Enterprise software vendors of all stripes are beginning to add generative AI features to their applications. Here’s how Stream Financial, NFP, and Thomson Reuters are (cautiously) taking advantage of the technology.
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In addition to controlling the use of ChatGPT and other standalone tools, companies now have to grapple with generative AI being built into the productivity apps their employees use every day.
Highlights include a private AI platform developed with Nvidia that lets enterprises run generative AI applications on their proprietary data within VMware’s hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Enterprises—and their technology vendors—continue to fall over themselves to add gen AI capabilities to tools and platforms. But moving too fast can expose companies to present and future compliance risks, as well as potential legal liabilities.
Among the announcements at the VMware Explore conference is a new IBM-managed service based on VMware Cloud editions.
VMware combines SASE and edge management in new orchestration platform, announces private 5G service
News from the VMware Explore conference includes a unified management platform for VMware’s SASE and edge computing stack, along with a new managed private mobile networking service.
VMware NSX+ is a new cloud-managed service that enables consistent network operations and centralized security policy creation and enforcement in multicloud environments.
Different types of firewalls, including hardware, virtual, cloud-native, and firewall as a service, can be deployed and managed from a central interface with a hybrid mesh firewall platform.
Demand for cloud connects/interconnects is rising as enterprises commit to multicloud and SaaS application environments, and that’s driving greater interest in IaaS cloud networking services, says IDC.
Vendors are stacking their security service edge (SSE) suites with even more security functions, according to the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant.
Here are seven questions that CIOs need to answer that can help them formulate generative AI strategies or policies.
Rapid growth and development of AI is pushing the limits of cybersecurity and CISOs must take charge now to be ahead of a range of risks including data leak, compliance and prompt injection attacks.
Right-sizing workloads, upgrading to current generation servers, and managing power consumption can help enterprises reach their data centre sustainability goals.
Configuration errors and device vulnerabilities could allow attackers to move laterally across 5G network slices.
A recent report found that companies with cyber insurance have been hit by ransomware more than those without it, and sometimes more than once.
By Kalyan Madala, CTO, IBM ASEANZK