Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reshaping business operations, from network troubleshooting and cybersecurity to customer service and communications. As investment in AI reaches new heights, organizations must weigh its benefits against cost, environmental impact, ethical concerns, and implementation challenges.
Behind the scenes, today’s IT network infrastructure plays a highly significant role in making sure that fans of the National Football League enjoy a great experience during games. To learn more about that, I recently spoke with Chip Suttles, VP of Technology for the Seattle Seahawks. We met at the team’s home turf, Lumen Field, known as CenturyLink Field before the rebranding by Lumen Technologies.
Recently, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) made major business tech news when it announced its intent to acquire Juniper Networks for $14B. This move brings together two of the larger “ABC” – also known as Anything But Cisco – and shakes up a networking industry long overdue for consolidation.
In its CES 2024 blog, NVIDIA characterized its announcements as “A Launching Pad for Generative AI” – fitting, as 2023 was certainly the year that Gen AI became mainstream. I wanted to see what NVIDIA has coming. Arguably no company is more important to advancing AI than the chip giant. As critical as Intel was to the PC era, NVIDIA will play a similar role for AI.
A new report from Tangoe sheds light on FinOps implementations, artificial intelligence, and how to improve cloud costs and financial predictability. Cloud has taken every industry by storm. But the report shows that, despite the apparent benefits, “a variety of challenges still get in their way, mostly around cost control, security expertise, and a skills gap.” Furthermore, the ongoing “cloud sprawl” has not helped these issues.