BiBo Labs makes an Excel-based tool for generating reports from a variety of database sources.
Having trouble finding a quality date online with services like Match, OkCupid, or eHarmony? How about going on some video speed dates with new startup Seekly?
Everything you need to know about the iconic Silicon Valley company Hewlett Packard you can learn in this chart.
According to a 2007 Gartner study, the IT industry produces as much greenhouse gas as the entire aviation industry. That’s one of the reasons Eiki Hrafnsson and Tryggvi Lárusson created GreenQloud, the first public cloud fully powered by 100 percent renewable energy resources.
Enterprises that want peace of mind when it comes to applications running in cloud or virtual environments can outsource management to startup AppEnsure.
If you haven’t already been lulled into Dropbox or SugarSync’s grasps for cloud syncing, 4Sync wants to be your new best friend for backing up and accessing all of your files.
Gaxsys today released a consumer-facing application called GaxWallet that aims to simply and expedite the e-commerce experience for brands and their customers.
Ensafer is one approach to cloud security. It’s a product for end-to-end encryption — that means your stuff, whatever it is, stayed encrypted through transporting, sharing, storing, etc.
What if you could have all of your employees, cloud applications, documents, files, and customer data in one place? Zeppelin thinks it can actually capture them all in a jar.
We hear about “bring your own device” and protecting the enterprise cloud all day every day. But what about the consumer cloud, i.e.: half the applications on your phone. Passwords aren’t safe enough, but perhaps using the wealth of available technology on a smartphone can help us more securely identify ourselves.
Sponsored Post The advance of cloud computing has significantly simplified the life of modern start-ups by offering all the necessary technical resources without wasting time on maintenance…
DNS and enterprise email delivery service Dyn has raised its first-ever funding round with $38 million from North Bridge.
Since its public launch in 2007, Google’s Gmail has continued to rapidly add features that make our email lives easier. Now you can add another feature that list with the new ability search inside attachments that have been sent to you.
If editing a video on your iPhone is too arduous with Apple’s iMovie (you know who you are), then Givit wants to be your video-editing app of choice.
Here’s some news to perk up your office space: The PDF software you know and love is blasting into the modern age with tablet-focused touch features, collaborative editing, e-signatures, and cloud features. How d’ya like that, Bob?
Sponsored Post CloudCon Expo & Conference brings you the opportunity to learn best practices and strategies for Cloud Deployment. A perfect event designed for IT professionals and decision makers looking to implement Cloud Technology to achieve benefits like Reliability, Adaptability and Cost Reduction.
Cloud Security company Qualys is up 18 percent in after hours trading. The company debuted on the NASDAQ today, with a slow start ending in an 11 percent climb.
Four senior female Box executives gathered one Wednesday afternoon for a frank discussion about the company’s growth, taking leadership positions in a male-dominated industry, and the enterprise startups that are spurring the innovation of the next decade.
You can expect to see another security company on the market tomorrow. Cloud security company Qualys will debut on the NASDAQ Friday under the ticket symbol QYLS.
Cloud email management startup Mimecast — the leading supplier of email management solutions for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 — has raised $62.15 million in its third round funding.
Sponsored Post I’m often asked how Cloud Mafia came about and what makes this mob so successful? With 2000+ members, it’s the largest group of its kind in San Francisco…
Dropbox just announced a new integration today, and it’s a doozy: Facebook. Starting today, Facebook users can share files, pictures, and folders to their friends and contacts in Facebook Groups.
Cloudee, a cloud-based video service for iOS device owners, is opening its doors to the public today.
Guest Post The cloud computing market continues to explode. But for the next few years, expect to see a hybrid of public and private cloud.
Enterprise cloud storage startup Egnyte has added the ability to sync 5 million files from a single device and increased its upload speed maximum to a ultra-fast 25 megabytes per second.
SimpliVity, a startup that wants to clean up your IT infrastructure, has pulled in $25 million for its second round led by venture capital firm, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield Byers.
Guest Post This is a guest post, written by investor Brad Feld.
The New York Times has published an in-depth piece today that purports to document how wasteful the Internet industry is, but some critics say the report is misleading. The issue is important, because no doubt, there’s a lot of waste, but here’s an analysis of where critics think the Times falls short.
Nils Puhlmann, the chief security officer at Zynga, is the latest to leave the firm.
Salesforce.com chief executive Marc Benioff relates how his company transformed the social support infrastructure at Activision Blizzard, the publisher of the Call of Duty games and an enterprise with $4.8 billion in annual sales.
Benioff, Salesforce’s outspoken CEO, took the stage for his keynote address at Dreamforce 2012 with one clear message: A “social revolution” is taking place, and his company wants to be the driving force behind it.
Sponsored Post Burger King: Your Way, Right Away. We’ve all heard that slogan. The notion is, you don’t just get a boring old burger off the assembly line (ahem, McDonald’s), you get your order customized, built for your needs…
Hong Kong: home of 7 million crowded people, sky-high real estate prices, and … a new Apple data center. Well, a future Apple data center.
Venture capitalists are clambering to fund flash storage startups, the new wave of technologies that are disrupting the traditional data center. The latest announcement comes from Virident Systems, a Milpitas, California-based company which had no trouble raising $26 million dollars in fourth round funding led by Mitsui Global Investors.
GENWI hooks extra $2M to distribute content to mobile devices.
Secure cloud hosting company FireHost raised $10 million in its third round of financing.
Oracle has snapped up SelectMinds, a provider of recruiting automation tools, to bolster its portfolio of cloud-based employee and HR services.
Appnomic has secured its third round of funding from existing investor Norwest Venture Partners for its cloud application monitoring service.