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Daily Tech Briefing Feb. 15, 2019

Executive Order to Boost AI in Federal Agencies Short on Specifics VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: POTUS signs an order aimed at boosting AI in federal agencies, and Ericsson and Intel partner on a 5G platform.
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Six Advantages of Human-aided, 'Artificial' Artificial Intelligence

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eWEEK DATA POINTS: This human-aided AI, or “artificial artificial intelligence,” is fast becoming a competitive advantage for early adopters. In the coming years, these competitive advantages will transition into table stakes, and organizations who don’t adopt AI will be less efficient and...
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Squelch CX Optimizer: Product Overview and Insight

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Squelch is a new-gen customer experience bot developer for online businesses that serves customers after the sale — from handling onboarding on day one through trouble tickets on day 1,001.
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Georgia Health Care Turns to AI-Based Tools for Citrix Management

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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: In health care, where the workstations-on-wheels (WOWs) that clinicians use are thin-client terminals running Citrix VDI, some consistent issues have surfaced. Nyansa has come up with a new solution for these connectivity-based problems.
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#eWEEKchat Feb. 13: Edge Computing: IT's Newest Greenfield

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JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation about how IT is rapidly evolving into a new phase that may turn out to be as important as, if not more important than, the cloud itself.
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Health-care CIOs Told to Look Beyond IT for Better Outcomes

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TREND ANALYSIS: More elemental things—such as human emotion and social connectedness—play as big a role in determining the health and well-being of people as any lab diagnostic or surgical procedure.
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POTUS Signs Order Aimed at Boosting AI in Federal Agencies

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Executive order promises access to government information, calls for investment and standards, but it is short on specifics and does not request funding.
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How Finance IT Should View China, Brexit and Cloud

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NEWS ANALYSIS: To the current concoction of chaotic conundrums--tariffs, political discord, trade sanctions, IP theft and others--you can add the mix of emerging technologies not only disrupting industries but also dismantling the very walls that once separated them.
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eSecurityPlanet Research Shows Gaps in Security Spending, Hiring

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IT SECURITY ANALYSIS: Highly publicized data breaches, increasing vulnerabilities and new privacy regulations globally are pushing companies to increase spending on trusted IT security tools, staff, and hiring. But about a third of enterprises are falling behind in upgrading their systems.
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Edge Computing Pioneer StackPath Launches Platform for Containers, VMs

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NEW PRODUCT NEWS: StackPath users can deploy and manage their own workloads in any StackPath edge node worldwide. The platform enables them to put applications and services closer than ever before to their end users by leveraging more geographically diverse points of presence than centralized...
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eWEEK's Top Vendors: Web and Mobile Analytics Providers

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eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
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How to Get the Most Out of Enterprise Knowledge Assets Using Search

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The demise of the Google Search Appliance (announced in early 2016) marked the end of the flawed dream of off-the-shelf, one-size-mostly-fits-all enterprise search solutions. In its place is the promise of rich search-based applications that can search, explore and analyze enterprise information....
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Why U.S. Firms Are Less Cyber-Secure Than They Think

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eWEEK DATA POINTS: In a world in which smart companies such as Facebook, Yahoo and Target can fall victim to hackers, how prepared can regular businesses of all types be?

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