AI Data and Primitives: Cultivating the Right Data Exceeds Any Measure of ESP

Data is the plural of datum, a single piece of information. Raw data is unrefined like ore and has less value than when it is processed, organized and structured. Once

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Anomaly Detection in Networks and a Few Tools in the Box

Every network is different yet comprised of similar components. We all use the same protocols but our user, application and device fingerprints are unique to each and every organization. This

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The AI Data Science Toolbox

Do you know what tools you have before you open your toolbox? Does what you find influence your direction or approach? “A good craftsman never blames his tools” may be

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AI-Driven Problem Solving

AI is not conscious nor a panacea, but it does represent a seismic shift in how we tackle the complexity of our natural and modern world. AI is often used

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Assistants, Chatbots and AI-Driven Frameworks

Everyone can use a little help sometimes. When facing a complex problem or frequent challenge, if you ask for help or someone proactively offers, do you trust them and why?

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Why AIOps Matters

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used to augment the capabilities of IT operations teams, a practice commonly known as AIOps. AIOps has met significant resistance from some IT teams

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Decision-making with Real AI Beats a 6th Sense Every Time

Artificial Intelligence is a term that can conjure up any number of popular characters from science fiction. But in IT, AI is very real and has been delivering quantifiable benefits

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Level Up Your Data Center with Agile Architectures

As network usage grows, your data center must scale to accommodate increased network traffic with visibility to what’s going on and without compromising scalability, manageability and sustainability. Organizations are moving

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Brave New World: The Financial Enterprise at Home

According to a recent Gartner CFO survey, nearly a quarter of respondents said they will move at least 20% of their on-site employees to permanent remote positions.* This transformation will

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Juniper Networks Brings 400GbE Speeds to StarLight

At the recent SuperComputing Conference (SC19) in Denver, Colorado, Juniper Networks successfully delivered a 400GbE link from the show floor in Denver to StarLight, an advanced networking facility located at

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