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  • Jobvite Lands Another $25M For Its Recruitment-As-Marketing Analytics Platform

    Jobvite Lands Another $25M For Its Recruitment-As-Marketing Analytics Platform

    Jobvite — a recruitment platform visited by more than 35 million people in the last year, which lets companies post job openings and then disseminate and monitor how those job vacancy alerts perform across other sites and recruitment services — is today announcing that it has raised another $25 million. This is a growth round of funding that CEO Dan Finnigan says will be… Read More

  • Docker Acquires Koality In Engineering Talent Grab

    Docker Acquires Koality In Engineering Talent Grab

    Docker decided to use some of the $40M from its most recent funding round at the end of last month to purchase Koality today for an undisclosed price. Koality launched in 2012 to help developers test software in a more efficient way by letting them set up multiple instances of a build very quickly, so they wouldn’t be working in the production environment. In fact, they… Read More

  • HP Pops 4.7%, Picks Up More Than $3B In Market Cap On Breakup News

    HP Pops 4.7%, Picks Up More Than $3B In Market Cap On Breakup News

    Unlock that value. Following news and confirmation that HP will separate itself into two separate, public entities, investors sent its shares soaring more than 5 percent, to $36.87, at the end of regular trading. That’s a market cap gain of around $3 billion. Investors are enthused that the company is working to unlock whatever value may have been hidden inside of the conglomerated firm. Read More

  • HP Feeling The Sting Of Change

    HP Feeling The Sting Of Change

    Disruption is an overused word, these days, but even if you’re sick to death of hearing it, you can’t deny that change has swept over HP, a long-time enterprise stalwart, and it’s feeling the effects in a big way. By now you’ve heard that HP plans to spin its PC and printer division off into a separate company, while moving their corporate servers and services… Read More

  • Zoomdata Scores $17M To Help Update the Business Intelligence Market

    Zoomdata Scores $17M To Help Update the Business Intelligence Market

    Business Intelligence is a highly mature market that’s been altered once before, but new-comer Zoomdata wants to disrupt the space one more time –and they got $17M in Series B funding today to continue their quest. The round is led by by Accel Partners with help from NEA, Columbus Nova Technology Partners, Razor’s Edge Ventures and B7. It follows their Series A round of… Read More

  • HP To Become Two Companies As Consumer PC And Printer Business Splits From Corporate Services

    HP To Become Two Companies As Consumer PC And Printer Business Splits From Corporate Services

    HP will indeed split itself into two companies, with its corporate hardware and services division becoming Hewlett-Packard Enterprise under CEO Meg Whitman, and HP Inc. becoming the PC and printing brand, with new initiatives like 3D printing spinning up, under Dion Weisler (Whitman remains as Chairman of the board for the consumer company, too). The company’s decision to split is part… Read More

  • Alteryx Lands $60M To Boost Data Analytics App-Building Platform

    Alteryx Lands $60M To Boost Data Analytics App-Building Platform

    Alteryx, a company that has been providing a way to build analytical apps from a variety data sources via a workflow interface, got a big boost in funding today, announcing a $60M Series B round. The round was led by Insight Venture Partners with participation from existing investors SAP Ventures and Toba Capital. Their most recent round prior to this was $12M Series in May, 2013. The… Read More

  • A Few Thoughts On Windows 10

    A Few Thoughts On Windows 10

    1, 2, 3, 95, 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, [airgap], 10! Microsoft’s Windows 10 must patch the consumer-facing flaws present in Windows 8.x, and also bring enterprise customers into the modern era of computing. Couple that to the larger Windows trend of platform unification that Windows 10 will be the apparent culmination of, and you have what must be one of the most… Read More

  • Microsoft Launches New Office 365 Subscription Plans For Small And Midsize Businesses

    Microsoft Launches New Office 365 Subscription Plans For Small And Midsize Businesses

    Microsoft is rolling out new Office 365 plans for companies with fewer than 250 employees that will slowly replace the company’s existing plans for small and midsize businesses. The company had already outlined some of these changes earlier this year, so this week’s announcement doesn’t come as a huge surprise. Here is what these new plans look like: Office 365… Read More

  • Windows 10, Dubstep Edition

    Windows 10, Dubstep Edition

    Now that the market has had time to begin digesting the new bits that Windows 10 will unveil in the middle of next year, it’s important to place the operating system into proper historical context. It is Friday, so crank up your speakers and let’s get crazy: Jokes aside, there is a minor irony that much of what Windows 10 will contain is something of a forward-leaning look… Read More

  • Nobody Can Win The Cloud Pricing Wars

    Nobody Can Win The Cloud Pricing Wars

    Earlier this week, Google lowered prices 10 percent across the board on their Google Compute Engine cloud platform . The cost is getting so low, it’s almost trivial for anyone to absorb the costs of running infrastructure in the cloud, but you have to wonder as the cloud pricing wars continue, how low can they go and if it’s a war anyone can win. The end game is obviously zero… Read More

  • 15Five Picks Up Another $2.2M To Improve How Work Teams Talk To Each Other

    15Five Picks Up Another $2.2M To Improve How Work Teams Talk To Each Other

    15Five, a startup that has built a platform to encourage employees and managers to give feedback to each other, is today announcing a new round of funding: it has raised $2.2 million in a “Seed 2″ round. As with its first round in January 2013, 15Five has again attracted the attention of a host of interesting investors: Point Nine Capital and Matrix Partners, leadership guru… Read More

  • Big Data Analytics Go Large: GoodData Gets $25.7M Led By Intel, Eyes Up 2016 IPO

    Big Data Analytics Go Large: GoodData Gets $25.7M Led By Intel, Eyes Up 2016 IPO

    GoodData, a cloud-based big data analytics firm, is rising higher into the clouds itself. Today it is announcing a $25.7 million round of funding led by Intel Capital, with participation also from existing investors Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, Tenaya Capital, TOTVS, Next World Capital, Windcrest, and Pharus Capital. This is a Series E round for the company, which has raised… Read More

  • Microsoft Woos Enterprise With Start Button In Windows 10

    Microsoft Woos Enterprise With Start Button In Windows 10

    Microsoft announced Windows 10 the other day. Putting aside the fact they skipped version 9, and all of the jokes that could evoke, the announcement appeared to be one long apology to the enterprise. We’re sorry we dissed you in version 8 and we want to beg you to take us back. And we brought your favorite Start button. Remember, the one you’ve lived with and loved since 1995? Read More

  • The Windows 10 Technical Preview Expires In 196 Days

    The Windows 10 Technical Preview Expires In 196 Days

    Downloading the Windows 10 technical preview? You won’t be able to use it past two weeks after April Fool’s day next year. That’s jolly, because the consumer-facing preview that will follow the current build will be out long before then. But it’s worth keeping in mind: Microsoft is working towards a mid-year release of Windows 10, so the April date is in within that… Read More

  • Next-Generation Email Platform Inbox Rolls Out Open Source Apps, Details Its Hosted API Pricing

    Next-Generation Email Platform Inbox Rolls Out Open Source Apps, Details Its Hosted API Pricing

    Inbox, the email startup founded by Dropbox and MIT alums offering modern APIs that allow developers to build new applications on top of email’s aging underpinnings, is today taking steps to make it even easier for developers to get started with the launch of open source email apps. The company is also announcing the pricing for its hosted version of the Inbox API for the first time… Read More

  • To-Do App Wunderlist Links Up With Dropbox, Its First Integration

    To-Do App Wunderlist Links Up With Dropbox, Its First Integration

    Wunderlist, the task management app with 9 million+ users, is adding a new feature to its web and mobile service: from today you will be able to link and access Dropbox documents through the app. Dropbox will be live first on Wunderlist’s web app and Android app, with the feature coming up in the iOS coming any day now. This is Wunderlist’s first full integration with a… Read More

  • Commercial Drones Are Coming, And Sooner Than You Think

    Commercial Drones Are Coming, And Sooner Than You Think

    When Jeff Bezos talked about delivering your Amazon packages by drone last year on 60 minutes, it seemed like a grand publicity stunt designed to get his company some attention, but the fact is we are not that far away from seeing widespread use of commercial drones –including package delivery and much more. Over the coming decade, drones will very likely become commonplace. Today, when… Read More

  • StackEngine Emerges From Stealth, Adds Operational Layer To Docker

    StackEngine Emerges From Stealth, Adds Operational Layer To Docker

    StackEngine, a startup out of Austin, TX, emerged from stealth today with $1M in seed funding and a product that gives operations and IT staff a way to manage Docker containers, providing the operations side of the house some control over Docker instances. Docker’s rapidly growing popularity didn’t escape the attention of company founders Bob Quillin and Eric Anderson, both of… Read More

  • BlackBerry Is Gonna Get Weird With Smartphone Design At Least Once A Year

    BlackBerry Is Gonna Get Weird With Smartphone Design At Least Once A Year

    BlackBerry could be about to become the most interesting company in the smartphone business: The Canadian telecommunications firm will deliver a minimum of one “unconventional device” per year, according to a new report from Reuters, following the launch of the square-screened Passport last week. The Passport is definitely an outlier gadget, with its wide-bodied construction… Read More

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