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Applied AI
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Nov 19, 2019

Applied AI – Time to lead from the front

Ahmed Mithani Sr. Director Customer Success

Applied artificial intelligence (AI) applications are more pervasive across sectors, the time has come for industry leaders to consider the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) applications on both top and bottom lines of businesses. This...
Global Safe
249

Oct 22, 2019

Global SAFe Summit 2019: Key Takeaways

Sue Laurent Principal Product Marketing Manager

Read for key takeaways from the Global SAFe Agile Summit, 2019. SAFe 5.0 offers interesting opportunities for organizations of all sizes in the future, and it is exciting to see how the updated framework supports everyone as we continue on our...
Agile Initial Thoughts
283

Oct 22, 2019

SAFe 5.0 is Here: Our Initial Thoughts

Sue Laurent Principal Product Marketing Manager

The 2019 Global SAFe Summit in San Diego earlier this month, the members of the Digital Advisory and Consulting Services (DACS) team at Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies want to share our initial thoughts on the release of SAFe 5.0. Read more...
Cyber Security
221
Typically, organizations are cautioned against using agile methodologies for the initial IAM infrastructure setup and first deployment release of IAM integration. For organizations pursuing DevOps and agile approaches, there’s a path forward. Goal...
Reasons to Engage an Agile
270
Successful organizations and smart employees often don’t see the need to change or struggle with reaching a consensus on what and how to change. Assessing and replacing old habits challenge the employees’ power structures and often, involving a...
Five Goals
491
https://community.broadcom.com/blogSecurity professionals like you have gone to significant extremes to keep your IAM operations running like a Tesla in ludicrous mode, but we also know there’s always room for improvement. You can take it to the...
Focus: A leadership superpower
303

Jun 10, 2019

Focus: A leadership superpower

Martin Burns EMEA Director

Continually asking for things, being promised them, and not getting results is one of the most frustrating situations that leaders experience. Identifying and pursuing the wildly important thing to completion helps to increase team output, de-...
LSH
988
Predictive analytics has the potential to enhance value-based care for patients while also driving down costs for payers and providers. As value-based care becomes the norm, next gen enterprises need to leverage predictive analytics to improve...
Chat
467

Apr 12, 2019

Rise of Chatbots

Sandip Bhattacharya ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

A chatbot is loosely defined as a computer program which conducts conversation via auditory and textual methods. It is derived from the word “ChatterBot”, coined by Michael Mauldin in 1994. There are several derivatives – verbot, smartbot...
LSH
988
Predictive analytics has the potential to enhance value-based care for patients while also driving down costs for payers and providers. As value-based care becomes the norm, next gen enterprises need to leverage predictive analytics to improve...
Five Goals
491
https://community.broadcom.com/blogSecurity professionals like you have gone to significant extremes to keep your IAM operations running like a Tesla in ludicrous mode, but we also know there’s always room for improvement. You can take it to the...
Force Multipliers
1,054
Internet of Things (IoT) Security: Key Challenges & their Force Multipliers
Agile Initial Thoughts
283

Oct 22, 2019

SAFe 5.0 is Here: Our Initial Thoughts

Sue Laurent Principal Product Marketing Manager

The 2019 Global SAFe Summit in San Diego earlier this month, the members of the Digital Advisory and Consulting Services (DACS) team at Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies want to share our initial thoughts on the release of SAFe 5.0. Read more...
Data Mining
433

Apr 08, 2019

Role of IoT and Data Mining in the Tech Industry

Saravana Nallakamu SAP Digital CX Practice Lead

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network connecting the world of tangibles to that of the intangibles, that is, a network of physical objects connected to the software cloud. With the increasing popularity of IoT, new solutions are designed using...
Reasons to Engage an Agile
270
Successful organizations and smart employees often don’t see the need to change or struggle with reaching a consensus on what and how to change. Assessing and replacing old habits challenge the employees’ power structures and often, involving a...
Cyber Security
221
Typically, organizations are cautioned against using agile methodologies for the initial IAM infrastructure setup and first deployment release of IAM integration. For organizations pursuing DevOps and agile approaches, there’s a path forward. Goal...
Digital Customer
227
The advent of smartphones, smart appliances, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML)-enabled cars has caused a shift in the way customers experience services. With the role of technology in the lives of customers increasing every day...
Chat
467

Apr 12, 2019

Rise of Chatbots

Sandip Bhattacharya ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT

A chatbot is loosely defined as a computer program which conducts conversation via auditory and textual methods. It is derived from the word “ChatterBot”, coined by Michael Mauldin in 1994. There are several derivatives – verbot, smartbot...

Applied AI – Time to lead from the front
Ahmed Mithani - Sr. Director Customer Success | November 19, 2019
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Applied artificial intelligence (AI) applications are more pervasive across sectors, the time has come for industry leaders to consider the implications of artificial intelligence (AI) applications on both top and bottom lines of businesses. This article talks about how AI will enable companies to gain a competitive advantage and implementation of the technology in their processes and products.


Global SAFe Summit 2019: Key Takeaways
Sue Laurent - Principal Product Marketing Manager | October 22, 2019
249 Views

Read for key takeaways from the Global SAFe Agile Summit, 2019. SAFe 5.0 offers interesting opportunities for organizations of all sizes in the future, and it is exciting to see how the updated framework supports everyone as we continue on our agile journey. Take the oppertunity to read the key takeaways to stay up to date.


SAFe 5.0 is Here: Our Initial Thoughts
Sue Laurent - Principal Product Marketing Manager | October 22, 2019
283 Views

The 2019 Global SAFe Summit in San Diego earlier this month, the members of the Digital Advisory and Consulting Services (DACS) team at Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies want to share our initial thoughts on the release of SAFe 5.0. Read more and learn what the SAFe 5.0 framework updates are and what it brings to users.


Five Goals for Your Identity and Access Management Operations Software Factory: Part V
Nikhil Kumar - Principal Services Architect | October 16, 2019
221 Views

Typically, organizations are cautioned against using agile methodologies for the initial IAM infrastructure setup and first deployment release of IAM integration. For organizations pursuing DevOps and agile approaches, there’s a path forward.

Goal 4 of this series, Making DevOps Agile, outlines some features that can easily be released using most of the preferred industry agile methodologies.


Top 5 Reasons to Engage an Agile Coach on the Way to Self-Sustainable Business Agility
Sue Laurent - Principal Product Marketing Manager | September 24, 2019
270 Views

Successful organizations and smart employees often don’t see the need to change or struggle with reaching a consensus on what and how to change. Assessing and replacing old habits challenge the employees’ power structures and often, involving a third party can help identify and resolve friction points and gain consensus early in the process.

This blog outlines five compelling reasons for hiring an agile coach early on, so that the transformation can lead to true, self-sustaining, and impactful agile adoption.


Five Goals for Your Identity and Access Management Operations
Nikhil Kumar - Principal Services Architect | June 10, 2019
491 Views

https://community.broadcom.com/blogSecurity professionals like you have gone to significant extremes to keep your IAM operations running like a Tesla in ludicrous mode, but we also know there’s always room for improvement. You can take it to the next level by introducing an enterprise grade IAM infrastructure – introducing agility and setting the stage for automation.

 My goal is to help you set up a software factory for your world—I’ll do this by summarizing five goals for your enterprise grade identity an access management infrastructure. Goals one, two and three were summarized in previous posts (I’ll provide the links in a future post). A detailed summary of goals four and five are coming soon.


Focus: A leadership superpower
Martin Burns - EMEA Director, Digital Advisory & Consulting Services | June 10, 2019
303 Views

Continually asking for things, being promised them, and not getting results is one of the most frustrating situations that leaders experience.

Identifying and pursuing the wildly important thing to completion helps to increase team output, de-prioritize starting new things in favor of finishing existing ones, and learn faster. When teams try to do more than their natural capacity, when they attempt to work on multiple critical projects in parallel or multi-task with the false hope that key dates or measures of quality won’t be negatively impacted, poor results inevitably follow.

  1. Know your wildly important thing. Discuss it with sponsors, peers, and teams to ensure consensus.
  2. For teams operating at natural capacity, requests to add work, by default, need to be declined unless they come with a proposal to de-prioritize current committed work.
  3. Adopt the mantra “Stop Starting, Start Finishing”. Repeat this in every meeting, and whenever a new thing is proposed

The Rise of Personalized Medicine with Predictive Analytics
Pawan Sohi - AVP, Customer Advocacy, Life Sciences and Healthcare | April 30, 2019
988 Views

Predictive analytics has the potential to enhance value-based care for patients while also driving down costs for payers and providers. As value-based care becomes the norm, next gen enterprises need to leverage predictive analytics to improve patient experience, optimize population health, and reduce the per capita cost of healthcare. Combined with AI and ML, our ability to apply medical knowledge across vast population data sets can now generate valuable new insights. With greater insights into patient behavior and needs, healthcare will operate just like Amazon, Walmart or Uber does today.


Rise of Chatbots
Sandip Bhattacharya - ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT SAP Practice | April 12, 2019
467 Views

A chatbot is loosely defined as a computer program which conducts conversation via auditory and textual methods. It is derived from the word “ChatterBot”, coined by Michael Mauldin in 1994. There are several derivatives – verbot, smartbot, talkbot, IM bot, interactive agent, conversational interface, AI conversational entity, and so on.

Interestingly, this idea was perceived in 1950 by a brilliant British mathematician and scientist with years of expertise, Alan Turing. While Turing theorized on text-based conversational interactions, the technology has evolved over the years.

So, what has changed? Well, in the last three to four years there has been an exponential proliferation of chatbots, an underlying technology component for delivering higher business value with human-like intelligence (the Turing criterion). How do these chatbots work? Typically, there is a user interface that allows a user to type in or ask using AUI questions (or phrases, expecting a response), the same is processed by an NLP (natural language processing) engine to convert to a structured code. This code is then run on a target system or application to get the result and the reverse loop is completed similarly.

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Artificial Intelligence in Tech Industry
Sandip Bhattacharya - ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT SAP Practice | April 8, 2019
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There are many concepts within the domain of artificial intelligence (AI), including machine learning (ML), deep learning, neural networks, natural learning processing (NLP), virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), LSTM, and a few others. All of these deal with a vast amount of data in various shapes and forms - sound, image, video, electrical pulses, temperature, pH values, viscosity, biome markers, structured and unstructured data, and so on. Various techniques (like modeling) are used to process such data or a combination thereof using oversimplified as learning and scoring. AI is enabling facial recognition on your phone. Conversational AI is reducing the tactile footprint of human interaction, creating increased “naturalness” in ever increasing user surface area. Advancements in AI is transferring cognitive burden from user to the device. We are experiencing AI every day in some shape or form.

Edge computing puts low-level compute power in front of end devices, rather than sending all the data to a centralized hub. Instead of sending terabytes of data generated by an F1 car to a central server, each device (like tire pressure sensor) has small compute capacity and sends only relevant data to the next sensor or the central server. LSTM, on the other hand, handles large chunks of data by breaking into smaller relevant pieces with the ability to forget and pass-on.