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  • Box CEO Aaron Levie Talks IPO Delay And Growth Strategies

    Box CEO Aaron Levie Talks IPO Delay And Growth Strategies

    Regardless, Levie didn’t have much time to savor the moment. He told TechCrunch in a wide-ranging interview last month that Box has no intention of standing still and he discussed his plans to keep the company growing, while trying to find ways to get more efficient. He also talked about the long road to IPO and what was behind Box’s thinking in delaying it for so long. One of the… Read More

  • FinancialForce Hauls In $110M Investment

    FinancialForce Hauls In $110M Investment

    FinancialForce, the cloud ERP system (enterprise resource planning) built on top of the Salesforce1 platform, announced a new round of funding tonight, landing $110M in additional investment. This round follows a $50M round just last April. Today’s investment is led by Technology Crossover Ventures with additional money coming from Salesforce Ventures. It brings the total investment… Read More

  • LogMeIn’s Rescue Lens Lets Customer Support Reps See The Problem Through Your Smartphone’s Camera

    LogMeIn’s Rescue Lens Lets Customer Support Reps See The Problem Through Your Smartphone’s Camera

    LogMeIn, the makers of a variety of remote access solutions for business and personal use, is today launching a new service that will allow any company to provide video-assisted customer support, using only the camera on a customer’s iOS or Android mobile device. The idea is that a customer support representative would be able to tap into a live feed in order to remotely help with… Read More

  • Kabbage’s SMB Loan Platform Moves Into Asia Pacific As A White-Label Service

    Kabbage’s SMB Loan Platform Moves Into Asia Pacific As A White-Label Service

    Kabbage has taken root in the U.S. and UK markets as a platform where small businesses can quickly apply for and receive working capital loans — with Kabbage making fast decisions about eligibility through a mix of smart algorithms and online and offline data sources. Now the startup is growing its business on two fronts. It’s kicking off a new white-label offering where… Read More

  • Slack’s In Talks With Coatue, Others For Another Round At A $2.5B Valuation

    Slack’s In Talks With Coatue, Others For Another Round At A $2.5B Valuation

    Slack, the communication platform that has taken the workplace world by storm, is on a roll of another sort. After announcing a fundraise of $120 million at a $1 billion-plus valuation less than six months ago, TechCrunch has heard that the company is talking to investors for yet another round, this time at a valuation of around $2.5-2.6 billion. Investors that we have heard involved in… Read More

  • Microsoft Signs 11 Agreements With OEMs To Bring Office To More Android Handsets And Tablets

    Microsoft Signs 11 Agreements With OEMs To Bring Office To More Android Handsets And Tablets

    Microsoft has broadened a previously announced agreement with Samsung to preinstall its software on the latter firm’s hardware it announced today, and landed nearly a dozen separate, similar arrangements with other OEMs including Dell. As a company, Microsoft is pursuing an increasingly cross-platform software strategy, one in which it is content to ensure that its applications are… Read More

  • Four Patents That Changed Enterprise Storage

    Four Patents That Changed Enterprise Storage

    Sports fans get very excited about Final Fours — whether it’s the new four-team playoff in college football, the semi-finals competitors at Wimbledon or, most famously, the remaining competitors in NCAA basketball’s March Madness. As we are in the midst of this year’s tournament, I started pondering a Fab Four, if not the Final Four, of the world’s impactful… Read More

  • Accusoft Acquires Document Sharing Platform edocr In All Cash Deal

    Accusoft Acquires Document Sharing Platform edocr In All Cash Deal

    It would be remiss of us not to mark the final exit of possibly one of the oldest startups (of recent years) out of the UK. Edocr was launched way back in 2007, going up against Scribd and Docstoc, in the document sharing, publishing and lead capture space. But while those guys scaled with VC funding, the boot-strapped edocr ploughed its own path with a subscription model. Hence the rather… Read More

  • Google Makes Docs Add-Ons More Enterprise-Friendly

    Google Makes Docs Add-Ons More Enterprise-Friendly

    Google is making it easier for Google Docs add-on developers to get their services into enterprise organizations and for IT admins to manage them. About a year ago, Google launched an add-ons program for its Docs and Sheets productivity apps Support for Forms followed last October, though there still aren’t any add-ons for Slide, Google’s presentation app. For the most part… Read More

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