Day: November 19, 2020

Calculated Systems Announces to Accelerate Business Intelligence Across Cloud Seller Marketplaces

DETROIT, Nov. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Calculated Systems, a leader in collecting, mapping and transforming cloud data, announced today it has launched a multi-cloud insights dashboard. This automated dashboard provides a single view of cloud customer behavior, making it easy to understand where your cloud sales and usage trends are across AWS, GCP and/or Azure cloud platforms.

A multi-cloud dashboard for ISVs, reduces the manual efforts for complex data collection from cloud

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Home Depot reunites with HD Supply in deal valued at $8B

Home Depot is reuniting with former subsidiary HD Supply, buying the company in a deal valued at about $8 billion.

The acquisition will give Home Depot a stronger hand in the contractor and professional side of its business, which is booming during the pandemic, just like its more consumer facing, DIY sales.

HD Supply is a distributor of maintenance, repair and operations products in the multifamily and hospitality markets. Home Depot initially bought HD Supply

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Medford Finance Director says city is in good shape

Neil Zolot
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The City Council heard a long awaited update on finances for the first quarter of fiscal 2021 from Finance Director Aleesha Nunley-Benjamin at their meeting Tuesday, Nov. 10. The news was pretty good.

“The city is meeting target revenue estimates,” the report begins. “The city conservatively estimated a 10 percent cut to local aid. Fortunately, the governor committed to level fund. Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act funding couldn’t be

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Want Vision Insurance? Now Is the Time to Enroll

Military family members and retirees interested in vision insurance should know that they are now eligible to enroll in the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP).

While some Tricare plans offer limited vision exam benefits — usually only every two years unless there is another health problem — they offer very limited glasses or contact lens coverage.

Last year, military family members and retirees became eligible for FEDVIP, which is the same insurance

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