Mike Wheatley

Mike Wheatley is a senior staff writer at SiliconANGLE. He loves to write about Big Data and the Internet of Things, and explore how these technologies are evolving and helping businesses to become more agile.

Before joining SiliconANGLE, Mike was an editor at Argophilia Travel News, an occassional contributer to The Epoch Times, and has also dabbled in SEO and social media marketing. He usually bases himself in Bangkok, Thailand, though he can often be found roaming through the jungles or chilling on a beach.

Got a news story or tip? Email Mike@SiliconANGLE.com.

Latest from Mike Wheatley

Microsoft brings AI to healthcare with new partner program

Already established as a major player in artificial intelligence, Microsoft Corp.. is aiming to make the technology a foundation of the healthcare industry with the launch Thursday of a new partnership program called Healthcare NExT. The program brings together Microsoft’s latest innovations in AI with its Azure cloud computing capabilities in an effort to advance […]

Report: Microsoft, Google gaining on Amazon in the public cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc.’s rivals are gaining on it thanks to the rise of hybrid cloud adoption among enterprises, according to a newly published cloud report by RightScale Inc. RightScale’s annual State of the Cloud Report reveals that the shift to multi-cloud infrastructure away from on-premises hardware has resulted in significant gains in market share for Microsoft […]

Amazon updates tool to move data from Oracle and Teradata to its cloud

Amazon Web Services Inc. is hoping to win over more customers from Oracle Corp. and Teradata Corp. by allowing them to import data into its own cloud data warehouse, Amazon Redshift. The cloud giant announced an update Thursday to its Schema Conversion Tool, which can now migrate data stored in commercial relational databases offered by Oracle […]

Microsoft open sources VR-based simulator for drones and robots

Microsoft Corp. wants to make life easier for drone and robotics developers. On Wednesday, the software and cloud giant released an open-source software toolkit called AirSim that allows developers to test their new creations within the safety of a simulated world. The new virtual reality technology originates from a Microsoft Research project called the Aerial […]

Dell EMC brings Enterprise Hybrid Cloud solution to VxRail appliances

Dell EMC is stepping up its hybrid cloud push by making its Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud available on VxRail appliances, which combine computing and storage in one server. EHC is Dell EMC’s engineered solution for hybrid clouds. It’s billed as an integrated and tested engineered solution that aims to deliver shorter time to value than […]

Deloitte teams up with Amazon Web Services to push SAP HANA

Enterprise consultancy firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd. has said it’s creating a new cloud practice for Amazon Web Services with around 2,500 expert consultants ready to advise companies on how to build cloud-based applications on AWS. The AWS practice will also collaborate closely with German enterprise software firm SAP SE, in order to market the company’s HANA […]

Cohesity expands hyperconverged storage lineup with on-premises editions

Hyperconverged storage startup Cohesity Inc. on Tuesday announced the addition of two more products to its Data Platform lineup, including a software-only virtual edition and a hyperconverged node. The new products, Cohesity DataPlatform Virtual Edition and Cohesity C2100 Hyperconverged Node, join the company’s existing hardware and software sets C2100, C2300 and C2500, and its Cloud Edition product. […]

Oracle rolls out cloud data integration system for real-time analytics

Oracle Corp. on Monday issued a new bid to join Amazon Web Services Inc. at the top of the public cloud summit with the introduction of a new service that aims to integrate enterprise customers’ data with real-time analytics. On Monday, the company rolled out its Data Integrator Cloud Service that’s designed to accelerate support […]

AWS adds cloud video conferencing service with Amazon Chime

Amazon Web Services Inc. is continuing its push into cloud services with the launch of a new Internet voice service competitor to Skype for Business, Slack, WebEx and GoToMeeting. Called Amazon Chime, the new service is available for Android, iOS, MacOS and Windows, the company said. “It’s pretty hard to find people who actually like the […]

Intel Security launches free service ranking the most dangerous cyber threats

Information technology system administrators have a tough time keeping up to date with the latest threats in cyber land. Those tasked with keeping corporate networks safe face an uphill struggle to stave off the never-ending flow of new exploit kits, ransomware strains and other vulnerabilities. Now they’re getting a helping hand from the guys at […]