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Get more from your retail customers through enhanced recommendation engines

In the competitive world of online retailing, offering simple product recommendations such as “customers who bought this item also bought this” isn’t going to cut it any more. Customers expect much more, says, Martin Darling, VP EMEA, TigerGraph, and if you don’t deliver it, chances are someone else will.

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Time for IT to have a bigger seat at the table

The cyber threat continues to grow and evolve, with the number of attacks increasing year-on-year. As cunning hackers take advantage of the ongoing pandemic by targeting remote workforces, businesses are forced to contend not only with this increased security risk, but also furloughed staff, social distancing restrictions and a turbulent economic market, says, Andrea Babbs, general manager at VIPRE Security UK and Ireland.

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Aurora Multimedia launches AV-over-IP solution with Semtech platform

Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced Aurora Multimedia Corp. (Aurora), a global provider of state-of-the-art technology for IP-based AV distribution, has chosen to integrate Semtech’s BlueRiver AVP2000 AV processor into its software defined video over ethernet (SDVoE)-based Aurora IPX-TC3A Series offering low power AV over IP (AVoIP).

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Sensors get clever: AI revolutionises fitness tracking

Squats, crunches or kettlebell swings: The list of fitness exercises available nowadays is almost endless. Many fitness trackers or smartwatches, however, offer only a very limited number of activities that can be tracked and do not recognise activities reliably due to different performance styles, equipment, heights and energy levels of users.

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Airtel Africa extends partnership with CSG to support its digital transformation

The long-standing partnership between network operator Airtel Africa and telecom solution vendor CSG has been extended. As part of an enhanced agreement, CSG will provide Airtel Africa with managed services, including customer relationship management (CRM) and convergent charging and billing solutions to support the growth the company is experiencing through its 14-country footprint across Africa.

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How AI enhances connected device manufacturers’ fraud detection and prevention

As sure as the sun rises in the east, when money is actively exchanging hands, scammers will shortly get a whiff and show up to take what they can. And so, says Judd Bagley, VP of marketing at Everise, it is in the market for connected devices, where Statista reports that in 2019, new smart phone and smart home product revenues in the US alone combined to reach just under $160 billion (€135.23 billion) – which is more than the GDP of Ukraine.

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Industries revolutionised by smart technologies

When we think about rapid developments in terms of wireless technology, we often automatically assume it’s in regard to telecommunications. However, with so many alternative industries taking advantage of the offerings that wireless technology and connectivity provides, this couldn’t be further from the truth, says Sam Taylor, marketing executive at Nomad Digital.

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AI-based marketing capabilities for CSPs developed by Veego

Veego Software, that aims to perfect the internet experience in the connected home through the application of AI and other innovative technologies, has released its latest solution. Smart Marketing, is said to enable communication service providers (CSPs), media providers, smart device manufacturers, and app creators to understand and personalise the experience of every internet user.

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Arista expands Cognitive Campus Portfolio for enterprises

Arista Networks has expanded its Cognitive Campus portfolio with new platforms, including the new 750 Series modular chassis for enhanced security solutions and simplified automation workflows. These new capabilities are designed to improve efficiency and reduce Opex to enterprise workspaces based on modern cloud networking principles.

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Learning to embrace remote work: Ensuring enterprise-wide business continuity with B2B eCommerce

A Leesman study revealed that in the manufacturing, distribution, and industrial sectors, more than 53% of workers have no experience working from home. This startling statistic demonstrates the challenges these industries face as work from home becomes the new norm. Here, manufacturing journalist, Thomas R. Cutler (TRC) interviews Motti Danino (MD), chief operations officer (COO) at Oro Inc.

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Technical AI talent has grown to 477,000 globally with emerging hot spots taking larger share, study shows

Jean-Francois (JF) Gagne, CEO and founder of Element AI, a global developer of artificial intelligence-powered (AI) solutions and software, today announced the release of the third annual Global AI Talent Report. The 2020 report examines the most current global patterns for the worldwide AI talent pool. 

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MEC adoption parameters proposed for enterprise and CSP consideration

Multi-access edge computing (MEC), formerly called mobile edge computing, is an ETSI-defined network architecture concept that enables cloud computing at the edge of a network. In layman’s terms it brings cloud advantages at the edge of the network or closure to customer services outside regular cloud deployments hereby reducing latency and bringing in efficiency.

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