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Searching for data—not to mention re-creating data sets that already exist—is creating expensive inefficiencies for today's enterprises.
Using IBM data streams and AI, shipping companies and the port stand to save up to one hour each in berthing time, which can amount to about $80,000 in savings per day.
The open-source office suite found in most Linux distributions integrates new capabilities to help export and secure documents and spreadsheets.
Corporate and education customers are now entitled to an extra six months of support for each Windows 10 feature update.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft reportedly is less tied to legacy in its Windows "Polaris" revamp; IBM flips on fast new Nvidia processors for AI apps in the cloud; Google removed 700,000 Android apps from its mobile app store in 2017; and there's more.
A recent AI-focused “predictions” report from PwC indicates that concerns about losing jobs to machines may be overstated, as “reskilled” employees will use AI to make better business decisions.
Companies are turning to bots to avoid the hassle that apps bring and create a pleasant CX, defined as “customer experience.” But best practices are a good idea.
The collaboration-enhancing feature is now generally available on the iOS and Mac versions of in Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Microsoft's vision of a streamlined, modular Windows operating system includes a desktop environment that isn't as tied to the past.
DAILY VIDEO: Linux 4.15 released with improved meltdown, Spectre patches; Millennials likely to use biometrics for authentication, IBM finds; Microsoft updates Windows to counter Intel's buggy Spectre patch; and there’s more.
The Nvidia V100 GPU is the fastest graphics processing unit to date, and when combined with the IBM Cloud, it is designed to enable enterprises, data scientists and researchers to do more work in less time.