The StartupBus finals were held this week at Rackspace. More than 30 startups – formed in 72 hours on a cross-country bus trip – competed. Check out which startup won.
Rackspace is a sponsor of next week’s Geeklist-powered Slashathon, a music-focused hackathon founded by former Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash.
We’re co-sponsoring an Austin Women in Tech networking event on Tuesday, March 6 during SXSW.
Today, Rackspace has committed to share with the USPTO complete technical information about all of our prior products, including documents that were previously considered confidential. We also pledge to provide ongoing information to the USPTO detailing each product that we develop and release.
Rackspace Startup Program member Nuve relies on Rackspace to help it develop its tools for asset management and fraud prevention.
Today our Deployment Services team is adding support for Windows deployments. The following applications are available now to deploy on the Rackspace Cloud: ASP .Net 4.5, JabbR, DNN (DotNetNuke) and Umbraco.
Today we introduce HelpSocial, a new social app for serving and supporting customers. HelpSocial is a new company separate from Rackspace, but born from the same Fanatical Support values and driven by our proven belief that the best business strategies are rooted in customer service.
It’s increasingly complex to map disaster recovery (DR) business requirements to business processes, service requirements and technology. How do you make sense of it all? Here are some things to think about as you consider DR in the context of modern, ‘cloudy’ IT.
StartupBus revved to Rackspace headquarters this morning in the name of innovation. On each of the seven buses, teams had 72 hours to design, build and launch applications while traveling 60 miles per hour. Check out the arrival of StartupBus and the list of finalists.