Shifting Your IT Team to a More Proactive Model

IT teams are constantly reacting to the next threat, the next ticket, the next alert, the next problem. It can be stressful to be in a constant state of worry about what is going to be the next fire that they have to put out.

How Can Your Team Become More Proactive?

In order to alleviate that stress, IT teams need to be more proactive. While that sounds a lot easier said than done, with the right tools it is possible!

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to the Rescue

When you implement ML/AI technology you are essentially adding more IT hands without having to make more IT hires. Those new IT hands will be able to help complete tasks that would have taken up a lot of your time and alert you to potential threats to network performance.

In addition to the alerts, explainable machine learning guides you through the troubleshooting process by making recommendations that are backed in historical data. The AI will sort through and pull all the relevant data to make sure that it is making the right decisions.

Learn more about How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Your IT Team

Benefits of the Proactive Model

Once you have the ML/AI helping you, you will gain back time that you can now use to be more proactive in addressing threats to network performance and protecting your information.

Artificial intelligence will let you know when it detects and anomaly. Machine learning will recommend how to fix it. All you have to do is address the concern and your users will never even know anything happened because their connection will remain seamless.

Your team needs ML/AI to make their stressful jobs a little easier.

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For more information on implementing machine learning and artificial intelligence to help your IT team, visit our ML/AI solution page.

Join us on December 13th for a live webinar where we show you how explainable ML/AI features in ExtremeCloud IQ CoPilot can help IT teams be everywhere at once to ensure optimal user experiences. Register Now!

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