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Document Strategy: Why the Future of Enterprise Blockchain Is in Applications

From its sketchy beginnings in the world of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, blockchain has quickly established itself as an important part of the enterprise information technology (IT) landscape.   While it’s easy to dismiss the growing adoption of blockchain by saying, “It’s still early days,” the fact remains that the use of blockchain is accelerating at an incredible …

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TechTarget: Big Tech Breakup

That’s because Amazon, the dominant cloud provider, to a large extent, subsidizes its cloud services and storage business with revenues from its e-commerce operations, enterprise-oriented products such as G-Suite, YouTube and other businesses, Pelz-Sharpe said. The same goes for Google, to a lesser extent, but Google’s enterprise and cloud footprint have been growing at a …

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The Hindu Businessline: A roadmap to using Artificial Intelligence

Thinking about leveraging AI in your organization? Perplexed about which use cases and technologies would be relevant, what sorts of data to mine, how to budget for it, how to build skilled teams and where to find vendors? This book, which also addresses the dark side of AI, is a useful guide.

TechTarget: After fine, YouTube AI to help flag content for children

“The YouTube FTC case alludes to a much bigger problem,” said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of market advisory and research firm Deep Analysis, based in Groton, Mass. “Cloud data through SaaS applications is regularly mined without consent,” he said. Vendor guidelines are typically opaque and occasionally deliberately misleading, Pelz-Sharpe said.

Insurance Hound: Claims Processing

Traditional insurers are being attacked by pure-play digital business models that are using digital applications such as chatbots to turn the process of filing a claim into a fast, simple, and satisfying experience.

SearchEnterpriseAI: Microsoft India & AI

The Microsoft India AI trainings, intended to upskill employees, are a “good move” by the technology company, said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of the advisory firm Deep Analysis.

Training like this is long overdue not just India, but everywhere as AI is poorly understood. Alan Pelz-SharpeFounder, Deep Analysis “At a high level, training like this is long overdue not just India but everywhere as AI is poorly understood and often poorly deployed,” Pelz-Sharpe said.

TechTarget: Microsoft India AI workshops to upskill government employees

The Microsoft India AI trainings, intended to upskill employees, are a “good move” by the technology company, said Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of the advisory firm Deep Analysis. “At a high level, training like this is long overdue not just in India, but everywhere, as AI is poorly understood and often poorly deployed,” Pelz-Sharpe said.

Exchange4Media: Customer experience should be of utmost importance

At the first edition of exchange4media’s MarTech Conference and Expo held on Friday, Alan Pelz-Sharpe, Founder, Deep Analysis, spoke on the topic: A CX Roadmap that puts customers in the driving seat. Sharpe explained why customer experience (CX) should be of utmost importance for an organisation.