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Huddle Co-Founder Alastair Mitchell Steps Down As CEO, Morten Brogger Steps In

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cloud On the heels of a $51 million round of funding, cloud collaboration company Huddle today announced a changing of the guard to lead the company to its next stage. Co-founder Alastair Mitchell is stepping down from his role as CEO and assuming a new position as president and CMO.

Huddle Co-Founder Alastair Mitchell Steps Down As CEO, Morten Brogger Steps In

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cloud On the heels of a $51 million round of funding, cloud collaboration company Huddle today announced a changing of the guard to lead the company to its next stage. Co-founder Alastair Mitchell is stepping down from his role as CEO and assuming a new position as president and CMO.

Investors Thow Datadog A $31M Bone

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Dog holding two one hundred dollar bills in its mouth like a bone. Datadog, a cloud service that helps customers monitor infrastructure and software, whether all in the cloud or a hybrid on-premises-cloud environment, announced $31M in Series C funding today.

Amazon WorkMail Takes On Microsoft And Google For Enterprise Email And Calendars

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aws_logo Amazon has a new product called WorkMail debuting today (via Forbes), which is an email and calendaring service that aims to provide those tools for corporate customers. The tech is based on Amazon Web Services, and aims to best the reigning champs (which include Microsoft, and to a lesser extent, Google) in terms of ease of use and security.

Here’s What You Need To Know From Microsoft’s $26B Quarter

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microsoft-data Microsoft reported its fiscal second-quarter financial performance today, laid out its forecasts for its future performance and took questions from a number of analyst. It was a flurry of data, so let’s take a moment and dig through the big points that matter.

Sources Say IBM Planning On Laying Off 12,000 Over Next Year

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IBM Logo Rumors have been swirling — and IBM’s stock has been rising — on reports that the company is planning a huge round of layoffs of up to 26% of its workforce, or 118,000 people. TechCrunch has been digging and has found out from two separate sources that there will in fact be job cuts, but not anywhere close to this magnitude.

Google Looks To Expand Wallet Use, WePay Integrates Instant Buy API

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Google-Wallet Google is reportedly eyeing up an acquisition of Softcard to expand Google Wallet services to more points of sale with retailers, but it also wants to grow its position in the wider world of mobile-based transactions to compete with the likes of PayPal by way of its Instant Buy API.

A16Z Leads $58M Round In UK’s TransferWise To Ramp Up Its P2P Transfer Business

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TransferWise TransferWise, the fast-growing UK-based P2P money transfer startup that has reportedly been in talks with Facebook for remittance services, has raised now raised a large round of funding led by one of the social network’s earliest backers.

Here’s How To Turn On Windows 10’s New, Hidden Calendar And Clock

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windows 10 I presume by now that if you are a Windows kid, you are using the newest build of the Windows 10 operating system, the recently released 9926 edition. If you are, go ahead and select the clock in the lower right corner of your screen. It looks slightly mundane, does it not? I thought so. What if it could look like this (Image via Brad Sams): It’s not hard to turn on.

Social Customer Service Firm Sparkcentral Locks Up A $12M Series B

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Screen Shot 2015-01-25 at 11.36.17 AM Sparkcentral, a company that provides tools to help businesses conduct customer support over social channels, has raised a $12 million Series B round of funding, led by Split Rock Partners. The company previously raised a total of $5.6 million, including a $4.5 million Series A round of capital in October of 2013, or around 15 months ago.

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