Artificial Intelligence / AI stories
Cybersecurity practitioners are convinced they need AI — now comes the hard part
Applying advanced analytics technologies effectively to enhance security posture is no simple task, writes LogRhythm VP for sales APAC Simon Howe.
AI construction management platform BuildAi secures $1.9 million in seed funding
BuildAi has secured $1.9 million in its latest seed funding round as the industry scrambles to find viable solutions to adapt to COVID-19 lockdowns.
New software suite from IBM uses AI to help companies solve climate related risks
IBM has launched a new market category, environmental intelligence, bringing together climate science and business operations.
Fortinet: Artificial intelligence essential to combat fast-moving threats
Cornelius Mare, Fortinet Australia CISO, explains how AI helps manage risk, reduce costs and improve operational efficiency. AI is most effective when deployed across the entire attack surface.
IBM launches AI-powered software suite to fight climate change
The new suite is designed to help organisations prepare for and respond to weather and climate risks that may disrupt business, assess their own impact on the planet, and reduce the complexity of regulatory compliance and reporting.
Vonage launches AI Virtual Assistant for better unified comms
"With one of the first Virtual Assistant products of its kind in the marketplace, Vonage is augmenting its already robust unified communication offering with intelligent conversational experiences to make better connections."
Sisense announces two new appointments in the midst of growth surge
AI-driven cloud platform Sisense has announced the appointment of Paul Scholey and Kristina Agassi.
Databricks acquires low-code, no-code company to expand Lakehouse platform for citizen data scientists
Databricks has announced the acquisition of German start-up 8080 Labs to broadens the accessibility of its Lakehouse platform.
NVIDIA expands collaboration with Lenovo to include VMware's Project Monterey
NVIDIA has announced an extension of its collaboration with Lenovo to include participation in the early access program, Project Monterey.
Gartner reveals Govt uncertainty around artificial intelligence
“Senior executives in the public sector must address the early apprehension among the government workforce by showing how the technology helps them to getting their work done."
Ransomware grows 1,070%, organisations struggle to secure operations
Two-thirds of organisations have been the target of at least one ransomware attack, and the majority are more concerned of a ransomware attack than any other cyber threat.
From cloud competent to competitive advantage: how businesses can unlock cloud’s true potential
Many enterprises are fast-tracking cloud adoption as it offers the computing power required to harness AI - which allows businesses to improve performance.
Lack of understanding of artificial intelligence and machine learning contributing to cybersecurity attacks
"With cyberattacks and other data threats on the rise, it is crucial that businesses improve their understanding of these tools."
Equinix deploys first-of-its-kind 5G and edge development centre with full 5G network from Nokia
Equinix announces the first-of-its-kind 5G and Edge Technology Development Center, with a fully operational, non-standalone 5G network from Nokia.
Transforming contact centres with a digital-first customer experience strategy
Taking a genuinely digital-first approach to CX means organisations must understand how customers access services and how they are supported.
CX tech rising, but human interaction still key
People need to be at the centre of any CX strategy, according to new research.
Microsoft launches Code; Without Barriers
Microsoft, along with 13 companies across nine Asia Pacific countries, has launched Code; Without Barriers.
Oracle Fusion Marketing uses AI to bypass the lead and conversion process
Oracle has announced Oracle Fusion Marketing, helping marketers execute highly qualified campaigns.
SourseAI enters NZ distribution agreement with Devoli, eyes up telco market
SourseAI’s AI platform Sourse will enable Devoli customers to more effectively adopt machine learning, including real-time data on the New Zealand retail telco market covering broadband and mobile market insights.
ServiceNow's new platform helps businesses facing hybrid work challenges
ServiceNow has announced its Now Platform Rome release, delivering hundreds of innovations to help organisations adapt to the hybrid work era.
New low-code tools from Salesforce automate time-consuming, manual processes
Salesforce rolls out three new Einstein Automate products to help customers use low-code tools to automate time-consuming, manual processes.
How Self-Learning AI is changing the paradigm of endpoint security
Self-Learning AI is set to change the game for endpoint security – detecting the novel and sophisticated attacks that cause so much disruption today.
AI-driven solution automates and simplifies campus network rollouts
Juniper Networks has announced new AI enterprise features enabling customers to scale and simplify the rollout of campus wired and wireless networks.
Intuit confirms the $12 billion acquisition of Mailchimp
Intuit, the global technology platform behind TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, and Credit Karma, has announced it's agreed to acquire Mailchimp.