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Articles for the keywords: Google
19 Feb 2017 Here's How Evernote Moved 3 Petabytes Of Data To Google's Cloud [60563]
ComputerWorld, February 8th, 2017

"70 days, 5 billion notes, 12 billion files, and a whole lot of engineering work," opines Blair Hanley Frank in ComputerWorld

"Evernote decided last year that it wanted to move away from running its own data centers and start using the public cloud to operate its popular note-taking service. On Wednesday, it announced that the lion's share of the work is done, save for some last user attachments.

The company signed up to work with Google, and as part of the migration process, the tech titan sent a team of engineers (in one case, bearing doughnuts) over to work with Evernote to make sure the process was a success..."
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19 Feb 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [60548]
Vol 228 Issues 1, 2; Vol 227 Issue 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 226 Issues 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Best Data Storage Products 2016: Products Of The Year
  • Deloitte Outlines Its 7 Big Tech Trends For 2017 And Beyond
  • Artificial Intuition Will Supersede Artificial Intelligence, Experts Say
  • Building The Predictive Enterprise: What CIOs Should Tell CEOs About A.I.
  • Lessons Learned From Data Center Outages, But Still A Long Trip Ahead
  • Here's How Evernote Moved 3 Petabytes Of Data To Google's Cloud
  • Disaster Recovery In The Cloud: Key Considerations
  • Data Breaches Affect All Parts Of Business, Verizon Report Shows
  • Why The Hottest Technology Job This Year May Be Scrum Master
  • The Future Isn't Cloud. It's Multi-Cloud

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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19 Feb 2017 Building The Predictive Enterprise: What CIOs Should Tell CEOs About A.I. [60571]
CIO, February 10th, 2017

"Artificial intelligence is a powerful technology that can turn your organization into a predictive enterprise. But CIOs need to work with their CEOs to clarify the business case for A.I. instead of rushing headlong into the A.I. revolution," opines James Canton in CIO

"By now we have all heard the buzz. Siri has plenty of company. Alexa and Google have invaded the home. Tesla's artificial intelligence is, well, driving itself. Google's Deep Mind is running the company's multi-billion-dollar search business. Even they don't know how it works - it just does. IBM's Watson has its own office and is predicting cancer treatments for real patients. You can't even date online without artificial intelligence (A.I.) hooking you up..."
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16 Feb 2017 Next-Gen Conversational AI Opens Doors For Enterprise Integrations [60603]
ITProPortal, February 16th, 2017

"Will businesses embrace the power of voice in 2017?

New voice-enabled devices have proven to be a breakout hit with consumers in 2016. For businesses embracing innovation, this opportunity represents a land grab as large and important as when Apple first opened the iOS App Store in 2008. Google now processes roughly 40,000 search queries every second. This translates to more than 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide. ComScore predicts that by 2020, 50 percent of all searches will be voice searches..."
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16 Feb 2017 HR And IT Combine Efforts On Workforce Analytics [60617]
ComputerWorld, February 16th, 2017

"As more companies depend on information about their employees to make crucial decisions, HR and IT are working closer together than ever before to deliver the data ...

Human resources is, by definition, all about managing people - historically considered the softer side of business. But companies are increasingly tying staffing decisions directly to specific business problems, strategies and goals, an approach popularized in part by tech companies such as Google. And to do that, they need data - lots of data..."
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