AWS Startups Blog
Using Amazon Redshift & AWS Glue: How Landbay Pivoted to Provide Mortgage Payment Holidays
Chris Burrell, Head of Tech at Landbay explains how the startup used AWS and the power of Amazon Redshift and AWS Glue to adapt quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure they adhered to government guidelines for mortgage payment holidays.
Cutting Through Governmental Red Tape With Proof
Ben Sanders, CTO of Proof, talks about how the Toronto-based startup helps cut through governmental red tape by streamlining approvals. He also shares his thoughts on cloud technology simplifying government processes, and what’s next in 2019.
Singapore’s Flourishing Startup Scene and What Helped Build It
Since gaining its independence just over 50 years ago, the city-state of Singapore has quickly developed into a hub for startups. This growth has lead many to wonder: what’s fueling this community?
Tech & Public Policy: A Chat with Harvard Law School’s Susan Crawford
Professor Susan Crawford of Harvard Law School professor sits down with Kristen Titus, former Chief Technology & Innovation Officer of New York, for a wide-ranging conversation on the biggest issues concerning technology’s role in government and public policy.
How AWS Helps Skylight Build Weather Reports for Aviation Companies
Who likes to talk about the weather? Pilots. In fact they need to do a lot more than talk about the weather. They need to know the data from the inside out.
Theta Lake on Modern Communication Compliance Conundrums
For the average person, the idea of compliance and regulation technology doesn’t elicit much enthusiasm. But for Devin Redmond and Rich Sutton, co-founders of the RegTech startup Theta Lake, the concept is downright sexy—especially as startups and enterprises alike have increased spending on compliance following the last financial meltdown.
From Paid Pilots to Tenders: Readaar’s Advice on Selling to Local Governments
Readaar co-founder Matthijs van Til explains how his startup, which buys imagery and sells data, learned how to sell their product to local governments.