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Insight Helps Transform Businesses Through Managed Hardware, Software, and Server Infrastructure Solutions


Insight specializes in cloud enablement, data, AI, DevOps, app development, server infrastructure, the IoT, and edge computing, among other capabilities. The division’s core software product, the Insight Connected Platform, is a scalable IoT solution that allows users to manage devices and gather data on day-to-day operations. Use cases exist for deploying the solution in factories, hospitals, stores, and restaurants alike, providing them with visibility over entire networks of intelligent devices and sensors.

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The Most Gender Diverse Executive Teams in Tech in 2021

by The Org

Insight is one of the most gender diverse executive teams out of these 16 featured tech companies. Currently, women make up the majority of the Insight leadership team with six women on its 10 member executive team.

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At Insight, Values are More Than a Sign on a Wall

by Montreal Gazette

Insight announced its Canadian operations landed on the 2021 Montréal's Top Employers list, published annually by the Montreal Gazette and Mediacorp Canada Inc. as a part of Canada’s Top 100 Employers project.

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Women in Cloud: Changing the Global Narrative With Insight and IBM

by CRNtv

Amy Protexter, Insight senior vice president of marketing, catches up with CRNtv at the Women In Cloud Digital Summit 2021 to discuss how a diverse workforce leads to greater productivity, innovation and job satisfaction. She shares Insight's best practices to encourage diversity of thought within the organization, including teammate resource groups to help everyone have a voice.

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Innovation in Construction Leading the Way to Economic Recovery

by Business in Edmonton

PCL Construction, working in concert with WZMH Architects and Citizen Care Pods Corporation, has been collaborating with Insight and Microsoft to remotely deploy COVID-19 testing pods, called Citizen Care Pods. The solution is one of many innovative ways that Edmonton companies are helping the province of Alberta bounce back from the pandemic.

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Tuscon is Building a Community Wireless Network

by StateScoop

The City of Tucson is working with Insight Public Sector and the Cloud + Data Center Transformation team to bridge the digital divide experienced by its underserved communities. Insight is helping the city build its own community wireless network, which will provide free broadband access to teleworkers and families of online students in need, while creating a foundation for future smart-city initiatives.

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11 Arizona Companies Represented on the 2021 Corporate Equality Index for LGBTQ Workplace Equality

by Phoenix Business Journal

Insight is one of four Arizona-based companies that scored 95 or higher on this year’s Corporate Equality Index, a survey measuring LGBTQ equality in the workplace. Eleven Arizona companies in all participated in the study by the Human Rights Campaign foundation.

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Five Ways To Close Cybersecurity Gaps Created By The Pandemic

by Forbes

Equipping employees to work from home has enabled organizations across the country to maintain operations throughout the pandemic, but it also has unleashed a new wave of security threats. In Insight CEO Ken Lamneck's latest Forbes column, he outlines five defensive measures that can help IT teams minimize the risk of cyberattacks and associated damage to the business.

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Lessons From The Covid-19 Surge In Remote Work

by Forbes

Insight was featured in this Forbes article. According to research from Insight, only 24% of IT leaders said their organizations experienced no downtime, and 44% experienced downtime of more than two weeks.

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Learnings From Our Mass Experiment in Remote Work

by Dice Insights

Mark Wavle is the national lead for Agile Enablement Services on Insight Enterprises’ Digital Innovation team and is featured in Dice Insights with his most recent byline article. Great talent lives all over—not just commuting distance from a company’s headquarters. Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, many teams knew that flexible working policies can be important factors in recruiting and retaining top teammates. Hybrid-distributed teams—where some members are remote—were increasingly common. Now, every member of a team who can work from home is working from home.

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What Worked And What Didn't: Three Ways Businesses Will Be Forever Changed

by Forbes

President and CEO of Insight, Ken Lamneck is featured in Forbes with his most recent byline. The Covid-19 pandemic thrust the world into uncertainty, but as we begin to return to "the new normal," we're starting to take note of more permanent changes to the ways we work and live. The immediate changes, like the shift to remote work, were made in a reactive state. Today, however, we find ourselves with the opportunity to be reflective, where we're rethinking our architectures and considering the best ways to move forward, keeping safety and efficiency top-of-mind.

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Fortune 500 company founded in 1988 in Tempe, Arizona.

Super solution integrator and global provider of IT hardware, software and service solutions.

Insight has operations in 19 countries with 11,000+ teammates worldwide.

We have partnerships with 6,000+ software and hardware manufacturers and publishers.

We’re Microsoft’s largest global partner.

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