Check out this VIDEO explaining how Sookasa is allowing medical professionals to share and collaborate on files. Security is key to the success when adhering to HIPAA compliance.
Our friend’s at Duo team up with the leading provider of open online identity protection, Yubico, to tag-team FaceBook’s authentication needs. Find out how the collaboration creates unique usability and security HERE.
On May 20th, Yahoo confirmed that it will buy Tumblr for $1.1 billion with mostly cash and will close in the second half of 2013. One notable aspect of the deal, however, is that Yahoo’s price and Tumblr’s implied valuation is 85x Tumblr’s $13M of revenue. Makes one wonder what other sort of valuations are reasonable for other up and coming startups. To read more about the deal, click here.
Computer Services, Inc., also known as CSI, is a provider of an online banking platform to over 140 financial institutions and recently announced that it will begin using Duo Security’s two-factor authentication across its platform. Customers will have the choice to opt-in for two-factor authentication, which helps prevent potential cyber fraud. To read more in-depth coverage, click here.
Resonant portfolio company, Precog, has come out of beta with a bang: announcing three new market solutions for those seeking to conquer data challenges. Not only does Precog allow users to use data without transforming it into a relational format but it also creates visualizations, charts and reports for easy use. To read a more in-depth summary about Precog by Derrick Harris, click here.
In a very brief but concise study conducted by some British scholars, we finally have a little better insight into why some people fear technology. Although it is a 5-second video, we can only assume the finest statistical modeling and most stringent research went into producing this brilliant masterpiece of a study. To watch and be enlightened, click here.
The University of Michigan has been granted $1.5mm from the National Science Foundation to administer an entrepreneurial training program called I-Corps, which is launching this spring. The goal of the program is to put Michigan tech startups on a fast-track path and the initial class will include 25 teams of three members each. To read more about the new program, click here.