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Zuora soars in its IPO, and the founder’s stake is worth nearly $200 million — 5 years after the company hit rocky times

Tien Tzuo, a well-known Silicon Valley player who's celebrating an IPO for his company, Zuora, says one word used to describe Zuora is "grittiness."

Here’s how to use Airtable, the user-friendly spreadsheet app that’s taking Silicon Valley by storm

Airtable has become a sleeper hit in Silicon Valley, with WeWork and Tesla included among its customers.
Gene Farrell

Smartsheet fought a legal battle to hire this ex-Amazon exec — and now it’s paying him almost $1 million more than the CEO

Smartsheet had to fight a legal battle to bring Gene Farrell over from Amazon Web Services
MuleSoft founder Ross Mason

MuleSoft’s plan to be acquired by Salesforce could make founder Ross Mason a $300 million man

Salesforce plans to acquire MuleSoft for $6.5 billion values MuleSoft founder Ross Mason's stake at nearly $300 million.
A chart in the State of the Cloud 2018 report shows all of the high-impact API-based companies in the cloud space.

A top venture capital firm predicts these 8 trends will take over cloud computing in 2018

Bessemer Ventures predicts that blockchain will take over enterprise, while serverless computing changes storage for good.
Snowflake CEO Bob Muglia, center, said he thinks the company is just a few years out of an IPO.

Snowflake’s CEO shares how he get got a $1.5 billion valuation from Sequoia Capital just four years out of stealth mode

Microsoft veteran Bob Muglia shares why he's not rushing into China, and what he sees for the future of cloud computing.
Nyansa is used by companies like Tesla to monitor all of the wi-fi enabled manufacturing tools on the factory floor.

10 years after cold calling his way into a job, this Ghanaian founder just got $15 million to grow his thriving start-up

Tesla uses Nyansa's products to monitor its manufacturing tools. Hospitals use it to keep life-saving machines online.
Workplace is like a private version of Facebook for a business's employees.

Facebook is quietly becoming an enterprise software giant

With 30,000 organizations using it, Facebook Workplace has become a sizeable force in the competitive enterprise software market.
Oracle executive chairman and CTO Larry Ellison

Oracle is jumping on board the blockchain bus and could help drive it to the mainstream

Oracle is building its plug-and-play platform on top of the Linux Project blockchain, Hyperledger Fabric.
Vuforia's Chalk app uses Apple's ARKit software framework.

This new conferencing app is an incredible example of how Apple’s next big thing can help your everyday life

Chalk, from Vuforia, is a videoconferencing app like FaceTime or Skype, but it also lets users circle and point out interesting features in real-time.