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Why Marin Software’s Stock Is Trading Higher Today

why marin software’s stock is trading higher today

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Marin Software (NASDAQ: MRIN) shares are trading higher on Wednesday after traders earlier circulated a 2019 MediaPost article titled “Will Amazon Buy Kenshoo Or Marin Software Following Sizmek Acquisition?”
Marin Software provides a cloud-based digital advertising management solution for search, display, social and mobile advertising channels to improve financial performance, realize efficiencies and time savings and improve business decisions. The company’s enterprise marketing software platform is offered as an integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for advertisers and agencies.
Marin Software shares traded up 215.33% to $4.73 on Wednesday at the time of publication. The stock has a 52-week high of $5.70 and a 52-week low of 77 cents.
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Global Virtual Events Market 2020-2025: Emergence of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-Based Virtual Events Gaining Momentum

global virtual events market 2020-2025: emergence of software-as-a-service (saas)-based virtual events gaining momentum

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DUBLIN, Oct. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Virtual Events Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2020-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Rapid urbanization and increasing adoption of virtual infrastructure, tools and services by organizations across the globe, is one of the key factors driving the growth of the market. There has been widespread adoption of virtual events, especially by small and large-scale organizations, for various purposes, including event marketing, content and social media development, access management, event outsourcing and analytics. There is also an integration of various other interactive tools, such as polling, chats, forums and live questions and answers (Q&A), to enhance the efficiency of the events. Furthermore, various technological advancements, such as the emergence of software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based virtual events, are creating a positive impact on the market. These tools enable organizations to offer a unique interactive experience to their users and improve the overall sales experience through instant messaging, podcasting and virtual product experience. Other factors, including the emerging trend of digitization, along with the widespread utilization of audio and video conferencing for recruitment purposes, are projected to drive the market further. Looking forward, the publisher expects the market to witness …

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Field Service Management Software Market | Adoption of Customer-centric Pricing Strategies to Boost Demand | Technavio

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The field service management software market is set to grow by USD 3.43 billion, accelerating at a CAGR of over 17%, during the period spanning over 2020-2024. One of the key factors driving growth is the adoption of various pricing strategies by vendors. Vendors are adopting customer-centric pricing strategies to gain an edge in the market. The increasing demand for SaaS-based FSM solutions is a significant trend that will further stimulate market growth. The rising adoption of cloud-based solutions has led several enterprises to deploy their software solutions off-site.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201021005635/en/ Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Field Service Management (FSM) Software Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)To learn more about the global trends impacting the future of market research, download a free sample nowParent Market AnalysisTechnavio categorizes the global field service management (FSM) software market as a part of the global application software market within the global IT software market. The parent global IT software market covers companies engaged in developing and producing applications and system software. It also includes companies offering database management software. The global application software market covers companies …

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SteriView® Technologies, Inc. Announces Its Software Database Interface, Software as a Service (Saas)

steriview® technologies, inc. announces its software database interface, software as a service (saas)

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PETALUMA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — SteriView® Technologies, Inc. www.steriviewtechnologies.com  announced today the launch of its Software as a Service (SaaS). The SaaS System has been developed and is administered by its partner Diopsys, Inc. the world-leading provider of modern visual electrophysiology solutions and trusted thought leader in software development.

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The company’s mission is to focus on patient safety by substantially reducing outbreaks of antibiotic- resistant bacterial infections caused by device-related transmission in hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers throughout the world.

SteriView® Technologies, Inc, is currently manufacturing and selling its medical/surgical inspection systems. This includes the 1.8mm SteriCam™ MIC (modular inspection camera). The company is advancing compliance with Infection Control Standards by enabling the direct visual inspection of hard to reach spaces within endoscopes and related medical devices.  As part of this system there is a user interface and data management software application. 
Customers using the new Software as a Service (SaaS), will pay a $99 annual subscription fee.   As first-time users open the SteriView® software a license file will automatically be created with a one-year expiration date and their inspected medical devices will automatically be registered in the database.  The service will also …

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The future of data centers is intent-based networking. That’s good and bad news for IT.

the future of data centers is intent-based networking. that’s good and bad news for it.

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The transcendence of cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has somewhat obscured a quieter revolution taking place in traditional data centers as new automation tools whittle away at the complex and labor-intensive (read “expensive”) tasks of building, deploying, operating, managing, protecting, and verifying the reliability of the center and its network.     
The typical data center is built with pieces of infrastructure from many different vendors, each with different configurations and capabilities, and new uses and functions are constantly being added in pursuit of digital transformation. IT departments find themselves with the Sisyphean task of managing millions of connected devices in near-real time. Operators find themselves dealing with dozens of applications, each with its own requirements and functions.  
Translating a company’s policies and goals-its “intentions”-into reality can often involve an army highly-paid engineers going through and deploying thousands of new lines of code throughout the infrastructure.
The hottest current solution is something called intent-based networking (IBN), according to Zack Zilakakis, a former Gartner analyst and spokesman for Apstra, the Menlo Park, CA-based startup that pioneered the IDB approach when it came out of stealth in 2016.  
Zilakakis explained how Apstra’s IBN approach works in a telephone interview:

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MiX Telematics launches next generation, customizable driver scoring Software-as-a-Service module

mix telematics launches next generation, customizable driver scoring software-as-a-service module

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STELLENBOSCH, South Africa, Oct. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — MiX Telematics (JSE: MIX) (NYSE: MIXT) a leading global SaaS provider of connected fleet management solutions, is pleased to announce that it has launched a pioneering, customizable driver scoring solution, available as a new module for customers that subscribe to their premium fleet solution, MiX Fleet Manager.
This powerful solution provides users with the flexibility and advanced new algorithms they need in order to supercharge driver education and incentive programs, supported by scoring methodologies that can be adapted to the specific needs of organizations running fleets across the widest spectrum of industries and geographies.
Depending on their operational requirements, customers can choose precisely what should be included in their scoring models and the MiX algorithms automatically generate the results within the SaaS module. Unlike driver scoring features offered by most telematics service providers – which focus primarily on driving behavior – this solution enables customers to select from a vast array of inputs ranging from driver performance indicators, risky driving events, hours of service violations, and productivity metrics such as departure and arrival times. This gives customers the power to tune their driver performance insights in accordance with their specific business challenges. The outcomes …

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Banish shoeboxes and Excel from your SME

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The shoebox and spreadsheet have been business tools for a long time. Filling in a daily ledger and keeping track of paperwork is foundational to business administration, as is staying on top of payroll and human resources.
Rezelde Botha, Business Unit Manager, Axiz
Accounting, payroll and HR are the three administrative legs on which every business rests. You can have the greatest ideas, the best salespeople and the hottest marketing, but if those three legs aren’t present, the company will collapse.Yet though there are good digital services to manage these, many small and medium-sized companies remain stuck in the past.”There are many reasons why smaller businesses have held back from investing in technology,” said PJ Bishop, Vice-President for Partners, Accountants & Alliances for Africa & Middle East at Sage. “Perceptions include that accounting and payroll software is expensive, reluctance among older employees or business owners to adopt new systems, and a lingering belief that you need to be an accountant to use these tools.” The SaaS revolutionInstead, many businesses still fill in spreadsheets, collect receipts in shoeboxes, and hand those over to an accountant to prepare. They don’t realise that modern software services automate and streamline those processes, induced by …

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At Its Heart, IBM Remains A Systems Company

at its heart, ibm remains a systems company

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We have argued, even a decade and a half before The Next Platform was founded, that no one would ever move all of their IT infrastructure to a utility, what we now call a public cloud. And as the public cloud really took off as a product with the launch of Amazon Web Services’ Elastic Compute Cloud service in March 2006 and then became a big idea, people took it a little too far. They drank a little too much of the orange Kool Aid coming out of Seattle.
While there are literally millions of companies and individuals using cloud computing capacity in the world today, and depending on who you ask about half of the IT capacity sold in the world is going to the hyperscalers, cloud builders, and biggest service providers that are offshoots of the big telecom and cable companies. This has been a wild success, even for the 15 year ramp that it has taken. But the hybrid cloud – a mix of on premises IT facilities with one or more public cloud or service providers – is still going to be the future for a long time, if for no other reason that there are trillions of lines of …

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Council approves cloud back-up for city software infrastructure

council approves cloud back-up for city software infrastructure

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NEW PLYMOUTH — At the regular meeting of the New Plymouth City Council on Monday night, the council took up a tabled discussion item from its meeting Oct. 5 regarding upgrading the city’s software infrastructure. This was the first action item on the new agenda.City Clerk and Treasurer Danielle Painter had presented the council with the idea of upgrading some of the city’s software infrastructure with a cloud-based system. Painter said that with a cloud-based system retrieval of previously archived information would be more efficient for city employees who need it.Following discussion about cloud-based computing and wanting more information and Painter encouraging the council to give her any questions or concerns about the system upgrade and she would get the answers from the company that would be providing the service – Black Mountain Software.At Monday night’s meeting, Councilor Eileen Balcer, who had raised concern over the possible dangers of cloud-based computing at the previous meeting, was the first the give her approval after review of the information from the company.“They’re using Amazon Web Services, I’m good with it,” she said.Mayor Rick York informed Painter as far as the upgrade goes, “We’re good …

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NetApp Updates Storage Software, Services, Hardware With Eye On Cloud

netapp updates storage software, services, hardware with eye on cloud

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NetApp on Tuesday unveiled several big changes to its storage software aimed at helping businesses continue their digital transformation and more easily manage their data regardless of where it lives.
The changes include an updated version of its flagship NetApp Ontap data management software with deeper cloud integrations, new ways to purchase cloud storage services via its NetApp Keystone subscription service, and new software-defined storage that can be deployed on non-NetApp hardware.
NetApp also updated its hardware portfolio with an entry-level NVMe-based array and its first array featuring low-cost QLC NAND flash technology.

[Related: 10 Key Takeaways From NetApp CEO George Kurian: Cloud, Coronavirus And Growth]

While digital transformation has become a major factor for how many businesses look at their cloud infrastructures, the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has only accelerated the move to adopt hybrid cloud models, said Brad Anderson, senior vice president and general manager for NetApp’s cloud infrastructure business unit.
The hybrid cloud, which will figure prominently at next week’s NetApp Insight 2020 virtual conference, is the ideal infrastructure on which to build for the future, Anderson told CRN.
“And that suits NetApp’s capabilities well,” he said. “We’ll be talking a lot about Ontap simplicity, security, …

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