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Articles for the keywords: market share
14 Mar 2017 How Fintech Is Powering The Global Economy [61611]
By Margaret Harrist

Margaret writes in Forbes, "Entrepreneurs in financial services companies say businesses like theirs are doing a lot more than making established Western banks worried about their market share. During a panel discussion at SxSW here this weekend, they argued that they're helping create a new middle class in the developing world, with tremendous consequences for the global economy..."
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05 Mar 2017 DevOps, No Longer Just For 'Unicorns' [61012]
Forrester, February 24th, 2017

Rober blogs, "The born-digital 'unicorn' companies such as Etsy, Google and Netflix, are pioneers of modern DevOps, but BT leaders at companies of all ages, sizes, and types are now eagerly pursuing the same principles. The pressure for speed and quality is DevOps becoming pivotal for all organizations. For example, KeyBank are leveraging DevOps to quickly deliver business new customer capability using streamlined coordination between application development and operations. DevOps is allowing KeyBank to shorten delivery time by up to 85% and reduce defects by at least 30%. According to a 2016 State of DevOps report, high performers are twice as likely to exceed their organization's profitability, market share, and productivity goals..."
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24 Feb 2017 DevOps, No Longer Just For 'Unicorns' [60877]
Forrester, February 24th, 2017

Rober blogs, "The born-digital 'unicorn' companies such as Etsy, Google and Netflix, are pioneers of modern DevOps, but BT leaders at companies of all ages, sizes, and types are now eagerly pursuing the same principles. The pressure for speed and quality is DevOps becoming pivotal for all organizations. For example, KeyBank are leveraging DevOps to quickly deliver business new customer capability using streamlined coordination between application development and operations. DevOps is allowing KeyBank to shorten delivery time by up to 85% and reduce defects by at least 30%. According to a 2016 State of DevOps report, high performers are twice as likely to exceed their organization's profitability, market share, and productivity goals..."
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25 Jan 2017 ExaGrid, Next Generation Disk-Based Backup Storage Appliance Vendor, Reports Record Quarterly Revenue for Q4-2016 and Record Annual Revenue for 2016 [60056]
Company announces best quarterly revenue in its history and achieves 12th consecutive cash positive quarter

ExaGrid, a leading provider of disk-based backup storage with data deduplication solutions, announced record revenue for Q4 2016. In addition, Q4 was the company's 12th consecutive cash positive quarter. ExaGrid grew double digits over the previous quarter and same quarter of the prior year as well as for the full year of 2016 over 2015. The company is growing faster than the overall market and continues to grow its market share position. ExaGrid's continued success in its upmarket move into enterprise accounts was evidenced by a record number of six-figure new customer opportunities in the 4th quarter.

"ExaGrid had a strong record quarter in both North America and EMEA, and was cash positive for the 12th consecutive quarter," said Bill Andrews, CEO and President of ExaGrid. "We are seeing a record number of customers move to ExaGrid's next generation approach from the first generation inline/scale-up deduplication appliances as well as from backup software with deduplication to disk. Customers that deal with the day-to-day complexities of backup understand the unique value that ExaGrid's scale-out architecture with landing zone brings to their data center environment."
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26 Dec 2016 How Oracle's Database Business Changes (And Doesn't) In The Cloud [59327]
By Chris Murphy, December 26th, 2016

Chris Murphy writes, "When it comes to database workloads, the shift to the cloud has only barely begun. Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison recently explained how, as that shift accelerates, the transition of databases to the cloud will be very different from the more established software-as-a-service business.

Ellison, speaking on a conference call December 15 about Oracle's second-quarter FY2017 financial results, first laid out the competitive landscape. He said he measures Oracle's performance by comparing its cloud technology and market share to two main competitors: Salesforce.com in applications and Amazon Web Services in both infrastructure and databases..."
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