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Dell launches IPO SecureWorks

Business: SecureWorks, Dell's subsidiary specializing in cyber security, will make its debut on the Nasdaq. Its IPO price could allow it to rise to over $ 157 million and reach a valuation of nearly $ 1.5 billion. The first IPO in 2016 of a high-tech company will be the result of SecureWorks. This subsidiary of Dell released the updated regulatory documents that set an IPO price 15.50 to $ 17.50 per share (9 million class A shares will be issued). At the high end, this could allow the company to raise up to $ 157.5 million and reach a valuation of $ 1.42 billion. Dell SecureWorks acquired in 2011 for $ 612 million. Founded in 1999, the company specializes in cybersecurity has 4,200 customers in 59 countries. Its listing on NASDAQ will be under the symbol "SCWX". To record results for Amazon Web Services.

Cloud Computing: The Amazon cloud services platform is growing exponentially which should reach the $ 10 billion in revenue this year. In a few years Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become the most powerful cloud computing platform with no less than 70 services, addressing all types of activities. One million customers use AWS including Adobe Systems, NASA, Netflix or Pinterest. AWS and growth in turnover looks set to break a record.

In a letter to shareholders, Jeff Bezos, Amazon's boss, has assured that the CA would reach $ 10 billion this year. This would represent a meteoric jump from $ 7.9 billion garnered last year. Faced with AWS, the only real rival is AliCloud Chinese Alibaba and its 1.4 million customers. Google recently scored big points by winning Disney Consumer Products Interactive Media, Coca Cola and part of Apple's cloud infrastructure, but be aware that these customers continue to work with AWS in parallel. PC sales to a record low.

Business: The demand for PCs continues to fall and global shipments of computers plunged by 9.6% in the first quarter of 2016, falling below 65 million units. A first since 2007. No, and analysts were not error, the recovery in global PC market is not for now. The first three months of 2016 is thus marked by a sharp decline in deliveries -9.6%.

Gartner estimates that global shipments to 64.8 million units. The first time the market has fallen below the threshold of 65 million PC was in 2007. In other words, computer purchases continue to sink. And this trend is global. In the US, the decline was 6.6% and the market reached its lowest level in three years. In Asia / Pacific, the decline was 5.1% and 10% in EMEA. Consumers prefer such longer keep their computers or postpone their spending on other computing devices. This is especially true in developing countries where the smartphone is the priority. Gamers prefer watching pubs rather than paying in-game content.

Mobility: Not surprisingly, the study "In-game advertising the right way: monetize, undertakes revival" of the company Unity Technologies reveals that 71% of mobile gamers choose to watch video ads instead of paying content additional. Time is money ! But for an end user, the act of watching a few seconds of advertising will always be cheaper than paying for in-app content. This is what shows the latest report signed Unity Technologies. By studying the impact of video ads on user engagement and revenues in mobile gaming, we see that 52% of developers see video ads as offering a higher income than other in-game ads.

2000 mobile developers and players were interviewed for this survey, entitled "In-game advertising the right way: monetize, undertakes revival" and the video advertising actually plays a leading role here. 71% of gamers say that watching video ads is their favorite way to "pay" content. In addition, respondents players choose this payment option "always" and 18% "sometimes" to 44%. A total of 62% who watch regularly pubs for the in-app content, or rather in-game. Overall, 46% of mobile gamers recognize that they prefer watching videos ads to be rewarded. The advertisements in the form of images in full screen, banners ... are much appreciated! And finally, 78% of mobile gamers are willing to commit against the award-winning videos.

By replacing an actual payment of an advertisement, the user seems satisfied and the developer is benefiting. 62% of developers also challenge a rise in the number of users after the introduction of payment via video ads to access additional content. In short, 86% of application developers believe their in-app purchases and increased with the arrival of this "false" free. Today, the profitability of mobile games based on advertising. It is undeniable! The fact of reward when the user views a listing is the dominant logic and behavior of the players will be present in that sense!

Bouygues Telecom Bbox generalized tariff increase

Business: The operator Orange cheek and adds a monthly fee for the rental of its box. At the same time, the offer Miami takes one euro more. Only new customers are concerned. Consequence of the failure of its takeover by Orange or reaction to a global market of fixed Internet where incomes are falling? Still, that Bouygues Telecom has decided to significantly increase prices of its triple play.

Specifically, the operator has decided to apply the "method" Orange, namely billing surcharge for the rental of the box. And opted for the same price, or 3 euros extra per month. Thus xDSL Bbox and Bbox Sensation are now charged 22.99 (the offer therefore exceed the psychological barrier of 20 euros) and 41.98 euros per month.

Even Assent to the new box Miami (Android TV) is now available to all. Initially charged 25.99 euros per month, the subscription proceeds to 26.99 euros plus 3 euros to rent the box for a total of € 29.99 per month. These increases, a priori limited to new customers should therefore allow BouyguesTel boost its revenue in a revenue decline in the fixed environment.

According to the latest Observatory ARCEP for Q4, revenues lost 2% year on year to 4.2 billion euros. "The decline in revenue from fixed services has doubled in a year to around EUR 90 million in the fourth quarter 2015, but still lower than in 2013 (€ 160 million in VAT a year in the fourth quarter 2013). these decreases are due to the decline in low-speed services, but also by a slower growth up internet access income and very high speed and refluxing capabilities of services sold to companies (-1.5% in a year ), "observes the regulator. The valuation is now moving more towards the optical fiber segment where Bouygues Telecom is not present. Perhaps this explains it.

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