Contributors

Top 5 Deep Learning Architectures

By Amey Varangaonkar / August 3, 2018

If you are a deep learning practitioner or someone who wants to get into the world of deep learning, you might be well acquainted with neural networks already. Neural networks, inspired by biological neural networks, are pretty useful when it comes to solving

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DIY AI! Build your own AI with kits from Google

By John Pientka / August 3, 2018

Worried about the rise of the machines? Like doing things yourself? Now you can address both. Build your own AI with kits from Google. You can tell when something’s time has come. Hobbyists and tinkerers start doing it by themselves

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Infosec thought leaders

Beyond VDI: How the hybrid cloud is forcing us to rethink an industry

By Karen Gondoly / August 2, 2018

Beyond VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) Before I start this blog, I want to get something off my chest. Here it goes: Leostream is not a VDI company, at least not in your typical sense of the acronym. Forget what you’ve

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Istio 1.0: Making It Easier To Develop and Deploy Microservices

By Lew Tucker / August 1, 2018

With the recent availability of Istio 1.0 it is not surprising that it continues to capture much attention from the technical press and developer community. As an open platform to connect, manage, and secure microservices, Istio promises to make it

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Not Digital Transformation; It’s “Intelligence Transformation” We Seek

By Bill Schmarzo / August 1, 2018

Forrester published a report titled “The Sorry State of Digital Transformation in 2018” (love the brashness of the title) that found that 21% of 1,559 business and IT decision makers consider their digital transformations complete.  Complete? Say what?! The concept of “Digital

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How the Cloud Has Changed the Construction Industry

By Kayla Matthews / July 31, 2018

Cloud Construction Industry Cloud and remote computing have transformed the modern world in many ways. One may not expect so, but the technology has even taken hold in completely unrelated industries — construction and development is a great example. Why

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Part 1 – Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition and Memory

By Hitoshi Kokumai / July 30, 2018

In an earlier article we discussed what technology can displace the password. The proposition of Expanded Password System (EPS) that we advocate is now acknowledged as a ‘Draft Proposal’ for OASIS Open Projects that OASIS has recently launched as a

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AI Meets Industrial IOT: Power Your Data-Driven Enterprise

By Ronald van Loon / July 25, 2018

The rapidly progressing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology offers a lot of new opportunities to businesses in the industrial sector. Smart machines that are capable of performing repetitive tasks with accuracy and self-correcting errors would be the perfect solution for any

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You Can Leverage Digital Disruption to be Better at Business Development

By John Pientka / July 24, 2018

You have heard it before: you’ve got to become a trusted advisor to your prospects in order to be successful in today’s sales environment. Great, how do you get that deep understanding? Take advantage of the disruption in the consulting

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Cohort Analysis in the Age of Digital Twins

By Bill Schmarzo / July 19, 2018

To be actionable, Big Data and Data Science must get down to the level of the individual – whether the individual is a customer, physician, patient, teacher, student, coach, athlete, technician, mechanic or engineer. This is the “Power of One.”

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