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Friday - July 20, 2018
Openprise has announced new partnerships and a new service designed to streamline marketing automation and ABM operations. The new partners offer capabilities such as reverse-IP lookup, business-to-personal-email address lookup, business data in the UK, and more in-depth business-to-consumer and business-to-business data capabilities. Meanwhile, Openprise's new Multi-Vendor Enrichment Strategy Service lets marketers navigate the process of assessing data requirements, evaluating and selecting data providers, and onboarding data. [More...]

Friday - July 20, 2018
Photo-hosting service Photobucket in May quietly restored third-party hosting of photos, reversing its unpopular year-old policy that required users to pay nearly $400 in subscription fees for hosting privileges. Many irate users claimed their photos were "taken hostage." Hosted photos on blogs, forums and other sites were replaced by an image of a dial indicating the hosted data quota had been surpassed. Users were not given advance notice. Instead the company sent out emails with the message, "Some features on your account will be disabled." [More...]

Thursday - July 19, 2018
Google has announced the rebranding and expansion of its Cloud Launcher platform. Going forward, it will be known as the "Google Cloud Platform Marketplace," or "GCP Marketplace." It will offer production-ready commercial Kubernetes apps, promising simplified deployment, billing and third-party licensing. Google's goal is to make containers accessible to everyone, especially the enterprise, said Anil Dhawan, product manager for the Google Cloud Platform. Google's hosted Kubernetes Engine takes care of cluster orchestration and management. [More...]

Friday - July 20, 2018
The Internet has a long and storied history of democratizing information and influencing social change. It has flattened hierarchies and made information accessible to many more people -- though, ironically, it also has sometimes assaulted democracy in the process. Just think about how philanthropy has been changing at the instigation of Salesforce. From its earliest days, Salesforce has adhered to a 1,1,1 model of giving back to the community. It includes donating 1 percent each of employee's time, product and equity to charity. [More...]

 

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