Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher

Maria Deutscher is a staff writer for SiliconANGLE covering all things enterprise and fresh. Her work takes her from the bowels of the corporate network up to the great free ranges of the open-source ecosystem and back on a daily basis, with the occasional pit stop in the world of end-users. She is especially passionate about cloud computing and data analytics, although she also has a soft spot for stories that diverge from the beaten track to provide a more unique perspective on the complexities of the industry.

Latest from Maria Deutscher

IBM acquires partner Agile 3 Solutions to boost cybersecurity lineup

It looks like cybersecurity will continue to remain a central focus for IBM Corp. this year, as the enterprise technology giant today revealed that it’s acquiring Agile 3 Solutions LLC, a San Francisco-based partner focused on helping organizations fight privacy risks. The company’s flagship offering is a compliance tracking platform to ease the identification and […]

Deutsche Telekom backs $45M funding round for networking startup Aryaka

Two weeks after Germany’s Deutsche Telekom AG led a funding round into sensory tracking startup Roambee Corp., it’s buying a stake in another promising Silicon Valley startup. The telecommunications giant today was named among the contributors to a $45 million investment raised by Aryaka Networks Inc., a provider of Internet traffic optimization services. Its main focus […]

Google appoints a new channel head as part of its enterprise cloud push

The latest management shift at Google could herald a major evolution of its cloud computing strategy. CRN, an outlet geared toward technology product resellers, reported on Thursday that the search giant has tapped Bertrand Yansouni (pictured) as its new head of global channel operations. The appointment comes just three months after Google hired the executive […]

At last, LinkedIn redesigns its desktop site from the ground up

Starting from today, users who visit LinkedIn Inc.’s desktop site will see a much different social network than they knew until now. The recently minted Microsoft Corp. subsidiary today rolled out a brand new design that promises to provide a smoother browsing experience. At the core of the interface is a sleek navigation bar that […]

Oracle buys API startup Apiary to bolster its public cloud

Making another strategic advance in the public cloud, Oracle Corp. today acquired Apiary Inc., a San Francisco-based startup focused on easing the creation of application programming interfaces. The move comes two days after Oracle announced a major expansion for its infrastructure-as-a-service platform. Apiary’s flagship APIFlow service enables developers to easily put together an API for a project […]

Realm launches commercial edition of its mobile database

After landing its mobile database in iOS and Android apps used by more than billion people, Realm Inc. is shifting focus to a new goal: making money from its massive installed base. The San Francisco-based startup today launched a commercial offering that promises to help developers implement data sharing features more easily. Dubbed the Realm […]

After a long search, DocuSign appoints Dan Springer CEO

When outgoing DocuSign Inc. Chief Executive Keith Krach informed staffers in 2015 that he would step down, they probably didn’t expect that it would take more a year for his replacement to arrive. After 15 months, however, the electronic signature giant has finally found someone to assume the top post. DocuSign announced today that it has […]

Microsoft is investing in new Montreal deep learning hub to advance AI

Five days after acquiring Montreal-based deep learning startup Maluuba Inc., Microsoft Corp. has revealed plans to dramatically expand its research presence in the Canadian city. The push will focus on two main areas. First, Microsoft intends to double its local engineering staff and establish a new artificial intelligence development hub with Maluuba serving as the […]

Collibra raises $50M to help companies be more responsible with their data

Ensuring that business data is handled by the book can be difficult in large companies with multiple analytics projects running side-by-side and rules that often vary from unit to unit. According to Collibra NV, however, it’s possible to make the task much easier with the right set of tools. The Belgian startup received an endorsement […]

With Microsoft bearing down, work scheduling firm Deputy raises $25M

Few tech companies go eight years before raising any significant outside funding. Fewer still manage to become a leading player in their market without support from institutional investors, which makes Deputy Inc. unusual. The Georgia-based company has established itself as one of the leading names in the employee scheduling market by scoring more than 25,000 […]