“People can’t process and troubleshoot the volume of alerts and events on networks anymore. It’s not a matter of not wanting to. There’s simply too much information, most of which is noise,” said Joel Mulkey, Co-Founder and CEO of Bigleaf Networks. Bigleaf Networks launched Risk Monitoring, a new feature within its SD-WAN platform which uses artificial intelligence to reduce alert noise and make them actionable. This addresses one of the most costly and inefficient pain points of IT departments and drives a powerful stake in the ground for the future of AI in networks. This kind of contextual alerting will enable IT-lean organizations to provide the same level of application performance and network reliability traditionally reserved for enterprises with huge IT teams and budgets.