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BladeLogic founder joins VC firm, Greylock Partners
Greylock Partners, seeking more operational experience in the enterprise sector, named Dev Ittycheria, an operations guy who made his name in enterprise software, as its newest partner. VCs and startups alike have been ... to follow in the near future ...
Technology Focus: 5 Things To Note Before Earnings Flood Starts
Besides Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), top names to look for include Citrix Systems (Nasdaq: CTXS), Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC) and BMC Software (Nasdaq: BMC). While looking at software, also be mindful of gross margins, ...
True or false: Citrix is more compatible with AWS
Cloudscaling, the company I cofounded, is a longstanding member of the OpenStack community, and the company's Open Cloud OS is based on OpenStack software. I'm also in a better position to understand the reality here. Working with KT in 2010 and ...
Help/Systems Widens the Robot's Reach
... which shipped last month with Robot/NETWORK version 11. The company also unveiled a new release of its cross-platform job scheduler, Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise, that can control batch jobs running on Microsoft SQL Server.
Infant difficult behaviors in the context of perinatal biomedical conditions ...
Basic and advanced statistics procedures of the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) for Windows version 15.0 software package were used to conduct data analysis. The first analyses included descriptive statistics and primarily frequencies ...
Just-Eat Just Raised Another $64M From Vitruvian, Index, Greylock For Online ...
The investment comes only a year after the company raised a venture round of $48 million, and a Series A of $17.4 million in 2009, and brings the total funding in the company up to a whopping $129.4 million in the last three years. Just-Eat will be ...
IBM and HP Take Different Tacks to the New Cloud
Tech giants IBM and HP recently made major cloud announcements, but the differences between the two are striking. CIO.com columnist Rob Enderle explains how HP's move was tactical and meshes with the recent leadership change, while IBM is playing ...