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CIOs not entirely sold on generative AI copilots

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A new breed of AI assistant has set its sights on the enterprise user in recent months, with Microsoft and other vendors promising huge productivity gains that offset the cost. But Microsoft still has work to do on its value proposition. Its Copilot for Microsoft 365, a high-profile offering among the growing list of AI agents, costs $30 per seat per month, with a 300-seat minimum.

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Role of AI-Driven Image Recognition in Modern Security

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AI technology has significantly improved image recognition technology, which helps with modern security.

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Oracle to invest $8 billion in Japan through 2034

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Oracle is planning to invest $8 billion in Japan over the next 10 years in order to expand its cloud infrastructure footprint, which in turn will help the company meet the growing demand for AI-based workloads, the company announced on Wednesday. As part of the investment, the company said it will increase local customer support of its public cloud regions in Tokyo and Osaka.

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Major wins and losses in GOVCON – FedSavvy edition April 2024

FedSavvy

This blog summarizes some of the significant contract wins and losses that have shaped the current federal contracting landscape today. This includes successful defense of recompetes and some major takeaway contract wins. Keep reading for some highlighted wins and losses in the GOVCON space. Figure 1 – A summary of recent, major contract wins. Amentum wins Army takeaway contract In October 2023, Amentum was awarded a five-year, $327 million contract to engineer, integrate and test advanced proto

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Are Your Impact Comms Resonating With Stakeholders?

Whether your organization is at the start of its sustainability and impact journey or years into it, many brands share a common concern: the uncertainty of whether they are sending stakeholders mixed messages. Creating content that speaks to your audience's “love language” can be a tricky dance. But, worry not! 3BL has put together tips to ensure that your content not only finds its rhythm but also resonates with your target audiences.

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Cloud native platforms: To build or to buy?

CIO

When it comes to cloud native application platforms, we’re at an important evolutionary point: will the best practice for platforms be to build or to buy? Should you choose the components you need for a platform and integrate them together, or should you buy a pre-integrated platform? Unless you’re a handful of organizations, the practical answer is that you should buy the platform.

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Explore the HR Strategies that will Shape the Future of Work in 2024

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People Analytics Whitepaper Explore the HR Strategies that will Shape the Future of Work in 2024 As we transition from the significant upheavals of the Great Resignation, during which many employees contemplated switching jobs for improved career prospects, the current workforce environment remains highly dynamic. Now more than ever, your workforce strategies require timely updates.

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Why Has GAI Risen So Quickly?

SCIP

SCIP Insights Why Has GAI Risen So Quickly? A researched-back look into how Generative AI is becoming ubiquitous. It's no secret that Generative AI (GAI) is the tech industry’s hot, new tool that has been adapted across the world in countless ways. Chat GPT alone has reached heights that average Americans likely would not have predicted: Users are turning to the tool for reading comprehension help, recipe writing and even casual conversation.

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