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    Nvidia ramps up GPU production to fuel AI data center revolution

    The chipmaker expects demand to outpace supply through the year. “We’ll do our best,” CEO Jensen Huang said Wednesday.

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    Cost rules in enterprise software purchases

    Demand for AI and cyber capabilities is driving enterprise customers to add functionality and upgrades to recently purchased solutions, according to Gartner.

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    Google brings Gemini to Workspace suite, launches Gemma AI models

    The tech giant is rolling out a new user experience as part of Gemini for Workspace’s debut, which includes a standalone space for users to chat with the tool.

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    Generative AI skills bring nearly 50% salary bump: Indeed

    Tech workers who are competent in the nascent technology can expect average salaries of more than $174,000, according to the company.

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    US takes next steps to understand the pros — and cons — of AI foundational models

    The National Telecommunications and Information Administration will explore potential safeguards to avoid AI misuse as directed by the White House’s executive order.

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    CIOs worry about AI’s accuracy

    Tech leaders are uneasy about generative AI’s shortcomings and the impact on employees as pressure mounts to deploy the technology, Juniper Networks data shows.

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    Why enterprises neglect billions in cloud savings

    ProsperOps analyzed $1.5 billion in AWS compute spend and found that most organizations fail to take advantage of built-in discounts.

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    ERP overhauls will pack more punch in 2024

    Companies will spend this year upgrading ERPs ahead of regulatory requirements. On-prem systems will keep moving to the cloud in search of software and AI improvements.

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    L’Oréal leans into AI with data in mind

    “AI now transcends many of the things we do,” CEO Nicolas Hieronimus said during the beauty company’s earnings call. 

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    C-suite leaders demand more cloud spending

    Executives are pushing for post-optimization migrations, driving an expected upsurge in enterprise cloud spend this year, according to SaaS provider Wanclouds.

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    AWS expands free AI training course catalog

    The cloud titan added LLM deployment, fine-tuning and chatbot development courses to its upskilling portfolio.

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    Cisco to lay off more than 4K in restructuring

    The company plans to trim 5% of its workforce in a push to align expenses with flagging market indicators.

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    Google unveils next-generation Gemini model

    The company is offering access to Gemini 1.5 Pro with a significantly larger context window to a limited number of enterprises and developers.

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    From CIO to CEO: How Gary Hoberman made the leap to startup land

    The Unqork founder spent two decades grappling with technical debt. Then, he left corporate life and set out to untangle legacy code.

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    Why generative AI experiments fail

    CIOs shouldn’t lessen their expectations for the technology but rather know how to move forward, either by tweaking plans or cutting the cord on a project altogether. 

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    Slack launches AI upgrades for enterprise customers

    The company tested the features with thousands of users since September and estimated the features saved teams 97 minutes per week on average.

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    Despite career concerns, IT admins see AI as net positive

    Some technologists are worried about the impact of the technology on their career outlook as enterprises embrace AI in their IT operations.

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    Nvidia pilots Chat with RTX demo in conversational AI push

    The company aims to entice security-conscious enterprises by processing sensitive data without sharing it with a third party.

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    National cyber director urges private sector collaboration to counter nation-state cyber threat

    The Biden administration is exploring plans to hold manufacturers accountable for poor security while also working to harmonize regulations, the official said.

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    6 steps for CIOs enabling global IT operations

    Before company stakeholders can rely on technology teams for support, IT must globalize its own processes, from data collection to infrastructure.

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    Hershey weathers sales, inventory dip as ERP upgrade continues

    The end of the ERP overhaul is in sight, though the company is working to ensure initiatives don’t outpace organizational capacity. 

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    Mainframes solidify hold on core enterprise systems

    On-premises compute survived the rush to cloud and isn’t going away any time soon, according to Advanced.

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    Bias, privacy issues challenge generative AI use: Forrester

    Businesses are grappling with problematic outputs, a lack of explainability, privacy issues and regulatory concerns, according to the firm’s research.

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    What CIOs stand to gain in a tech M&A revival

    Acquisitions by companies like IBM, Cisco and SAP reflect a trend that gives IT executives a window to centralize IT spend around key vendors.

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    AI-enabled PCs to infiltrate enterprise IT this year

    Laptops and desktops with enhanced processing power will account for nearly one-quarter of shipments in 2024, as manufacturers ramp up production.