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Which Israeli company is tracking its employees and who raised $48 million?

Which Israeli company is tracking its employees and who raised $48 million?

CTech Daily Roundup: This company’s tools give employers a sneak peek at their workers' productivity at home

CTech | 22:38  29.06.2020
This company’s tools give employers a sneak peek at their workers' productivity at home. Erez Buganim, deputy CEO of Tel Aviv-listed workforce management company SYNEL, believes companies must find ways to learn what their employees’ are doing when working from home during and after the Covid-19 era. Read more

BlackRock senior strategist optimistic markets to recover within six months. "Under the baseline scenario where there is no resurgence of the pandemic which brings further shutdowns we do expect a fairly strong recovery in the second half of this year and going forward,"

said Isabelle Mateos y Lago.Watch more

Some employers are tracking the productivity of their employees. Photo: Courtesy Some employers are tracking the productivity of their employees. Photo: Courtesy Some employers are tracking the productivity of their employees. Photo: Courtesy

Artlist announces $48 million in new funding to help grow catalog of content for video creators. The Israel-based startup aims to meet the increasing demand for video content as global viewership numbers skyrocket. Read more

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Israeli cyber startup Cynet closes $18 million funding round. The B+ round was joined by two strategic investors, Merlin International and Deutsche Telekom. Read more

IAI and Iron Drone partner to integrate interception skills into anti-drone systems. The collaboration will ensure that Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) can protect the country’s skies from unwanted unmanned attacks. Read more

Software deployment company CodeFresh raises $27 million. CodeFresh offers tools for the development, testing, and deployment of apps on the Kubernetes open-source container orchestration system and intends to use the funding for R&D. Read more

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