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Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform how we do things, the way we do things and the speed in which we can do them. Many businesses are looking toward AI as they look to improve efficiency, reduce error, remove human emotion, and increase accuracy.
The journey towards AI is happening now across many industries and is becoming integrated into what we do each and every day.
AI is used in many ways, but the prevailing reality is that any business strategy in 2020 and beyond should include AI. Consultel AI can aid you with the journey toward adopting AI.
We have built an ecosystem to ensure customer value in harnessing AI. This provides a “one stop shop” in journey mapping AI.
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I was able to offload one of the key headaches I had. It was one of the key responsibilities that keeps me up at night. Being able to offload the backups was a big relief.
Consultel Group has saved my business a nice fortune and made my business run much more effectively, thanks to the team for all their help and support, it has gone a long way!
Many businesses are looking towards Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve efficiency, reduce error, remove human emotion and increase accuracy. The journey toward AI is happening now across many industries and is becoming integrated into what we do each and every day.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a service (AI-aaS) will now be available to Australian and APAC businesses thanks to a new product collaboration from NetApp and Melbourne based IT consultancy, Consultel Cloud.
There’s no escaping it. The world is flooded with data. From videos and e-mails to social traffic and analytics – businesses are faced with an unprecedented volume of digital information. And while data is a powerful tool
Consultel Cloud are proud to announce that they won the Converged Infrastructure Excellence Award at the NetApp Partnership Australia & New Zealand Awards on Tuesday night in Sydney.