If 2023 was the year that saw AI transform software and digital services, the coming year will see an increasing focus on hardware and infrastructure.

At the Cisco Live conference in Amsterdam this week, the global networking equipment leader unveiled new capabilities in security and automation that would help make AI part of the fabric of business operations. The event attracted 14,000 IT professionals, representing an industry that is impatient to see generative AI move from a consumer fascination to a boardroom priority...

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