Showing posts from March 15, 2017

Here is why Prescriptive analytics is gaining traction

Risk reduction and cost effectiveness attributes are at the core of stakes. In effect, Prescriptive analytics is gaining traction due to its risk reduction and cost effectiveness attributes. Instead of estimating how something might perform, prescriptive analytics analyzes various factors and objects to recommend the best course of action. For example, using prescriptive applications will allow you to test several product launches before choosing one, or determine the rate of success for your different marketing initiatives.

Artificial intelligence within the apps industry

Steadily Artificial intelligence penetrates apps to improve user experience, offering functions like natural-language processing and neural networks, to name a few. For those who are unfamiliar, these functions allow apps to perform many advanced tasks like responding to complex requests or prioritizing emails.

Machine learning applications in our ever-connected era

We are still at the early stages when it comes to Machine learning applications. But, one can proudly observe the increasing development of sophisticated applications being used for greater volumes of available data and the technology being applied to a much wider range of situations.

Traditional business intelligence (BI) Vs advanced analytics techniques

It is now obvious that, traditional business intelligence (BI) processes are no longer able to meet the growing data volume, and the demands of growing enterprises that focus now on data sets that require new technologies and a better understanding of their key processes, operations, and customer behavior.
Advanced analytics techniques delivering actionable insights in real-time are killing Traditional business intelligence (BI). A momentum that leads to the rapid growth of advanced analytics market, and continuous innovation in data technology. Data analysis increases in sophistication, people become more creative in applying it.

The Industrial Internet of Things ultimately delivers value to organizations

There is a significant increase in deployments in our ever-connected era where the concern for a cyber attack is no longer focused on loss of data, but safety and availability.
In effect, the apparent contradiction of known risks and continued deployment demonstrates that security and operations need to coordinate on these issues. Organizations need to figure out how to apply security best practices in new environments. For those who are unfamiliar, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are the connected devices in critical infrastructure segments such as energy, utilities, government, healthcare and finance.

Industry professionals know that the Industrial Internet of Things security is a problem today

When it comes to the Industrial Internet of Things security, it is clear that, organizations need to change their level of preparation or they will experience the realization of these risks. According to Tripwire Study, many organizations don’t feel prepared to detect and stop cyber attacks against IIoT; despite the fact that cyber attacks in the industrial space can have significant consequences in terms of safety and the availability of critical operations. For those who are unfamiliar, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are the connected devices in critical infrastructure segments such as energy, utilities, government, healthcare and finance.

At the core of the general availability of Google Cloud Container Builder

Container technology has definitely proved its efficiency in our ever-connected world where apps and software are now part of our daily life and routines. Google Cloud Container Builder is a stand-alone tool for building container images regardless of deployment environment. Whether you're a large enterprise or a small startup, Google Cloud Container Builder can be a fast, reliable, and consistent way to package your software into containers as part of an automated workflow.
I can also observe that, Container Builder enables you to build your Docker containers on Google Cloud Platform. Container Builder provides a REST API for programmatically creating and managing builds as well as a gcloud command line interface for working with builds from the CLI. Online documentation includes examples using the Cloud SDK and curl that will help enable you to integrate Container Builder into your workflows however you like. Container Builder enables two new UIs in the Google Cloud Console unde…