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posted in October 2018
With so many organizations competing for AI and machine learning talent, an OpsRamp executive shares his thoughts on the questions to ask candidates.
To make your tech budget go further, break out of the status quo and focus on where tech investments will be most effective.
It is critical for businesses to design a framework in which their digital workforce will thrive, while pairing it with smart change management and governance approaches.
As a concept, DevOps is designed to help with risk management, but when you're launching a DevOps initiative, risk management techniques come in handy.
Building a great workforce starts with leadership's understanding of how to help employees buy into what the organization is trying to accomplish, beyond completing day-to-day tasks.
Proactive relationship management with early customers is critical to the success of growing start-up companies.
The data team structure that your company has used for a few years needs to turn its focus to results and putting analytics tools in the hands of business units.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning already are having an impact in a sector that concerns all of us, healthcare.
The growing reliance on AI and machine learning in the coming decades can have a negative impact on many jobs while raising new social issues. Yet, businesses can minimize those impacts.
Continued broad development of AI technologies and concepts require new approaches to collaboration between industry organizations and academia.
In the emerging, AI-powered workplace, there's plenty of work to be done, some suited for machines and some suited for humans.
Face recognition can be a valuable tool that makes our lives easier and safer, but it has to be done right.
You might be surprised to learn that the driving force in growth of the Internet economy isn't the number of buyers, but the number of sellers.
IT executives, with their view into technology's potential, are leading key innovation efforts, and it looks like more of their peers will do the same.
When it's time to preserve company data and communications relating to pending legal matters, the IT and legal groups have to work together.
The growing importance and complexity of IT mean that the CIO needs a seat at the table when it comes to driving innovation.