Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss dive into Oracle’s latest 2022 earnings results, which saw revenue increase by five percent in Q4 and FY2022 respectively, as the cloud application and infrastructure vendor saw steady growth in cloud sales.
Futurum analyst Daniel Newman examines the recently published Amazon Brand Protection Report and the company’s plan to protect the brands that work with them from potential counterfeit or fraud.
Futurum Research analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss dive into the latest Salesforce Q1 2023 earnings numbers, revealing the story behind the company’s 24 percent Q1 revenue growth and its earnings outlook for the rest of 2023.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Michael Diamond review HPE’s most recent Fiscal Q2 2022 earnings and explore HPE’s progress on the company’s continued transition to as-a-service, as well as the performance of the company’s legacy prem-based hardware and solutions as it pivots to its subscription based GreenLake portfolio.
Futurum Research analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss look at Pure Storage’s promising Q1 2023 earnings report, which saw a healthy revenue boost to $620.4M for the quarter, up 50.3% from a year ago.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Michael Diamond cover C3 AI’s most recent Fiscal Q4 2022 earnings and discuss how the firm’s revenues remain in positive territory despite supply chain and continued pressures from the Russian and Ukraine conflict.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Michael Diamond examine Poly’s most recent Fiscal Q4 2022 earnings and shed light on how the combined Poly and HP entity is positioned for growth and market share gains in the future.
Futurum analyst Daniel Newman examines Cloudera’s new hybrid data positioning offering insights into the value that its Cloudera Data Platform can bring to customers.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss review Dell Technologies’ latest Q1 2023 earnings report, which shows a healthy record Q1 revenue jump of 16 percent to $26.1 billion as well as increases in revenue for its critical server and networking and business and consumer PC divisions.
Futurum analysts Daniel Newman and Todd R. Weiss examine Lenovo’s $71.6B record FY2021/22 revenue, up 18% YoY as the Chinese computer, storage, software, services, and HPC vendor unveils its latest earnings numbers.