SaaS news stories - Page 2
Axonius closes $200 million Series E at $2.6 billion valuation
Axonius, a cybersecurity and SaaS management company, has announced it closed $200 million in Series E funding.
Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6 adds more control over critical data
Veeam Software has announced the latest version of its fastest-growing Software as a Service (SaaS) product, Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6.
Google to acquire Mandiant in new deal worth $US5.4 billion
Google and Mandiant announced today that they have entered a deal for Google to acquire the dynamic cyber defence and response company.
Growfin targets US$125 trillion global payments market
Growfin has launched its platform to transform how finance functions in B2B companies track and collect payments from their customers.
Aircall announces strategic investment from HubSpot Ventures
Aircall has announced a strategic investment from HubSpot Ventures, extending the partnership between SaaS businesses in the cloud communications industry.
How safe is an organisation’s data from security breaches?
The urgency of data security and privacy can't be overstated. In 2021, the global average cost of a data breach was US$4.24 million, representing a 9.8% increase over 2020.
FedEx Express teams up with SaaS eCommerce platform
FedEx reports that BigCommerce merchants in Australia and New Zealand are signing up for the FedEx-BigCommerce alliance program.
Employment Hero completes funding following KeyPay acquisition
"With KeyPay joining the Employment Hero family, will set a new bar for what people expect from employment. It’s incredibly exciting."
Cloudflare acquires Vectrix for CASB functionality
Cloudflare has acquired Vectrix to help businesses gain visibility and control of their applications.
BigCommerce acquires B2B Ninja - more efficiency for vendors
Retail SaaS provider BigCommerce announced it has acquired Quote Ninja, a software company that facilitates the use of B2B eCommerce technology for vendors.
Big data projects, cloud migrations, and digital transformation: why it doesn’t need to be so hard
“The pandemic has sped up digital transformation” is the phrase on everyone’s lips since the pandemic began. But the reality may be slightly different.
HSE Connect offers faster response after Lancom acquisition
Software and technology provider Lancom has acquired a significant stake in HSE Connect, providing substantial benefits for customers.
Why a cross-cloud strategy can deliver big advantages
The benefits of using a cloud computing platform are now well understood by most businesses; however, many are realising they can take their IT infrastructures even further.
Kiwibank strikes up partnership with ACI Worldwide
The agreement will see ACI provide and run Kiwibank's newly installed, full capability Payment Hub: a SaaS solution hosted in the Microsoft Azure cloud.
Kyndryl and Pure Storage partnering in global alliance
IT Infrastructure services provider Kyndryl will partner with IT company Pure Storage in a global deal that will utilise the two businesses’ greatest assets.
Foresite acquires Cyber Lantern to make SMBs less vulnerable to devastating breaches
Foresite Cybersecurity has announced the acquisition of Cyber Lantern into its security monitoring, management, and assessment solutions.
Extreme Networks appoints Scott Peterson as global channel chief
Peterson will lead growth in the company’s global channel program and its go-to-market strategy for partners.
Businesses needs end-to-end visibility in supply chain solutions, study finds
With supply chains continually under pressure to keep commerce moving, companies need supply chain solutions that can provide end-to-end visibility, show value and a quick return on investment.
Citrix and TIBCO to merge as part of $16.5b acquisition deal
Vista Equity Partners and Evergreen Software will merge Citrix and TIBCO - so what's ahead?
Axonius launches first SaaS risk management product
SaaS management tools typically cater to the business side or the security posture management side, but each side is still prone to visibility gaps and information siloes.
University of Waikato awards contract to global education technology SaaS provider
Tribal Group, a global provider of education technology SaaS solutions, has been awarded a three-year contract with the University of Waikato to deploy the Tribal Student Marketing & Recruitment solution.
LogicMonitor's leadership transition marks a new phase in the company's trajectory
LogicMonitor has announced a planned leadership transition with the appointment of former president Christina Kosmowski as CEO and the move of former CEO and founding executive Kevin McGibben to executive chairman.
Legacy tech will never be dead – it’s a hybrid cloud world forever
Pretty much every business that runs its own IT infrastructure will have had discussions in recent years about legacy technology. Often these conversations are focused on the negatives of these systems, but for many organisations, these systems are also critical to business operations.
Major developments in cloud, data analytics and warehousing in store for 2022
Key trends for data in the year ahead include open data lake analytics stack, open source, data engineering, more SaaS and containers.