July 15: We worked with our client TrapX Security providing content creation to media relations and everything in between. Check out the amazing coverage that resulted from Trainer’s media outreach. TrapX exposed a sophisticated, state-sponsored attack on shipping and logistics industries around the world:
July 12-13: Trainer for Tatas! The 2014 Team completed the 39 Miles in the top 20% of the 1,800 highly motivated walkers. This years Avon Walk - San Francisco raised a total of $ 4M and the Trainer For TaTa team would like to thank all of our sponsors! Read more about which life saving projects were sponsored with your generous contributions: Avon Walk - San Francisco 2014 - Press Release
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April 30: Bloomberg TV - A Rags to Riches Story for AppDynamics' CEO - AppDynamics CEO Jyoti Bansal explains how the company helps clients find and fix problems with their web and mobile applications. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)
May 27: Forbes - When Launching Your Startup, Consider These 5 Risks by Sreekanth Ravi, Founder - Tely Labs
May 24: Entrepreneur - When Launching Your Startup, Consider These 5 Risks by Sreekanth Ravi, Founder - Tely Labs
May 20: InformationWeek/Healthcare - Videoconferencing Connects Hospice Patients, Families by Alison Diana, Senior Editor - InformationWeek
April 24: CRN - Xangati, Developer Of Cloud Intelligence Tools, Expanding VAR Programs by Joseph Tsidulko - Senior Editor, CRN.
April 24: WSJ - IPO-Minded AppDynamics Adds Former McAfee Chairman Chuck Robel to Board by Deborah Gage - Reporter, Wall Street Journal.
April 28: Forbes - Will CA Survive The Decade? Will CA still be around in 2024? Jyoti Bansal, founder and CEO of enterprise application monitoring software company, AppDynamics, said, “No. CA will be broken into pieces and sold to private equity.” by Peter Cohan - Contributor.
July 14: RCR Wireless - Martha DeGrasse: FCC creates new opportunity for Wi-Fi providers. RCR Wireless News interviews Xirrus product marketing manager Bruce Miller on the FCC effort to increase mobile broadband access across the country, the Federal Communications Commission is budgeting $5 billion for increasing Wi-Fi access in schools through the federal E-Rate program.
Australian fans pumped to see their team take on Spain during the first round of the World Cup were intrigued by the honeycomb-like machine that had replaced the standard manual search process. That machine is the Qylatron Entry Experience Solution from Qylur, and it could soon replace a crappy experience of going through secrity checks at airports and other venues with one that’s faster and less invasive.
WSJ: "Google, Microsoft Race to Assess Heartbleed Vulnerability"
LA Times: "Heartbleed Bug' puts Web security at risk."
Security Week: "Content Distribution Networks Fuel Rising Threat of Digitally Signed Malware"
NWW: "Poorly managed SSH keys pose serious risks for most companies"
CSO: "CryptoLocker's success will fuel future copycats"
The Economist: "The end of trust"