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Don't Let Your Public Cloud Plans Cost Too Much!

by Jeffrey Hewitt  |  August 12, 2020

Utilizing public cloud can be a real challenge for infrastructure and operations leaders. Balancing the expectations of executive management that public cloud is "cheap" versus attempting to govern and manage...

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Brace Yourself for an Explosion of Virtual Assistants

by Anthony J. Bradley  |  August 10, 2020

One of my highly talented analysts, Annette Jump, who covers virtual assistant/cognitive agent technologies recently completed an analysis of Natural Language Processing (NLP) patent submissions and investment activity. She just...

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Toolkit: Move the Funding Model From Project to Product Starting Today

by Deacon D.K. Wan  |  August 7, 2020

Application leaders see the urgent need for transforming to the product-centric model, but they are challenged by how it affects IT funding. Application leaders can use this toolkit to guide...

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Privacy vs Cookies - who's winning?

by Mike Wonham  |  August 7, 2020

The issue. Cookies do many things, all of which are useful to someone, many of which may be in contradiction with the end user. They can be complete security risks,...

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5 Techniques to Troubleshoot a Machine Learning Model

by Sumit Agarwal  |  August 5, 2020

Troubleshooting code in C++ or Java has been fairly easy. With a plethora of tools that help with a step-by-step execution of code to thread analysis at run time to...

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In a crisis, who pays now, how do they pay back in the future

by Mark P. McDonald  |  August 3, 2020

Cost cutting and other recession actions compromise someone.  Either customers, employees, suppliers or investors ‘pay’ for these actions.  Pay in the sense of accepting lower levels of service, losing wages,...

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Weird Hunting Analogy and Machines vs Humans

by John Collins  |  July 30, 2020

The more people I talk with about threat hunting, the more I realize everyone has their own opinion and interpretation of what it is. Unfortunately, I believe some entities misrepresent...

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What We're Reading: July 2020

by Jitendra Subramanyam  |  July 29, 2020

Where is the Rush to Visualize the Public Health Crisis of Racism? Being anti-racist can be more than just disaggregating data, though that may be one piece of the process....

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How do I Reduce Data Center Costs AND Get Ready for Cloud?

by Bob Gill  |  July 29, 2020

“Do more! But Spend less!  Over the past several months we have described many client interactions where financial pressures brought on by a stalled economy are butting up against enterprise...

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Dear CEO, does your B2B website need a "how to buy from us" page?

by Mark Raskino  |  July 29, 2020

During these crisis times companies are thinking the unthinkable. They are scrabbling to fix problems they have never faced before, applying ideas they only just dreamt up.. then executing at...

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