A significant amount of resources goes into monitoring the security of an organization. The data that needs to be analyzed is incomplete, unstructured, and messy. On top of that, attacks are becoming more intricate and stealthy. It can be very easy to miss a tiny detail that could have been quickly discovered by utilizing machine learning.
Have you ever put any thought into how simple it is for humans to understand language? Just think: in everyday conversation, we convey our thoughts through a series of sounds that make up a language. How our brains are capable of translating so much unstructured data into useful information can be unfathomable.
Language does not come as naturally for machines; it takes a considerable amount of programming for them to understand even basic statements. So how do they do it? With NLP.
SaaS, the cloud, big data, IoT and social media are creating massive disruptions within the market. These disruptions push businesses to move forward faster than ever before, but without an increase for IT in resources or an increased capacity to deliver new projects, it can become easy to blame IT for holding a business back rather than pushing it forward. Here are three ways to boost business agility without taking shortcuts that simply solve short-term issues.
There are many reasons to get excited about data analytics and Big Data in 2017. Information is crucial for an evolving digital business—after all, analytics effect many different aspects of many different businesses. What should businesses be looking for in analytics in 2017? Jen Underwood, founder of Impact Analytix gave us a few exciting trends to look for in data analytics.
In today's EVERYTHING NOW™ world, enterprises are assumed to be available 24/7. Even HR teams are subject to this expectation, requiring to answer questions from employees on a consistent basis. Wouldn't it be better if they could get an immediate answer outside of business hours without interrupting someone's dinner? Well, now they can.
Introducing Mike Lagger, Senior Business Development Manager at V-Soft Consulting. Mike is responsible for the Chicago market and surrounding areas, specializing in Business Solutions such as mobile app development and ITSM platforms. Learn about how Mike and V-Soft will bring Chicago businesses to new heights in this post.
V-Soft Consulting is proud to announce the addition of new Business Development Manager, Greg Kennedy. Greg will be covering the Louisville, Kentucky region and surrounding areas. Learn about how V-Soft solves IT challenges for the enterprise with the help of our IT outsourcing guru, Greg Kennedy.
There has been a recent surge of companies calling for enterprise mobile applications. Businesses both large and small are wanting to get involved in what many already know – mobile is the future of the enterprise. As a matter of fact, 80% of online adults currently own a smart phone, and 75% of those users are accessing internet services on their phones. So, is your company ready for the change?
V-Soft Consulting is ever expanding; now we are reaching out to the Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. Jared Mucciardi is our newest addition to the staff augmentation and solutions field, and we couldn’t be more proud of him and his accomplishments. Read more about Jared and what he brings to Columbus area businesses.
The world now is at the pinnacle of the smart phone revolution, where each and every service you need can be accessed with the smart phone in your pocket – be it banking, shopping, health care, education and more.
As these app-based services become more prevalent and widely used, the number of people looking to exploit and abuse you and your business is growing bigger.