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2016

Gifts from Santa included jobs, businesses and higher wages

by Ilana Lowery

It’s that special time of the year when we experience the joys and good will of the holiday season.

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3 Ways to Stop Millennials From Fleeing Your Company

by Ken Lamneck

As business leaders, we need to understand and appreciate our newest generations in order to attract and retain them. My daughter is a millennial. Recently I asked her when she uses email, and she stated matter-of-factly: when she has to talk to old people.

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CRN's 2016 Products Of The Year

by Kyle Alspach

Samsung's Notebook 9 laptop "was designed with the mobile business professional in mind," said Bob Kane, senior vice president of product marketing at Tempe, Ariz.-based Insight Enterprises.

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Using Big Data for better health outcomes

by Christine Kern

The speed and scale of the current challenges and demands experienced by today’s healthcare organizations are unprecedented. The creation of ever-increasing amounts of data, coupled with the application of new advances in treatment, diagnosis and analytics, means that healthcare is on the brink of some major developments. The promise of analytics lies in its ability to transform healthcare into a truly data-driven culture.

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Slow services shift generates rise of hybrid cloud

by Naomi Eide

Technology strategists frequently wax poetic about the benefits of the cloud. The promise of outsourcing infrastructure and freeing up staff from daily systems maintenance is a lure that many enterprises cannot ignore.

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10 Things To Know About The Insight Enterprises-Datalink Deal

by Michael Novinson

Bulking Up In The Data Center Insight Enterprises undertook a major data center offensive Monday through its planned $258 million acquisition of Datalink, No. 45 on the 2016 CRN Solution Provider 500.

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Why Shares of Datalink Corp. Are Surging Today

by Timothy Green

"The strength of Datalink's world-class data center capabilities combined with Insight's scale and breadth of offerings will bolster our ability to deliver solutions for complex business problems across an expanded footprint of clients," said Datalink COO Shawn O'Grady. "This combination gives our team significant new opportunities to help more organizations elevate and transform their IT."

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Insight Enterprises buys Minnesota public company for $258M

by Hayley Ringle

Tempe-based technology solutions provider Insight Enterprises Inc. is acquiring Minnesota-based Datalink Corp. for $258 million to bolster its data center solutions.

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Insight Enterprises reports sales boost in latest quarter

by Hayley Ringle

Insight Enterprises Inc. reported a 4 percent increase in sales driven by increases in all three operating markets, including more than $1 billion of net sales in North America.

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Cloud security: What financial institutions should know

by Alma Causey

When it comes to the cloud, security is something that should never be overlooked, especially when it comes to financial institutions.

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Older Persons Day: The gray revolution

by Hit Leaders & News

Oct. 1 was the International Day of Older Persons, established by the United Nations in 1990 and commonly known as Older Persons Day.

Aging has changed dramatically, and so have the demographics of older people – there are far more of them, and they are living longer. Many people worry that a social and economic catastrophe could result from caring for them.

But technology might just solve the problem.

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UBI Technology Can Help Retailers Reinvent Themselves at a Critical Time

by The Street

Retailers worldwide are hyper focused on new formats and strategies to serve and engage consumers. Technology is playing a key role in this ongoing process as retailers look to create a consistent, user friendly experience online and at bricks-and-mortar locations. They must do this while adapting to changing consumer trends and remaining true to their brands.

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Pharmacy: From guesswork to laboratory precision

by HIT Leaders and News

The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) is celebrating World Pharmacists Day on September 25 in a fun, modern way. The FIP invites pharmacists to show their support by posting social media pictures with the official FIP Twibbons or specially designed “I care for you” placards in alignment with this year’s theme, “Pharmacists: Caring for you”. The ancient profession has come a long. Let’s take a quick look at its progression.

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What it means if Avnet sells its local tech solutions business unit to a Florida competitor

by Phoenix Business Journal

It’s too early to say what the pending acquisition for Phoenix-based Avnet Inc.’s technology solutions business unit means to its 635 local employees.

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Insight, Logicalis CEOs: Tech Data-Avnet Deal Will Be Major Win For Channel Partners

by CRN

Tech Data's purchase of Avnet's technology business will allow the distributors to marry Tech Data's low cost structure with Avnet's technical expertise, according to executives of two of Avnet's top channel partners.

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12 Massive M&A Deals Reshaping The Channel: August 2016

by CRN

Insight Enterprises purchased Microsoft's 2014 Australian Enterprise Partner of the Year to strengthen its digital transformation capabilities around cloud, mobility and business analytics.

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Insight Enterprises boosts digital capabilities with Ignia acquisition

by ARNnet

Insight Enterprises is ramping up its Asia Pacific capabilities with the acquisition of Australian business technology consulting and managed services provider, Ignia.

Ignia, which is based in Perth with a secondary office in Melbourne, specialises in digital transformation, delivering solutions for organisational agility, productivity, and competitive performance.

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Insight Enterprise snaps up Ignia

by Channel Life AU

Perth-based Ignia has been snapped up by Insight Enterprises in a deal designed to expand Insight’s global footprint across application design, digital solutions, cloud, mobility and business analytics.

Both companies are strong Microsoft partners, picking up numerous partner awards from the vendor.

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Insight acquires Ignia in major Microsoft merger

by CRN AU

Insight Enterprises has acquired Perth-based Ignia in another major merger within the Microsoft channel.

Ignia has been a high-performing part of the Microsoft channel, notching up big wins with the likes of Cash Converters and WA Police, as well as appearing in the last two CRN Fast50 awards. The company was No.22 in the 2015 CRN Fast50, having grown revenue 60 percent to hit $12.2 million.

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Global Impact: Arizona

by American Airlines Magazine

As they see it, Arizona possesses many of the qualities that its companies need to flourish on a world stage, from a young, available workforce, to a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem—not to mention an advantageous location that provides access to 65 million consumers within a single day’s drive.

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Cloud services: Market opportunity bypasses many channel companies

by Tech Target

Cloud computing, a technology businesses of all sizes have heavily adopted, beckons as a market opportunity for channel partners, but many have yet to answer the call of the cloud services market. That's one finding of TechTarget's annual Channel Directions survey, which polled 565 channel partners worldwide. The online survey, administered in July, discovered that more than half of the respondents (54.7%) don't offer any cloud services. About 40% answered in the affirmative.

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The state of the cloud in healthcare

by HIT Leaders & News

In comparison to other industries, companies in the healthcare sector often underutilize cloud technology, which can make them more nimble, secure and cost-effective. Infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals will agree that cloud computing not only transforms and modernizes a company’s approach, but it’s also the perfect solution to three common problems in the industry.

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What Is Next for Macy's, Following Its Plan to Close 100 Stores?

by The Street

With Macy's (M) recent announcement that it will close 100 stores, many investors are left wondering what is next for the retail giant. Because Macy's is the largest department store operator in the U.S., this is a big deal. The store closings will put many employees out of work and deprive malls of all sizes of their anchor tenants.

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Insight Enterprises reports earnings increase in latest quarter

by Phoenix Business Journal

Insight Enterprises Inc. reported a modest 2 percent increase in net sales year over year in its most recently completed quarter. The Tempe-based company (Nasdaq: NSIT) reported a net income of $35.1 million, or 96 cents per share, on revenue of $1.46 billion for the quarter which ended June 30.

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Insight Enterprises says move to cloud having no impact on profits

by CRN

The notion that the shift from on-premise to cloud-based software is a margin killer for resellers has been quashed by the CEO of Insight Enterprises. Ken Lamneck intimated on a Q2 earnings call that rising sales of Office 365, Azure and other cloud solutions is, if anything, bolstering the global reseller's bottom line as it reported a Q2 profit hike.

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Insight US Opening Sales Center In Conway, Adding 50 Jobs

by Talk Business & Politics

Conway has landed another Fortune 500 company. Already home to top-tier companies such as Acxiom, HP, International Paper and Kimberly-Clark, Insight – a global provider of information technology solutions – announced it will add a sales center in the Meadows Office and Technology Park in Conway. Talk Business & Politics reports Insight expects to hire 50 more workers in Conway to its new, existing workforce of around 170.

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Insight Enterprises Takes on HPE Employees in Conway

by Arkansas Business

Insight Enterprises Inc. of Tempe, Arizona, announced Tuesday that it has hired 175 Hewlett Packard Enterprise employees and set up shop with HPE in the Meadows Office and Technology Park in Conway.

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Insight adds sales center to Conway

by thecabin.net

Insight Enterprises, Inc., a Fortune 500 company and a leading global provider of information technology solutions, announced the company had moved into the Meadows Office and Technology Park in Conway.

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Is Microsoft Azure right for your healthcare organization?

by HIT Leaders and News

Offering world-class privacy, compliance and security capabilities at a low cost, healthcare organizations can easily take advantage of the many benefits Microsoft Azure provides. Also, Azure doesn’t have to be used in place of your existing infrastructure – you can also take advantage of a hybrid cloud, using this leading cloud-computing platform as an extension of your present environment.

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5 Channel Partner Updates

by CHANNELe2e

Good morning, channel partners. Here are five technology news updates, insights, chatter, and plenty more to sip on for Monday, August 1, 2016. Actually, there are 15 entries for VARs, managed services providers (MSPs), cloud services providers (CSPs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) to sip on. Take a look…

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Today's channel rundown – 1 August 2016

by Channelnomics

Welcome to today's channel rundown, containing vital news and analysis on the channel's comings and goings.

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IoT Channel Chronicles: How Microsoft Partner BlueMetal Profited From Smart Refrigerators

by CRN

BlueMetal, acquired by Insight Company almost a year ago, has been leveraging its partnerships to profit from the Internet of Things for almost two years.

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Mobile data backup tool: 3 must-have features that CIOs should consider

by CIOReview

Though the significance of 1st April is well known but that doesn't overshadow the magnitude of the day preceding it! 31st March, over the last few years has been known as World Backup Day.

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Concur Counting On New Channel Program To Accelerate SMB Sales Growth

by CRN

Concur, the SAP-owned travel and expense management application developer, is launching its first formal partner program with an eye toward leveraging the channel to reach more small and midsize customers.

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Insight teaching Guadalupe kids about electronics, engineering

by Phoenix Business Journal

Insight Enterprises Inc. recently helped kids at the Guadalupe Boys and Girls Club build computers. Insight’s “Tech to Me” program helps underprivileged children get the exposure to electronics and engineering that might inspire them to pursue a technical education, providing more opportunities in life for them and their families.

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Small Business Office Basics Still Matter

by Small Business Computing

Today's entrepreneurs undeniably embrace the cloud and run their businesses on go-anywhere smartphones and tablets, at least in part. With the ability to trade documents across town (or the country) in the blink of an eye and send invoices from the breakfast table, the days of traditional office equipment are numbered, right?

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7 Skills Every Business Icon Has in Common

by Fortune

Don’t be intimidated by title. The Fortune 500 Insiders Network is an online community where top executives from the Fortune 500 share ideas and offer leadership advice with Fortune’s global audience. Mike Guggemos, chief information officer at Insight Enterprises, has answered the question: What can 20-somethings do to set themselves up for success?

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Vaccine Smart-Fridge Aims to Make Drug Storage Foolproof

by IOT Journal

Weka Health Solutions is a Boston-based firm that uses a range of technologies to serve the pharmaceutical industry—specifically for clinical trial recruitment, anti-counterfeiting measures, patient management and vaccine distribution. After working with BlueMetal, an interactive design and technology-architecture firm, Weka Solutions has developed a system to securely dispense and track perishable vaccines via a cloud-connected customized refrigerator.

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69 Percent of SMBs Focus IT Budget on Emerging Tech

by Small Business Trends

Sixty-nine percent of small and medium-sized businesses are devoting part of their IT budget for 2016 to newer and emerging technologies. These include technologies like 3D printers and wearable devices, as well as dashboard and data visualization software applications. The stat comes from a new survey-based whitepaper by technology company Insight Enterprises Inc. (NASDAQ: NSIT).

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Channel: Lack of cloud governance model complicates adoption story

by Tech Target

As the story of cloud computing continues to unfold, channel partners are encountering some interesting and perhaps unexpected plot twists. Recent research suggests organizations continue to push decisively to the cloud. Survey results released last week by Insight Enterprises, a hardware, software, cloud and service provider based in Tempe, Ariz., revealed that more than 80% of organizations plan to invest in cloud services in 2016.

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12 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know

by Small Biz Daily

Free Advice on Tuesdays, Lessons from the Summer Olympics, Email Tips, The State of the Omnichannel and More Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

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4 Arizona companies land on latest Fortune 500 list

by Phoenix Business Journal

Four Arizona companies ranked in the 2016 Fortune 500 list, which released this week.

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Small Business IT Scores Middling Grades

by Small Business Computing.com

The grades are in, and they're not the type that proud parents stick on their refrigerators for the entire world to see. Responding to a new survey released today by Insight Enterprises, 47 percent of small businesses ranked the technologies that their organizations rely on for their day-to-day work.

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Mobile + medicine = change — good change

by HIT Leaders and News

Mobility is enhancing the delivery of healthcare in the clinic and in the home. Paper charts are giving way to electronic health record (EHR) apps that physicians and nurses tote about on a tablet, laptop or other mobile device. Patients once kept in the hospital extra days “for observation” are being sent home with monitoring devices that sense vital signs like blood pressure, blood chemistry and heart rate. They transmit this data back to the hospital via wireless communication. Even the stethoscope is going digital, capturing recordings that can be visualized and scrutinized from desktop or mobile devices.

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Exclusive: How two local entrepreneurs revived the TMNT franchise

by Phoenix Business Journal

The revival of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” might never have happened if it wasn’t for two local entrepreneurs: one who was a huge fan of the animated crime-fighting turtles, and the other who is always looking for an interesting business deal.

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Indy 500 Embraces Technology With Microsoft Azure And IoT

by Forbes

History is being made today. The Indianapolis 500—one of the most coveted and iconic races in the world—is being run in Indianapolis, Indiana for the 100th time. As if that milestone isn’t significant enough, this is also the first ever sellout crowd, and the Indy 500 is teaming up with BlueMetal and Microsoft MSFT +0.59% to launch cutting edge technology that fundamentally changes the way fans will engage with the event.

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Big Data Trends: 38 Top Experts on the Biggest Trends

by Big Data Analytics

You know it. As we speak, big data is transforming businesses and our very lives. But exactly how? What are the key trends in big data that are changing how we work? Which of these trends are your competitors leveraging to get an edge in the industry? We asked one question to 35 well known experts in big data, “What’s one current trend in big data analytics that you are excited about?”

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Best practices for healthcare data centers

by HIT Leaders & News

Healthcare data centers are subject to such complex demands that it can be challenging to diagnose and prescribe the best way forward when contemplating change. In the same way that multiple medical disciplines are united to work together smoothly within a healthcare facility, so must the many IT systems that support these disciplines, including providing seamless integration with foundational systems such as practice management, the databases supporting Electronic Health Records (EHRs), and integration of mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Next Generation Technology

by Medium

Frontline IT professionals categorize “business impact” of next generation technologies by how quickly they plan to adopt or address them. Cycle time to adopt determines whether the “innovation” is transformative, lackluster, or its utility is still too vague to tell.

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New technologies help doctors achieve precision, efficiency

by HIT Leaders and News

Though house calls may have been replaced by video screens, and instruments in the little black bag by sophisticated imaging, today’s doctors are every bit as dedicated to patient welfare as their predecessors. Thanks to emerging technologies, they can diagnose problems with amazing precision and deliver faster, more efficient care. While we officially take a moment on March 30 to celebrate Doctors’ Day in the era of high-tech medicine, we can always show our appreciation to medical practitioners.

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Support for SQL Server 2005 ends Tuesday - are you ready?

by PC World

Tuesday marks the end of support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and that means companies relying on it are just about out of time. There will be no more updates from Microsoft, so staying with the software could open you up to a host of risks.

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Arizona companies hiring 100 or more in April

by Arizona Republic

The school year is winding down but many districts are still hiring, along with other employers around the state. Here are more than 80 companies, government entities and non-profit organizations collectively advertising more than 25,000 open positions this month. Each of these employers is looking to fill at least 100 jobs.

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HPE shifts 200 inside sales jobs to Insight Enterprises

by Channelnomics

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has asked 200 inside sales reps working at its facility in Conway, AR to move to similar jobs at Tempe, AZ-headquartered solution provider Insight Enterprises.

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Healthcare data insecurity: Lack of access controls or tech advances?

by HIT Leaders and News

When it comes to protecting personal health information, legacy processes are just as vulnerable as legacy operating systems, hardware and software. In other words, the lack of proper access controls for technological advancements in healthcare, leaves private data susceptible to attack.

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Bridging the Gap Between Marketing and IT

by Harvard Business Review

The digital marketplace has created a business imperative that every company be — in some way — a technology company. This means that IT departments are being pulled out of their traditional “gate keeper” role of protecting the core technology infrastructure to collaborate across the enterprise to drive business outcomes.

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15 Tech Companies Doing Cool Stuff In The Channel Right Now

by CRN

Insight Enterprises plans to invest heavily in its cloud platform over the next couple of quarters to build out Infrastructure-as-a-Service consumption abilities and enhance management capabilities through improved dashboards.

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Data Security Remains Top Concern For Tech Leaders

by Business Solutions Magazine

While the vast majority of corporate technology decision-makers anticipate tech spending to remain the same or increase for 2016, tech leaders say their current IT infrastructures rate only a “B Minus” grade and 65 percent report concern about disruption from technology innovation, according to an Insight Enterprises report.

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Executive Perspective: Ken Lamneck

by martinwolf

Editor’s Note: In this month’s issue of Executive Perspective, martinwolf interviews Ken Lamneck, President & CEO of Insight. Ken holds more than 20 years of industry experience, having begun his career as an engineer at IBM following five years in the US Army. He rose through the ranks at Arrow Electronics, becoming president of the company’s Industrial Computer Products business. Following a period as President of the Americas for Tech Data Corp., Ken joined Insight in 2010.

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Why IT Faces Difficulties in Adopting New Tech

by CIO Insight

The majority of IT professionals say the current tech in place at their organization is keeping them from acquiring and implementing new tech, according to a recent survey from Insight Enterprises. This leaves them with a current state of IT infrastructure that performs at less than superior levels, findings reveal. What's more, these IT pros confide that they're very concerned about disruption from tech innovation--with competitive pressures created by the actions of both direct competitors and new rivals from outside industries.

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Tech Leaders Worry About Disruption, Data Security

by Education News

Insight Enterprises, a Fortune 500 company that provides technology to many educational institutions and school districts across the US, conducted a survey of over 400 IT professionals from a wide variety of industries to find that many of these professionals are worried about disruption.

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What CIOs need to know about hybrid tablets

by CIO.com

As hybrid devices become more popular with consumers, they're starting to find their place in the enterprise. However, there is a lot to consider before you decide to deploy them company-wide.

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Partner’s Study: Disruption, Infrastructures Top Corporate IT Concerns

by IT Best of Breed

With cyberattacks on the rise, data security is the top worry for technology leaders, the Insight survey found, with 69 percent of respondents citing data privacy as their top concern.

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Tech Spending on the Rise in 2016 – But Tech Leaders Give Companies a “B Minus” for Current IT Infrastructure

by CIO Dive

Insight Enterprises Intelligent Technology Index Finds That Two in Three Tech Decision-Makers are Concerned about Being Disrupted.

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Despite earlier industry forecasts to the contrary, new report predicts tech spending will increase this year

by FierceCIO

Most corporate IT leaders expect their budgets to hold steady or increase in 2016, according to a new report from IT services company Insight Enterprises. In fact, 48 percent of the 403 IT decision makers polled for Insight's first annual "Intelligent Technology Index" said they anticipated expanding their IT budgets by an average of 22 percent over their 2015 spending.

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Businesses spending more on tech, worrying more about IT disruption

by CIO Magazine

IT budgets are on the rise in 2016 as tech leaders struggle with existing IT infrastructure that is proving a hindrance to adopting new technology.

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Rise And Fall Of The Chief Data Officer

by InformationWeek

The C suite is expanding with more roles dedicated to data and analytics. The Chief Data Officer, or CDO, is one of these roles seen more often in some industries than others. The position may evolve with time. We explain some of the dynamics that cause CDOs to succeed and fail.

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Insight EMEA Ship Shape Again, Says CEO

by CRN UK

Insight Enterprises' EMEA operations are stronger than they have been in years, the global reseller's CEO said on its latest earnings call.

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Insight EMEA 'strongest it has been in years'

by Channelnomics

Insight Enterprises' CEO used its latest earnings call to heap praise on the progress its EMEA operations have made since suffering a spell in the doldrums a couple of years ago.

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Insight Enterprises Reports Quarterly Sales Decrease, Hiring 100 Positions

by Phoenix Business Journal

Insight Enterprises Inc. reported a 4 percent decrease in net sales in its fourth quarter, while also reporting a 1 percent sales increase for 2015 compared to the previous year.

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Insight Enterprises Posts 4Q Profit

by Associated Press

Insight Enterprises Inc. (NSIT) on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $18.6 million.

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Fringe technology driving changes to PACS environment

by PARCA E-News

Insight is a Fortune 500-ranked global provider of hardware, software, cloud and service solutions for business, government, healthcare and educational institutions. Insight provides clients with guidance and expertise in selecting, implementing and managing complex technology solutions to drive outcomes. Chief Information Officer Mike Guggemos is a recognized leader in IT and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal blog, Forbes, and other publications. He spoke at a recent information technology event about survival tips for IT administrators navigating the evolution from information technology to intelligent technology. PARCA eNews spoke with Mr. Guggemos about how those changes in information technology impact PACS administrators.

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Red Hat Expands Partner Reach With New Insight Enterprises Deal

by CRN

Top-flight solution provider Insight Enterprises took a big step into cloud Tuesday, signing a deal with open-source software vendor Red Hat that allows Insight to act as a distributor to smaller service providers.

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CIOs Risk Losing Their Place in the Boardroom

by Channel Pro

Research released today by Insight UK reveals that CIOs risk losing their place at the boardroom table as other senior execs increasingly look to take over IT decision making.

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Schools Gain Cloud Confidence

by District Administration

A convergence of market maturity, increased availability of high-capacity bandwidth and a track record of security has more K12 districts trusting their mission-critical administrative software to the cloud.

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Survey Highlights the Ever-changing Role of the CIO

by IT ProPortal

The findings of a new survey from Insight UK have highlighted the role that an increased prominence of technology in the workplace is having on the continuing shift of the CIO role.

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Security and Innovation Driving Transformation of the CIO - study

by Information Age

Research highlights growing importance of IT in the workplace, with eight in ten business decision makers planning to invest more over the next year.

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2016 Must-Watch Trends for CIOs

by Forbes

January marks the month of forward-looking trend pieces. We all want to know what’s next. How do we prepare? How do we make better decisions? It’s no different for CIOs. To some this may sound too practical and fundamental – as most look for some cure-all, big idea – but the primary focus of 2016 is simple: CIOs must be diligent when it comes to understanding what matters most to their organization and evolve network architecture to support it.

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Talent Retention Challenge Will Be An Emerging Channel Threat In 2016

by Business Solutions Magazine

As technology becomes increasingly complex, there will be stiffer competition to attract and retain skilled cybersecurity and IT talent in the workplace. Channelnomics has identified talent retention as one of the top emerging threats for 2016, with cybercrime as a key driver.

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TD Ameritrade Launches New App for Windows 10

by TD Ameritrade

TD Ameritrade for Windows 10, developed in partnership with Microsoft and application modernization firm, BlueMetal, gives clients the freedom to stay in touch with their portfolios, wherever they are. Focused on the essentials, it’s ideal for users of the tdameritrade.com client trading website.

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The Shift to Intelligent Technology and What it Means for the Federal Sector

by The Hill

The perception that the private sector outpaces the public sector in the adoption and implementation of new technologies is not without merit. However, the shift to intelligent technology is one that is public/private agnostic. Until recently, IT professionals in the federal sector, similar to the private one, were focused on keeping infrastructure and internal applications at the largest government organizations humming and were the people who requested budgets for tools which did things most people did not understand.

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There Is No War For IT Talent, You Just Need A Better Workplace

by Forbes.com

If you aren’t thinking about how to optimize IT talent in 2016, then you may want to rearrange your priorities for the new year. Talent retention, acquisition and ignition have never been more critical for IT leaders than they are today. Having a strong IT talent base is what allows organizations to innovate, to be competitive and to disrupt. I’ll give you my premise now: There is no shortage of IT talent. We are after the same skills, but we are not after the same people. What’s the key indicator of success for a new hire? Cultural fit. We don’t all need to be Google, but we do need to become more thoughtful about IT talent and the workplace.

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