451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/tags/187-451-take Mon, 29 Jun 2020 19:58:53 +0000 en-gb 451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/2001-podcast-state-of-internet-amid-coronavirus-pandemic https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/2001-podcast-state-of-internet-amid-coronavirus-pandemic With the nation in shutdown mode induced by the coronavirus pandemic, in-home media usage has soared, along with increased bandwidth exertion from students and those working remotely. Despite these pressures, connectivity has remained strong and consumers have expressed interest in adding more streaming services to their entertainment options, according to Craig Matsumoto, senior analyst at 451 Research, and John Fletcher, a media analyst at Kagan - a research unit within S&P Global Market Intelligence, who were both recent guest speakers on the latest episode of "MediaTalk," an S&P Global Market Intelligence podcast.
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451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/2000-video-vote-digital-pulse-coronavirus-flash-survey https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/2000-video-vote-digital-pulse-coronavirus-flash-survey
In our  Voice of the Enterprise: Digital Pulse, Coronavirus Flash survey, we measured the impact of the pandemic on business operations and strategy. Some of our key findings are summarized in the above video - including our 451 Take - but you can check out additional insights on the S&P Global Market Intelligence website. As the impact of the pandemic continues, we are sharing all of our public-facing insight as the pandemic unfolds on this COVID-19 microsite. ]]>
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451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1997-top-reports-from-january-1-march-16-2020 https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1997-top-reports-from-january-1-march-16-2020 admin@radiorudraksha.com (Cassandra Rowe) Research & Data Mon, 16 Mar 2020 03:04:28 +0000 451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1996-is-your-ai-infrastructure-prepared-to-meet-future-demands https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1996-is-your-ai-infrastructure-prepared-to-meet-future-demands
Written by: Senior Research Associate Jeremy Korn and Research Vice President Nick PatienceMany organizations are underprepared for the demands AI and machine learning applications will place on their infrastructure, but they are prepared to spend money to change that situation. Those are just a couple of conclusions we can draw from our new Voice of the Enterprise: AI and Machine Learning Infrastructure 2019 survey. Almost half (45%) of enterprises indicate that their current AI infrastructure will not be able to meet future demands (see Figure 1), which prompts a few questions:�Why is that?�What do they propose to do about it?�Are they prepared to spend money to fix the problem?Figure 1Why is that?Broadly speaking, data is the reason infrastructure needs to be overhauled to deliver AI at scale, with 89% of respondents in our survey saying they expect the volume of data in using the machine learning workloads to increase in the next year, and almost half projecting an increase of 25% or more. Much of that growth will come from unstructured data, since the most transformative use cases of AI and machine learning involve gaining insight from unstructured data, be it text, images, audio or video. What do they propose to do about it?Organizations understand that, for them to take advantage of AI at scale, it is not simply a case of scaling existing infrastructure. New infrastructure is needed to cope with the demands of machine learning workloads, including new scalable storage, dedicated accelerators and low-latency networks. These need to be deployed across a variety of execution venues.Enterprises also express a variety of concerns about their AI infrastructures, from the security of these systems to the opacity of data management capabilities. Overhauling AI infrastructure demands more than just buying better hardware; it will require new tools and updates to architectural paradigms.Are they prepared to spend money to fix the problem?Yes, they are. Our survey shows that 83% of responding enterprises say they will expand AI infrastructure budgets next year, with 39% of those projecting an increase of 25% or more. Spending on cloud-based AI platforms will lead the charge, with 89% of respondents planning to increase spending on them in the next year. Our Voice of the Enterprise: AI and Machine Learning Infrastructure 2019 survey contains a lot more data on subjects such as spending decision-makers, the specific points in the machine learning process that put strain on infrastructure, the types of AI-specific infrastructure components organizations are looking to buy, the areas in which skill shortages are most acute, and how often and where machine learning models are trained and deployed. For more insight, check out this free Market Insight report.]]>
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451 Take - 451 Research - Analyzing the Business of Enterprise IT Innovation https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1988-taking-a-new-approach-to-unstructured-data-management https://radiorudraksha.com/blog/1988-taking-a-new-approach-to-unstructured-data-management admin@radiorudraksha.com (Cassandra Rowe) Research & Data Thu, 27 Jun 2019 18:15:28 +0000