Jonathan Heiliger and Michael Skok are both leaving the VC firm to pursue their own, separate, efforts.
According to North Bridge Venture Partners latest numbers, SaaS and PaaS adoption continue to grow while concern about data security and vendor lock-in continue to dog cloud uptake.
If you want world-class startups to stick around, you need to make sure public transit and entertainment venues run late, say two Boston-area entrepreneurs.
Digitizing and custom publishing product pricing lists, manuals, and documentation for different audiences is a huge — if unsexy– problem that Salsify is taking on.
Startups do not live by meetups alone. If the Boston-Cambridge area really wants to attract and keep more young tech companies, here are some things that need to happen.
A tough mission for The Experiment Fund: Help the next Facebook or Microsoft put down roots in Boston/Cambridge instead of out West.
Companies are less worried about security in cloud than they used to be but it remains an issue for nearly half the respondents of a new survey. Management complexity and fear of vendor lock-in are other big factors.
Amazon Web Services’ Andy Jassy knows a little something about staffing an internal startup; he shared lessons learned with entrepreneurs Wednesday morning.
How far are investors willing to go to invest? As long as they get wifi on their flights, the borders are extending further. “You have to go to where the entrepeneurs are, and where the thinking’s happening.”
The number of die hards who resist the notion of running business apps in the cloud is dwindling. More than a third of end users polled recently feel that the cloud is safe for mission-critical applications, according to the 2012 Future of Cloud Computing Survey