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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‘Data czars’ take to the road to find new technology solutions | #MITCDOIQ

An increasing number of companies are considering adding the Chief Data Officer (CDO) role to the team. One of those companies is Fidelity Investments. Chair of Fidelity Investments’ Technology Advisory Group, Gopal Subramanian, SVP and Data Science & Analytics Practice Lead, is one of Fidelity Investments’ “data czars.” Subramanian explained to theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s Media team, ...

Data plays critical role in national defense | #MITCDOIQ

Data management plays a critical role in the nation’s defense, according to Mark Krzysko, deputy director of Enterprise Information, Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics for the Department of Defense. Krzysko supplies a wide variety of info for decision making to the Under Secretary of Defense, and he jokingly describes his position as “Jack of all trades, ...

Is data an asset or a liability? | #MITCDOIQ

The role of the Chief Data Officer continues to evolve. But just when does data go from an asset to a liability? During theCUBE’s kickoff to day two of MIT CDOIQ Symposium 2015, Dave Vellante and Paul Gillin look back at the nine-yearr Symposium history and how the focus of the event has changed from ...

One size doesn’t fit all in data security intelligence | #MITCDOIQ

“It’s about data quality, data governance, security,” says Murthy Mathiprakasam about the evolution of data security intelligence. “It’s about an evolution of the portfolio. The one size fits all approach doesn’t make sense.” Mathiprakasam, principal product marketing manager for Informatica Corp.’s Big Data products, speaks with theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s Media team, at the MIT CDOIQ Symposium. ...

Big Data volume, velocity and variety continue to grow; but what about value? | #MITCDOIQ

Intel Corp. is constantly earning it’s right to be a trusted advisor in the data management marketplace, according to Mykola Hayvanovych, global director of Data Science with Intel. Hayvanovych joined theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s Media team, during an interview at the MIT CDOIQ Symposium 2015 event in Cambridge, MA. Referring to a healthcare and life sciences use-case ...

The year of open source: A disruptive time in IT industry | #MITCDOIQ

Kicking off theCUBE’s third year of coverage of the MITCDOIQ Symposium, Wikibon chief analyst Dave Vellante and SiliconANGLE enterprise editor Paul Gillin discuss how the role of the CIO is changing due to the impact of open source on the tech industry. “I’ve never seen a more disruptive time in the IT industry,” says Gillin. ...

Larry Ellison: ‘The Oracle Cloud is complete’ | #datacenter

“With today’s announcement we complete our Cloud. I am now able to say that we have a complete suite of services for the creation of modern applications and the running and managing of those applications,” said Larry Ellison, executive chairman of the board and chief technology officer of Oracle Corp.  “We will continue to create ...

EMC’s gamble on Docker pays off | #DockerCon

EMC took a bet on Docker back in the early stages of development of its Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) hyperscale infrastructure solution. Kamal Srinivasan, principal product manager at EMC’s Advanced Software Division, spoke with theCUBE at DockerCon 2015 about the company’s gamble. “For ECS 1.0, we were running in containers, so we placed a bet ...

‘We did containers before Docker made them cool,’ says Microsoft’s John Gossman | #DockerCon

“Everyone in the industry has been doing containers before containers were cool. Inside our services, inside services like Bing, we’ve been running containers for a long time,” John Gossman, an architect on Microsoft’s Azure core team, told theCUBE at DockerCon 2015. “The industry tends to be revolutionized not by somebody coming up with some incredible ...

Application-centric infrastructure makes networking simpler | #RHSummit

“We need to make things simpler. Networking is hard. It’s a special skillset, and it’s not something that people who build applications really think about,” Mike Cohen, director of Product Management at Cisco Systems, Inc., told theCUBE’s Stu Miniman in an interview during the Red Hat Summit in Boston, MA. “One of the best innovations we ...