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Lightspeed Venture Partners backs Theta Lake’s video conferencing security tech with $12.7 million

Lightspeed Venture Partners backs Theta Lake’s video conferencing security tech with .7 million Theta Lake, a provider of compliance and security tools for conferencing software like Cisco Webex, Microsoft Teams, RingCentral, Zoom and others, said it has raised $12.7 million in a new round of funding. Lightspeed Venture Partners led the round […]

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How 3 remote-friendly tech companies plan to return to the office

How 3 remote-friendly tech companies plan to return to the office Six months ago, millions of workers left their offices for the last time without realizing it. Many would be laid off because of the pandemic, but for those fortunate to keep their jobs, some of their employers still haven’t determined whether […]

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Box CEO Aaron Levie says thrifty founders have more control

Box CEO Aaron Levie says thrifty founders have more control Once upon a time, Box’s Aaron Levie was just a guy with an idea for a company: 15 years ago as a USC student, he conceived of a way to simply store and share files online. It may be hard to recall, […]

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Smart TV hub Solaborate secures $10M Series A and a go-to-market partnership

Smart TV hub Solaborate secures M Series A and a go-to-market partnership When siblings Labinot and Mimoza Bytyqi fled the war in Kosovo in 1999, arriving as refugees on the West Coast of the US, they would have had no idea they’d go on to launch a technology company together. But as […]

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Nigeria’s Paga acquires Apposit, confirms Mexico and Ethiopia expansion

Nigeria’s Paga acquires Apposit, confirms Mexico and Ethiopia expansion Nigerian digital payments startup Paga has acquired Apposit, a software development company based in Ethiopia, for an undisclosed amount. That’s just part of Paga’s news. The Lagos based startup will also launch its payment products in Mexico this year and in Ethiopia imminently, CEO […]

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Cisco acquires ultra-low latency networking specialist Exablaze

Cisco acquires ultra-low latency networking specialist Exablaze Cisco today announced that it has acquired Exablaze, an Australia-based company that designs and builds advanced networking gear based on field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). The company focuses on solutions for businesses that need ultra-low latency networking, with a special emphasis on high-frequency trading. Cisco […]

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Cisco hit by an internal network outage

Cisco hit by an internal network outage Not a great start to the day for Cisco employees, many of which are struggling in the face of an internal IT outage. The technology and networking giant confirmed in a tweet it was “aware of some disruption” to its IT systems and is “working […]

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United Airlines CISO Emily Heath joins Sessions: Enterprise this September

United Airlines CISO Emily Heath joins Sessions: Enterprise this September In an era of massive data breaches, most recently the Capital One fiasco, the risk of a cyberattack and the costly consequences are the top existential threat to corporations big and small. At TechCrunch’s first-ever enterprise-focused event (p.s. early bird sales end […]

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A look back at the Israeli cyber security industry in

A look back at the Israeli cyber security industry in Yoav Leitersdorf Contributor Yoav Leitersdorf is a partner at YL Ventures. More posts by this contributor A look back at the Israeli cyber security industry in Trends in Israel’s cybersecurity investments Ofer Schreiber Contributor Ofer Schreiber is a partner at YL Ventures. […]

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Playing the global game, Sequoia can cut checks for up to $1 billion

Playing the global game, Sequoia can cut checks for up to billion As the shadow of SoftBank (and its $100 billion fund) looms large over the investment landscape, Sequoia Capital is pushing the upper limits of the checks it’s willing to write to global growth-stage companies up to $1 billion. With a […]

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