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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PRACE brings supercomputing capabilities to scientific communities in Europe

Despite not being the tech supercenters that America and several Asian countries are, two of the top five supercomputers in the world are in European counties. The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, or PRACE, is a non-profit association largely responsible for this, gathering experts around Europe to provide resources for European research communities. “Europe ...

Hewlett Packard Labs sets its sights on emerging quantum computing technologies

With the right tools, the next generations of scientists, engineers and artists will be able to develop technologies that change the way society functions. Quantum computing, which uses quantum mechanics to achieve computing power exponentially beyond traditional computer capabilities, is one of these emerging innovations, with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. working to provide the tools ...

Penetration tester Horizon3.ai identifies Fortinet exploit source, assists those checking for potential attacks

In early October, cybersecurity company Fortinet Inc. made headlines after a severe vulnerability was exposed in several of its productions. The zero-day flaw allowed potential remote attackers to access on-premises management controls on  Fortinet’s core products FortiOS, FortiSwitchManager and FortiProxy, causing potentially catastrophic damages to affected users. Penetration tester company Horizon3.ai Inc. was one of the ...
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Startup Kubiya aims to redefine ‘self-service’ and the DevOps experience with conversational intelligence

Startups are launching every day, and while most have ambition and plenty of ideas, only a small percentage succeed in the highly competitive tech industries. Kubiya Inc., a startup focused on using conversational intelligence capabilities to assist DevOps teams, is rapidly approaching the latter status, recently receiving $6 million in seed funding led by Hyperwise ...
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Red Hat teams up with IBM to create community-driven AI initiative Project Wisdom

Red Hat Inc.’s Ansible redefines infrastructure by enabling infrastructure as code, with artificial intelligence-powered automation as one of its strongest selling points. Project Wisdom, an initiative Red Hat developed with IBM Research, aims to combine Ansible with extensive AI-powered capabilities, simplifying automation in infrastructure and making it more accessible. “Project Wisdom is about combining two ...

Ansible sees the next frontier as ‘ops as code’: GM weighs in

For the first time since 2019, this week the AnsibleFest conference was an in-person, celebrating its 10th anniversary. One of the biggest topics of this year’s event is “ops as code,” a concept aimed at helping organizations using automation. “The number of things to manage on a day-to-day basis is only increasing,” said Tom Anderson (pictured), vice ...

Infinidat simplifies data storage and protection while minimizing CapEx and carbon emissions

Cloud services and hyperscale computing enable enterprises to mine insights from massive amounts of data, but they also add new levels of complexity in storing and protecting all that information. Solving for that complexity is Infinidat Ltd., founded in 2011. The company aspires to be a one-stop storage solution provider with products that encompass data ...

Munters drives digital transformation to reach next level of user engagement

Munters Group is a global leader in energy-efficient air treatment and climate control solutions in industries where temperature control and humidity are essential, including food, pharmaceuticals and data centers. As an essential cornerstone for many important industries that rely on strict temperature control, Munters turned to enterprise software company IFS AB when it needed to ...

Parexel works with IFS to automate complex processes for productivity and efficiency gains

IFS AB acquired Assyst, formerly Axios Assyst, in March 2021 with the goal of enabling IT and enterprise service management, as well as IT operations management. “Think of it as managing the ERP for IT and then broadening that out into the enterprise, where you’re driving enterprise use cases for all lines of businesses, like HR, finance, facilities, and so on,” said Martin ...

Dell tackles multicloud complexity issues by simplifying IT, implementing user feedback

Dell Technologies Inc. is one of the leading names in computers, with almost four decades of experience to help the company solve constantly emerging technology challenges. Dell is actively helping organizations solve multicloud pain points by using all the tools in its arsenal, including listening to end users. “Everything always starts with our customers; they’re our ...