Bev Terrell

Bev Terrell

With more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the information technology business, Bev Terrell is a SiliconANGLE writer covering live news events with theCUBE. She got her start at EDS (now Hewlett Packard) and also worked at ACS (now Xerox Business Services), so it’s fair to say Bev has personally experienced the changing landscape of the outsourcing industry. In addition to a passion for writing, Bev loves to paint portraits and to spoil her large yellow cat, Seamus.
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Latest from Bev Terrell

Future of Cloud report sees rise in cloud revenues, governance | #theCUBE

Wikibon and North Bridge Growth Equity recently announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey. This survey analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis, and it provides one of the broadest and deepest explorations of the cloud industry with 53 leading cloud companies participating as collaborators. […]

Mentoring the high-tech community to strengthen its future | #theCUBE

There can be the perception that everyone in Silicon Valley knew, from the time they were babies, that they wanted to work in the computer field; that they were crafting their first business plan alongside their story for ‘what I did on my summer vacation’ in elementary school. That is a fallacy; there are a […]

Supporting diverse perspectives to make the cloud community better | #theCUBE

Office of the Cloud is a group of leaders from tech organizations who convene to share ideas and learn from each other’s successes and failures with cloud technology. It’s all about “putting companies together to talk to each other and being able to solve problems,” explained Dao Jensen, CEO of Kaizen Technology Partners, as well as the […]

Initiative inspires and finances entrepreneurs around the world | #theCUBE

The Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship initiative, launched by President Obama in 2014, is a collaboration between American entrepreneurs, the White House, the U.S. Department of Commerce and several other federal agencies. The initiative was born out of President Obama’s insight that the way we celebrate and support entrepreneurship in the U.S. is one of the […]

Providing a project-based alternative college for software engineers | #theCUBE

The Holberton School, located in downtown San Francisco, is a two-year alternative to college for training software engineers. Rather than the traditional lecture and textbook model, the school uses project-based and peer learning to give its students hands-on, practical training they can use immediately in the world of information technology. Dora Korpar, a student at […]

Combining computer tech and speech science gives a voice to those who cannot speak | #theCUBE

One of the most recognizable characteristics of personality is the voice. It gives so many clues about us: where we are from, how old we are, whether we’re male or female, even our level of education. For the more than 10 million people worldwide who are unable to speak, they rely on voice devices to communicate […]

Uncovering the ‘real hybrid architecture’ with AWS-VMware mashup | #theCUBE

To bring clients the hybrid solution they’ve been asking for, VMware Inc. and Amazon recently announced a strategic partnership, bringing VMware’s enterprise-class data center software to the Amazon Web Services cloud. This will enable customers to run any application across vSphere and VMware Cloud Foundation-based private, public and hybrid cloud environments. This jointly architected service […]

VMware aims to simplify cross-cloud challenges | #theCUBE

Clients have a huge set of challenges when they move to the cloud; the average company, today, has its data sitting in 4.5 clouds, according to Guido Appenzeller, chief technology strategy officer, network/security business unit, at VMware Inc. A client may well have data in the AWS, Azure, Google and IBM public clouds, as well […]

Open source needs social freedoms for business to thrive | #theCUBE

When open source was first introduced in 1991 with Linux, it was considered a novelty in the industry, a new toy for developers to play with. Today, it’s a fundamental driver of technology innovation across all software companies, according to Dirk Hohndel, VP and chief open source officer at VMware Inc. “Open source is more than […]

Meshing the high-performance compute power of SGI with HPE’s strong portfolio | #HPEDiscover

The recent acquisition of SGI gives HPE a view into high-end, specialized supercomputing markets. While it has been in the High-Performance Compute space before, with Apollo, SGI gives HPE a big boost into the arena, according to Bill Mannel, VP and GM, high-performance computing and big data, at Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. Mannel and Eng Lim Goh, PhD, […]