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posted in February 2019
Technical debt is a hidden cost that robs your business of its ability to be nimble and make needed changes for your customers
Regardless of the spotlight President Trump put on AI, the technology was destined to make a big impact in 2019, and companies will need AI to compete successfully.
Nothing beats an in-person offsite to foster team bonding, but with a little planning, virtual offsites can be just as engaging, interactive, and fun.
As AI becomes a bigger and perhaps transformative technological force, itís crucial to recognize that artificial intelligence is only as good as the genuine human thinking that goes into it.
It's time for enterprises to define their artificial intelligence strategies, and they have to consider embarking on mass experimentation to achieve success.
IT professionals shared their thoughts on the pros and cons of a pair of hybrid cloud management tools.
Enterprises across all industries must brace themselves for disruption, and prepare for it through digital transformation.
When implementing open source software, look beyond the license terms to understand who is driving change on the software.
It's time for IT leaders to recognize that the IT group is crucial to their companies' future growth and success, and to let the business know that IT is there to help.
Both individual employees and their employers need to take action to prepare for a future where people increasingly work alongside machines.
The promise of AI is real, but the potential dangers are also just as real. In the end countermeasures will alleviate the dangers.
We may be at a point in the evolution of machine learning tools where formal education in the field is no longer necessary.
Businesses across all sectors have to improve their efforts to drive greater diversity in their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforces.
It is up to enterprise organizations, not just academia, to maintain artificial intelligence's momentum when it comes to innovation and adoption.