‘New York Stock Exchange malfunctions due to configuration error’
A human configuration error in the New York Stock Exchange's (NSYE) disaster recovery system prevented the exchange from opening for business.
An incident at the NYSE underscores that IT system management is far from automated as a whole. A human configuration error prompted the NYSE's disaster... Read more
‘UK considers using legislation to force Arm IPO in London’
According to the Financial Times, the UK government is considering using national security legislation to force Arm's IPO in London rather than New York.
Arm is a major processor designer owned by SoftBank, a Japanese organization. SoftBank tried to sell Arm to Nvidia, but authorities blocked t... Read more
SentinelOne doubles revenue in Q1 2022
Security vendor SentinelOne recorded sales of $78 million in the past quarter, more than twice as much as the same quarter of last year.
SentinelOne develops an XDR platform (extended detection and response). Threats in applications, endpoints and network traffic are intercepted. The platform s... Read more
Software supplier Dynatrace prepares for an IPO
Dynatrace has planned an IPO to the New York Stock Exchange. The software supplier wants to benefit from the increase in increasingly complex infrastructure environments and application architectures.
In the registration statement sent to the American Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Dynat... Read more
“Slack chooses New York Stock Exchange for IPO.
Slack, a manufacturer of business communication and collaboration tools, is said to have chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its IPO. That's what The Wall Street Journal reports on the basis of insiders. This would be the second time that a large company has chosen the stock exchange to make its ... Read more