Insight Public Sector Named as Principal Technology Partner for Cyber Bytes Foundation Advanced Technology Labs Insight Public Sector brings technology experts, equipment and training from 15 leading global solutions providers to the Quantico Cyber Hub Business Wire TEMPE, Ariz. -- March 31, 2021 Insight Enterprises (NASDAQ:NSIT), the global integrator of Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ for organizations of all sizes, today announced a partnership between Insight Public Sector and the Cyber Bytes Foundation (CBF) to launch the Advanced Technology Labs at the Quantico Cyber Hub (QCH), based in Stafford, Virginia. QCH will serve as a cyber research, innovation and training hub
Yesterday was a rough day for stocks, especially technology stocks. They continue to get hammered as rates pushed higher. Now, the is starting to strengthening as well, and that could further complicate the situation.
The had a monster move yesterday, rising by almost 14 bps, to finish at -61 bps. The TIP still has a lot of ground to cover before making up for its lack of participation since the beginning of August. Since Aug. 1, the Treasury is up more than 100 bps, while the 10-year TIP is around 40.
TORONTO — Gains in the technology sector helped lift Canada’s main stock index to a positive close as U.S. markets were mixed and the Canadian dollar lost ground against the American greenback on Tuesday.
North American markets returned to a more typical low-volume Christmas week activity level after Monday’s “overblown” reaction to news of a new strain of the coronavirus in the United Kingdom, said Craig Jerusalim, senior portfolio manager at CIBC Asset Management.
Investors appeared to take some comfort from suggestions that while the new strain may be more readily transmitted, it may
An inquiry into growing Australia’s agriculture sector to AU$100 billion by 2030 has highlighted that digital technology will be key to driving growth in Australia’s agriculture.
The inquiry, conducted by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Agriculture and Water Resources and chaired by Liberal MP Rick Wilson, estimated that digital agriculture could add AU$20 billion to the value of the sector.
“A boost of this size would, by itself, cover the projected shortfall required to reach the AU$100 billion by 2030 target,” the Growing Australia report [PDF] said.
The inquiry was launched last September to investigate whether the National
Insight Public Sector’s discussion forum will help educational organizations find solutions for their EdTech and remote education challenges… Read more