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Guest Post Small and medium-size businesses are the economy’s biggest growth engine, and they stand to benefit disproportionately from the next generation of SaaS offerings.
Seculert believes the cloud is the best way to get the realtime information about infections in your system.
Norwest Venture Partners partner Matthew Howard shares his views on what large tech companies can do to keep up with startups in a rapidly changing world.
Partners at Sequoia, Norwest Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers discuss health industry trends and what they look for in potential investments.
Guest Post Here are five important ways to make the most of your first big round of funding.
Basis Sceince wants to use its lead to race ahead of the rumored Apple iWatch.
Norwest Venture Partners (NVP), one of Silicon Valley’s oldest venture capital firms, is bulking up its international team of venture investors, and predicts it will be highly active in 2013.
HealthCatalyst is the latest health technology startup to benefit from the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, which mandates that health providers and hospitals shift to to electronic records.
The former CEO and President of Vibram FiveFingers starts his own minimalist footwear brand, backed by $5 million in venture capital.
Editor’s Pick The wristwatch tracks your heart rate, sleep habits, and physical activity.
Appnomic has secured its third round of funding from existing investor Norwest Venture Partners for its cloud application monitoring service.
Marketing automation software company Act-On raises $16 million in its fourth round of funding.
Every year, 100 billion minutes are spent on traditional audio-only teleconferences, while only 200 million minutes are used for video conferencing. Blue Jeans Network thinks it’s the company that can flip those numbers around.
Take one helping of Facebook: social, status updates, friends, and games. Add any online brokerage: stocks, money, charts, and choices. Mix them together, and you’ve got Motif Investing.
41st Parameter announced today it has raised $13 million in its fourth round of funding. The company helps prevent fraudulent online transactions.
Nearly every company has a social presence these days, but personal recommendations are often a more powerful way to boost sales. If you’ve never heard about a company before, but your friend has, you’ll likely trust her opinion over that of a complete stranger. But keeping track of how much customer referrals really help your business can be hard, so Extole has created a way to track word-of-mouth marketing.
Car sharing startup RelayRides has raised $3.6 million in a round of funding only five months after its last, according to a form D filed with the SEC. Involved in the round are Google Ventures, August Capital.
Our well-attended GamesBeat 2011 conference took place this week, and here’s what you missed.
Gamification startup Badgeville has raised $12 million in a second round of funding to add game-like features to non-game applications.
We’ve been writing a lot of posts about our speakers at GamesBeat 2011. But here’s a summary of why we think this will be the must-attend game conference for you.
VentureBeat is delighted to announce our all-star panel of judges for our third-annual Who’s Got Game? contest. This contest selects the best game start-up after a grueling on-stage bake-off.
Blue Jeans Network came out of stealth mode Wednesday, making the cloud-based, multi-party video conferencing service commercially available. Dubbed “any(ware) video conferencing,” Blue Jeans Network makes video conferencing accessible to pretty much everyone with practically any video-enabled device.
Today we’re revealing the third set of speakers for our third annual GamesBeat 2011 conference. Our slate of speakers will include Bing Gordon, partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and the former chief creative officer at Electronic Arts; Daniel Terry, chief executive and co-founder of mobile game maker Pocket Gems; and Tim Chang, partner at Norwest Venture Partners.