Betsy Amy-Vogt

Betsy Amy-Vogt is a staff writer for theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s mobile livestreaming studio. A digital nomad before the term existed, Betsy started her writing career at a tech startup in Austin, Texas, before taking her laptop off around the globe. When not writing tech news blogs or working on her latest sci-fi fantasy novel, she volunteers at Hekab Be bilingual library and community center in Akumal, Mexico. Got news? Tweet it to @siliconangle.

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Collibra virtual conference highlights the importance of creating a data-first culture

Among the most disruptive changes in enterprise culture has been the prioritization of data gathering and analysis to generate revenue. Workflows have been reengineered in response to demand for access to reliable data in order to gain valuable insights. This has created a conundrum: Proprietary and sensitive data needs to be protected, but everyone needs ...

AI funding frenzy tags cloud-scale computing as enterprises’ point of differentiation

Data is at the core of today’s digital revolution, but its refinement processes have become the real points of differentiation for enterprises. As companies convert raw data into actionable insights, artificial intelligence signals a burgeoning ecosystem of management models. It’s a startup haven of sorts, with cloud-native newcomers attributing success to the scalability of modern ...

Next-gen solutions in AI, security and life sciences featured at second AWS Startup Showcase on June 16

Any newborn has a better rate of survival when it is nurtured and supported. A baby bird that falls from the nest is probably doomed, but one protected and sustained will grow stronger until it can stretch its wings and fly. Like animals, tech start-ups are more likely to hit unicorn status if they are ...

Quantcast uses machine learning and AI to take on walled garden giants in the fight for the open internet

Media and publishing used to be the domain of specialized companies who controlled the content. The internet broke that model, and today anyone can go online and publish a blog, a podcast, or star in their own video. But the big tech companies want to take control, closing content into walled gardens. But that’s not ...

Q&A: As the cookie crumbles, walled garden Google faces off against open internet advocates

The digital marketing world has been thrown into an existential crisis as its way of working – powered by third-party cookies and programmatic advertising – is turned upside down. But the real battle is happening between the walled garden group, led by Google’s privacy sandbox FLoC, and those advocating for an open internet, such as ...

Open internet champion Quantcast takes an intelligent look at solving the third-party cookie conundrum

The end is nigh for the era of easy tracking. It’s been over a year since Google announced it was depreciating third-party cookies from its Chrome browser, yet 80% of internet advertisers in the U.S. still rely on third-party cookies. With the clock ticking down toward Chrome’s 2022 depreciation date, finding an alternative to the ...

Is there life without cookies? Experts consider the future of digital marketing

Google became marketing’s very own cookie monster when it announced that it would discontinue support for third-party cookies in its Chrome browser as of January 2022. Google wasn’t the first to do this: Apple’s Safari and Netscape’s Firefox have long been cookie-less. But with 67.14% of the market share compared to Safari’s 10.11% and Firefox’s ...

Anitian automates cloud security with ‘DevSecOps in a box’

When you’re a software-as-a-service startup, getting security and compliance certified for government contracts is a bit like combining a hula-hoop contest with the limbo. It requires focus and time, pushing you outside your comfort zone. Traditionally, SaaS vendors looking to tap into the lucrative market of the public sector had two ways to navigate the ...
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Lacework CEO spills the secret formula for successful market disruption

Cybersecurity is a huge market: Valued at $153 billion in 2020, it is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 12% to reach $366 billion by 2028, according to Fortune Business Insights. The growth is bolstered by a high-profile challenge. The rise in cloud adoption and remote work has increased the attack ...

Watch live: Think 2021 reimagines the digital experience as IBM powers up hybrid cloud with automation

As businesses take stock after the panic of overnight transformation, they are seeing a post-COVID business world that looks very different from its pre-pandemic incarnation. Remote operations and the need to rapidly respond to the changing economic climate have made cloud computing essential for modern business survival. Adapting means adopting hybrid cloud. But stepping smoothly ...