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Demandbase now offers B2B ad-targeting based on the software companies use

Kaspersky launches all-in-one security tool for SMBs

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Petr Merkulov explains Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business. Companies have to manage security across a wide range of issues and threats. Operating systems and applications have to be patched and updated. Active monitoring needs to be in place to identify and block malware threats. Data needs to be protected...
Kaspersky launches all-in-one security tool for SMBs
Leap Second bug takes down Reddit and a bunch of other sites

6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

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Guest author Anthony Smith is CEO of Insightly. You may have read a lot of articles last year about why the so-called "freemium" model doesn't work for most consumer-oriented companies. And it's true; offering a base-level product for free to gain visibility and marketshare and then converting a subset of...
6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

FORMER HEADHUNTER: How LinkedIn Killed The Recruiting Industry

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The headhunting business was born because companies realized how much is at stake when they choose the wrong talent.  But the internet has changed the headhunting game: research, networking and referrals can now be accomplished through sites like LinkedIn and Monster, which means professional recruiters find themselves in struggling careers.  "A...
FORMER HEADHUNTER: How LinkedIn Killed The Recruiting Industry

Facebooks for Doctors, Lawyers and Robots

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Connecting people and things, whether by job function, personal interest, or a particular kind of computer equipment, is an immense growth business. Companies are finding all kinds of ways to extract value by building conversations. So specialized social networks are being created in order to make businesses work together better....
Facebooks for Doctors, Lawyers and Robots
Lauren McCarthy Let The Crowd Control Her Date, And Soon You Can Too

Truphone creates a shared data plan that will cross international borders

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Truphone has always had a soft spot for the international business traveler. When it became a virtual mobile carrier in 2010, its core service was a plan that charged you local rates for voice, SMS and data on either side of the Atlantic – a boon to any globetrotter accustomed...
Truphone creates a shared data plan that will cross international borders
GoodData Raises $25 Million to Fix Business Intelligence

Office 365 migration service SkyKick raises $1.1 million

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SkyKick, a Seattle startup designed to help businesses easily move to Office 365, confirmed with GeekWire that it has raised $1.1 million. The company will continue investing in research and development, build out its cloud technology platform and serve its small business customer base. SkyKick is formerly known as CloudVisors, which launched...
Office 365 migration service SkyKick raises $1.1 million

Roughly, Here's How Much Yahoo Wants For Its Ad Business (YHOO)

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Yahoo is actively look for somebody to buy its ad tech business. Companies rumored to be interested include IBM and Accenture. How much does Yahoo want? No one from Yahoo has told us, but gossipers in M&A circles say $500 million is too low, and that the Yahoo board doesn't...
Roughly, Here's How Much Yahoo Wants For Its Ad Business (YHOO)

How Gramfeed went from a 2 hour project to a beast visited by 2 million people

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We write about a lot of cool projects here at The Next Web and not all of them are meant to be turned into a full-time gig or profitable business. Companies like Twitter and Foursquare make APIs for its products publicly available to developers to tinker away on, helping to...
How Gramfeed went from a 2 hour project to a beast visited by 2 million people

Evernote Expands to Small Businesses, Partners Up With Moleskine

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Evernote, the productivity app that helps you digitally organize notes, to-do lists and more, announced that it will launch a new service aimed at small- and medium-sized businesses in December. Introduced by Evernote CEO Phil Libin at the Evernote Trunk Conference in San Francisco, Evernote Business expands on the company’s...
Evernote Expands to Small Businesses, Partners Up With Moleskine

Tech companies: gay marriage ban is bad for business

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Companies like Apple, Facebook, eBay and Intel will add their support in the legal fight against same-sex marriage bans, Fortune reports. [Read more]...
Tech companies: gay marriage ban is bad for business
Influitive puts the sexy back in B2B marketing with over $11M this year

Top 10 Windows 8 Features #3: Shared Media

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If Windows 8 succeeds, it will be because its users come to embrace three of its exclusive elements as critical to the way they work and the things they do. Here we address the first of those elements:   Windows 8's approach to sharing media. Unlike almost any other mass-produced...
Top 10 Windows 8 Features #3: Shared Media
Google Cares Less About SAT Scores And GPA Because They Have Better Hiring Data
Survey: Most companies still not capitalizing on social media

How Big Data Is Changing the Whole Equation for Business

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Companies of all kinds are using huge amounts of information to improve their products, cut costs and keep customers coming back....
How Big Data Is Changing the Whole Equation for Business

Selecting the Right Enterprise Search System for Your Business

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Companies looking into enterprise solutions will likely be overwhelmed by the variety of options available and may not know the first place to start when considering which product is the right fit for their needs. Susanne Koch’s recent presentation “The Landscape of Enterprise Search” on Pandia.com highlights some of the...
Selecting the Right Enterprise Search System for Your Business
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