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NEWS ANALYSIS: New artificial intelligence and machine learning applications for the health care service providers and insurance payers were prominent at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society 2018 Conference.
While BlackBerry may be out of the smartphone handset business, the company also knows how to do security software, and not only for connected devices.
Along with Druva’s longtime service for Windows devices, this deal enables the service for Apple devices, which are making more and more of an impact in the enterprise.
Dell EMC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) were neck-and-neck in the worldwide server market based on revenue in the fourth quarter of 2017.
A survey conducted by Dell and Institute for the Future asked 3,800 business leaders on how they thought artificial intelligence and automation will shape workplaces for good or ill by 2030.
New dashboards feature AI-driven recommendations to help customer-facing employees understand and perform next best actions based on sales event triggers and project management milestones.
The next major Windows 10 update, expected sometime in the spring of 2018, will include the new AI model evaluation capabilities for developers.
While the competition is all good for the potential buyer, it's only natural that a shakeout in this market--via acquisition or old-fashioned attrition--is probably going to happen in the next couple of years.
This sounds almost too good to be true: Robin's open source-based software enables users to deploy, manage and consolidate all their cloud-based big data, NoSQL and database workloads in a single control panel.
The next big Windows 10 feature update will include a revised setup experience with more privacy options.
A new study finds that few companies are “model-driven” in deploying data science despite the business advantages of doing so.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Slack is adding new capabilities to its enterprise collaboration platform as it works to stay ahead of rivals Microsoft and Google, which are working hard to catch up to kill the killer app.