This winter’s been cold, or so we’ve been told. Messages have been coming through about something about a polar vortex and snowstorms and lakes freezing. We haven’t seen much of that. Out here in San Francisco, the weather’s been rainy, foggy, kind of brisk, sometimes sunny, but mostly the same. (We reserve most of our complaining for our city’s housing market.) But whether your winter has been cold, brisk, or SoCal-warm (or, even better, Hawaii-warm), our winter has been hot on the ol’ clips front regardless of the temperature outside.
Here’s a quick recap of the past few months on some of the news for us and our clients. From thought leadership to new funding announcements, from newly launched startups to established companies holding strong, our clients have been doing the opposite of hibernating this winter.
The unique work culture at Liferay continues to generate press that lauds the company for its social responsibility.
The latest productivity products from our longtime client Yam Labs generated coverage from the likes of TechCrunch and Cult of Mac for the new email app BlinkMail (and at BetaNews on the updates to the Powerbot widget).
Speaking of TechCrunch (and who isn’t?), two of the startups coming out of the HappyFarm accelerator in Kiev have been featured at the publication. First, the new e-learning platform Coursmos, and, more recently, Newzmate’s content curation tool Traqli. Congrats to a really interesting startup community during some turbulent months.
And last but not least, Opengear continues to set the industry standard for remote infrastructure management with its peerless 4G LTE out-of-band management products. The best remote infrastructure management company you’ve ever seen has been featured in data center thought leadership at Data Center Knowledge and its products have earned accolades from Network World.
Here’s to Spring!