The original play on cloud computing, Cramer said Thursday, is IntraLinks.
Formed in 1996, this New York City-based company provides products that allow customers to work both inside and outside the firewall, making it easier for companies on different networks to do business. It provides a safe and secure digital network, so coroporations can make transactions outside their client's firewall and gain access to confidential information.
On Thursday morning, Intralinks reported positive quarterly results. It delivered 14 cents of earnings a share, which is a 4 cent beat, on stronger-than-expected revenues that rose 33 percent year-over-year. To learn more about its results and what's ahead, Cramer spoke with CEO Andrew Damico. Check out the video to see his full interview.
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