BitTorrent preps secure private Dropbox alternative called Sync

first_imgBitTorrent Sync is coming, and it’s going to offer a very different take on multi-device file synchronization than what current apps like Dropbox, SkyDrive, and SugarSync do. Sync shoves aside the cloud locker and instead opts take care of business using good old P2P transfers.Client apps are available for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems, and there’s also a web-based version that can be utilized on NAS devices. Your data is transmitted securely, and it’s only shared with the people you want to share it with. As you would expect, synchronization happens silently in the background. The bigger the private swarm you establish for your sync jobs, the faster the transfers will occur… and the more redundant your backups become.There are some tradeoffs, of course. The biggest may be that many of your devices are probably sharing the same internet connection at any given time. The fact that you’ve got multiple seeds at hand to potentially accelerate transfers won’t matter since everything’s trying to squeeze out the same pipe. You’ll also be giving up a bit of convenience. More traditional sync services give you access to all your files via a web app, too. While you could certainly configure your router to allow access to a web-based management interface for an app like BitTorrent Sync, it’s not nearly the same kind of hassle-free setup Dropbox or Google Drive provides.Still, Sync is only in the pre-alpha development phase right now — and if anything is clear from watching BitTorrent’s other apps evolve over the years, it’s that you never can tell what the company is going to do next. When your motivation is to “make a better Internet using P2P,” just about anything is fair game.If you’re interested in checking BitTorrent Sync out, head to the source link below and sign yourself up.More at BitTorrent and TorrentFreaklast_img read more

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The point of difference

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Dimitra Donoudis is one of the most elegant women I have ever met. It is not only because of her slim Greek goddess physique, a statuesque figure that gives this business woman a Parisian aura without her even realising. It’s the way she smiles, the way she talks about her career and, of course, the way she dresses. In my eyes, she epitomises the romantic face of fashion, that of the long-gone ‘Coco Chanels’ of the fashion industry. On closer look, and after talking with Dimitra about her business of 25 years, I realise that the owner and director of City Fashion has a sharp business mind. She is widely known in the Greek Australian business community as the quiet achiever. Theodore & Scanlan, Anthea Crawford, Perri Cutten, Sportscraft and many more upmarket fashion designers were Dimitra’s clients through her long involvement in clothes manufacturing. They trusted her passion for perfection throughout the years. She migrated from Cyprus at the age of 17, months after the Turkish invasion. As well as her longstanding dream to become involved in fashion she was armed with a survivor’s instinct instilled in her the moment she saw the Turkish planes bombard her hometown in Cyprus. She was determined to make it into fashion; a correspondence course in fashion design was the easy and most economical option for the new migrant. She did well at her studies but even better when she opened her first manufacturing business. Leading Melbourne fashion designers regard her these days as the best of the best in Melbourne. About a year and a half ago a new designer approached her. Mary Leptos’ vision was so similar to Dimitra’s. “Mary started this shop in South Yarra. The name of the business is Rania Leptos. She wanted to make a point of difference with her designs. I really connected with her. She wanted to approach the corporate woman; women who want to dress beautifully and practically. Easy, elegant and good quality clothes is my thing,” Dimitra says. It was not only the creative side of Mary that inspired Dimitra, it was also a very emotive story behind the brand name ‘Rania Leptos’. Mary’s Cypriot grandmother was Rania Leptos. Mary had a close relationship with her as a young woman and had promised, that when she gave birth to a daughter she would give the child her grandmother’s name. Mary never had children; so she decided to christen her new shop Rania Leptos. “I was moved, and when I do business I decide with my brain and my heart,” says Dimitra. “I manufacture her designs. I’m the soul behind the bespoke service the Rania Leptos store offers and give advice and guidance to her.” What are the main tools of your business success? “Good quality, the ability to evolve and embrace the challenges the market throws at you … commitment and passion.” City Fashions (VIC) PL is located at 4/148 Cecil Street, Fitzroy Rania Leptos, 163 William Street, South Yarralast_img read more

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Une nouvelle zone de subduction pourrait naître en Méditerranée

first_imgUne nouvelle zone de subduction pourrait naître en MéditerranéeSelon les géologues, la plaque tectonique européenne a commencé à passer sous la plaque africaine. Un phénomène qui pourrait conduire à la naissance d’une nouvelle zone de subduction en Méditerranée.Depuis des millions d’années, le front nord de la plaque tectonique africaine descendait sous celle de l’Europe. Mais le phénomène pourrait bien être en train de s’inverser. C’est ce qu’ont annoncé la semaine dernière des géologues au meeting de l’European Geoscience Union (EGU). Alors que les continents poursuivent leur convergence, il semblerait ainsi que ce soit cette fois-ci au tour de l’Europe de glisser sous la plaque africaine. Un phénomène qui donnerait naissance à un évènement géologique rare, la naissance d’une nouvelle zone de subduction dans la région méditerranéenne.À lire aussiLe Kilimandjaro, un volcan dormant caché dans la plus haute montagne d’AfriqueBien que l’histoire et la structure géologique de la mer Méditerranée restent complexes, les chercheurs de l’Université d’Utrecht aux Pays-Bas sont parvenus à expliquer leur analyse à la BBC. De quelques centimètres par an, la convergence étaient jusqu’ici partiellement obstruée par la collision des plaques au niveau de la Turquie et par la “légèreté” du continent africain qui l’empêche de descendre davantage. Ainsi, certains morceaux subduits de la plaque africaine se sont séparés et ont continué leur descente vers le manteau terrestre. Pour combler les trous, des morceaux de la plaque européenne ont alors été tirés vers le sud à travers la Méditerranée. Selon les modélisations informatiques, l’issue de cette tectonique pourrait ainsi être l’initiation d’une subduction de direction opposée à celle d’avant. “Il est possible que sur une durée appropriée, on assiste au début d’une subduction de l’Europe sous l’Afrique”, a expliqué le géologue Rinus Wortel qui a également indiqué qu’une partie des éléments qu’ils possédaient provenaient de l’observation des séismes.Justement, si les zones de subduction sont souvent associées à des évènements du type séisme, la géologie méditerranéenne est très différente. Pourtant, les scientifiques ont tenu à souligner le peu de moyens qu’accordaient les pays européens au système d’alerte aux tsunamis. Selon Stefano Tinti de l’Université de Bologne en Italie, l’UE aurait ainsi collectivement consacré à peine 8 millions d’euros à la recherche sur les tsunamis durant les cinq dernières années. Sur la même période, l’Allemagne aurait au contraire financé à hauteur de 55 millions d’euros le système d’alerte mis au point en coopération avec l’Indonésie. Bien que les séismes à tsunamis soient plus petits en Méditerranée que dans le Pacifique, de tels évènements ont déjà été enregistrés. Si la subduction européenne se confirme, les scientifiques pourraient alors créer des modèles plus fidèles de la région et donc faire de meilleures évaluations des risques de séismes et de tsunamis. Mais la tâche ne sera pas si facile, les processus géologiques impliquant de très longues durées, bien plus longues que “celle de la vie d’un scientifique”, a déclaré Rinus Worthel.Le 11 avril 2011 à 15:14 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Surveillance video captures group of men burglarizing Deerfield Beach home

first_imgDEERFIELD BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Surveillance video captured a group of men burglarizing a Deerfield Beach home, Wednesday.The video shows a trio of men breaking into a home located at First Street and Southeast 11th Court. Two of the men could be seen going out of the camera’s view while the third grabs a flat screen TV, then they all run out of the house.The Broward Sheriff’s Office is now searching for the group of men. If you have any information on this burglary, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

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Time Inc Sells Golf Magazine Report Industry Notes

first_imgGolf Magazine could be on the move.Time Inc. has reportedly reached an agreement to sell off Golf Magazine and its related assets to Howard Milstein, chairman of Emigrant Savings BankThe deal was first reported by Golfweek senior writer Geoff Shackelford, citing “sources briefed on the sale.”Time Inc. has not confirmed the deal, and a spokeswoman tells Folio:, “The sales process for Golf is proceeding well and as soon as there are further developments we will share them.”The report, which comes a few weeks after Time Inc. sold Sunset magazine to L.A.-based PE firm Regent L.P., likely comes as little surprise to Golf staffers. The company is expected to shed a number of its “non-core” brands as it prepares to be acquired by Meredith Corp. early next year, and Time Inc. had confirmed even before announcing the Meredith deal that Golf—along with Essence and Coastal Living—was among the titles being shopped around.The sale would raise some intriguing questions about the future of staffers who increasingly straddled the line between Golf and Sports Illustrated in recent years, notably SI senior writers Michael Bamberger and Alan Shipnuck, whose 7,000-word deep August dive into President Trump’s love for golf famously quoted the President as quipping, “That White House is a real dump.” Could driverless cars be a boon for magazines?As publishers and marketers vie for screen time on a minute-to-minute basis in an increasingly fragmented media landscape, one forthcoming technological wave could free up some much-needed inventory: driverless cars.At least, that’s what French automobile manufacturer Groupe Renault foresees after announcing the unconventional acquisition of a 40 percent stake in weekly business magazine Challenges.“Today, French and European commuters spend about two hours in their car every day,” said Renault in a company statement. “With the development of the connected driverless vehicle, users will have more time to spend on other activities while in the car.”In addition to its flagship weekly, Challenges Group publishes four monthly magazines focused on science and history.More stiffed freelancers demand pay.Nautilus magazine founder John Steele is in hot water this week for allegedly failing to pay a number of freelancers for their contributions to the bimonthly science journal.Nineteen freelance writers and editors signed an open letter Wednesday, claiming the magazine owes them a combined $50,000, in breach of signed contracts that required payment 30 to 60 days after their work was published. Ten of the freelancers are being represented by the National Writers Union.“It is no secret that journalism faces difficult times,” the letter reads. “But we are disappointed and angry that Nautilus took advantage of writers and editors and that Steele allowed staffers (many of whom, we believe, were equally in the dark about the magazine’s finances) to commission articles he knew that Nautilus could not pay for.”Many of the articles in question were published between June 2016 and March 2017. The letter claims that one individual alone is owed $11,000 for their work.“Some of us have won prestigious awards under the Nautilus banner,” the letter adds. “For this we are grateful. But good journalism does not come free—and this is our livelihood.”Supported primarily through grants from the John Templeton Foundation, Nautilus has struggled financially in recent months, and Steele told the New York Daily News on Wednesday, “We’ve been paying writers we owe money to as soon as funds come in … It’s been real slow and it’s been tough and I feel terrible that it’s taken so long, but we are exploring other potential buyers for the magazine and that would help us pay off all debts.”The magazine’s November/December 2017 issue, currently on sale, is titled “Trust.”last_img read more

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BIA settles with 640 tribes for 940M

first_imgThe U.S. Justice Department today announced the settlement of a large class-action lawsuit brought by 640 tribes and tribal groups against the Bureau of Indian Affairs over payment of contract support costs. The contracts between tribes and the federal government are for numerous services including education and in some states, tribal law enforcement.The case was first filed in 1990. The total payout amount is $940 million, although court and attorney fees will have to be deducted first.  Alaska’s tribes will see close to $125 million of those dollars coming to numerous tribes here.Individual tribes will receive some of the funds and regional non-profits such as Tanana Chiefs Conference, Tlingit and Haida Central Council and the Association of Village Council Presidents will also benefit.Lloyd Miller is one of the plaintiff attorneys in the case. He says the federal government erred when it treated the contracts as program costs rather than legal, binding contracts.“Had they understood at the time what they do now, they would’ve redesigned their budgets to fully pay these contracts first, and then requested funding for the other discretionary programs that they had based on whatever priority system they use,” Miller says. “So the root problem was a failure to appreciate that these were binding legal agreements with the tribes that had to be paid.”The case is reminiscent of a similar settlement in recent years with the Indian Health Service over costs related to contracting between tribes and the federal government. Miller says beyond the monetary settlement, the way forward for tribal contracts is clearer after congress in 2013 fixed the problem by fully funding contract support costs with tribes starting in 2014.Miller says even if there are further sequestration cuts, tribal contracts could be exempted from those sequestration cuts.“And that to me is one of the legacies of these litigations. They were about contracts and contracts being honored. But they’re also more deeply about the way in which the United States of America and the Congress and the Executive Branch deals with governments, tribal governments.”The New Mexico judge in the case will have to approve the settlement. If approved, payments are likely to start going out as soon as next spring.last_img read more

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Telcos already facing heat from impending Reliance Jio launch

first_imgEven before consumers can avail 4G services from Reliance Jio, the telecom arm of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries is taking a toll on the incumbent telecom operators, with their stock prices plunging by nearly 30% over the past five months.Analysts tracking the sector have now turned negative over the outlook for the sector, as the disruptive technology from Reliance Jio is expected to heighten the competition and weigh on the profits of the other operators.”We have a cautious view on shares of telecom operators as they are likely to face a number of structural issues going ahead,” said Viju KGeorge, analyst at JP Morgan.Share price of India’s top telecom operator Bharti Airtel has been under pressure for the past few months despite posting improved profit in the recent quarter. Similary, Idea Cellular shares have fallen sharply due to raising concerns over its profitability after Reliance Jio’s launch.While Bharti Airtel share prices tumbled by over 28%, Idea Cellular shares have fallen by more than 27% even though the BSE 100 index has declined by 10%.Reliance Jio is expected to offer 4G services at cheaper prices to bring highly valued subscribers of other companies on its network. It is also expected to roll out handsets at very low prices, which could hurt the profit margins of existing operators such as Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular, according to analysts.”The market continues to underestimate the disruption from new entrant RJio,” said Vinay Jaising, analyst at Morgan Stanley. “We are cautious on Bharti Airtel and Idea.”Analysts said that increased competition in the data services will likely lead to further increase in capital expenditure by the operators to keep growth intact. Telecom companies are also expected to purchase spectrum from others at a higher price, resulting in increased debt levels, The Economic Times reported.Earlier this month, Bharti Airtel had said that it would spend Rs 60,000 crore ($8.98 billion) to upgrade its mobile voice and data network over the next three years in the face of the impending launch of Reliance Jio.Last month, Idea Cellular had agreed to buy spectrum for two circles — Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh (West) — from Videocon for Rs 3,310 crore, which is double the amount paid to acquire spectrum for those circles in the March 2015 auction.”Not knowing what Reliance Jio will do is perhaps worse than seeing an aggressive launch — at least Idea or others can act and react,” said Nomura Research in a recent note.last_img read more

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TV4 Entertainment Relocates Headquarters to Floridas Full Sail University Campus

first_img“Our strategic partnership with Full Sail University gives their talented graduates real-life opportunities with a global platform today to help them become the leaders of tomorrow’s entertainment industry,” TV4 Entertainment CEO Jon Cody said in a statement.The company will base its headquarters on Full Sail’s campus in a multipurpose office and production space, relocating its original production studio and portfolio of streaming services. TV4 will retain office space at its current headquarters in Venice, Calif., along with offices in New York, Singapore and Rio de Janeiro. Several TV4 Entertainment senior executives and existing staff will be located on-site in Winter Park, with Cody expected to spend about half his time at the new Florida HQ.Also under the pact with Full Sail, TV4 Entertainment will engage with university students and faculty to work on the company’s content productions, streaming technology platforms, media operations, distribution and marketing.“In welcoming our strategic partners TV4 Entertainment to Full Sail’s campus, we are excited to collaborate, innovate and educate the next generation of media and entertainment industry professionals, while expanding employment opportunities for our graduates,” Full Sail University president Garry Jones said in a statement.TV4 Entertainment last year established Concrete Club, an independent genre-based studio, to produce and distribute scripted and nonfiction feature films and TV series. Concrete Club’s initial releases have included documentary “Lucha VaVoom: Inside America’s Most Outrageous Show,” about L.A.’s underground wrestling scene; U.K.-based drama “Together,” about a pair of octogenarians dealing with the bureaucracy of the health-care system; and documentary “Sex Pistols: The Bollocks.”Full Sail University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees across music and recording; film and TV; art and design; games; media and communications; sports; and technology. It began 1979 in Dayton, Ohio, as an audio-recording workshop and relocated to Central Florida in 1989. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 TV4 Entertainment, a digital studio and streaming-network operator, is moving its global operations from L.A. to Florida, setting up shop at Full Sail University under a multiyear pact.The company is relocating its headquarters to Full Sail’s campus in Winter Park, Fla., in the Orlando area to tap into the school’s pool of recent grads. The partnership will officially kick off in April, when TV Entertainment will hire a number of Full Sail graduates across several disciplines. Over the next few years, according to TV4 Entertainment, it expects to create hundreds of new jobs to the Orlando region and most of those hires will be Full Sail alumni.TV4 Entertainment will invest several million dollars into productions based at Full Sail, including series, live events, and feature-length films, according to chief marketing officer Larry Baird. The company was founded in 2012 by CEO Jon Cody, previously senior VP of digital for Fox Digital Media and the GM of Hulu during its launch back in 2007. Investors in the company include Warner Bros. and Comcast’s Sky. On Thursday (Feb. 28), TV4 Entertainment plans to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Full Sail’s Florida campus with Cody, Full Sail’s Jones, Tim Giuliani, president and CEO of the Orlando Economic Partnership, and Winter Park Mayor Steve Leary slated to attend.last_img read more

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HandsOn Fes Fantasy Forest Lets You Speak to the Trees

first_imgStay on target Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech Suits Remember when the whole online Nintendo community was working itself into a frenzy waiting for a hypothetical Nintendo Direct presentation? And then that presentation actually happened without warning? Wild times. But one interesting tidbit is that the whole reason we all thought a January Direct was imminent, aside from historical precedent, was because of leaked documents for Fe, an upcoming indie game published under EA’s artsy Originals umbrella. And sure enough the game was part of the Direct.Now that we’ve gotten a chance to play Fe (not Fire Emblem) ahead of its release later this February, we can say Nintendo fans and gaming fans in general should pay attention to this one for more than just news leaks. This fanciful trip through the forest blends several illustrious gaming influences into something pretty fresh so far.Fe comes from Swedish developer Zoink, creators of Zombie Vikings and Stick it to the Man! But whereas those games use a comedic macabre 2D paper cut-out kind of art style, with Fe Zoink has spent years realizing a gorgeous 3D crystalline forest world inspired by Swedish folklore. Gradients of one luminous color, loads of contrast, and abstract designs turn the sylvan world you explore into a work of art. This is true both on PlayStation 4 as well as Nintendo Switch, although we did notice more framerate issues on the handheld we hope get ironed out at or post-launch.AdChoices广告The mysterious abstract beauty applies to the story as well, which the developers cited David Lynch of all people as an inspiration for. As you guide your fairy avatar through the natural ecosystem, you’ll occasionally come across abandoned helmets, usually next to a wall of hieroglyphs with its own lore. Putting a helmet on transports you to a brief first-person interlude where you walk around trying to absorb whatever story you can gleam about the menacing silent cycloptic foes and the overall state of the world.But whereas Fe’s art and general mood may remind some of Journey or Flower or another ThatGameCompany game, the actual gameplay side aims to be a little bit more robust. In an indie game scene dominated by 2D Metroidvanias, Fe excites us by daring to make an interconnected nonlinear world to explore in all three dimensions, albeit a jumpy woodland world closer to Super Mario 64 than Metroid Prime.As lovely as Fe’s fantastical forest initially is, the focus on a single color scheme can make it difficult to find your way further if you’re just jumping and poking around. However, once you start making use of your Metroid/Zelda-esque abilities the actual breadth of the landscape opens up in some very satisfying ways. One of your skills is the ability to sing with other children of Mother Nature. Using either analog triggers or motion controls, adjust your pitch until you sync up with your partner. Depending on the plant or animal, you’ll then get help like blooming flower pedal platforms or a flying friend who shows you the path forward.That’s just one of several powers we saw, though. By freeing adult animals you can learn their language and take advantage of their helpful children. Sing in bird language to harvest bomb plants. Burrow and leap with a family of ferrets. Climb and glide through trees to reach the top of a massive, Shadow of the Colossus-type deer. That impressive set piece is only from the first quarter or so of the game, leaving us wondering what we didn’t see.Frustratingly, I didn’t quite get a feel for all these tools in my demo, inaccurately predicting how far and high and long a glide might go for example. This resulted in some deaths very familiar to players of old unpolished 3D platformers. But hopefully the final game eases players into their arsenal, unlike in this demo where we were just skipping around at will.A good 3D open interconnected platforming adventure game is a lot to take on for an indie team. And that’s before you add “exquisite art style” to the to-do list. We’ll see if Fe can pull it all off when it launches on February 16 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Windows 10 Creators Update Symlinks without elevation

first_imgWindows 10 Creators Update: Symlinks without elevation by Martin Brinkmann on December 04, 2016 in Windows – Last Update: July 05, 2017 – 3 commentsMicrosoft announced a change in Windows 10’s most recent Insider Build recently that improves the handling of symlinks — symbolic links — on Windows 10.Symbolic links have been part of Windows since Vista, and are a mighty useful feature of the operating system.A symbolic link can best be described as a pointer that redirects to another file or folder. They are used by the operating system, may be used by applications, and may also be added and managed manually by users.One basic example: Say your main hard drive is filling up with files and you have little space left. While you could go ahead and uninstall some programs or games to free up space — after running various clean-up operations — you could make use of symbolic links instead.So, instead of uninstalling the game or program, you would make use of symbolic links to move it to another hard drive. Symbolic links would point to the new location from the old, and for Windows and all programs involved, the program or game would still reside in the original directory.Tip: You can display the symbolic links on your Windows machine with NTFS Links View. Interested in how Linux handles links? Here you go.Symlinks without elevationSymbolic links are created on Windows using mklink, a command line tool. Developers have created various programs, many with a graphical user interface, to improve the usability and functionality.There is Junction by SysInternals for instance, or Link Shell Extension which can be used right from Windows Explorer.Up until now, mklink required Windows users to run the command from an elevated command prompt. According to Microsoft, this requirement caused symbolic links to be used less frequently on Windows than on *nix machines. It had the effect that “many modern cross-platform development tools” worked “less efficiently and reliably on Windows”.Starting with the Windows 10 Insider Build 14972, and coming to all users in March 2017 when the Windows 10 Creators Update is released, this requirement is no longer set in stone.You need to enable Developer Mode on the Windows 10 machine, and if you do, any user on the machine may run mklink without elevation to create and change symbolic links.The main drive for the change was the rise of development tools like git or package managers like npm which support and use symlinks.Many popular development tools like git and package managers like npm recognize and persist symlinks when creating repos or packages, respectively. When those repos or packages are then restored elsewhere, the symlinks are also restored, ensuring disk space (and the user’s time) isn’t wasted.Enable Developer ModeDo the following to enable Developer Mode on the Windows 10 machine:Use the shortcut Windows-I to open the Settings application.Navigate to Update & Security > For Developers.Switch from “Windows Store apps” to “Developer Mode” on the screen.Now You: Do you make use of symbolic links?SummaryArticle NameWindows 10 Creators Update: Symlinks without elevationDescriptionSymbolic links can be created and changed on the Windows 10 Creators Update edition without elevation if Developer Mode is enabled.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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Cerner Announces New Collaboration with Salesforce to Extend Care Beyond the Exam

first_img News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Cerner announced a new collaboration with Salesforce, a global leader in customer relationship management (CRM). Cerner is extending its population health, clinical and administration portfolio with an integrated solution that combines Salesforce Health Cloud and Marketing Cloud with Cerner’s HealtheIntent, its big data platform. Combined with Cerner’s data, analytic and application platform, electronic health record (EHR) and intelligent solutions, the addition of Health Cloud and Marketing Cloud will support enhanced consumer and provider engagement.“We are entering the next phase of health care delivery transformation. This collaboration with Salesforce will bring game-changing solutions to consumers, allowing them to participate in their physician’s decision-making and engage in their own health and care,” said Zane Burke, president, Cerner. “We have digitized EHRs and are now aggregating and enriching this data for clinical and engagement insights through applied intelligence. The next phase of the process is to modernize the way our industry personalizes and interacts with people in their communities. The power of these combined technologies will support an improved consumer experience and enhanced clinician communication, as well as materially advance the quality of care while reducing the total cost.” This integrated solution is designed to meet health care providers’ growing demand for enterprise-wide CRM capabilities. The solution is also positioned to support health system call centers, service operations, provider network management, marketing and other enterprise stakeholders that are transforming how services are delivered to patients and providers through a growing array of communication channels.  The solution is powered by the data and clinical content within Cerner HealtheIntent, Cerner’s cloud-based big data platform. Cerner HealtheIntent is designed to aggregate data in near real-time from multiple sources to create a single, comprehensive view of an individual’s health interactions across the continuum of health and care. Cerner’s analysis of this data provides caregivers with actionable insights at the individual and community levels that can be integrated into the clinical workflow.  Salesforce Health Cloud brings the world’s No. 1 CRM platform to health care and equips organizations to collaborate more efficiently, better understand their patients and build stronger relationships across the entire care team, with the aim of higher consumer satisfaction and improved health outcomes while making care delivery more efficient.  The solution will support the integration, automation and facilitation of consumer and provider communication and collaboration. These omni-channel capabilities incorporate email, text, instant message, video, portal, phone and other means of communication with campaigns and care management programs. The integrated solution also helps personalize and enhance the value of call centers, practice management, patient financial services and other health care provider service operations. Health Cloud, paired with the foundation of patient and provider profiles on the Cerner HealtheIntent platform, will support a personalized consumer experience.”The health care industry is undergoing a powerful transformation. Patients are bringing new expectations to their experiences — they want providers to deliver better service on their terms,” said Keith Block, vice chairman, president and COO at Salesforce. “The powerful combination of Salesforce and Cerner technology will empower providers to connect with patients in smarter and more personalized ways, and ultimately deliver better outcomes.”For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J Tourism Australia (TA) has signed a new AU$9 million agreement with China Eastern, designed to support and promote Australia to the “economically valuable” Chinese market.The partnership signed yesterday, will require each party to contribute AU$4.3 million towards joint marketing, while China Eastern will be required to provide flights to industry famils, trade shows and media trips to promote inbound travel to Australia. Overtaking the United Kingdom as Australia’s second largest inbound market, TA managing director Andrew McEvoy said the China market was the “most valuable tourism export market” for Australia and the new arrangement would help tap into its tourism potential. “With over 600,000 Chinese visitors visiting our country each year, large aviation partnerships with China’s leading airlines, such as China Eastern, remain critical for Australia to tap into the country’s enormous tourism potential, expand people to people relations and achieve long term success for our industry,” Mr McEvoy said.China Eastern currently flies 16 flights per week to Australia, with daily services to both Sydney and Melbourne as well as a new two times weekly service to Cairns.From mid-December, the airline will increase its daily Sydney services to 18 weekly flights. last_img read more

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first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments   Share   Making his third career start in the contest, quarterback Ryan Lindley was rather uninspiring, throwing for 104 yards, to go along with one interception and no touchdown passes. Most of the offense was generated by an opportunistic defense, and Beanie Wells seemed to handle the rest of the load (career-high three touchdowns) in the red zone.In fact, Lindley has yet to throw a touchdown in his first four career appearances, forcing some to wonder if he can even notch the career milestone in 2012.According to ESPN Stats and Info, no quarterback since 2001 has thrown 91 passes or more in a season without connecting for at least one touchdown.And as ESPN’s NFC West blogger Mike Sando pointed out Saturday, Lindley currently holds the NFL record for most passes in a season (141) without a touchdown pass.Lindley isn’t alone though. Former Cardinal Matt Leinart also had a similar run of futility in 2009, failing to throw a touchdown in his first 77 attempts. The task won’t get any easier for the former sixth-round pick over the final two weeks of the 2012 season. Arizona faces two of the top six pass defenses in the league in Week 16 (Chicago Bears) and Week 17 (San Franciso 49ers). Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The beautiful thing about a win in the NFL, is that for at least a few days all of a team’s persisting problems can be masked by the end result.Take for instance last Sunday’s 38-10 win by the Arizona Cardinals over the Detroit Lions. The victory snapped a season-high nine-game losing streak, but was largely the product of another tremendous performance by Arizona’s defense (forced four turnovers, two returned for touchdowns). Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_img Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Near as anyone can tell, there is a good amount of confidence in each of them to do the job.But what about the player who will line up between them? For center A.Q. Shipley, it presents an interesting change.“It’s a little different,” he said. “Everybody’s got their own style of play, right? I think everybody’s got their own size and the way they step and do things like that, which, at the end of the day, it was nice getting used to those two guys (Mathis and Iupati) for a while.“But I’ve played with Earl before, and John went in and did a good job last week. We’ll be ready to roll.”Bullet points– Arians was asked how QB Carson Palmer looked this week:“Looked fantastic. Best he’s probably looked since August.”The coach attributes Palmer’s improvement to the rest he got while being out with a concussion.– On punter Ryan Quigley, who in two games has posted an average of 42.4 yards per punt, with a net of 37.2 on 13 boots:“Been very good. I’m very pleased with the balls down inside the 20. The first week we didn’t do a very good job of that, but he’s done a really good job. His hang-time in Frisco was outstanding, and so far he’s been really good. Good job holding.” Iupati did not practice at all during the week, but that would not keep him out of Monday night’s game, according to Arians.“If he can go, he can go,” he said.Nkemdiche goes the wrong directionEarlier in the week, Arians talked about how first-round pick Robert Nkemdiche had been practicing well and could possibly be in line for some snaps in Monday night’s game.By Saturday, the tune had changed.“We’ll see,” he said of Nkemdiche possibly being active and if his good play had continued. “It wasn’t as good as I was hoping.”Asked what the first-round pick struggled with, Arians said he was “on the busted assignment sheet too much.”That has apparently been the biggest problem for Nkemdiche, who missed time during training camp with a high ankle sprain and struggled in limited snaps in Week 1.For a team like the Cardinals, with solid depth along the defensive line and no room for mental miscues, there is little pressure to throw the rookie out there.As for how Nkemdiche can can get past being on the busted assignment sheet?“Don’t get on it,” Arians said.The man in the middleOur own Craig Grialou wrote a story on the Cardinals’ likely guard pairing for Monday night, which will see Earl Watford on the right side and John Wetzel on the left in place of Evan Mathis and Iupati, respectively. Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img TEMPE, Ariz. — Because the Cardinals are playing on Monday night, they had a rare Saturday practice.Afterwards, head coach Bruce Arians gave his final update on the team and answered some questions for the final time before his team will take the field for an important home game against the New York Jets.Here are some notes from the media session.Injury updateThe official injury report can be found here, but if you’re wondering, there isn’t much in the way of surprises. Defensive lineman Ed Stinson has been ruled out for the game with a toe injury, whereas guard Mike Iupati is listed as “doubtful” but was declared a game-time decision by Arians. Follow Adam Green on Twitter Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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