Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene Den Bleyker

Marlene is a staff writer at SiliconANGLE covering live events from SiliconANGLE Media's production hub, theCUBE. Have a news tip? Tweet it to @siliconangle

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Adapting to the public cloud: when DevOps forces combine | #VTUG

For many companies, the move to the public cloud is a difficult decision with many factors to consider, the foremost being security. Many opt for a private cloud or to remain on premises, but it may not be cost efficient. Today, many companies are using hybrid solutions that include either on-premises and public cloud. For […]

Dark data in the cognitive era is driving the car revolution | #WomenInTech

Most drivers spend a great deal of time behind the wheel of a car without the ability to connect and be productive. As more automotive companies begin to work with technology leaders to create cars of the future, the driving experience starts to get interesting. International Business Machines Corp and General Motors Company have come together to […]

A new battle cry in cybersecurity: real and artificial intelligence commanders | #GuestOfTheWeek

Cyberattacks are on the rise, and the attack surface is expanding. According to a recent report by security geek Derek Manky, the increase of online devices and digital tools, along with the need for accountability on multiple levels, is creating vulnerability for the digital economy. Manky, the global security strategist at Fortinet Inc., joined Peter Burris (@plburris) […]

How one company is dealing with a shortage of talent in the security business | #ACCELERATE2017

Cyber threats are front and center in the news, and it is pervasive from the top levels of government right down to the small business. This week, at the Fortinet Accelerate 2017 even in Las Vegas, Fortinet Inc. announced the release of security technology that covers the whole attack surface: FortiOS 5.6 is an intent-based network […]

Leveraging the power of the GPU in the quest for driverless cars | #NAIAS

Using the same graphic processors that make computer gaming so fun, Nvidia Corp. is working with more than 80 car makers to apply the chips’ massive processing power toward making driverless cars a reality. During the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week, Jeff Frick (@JeffFrick), host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile live streaming […]

Is end-to-end network security really possible? | #ACCELERATE2017

Network security has been getting headlines lately, and protecting sensitive or proprietary data has moved to the forefront when it comes to C-level concerns and boardroom discussions. As Fortinet Inc. holds its Accelerate 2017 event in Las Vegas, the company is debuting its end-to-end security capabilities that it says allow businesses to safely share information […]

Ford’s future beyond cars: Where rubber meets alternative roads | #WomenInTech

As the world’s population in urban areas continues to grow, so does the need for more intelligent sources of transportation beyond the traditional vehicle. To tackle the issue, Ford Motor Co. is seeking alternatives to driving to work through its newly formed subsidiary Ford Smart Mobility LLC, which is operating in Palo Alto, California, and Dearborn, […]

How can blockchain protect a girl’s best friend? | #GuestOfTheWeek

When buying a diamond, you look for the four Cs: carat, cut, clarity and color. One company is working to add a B to the equation: blockchain. Everledger, a permanent ledger for diamond certification and related transaction history, is partnering with International Business Machines Corp. to apply blockchain technology to the diamond supply chain in an […]

Cognitive weather: the surprising profits of IBM Watson markets | #WomenInTech

It takes a powerful cloud to process all the data owned by The Weather Company, and IBM Corp. aims to show it’s up to the challenge. Having acquired the weather forecasting platform, IBM has applied its computing technology to Mother Nature’s data trail and is using artificial intelligence and cognitive machine-learning processes to uncover weather trends and use […]

HP Labs prepares for 40-fold rise in data growth with The Machine | #GuestOfTheWeek

A team at Hewlett Packard Labs aims to build the future of computing by developing a new bridge for applications for photonics, memory, compute and hardware and software. They call it The Machine, and they hope to do nothing less than create the architecture of the future for computing. The driving force behind The Machine is data. […]