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Crossloop, a provider of a peer-based tech-support marketplace, has raised a $6 million second round led by Venrock. Also participating was…

Crossloop, a provider of a peer-based tech-support marketplace, has raised a $6 million second round led by Venrock. Also participating was El Dorado Ventures, which led an initial $3 million first round, bringing its total amount raised to $9 million. The Campbell, CA-based company offers a desktop-based app which connects individuals and small businesses with tech support contacts. Conceptually, it seems similar to various “rent-a-coder” type services — marketplaces for general technical work. Funding will go towards standard stuff: product development, sales and marketing. Release.

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  1. I find Techinline (http://www.techinline.com) to be a an easier to use service for screen sharing and remote access. It's probably the most reasonably priced service on the market, given the level of functionality and is perfect for a small business such as mine which is unwilling to pay over a $100 for such tools as LogMeIn or Webex.

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