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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nasstar Plc LSE:NASA London Ordinary Share GB00B0T1S097 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.70p 11.60p 11.80p 11.70p 11.70p 11.70p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 24.5 -1.2 -0.2 - 67.28

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2011
17:29
Nothing to see here. Move along!
skidaddle
05/4/2011
09:23
Just did a quote a deal online and went through straight away. Agree that it could have been part of the 60000 from yesterday so we may have got the lot. It's possible that there may be a few more sells today so there may be another opportunity to buy but then again maybe not. Those deals can't stay in the pipeline forever because it feels like they already have! Results at the end of the month.
skidaddle
05/4/2011
09:19
SKID I have joined you with a smaller purchase at 13.75 but it was difficult according to my broker so you may have snaffled the bulk of the cheap stock well done
solarno lopez
05/4/2011
08:50
Last day of the tax year today I think. So I just bought 50,000 at 13.75p.
skidaddle
05/4/2011
07:42
Some desperate soul sold 60,000 yesterday at 12p yes 12p
solarno lopez
04/4/2011
06:47
what the heck does 'bore off' mean ?
solarno lopez
01/4/2011
12:54
still being worked on so I am told
solarno lopez
01/4/2011
12:49
The INTY link up is the crucial partnership for Nasstar imho. Microsoft announce intY as strategic BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite) Partner - July 12th 2010. One of only 3 in the world and the only one in Europe. INTY in turn are to sign up 300 local partners. When you combine that with the details in post 3769 you can join up the dots to show that everything is now in place except the deals.
skidaddle
01/4/2011
08:58
Positive info for NASA and its future
solarno lopez
30/3/2011
11:10
Small businesses 'want cloud computing provider with a local presence' Mar 29 2011, 15:24 PM Small businesses planning to make use of cloud computing would prefer to deal with vendors who have locally-based operations. This is one of the key findings of a new report from Microsoft, which surveyed more than 3,250 companies across 16 countries around the globe to get its results. Of those questioned, 82 per cent said having a vendor with a local presence is "highly important" when they come to purchase cloud computing services. Marco Limena, vice president of business channels at Microsoft, explained adoption of the technology is likely to grow rapidly after an initial gradual rise in the next few years. "Hosting service providers should consider the appropriate sales, delivery and support models to target larger small and medium-sized business customers that are more likely to pay for cloud services," he added. Earlier this month, Steve Durbin, global vice president of the Information Security Forum, told companies planning to make use of cloud computing solutions that they should be aware of the security challenges that come with such a move. Posted by Neil Hill
skidaddle
27/3/2011
10:16
The call for patience in the last financial statement is waring a bit thin now. But when you are no longer in charge of bringing in sales thats about all you can fall back on.
skidaddle
25/3/2011
17:46
Surely we're gonna here something in early April? Solarno has mentioned this countless times since Xmas?
p3psimax
24/3/2011
18:25
Fund manager likes NASA: http://www.mandadeals.co.uk/the-magazine/features/1611938/in-the-hotseat-imran-ahmad.thtml
cockneyrebel
20/3/2011
11:22
18 March 2011 Last updated at 05:34 Cloud computing: How to get your business ready Tim Weber By Tim Weber Business editor, BBC News website http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-12779201 Some quotes. "This year, especially for service providers like big telecoms companies, there is an extraordinary rush underway to deploy and go live with their cloud offerings," says Bob Beauchamp, CEO of BMC Software, a firm that helps large companies to build their own cloud solutions. "The people who are most keen are those who see new revenue streams," says Mr Beauchamp. One telecoms boss told him that "time is of the essence, we must hurry and get our cloud offering out because the market is very competitive, and we don't want to be late to the market." Like Thus and KCom?
skidaddle
18/3/2011
15:27
http://www.ihotdesk.com/article/800467796/Cloud-hosted-services-to-take-off-in-2011
skidaddle
17/3/2011
15:41
results early April - nice bowl on the chart still. CR
cockneyrebel
17/3/2011
11:06
"solarno lopez - 24 Jan'11 - 12:33 - 3578 of 3759 Nay Arty I think it will be in the next 6/8weeks" I make that around now then for THE contract to be signed.
skidaddle
15/3/2011
16:25
not heard so
solarno lopez
15/3/2011
16:20
rights issue a possiiibility?
dnfa1975
15/3/2011
16:18
I am guessing that somebody took out the bulk of the 50,000 sale at 12.45 today at 15.50p with a 'buy' of 48000 wonder if its the FD on the basis that it is a buy
solarno lopez
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