Why Better Mac Security Starts with Cloud Identity

August 17, 2020

For years, employees drove to an office, opened their computer, logged onto a corporate network with their username and password and got on with their workday. But working standard hours in a fixed office location is becoming more and more rare. In fact, a report by Gallup found that 43 percent of American employees work remotely.1 This growing mobile workforce requires the same, secure access to resources as their onsite counterparts — without connecting to the corporate network. And both onsite and remote employees need secure ways to access the expanding number of applications and resources that are hosted in the cloud. To accommodate, enterprise technology and IT practices must adapt.

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Omdia Decision Matrix: Selecting a Multichannel Cloud Contact Center Solution

whitePaper | July 28, 2020

The penetration of cloud-based contact center solutions into the contact center market has been growing dramatically as enterprises continue to acquire new customer engagement solutions or replace their existing premises-based contact centers. Cloud solutions are growing in popularity and gaining an increasingly significant share of the market as their feature sets and flexibility begin to match or surpass those of legacy premises-based systems. Cloud contact center vendors are spending R&D dollars to further develop their solution capabilities internally while also making strategic acquisitions in the customer engagement market space to enhance and broaden their offerings.

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Beyond the hype: A guide to understanding and successfully implementing artificial intelligence within your business

whitePaper | January 4, 2022

When people hear AI they often think about sentient robots and magic boxes. AI today is much more mundane and simple—but that doesn’t mean it’s not powerful. Another misconception is that high-profile research projects can be applied directly to any business situation. AI done right can create extreme return on investments (ROIs)—for instance through automation or precise prediction. But it does take thought, time and proper implementation. We have seen that success and value generated by AI projects is increased when there is a grounded understanding and expectation of what the technology can deliver from the C-suite down.

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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learningin Public Safety

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI), and specifically Machine Learning (ML), are being tested in an increasing number of fields, including data-centric environments. Image or text analysis, speech recognition, chatbot interactions, custom machine learning models… all these are elements that could enable the AI journey of a public safety and security organisation. This document dives into different aspects of integrating AI & ML in Public Safety activities, at different levels and in different domains of activity. It presents ethical and regulatory considerations, real examples from Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and Emergency Response Organisations (EROs), and also initiatives that can benefit the public sector greatly, with a series of recommendations at the end.

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Artificial Intelligence in the corporate world

whitePaper | November 25, 2019

In 2020, artificial intelligence will no longer be a vision of the future, but a tangible reality: language agents such as Siri, Cortana or Alexa are already pervading our everyday lives. The smart assistants play our favorite music, make restaurant suggestions, recommend films, identify the fastest route to our destination and steer our car better into the parking lot than we could. We use artificially intelligent systems that are becoming more and more a matter of course both at home and at work. AI systems have slipped into our everyday lives and they are here to stay.

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Connecting the Lifecycle of Construction

whitePaper | April 16, 2020

To your credit, you’ve done a little research and picked up a drawing tool here, an inspections tool, a bidding tool, and a financials tool. You’ve embraced the future or The Present, as it’s now called and are keeping abreast of ever-changing best practices.

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Applying Artificial Intelligence to Built Environments through Machine Learning

whitePaper | January 5, 2020

Machine learning (ML) is an application of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows systems to automatically learn and improve from exposure to more data without being explicitly programmed. ML focuses on the development of computer programs that can access data and use it to learn for themselves.1 While AI represents the broader concept of machines being able to carry out tasks in an intelligent way, machine learning is a current application of AI based on the idea that we can give machines access to data, and they can use that data to learn for themselves.

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Barefoot Networks is a startup founded in 2013 by industry veterans. We are a team of visionaries, experienced technologists and engineers who have created a blueprint for designing and operating the world’s fastest and most programmable networks. Our goal is to make programming your network as simple as programming your computer.

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