Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to have an impact on the future of data centers, like faster performance, easier management and more capabilities, so it’s not too hard to consider how AI may be applied to education. Today, “advances in deep learning and artificial intelligence are making it possible for computers to predict what you want almost before you know it yourself,” says Rowan Trollope, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco’s Collaboration Technology Group and IoT (Internet of Things). Learn how AI’s set to transform education.
Later this month, the pro AV industry will converge at the Las Vegas Convention Center for Digital Signage Expo. We urge you to consider attending this show to see for yourself the many ways enterprise audio and video are evolving. Whether you follow the event in person or virtually, here are a few trends we expect you’ll see.
With Ingram Micro announcing the expansion of its Ecosystem of Cloud to include new cloud delivery platforms at Cloud Summit 2016, many channel partners were eager to learn more about the capabilities of each platform, including the Ingram Micro Cloud Store.
It’s that time again, when we make resolutions for the coming year—to start an exercise regimen, for example, or cut down on sweets.
If you’re selling security solutions, you understand how integral next-general firewall (NGFW) technology is to any successful implementation. You also know how much firewalls have changed and expanded over the years. The capabilities have become pretty complex, to say the least. Today’s threat landscape demands it.
According to Safe and Sound Schools, 80% of schools still use pen and paper to track visitors. That leaves a lot of room for human error and clerical oversight. Even in a slow-moving government sector, that’s noteworthy in a digital world. However, the same report also sheds light on progress—school districts are now spending nearly $5 billion per year to make their schools safer. And 90% of K–12 schools have installed video surveillance equipment.
Unified Comm & Collaboration
Last year, Cisco announced that it received ISO 27001 certification for its collaboration solution, Cisco Spark. With so many industry acronyms and standards being bandied around, you may have overlooked this announcement, but it’s actually a big deal for Ingram Micro Cisco partners.