It’s been about a year since generative AI (Gen AI) burst on the scene. Many people have played with the technology and now understand its use case is creating original content or data that mimics real-world patterns. For IT vendors, the use cases go far beyond creating simple pictures or writing press releases.
Before AWS re:Invent opened today, Amazon Web Services Inc. held a Sports In Action Showcase, which included a sports panel with three AWS executives who outlined how the company is working with sports organizations.
Thanksgiving has passed in the U.S., so it’s on to the December holiday season — but before we can deck the halls and jingle some bells, an important event is coming up: AWS re:Invent 2023. This upcoming week, an estimated 60,000-plus people will descend upon Las Vegas to check out the latest and greatest from the cloud computing leader.
The communications industry is rapidly shifting from best of breed to best of suite. When it comes to interacting with employees and customers, there are many ways to do it. Historically, customers have had to buy product A for calling, product B for meetings, product C for contact center, and so on.
As technology advances, organizations are always looking for the latest and greatest tools to help them stay ahead of the competition. However, a new study by Zscaler has revealed a concerning trend where organizations are rushing to adopt generative artificial intelligence (gen AI) tools despite security concerns.