Computer & Technology

ROBO Global’s HTEC Hits 100 Million AUM, Boasts 59% Annual Gain

With the exchange traded funds industry on pace for another year of record-breaking asset-gathering, plenty of smaller issuers are joining the party, a trend that’s buoyed by investors’ affinity for thematic ETFs.

The ROBO Global Healthcare Technology and Innovation ETF (HTEC) is capitalizing on those trends as it recently topped $100 million in assets under management, an impressive run for an ETF that only came to market in June 2019.

HTEC YTD Performance

“After closely monitoring the healthcare space for five years as part of our flagship index, it was clear that technological advancements would be reshaping this sector for decades to come,” said Travis Briggs, CEO of ROBO Global. “It was a natural extension for us to launch a healthcare technology index designed to capture this long-term growth opportunity.”

Home in on HTEC’s (Well-Performing) Methodology

HTEC seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and

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Here’s the Best Stock I Bought in 2020

Media-streaming technology specialist Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) had been on my radar since it produced the first set-top box that could stream Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) content in 2008. The company entered the public stock market nearly 10 years after that. It still looked like a great idea in 2017. Global interest in video-streaming services exploded last year, but I never got around to pulling the trigger on buying Roku stock.

That changed in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic turned the entertainment industry inside out. Roku’s share prices fell for some ridiculous reason, and I finally picked up a few shares near the absolute market bottom in March 2020, in two separate transactions.

Almost exactly nine months later, my Roku holdings have posted a total return of 283%. You won’t find me cashing in those winnings anytime soon, by the way. I expect Roku to be a cornerstone of

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Digital acceleration in the time of coronavirus: Asia-Pacific

A global survey of 600 technology decision-makers conducted by MIT Technology Review Insights, in association with VMware, finds that most organizations in Asia-Pacific and the world over had largely prepared for the online commerce and remote working the pandemic made compulsory. More than three quarters of Asia-Pacific organizations had made digital and IT investments—and their efforts augmented their collective ability to handle new ways of doing business.

Six out of 10 Asia-Pacific respondents indicate they had business-continuity plans in place, although less than half consider them effective. By contrast, organizations that had heavily invested in digital transformation—incorporating modern technologies in processes and strategies to achieve business goals—universally found that their plans worked. These “digital leaders,” as we refer to them in this study, have built robust digital foundations to support the technologies they need to better respond to change.

“We call ourselves a technology company,” says Gautam Aggarwal, regional chief

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Why Do You Need WEB OPTIMIZATION Companies?

Make investments time in unpaid advertising strategies to spice up your business. These excessive-high quality indicators are in a roundabout way based on Google being able to detect a certain amount of attention and energy put into your site and Google monitoring over time how customers work together along with your web site. Almost all fashionable computers use the stored-program architecture. It has develop into the main concept which defines a modern laptop. The applied sciences used to construct computers have modified because the Nineteen Forties, but many present computers nonetheless use the von-Neumann architecture.

The character of programming requires that programmers sit in front of a pc for extended lengths of time. All workers who are subject to this laptop-associated bodily inactivity need to find methods to cope with inevitable undesirable distractions, cabin fever, and lapses in productiveness. Perhaps most importantly, they have to concentrate to potential health points … Read More

Voice Recognition Tech Privacy and Cybersecurity Concerns

A new report released by Global Market Insights, Inc. last month estimates that the global market valuation for voice recognition technology will reach approximately $7 billion by 2026, in main part due to the surge of AI and machine learning across a wide array of devices including smartphones, healthcare apps, banking apps and connected cars, just to name a few. Whether performing a quick handsfree search on your phone or car command while driving, voice recognition technology has enhanced the effortlessness of consumer use. Particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies that may never have considered voice-recognition technology are now rethinking their employee access control systems, and considering touchless authorization technologies, like voice recognition, as the main form of entry into their workspace, as opposed to fingerprint scanners or keypads that increase the risk of germs or virus spreading.

But while the ease and

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JOBS! HCL Technologies to hire more than 3000 university graduates, experienced professionals



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Global technology firm, HCL Technologies Ltd (HCL) has announced its entry into Vietnam. HCL began its business operations in Vietnam in July 2020, with a goal to hire more than 3000 local university graduates and experienced professionals over the next three years.

“A key part of HCL’s business and development strategy in Vietnam will be to provide the right skilling and platforms to train graduates for career opportunities in hi-tech domains and provide them with the requisite exposure of working on global assignments. To kick start its operations in the country, a Virtual Job Fair is being organized for college graduates & experienced professionals on December 19, 2020,” HCL Technologies said in a statement.

“HCL’s local entity, HCL Vietnam Company Ltd. aims to foster growth and train the nation’s talent pool in collaboration with local ICT and Engineering institutions. From its first delivery center in

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