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  • Cardlytics Debut On Nasdaq Is Early Test of Tech IPO Fortunes in 2018

    Shares of software firm Cardlytics(ticker: CDLX) are down 1.5% in its IPO debut on Nasdaq. The Atlanta-based company, which priced its public stock offering last night at $13 per share to raise $70.2 million, opened this morning during another wild day on Wall Street. “All hell broke loose on the markets, but we’re holding our own,” Cardlytics Chief Executive Officer Scott Grimes told Barron’s. “Given the (unpredictable) conditions, we feel good.”Cardlytics stock is trading at $12.80. The DJIA is down 1.3%…

  • Fujifilm Introduces TCO Calculator

    Valhalla, N.Y., November 29, 2017 FUJIFILM Recording Media U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, the leading global manufacturer of data storage media, today introduced a new proprietary TCO Calculator to help IT professionals assess the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of automated tape systems compared to low-cost disk and cloud-based archive data storage. This free online tool, developed by storage economics expert Brad Johns Consulting and sponsored by Fujifilm, calculates 5- and 10-year scenarios for the Total Cost of…

  • Nutanix, IBM Aim To Provide Intel Alternative in the Cloud – Barron’s

    Shares of storage technology vendor Nutanix (NTNX) are down 69 cents, or 4%, at $16.25, a victim of today’s general sell-off in the broader market, but yesterday the news flow was happier, as the company announced a “multi-year partnership” with International Business Machines (IBM) to sell Nutanix’s software on top of “hyper-converged” computing devices from IBM. The products aren’t hear yet: further details are expected later this year with actual products vaguely promised before the year is out. The announcement was…

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