In moving to the cloud one of the most important concepts is the transition from CapEx to OpEx management of resources. This brings both benefits and challenges which most companies are ill equipped to organize an approach around. I find that customers frequently either don’t know, or haven’t prepared their environment to properly manage costs […]
I spent time with Brian Goodwin on Data & AI for Manufacturing, talking about Demand Forecasting and business benefits. Brian has spent a tremendous amount of time in this space and it led to a great conversation.
Microsoft has launched an interesting (although not comprehensive) AI maturity assessment. It certainly has a good collection of things I’d think about when considering how to leverage AI in your organization. I’m impressed it asks questions about ethics and boldness in going down a path of using AI technologies in product development or business operations. […]
This is the second in a pair of posts on the most important actions to take to set up and maintain security in your Azure environment. This post picks up where the prior one left off in the list of 10 critical security concepts. (See the first five items here. Also, check out related content in […]
Chapter 5: Considerations in Leveraging AI to Augment Humanity Editors Note: This post is a part of a series on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. With the impact of AI on the economy, business output, and life being substantial many organizations have formed to propose principles and frameworks to engaging. The following is a set of […]
We all have friends in our lives, but how often have we taken a moment to think about the types of friends we have? Aristotle has given us an interesting model that is helpful to this day of three types of friendship, which are (1) friendships of utility, (2) friendships of pleasure, and (3) friendships […]