At its core, cloud data management is about what it means for an organization to have control and ownership of their data. When they do, they can move data to areas of the business where it holds the greatest value to generate revenue more quickly. To realize this, organizations must understand the structure and classification of data and how to manage it on-premise, off-premise and in multiple public clouds. This requires navigating cloud native services and storage options. In this episode of TEC17, WWT cloud data management experts, Steve Gregory and Sebastien Berube, dig into the benefits of a cloud data management capability and what organizations should be focusing on to achieve business value.
At Enterprise Connect 2019 on March 19, Cisco has announced Cognitive Collaboration, which is a host of collaboration products with built-in Artificial Intelligence. The products span meetings, contact center, and UC and fit under the umbrella of cognitive collaboration. To discuss what Cognitive Collaboration is, Joe Berger and Brandon Echele from WWT’s Collaboration practice talk about the solutions that Cognitive Collaboration brings, how it has evolved from Unified Communications, where this new product can lead to and the role Artificial Intelligence plays in these new Collaboration offerings.
Machine Learning and Deep Learning are technology tools that organizations have been using to incorporate Artificial Intelligence technology in their IT practices. These tools provide valuable solutions but also require best practice applications to deploy within these organizations. In this audio version of World Wide Technology’s latest episode of their Between the Racks video series, WWT’s Tim Brooks and Matt DuBell, along with Tony Paikeday from NVIDIA, discuss how they work with customers to provide solutions using these technology tools. They discuss how customers use NVIDIA’s DGX technology to deploy these technologies to provide solutions and several use cases where this technology has provided valuable benefits to organizations.