Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Networks Defined Using the Turing Test as a qualifier, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is defined as a software solution that performs a task on par with a human domain expert. When IBM’s Watson system played Jeopardy with former Jeopardy champions, much of the world saw the first real example of AI. […]
We get asked all the time what “AI for IT” really means. Is it just a fancy way of saying “automation”, or is there more to the equation? Why is it so prevalent now? Well, if we were to put together an “AI for IT” manifesto, it would go something like this: …IT has never […]
With the soaring number of mobile and IoT devices and onslaught of new apps that businesses are faced with on their wireless network, it is time for innovation that can help IT scale and meet these new requirements. Thankfully, AI and modern cloud platforms built with microservices are evolving to meet these needs, and more […]
IT organizations are adopting AI-based tools to improve support, optimize infrastructure, and predict system breakdowns, freeing up staff for higher-value tasks. Artificial intelligence is starting to eat the world, one step at a time, and IT operations is no exception.
First in a series about our first deployment of a Mist Systems wireless network. Over the course of the past few months, I’ve been working with the IT staff at College Park Church in Indianapolis to overhaul their aging Ubiquiti UniFi wireless system.
Thanks to advances in AI, companies of all sizes can transform their wireless networking with WiFi that is predictable, reliable and measurable. Artificial intelligence is all the rage these days. There’s broad consensus that AI is the next game-changing technology, poised to impact virtually every aspect of our lives in the coming years, from transportation […]
The Impact that MAC Randomization has on Location Analytics Introduction Bluetooth is a wireless personal area networking standard for exchanging data over short distances. Bluetooth low energy (BLE) (also known as Version 4.0+ of the Bluetooth specification, or Bluetooth Smart) is the power- and application-friendly version of Bluetooth that was built for the Internet of […]
As we celebrate the 30 year anniversary of one of the networking industry’s most prolific standards, 802.11, I can’t help but think about what new standards will drive the adoption of IT for the next 30 years. As we all know, standards are not only critical for getting new technologies going.
AI replaces manual WiFi management tasks with automated intelligence and provides deep insight that helps identify and fix problems faster than ever before. Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) is a common term in IT that represents the average time required to repair a failed component or device.