How to Choose a Cloud Computing Technology for Your Startup

Cloud computing technology becomes a standard when talking about developing applications nowadays. A few years ago, companies were enforced …
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SAP seeks to speed analytics with AI technology

SAP wants to speed up how analytics adapt to change. It’s doing that by embedding SAP Predictive Analytics’ machine learning capabilities in S/4Hana.

“When you take something rules-based, you are not able to adapt predictions to new data,” said Mike Flannagan, SAP’s senior vice president for analytics, ahead of the company’s Sapphire Now customer conference in Orlando.

“The power of machine learning is you are able to continually update the model. Your model is running against all the data it has seen so far.”

But there’s another stumbling block to that: the computing power required for machine learning systems. “Most business apps aren’t robust enough to handle the machine learning computation,” said Flannagan. S4/Hana, on the other hand, is fast enough to embed machine-learning prediction in a core ERP system, something that was previously only possible with rules-based prediction, he said.

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What’s so great about cloud computing and why should you invest in companies using this technology?

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by Carlos de Miguel

Question by Hip Hop Hero: What’s so great about cloud computing and why should you invest in companies using this technology?
I heard it’s good to store things so that businesses can have their employees able to work on the go (mobile).

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Answer by Harley Drive
it’s all hype, trusting your data to a company that may not even exist next week is madness , any company can set up a private network using the internet, any outage and you lose everything and how can you trust a company that may also store your rival’s data?

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