Seattle-based Qumulo, which describes itself as “the simple way to manage exabyte-scale data anywhere,” recently announced a new version of its Scale Anywhere platform. The solution, which can run on commodity hardware or in the public cloud, seeks to help enterprises vexed by unstructured data. The company says that Scale Anywhere uses a unified approach to improve efficiency, security, and business agility.

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Qumulo’s New Scale Anywhere Platform Aims to Modernize Data Storage

This week the largest cloud computing vendor, AWS, is holding its 11th re:Invent conference. Given its leading position in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), much of the news revolved around infrastructure.

Over the past few years, AWS has been offering a handful of SaaS services, one of which is its Connect contact center product, and the company announced several new capabilities to this solution.

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AWS Boosts AI for Connect Contact Center Product

Start-up Uniphore has announced its Q for Sales product, which brings the benefits of conversational artificial intelligence (AI) to enterprise sales organizations.

Conversational AI is a hot topic but has primarily been applied to contact centers, where the technology has been focused on dissecting chatbot interactions between businesses and consumers. This has been the “low hanging fruit” for the conversational AI industry yet it’s just scratching the surface of what’s possible.

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Uniphore Rolls Out Conversational AI for Sales