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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Salesforce uses new infrastructure architecture Hyperforce to help government manage pandemic scaling needs

The pandemic ushered in a new era of technological innovation, with businesses and organizations globally scrambling to find digital transformation solutions capable of handling a large remote load. The government and private sector exploded with new use cases and the need to replatform to handle strenuous demand, and Salesforce.com Inc. partnered with Amazon Web Services ...

Nvidia provides powerful GPUs to support innovative AI developments

Graphic processing units are hot right now, with stores quickly selling out of stock as consumers engage in crypto markets or play technologically demanding video games. GPUs, however, are ready to lend themselves to the development of artificial intelligence, with Nvidia Corp. seeking to give AI developers a powerful platform capable of taking on innovative ...

Aspirational Futures, Netscout help prepare the next generation for careers in tech

For technology to continuously improve and evolve, it needs motivated engineers, designers and researchers willing to push it into the next generation. With proper science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics education and preparation, children everywhere today will be ready to lead and develop technology into another era of technological wonder, according to professor Sally Eaves (pictured, ...

Netscout ‘Threat Intelligence Report’ spotlights new threat actor attack methods

The pandemic saw a majority of employees working remotely and the world turning to digital services, causing an uptick in cyberattacks as almost all business was conducted virtually. In fact, 2020 saw over 10 million attacks, a 20% increase from 2019, with the attacks skyrocketing around mid-March when the pandemic gained momentum, according to Richard Hummel ...

HPE-Deloitte alliance targets flexible hybrid cloud solutions

The past 18 months encouraged incredible growth and transformation in the tech industry, with a rapid shift to remote work, the acceleration of digital transformations and more. This requires a significant amount of data analysis and migration, calling for assistance in securely ingesting and retaining large volumes of data. Deloitte Consulting LLP, a global provider ...

Splunk turns ‘data into doing’ by giving businesses addressable, easy-to-access data

The pandemic tested the integrity of companies globally, and those that weathered the storm best proved to have solid data foundations. Being able to scale operations or add new customer experiences quickly and efficiently is a key requirement as the digital migration accelerates, but companies can often fall short in making the best use out ...

VMware takes on cloud-based disaster recovery as ransomware risks linger post-pandemic

Workflow disasters are inevitable, whether caused by cyberattacks, natural disasters or economic disruptions caused by a global pandemic. With proper preparations for disaster recovery, efforts can be made to prevent or lessen the impact of these disturbances. Last year, VMware Inc. introduced VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery after the acquisition of Datrium Inc., a company specializing ...

Cloud integration platform TriggerMesh goes open source, encourages Kubernetes-based, cloud native market

Despite being founded in 2018, TriggerMesh Inc. is making waves in the cloud industry with a Kubernetes-based platform that integrates cloud applications to be deployed as code and managed at a single source. Recently, Cisco Systems Inc. led a funding round of over $5 million for the software platform, which TriggerMesh plans to use to expand its ...

LogDNA streamlines log management and analysis with customer-centric approach

COVIDd-19 brought several changes to the tech world, and a surge of data usage is one of the most dramatic examples of these changes, calling for competent log management and analysis platforms. LogDNA Inc., built on Kubernetes and optimized for Kubernetes, is a centralized log management platform designed for a streamlined DevOps experience. The company ...

Flux flexes its specs during ecosystem event as cloud giants adopt open-source GitOps operator

Flux, an open-source GitOps operator developed by Weaveworks Inc., makes managing deployments and Kubernetes even simpler. From its inception, Flux has seen a great deal of adoption in cloud infrastructure vendors, including Amazon, VMware and Microsoft, and recently the Department of Defense. On October 20, GitOps Days was held, with several different companies coming on ...