Alice Gillin

Raised by professional writers, Alice discovered the joys of writing at a young age and gained an affinity for all things tech shortly after. In the past, she has written about accessibility in the workplace and proper pet care. Alice graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017 with a BFA in Sequential Art. She enjoys illustrating and designing in her time off, as well as playing video games and writing fictional stories. Got news? Tweet us @siliconangle.

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HPE GreenLake brings the cloud to all your data with Sept. 28 announcement

What’s next for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s hybrid cloud platform GreenLake as cloud continues to lead enterprise tech spending? HPE’s flagship edge-to-cloud platform saw a market opportunity in activating cloud native approaches for on-premises workload optimization, and a Sept. 28 event brings news of a maturing ecosystem. An ongoing challenge is the fact that enterprises still struggle to ...

Upcoming AWS Summit assesses a post-pandemic, cloud-based future

Cloud computing only seems to get more popular, as the global market is already on track to reach $250 billion for 2021 and is projected to top $791 billion by 2028. And as this market matures in affordability and security, the public sector is better able to take advantage of it.  The digital transformation is happening ...

Amazon offers tips on preventing one of the biggest cybersecurity threats facing IT pros: ransomware attacks

With great data comes great risk of data interception and security breaches, potentially costing companies millions in damages and various privacy lawsuits. The estimated GDP cost of cybercrime reached $1 trillion in 2018, calling many business owners to action in deploying the best possible cyber defenses their budget can afford. Enterprise IT leaders understand the importance of ...

The need for speed: Amazon uses SAN in the cloud to expedite users’ cloud migration process

Moving heavy workloads to the cloud, as essential as it is in today’s digital economy, is a tough process. Technical debt and risk of error make migrating critical workloads a potential headache and stressor for a lot of companies seeking to join the digital revolution. With Amazon Elastic Box Storage and its snapshots feature, capable ...

Inside Kyndryl, IBM’s managed infrastructure services spin-off firm

Earlier this year, IBM announced a planned spin-off that will be complete by the end of this year of its Global Technology Services. The spin-off will be called Kyndryl and will specialize in managed infrastructure services. Acting as its own company, the spin-off allows IBM to focus on different priorities while Kyndryl assists its customers ...

Mainline transforms itself from hardware reseller to IT solution specialist

For over 30 years, Mainline Information Systems Inc. specialized in hardware, mainly hardware reselling. Within the past decade, however, the company transformed itself into a systems integrator, specializing in assisting its clients with cloud transformation solutions, whether it’s software, services or even staffing. The pandemic accelerated transformation efforts, challenging businesses everywhere with an incentive to ...

TRM works with IBM to develop cloud-based asset management solution

For decades, Total Resource Management Inc. has partnered with IBM to assist their customers with implementing Maximo, an enterprise asset management software first rolled out in 1985. Offering services such as work planning, location management and inventory, Maximo is used by companies such as The American Red Cross. “This relationship that we have with IBM is ...

Nebulon simplifies remote management by helping businesses adopt smart infrastructure

When storage area networks entered the data storage playing field over a decade ago, it set in motion a rapid change in storage infrastructure layers and shook technology markets. The software-defined data center became a dominant model, eliminating overhead and exposing inefficient and expensive core functionality. Cloud computing came after, with hyper-scale infrastructure enabling companies ...

Industry on the edge: managing the industrial internet of things

The internet of things is gradually taking over even the most basic aspects of our lives, with a plethora of devices connected to the edge and relying on the cloud to complete their services. More specifically, industrial IoT has a large cloud overhead that requires extensive management and maintenance. Siemens Digital Industries Software offers an ...

Red Hat embraces quantum supremacy as it looks to the future

Since its founding in 1993, Red Hat Inc. has seen significant growth and witnessed first hand the transformation from an analog to a digital economy. With years of experience under its belt, Red Hat is looking on the horizon to prepare for emerging technology with its partnership with IBM Corp., giving it a front-row seat ...