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How Machine Learning can Improve Cybersecurity

Our introduction to Machine Learning (click here) Blog Cybersecurity is the body of technology that is designed to protect devices, networks, data, and programs from unauthorized access or attack. The various IT innovations have caused more businesses to go digital. This has increased the number of security breach cases because cybercriminals are developing better ways to access unauthorized data. In a bid to stop these cyber-attackers, businesses are investing tons of money every year into hiring security professionals. These efforts from businesses cost about $86.4 billion in 2017 alone. Every day, new malware is being developed, making it imperative for companies to update their security protocols & policies regularly, thereby adding to the cost of security. Of course, one cannot pu...

Why the Future of Machine Learning Depends on Cloud Computing

Our introduction to Machine Learning (click here) Blog Machine learning is growing in reputation every day, and it is steadily making its way into enterprise application areas like fraud detection, business intelligence, and customer support. Machine learning is related to computational learning and pattern recognition, and the number of public cloud service providers have now made the technology that was out of reach to most enterprises affordable & available today. Cloud computing is also a technology that has become an integral part of companies today due to its importance to the digital world. Nowadays, companies don’t have to work with bulky hardware, which has resulted in a considerable drop in the general cost of operation. According to statista, the cloud services market will i...

Why we should be worried about the Future of Cloud Security

Cloud security has grown in popularity over the years, and its influence will keep growing as more organizations start to realize the need for using the service. According to the IDC, by 2020, the spending on cloud computing is expected to increase at about six times the rate of IT spending. The promise of a cheap and safe way to store large data is the primary driver of this growth. Just like any other technological innovation, there is a growing skepticism surrounding the use of cloud security, and its future seems to have a few reasons for worry. The rise of Cloud Computing Technology has evolved today to a point where companies and businesses work with a large amount of data. Of course, these businesses would need to store their large data, and getting the necessary infrastructure is v...

Neural Networks

The neural networks are an emulation of the neural system of the brain, where each element of the biological system is replaced by a mathematical equivalent. An artificial neural network can do similar tasks of the human brain, tasks that a regular computer is unable to perform as image recognition, speech recognition and making decisions .Today the use of neural networks are being implemented in software, emulating the parallel nature of a neural network to a linear system. The most common applications are voice recognition, character recognition (OCR), image reconstruction and more, but are also being implemented in hardware, where lineal structure of processors is changed to a neural structure. This takes advantage of the parallel nature of the neural networks. This new technology is ca...

Machine Learning – Revisited

Our introduction to Machine Learning (click here) Blog Machine Learning is a concept of allowing machines to learn from examples and experience. So, what you do is feed data into a generic algorithm, and it builds the logic based on the given data. Arthur Samuel (1959) uttered: “It is a field of study that gives the computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.” The process of learning begins with observations or data, such as examples, direct experience in order to look for patterns in data and make better decisions in the future based on the examples that we provide. The primary aim is to allow the computers learn automatically without human intervention or assistance and adjust actions accordingly. It is an application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that provides ...

Data Mining

What is Data Mining? Data mining is the repossessing of hidden information from data using algorithms. Data mining helps to extract useful information from great masses of data, which can be used for making practical interpretations for business decision-making. It is basically a technical and mathematical process that involves the use of software and specially designed programs. Data mining is gaining a lot of importance because of its vast applicability. It is being used increasingly in business applications for understanding and then predicting valuable information, like customer buying behavior and buying trends, profiles of customers, industry analysis, etc. Some of the main applications of data mining are in direct marketing, e-commerce, customer relationship management, healthcare, ...

Artificial intelligence (AI) – Use Cases

When it comes to discover possibilities, without the human indulgence in machines Artificial intelligence (AI) is used to represent machine learning.  Artificial intelligence includes whatever seems an impossibility to be carried out by a machine. AI has taken neural networks of human body in ultimate utilization for any uphill task. Beginning with optical character recognition to operating cars, all include Artificial Intelligence. Not everything you encounter is AI but every superficial thing highlighting any unusual task is AI. For example; human speech recognition is a very common depiction of AI. It has taken over a vast application for the people who are deaf and dumb. In fact, AI is helping to regain the lost senses of an individual. A functioning retina Similarly, AI has enforced b...

AWS SageMaker – Machine Learning

Our introduction to Machine Learning (click here) Blog Before discussing what actually an AWS SageMaker is and what it does, it is essential to understand the concept and working of AWS. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon.com which offers individuals, businesses and governments access to on-demand cloud computing platforms on a paid subscription basis. AWS allows its users to acquire a virtual collection of computers that can be accessed through the Internet, these virtual computers imitate most functions of a physical computer. AWS performs various functions such as database storage, compute power, content delivery, machine learning and other functions. Certainly, Amazon Web Services provide reliable, flexible, affordable and scalable cloud computing services allowing...

Cyber Security – Cloud Computing

Introduction In the last couple of years, cloud computing has seen a rapid increase in the development due to the heavy adoption of information technologies and the launch of various applications and services. Indeed, information technology offers numerous benefits to users, businesses and organizations through reducing the cost of management and maintenance of Information technologies systems, increases overall efficiency, disaster recovery, flexibility, improved productivity and improved security. Companies and business are relying on cloud computers and software to store their data rather than storing it in their physical files and hard drives in order to gain a competitive edge. Now, the question arises what is actually cloud computing? Well in layman’s terms cloud computing refe...

Amazon EKS: A Kubernetes Service in AWS

Amazon EKS: A Kubernetes Service in AWS Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) was announced during re:Invent 2017 and is now available for production use.  Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is service designed to ease the deployment, management and measurement of containerized applications using Kubernetes on AWS. Now the question arises what is Kubernetes and AWS, let’s first understand AWS. AWS stands for Amazon Web Services which is a provider & platform of protected cloud services that offers various facilities such as computing, storage, databases, analytics, networking, mobile, developer tools, management tools, IoT, security, enterprise applications and numerous other functions that help businesses to scale up and grow.  AW...

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Amazon EBS

Image provided by:  https://pixabay.com/en/hard-disk-technology-electronics-42935/ Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) is one of the many cloud services that Amazon Web Services offers. Amazon EBS provides block-level storage volumes, connectable to EC2 cloud instances. Among the main use cases for EBS storage volumes are the deployment of relational database systems in the cloud, supporting mission-critical enterprise apps with primary storage, and as storage mounts for Big Data analytics engines such as Hadoop. EBS volumes are known for their persistence, meaning that even if you switch off the EC2 instance to which a given EBS volume is attached, the volume continues on with its data intact. With this basic overview in mind, read on to find out five things you didn’t know about Amazon EBS ...

Everything you need to know about getting started with AWS

Everything you need to know about getting started with AWS Cloud computing is the new growing trend, and smart business owners and companies are beginning to realize its potential. Cloud computing offers companies the opportunity to replace high-cost infrastructures with Cloud/Data Center computing, thereby saving costs. Now, you don’t have to plan for infrastructures like servers that require a considerable amount of investment and you can take advantage of the thousands of servers (Network Operating Systems – NOS) available within minutes; in a matter of a few clicks, thereby improving your working speed and efficiency. There are many cloud services around today, and the Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the more reliable and common ones. What is AWS? Amazon has started offering ...

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