A new era for enterprise IT

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Aaron Levie From IT stacks to cloud ecosystems We’ve reached a new era of enterprise software and companies are coming around to this model in droves. What seemed unfathomable merely a decade ago is now becoming commonplace as Fortune 500 companies … Continued

Okta unveils $50M in-house venture capital fund

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Identity management software provider Okta, which went public two years ago in what was one of the first pure-cloud subscription-based company IPOs, wants to fund the next generation of identity, security and privacy startups. At its big customer conference Oktane, … Continued

The most important developments in Crypto 2.0

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Something strange is happening in the world of cryptocurrencies. To the investor, the speculator, or the casual observer, the industry is in the midst of the “crypto winter” marked by dwindling public interest and stagnant prices after last year’s massive … Continued

Social investment platform eToro acquires smart contract startup Firmo

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Firmo’s platform enables exchanges to execute smart financial contracts across various assets, including crypto derivatives, and across all major blockchains. Firmo founder and CEO Dr. Omri Ross described the company’s mission as “…enabl[ing] our users to trade any asset globally … Continued

Hacker who stole 620 million records strikes again, stealing 127 million more

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A hacker who stole close to 620 million user records from 16 websites has stolen another 127 million records from eight more websites, TechCrunch has learned. The hacker, whose listing was the previously disclosed data for about $20,000 in bitcoin … Continued

Starting with data centers, Carbon Relay is slashing energy costs and emissions using AI

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Taiwanese technology giant Foxconn International is backing Carbon Relay, a Boston-based startup emerging from stealth today that’s harnessing the algorithms used by companies like Facebook and Google for artificial intelligence to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the technology industry’s own … Continued

Feds like cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech and so should antitrust agencies

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Thibault Schrepel study that relates the positive effects of cryptocurrencies for privacy protection. Even with the precipitous decline in value of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other currencies, the Federal Reserve author emphasized the new competitive offering these currencies created exactly because of … Continued