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Enterprise Application Integration: Benefits for Your Business

Technology has made everything convenient and organized, be it communicating among teams, maintaining customer relationships or acquiring business intelligence. Organizations are relying hugely on a chain of software applications for managing and carrying out critical business operations effectively and providing their employees with the best of work experience. 353 more words

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TechCrunch: Twist is Slack without the annoying distractions

TechCrunch: Twist is Slack without the annoying distractions. “When Slack implemented threaded conversations, it seemed like the holy grail for internal communications. Slack finally lets you talk about multiple things in separate conversations. 70 more words

Around The Search & Social Media World

G2 Crowd, Glassdoor for software reviews, gets $30M from Accel, LinkedIn

In the age of social media, you’re only as good as your last like, and today a startup has raised a sizeable round of funding banking that the same maxim applies to software.  795 more words

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Tamr & GE

I’m truly thrilled by the work that we’ve been doing @ Tamr with GE. Summary of the latest and greatest @ Tamr blog here… 47 more words

Start-Ups

Evolution of Application Management

It is rare to look back upon technology trends over 10 years, especially in the enterprise management software space. If you were a Gartner or Forrester analyst, this would be part of your job, but for the general practitioner, understanding the larger macro trends in IT management help balance all the Twitter traffic on the next bright shiny thing, or the trend for the Cat in the Hat to keep coming back and messing up your architectural plans. 953 more words

Conjur acquired by Cyber-Ark

I am thrilled to congratulate the entire team @ Conjur on their successful acquisition by Cyber-Ark. Formal announcement of the deal is here. 233 more words

Start-Ups

YL Ventures closes $75 million fund to bring Israeli startups to the US

Early-stage investors YL Ventures have raised a $75 million fund, their third, to back Israeli software startups seeking to enter the U.S. market. The firm maintains offices in Tel Aviv and Mill Valley, Calif. 236 more words

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