Webware Radar: Zoho completes single sign-on for all apps

Also: Mio.tv has acquired Wamba for approximately $5.1 million; Sedo acquired RevenueDirect for an undisclosed sum; and myYearbook.com has donated over $250,000 in its early stages to global warming initiatives.

Online app provider Zoho announced Tuesday that it has added single sign-on support for Zoho CRM, its on-demand customer relationship management app for organizations that run businesses online. According to the company, Zoho CRM users will be able to access all of Zoho's services and won't be prompted to re-authenticate when they switch between applications. Zoho CRM is the last of the company's applications to add single sign-on.

Mio.tv, a company that offers music videos and other entertainment clips for Latin Americans, announced Tuesday that it has acquired Spanish social network Wamba for approximately $5.1 million. According to the company, it acquired Wamba to extend its reach and influence in the Latin American community.

Online domain name marketplace Sedo acquired RevenueDirect, a domain parking service, the company announced Tuesday. According to Sedo's executives, it's trying to attain more market share in the U.S., and its acquisition of RevenueDirect is a key component in that strategy. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

myYearbook.com announced Tuesday that its "Causes" application and its users have removed more than 1 million pounds of CO2 from the atmosphere through donations. A portion of the funds received by myYearbook through its social network and applications was donated to charities like Carbonfund.org, which fights against global warming and climate change. So far, the company has donated over $250,000.

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