Companies ban incendiary posts and drop support for apps that promote violent content that violate their terms of service. We can expect to see more of this as purported “free speech” platforms arise after Parler’s demise.
'The Not So Big Company' opened up its beta registration for their new email app called Big Mail. They are the latest company attempting to fix how we experience email.
SugarCRM is investing in the connective intelligence power of Node Inc. to bring CRM-focused AI to its CX platform, which includes sales CRM, marketing automation, and customer service modules.
The Prospector tool combines the Drift Conversational Marketing and Sales tools with buyer activity data from third party software. The company has also changed their branding in order to better fit today’s combined sales and marketing teams.
Stack Overflow raised $85 million in Series E funding for its Teams knowledge management product following a strong first two years of growth. Investor and consumer interest shows how digital work has changed knowledge management needs for many companies.
Jigsaw has six projects it's currently working on to help activists and journalists protect their freedom of speech. They include technology to prevent hacking and to detect disinformation campaigns.
Microsoft’s GitHub acquired Semmle, a code analysis platform for finding zero-days and automating variant analysis.
Creators of privacy-focused Fathom Analytics, Jack Ellis and Paul Jarvis, announce cookie-free tracking that anonymizes pageviews and unique visits and maintains automatic GDPR compliance.
The once successful Kickstarter wasn’t able to convince enough gamers to play its console, and Razer’s own ambitions couldn’t save it either.