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Remoto: A Connected Car Solutions Platform that Allows Automakers and Dealers to Add Value to Customer Relationships

Remoto Connected Car Platform Adds Value

Bright Box designed its Remoto connected car hardware solution to meet the needs of the entire automotive sales chain — including manufacturers, dealers, and car... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
8/14/2019
A Customer-Centric Approach: Hostimul’s Reliable and Scalable Solutions Help Users of All Skill Levels Build and Maintain Online Presence

Build a Robust Online Presence with Hostimul

Founded in 2017, Hostimul is quickly earning a reputation for its reliable, scalable, and competitively priced hosting solutions. The company’s primary goal is... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
8/13/2019
Resiliency Through Purposeful Chaos: Gremlin’s Failure-as-a-Service Platform Helps Engineers Proactively Avoid Disaster

Gremlin’s Chaos Engineering Tools

Gremlin’s chaos engineering techniques empower users to safely and proactively identify weaknesses in their systems — and fix them before they become a... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
8/13/2019
Put Your Photos on the Map with HoudahGeo: Automatic Geocoding That Attaches GPS Coordinates and Location Names to Photos

HoudahGeo Puts Your Photos on the Map

HoudahGeo’s geocoding and geotagging capabilities allow Mac users to document and organize photos by location. The software stores latitude, longitude, and... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
8/13/2019
Cultivating Innovation in the United States: The Federal Government’s Mission to Increase Efficiency and Drive Open-Source Development

Code.gov is Cultivating Open-Source Innovation

Code.gov is America’s platform for open-source software from the federal government. The site, created by the General Services Administration, is intended to... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
8/12/2019
Tag and Organize Your Files Independently from Folders with Tabbles: A Handy Document Management Tool for Windows

Tabbles: A Social Data Tagging Tool

Tabbles is a social data tagging tool that enables users to find files by navigating concepts, rather than folders. The desktop-based app is also a robust... read more »
Christine Preusler
By: Christine Preusler
8/9/2019