Digital Ecosystems are far too complex to figure out and benefit from.

That may be true but there is a tool you can use to untangle that complicated web. And that tool is Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Yes, AI to the rescue!

But before any rescuing or lack of can happen, let us have a quick stab at defining what a digital ecosystem is first.

A digital ecosystem is the connection between emerging technologies in various digital platforms.

Another way to think of it is a group that is made up of people, companies, data, processes that share the use of digital platforms.

Make no mistake about it, a digital ecosystem is complex. But the use or presence of AI can help make it a little more simple.

AI is most effective when applied to the digital ecosystem that relates to Information Technology (IT).

We can see that AI is in the forefront of the revolution that is taking place in the IT industry.

Evolving technology has rendered physical data centers as almost obsolete. Cloud computing has seen to it that they are no longer needed.

And with AI in the picture, a lot of the usual business tasks and functions are now being automated.

Integrating and embracing AI into the digital ecosystem fold can only make things easier and simpler.

The presence of AI is going to streamline more of the complicated tasks and make them more accessible to more people.
If you feel like you need to gain a better understanding of digital ecosystems and how it can help your digital business, then INFRASI can be of help.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having an unprecedented impact on business.

The use of AI is transforming the business landscape and that is not an overstatement. We can say that businesses are finding themselves at a crossroads. For many, there is no turning back.

Companies are realizing that using AI is no longer just an option for them. In fact, it has become critical to their very survival.

Applying AI is having real effects on the following:

  • Operational efficiency
  • Creating innovative new products
  • Cost efficiency
  • Accelerated decision making

While those are all positive impacts, a serious question lingers for businesses. And it deals with the ultimate effect that AI will have on the traditional workforce.

How is it going to affect the people who does those simple and often repetitive tasks?

The answer is that it will not have a negative effect on the workforce. Not at all.

As AI takes over the simpler tasks, the workforce can shift their attention to the more complex jobs of the company.

In the end, the human workforce will tackle the more complex parts of the business. The ones that require more complex and critical thinking will prove to be the most rewarding.

Keeping this in mind, the business landscape is indeed going to be transformed. But it would be in a positive way that can lead to even more jobs for the human workforce.

So the use of AI in business is definitely growing and it will only increase.

INFRASI can help advise you on what digital technology strategy is best for your business. We provide consultation services on what applications and digital products can best help you.

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About to move to the cloud but undecided on which public cloud provider to choose?

Read on as we provide you with this quick guide!

Taking that leap to the cloud is exciting with all the benefits you can reap. First of all is the cost. Who wouldn’t want to reduce IT expenditure?

Then there is the better agility and the absence of the need for any kind of hardware. Plus, your need for IT personnel will be significantly reduced.

All that and more accounts for the high number of cloud users. According to a Vanson Bourne study, the average organization has about 40 percent of their work in the cloud.

Those numbers are only expected to go up.

But moving to the cloud is not as simple as it seems. There are a few issues that you need to look at before you go.

Here are some of the main factors to consider when choosing public cloud providers:

  • Services Offered
  • Security
  • Pricing
  • Mobility
  • Support for Exiting Technology
  • Customer Support
  • Innovation
  • Setup Speed
  • Downtime History
  • Strategic Partnerships

The best approach is to look at each public cloud provider that you are considering. And then try to learn if they provide all or most of the factors listed above.

At INFRASI, we offer consultation services to provide you with the best strategy.

This is one of our core services where we implement a personalized approach to your specific problem.

We will come up with answers that are tailored to your needs and make sure that it is the best solution available.

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A single and unified command point where you can take charge of all your company’s devices? With Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), it is now possible.

UEM is an approach that provides single management interface for devices and endpoints such as:

  • Desktop computers
  • Laptops
  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Printers
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Ruggedized Devices

This technology is the latest phase in the evolutionary process of single management interface.

UEM is the evolved version of Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).

The use of UEM enables its users to manage and secure mobile applications, content and more. Collaboration and providing security has never been easier.

Plus, the heightened security and efficiency will allow you to focus on other areas of your business.

If you are looking for a reliable provider of this approach, then look no further. INFRASI is your solution.

We understand why you want to want to take part in this device management revolution. With the competitive nature of the technological market, you cannot afford to be left behind.

Not only that, the turnaround speed of devices used in the workplace demands a more efficient tool.

By using UEM, you gain absolute control over all your devices and you can manage your network with ease.

Our expertise in this area in unmistakable as mobility in business digital transformation is one of our main services.

Let INFRASI provide you with your starting point for your business’ digital revolution.

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Thanks to the huge surge in popularity of Bitcoin, blockchain technology has found its way into a broad range of sectors, including banking, healthcare, and even U.S. homeland security. Blockchain has by far made the biggest impact on how we approach cybersecurity, but is it the be-all, end-all of cybersecurity solutions?

Blockchain technology’s largest success is in eliminating human error, which is responsible for the majority of data breaches. As a decentralized ledger system for data transactions across a global network, blockchain technology is regulated by an entire network of mutually anonymous participants, not a central authority, therefore protecting data from tampering, intentional or otherwise. It can be used to protect against any type of data breach, cyber-attack, identity theft, or foul-play transaction. Most importantly, it can transfer any data or digital asset, making it so flexible it can benefit any industry.

When it comes to its efficacy as an approach to cybersecurity, Bitcoin provides an excellent case study: although it experiences fluctuations in value, Bitcoin has withstood cyber-attacks for nearly ten years. By removing the risk of a single point of failure and leveraging a decentralized infrastructure, blockchain technology is the biggest revolution in cybersecurity of our time.

With that said, blockchain may not be the ultimate solution for everyone. Although theoretically this technology could be implemented in any industry, individual companies are unlikely to be able to adopt it for several reasons. First, it is challenging and time-consuming to incorporate into supply chain systems. Second, it may require an entire upheaval of current systems and infrastructure. And third, running blockchain technology needs substantial computing power, which gives it a high operation cost that many businesses may not be able to afford or may not see as a good return on investment.

There is no one-size-fits-all cybersecurity solution. To create a digital secure infrastructure that makes sense for your business, contact the experts at INFRASI to request a consultation.

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