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January 11, 2023

Artificial Intelligence Versus Machine Learning: What You Should Know

Defining Dev  |  artificial intelligence  |  machine learning

In today’s world, it’s nearly impossible to not have heard the words, “artificial intelligence” or “machine learning” when talking about some of the most bleeding-edge technology across multiple fields. (Cough, cough — ChatGPT!) 

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October 19, 2022

What is Cloud Hybrid Architecture?

Cloud & Hybrid  |  Cloud Migration  |  Cloud infrastructure  |  Defining Dev  |  digitalization

As you look into data solutions for your business, it’s nearly impossible to not see mentions of the cloud. Your organization might even be using the cloud right now to help store data and files that perform one or more services while being accessible to those who need them within your organization. There are several cloud services that can easily help transform your organization, but depending on the company, a full switch to a public cloud service may be too big of a change or simply not the right choice given the data you handle. Cloud/hybrid networks, better known as hybrid cloud architecture, offer a blended solution to keep your data both accessible and secure. 

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August 10, 2022

What Does API Stand For? Examples and Uses

Defining Dev  |  Technology  |  big data  |  system integrations

Looking for something specific while ordering food, shopping online, or booking a flight on your apps and wondering how it brings up what you need when you need it?

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