Pure Storage, a flash player that aims to disrupt the business of storage arrays, has received a $40 million fourth round of funding, led by Index Ventures.
The cloud will save money, reduce costs, and improve efficiency. At least, that’s what Google says top financial experts believe.
Sponsored Post What is in-memory processing, and how does it help? Think of it as kaizen for the data center: Moving data closer to the place where it’s needed.
Editor's Pick Video is the new audio. With more emotion, more nuance, and more effective real-time communication, videoconferencing is growing at a 20 percent annual rate in business.
Sponsored Post Cloud is all the rage in enterprise … so much so that Juniper predicts mobile cloud revenues alone of $39 billion by 2016. But with new file sharing and application management strategies…
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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.
Microsoft formally announced the acquisition of enterprise social networks provider Yammer for $1.2 billion yesterday.
InSites Consulting, a market research firm with feet on both sides of the Atlantic, just released its six-country social-in-the-enterprise report. And it includes some surprising results, including a key difference between American and European companies.
Pop quiz: Name a company that competes in the enterprise social software market with the likes of Jive and Yammer but is far bigger than either of those two solutions, with over 100 million people using it worldwide, including millions with the United Nations, more millions at the U.S. Department of Education, and hundreds of thousands at Texaco.
Guest Post That didn’t take long. It’s less than 24 hours after the news broke, and critics have already come out of the woodwork to denounce Microsoft’s $1.2 billion acquisition of enterprise social networking platform Yammer.
Waltham, MA based Brainshark announced today that the company has updated their signature Slideshark service for iPad, providing even more tools for enterprise use of iPads.
Four-year-old link shortening service Bitly is reportedly working on raising a $20 million funding round and launching a few new products. The startup has apparently also moved out of incubator Betaworks and into its own space, reports The Verge.
A startup called Apperian just raised $12.4 million to help businesses build their own apps and access them on tablets and smartphones.