GitPrime Lands $10.5 Million Investment To Make Engineers More Productive

GitPrime founders Ben Thompson (left) and Travis Kimmel. Photo credit: GitPrime.

Companies are always searching for ways to improve productivity. It’s this need that helped propel Slack, Atlassian, and other providers within this “Future of Work” segment to success or notoriety. But one solution doesn’t fit all, especially when it comes to engineers. They are more data-driven and mathematical than others in the workforce, so providing… Continue reading GitPrime Lands $10.5 Million Investment To Make Engineers More Productive

Evernote’s Desire To Be The Workplace’s Virtual War Room For Projects

Screenshot of Evernote Spaces. Photo credit: Evernote.

It was 10 years ago at a tech event in San Francisco where I was first introduced to a company called Evernote. Initially I was unsure about its potential — why would I want an app to keep track of things when I could just write it down? Fast forward some time later and I… Continue reading Evernote’s Desire To Be The Workplace’s Virtual War Room For Projects

Microsoft’s Push To Capitalize On LinkedIn’s Economic Graph

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and LinkedIn Chairman and cofounder Reid Hoffman. Photo credit: LinkedIn

It’s commonplace to look at a company’s acquisition news and be puzzled by how the move fits in with the buyer’s vision. One need only looks at LinkedIn’s acquisition by Microsoft in 2016 as an example. In its largest deal to date, the Redmond, Wash.-based technology company spent more than $26 billion to acquire a… Continue reading Microsoft’s Push To Capitalize On LinkedIn’s Economic Graph