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Data Governance Provider Collibra Nets $50M in New VC

New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.

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Security Provider Arxan Buys Apperian for Mobile Expertise

Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.

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eWEEKchat July 12: The Rise of the Enterprise Chief Data Officer

CDOs are pioneering a new organizational function—one to go alongside IT, business operations, HR and finance. Let's chat about this trend on July 12.

Tom Siebel is Getting His Systems Running Again, This Time in IoT

NEWS ANALYSIS: How small but fast-rising C3 IoT has paved its own way in the nascent industrial internet of things market.
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LinkedIn Open Sources a Pair of Incident-Escalation Tools

Social network said it has seen huge internal adoption of these tools, even from non-technical teams, such as sales.
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A Look at How Tech IPO Class of 2014 Is Performing Now SLIDESHOW

In 2014 there were an astounding 273 initial public offerings, including 55 technology companies – a 22 percent increase over 2013. This slide show looks at how some of those former startups are performing today.
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Owl Labs Uses 360° Camera, AI in Video Conferencing Device

Meeting Owl provides inclusive experience for remote workers with simultaneous intelligent focus on active speakers and a panoramic view of the room.

Cirba Rebrands to Densify, Releases Hybrid Virtual Infrastructure Service

Canadian company releases new analytics service, which optimizes public-cloud and on-premises virtual infrastructure, and updates its entire corporate image at the same time.

Startup appOrbit Emerges from Stealth, Repurposes Legacy Apps

appOrbit enables enterprises to create new applications and migrate legacy apps to any cloud, container or microservice--without code changes.

Does Cisco Now Have a Network That Can Read Admins' Minds?

Cisco’s all-new network ostensibly can recognize intent, mitigate threats through encryption and learn over time, enabling admins to handle millions of connections.

Turing Award winner Charles P. Thacker, Designer of the PC, Dies at 74

Mr. Thacker was the lead designer of the Xerox Alto that eventually led to what became the Apple Macintosh. He also was a co-inventor of Ethernet and the tablet PC.

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