Guest Post When launching a startup, legal issues often get brushed aside in order for founders to focus on building the product. But making the wrong legal decision early on in the process of starting your company may lead to thorny problems in the future.
MeritShare's rewards give employees public recognition for their achievements.
Cisco Systems announced on its blog today that it will acquire Denver-based BroadHop for an undisclosed sum. The technology will be used to shape mobile data traffic and will be folded into Cisco's service provider networking group.
Plex Systems, the cloud-based planning and management tool for manufacturers, has received significant strategic investment from Silicon Valley firm, Accel Partners.
Editor's Pick Jeff Hawkins reveals his latest invention, a "big data" product called Grok, which stems from years of neuroscience research.
Fruition Partners raises $12 million to transition legacy enterprise IT systems to cloud-based operations.
Business analytics app maker Roambi surveyed its customers recently to find what works and what doesn’t work in business data, analytics … and office life.
Apparently, meetings and PowerPoint slides kill more productivity than an alcoholic lunch. And, more than …
Exablox, a stealthy startup that specializes in storing businesses’ noisy and scattered data has raised $22 million in funding. "Nearly every company has a multi-terabyte storage problem," said Doug Brockett, the company's CEO in an interview.
Mc10 has raised a funding round to develop its line of wearable electronics that are light and flexible enough to conform to the human body.
Inventive conference call service UberConference has launched new apps for iOS and Android, a move that will make conference call experiences better even if you’re a highly mobile worker.
Customer advocacy platform Influitive closes $7.3M Series A.
Guest Post ProfitBricks, a global cloud infrastructure provider, has big ambitions despite not yet having widespread name recognition. The Boston-based infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) company this week announced the launch of a foundation program for the startup community.
Intuit is turning vast volumes of data about small business finances into tools to help its customers save time and money.
Guest Post For the past 50 years, companies built and bought software to automate every aspect of their business ... but as enterprise software’s use expanded, it grew bloated.
Tylr Mobile, a startup in stealth mode that is building a better way for business users to work on a smartphone or tablet device, has been selected by two accelerators, and has received investment from private individuals at companies like SAP, Salesforce.com and Oracle.
Silicon Valley-based CloudVelocity has emerged from stealth mode with $5 million in investment, and a technology that aims to remove the barriers of adoption to public clouds.
Enterprises are looking favorably at the public cloud. It’s no wonder with Amazon’s immense success in helping savvy web companies build their infrastructure natively on the cloud, as well as the relative ease made by highly visible enterprise developers who …