Startups

SAASPASS: Focus on opportunities that others overlook

Founded in 2014, SAASPASS is a comprehensive identity & access management solution. The company has a wide range of features like single sign-on, complex enterprise authorization capabilities, hardware integrations,…

Startups

Netsparker: Right timing sucks, I’d rather be too early

Netsparker is a web application security company that started in 2009 and reached 5k customers over the past 10 years while also raising $40M. The dynamic application security testing company has most of its development…

Startups

AppSamurai: SaaS Companies Pivot Endlessly

AppSamurai started in 2016 as a self-service mobile advertising platform and raised a series of funding rounds while also growing to more than 50 people located in Berlin, San Francisco, London and Barcelona offices.…

Startups

Countly’s differentiation out of a very competitive space

Countly is a product analytics company that has competed with a ton of companies over the past few years but successfully managed to grow rapidly. Prioritizing the needs of its well-defined target customer segment,…

Startups

Evreka's journey of pivots, mistakes, regrets, and hyper-growth

Evreka is a hardware-enabled SaaS company that aims to make was collection smarter and more efficient. The company exports technology to more than 20 countries from its small office in Ankara and its journey has been…

Finance

Foriba: Scaling an enterprise product in a regulated industry

Foriba reached $15M revenue from 10 countries in a very short period of time and recently got acquired to the global tax software provider Sovos. Koray, the founder of the successful e-invoicing solution, Koray was my…

Startups

5 Reasons Why Atlassian Bought OpsGenie for $295M

OpsGenie is an IT incident management software that was bought by Atlassian for $295M at around a 20x revenue multiple. Atlassian has a market cap of more than $30B and has been active in the acquisition scene…

Technology

The total sector size of Information and Communication Technologies reached up to a volume of 131.7 billion TL in Turkey

Turkish Informatics Industry Association (TÜBİSAD) announced the "Information and Communication Technology Sector Market Data" for the year 2018. Demonstrating a growth of 15 % on TL basis, the total sector size of…

Digital

Snapchat's lens manufacturer kabaq.io's expectations in AR focus

A Turkish startup in the Silicon Valley, kabaq.io took place in the recently announced Creative Lens Studio program by Snapchat. Kabaq.io, which produces augmented reality food, has in fact been cooperating with…

Featured

The number of repositories on GitHub has exceeded 100 million

GitHub announced that it has exceeded 100 million repositories. The platform that has been purchased by Microsoft last June, for 7.5 billion dollars, is being used by around 30 million developers worldwide. As you…

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How secure are video chats on Facebook’s Portal models?

Last January, we wrote about that Facebook has developed a video chat tool called Portal. Facebook wrote about the security problems that the video chat tool Portal and Portal+ models can create, which can be…

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Samsung has finally unveiled its first foldable smartphone

The news of Samsung producing a foldable smartphone were going around dozens of times in the past years. After decades and dozens of news, Samsung has finally unveiled its first foldable smartphone. Introduced at the…

Technology

VMware buys Heptio, a startup founded by the founder-duo of Kubernetes

VMware, which offers cloud services to companies in Europe, announced that it purchased Heptio to facilitate businesses to build and operate Kubernetes-based architectures powered by container technology. Heptio was…

Technology

iPhone models will use 5G technology in 2020

We know that technology giants have been working for 5G technology for a long time. The first smartphones to use this technology are planned to be released next year. Companies such as LG, OnePlus and Motorola have…

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IBM makes the largest software purchase in history by paying 34 billion dollars to Red Hat

IBM announced that it purchased Red Hat, an open source cloud computing business, by paying 190 dollars cash per share. IBM paid 34 billion dollars in cash to buy Red Hat. The agreement, approved by both IBM and Red…

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