Author: Aaron Hemsworth

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On October 15, IBM (IBM) introduced its Multicloud Manager, an open technology platform.

FireEye’s (FEYE) security products are primarily used as a second line of defense by organizations operating in the high-end market.

VMware (VMW) is working to strengthen its already strong foothold in the network virtualization space.

On October 10, Oracle (ORCL) formed a partnership with LinkedIn (MSFT) to streamline HR solutions.

On October 10, ServiceNow (NOW) announced it will acquire start-up company FriendlyData. It didn't reveal the financial terms of the deal.

In yesterday’s trading, leading technology giant Microsoft (MSFT) fell 5.43%, which was one of its highest declines in the last year.

Microsoft (MSFT) Azure is set to be the preferred cloud platform of Grab, which will leverage Microsoft's machine learning and AI tools.

On October 9, Symantec (SYMC) strengthened its cloud security offerings by adding some advanced features.

IBM (IBM) is expected to report its third-quarter financial results on October 16. Analysts expect IBM's third-quarter EPS to be $3.4.

Netflix (NFLX) plans to report its Q3 earnings on October 16. NFLX expects its EPS to reach $0.68, which is on par with analysts’ estimates.