Cloud computing prediction for 2018
For 2018, expect to see cloud computing enabled AI, machine learning and data analysis more accessible. As more technology solutions are developed using these, in 2018, cloud solutions will see significant growth.
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Enterprise mobility and artificial intelligence (AI)
AI is becoming more integrated into everyday life, and most people don’t even realize they’re interacting with. And it’s for these reasons the marriage of AI and enterprise mobility is going to reach unprecedented levels in the years to come.
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Safety takes precedence in the era of big data
As digital technology advances into everyday lives of people, firms must learn how to rapidly respond to data attacks. As technology enables people, customers and citizens to do their jobs properly through new digital services, businesses have to be more resilient about cybersecurity attacks occurring with increasing frequency.
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Users begin to move from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams
As promised in its Ignite conference in September, Microsoft Teams is taking the first steps in becoming the Skype for Business replacement. Teams is Microsoft’s chat-based collaboration tool for workgroups, used by many software developers and cloud-native startups.
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