Artificial Intelligence Week 2021

IoT Week 2021

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a buzzword in the IT industry for some time now, but a global pandemic prompting a massive shift in favor of working from home and demand simplifying complicated IT environments has a way of accelerating emerging trends into the mainstream.

Changing business needs due in part to COVID-19 is driving adoption of AI and advancements in the technology are making it increasingly accessible to more businesses. In fact, by 2025, a whopping 50 percent of enterprises will have devised AI orchestration platforms to operationalize AI, up from fewer than 10 percent in 2020, according to the Global AI Adoption Index 2021, a report conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of IBM. And it’s hard to find an IT vendor that isn’t using AI in some way to make its technology smarter.

For AI Week 2021, CRN will examine how the emerging AI market can create new opportunities for solution providers. We’ll look at how the major AI vendors stack up against each other, why AI is a double-edged sword when it comes to cybersecurity and more.

8 Hot AI And Machine Learning Tools For Data Centers
Here are eight ways machine learning and artificial intelligence tools are being leveraged in data centers to solve some of the IT world’s biggest issues around data, cybersecurity and server optimization.

The 10 Coolest AI Chips Of 2021 (So Far)
Nvidia may hold the crown in the AI chip market right now, but there are many companies hoping to outgun the GPU juggernaut with new, unique processor architectures. CRN takes a look at the coolest AI chips this year so far, from vendors both small and large.

The 10 Most In-Demand AI Jobs And Their Salaries: Indeed
Job search website Indeed recently took a look at AI job postings to see which AI jobs are most in demand and what kinds of salaries those jobs are paying. Here’s what it found.

The 10 Hottest AI Security Companies You Need To Know
From identifying traits that numerous threats share to taking on well-camouflaged malware to telling organizations how to allocate security resources, here’s a look at what 10 hot AI security companies are doing.

AI Face-Off: Cisco Vs. Juniper Networks And Aruba Networks
Solution providers, decide: Here’s how Aruba Networks, Cisco Systems, and Juniper Networks stack up in the AI department.