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It's been over two years since Box CEO Aaron Levie declared here at TechCrunch that enterprise is sexy again. Since then there have been a few strong enterprise IPOs, like Jive Software, Palo Alto Net
Nine enterprise-focused companies -- including two focusing on cloud infrastructure -- pitched investors at Alchemist Accelerator's demo day. Alchemist
The Alchemist Accelerator, which offers a $28,000 investment, six months of training and introductions to potential customers and mentors, graduates its first class.
Here at the Citrix corporate headquarters for the presentations by the second class of the Alchemist Accelerator group. It's quite an eclectic class for the B2B accelerator.
Alchemist only selects startups that are focused on selling to businesses, rather than consumers
Companies selling to consumers can become household names, but those with products for business don’t always get that level of recognition. We’ve picked out the stars of the enterprise space this year
Alchemist Accelerator--one of the few Silicon Valley accelerators focused solely on startups that sell to businesses--started out as an experiment, but now it celebrates its first birthday with an inv
Doctors and nurses making house calls are mostly a thing of the past but technology is bringing them back–virtually. Sense.ly has invented Theresa, an avatar
A startup called Frontleaf has raised early funding in a quest to help software companies keep their users hanging around.
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CIOs can be forgiven for thinking that all the cool apps are being built for consumers these days, but it turns out to be untrue. I, too, was skeptical when I was invited to an event last week hosted
Software testing and deployment company Drone.io is looking to Docker to help developers ship code more easily. And that’s a good move, judging by investors’ recent interest in the company.
After covering enterprise technology for 27 years, I’m not easily piqued by new stuff. But having written enough about issues such as e-discovery and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) application
AppSlingr gives graphics rendering company Otoy the ability to make more applications stream down from clouds to software users’ ordinary devices.
When Edwin Fu worked at Salesforce, he learned what he calls a “dirty little secret” while interacting with companies like Microsoft Advertising, Facebook and Zynga. Fu found out that nearly all digit
Announcements from SAP, GoodData, Splunk and Tableau Software show how fast things are moving in the business of analyzing large amounts of data for companies.
By Ben Lorica Here are a few more observations based on conversations I had during the just concluded Strata Santa Clara conference. Interface languages: Python, R, SQL (and Scala) This is a great tim
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