Monthly Archives November 2011
Thismoment, the San Francisco-based digital marketing platform provider, said it has raised $7.3 million in its first institutional venture round from Sierra Ventures. Continue Reading »
Web hosting provider PowerDNN announced on Friday that it has released its PowerGrid Global Cloud solution for DotNetNuke. The announcement was timed with the DotNetNuke World conference, held in Orlando, that started on Wednesday and wraps up on Friday. PowerDNN is a platinum sponsor of the event, according to the press release. Continue Reading »
It has been nearly a month since Research In Motion’s huge Blackberry service outage ended, and the company hasn’t yet revealed why the failure cascaded so widely. While company executives blamed the failure of a core switch and backup systems at a data center in Europe for the initial outage, they’ve so far been unable to explain why it caused a a backlog of network data to bring services down around the world. RIM has formed a “SWAT team” with Chief Technology Officer David Yach to uncover why the outage spread so far and lasted so long, Bloomberg reports. Continue Reading »
DynamicOps, the provider of the Operations Virtualization™ platform that enables unified cloud automation and management, today announced the DynamicOps Partner Program. The company is signing on leading solution providers and consulting partners who want to capitalize on the growing interest in private cloud and the award-winning DynamicOps Cloud Automation Center. These partners include Ahead, Gotham Technology Group, PAR 4 Technology Group, and Strickland Consulting in North America, and Stoneburn and Union Solutions in Europe. Continue Reading »
Appcelerator and IDC surveyed 2,160 Appcelerator Titanium developers from November 2-3, 2011 on perceptions surrounding mobile OS trends and priorities. Findings reveal that Amazon’s new Kindle Fire edged Samsung Galaxy Tab as the leading Android Tablet in North America, on par with interest for the iPad prior to its launch in April 2010, and second only to the Galaxy Tab globally with developers. Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 also decisively moved ahead of RIM’s BlackBerry OS to become the clear number three mobile OS behind iOS and Android. Appcelerator and IDC also continued their research into how companies are making the move from the web to mobile. This quarter, the report dives deep into understanding the priorities companies are making with their mobile strategy and how mobile is fundamentally transforming customer relationships. Continue Reading »
DotNetNuke Corp. the global leader in helping organizations build highly functional professional websites in the Microsoft ecosystem, today announced the immediate availability of DotNetNuke version 6.1 which makes it fast and easy for organizations of all sizes to deliver tailored online experiences for thousands of unique mobile devices. For the first time, DNN 6.1 also provides a site group capability, which dramatically simplifies and speeds up the management of permissions and profiles across multiple desktop and mobile websites. Continue Reading »
Revionics, Inc., the leading provider of retail life cycle price optimization solutions, held its 2nd annual Customer Conference, Insight 2011, and celebrated record attendance with its customers from across North America. The conference was held October 25-26 in Tempe, Arizona. Staying with the conference’s theme “Climbing New Heights”, Revionics’ had a 50% increase in attendance from 2010, which included some of the nation’s leading retailers, analysts, Revionics’ partners and industry experts. The attendees participated in highly-interactive sessions, workshops, new user boot camps, product demonstrations and networking events. During the two days, Revionics shared its 2011 accomplishments and their product road maps and enhancements for 2012.