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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Auto-Owners Insurance embarks on digital transformation journey

Digital transformation is close to a necessity now, and navigating the process can be daunting without proper guidance. EnChoice Inc., an IBM business partner, provides content management and helps organizations such as Auto-Owners Insurance Group develop digital strategies and transformative solutions. With the use of automation and the hybrid cloud, enChoice helped bring Auto-Owners to ...

Inside IBM’s new Security Services Alliance Program

IBM Security Services, one of the largest managed service providers, is looking to expand its reach with a new alliance program. With security powerhouse partners like Cisco Systems Inc., IBM aims to find development support for its new services and offerings, as well as gain access to new technology to integrate into its systems. “We ...

Alation receives $110 million in funding, resulting in hefty $1.2 billion valuation

Alation Inc., a company specializing in enterprise data intelligence, recently received funding for $110 million, boosting its market valuation to $1.2 billion. Founded in 2012, Alation jumped into the data intelligence game early, recognizing the need for dedicated data intelligence platforms as a data-driven digital environment began developing. Alation showed no hesitation in being transparent about ...
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TheCUBE on Cloudera: How a big-data pioneer navigated the shift to the cloud

On June 1, Cloudera Inc. announced that it’s going private after being acquired by private equity firms KKR and CD&R, but its path to the $5.3 billion acquisition was long and winding. Founded in 2008, Cloudera delivers an enterprise data cloud platform in a variety of applications, built entirely on open-source technology. As an early frontrunner in ...

AI amps up business resiliency — key to organizational longevity post-pandemic

The pandemic tested businesses’ resiliency and the ability to deal with unexpected disruptions. Proper planning and preparation, especially when paired with the use of artificial intelligence, can lessen the damage of future disruptions, according to Dave Marmer (pictured), vice president of offering management for IBM Regtech in the Cognos Analytics and Planning Analytics division at IBM. ...

IBM Garage sees growth during pandemic as need for digital transformation accelerates

Digital transformation is essential during modernization, particularly after the pandemic stalled in-person interactions and accelerated the need for remote and online services. IBM is working with organizations to address critical digital transformation needs. And With end-to-end services, such as IBM Garage, businesses can use IBM’s expertise with hybrid cloud and DevOps to bring their company ...

Docker’s partnership with Snyk focuses on developer-first security

Developing secure code is crucial, yet it’s surprising how often that basic need is overlooked. According to research by Enterprise Strategy Group, 48% of organizations surveyed admit to knowingly pushing out vulnerable code regularly, with only 14% claiming to have never released vulnerable code in their company’s history. Docker Inc. announced last October a new ...

For responsible computing, you need responsible CTOs

Recently, the role of chief technology officers made a resurgence in several companies, especially those more involved in technology. A CTO is responsible for overseeing the tech and engineering departments, as well as looking toward the future to decide what features need to be implemented to prepare and adapt to a tech-heavy economy. Being a ...

Using AI-powered software to manage potential cyber threats

Cyberattacks are the number-one threat to the global economy, according to Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve. Alacrinet Consulting Services Inc., an information technology consulting firm that specializes in cybersecurity consulting, is seeking to diminish digital insecurity globally and reduce the risk of cyberattacks. “There’s thousands of these attacks happening every day, whether it’s in ...

Using a connected enterprise to survive a digitally transformed economy

As the pandemic fog begins to lift, businesses are realizing the only way to survive in a changed world is by accelerating digital transformation and offering their services online. Although digitizing an entire company might intimidate leaders and chief information officers alike, several businesses reported that their digital transformation was 20 to 25 times faster ...