Sales Woes Force BlackBerry Earnings Miss
The cell phone company said it was buying back shares and is still confident about second-half growth.
ShotSpotter Fires Opening Salvo on Wall Street
The company raises $30.8 million in an IPO as it seeks to expand its services for detecting gunfire incidents.
More companies are using a subscription-based business model, lured by the promise of recurring revenue. But for many, realizing the gains won’t be easy.
Disruptive Influences: 20 Tech Companies to Watch
In areas from cyber defense to tax compliance to database management, these 20 companies are changing how businesses operate.
U.K. Companies’ IPOs Lag on Pre-Brexit Fears
IPOs by companies based in Britain have raised only $1.53 billion in the first three months of 2017, the lowest level since 2012.
Juniper Crashes Brave New Worlds of Networking
The veteran hardware maker's CFO tells how his team is easing the company's entry into software and cloud technology.
Cisco to Acquire AppDynamics for $3.7 Billion
The deal "supports Cisco’s strategic transition toward software-centric solutions that deliver predictable recurring revenue," the company says.
Oracle’s Cloud Sales Rise 62% But IaaS Lags
Total second-quarter revenue missed estimates as Oracle's “public cloud” infrastructure sales grew only 6%.
Intel Sells 51% of McAfee in Deal With TPG
The chip giant is spinning off its computer security business to allow McAfee to become an independent company again.
HPE Sells Software Assets to U.K. Firm for $8B
The deal with Micro Focus advances Hewlett Packard Enterprise's strategy of becoming a leading provider of cloud-based IT solutions.
AR/VR Market to Grow to $162 Billion in 2020
Research firm IDC is predicting 181% annual growth for the market as hardware becomes less expensive.