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Acronis SCS | March 01, 2022
Acronis SCS – an American cyber protection company dedicated to providing certified solutions to the US public sector, announced today the launch of Acronis SCS Cyber Protect Cloud, a first of its kind approach for cyber protection, ranging from backup to security. Acronis SCS Cyber Protect Cloud is designed to help drive Managed Service Providers (MSPs) operational efficiency while protecting our nation's networks. The new solution adopted by more than 19 MSPs and cloud distributors e...
SmartSimple Software | March 10, 2023
On March 09, 2023, SmartSimple Software, one of the leading providers of cloud-based solutions for government grants management, announced the launch of SmartSimple Cloud +AI. The innovative product incorporates a comprehensive AI support system that spans the entire lifecycle of government grants management, simplifying the process and lessening the administrative burden.
The first fully integrated artificial intelligence product, SmartSimple Cloud +AI is for government grants ...
Intelligent Waves | June 09, 2022
Intelligent Waves (IW), a leading IT integrator that provides the government with mission-focused multi-domain operational expertise and innovation through high-impact technology solutions, is pleased to announce that we have been named Editor's Choice as the Best Cloud Workload Protection solution by Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM), the industry's leading electronic information security publication.
Intelligent Waves is thrilled to receive one of the mo...
ICIS | January 20, 2020
The first phase trade deal between the US and China will need China to heavily expand purchases of US crude oil, and that could mean potentially over 60% of China’s additional crude imports in 2020 will be grabbed by the US, according to ICIS analysts. Under the phase one deal signed on Wednesday, China will increase imports of US energy products by $52.4bn in two years, with around 35% ($18.5bn) for 2020 and some 65% ($33.9bn) for 2021. That gives energy a share of 26% in the total $200bn...
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