By Senad Karaahmetovic Guggenheim analysts downgraded Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) to Sell from Neutral, sending shares over 1% lower in pre-market Tuesday. “We don’t necessarily expect...
S&P 500 EPS growth for Q3 is set to come in at 2.2%, unchanged in the last two weeks, and still at the lowest level since Q3 2020 This week 15 S&P 500 companies are...
Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is a global cybersecurity provider. The Company enables enterprises, service providers, and government entities to secure all users, applications, data, networks, clouds and devices with visibility and context, continuously across all locations. It delivers cybersecurity products covering a range of use cases, enabling its end-customers to secure their networks, remote and hybrid workforces, branch locations, and public and private clouds, and to advance their security operations centers (SOC). Its products are available in the form of the product, subscription, and support offerings, such as Firewall Appliances and Software, Panorama, Virtual System Upgrades, URL Filtering, Advanced URL Filtering, DNS Security, and IoT Security, among others. Its solutions are focused on five areas, which includes Network Security, Secure Access Service Edge, Cloud Security, Security Analytics and Automation, and Threat Intelligence and Security Consulting (Unit 42).