Microsoft and Nokia have announced a strategic collaboration aimed at accelerating transformation and innovation across industries with cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT).
Companies using AI and IoT together catapult ahead of competitors using IoT alone, with organisations using IoT with AI appearing to be more competitive than IoT-only enterprises by a double-digit margin across a variety of business indicators like employee productivity, innovation and operating costs, according to a new study.
There’s a growing digital divide between small businesses and large enterprises, with smaller businesses gaining an advantage by their adoption of new technology, according to a new report.
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