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  • American City Business Journals12 hours ago

    Rackspace co-founder and Geekdom Fund boosts Austin startup in new $15M round

    Austin-based Callinize Inc., doing business as Tenfold, raked in the new cash among 10 investors led by Andreessen Horowitz as well as participation from Geekdom Fund LP and Rackspace Hosting Inc. co-founder Pat Condon. Tenfold's software integrates customer relationship management systems with company phone systems. Early Tenfold investors included Webmail founder Pat Matthews, a former Rackspace executive, and Lew Moorman, a previous chief strategy officer for the cloud hosting company.

  • American City Business Journals11 days ago

    New Hulu corporate office could bring tech jobs to San Antonio

    San Antonio could get an influx of 500 jobs from a Los Angeles-area technology company in the coming months. Hulu LLC, a television show and movie streaming company, is gearing up for a new live television on-demand service and it wants to open a new office for the transition. The live television service is a move to compete with AT&T’s DirectTVNow service and Sling TV, a live television company owned by Dish Network Corp. Hulu wants to add 24 hour a day customer service as part of the new service.

  • American City Business Journals19 days ago

    Rackspace to sell customer support for Google's cloud offering

    Rackspace Hosting Inc. got the green light to start selling managed cloud service support for enterprise customers of Google's cloud engine, the company announced today. The San Antonio area company has been selling its Fanatical Support to businesses with Amazon Web Services since October 2015 and to enterprise customers of Microsoft's Azure cloud infrastructure since July 2015. Now, the subsidiary of Alphabet Inc. is working on a new managed services offering slated to launch in 2017 in conjunction with Rackspace.