- BlackBerry beats expectations for non-GAAP EPS in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2023, with total company revenue of $151 million, leading to a 0.42% increase in their stock, and maintains a focus on profitable growth and positive cash flow through new patent transactions and design wins.
- The article discusses StarHub's 12th Sustainability Report and highlights the company's commitment to sustainability practices, including its ambition to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, investment in green tech solutions, efforts to provide inclusive digital services, and support for employees and communities, among other initiatives. There is no mention of why Gartner(IT) stock went up.
- Last night, Gartner (IT) stock went up 0.42%, and the article discusses how communications executives can take a leading role in helping their organizations plan for and respond to disruptions in major industries, including managing external communications and helping employees navigate uncertainty.
- WALLIX, a European cybersecurity software provider, and Kleverware, a European digital access and identity governance firm, have created a Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management solution to manage access to IT resources subscribed by organisations and minimise cyber risks, and the partnership is a response to the increasing trend towards remote work and cloud-based services, which poses a potential threat or vulnerability to organisations' data, hence increasing demand for its demand, ultimately leading to a rise in Gartner (IT) stock.
- EverCommerce announced the appointment of Evan Berlin as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer responsible for the operational execution of the company’s solution lines of business, causing the stock of its parent company, Gartner, to go up by 0.73%.
- The article announces Wallix Group's 2022 full-year earnings report, highlighting their investment in North America and strengthening of technological leadership in the cybersecurity market, but does not explain why the stock of their industry peer Gartner went down.
- Gartner's stock went down after tech stocks were hit hard in 2022, and SentinelOne, despite rapid growth, had a high valuation, remains deeply unprofitable, and is facing the deceleration of growth.
- BlackBerry has partnered with Adobe to deliver a secure forms solution for mobile, with BlackBerry UEM and Adobe Experience Manager Forms offering higher security standards required by regulated industries that will allow users to securely and electronically sign documents from anywhere on their mobile devices, and BlackBerry is permitted to resell Adobe Experience Manager Forms software, which should ensure a better outcome for customers using the BlackBerry UEM service.
- ServiceNow has announced a major platform upgrade, the Now Platform Utah release, which includes AI-powered process mining with robotic process automation capabilities, additional search enhancements, and workforce optimization and incident management enhancements. Gartner has recently reported that almost half of organizations it polled are expecting to ramp up spending on application modernization, while 50% are planning to increase cloud platform spend.
- The article discusses the pros and cons of investing in Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), noting that its recent roller coaster ride in the stock market highlights the importance of holding solid growth stocks through temporary sell-offs, with some concerned about the company's position in a burdened personal computer (PC) market and others bullish about its prospects in artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), and gaming, and furthermore, last night, Gartner's stock (IT) went down by 0.62%.
- Gartner (IT) stock went down because the article primarily focuses on the lack of tech innovation and software adoption in the lodging industry due to conflicts of interest in the fragmented, tripartite operational ecosystem of owners, managers, and brands, hindering improvements within the industry as it relates to profitability and guest experience.
- The Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF) is leveraging FlashBlade®, Pure Storage's file and object storage solution, to speed up data performance, reduce genomic pipeline turnaround times by up to 86%, and deliver faster life-saving research results globally, which could be a reason why Gartner (IT) stock went up by 1.92% last night.
- Digital analytics leader, Amplitude, has announced an expanded suite of product features for its Amplitude Experiment offering, which helps to unite analytics, experimentation and new program management capabilities, to scale experimentation programmes faster and further. The solution drives business value, delivers a faster ROI for experimentation programmes and enhances user sign-ups and revenue.
- Nvidia has introduced a generative AI platform and four new inferencing platforms, part of its new Nvidia AI Foundations platform, that enables enterprises to customise their generative AI experience to their business needs and will relieve them of the time-consuming task of independently training their generative AI models from scratch each time they built one.
- DXC Technology has been recognized as a leader in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Outsourced Digital Workplace Services, and Gartner evaluates the overall completeness of vision and ability of companies to execute on specific criteria to position them in the Magic Quadrant report, and the decline of Gartner's (IT) stock is not mentioned in this article.
- The article highlights the growth and success of cybersecurity company CrowdStrike, which uses artificial intelligence to detect and prevent cyber attacks, with high levels of customer retention and revenue growth, making it a good investment; it doesn't give any reason why Gartner(IT) stock fell.
- JVCKENWOOD Corporation has implemented Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to standardize and automate their financial operations, thereby increasing productivity, reducing costs, and improving controls. The introduction of the system forms part of the company-wide digital transformation effort designed to enhance operational processes, maximize business margin, and increase productivity.
- The article announces the Gartner CSO & Sales Leader Conference 2023, which aims to provide innovative ways for sales leaders to exceed revenue targets, but doesn't provide a clear reason to explain why Gartner's stock went down by -2.97% last night.
- The article discusses the financial results of cybersecurity company SentinelOne for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2023, with the CEO highlighting strong performance and significant milestones, including exceeding $0.5 billion in ARR and having a customer base that exceeds 10,000, and the stock decline of Gartner is not mentioned.
- This article is not about Gartner(IT) stock, but rather announces that NICE's CXone cloud platform has over 1 million agents and supervisors using its functionality, with web references found that shows NICE's stock (Nasdaq: NICE) is currently up and why it goes up cannot be determined from this article.
- Gartner Inc. (IT) stock went down by 2.97% last night, but the article does not provide a reason as to why.
- Gartner's stock went down 2.97% last night and the article suggests investing in cybersecurity company CrowdStrike, which is well-positioned to meet the demand for endpoint-device protection software and is becoming more efficient, with strong top-line growth and a defensible dominant position in its cybersecurity niche.
- Sprinklr has been named a Challenger in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Conversational AI Platforms, with its digital-first approach to customer services helping reduce costs, according to a review, and the firm's conversational AI capabilities allowing personnel to address customer queries quickly.
- The article highlights that businesses in Asia that already use cloud services plan to increase investment across various cloud strategies over the coming year, with a larger focus on data analytics & AI, cloud computing, and automation, in response to new needs emerged during the pandemic; however, the article does not mention why Gartner's (IT) stock went down.
- DocuSign, Inc. announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended January 31, 2023, with a total revenue of $659.6 million and net income per diluted share of $0.65, but the reason behind Gartner (IT) stock going down is not mentioned in the article.
- The article discusses the growth potential of two companies, UiPath and Fiverr International, with UiPath being touted as the more attractive investment opportunity due to its automation software and impressive financial growth, while Fiverr's expanding list of services and growing popularity still make it an attractive investment opportunity; however, the article does not provide a specific reason for why Gartner (IT) stock went down.
- MongoDB, Inc. announced its Q4 and fiscal year 2023 financial results with a strong revenue increase, including a 50% increase in revenue from its Atlas platform, contributing to a 36% YoY increase in total revenue, likely resulting in an increase in the company's stock.
- Gartner (IT) stock went up by 1.11% last night and the article is actually about CrowdStrike's Q4 2023 earnings call, where the company reported strong performance, record net new ARR, and customer growth, as well as recognition for their AI-driven cybersecurity platform by industry analysts.
- Shares of Gartner (IT) went up by 1.11% last night and investors anticipate strong results from CrowdStrike's products, supported by bullish analyst reports, a high-profile investment bank that increased its price target, and positive financial reports from CloudFlare and Palo Alto Networks, to coincide with the company's upcoming earnings report, despite investor worries regarding slowing growth and shrinking profit margins.
- Teradata has announced the integration and general availability of its VantageCloud platform with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, which creates enterprise-scale performance, helping organisations execute complex analytic and AI/ML projects on massive datasets with their favourite data science tools, resulting in Gartner-rated customer satisfaction boosting Gartner’s stock up by 1.11%.
- MongoDB, a software company, saw a 50% growth in Atlas revenue and continued strength in customer growth and workload wins, resulting in a 36% YoY increase in revenue in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2023, causing its stock to go up by 1.11%.
- The article is about Couchbase's financial results for Q4 and FY 2023; there is no information on why Gartner (IT) stock went down.
- The article is not related to Gartner (IT) stock and provides a transcript of Elastic N.V.'s earnings call, where they reported a 27% YoY growth in Q3 revenue and strong customer contractual commitments, with a focus on durable growth, widening the competitive moat, and fueling profitable growth through investments in enterprise and commercial sales capacity and innovations in the Elastic platform.
- Code42 Software and SentinelOne have partnered to integrate their Incydr and Singularity Platform solutions, respectively, enabling users to respond more efficiently in the event of an insider cybersecurity breach, including arresting data exfiltration from an employee's device, and minimizing data loss or exposure.
- The article discusses CrowdStrike, a cybersecurity company with desirable growth-stock traits and strong execution, which is expected to perform well in a market environment wary of growth stocks, and its ability to fight security breaches makes it a crucial investment in a world where bad actors pose a growing threat to companies. Meanwhile, there is no mention or explanation of why Gartner's stock went down.
- Comcast Business has been recognized in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global, which evaluates network service providers' completeness of vision and ability to execute their services effectively, following the company's acquisition of Masergy; however, this news is not related to the decline of Gartner(IT) stock, which was down due to broader market trends.
- Gartner(IT) stock went up by 2.28% last night, and this article explains why CrowdStrike and Atlassian are still worth buying due to their strong positions in the cybersecurity and work management software markets, respectively, and their potential for growth in the future.
- Arm's decision to list only on New York's Nasdaq for its IPO instead of dual-listing on the London Stock Exchange is being attributed to the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which was reportedly viewed by Arm as being inflexible on reporting requirements for related party transactions, although other factors have been cited as impacting Arm's decision.
- The global stock of industrial robots has grown significantly over the past decade, with robot prices falling and new technology making them more versatile, but levels of adoption remain low, especially in the West, and the immediate problem for advanced economies is not too much automation but too little, according to an article in The Economist, citing shortages in US labour markets as evidence. Gartner’s (IT) stock rose 2.28% last night after the company announced the promotion of research vice-president Lisa Kart to the position of research chief.
- The Gartner (IT) stock was up 2.28% last night, and the article argues that fears over the job-displacing effects of technology are unfounded and that automation adoption remains low despite a surge in robot prices, as businesses automate at a slower pace than expected due to the difficulty of getting it right in practice and the challenges of replacing older legacy systems.
- Gartner(IT) stock went up 1.34% last night as the company's slowing personal computer business is not a major concern for the company, as its bulk of profits come from printing, with printers and ink producing roughly two-thirds of its income before the pandemic and printing's profitability remaining consistently strong, making it a cash cow business that supports the well-supported HP dividend that has been raised every year since 2015.
- Gartner stock went up 1.34% last night, but the article does not provide a reason as to why it went up.
- SentinelOne, an autonomous cybersecurity platform, received the highest scores across all three Critical Capabilities use cases and was named the leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, causing Gartner's stock to rise last night by 1.34%.
- The Gartner IT stock went up by 1.34% last night and the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike is predicted to potentially return 16% annually for 25 years due to its continued growth in creating new security modules for its customers, while Kinsale Capital and Waste Management are also identified as excellent $300 dollar-cost-averaging purchases.
- UK chip designer Arm has confirmed it will only list in the US following its IPO, leading to criticism that the government allowed the Cambridge-based firm to be sold to a foreign buyer back in 2016, and that London must now "endeavour to proactively protect its semiconductor industry." However, Gartner's Richard Gordon disagreed that Arm's move was due to the UK's lack of a coherent technology strategy and said it was more likely a financial market consideration, and most of Arm's major licensees were also based in the US.
- Fortinet's (NASDAQ: FTNT) stock went up after it was named a Visionary in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms due to its ability to seamlessly integrate endpoint protection, detection, and response capabilities, backed by expert managed detection and response and incident response professional services.
- Fortinet, a global cybersecurity leader, has been named a Visionary in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, thanks to its ability to offer a combination of secure connectivity and advanced endpoint protection for customers. This recognition, along with positive peer reviews and third-party testing, may be contributing factors to the recent 1.22% increase in Gartner's (IT) stock price.
- SentinelOne has been positioned as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, which has contributed to its parent company, SentinelOne, experiencing a 1.22% surge in its stock price as customers choose the company for its efficacy, automation, ease of use, and platform breadth which empowers modern enterprises to improve their cyber resilience.
- Gartner (IT) stock has gone up because of its positive financial performance and growth prospects.
- GFT Technologies SE, an IT company that specializes in state-of-the-art core banking systems and cloud computing, announced highly dynamic and profitable growth with a revenue increase of 29% in 2022, earning €730.14 million, boosted by strong demand for digitalization solutions from insurers and banks, leading to some investors buying its stock, which caused a 1.22% rise in Gartner's stock price.
- Gartner is a stock that is being beaten down due to the macroeconomic headwinds. However, there is a silver lining for investors because some of the most beaten-down stocks still represent compelling opportunities due to their significant business prospects and historically low valuations.
- The consulting firm, Gartner, released a report stating the global PC market has seen a decline in sales in the third quarter of 2022. This is likely due to a lack of demand, specifically in the laptop sector. Laptops will need powerful CPUs and GPUs in order to compete, and companies like Nvidia and AMD showcased their latest products at the Consumer Electronics Show. However, these advancements are not groundbreaking, and the laptops on display are mostly updated versions of previously released models.
- Gartner's research shows that cloud spending by businesses is slowing down. This is likely to weigh on Alphabet Inc, the third-largest cloud provider, and Microsoft Corp.
- Gartner's research indicates that cloud spending might slow in the future, which is bad news for Microsoft and Amazon.
- Gartner(IT) stock goes down because slower cloud spending by inflation-hit businesses is expected to stall the sales momentum at Amazon.com Inc and Microsoft Corp and add to the troubles of the sector that laid off thousands this month.
- Gartner, a respected analyst firm, has stated that PROS Holdings, Inc.'s CPQ and price optimization capabilities are some of the best in the business. Accordingly, Gartner has recently increased its rating on PROS from a "buy" to a "hold." As a result of this positive ratings change, the stock price has consequently decreased.
- The GEP Global Supply Chain Volatility Index showed increased demand for safety stockpiling and worsening of labor shortages in December.
- The management of gartner(IT) has been recognizing WALLIX PAM4ALL as a complete and powerful solution, with numerous functionalities, thanks to the combination of the following technologies: KuppingerCole also highlights WALLIX's ability to innovate by enriching its technologies every year to offer a continuously state-of-the-art solution for securing access and digital identities.
- The GEP global supply chain volatility index increased from 1.15 in November to 1.61 in December, indicating a worsening of the world's supply chains.
- GEP provides transformative supply chain solutions that help global enterprises become more agile and resilient, operate more efficiently and effectively, gain competitive advantage, boost profitability and increase shareholder value.