There are 1,000 businesses from 35 different companies that have officially signed up for Airbnb's latest corporate peer-to-peer lodging service, "Airbnb for Business."
The expected date for Box's public debut has been rescheduled said online media platforms Quartz and Wall Street Journal citing falling tech stocks prices happening on market bourses that could affect the share pricing of the company.
In a bid to gain traction over its growing competitors, Washington, US-based software giant Microsoft Corp announced a major boost in its OneDrive cloud storage capacity for business clients, from 25 gigab ytes to one terabyte.
Zandesk revealed its plan to go public and its acquisition of Singapore's Zopim, reported Ventures Beat.
Box, the cloud storage startup that rivals Dropbox, has filed an S-1 form with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for its initial public offering, VentureBeat reported.
Los Angeles, US-based graphics-rendering firm Otoy acquired San Francisco-based app-streaming startup AppSlingr for an undisclosed amount to make large applications run in the cloud using any device.
Menlo Park, California-based security startup Adallom bagged $15 million in a Series B funding round led by Index Ventures to boost its sales presence and development projects.
California, US-based cloud storage services provider Dropbox raised another $250 million in new funding two years after a previous $250-million round, further lifting the company's valuation close to $10 billion.
Research firm CB Insights revealed in its latest report that IPO activity will most likely be the most active in the technology sector as over 500 companies have healthy trajectories and high valuations.
Enterprise cloud file storage hybrid Egnyte received $29.5 million in Series D funding to introduce itself to other international markets and to gain recognition in international markets like its rivals Box and Dropbox.
San Francisco-based recruiting startup getTalent's founder Abraham Shafi told TechCrunch that his company was just acquired by job website Dice, but financial terms of the said deal were not disclosed.
US-based cloud storage firm Box confirmed it closed USD100 million in fresh capital to catalyze its global expansion as it sealed commercial transactions with Japanese firms.
Cloud storage firm Box has acquired startup dLoop for an undisclosed amount, to increase security using fine-grained data analytics technology, helping Box compete better for large enterprise clients.
Cloud storage provider Box, a rival of Dropbox, is raising USD100 million in new funding through a share sale that would value the company at around USD2 billion.
In preparation for its 2014 IPO, Box had appointed banks to manage the share sale and market debut.
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