At the Build conference this year, Microsoft announced many different ways they are bringing Artificial Intelligence to the Edge. Microsoft’s goal is to distribute access to AI across the cloud and the edge to empower more devices and people to benefit from machine learning and neural networks. Continue reading
Cloud computing; while sometimes compared with the virtualization of computing applications, power, and storage that deploys “pay-as-you-go” web services, the characteristics of this emerging model have made it much more than a buzzword in technology circles today. Continue reading
Cloud services have become more and more useful to businesses as technology has advanced. Today, the cloud isn’t just a place to keep your data: It’s a place to share resources, utilize software and more.
The cloud and various cloud computing trends have made their mark on the world in the past several years. Going into 2018, that trend isn’t going to stop. In fact, most IT executives and business owners are already looking forward to what 2018 will bring as far as cloud computing is concerned.
As the cloud has become more trusted and more established in many different industries, it has also become more effective and efficient. It’s grown beyond a place to simply store data into a service that provides secure, flexible software applications and even operating systems.
When talk of something called “the Intelligent Cloud” first began, nobody really knew what it was or what to expect from it. Continue reading
Most people are unaware of the potential of Intelligent Edge. Intelligent Edge, a concept coined by Microsoft, can best be described as the intersection of where the action takes place and where your data is available.