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Cloud AI services slowly but surely lure enterprise IT shops

Kristin Knapp and David Carty | TechTarget | 26 may 2017

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Jeff Sage and Lori Brown, health technology experts at PA Consulting Group, are quoted in a TechTarget article. The article discusses challenges that IT teams face with AI applications, and how to choose the best public cloud provider.

Commenting on the topic, Lori Brown said: “Infrastructure management teams should attempt to break down barriers with developers. The more admins learn how AI applications are built and consumed, the smarter choices they can make from an infrastructure perspective.”

Lori added: “As [IT teams] see the way AI development changes, and what impact that has on their infrastructure and consumption, they can be wiser about how they make their purchases of public cloud services to support AI.”

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Mentioning specific industry needs and the breadth of services offered by top cloud providers, Jeff Sage said: "There are factors that will contribute to you selecting one of those cloud providers over another, however, it's rarely just industry." 

Jeff and Lori added that they “adjust provider recommendations on a daily, client-by-client basis based on AI trends and individual needs, but they agree that most new features don't move the needle toward one particular provider.”

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