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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HPE targets Europe for digital transformation services expansion | #WomenInTech

During the HPE Discover EU event this week in London, a struggling Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. announced spin-mergers, which had the company selling its non-core software business along with its OpenStack and Cloud Foundry assets. The company is now betting heavily on its digital transformation consulting business and partnerships to make up for its losses. HPE […]

European trends: the mobile workforce and monetizing IoT | #HPEDiscover

For European organizations, technology priorities are moving to the cloud and building a mobile workforce and wireless technology that will scale in the future. Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is not only meeting the demands of the market, but the company is designing infrastructure that will handle the future requirements for mobile engagement and […]

Storage wars: Is the debate on what to spin or put on flash over? | #HPEDiscover

There are many storage options available today, their configurations ranging from public to hybrid cloud. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is making an all-flash data center possible with affordable and secure storage for any size company, according to Bill Philbin, senior VP, GM Storage Business Unit, at HPE. At the HPE Discover EU conference in London, Dave Vellante (@dvellante) and […]

The real gateway to edge-to-cloud | #GuestOfTheWeek

General Electric Co. has been on a decades-long journey to the next industrial revolution. Initially it built automated machinery to increase the output and lifecycle of its assets. As the digital transformation flourished, the company expanded the concept with its GE Predix platform as a service. The goal for GE Digital is to optimize the platform […]

Pushing the limits of telemedicine | #WomenInTech

The digital transformation is sweeping all industries, healthcare being among the most anxious to adopt advanced technologies. With an aging population and the rapid development of analytics and edge device technology, growth projections for the telemedicine industry expect to reach a $34-billion-dollar industry by 2020. Taking advantage of the telemedicine boom is Dr. Sophia Yen, MD, MPH […]

What’s GE’s silver bullet for the energy sector? | #GuestOfTheWeek

General Electric Co. is not your grandfather’s power company any longer. The 124-year-old company is now an innovator in the digital transformation, developing software-defined machines and connected, responsive and predictive solutions. To that end, GE Power & Water hired its first Chief Digital Officer Ganesh Bell to be the architect of this digital transformation and drive business […]

Nuclear plant spawns a digital twin: GE Predix use case | #WomenInTech

Nuclear power plants operate in many of the 50 U.S. states, and these facilities are responsible for approximately 20 percent of our nation’s electricity. There are many concerns about nuclear energy, and government regulation safeguards the industry. With a national set of objectives to ensure the safety of the 3 million people living near nuclear […]

The right to choose: hybrid cloud efficiencies and the application layer | #GuestOfTheWeek

Private cloud, public cloud or hybrid cloud? This question has been plaguing the enterprise for several years now, but with the rapid digital transformation underway, sheer necessity is motivating organizations to adopt a hybrid solution that enables the business to be more efficient. This week, while at the Nutanix 2016 .NEXT Europe event in Vienna, Austria, Christian […]

Diversity in the Digital Age: Spread risk, own your biases | #WomenInTech

Increasing diversity in technology can have two meanings. First, there is the need to hire and retain a diverse workforce that can improve company growth and revenue. Secondly, there is a need to diversify skillsets to adjust in the Digital Age. Kate Russell, journalist, author and BBC and ITV contributor, spoke to Stu Miniman (@stu), […]

Bringing back JFK style: Can NASA’s mission to Mars inspire more women in tech? | #GuestOfTheWeek

In December, a movie called Hidden Figures will be hitting the theaters. The story is about an unknown team of three African-American women who were actively working at NASA to support the Friendship 7 mission in 1962 with critical mathematical calculations that launched America’s first person, John Glenn into orbit. This movie is coming out 55 […]