Category Archives: B2B

Menlo Security says it can keep malware from invading your business

Companies are looking for new ways to secure their infrastructure from the attack of hackers. Malware and malicious software code are the primary sources for such hacks, which get in to computers when employees browse infected websites and emails.
 One of the new security startup, Menlo Security has created a technology that can let users access all the sites they want but prevent any malwares from entering their computers. When a person wants to open a website, Menlo Security will create a virtual shell and the website will load inside it. If there are any malicious code in the site, it will get stuck in the shell and wont spread to one’s computer.  Read More >>

FAA: Business Jet Fleet To Grow Over Next Two Decades

The FAA have foretasted that the business jet fleet are projected to grow at an average rate of 2.8% a year from 2014 through 2035. Overall, the active general aviation fleet is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 0.4% over the 21-year forecast, from an estimated 198,860 aircraft in 2014 to 214,260 by 2035. FAA have also stated that while the business jet market is projected to grow, the piston-powered aircraft market is expected to decline in the future. Read More>>

Yahoo Becomes Mozilla Firefox Default Search Engine

Yahoo has collaborated with Mozilla on a five-year partnership that makes Yahoo the default search experience for Firefox in the United States on mobile and desktop, which makes it the most significant deal for Yahoo in the past five years. The agreement also provides a framework for exploring future product integration and distribution opportunities to other markets, per the companies, which ultimately expands Yahoo’s reach in search and digital content. Read More>>

Dropoff Will Build Same-Day Delivery Right Into Your Business

Dropoff is looking to revolutionize the courier industry with its new services. Dropoff offers a web and mobile dashboard that lets you book a courier anytime, review prices before you start, get reliable ETAs and then track the package as it’s moving. Despite the competition, Dropoff hopes that its dedication to focusing on businesses only, not consumers, and specializing in industries outside of the usual grocery delivery, will pay off. Read More>>