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Things are getting where they are supposed to be obviously. It is definitely slower than what we are used to but they will get there. This month we have good news only. It is nice that way – a couple of new really high end and top ranked customers, one nomination from Red Herring in their Red Herring 100 list, a new version of the system which was accepted greatly throughout all our customers and trial accounts, taking the decision to release a ...

I was expecting to see a true competitor last week, when I had a chance to check out the new IBM Lotus Connection, I was very disappointed. I think you will be too.

Last week during the Web 2.0 Expo and this week at the Gartner ITExpo I had the “pleasure” of checking out the latest “Innovation” from IBM Lotus Connections.

What can I say?!
IBM has a lot of work to do before they should ship this Innovative product to their customers.  I also think...
At the Web 2.0 conference and show in San Francisco last week, I talked for a while with Simon Chen of the Eight Black Group.  That led to a visit at Simon's blog, and then to an especially relevant and insightful article by Jim Stegnel, Global Marketing Officer for Procter and Gamble on The New Future of Marketing: Building Consumer Relationships.

Jim's talk is focused on customer engagement, why consumers are now in control and why companies ne...

Blogtronix at Web 2.0 EXPO

16 Apr 2007 16:30 PM - 18 Apr 2007 13:00 PM



Blogtronix is exhibiting in at Web2.0 EXPO from April 15-18, 2007. We is demoing the new BlogtronixEnterprise ver 2.0 as Blogtronix 2.0 in the Long Tail Pavilion. Pleasecome by and check out our the new Enterprise 2.0platform and what itcan do for your organization today.

We are in Orange shirts at the end of t...

The National Association of Broadcasters convention runs this week in Las Vegas. New Radio Star is there for the official introduction and launch of it's "Live" Radio service built on the Blogtronix platform. New Radio Star is now in it's 25th year in the Broadcast Radio industry, and is moving into...
 
Just Announced:

Red Herring 100 North America Awards

For 10 years, the Red Herring'seditorial team has diligently surveyed entrepreneurship around theglobe. Technology industry executives, investors, and observers haveregarded the Red Herring 100 lists as an invaluable instrument todiscover and advocate the promising startups that will lead the nextwave of disruption and innovation.

Pa...

Over the past several week, I started to receive emails and calls from not only customers, but VC's as well. This is a very interesting thing for me since 2 years (even 3) ago, when I first started to seek funding for my Blogtronix idea, I was lucky if I was able to get an email back from a VC, saying this something like:

"Thank you for your interest in (VC name),
This is very interesting, but we will pass at this time, please keep us posted on ...
Last week (or the week before) I spoke with Robin Hopper at Under The Radar conference.  IUpload rased $7M from couple of US VC's.  IUpload is no longer a Canadian company and now is a US company. Robin also hired a new CEO to head the company. I think the round was made by Greylock Partners and North Bridge Venture Partners.

This shows once again that the VC's are starting to look at corporate blogging (what iUpload does) as something important ...