AnyMeeting Updates Web Conferencing Software

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Huntington Beach-based AnyMeeting said this week that it has released an updated version of its web conferencing software, which is it calling Meeting 4.0. The company said the updated software includes a "completely refreshed" user interface, full WebRTC support, 720p HD video conferencing, new iOS and Android apps, and more. anymeeting conferencing software update

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Signal Sciences Adds Cloud Web Application Firewall

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Los Angeles-based security software developer Signal Sciences , which is venture backed by Lead Edge Capital, CRV, Index Ventures, Harrison Metal and OATV, said Tuesday morning that it has rolled out a new, cloud-based Web Application Firewall (WAF) product to lits lineup. According to Signal Sciences, the new offering requires no installation, offering up protection for critical web applications, APIs, and microservices no matter where they reside.

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Web Second, Mobile First

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The titles were: Mobile First, Web Second. Mobile First, Web Second (continued). People forgot that Fred also wrote “Web Second.” ” So I’ve had to encourage an entire cohort of startups that I’ve met not to ignore the power of the web.

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Selecting a Web Development Company

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I''ve written before about finding Web Development Firms in Los Angeles. I just got an email asking about exactly this: I''m with a new company that needs some software built, but doesn''t need (or have the resources for) a large staff of software developers.

Tim Berners-Lee Building Inrupt to Fix the Web—Will Users Come?

Xconomy

The World Wide Web is at a crossroads. For all the benefits it has brought society over the past three decades—faster and easier communication, instant knowledge access, a seemingly inexhaustible marketplace of goods and services—the Web has also morphed into an “engine of inequity and division,” according to its inventor , Tim Berners-Lee (pictured above).

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Signal Sciences Scores $35M For Securing Web Applications

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Culver City-based Signal Sciences , which develops web application security firewalls, is announcing this morning that it has raised $35M in a Series C funding round. Signal Sciences develops Web Applications Firewalls (WAF), which are used to protect web applications from hacking attacks. The company's tools integrate with the DevOps ecosystem, including such software as Slack, JIRA, PagerDuty, and DataDog.

Border Stylo Launches Web Content Sharing Software

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Los Angeles-based Border Stylo , a new startup headed by Oscar Guido, said today that it has launched a new software add-on called "Glass", focused on sharing of web content. According to the firm, Glass allows users to offer a real-time feed of their conversations on any web page, and is focused on content sharing between people. The company said the product allows users to share real-time chat, comments, links, and more on any web site.

Divshot Raises $1.1M For Visual Web App Software

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Need to build a web application, and wish you could do it in a more intuitive, visual way? in a seed financing round, for its drag-and-drop software for building web applications. The firm, headed by Michael Bleigh, currently offers up it web-based application builder under a free, open beta; the company said it plans to launch as a paid service later this year.

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Technical Advisors: Every Web/Mobile Startup Must Have One

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And it made me come to a new realization: Every early-stage web/mobile/online startup should have at least one technical advisor, probably two. I did a presentation recently for a graduate class from The Founder Institute around getting online/mobile products out the door.

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Ten of Southern California's Top Software Companies

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marketing, and not enough of the traditional, software-and-algorithm intensive startups you'd expect to see in Silicon Valley. The firm's software is now being. used in a very wide range of both web and mobile services, from Foursquare, to Yelp, to LivingSocial.

Zesty Reinvents Itself With New Cash for Automated Web Tech

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Zesty.io, a San Diego Web development firm, has raised $1.3 million in seed funding to spin out its consulting business, and focus instead on providing its core Web content management technology as a subscription-based software-as-a-service. Software Zesty.io

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Tealium Takes On Web Tags

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San Diego-based Tealium , a firm started by Websidestory/Visual Sciences/Omniture vets, said today that it has launched a product to help web marketers manage their digital marketing products. The firm said its Tealium iQ software allows marketers to easily add, remove, and modify web page tags which are used for data collection, measurement, behavioral target, and online optimization. Those tags are used for web analytics, affiliate marketing, retargeting, and more.

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Nimble Links Contact Records, Web Pages

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Nimble , the developer of web-based, contact management software, said Thursday that it has enhanced its software to allow users to link any web page to contact records in the product. Nimble--which is led by CRM software vet Jon Ferrara--said that the new enhancements lets users pull in external data, such as maps, invoices, news, and much more. The firm has been looking to bring contact management into the web-based, social age with its software.

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LA Web/Mobile Software Entrepreneurs

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Wednesday, April 27, 2011 -- Demo Night / Happy Hour. Come join us for happy hour drinks and tech nerdery. There are quite a few startups and apps coming out of LA that are gaining traction very quickly. Let's find out more about them!! See [link] (more

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ZENEDGE Launches Web Application Firewall

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Los Angeles-based ZENEDGE , a startup developing cloud-based web application firewall and cybersecurity products, said it has launched a product called ZENEDGE AI. According to ZENEDGE, its new product is a web application firewall, which uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to protect web application for vulnerabilities. ZENEDGE said the software is beta now, and will become generally available in Q2.

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Digital Domain: GoDigital Media Tracks Where Web Content Used

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GoDigital Media Group’s software allows artists, from YouTube content creators to prominent musicians and film studios, to track whenever their work is used and get paid for those uses

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Los Angeles Web Developer

SoCal CTO

Just the kind of person I like to meet. :) But I was a bit surprised when he emphasized how hard it had been for them to find a web developer in Los Angeles. My flippant comment was, “If you do a Google search for Los Angeles web developer, you’ll find a LOT of people and firms.” Web design typically refers to the process of interface design and graphic design. The result of web design are static pages as graphics or HTML.

IT Department and Web Teams | Who Does What Now?

Tech Zulu Event

IT Departments and Web Teams are not synonymous. Web Teams are necessary to running websites and applications. Security experts and other individuals might be helpful in creating and fixing network performance monitoring software.

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Rivaling Google, Web-Mining Diffbot Opens Its Knowledge Graph to All

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Diffbot , a tech startup that continuously scours the Web to assemble a “knowledge graph” of billions of facts in context, announced today that it’s opening up the searchable resource to the public—with starter rates as low as a cable TV bill.

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Hackathon Targets Orange County Web Developers

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In one of the newest "hackathons" to hit Southern California, a group of companies are looking to draw Orange County software developers to a new hackathon, geared around WebRTC, the open "Web Real Time Communications" framework aimed at helping developers create voice and video chat applications. hackathon anymeeting webrtc realtime software developer contest saas tokbox influxis

Tinder Hits The Web With Tinder Online

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Los Angeles-based mobile dating service Tinder has finally hit the web, with a new web version of its software, Tinder Online , the service said today. According to Tinder, it is initially rolling out its web-based version in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, and Sweden, with eventual plans to make it available elsewhere.

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The Coming Shift in Enterprise Software

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Put simply Chuck is amongst the smartest and most knowledgeable leaders in the CRM industry and in the components I consider the future of enterprise software — voice driving input/output, chat-based computing and mobile-first design. Chuck as a software visionary understood this.

Connect6 Aims To Bridge The Web, Real Life Contacts

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A new, Los Angeles-based Connect6 launched this week, with a new, Chrome browser extension which looks to bridge the web--and such sites as Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, and other services--with LinkedIn-like information on potential contacts. The company''s software discovers contacts online, and allows users to click on an icon to pull up important business details, like job title, employer, job skills, email address, phone number, and more.

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LogicMonitor Ties Into Amazon Web Services

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Santa Barbara-based LogicMonitor , which develops IT infrastructure monitoring software, said today that it has connected its tools to Amazon Web Services. The company said its platform now has the ability to monitor Amazon Web Services instances and services. The company said the new monitoring capabilities include monitoring of SQS, DynamoDB, S3, and monitoring Amazon billing data.

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Creating a Responsive Web Design for Business Development

Tech Zulu Event

One of the best ways for increase in business development is to create a more responsive web design. There are many aspects that go into a responsive web design that meets your client’s’ needs. Development Apps & Software Business Dev & Design Applications Web Apps Desig

NetDNA Connects CDN To Web Apps, Services

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Los Angeles-based content delivery network (CDN) provider NetDNA is making it easier for web application developers to use its CDN services, saying Monday that it has launched a new service to embed web acceleration capabilities into their web services and applications. The company said its new NetDNA Acceleration Platform gives web developers ability to control CDN provisioning--either as a way to resell CDN services, or to help boost their site performance.

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The End of the Web? Don’t Bet on It. Here’s Why

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In it he asserts that the web is dying and in its ashes will see the rise of the “App Internet.” The web is dying and will be replaced by “the App Internet.” Enter the World Wide Web (WWW). Web & Social Change the Landscape of the Web.

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Tapatalk Raises $5.8M For Web Forum Apps

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Tapatalk''s software is widely promoted in online community forums to help users better browse and read messages from various community forum software products on their mobile phone or tablet. mobile software capital venture community forum tapatalk Los Angeles-based Tapatalk announced Monday that it has raised $5.8M in a seed funding round, which came from Floodgate and Accel Partners.

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Cylance Expands Endpoint Protection Software To AWS Marketplace

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Irvine-based cybersecurity software developer Cylance says it has extended its artificial intelligence driven, endpoint protection software, CylancePROTECT, to the AWS Marketplace. AWS Marketplace is Amazon's marketplace for business software that runs on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing infrastructure. Cylance's software runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms.

AnyMeeting Debuts New Web Conferencing Product

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AnyMeeting , the developer of web and video conferencing software aimed at the small business market, said today that it has launched a new, web conferencing product called AnyMeeting Company Pro. According to the company, the new tool provides set price access to its services to companies with up to 50 employees, allowing companies to purchase a plan which covers all of their employees at a fixed price.

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SOA Software Becomes Akana

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Los Angeles-based SOA Software said this morning that it has renamed the company to Akana , as it has broadened its software base. According the company, which is led by Paul Gigg, the name change comes as the company has expanded beyond its roots in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services, and now addresses API management, cloud integration, DevOps, and other enterprise software areas. devops rename cloud enterprise software akana

Kareo Rolls Out Updated Software

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Irvine-based medical practice management software developer Kareo , led by Dan Rodrigues, said Tuesday that it has launched the next generation of its cloud-based software for outsourced billing. The company said its Kareo Medical Billing now supports both web and mobile applications, adds customized reports, includes secure messaging, and many other features. kareo medical office software billing cloud update

Curating The Web Using PublishThis, with Matt Kumin

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If you're a web publisher, or even a brand developing your own outreach to customers through a newsletter or microsite, how do you efficiently gather and curate all of the news and information out there? It's all about what is happening on the realtime web.

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Seismic Acquires Savo Group, Rival in Sales Enablement Software

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In the eight years since it was founded, Seismic has become a leader in the market for Web-based software used by corporations and other big customers to manage the online marketing materials created to support sales reps in the field.

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Silicon Beach Software's Dark Castle Revived Online

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Dark Castle , the popular 1980's video game for the Macintosh developed by San Diego's Silicon Beach Software , has been revived--this time, on the web--as part of a trove of throwback Apple Mac software products released by the Internet Archive. Users who miss the enthralling, black-and-white adventures of hero Duncan in battling the Black Knight can now play the entire game in their web browser. silicon beach software dark castle macintosh 1986 siliconbeachsoftware