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Big IT vendors have been gobbling up players of all sizes, but is the future in acquisitions or innovation?
Zuora, an online subscription-based billing service, secures $15 million in funding to help it foster growth.
It's the right business, but are the customers ready?
Zuora, an online subscription software provider, launches Thursday with new funds from high-flying venture capital company Benchmark and Salesforce.com founder.
After this week's DemoFall, longtime organizer Chris Shipley is handing over the reins. Here's a look at some of the best and worst companies that have presented there over the past 13 years.
Zuora is announcing a product to help developers to create subscription services on the social networking site.
Also: ToysRUs has acquired the Toys.com domain name, MSpot has a browser-based ringtone service, and Zuora wants to be subscription-based billing to Facebook.
With roots in computer clustering and grid computing, the technology that first sprouted during the ASP era of the late 1990s is now the computing topic du jour.
The products we'll be eyeing at Demo 09, from a desktop client for aggregating social network activity to software for corporate crisis management.
Zuora debuts online payment service with PayPal connection, the second product from a start-up focused on the software-as-a-service business.