The Digital Workplace Requires AI-Driven IT

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Jeff Aaron, VP of Marketing, Mist Systems; Kevin Fenn, Global Head of Networks, ThoughtWorks

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Join this webinar where Kevin Fenn, Global Head of Networks at ThoughtWorks, and Jeff Aaron, Vice President of Marketing at Mist, will discuss the emerging role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in IT and how you can benefit from this trend. AI is critical to the emerging digital workplace, reshaping the way IT organizations deploy and manage infrastructure and how users consume those services. The IT department at ThoughtWorks is on the leading edge of the “AI for IT” movement, bringing unprecedented automation and insight into daily operations with a state of the art AI-driven Wireless LAN from Mist. Their new digital workplace, which enables new initiatives such as open seating and video collaboration, is boosting employee efficiency and experience. We will explore: · AI technology and the impact it has on wireless networking · Best practices for deploying an AI-driven WLAN · How to support wireless video conferencing, open seating, and other strategic initiatives · Quantifying the benefits of a new AI-driven network infrastructure

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Mist built the first AI-driven wireless platform, designed specifically for the Smart Device Era. The Mist Learning Wireless LAN makes Wi-Fi predictable, reliable and measurable by providing unprecedented visibility into the user experience and by replacing time consuming manual IT tasks with proactive automation. In addition, Mist is the first vendor to bring enterprise-grade Wi-Fi, BLE and IoT together to deliver personalized, location-based wireless services without requiring battery-powered beacons. All operations are managed via Mist’s modern cloud architecture for maximum scalability, agility and performance. The Mist team consists of leading experts in wireless, machine learning and cloud, who are responsible for building the largest and most advanced networks in the world. For more information, visit