Should I Buy Vmware Inc. - Class A (VMW) stock as it soared to $156.32 today? Is it best stock to buy?

Latest price action

Vmware Inc. - Class A (VMW) soared on 12:45:48 PM. Its latest stock price is $156.32 indicating change of 1.24%.

Latest volume

About 402,796 shares exchanged hands on 12:45:48 PM for Vmware Inc. - Class A (VMW), compared with an average daily volume of 973,807 shares.

Daily price range

After opening the trading day at $154.77, shares of Vmware Inc. - Class A traded within a range of $154.35 to $157.58.

52 weeks price range

In the last 52 weeks, shares of Vmware Inc. - Class A has gone down to $121.78 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $161.95 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 11.33%.

P/E ratio

Shares of Vmware Inc. - Class A is currently trading at $156.32 indicating P/E ratio of 32.16 .

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About Vmware Inc. - Class A

VMware software powers the world?s complex digital infrastructure. The company?s cloud, app modernization, networking, security, and digital workspace offerings help customers deliver any application on any cloud across any device. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, VMware is committed to being a force for good, from its breakthrough technology innovations to its global impact.

Recent VMW News

Wed Apr 14 16:19:24 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Most startups won't cut employee salaries if they move to cheaper cities, but many will, a Lightspeed survey finds

Summary List Placement In the first quarter, Lightspeed Venture Partners ran a survey of 328 companies, mostly early-stage startups, to figure out when business will return to normal. It reported that half of companies polled will let employees decide when they want to go back to the office, and that some form of remote work is the "new normal" for about 90% of companies. One of the more interesting findings was on the topic of salaries. "The ability to work from anywhere has inspired some employees to leave expensive tech hubs and settle in areas with a lower cost of living," Lightspeed talent partner Luke Beseda, who led the companies survey, wrote in a blog post . The migration has led some companies like Facebook, Microsoft, and Stripe to adjust salaries for those employees. But Lightspeed's survey suggest they're in the minority, which is good news for workers settling in suburban zip codes. The survey asked, "How do employee salaries change if they move to a new region?" 50% said "salaries stay at the original rate" 21% said "salary is adjusted to local rate" 17% said "salary is frozen at original rate until it matches local rate" 8% said they're undecided 4% did not answer the question The survey results suggest that most tech workers fleeing cities don't have to worry about pay cuts, although some might not be getting raises until the standard pay for someone local in the position catches up to their salary. "This will likely result in employees optimizing for cost living," Beseda said. [more....]

Mon Apr 12 09:34:19 UTC 2021

Economic Times India: VMware rolls out enhanced well-being programme for employees

VMware has announced that it will be enhancing its existing well-being benefits programme to equip employees to live a more healthy and balanced life, said a statement issued today. Under this programme, all employees across offices in India will be eligible for an additional well-being allowance of Rs. 29,565 as equitable reimbursement. Employees can also choose to apply the amount to help pay to vaccinate themselves and their family members.This initiative is the latest offering in the firm?s well-being programme portfolio. As the industry moved to a remote work model last year, the technology organisation revisited some of its policies to ensure that teams had help and resources to help cope with the rigours of the new normal.The Palo Alto, California-headquartered company also initiated a pandemic leave policy for its employees, under which employees are entitled to five days of paid leave, to take some time off during these unusual times. In addition, it has also introduced a new coaching, therapy, and work life services (ICAS) programme that caters to the mental and emotional well-being of not just employees but also their dependents. [more....]

Thu Apr 08 12:43:50 UTC 2021

24/7 Wall street: Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, HubSpot, NXP Semiconductors, Splunk, Textron, TJX, VMWare, Wingstop and More ? 24/7 Wall St.

Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Adobe, HubSpot, NXP Semiconductor, Splunk, Textron, TJX Companies, VMWare and Wingstop. [more....]

Wed Apr 07 12:00:00 UTC 2021

Business Insider: IBM's cloud head lays out the tech giant's future plans and the biggest opportunities for increasing adoption of the public cloud on Wall Street

Summary List Placement IBM's cloud is ready for primetime. The tech giant's cloud offering announced a wide release of its IBM Cloud for Financial Services on Wednesday. Built for banks and other financial institutions, the IBM Cloud has standardized compliance, security, and confidential computing tools alongside more traditional cloud tech. It also puts the tech giant in position to capitalize on what Howard Boville, the head of IBM's hybrid cloud, previously told Insider was a $1 trillion market for cloud adoption within enterprise-sized firms. Now, IBM's "really moving at a much quicker pace in terms of meeting the specific needs of the marketplaces that we're facing into," Boville recently told Insider. And while building out the foundation of a cloud offering is one step in the battle to compete with the likes of Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, that's only half the battle. It's the tools built around the cloud that really set it apart, Boville said. "There's no real inherent competitive advantage of building a cloud architecture. [more....]

Thu Apr 01 21:54:37 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Microsoft is pushing back its earliest office reopening date to September to give 'flexibility for employees to make summer plans' (MSFT)

Summary List Placement Microsoft is pushing back its earliest possible date for when employees can return to the office without health and safety restrictions to September from July, Insider has learned. "We believe this date will afford additional flexibility for employees to make summer plans, and we'll continue to keep you updated if the date moves out," Microsoft executive vice president Kurt DelBene told employees in an email viewed by Insider. September 7 is the earliest possible date Microsoft offices will move to what the firm calls "Stage 6," which is when most health and safety restrictions can be removed because COVID-10 is "no longer a significant burden on a country/region," DelBene wrote. Microsoft started giving employees the option to return to the office if they wanted starting March 29 , but it will not be required (except for essential workers) until Stage 6 is reached. Microsoft has been "continually monitoring conditions" in its US-based offices, DelBene wrote, which has influenced the decision to move the earliest possible date back form July 6, which it had announced last fall. [more....]

Mon Mar 22 12:00:00 UTC 2021

Business Wire: Partners Accelerate Profitability with New Customer Lifecycle Incentives from VMware

PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today launched the Customer Lifecycle Incentives Program to help partners facilitate the end-to-end digital transformation for their customers. The program will help partners drive increased profitability through new and expanded customer engagement, a simplified experience, optimized incentive return on investment, and partner-to-partner cooperation rewards. VMware partners can take advantage of the increased need for customer Softwa [more....]

Thu Mar 18 21:15:28 UTC 2021

ZDNet: VMware acquires Mesh7 for cloud-native application security | ZDNet

VMware plans to integrate Mesh7's contextual API behavior security product with the VMware Tanzu Service Mesh [more....]

Thu Mar 18 20:15:00 UTC 2021

Business Wire: VMware to Present at the UBS Virtual Summit on Cloud & Infra Security Convergence

PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $VMW--VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), a leading innovator in enterprise software, today announced that Sanjay Poonen, VMware?s chief operating officer, customer operations will present at the UBS Virtual Summit on Cloud & Infra Security Convergence on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 9:45 a.m. PT/ 12:45 p.m. ET. A live webcast will be available on VMware?s Investor Relations page at The replay of the webcast will be available for two months. About V [more....]

Thu Mar 18 20:00:00 UTC 2021

Business Insider: ENTERPRISE SECURITY IN THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC ERA: How to support remote work while securing the distributed enterprise through the Zero Trust security model

Summary List Placement A staggering number of employees have moved to a new mode of remote work in 2020, kicking off a significant andlasting transformation of the workplace?one that will require a different approach to enterprise security. Starting in February, the first outbreaks of the coronavirus pandemic resulted in China shutting down, followed by other countries from March onward. Companies had to quickly pivot to enabling remote work where possible and crafting new work-from-home (WFH) policies, many of which will remain in effect into 2021 and beyond. Hackers have rapidly moved to target remote workers and adjusted their tactics to take advantage of the move to WFH. IT departments are reacting to the rapid move to WFH by adding network, virtual private networks (VPNs), and firewall capacity to keep up with user demand?but the road has been bumpy. These technologies have been around for years, and will still be in use for years to come, but they have many shortcomings in terms of cost and performance that will require the use of newer, cloud-based technologies. [more....]

Thu Mar 18 12:00:00 UTC 2021

Business Wire: Sixth Annual Women Transforming Technology Conference -- Registration Now Open

PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), a leading innovator in enterprise software, today announced registration is open for the sixth annual Women Transforming Technology (WT2) Conference taking place May 3-4, 2021. This will be the second year the event is held virtually and everyone is invited to participate. WT2 is designed to continue the important conversation on championing and advancing women across the technology industry. The conference theme is ?Resilience? and [more....]


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