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Five Innovative Conversational AI Solutions Available in the Cloud

Conversational artificial intelligence (AI) is the underlying technology behind chatbots and virtual agents capable of carrying on a conversation with a human. The computing power and advanced technology necessary to successfully implement a conversational AI solution are beyond the reach of many organizations. Fortunately, many public cloud providers have addressed this issue by making conversational AI offerings part of their portfolios.


How Azure is Helping Create an Enhanced NBA Fan Experience

The NBA Playoffs are in full swing as the best basketball players in the world compete to become the champions of the 2021-22 season. Through a partnership with Microsoft, the NBA is taking advantage of the power of cloud computing to create an enhanced and more immersive fan experience with NBA CourtOptix.


Clouds Underpin the Metaverse  

We know that the metaverse concept, which is still in its infancy stage, is hot. It is one of the fastest-growing tech segments in the world, with many businesses – small and big- trying to figure out how it will benefit them. According to the Bloomberg Intelligence analysis report, 2021, metaverse could unlock a market opportunity of about $800 billion. This can come from buying and selling digital products or social media, where metaverse seems to have gained traction, thanks to the heavy investment by the social media giant Facebook which rebranded to Meta a few months ago.


Tighten Up Your Cloud Computing Efforts

Many companies today rely on cloud computing for different things, ranging from web-based software solutions to cloud hosting. It helps them streamline their daily operations and perform their duties efficiently. The cloud has made it easy for businesses to easily store and access their data anywhere at any time while minimizing the burden of building and maintaining the data center. For small and medium-sized businesses, taking advantage of the power of the internet for reliable on-demand computing services is the right approach to scale up operations and minimize the cost of running the business. As you seek to start your small business and take it to the next level with the help of the cloud, here are some tips that might help you get started.


Prepare for Cloud Migration to Avoid Failure  

Over the years, cloud computing has morphed into one of the biggest influencers of success in businesses. Its adoption has exploded, and it is no surprise why almost every business is thinking of having a concrete cloud strategy. Embracing a cloud has numerous benefits for all businesses, regardless of their size. They include efficiency, lowers operational cost, flexibility and profitability, among others. According to a study, the cloud computing market will reach $623 billion by 2023 at a Compound Annual Rate (CAGR) of 18 percent. Amazon Web Services (AWS) will continue leading in market share over this period. Despite the significant growth in this industry, many companies have not realized the importance and potential of cloud computing and migration to the cloud. The major concerns of the companies that have not invested in a cloud strategy are financial costs, internal resistance to change and security. Therefore, businesses must develop a detailed plan for proper execution and successful migration to the cloud.


Don't Ignore These Cloud Computing Challenges

In almost every tech discussion these days, the conversation will not end without the mention of cloud computing. This term seems to encompass almost everything about organizations. Cloud computing enhances many aspects of organizations, such as data storage, security, flexibility, and collaboration. Furthermore, it changes the workflows of small and large businesses and helps them make the right decisions with reduced costs. Despite the advantages that the cloud brings, it also has various challenges. Here are some cloud computing challenges that you should never ignore.


Pick Your Cloud Computing Staff Based on Skills  

Cloud computing is changing businesses in a big way, and the next phase is already turning fortunes for companies. According to a survey, companies that have adopted cloud computing have seen an increase of up to 20 percent of the time to market, an 18.8 percent rise in efficiency, and an 18.4 percent rise in employees' productivity. However, to fully realize the potential of the cloud and its impact on your business, you must revamp your IT department. Ensure that your IT department is up to the challenge and has all the necessary professionals to take your company to the next phase.


Choosing the Best Cloud Backup Solution for Your Business

Backups are one of the most popular cloud offerings for both individuals and businesses. Users have many options to protect their data with cloud solutions like iCloud, Google Drive, and DropBox. Backing up to the cloud enables data to be accessed from any location with an Internet connection and is more convenient than backing up to physical external devices.


Here's What's Up in Cloud Computing  

Cloud computing is fast becoming one of the critical technologies organizations look up to drive their businesses and increase profits. With this in mind, most organizations have made it a priority in their strategies. This has led to the rise and evolution of some roles, such as the CTO and CIO. While other technologies such as virtual reality, machine learning, and artificial intelligence continue dominating the tech-talks, cloud transformation continues to be a transformative technology that can enable a business to stand out from the rest. Here are some trends that you should watch out for as things unfold.


Make Certain Your Cloud-Based Services Will Perform During This Holiday Season

Cloud computing has been around for over two decades, but most businesses are yet to realize its importance in service provision. Despite the potential that this technology has shown in enhancing operational efficiency, reducing cost, or competing favorably with other businesses, many businesses are yet to implement it. However, according to the International Data Group, over 69% of businesses are already using cloud technology, with another 18% planning to implement it at some point. This shows that the technology is receiving widespread adoption in organizations, despite a number of them being left behind. As a retailer who already uses the cloud during this holiday, there might be many challenges. However, you must ensure that your-cloud based services will perform better during this holiday season. Here is what you need to do and what you must understand as you intend to serve customers.


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