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McAfee said that combining TunnelBear’s secure network with an intuitive interface helps keep customers’ data secure on public Wi-Fi, and web browsing private from advertisers with the ability to block intrusive ads.
An app that combines online movie ticket booking with social features, Atom Tickets has raised more than $125 million to date.
“Tencent, pretty much all the operations are inside China, and for us we are pretty much everywhere except for China.”
No matter the size, when it comes to SEO, there are a few things that most SaaS companies seem to forget and that the really successful ones usually remember.
Degreed said it has raised $42 million in a venture financing round co-led by Owl Ventures and Jump Capital, with Founders Circle Capital and existing investors participating.
Poka’s mobile and web app is targeted to factories, allowing employees to capture and share critical information in real-time on the factory floor.
The Series A round for the three-year-old startup was led by Boldstart Ventures and Canaan Partners and included Heavybit, FundFire, Peter McKay, and others.
Out of four finalists, Acoustic Zoom took the top prize for building a platform that offers ultra high-frequency 3D drill hole seismic imaging. Targeted to the mineral exploration industry, Acoustic Zoom maps complex geological formations deep within the earth’s micro-structure.
In the first integration, Dropbox will be combined with Salesforce’s Commerce Cloud and Marketing Cloud. A retail client, for instance, could create a Dropbox folder for product images or creative briefs while still working in Salesforce Commerce Cloud. The second integration will see Dropbox integrate with Quip, the productivity software suite.
Carsome had raised just over $8 million previously, but recent news developments including SoftBank’s Vision Fund investment in Germany’s Auto1, and deals in China from Alibaba, Tencent and Didi Chuxing have helped put his industry on the map for investors.