MocoSpace, the leading mobile social network in the U.S., today announced that it has reached the ten million user milestone. MocoSpace has seen a sharp increase in registrations driven by word-of-mouth among a young, multicultural community that is increasingly using their mobile phones for social networking and entertainment.
Cliqset, the real-time community, today announced they will power real-time discussion on Boxee for the livestream of the Boxee Beta Unveiling event.
On December 7, Boxee, the first "social" media center, will demo the next evolution of their software (beta), preview the Boxee Box, and present new content partners. As the official social Boxee partner for the unveiling, Cliqset's application will be integrated with the livestream of the event on Boxee, giving the entire Boxee community a real-time social discussion experience as they watch the event on Boxee. Together, Boxee and Cliqset spearhead an emerging trend of socializing online-video, thereby rendering the Web more open and engaging.
Imprivata®, Inc., the employee access management company, announced today that Bill McQuaid, assistant vice president and chief information officer at Parkview Adventist Medical Center, has been named one of IDG's Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders for the 2010 Awards Program. The award honors the 100 top IT and business executives who have led their organizations by mentoring and motivating employees, envisioning innovative solutions to business challenges, and effectively managing and executing IT
Brightcove Inc., the leading online video platform, today announced that Rakuten, Inc. has selected Brightcove to power new online video initiatives for its online shopping mall property. Rakuten, the biggest e-commerce website operator in Japan with more than 50 million registered users, is taking advantage of the recently launched fully-localized version of the Brightcove platform to introduce a more interactive, engaging purchasing experience through high quality online video content. Rakuten is also pioneering an innovative new use case in the Japanese market, as online merchants are able to upload user-generated content through the Brightcove platform and add it to their online presence on the Rakuten site.