EMC Corp. is taking software developers to school, in an effort to help them write better programs for cloud computing. The company has dubbed its new training center site a “dojo,” a word often used to describe a martial arts training facility.More →
This morning it was announced that Rich Napolitano became the new chief executive of network solutions company Plexxi. In a blog post announcing the news, Napolitano added that company founder Dave Husak will lead the Cambridge-based network technology innovator’s product development team.More →
I have started to worry that instead of being in the press box for a Major League Baseball game, all of us who observe and cover the Boston tech scene are instead sitting in the aluminum bleachers of a Little League match that will end with a 24-19 score, and all of the players getting a trophy.More →
Zerto, an Israel-founded disaster recovery software firm with its US headquarters in Boston, today announced it’s raised $26 million in Series D funding to expand its business and make new hires, including in Boston.
Big changes are underway at Big Blue: IBM is hiring and firing large numbers of employees in a bid to transform its business for the cloud computing era. And Massachusetts, where IBM is a major employer and frequent buyer of startups, is seeing both sides of the rearrangement.More →