive data scientists and AI experts. Many businesses don’t have these resources readily available; nor do they have the time or money to invest in acquiring them. Continue reading “Domo Partners with AI Leader to Help Customers Gain Greater Insights from Their Data”→
The COVID-19 crisis poses several challenges for IT infrastructure vendors and customers, including the initial disruptions created by the crisis and those related to longer-term economic slowdown.
But it is not all bad news, and in various ways, the IT infrastructure sector is showing resilience, increased demand, and the potential to push through this crisis.
The COVID-19 crisis poses several challenges for IT infrastructure vendors and their customers. Some of these relate to the disruptions created by the onset of the crisis; others will stem from the slowdown in economic activity that is expected to accompany it. Economic slowdown will halt or delay IT purchasing and projects and make enterprise customers less likely to take chances with new technology investments. Project delays – whether due to supply chain issues, customer slowdowns, or illness among key personnel – will damage vendor bottom lines, while small vendors with low cash reserves may be severely impacted. The stresses being endured by people across the IT industry are very real and will also cause a loss of productivity and project delays. Continue reading “COVID-19: What Does the Crisis Mean for IT Infrastructure?”→
• The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) plans to harness the power of big data, AI, and cloud computing to manage and help contain the health crisis created by COVID-19 (coronavirus).
• Technology partners supporting this big data-based initiative include Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and Amazon Web Services.
The UK’s NHS has unveiled a government-initiated plan to harness the power of big data, AI, and cloud computing to manage and help contain the health crisis created by COVID-19. Specifically, the UK government has commissioned NHS England, NHS Improvement, which oversees the local NHS trusts, and NHSX, which is responsible for NHS digital innovation, to construct a big data platform to help those responsible for coordinating the response to the crisis – including government and health service officials. Continue reading “COVID-19: UK’s National Health Service Enlists Big Data, AI, and Cloud to Fight the Virus”→