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Tech News For Today 2022
SaaS Labs raises $42 million abd cquires CallPage and Atolia
SaaS Labs is on a roll! 3 months after the previous funding round, the company has raised $42 million and acquired two startups. Their automation platform serves sales and support teams at some of the biggest brands in the world, and they’re only getting started.
This Series B round, with Base 10 Partners and Eight Roads Ventures participating in the new funding. The California-headquartered startup raised $18 million earlier this year through an A posture led by Allison Pickens and has entrepreneurs Anand Chandrasekaran (Anchore) and Michael Stoppelman(Zoom).
SaaSLabs has been building equally powerful and accessible AI-powered tools
Sales agents are always looking for ways to improve their workflows and productivity. With SaaS Labs, they can easily update their call logs and CRM tools in real-time to have a more seamless communication process with their managers. This tool is affordable and easy to use, making it the perfect solution for small businesses.
This innovative software company offers tools that bring more efficiency to sales and support operations – on par with what’s available to big businesses. With SaaS Labs, SMBs can finally compete in today’s global economy.
The startup has accumulated over 6,000 customers globally since its inception. It seems a small businesses joins the platform by paying as little as $25 per month and, over time, happily move on to paying $10 000 annually once their businesses grow in size! The company prides itself on having an average retention rate of 70% in the US and UK.
In today’s world of SaaS, there is a new way for companies to stay afloat in their industry. For the last six years, SaaSLabs has been building equally powerful and accessible AI-powered tools by those on sales or support teams at smaller firms – no code needed! So you can focus on what you do best.
Cloudflare suffered a Record-Breaking DDoS Attack with a peak of 26 Million Request Per Second
Cloudflare disclosed that it had acted to prevent a record-setting 26 million request per second (RPS) distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack last week, making it the largest HTTPS DDoS attack detected to date.
The botnet is said to have created a flood of more than 212 million HTTPS requests within less than 30 seconds from over 1,500 networks distributed in at least 121 countries, including big countries such as Indonesia, the U.S., Brazil, Russia, and India.
This attack was mostly originated from Cloud Service Providers as opposed to Residential Internet Service Providers, which indicates the attackers hijacked virtual machines and powerful servers to generate the attack — as opposed to much weaker Internet of Things (IoT) devices,” Cloudflare’s Omer Yoachimik said.
Considering the computation point of view, the most expensive DDoS attacks are HTTPS-based due to the higher cost associated with establishing a secure TLS encrypted connection.
This is nothing new for Cloudflare in the past months, 2 months ago, in April 2022, it said it staved off a 15.3 million RPS HTTPS DDoS attack aimed at a customer operating a crypto launchpad.
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