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This Woman Has The Midas Touch And Now She's Solving A Big Problem With Big Data

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ClearStory Data is a big data startup launched this week that has lot going for it: its founders, its VC backers, and its cool technology. ClearStory uses technology from Google to help companies make sense of the massive amount of data they already have stored in many different systems....
This Woman Has The Midas Touch And Now She's Solving A Big Problem With Big Data

Guess how many Seattle VCs have the Midas touch?

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No Seattle VCs made the Midas List. Photo: Mark Herpel Each year, Forbes ranks the top 100 venture capitalists. The “Midas List” — as the ranking is called — attempts to identify those investors who are building the most valuable technology and life science companies. It is easy to pick...
Guess how many Seattle VCs have the Midas touch?

Here's Your Next Hot Enterprise IPO: Palo Alto Networks Files To Raise $175 Million

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Security company Palo Alto Networks filed for a $175 million IPO today. The company sells an appliance known as a firewall, which big companies put on the edge of their networks to block or monitor certain kinds of traffic to prevent malware and viruses and keep confidential information from...
Here's Your Next Hot Enterprise IPO: Palo Alto Networks Files To Raise $175 Million

The 19 Best Enterprise Tech Venture Capitalists

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There's no question that between mobile, social, big data and cloud computing, there's a major transformation going on with enterprise tech, all thanks to startups. That means that many enterprise startups are raking in giant rounds of funding or getting ready to go public. But as any startup founder will...
The 19 Best Enterprise Tech Venture Capitalists

IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)

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IBM is one-upping Cisco with new PureSystems servers introduced today. Actually, to call these things servers isn't fair to them. They are integrated systems that include the server, storage, and networking in one box. Cisco introduced this game-changing concept, the Unified Computing System in 2009. It was laughed at...
IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)

A lesson from Richard Branson: Why geeks need to learn how to delegate

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Last week, I was invited to join 3,000 delegates to what turned out to be the largest entrepreneurship conference in the world. The Global Entrepreneurship Congress 2012 took place in Liverpool, UK (a few words about Liverpool in a moment) and its speakers and panels were selected in order to...
A lesson from Richard Branson: Why geeks need to learn how to delegate

"There's only so many times you can fake an orgasm" - 10 nuggets of startup wisdom from Yossi Vardi

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VentureVillage (one of VentureBeat’s syndication partners) met with Yossi Vardi – the grandfather of the Israeli tech scene and guest speaker at Campus Party on Thursday – while in Israel. Vardi has invested in over 80 high-tech companies and his Midas touch has seen many of his investments sell to global businesses...
"There's only so many times you can fake an orgasm" - 10 nuggets of startup wisdom from Yossi Vardi

Welcome to the real world, Google

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The cold reality of consumer marketing seems to be setting in for Google, as the closing days of the pre-registration period for its Google Fiber project in Kansas City has seen the search giant scrambling under its self-imposed deadline. Several of the fiberhoods (Google’s coined phrase for fiber neighborhoods) located...
Welcome to the real world, Google
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Microsoft To Introduce Multi-Touch And Pen Devices Based On Perceptive Pixel Technology

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Microsoft plans to offer devices based on Perceptive Pixel technology that uses both pen and touch to create what is equivalent to the human as the user interface. Microsoft General Manager Jeff Han, who sold Perceptive Pixel to Microsoft earlier this year, hinted at the news with a slide in...
Microsoft To Introduce Multi-Touch And Pen Devices Based On Perceptive Pixel Technology
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Dell's $600 Million Acquisition Of Wyse Is Another Boneheaded Move (DELL)

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Dell's acquisition of Wyse Technology may have been a boneheaded move. Dell bought Wyse to get a jump in the desktop-as-a-service market. This is where companies use their PC software over the cloud including the operating system. In a research note, Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu pointed out a...
Dell's $600 Million Acquisition Of Wyse Is Another Boneheaded Move (DELL)
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