Time Tracking Buddy launches, rebrands as Chrometa

Time management startup Time Tracking Buddy has launched their product and changed their name to Chrometa.

In addition to their time tracking software for helping hourly professionals with their billing, Chrometa has added capabilities to allow companies to monitor and manage employee productivity. Read more about Time Tracking Buddy launches, rebrands as Chrometa

Kodak Software center coming to Sacramento

Seems Kodak is opening a software development office in Sacramento soon. I came across this job posting on Craigslist.

Kodak is creating exciting new software solutions for its customers, and will be opening a new software center in the Sacramento California area in the very near future. Be a part of the dynamic team of highly technical and experienced Software Architects, Developers, Technologists, and Innovators creating state of the art, robust, digital imaging software for Kodak.


Legal tips for startups

GigaOM guest author Gene Landy has some great legal tips for those starting a company.

Among Landry's suggestions are to careful lock down your IP -- code you or your employees wrote is not necessarily property of the company by default. He also recommends against allowing a right of first refusal into any contract and suggests you file trademarks internationally. Read more about Legal tips for startups

Welcome RelyNet!

There’s a new data center in town. SacStarts' regular Mike DiCarlo has recently opened the doors of a brand new, state-of-the-art data center located in Rancho Cordova, just outside of Sacramento.

The RelyNet Data Center is a 5,000+ square foot raised floor colocation space. They’re priced competitively and offer colocation, managed hosting and disaster recovery planning in the Sacramento Area. Read more about Welcome RelyNet!

Engine Yard closes $15M Series B

Locally founded Engine Yard, a provider of Ruby on Rails hosting has closed a series B round of $15 million from New Enterprise Associates, Amazon.com, and existing investor Benchmark Capital. NEA led the round, and partner Peter Sonsini is joining Engine Yard's board.

The money raised in this Series B will help Engine Yard develop a platform for cloud computing clusters and to continue funding the development of Rubinius and Merb, their open source projects. Read more about Engine Yard closes $15M Series B


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