Bev Terrell

Bev Terrell

With more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the information technology business, Bev Terrell is a SiliconANGLE writer covering live news events with theCUBE. She got her start at EDS (now Hewlett Packard) and also worked at ACS (now Xerox Business Services), so it’s fair to say Bev has personally experienced the changing landscape of the outsourcing industry. In addition to a passion for writing, Bev loves to paint portraits and to spoil her large yellow cat, Seamus.
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Latest from Bev Terrell

Same attacks, different devices: Internet of Things security transforms how the internet thinks | #ibmwow

IBM Corp.’s Internet of Things is fundamentally morphing the way businesses operate and how people interact with their world. As virtually everything can now be connected — from cars to appliances to fitness trackers — businesses can harness the resulting data to improve every aspect of what they do. However, given the well-publicized IoT device network […]

The future of Watson is IBM’s future | #ibmwow

IBM Corp. is, in many respects, wagering its business future on Watson, the well-known technology platform that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to glean insights from large amounts of unstructured data. In pursuing a path to commercialize Watson, IBM has invested many billions of dollars to build up the business unit and to purchase companies […]

A wide world of Dell EMC cloud choice | #theCUBE

The recent merger of Dell and EMC has raised many questions around how the companies will work together. One of the biggest questions is where the new company will place its emphasis — on Dell’s server business or on EMC’s cloud and big data assets. Peter Cutts, SVP of Hybrid Cloud Platforms, Dell EMC, at Dell […]

TechTruth: Journalism’s changing role in a 24×7 world | #SVF #thecube

In a few short years, the main source of information has moved from newspapers “made of trees” to online media — Twitter, Facebook, blogs, you name it. What’s the current view of journalism, and where do we think it’s going? The TechTruth Women in Tech Fellows, from the GroundTruth Project — Karis Hustad, Pooja Sivaraman, and Tori […]

Death by a thousand cuts: Why are women dropping out of tech? | #GHC16

While many of us may think of the world of banking as staid and stuffy, Capital One is staying on the cutting edge of not only financial technology, but it’s also making investments in its technologists — especially women. The company is also doing its part to keep more women from dropping out of the tech field. […]

Could open-source coding ‘save the world’? | #GHC16

Open Source Day is one of the most popular events at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. This year, a day-long open-source hackathon was devoted to participants developing open-source projects for humanitarian causes. Neetu Jain, product manager at SoftLayer, an IBM Company, and Daniela Dorneanu, solution developer and product trainer at Appway, joined […]

Where do introverts fit into women in tech? | #GHC16

In business or societal settings, there can be a clash in temperaments between introverts, who are hesitant to speak up, and the extroverts, who can easily overwhelm the dialogue. While both styles have their drawbacks and their strengths, it’s a good idea to use the best of both, balancing out their unique energies to bring […]

Why it’s good business to invest in women-run startups | #GHC16

Not only are women the dominant users of the fastest-growing mobile and social platforms, they make or influence 85 percent of all consumer purchases. Keeping this in mind, BBG Ventures invests only in visionary, entrepreneurial companies that have at least one female founder. Nisha Dua, partner at BBG Ventures and founder of #BUILTBYGIRLS, joined Rebecca Knight […]

The evolving role of Dell EMC channel partners | #DellEMCWorld

Winslow Technology Group is a well-known and best-selling Dell channel partner, according to Scott Winslow, president and founder of Winslow Technology Group LLC. And since Dell’s merger with EMC, there have been adjustments for all channel partners, as they now must sell technologies with which they may not be familiar. Winslow joined Stu Miniman (@stu) and Dave Vellante […]

Women in tech tips: Take risks, don’t get too comfortable | #GHC16

When it comes to the role of women in technology, it’s helpful to speak with a woman who has been very successful in the field, and to get her impressions of how we can improve the working lives of women and, by extension, men as well. Anna Patterson, vice president of engineering for artificial intelligence […]