Former Disrupt Battlefield competitor Coronet automates security for SMBs in latest update

December 6, 2017

Coronet, a startup that launched as part of the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield competition in New York City in 2015, announced the release of the latest version of its cloud security product aimed at SMBs today. The new system introduces a layer of autonomy which lets IT or security personnel define a set of rules and the system takes care of the rest without any additional intervention. The Coronet SecureCloud has…

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Startup Battlefield Australia

TechCrunch is headed to Australia to find the most disruptive early stage startups poised to compete on a global stage. How? We are bringing TechCrunchs Startup Battlefield to Australia this year in partnership with ELEVACAO. Many are familiar with the many adventurous innovations zorbing, bungee jumping, and jet boating to name a few that have come out of the Australian-New Zealand ecosystem. But,so did WiFi, black box flight recorders, cochlear…

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Rollout.ios Rox lets app developers deploy new features safely just like the big guys do

April 30, 2017

Apple cracked down on apps using its software. Today, the formerdeveloper tools (the Rollout SDK) where it packaged pre-defined solutions, like those that could disable functions that were causing crashes, for example. Developers could also inject JavaScript code to fix more complex problems. But Apple wasnt having it. In March, Apple not in compliance with its guidelines for developers. For Apple, the decision was likely about being able to control…

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