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Big Data Transformation
For more information, visit: https://www.rackspace.com/professional-services?utm_medium=video-owned&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=gss-fa Successful big data implementations depend on diverse skills, including those of developers, administrators, and cloud and big data architects. But demand for such experts exceeds supply. Instead, turn to our big data experts, who can guide you through the entire big data transformation lifecycle — from planning, design and development, to support and operation of the platform and IaaS.
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Bitcoin Antminer Setup for max airflow cooling
After some trial and error, user feedback, and research and testing I have come up with the following configuration. I can honestly say one of the biggest errors on my part was understanding the air direction on my power supply and I explain in the video why that threw me off. Howeve now, I can literally feel the difference with this setup. Thank you to all that contributed and offered up your experience.
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"NO GOING BACK NOW" - THE INTERSECTION OF PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND DIGITISATION Every aspect of our lives and work is changing forever with the ubiquity of digital technologies. Not only are traditional activities moving onto digital platforms, entirely new services are made possible in the digital economy. And the pace is only going to get fiercer. Organisations can no longer rely on their incumbency, collaboration platforms are changing the definition of ‘employment’ and conversations with friends and families are more likely to happen on a messaging platform than the lounge room or café. Join over 1,000 business leaders and digital practitioners at the 2015 Australian Digital Summit where we’ll help unlock the opportunities of digitisation for you. This year, our fourth, you’ll hear from some of brightest minds in digital and technology including: · Senator The Hon. Mitch Fifield · Telstra CEO - Andrew Penn · Author & Digital Analyst - Brian Solis · Co-Founder, muru-D - Annie Parker · Lithium CEO - Rob Tarkoff · Co-Founder & CEO, Decoded - Kathryn Parsons · Rackspace's Futurist and Tech Evangelist - Robert Scoble · Managing Director - Twitter Australia - Karen Stocks · Best Selling Author - Shel Israel · CSIRO Chief Executive - Dr Larry Marshall · Founder & CEO, Pixc - Holly Cardew · Co-Founder and CEO FreightExchange - Cate Hull · General Manager for Aust & NZ, Uber - David Rohrsheim The full event agenda is now available on the official event website ( http://telstra.com/summit ).
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Cloud Computing Case Study - Metastorm
http://www.idevnews.com A video showing a case study of the implementation of Cloud Computing at Metastorm. Some of the Cloud Computing Benefits are also discussed. For more information, go to: http://www.idevnews.com
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CTC Proud - Employees Share Proud moments
Continental Title Employees share their proud moments; from a tough closing to a family of coworkers to charity work. This is a great reminder that great companies are made of great people. Thank You to the employee's of Continental Title Company for all that you do and sharing in this video. #CTCProud
REALIST NEWS - Now Dell to Fire Thousands of US Workers for H-1B Foreigners
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-09/dell-fires-3000-us-employees-requests-5000-visas-foreign-workers Subscribe to my other channel The Political Gameshow: https://www.youtube.com/c/thepoliticalgameshow http://www.jmbullion.com/?utm_source=realist-news&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=Realist-News (Recommended for Silver and Gold Purchases.) http://www.realistnews.net
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Dirty Cloud - Apple, Amazon & Microsoft
Greenpeace activists today installed a billboard in front of the Indian head office of Apple in Bangalore asking the company to 'Clean our Cloud'. The activists along with Apple customers urged the head of Apple India to communicate their demands to the top bosses at Apple. Activists also interacted with the Apple customers across the city making them aware of how the company is using dirty coal to power its iCloud and is thereby party to destructive mountain top removal coal mining.
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Mosaic uses Microsoft Azure to help the world grow the food it needs
The Mosaic Company is one of the world’s largest producers and marketers of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients, with the mission of helping the world grow the food it needs. Key to fulfilling that mission is the company’s ability to get the most out of its SAP system, because all its global financial, commercial, and supply-chain systems rely on its enterprise software to manage business operations. To accomplish those goals, Mosaic turned to Microsoft Azure and to Capgemini as its systems integrator.
Hands-On with the New Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
Google today announced its latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL, which are designed to compete with Apple's new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. MacRumors was in attendance at Google's fall unveiling event and was able to get some hands-on time with the new devices, and we did a quick comparison to the iPhone XS Max. read more - https://www.macrumors.com/2018/10/09/google-pixel-3-hands-on/
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5 Interesting iOS Apps - April 2018
In this video, we take a look at yet another set of interesting iOS apps for late April/early May 2018. Read More - https://www.macrumors.com/2018/05/03/top-ios-apps-april-2018/ Forest - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/forest-stay-focused/id866450515?mt=8 Burst for Reddit - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/burst-for-reddit/id1303179128?mt=8 Cupper - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cupper/id1014894569?mt=8 Sweat Deck - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sweat-deck/id964201026?mt=8 Goblin Sword - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/goblin-sword/id905488045?mt=8
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Are all your digital eggs in one AWS basket?
The recent AWS outage in Sydney once more highlighted the business case for a multi-cloud strategy. We talk to Bailey Caldwell of RightScale and Greg Steel from the Offis Professional Services team about the unremitting rise of multi-cloud adoption. Recently the East Coast of Australia was hit by a huge storm which caused disruptions to Amazon’s Web Services. Many of their customer’s business websites—including Domain, Domino’s Pizza, Foxtel and The Iconic — went offline, remaining unavailable for hours. Yet other businesses were able to continue largely unaffected because they had previously structured their hosting strategies to use more than one data centre or cloud. Outages happen. They always will. While some commentators suggest this latest event should be a warning against migrating to the cloud, others see it as a lesson to businesses to work with multiple clouds and/or zones. How a business survives such an event depends more on how it structures the technology to extract the benefits of the cloud while ensuring maximum reliability and business continuity. “Amazon [will] still be the first cloud people use,” says Bailey Caldwell, Director of Professional Services for RightScale—the leading multi-cloud management platform. “[However], a lot of businesses don't want to use Amazon for [reasons] like data residency and geography. And there are a lot of businesses [that] won't put all their eggs in one basket. We're seeing those trends increase.” Many CIOs view a multi-cloud strategy as too complex or expensive, outweighing the benefits. Yet, most may already be operating some form of multi-cloud ecosystem, but without the strategy and management tools to be truly effective and cost efficient. Multi-Cloud by Accident or Design “I think the world went multi-cloud [long] before people realised that they were multi-cloud,” says Greg Steel, senior consultant and solution architect at Offis. “As soon as you signed up for your first Gmail account, you were multi-cloud.” However, while most individuals have little need to be too concerned about which server stores their emails or which cloud powers a favourite app, organisations have to ensure far greater governance and control (sorry, Hillary). “Multi-cloud is one of those things that would tend to happen probably either by accident or by there being some compelling business benefit. You may have built a whole bunch of stuff on AWS, but if you choose to use a software-as-a-service platform that [runs] on a different cloud provider, say SharePoint on Azure, then you've become multi-cloud. The difficulty then is managing that multi-cloud state.” Steel points out that organisations making a deliberate decision to adopt multi-cloud is a much more recent trend. The difference between “accidental” multi-cloud and “deliberate” multi-cloud is a clear strategy; choosing exactly which clouds to use in which configuration to achieve maximum benefit—all while maintaining the flexibility to change that configuration when circumstances change. How many clouds are too many? “Globally, cloud management platforms are on the verge of becoming mandatory for every enterprise,” says Caldwell. “Cloud is a reality for everybody and the need to deal with hybrid environments is the next step in the adoption cycle.” Caldwell has watched with interest how multi-cloud strategies have evolved and adapted over the years. “When I first started at RightScale five years ago, [it supported] Amazon and Rackspace. My first tour of duty in the company was building out our partner ecosystem. Over the next couple of years, we ended up working with a hundred-plus partners. We worked with clouds that don't exist anymore. FlexiScale, have you heard of them? That’s so long ago very few people even know they exist. IDC Frontier, who got acquired out of Japan, used to have a cloud.” However, after a flurry of new cloud services entering the market (and some dropping out of the market a few years later), clear trends began to emerge. “We realised that there are different classes of cloud services,” says Caldwell. “The only class that's really proven itself to be viable is the mega clouds. So, you have companies like Amazon, and Azure, and Google that have enough critical mass to build a 100,000 square-foot data centre, not to serve as cloud but to serve their core business. Those are the only three companies with the capital to exert on this public cloud space problem. I don't think there's going to be a fourth.” “Then there are the specialised clouds as we define them, which would be a Rackspace with its higher service levels, maybe an IBM SoftLayer with some enterprise capabilities, bare metal. Maybe there'll be a HIPAA cloud, for example. Maybe there’ll be industry domain-specific clouds. So, while we still support eight clouds, I really think of it as the three mega-clouds we support.”
Apple Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over 'Defective' Keyboards
If you own a 2016 or newer MacBook Pro, chances are you have probably experienced some issues with your laptop. In this video, we discuss a little more about the lawsuit that's plaguing Apple and it's keyboards. Read More - https://www.macrumors.com/2018/05/14/macbook-pro-keyboard-class-action-lawsuit/
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GTAC 2007: Jason Huggins & Jen Bevan - Extending Selenium
The 2nd Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) in our New York office on August 23 and 24. Jason Huggins & Jen Bevan Extending Selenium into the Browser and out to the Grid.
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Australian Market Report of October 12: Watching the US Earnings Results
Dow index hit a fresh 2009 high on Friday after the earnings season kicked off. Upbeat forecasts on IT giants IBM and Intel fueled the market's growing expectations over a profit recovery. S&P's 500 and Nasdaq both gained more than 4.5 per cent for the week. The Australian market closed slightly lower on Friday as investors remained cautious to the US corporate results. Uncertainty may continue to weigh on the local market as more major US companies are scheduled to release their earnings this week. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index Friday dropped 15.7 points, or 0.33 per cent, to 4752.9. For the week, the ASX200 rose 3.3 per cent. The broader All Ordinaries index lost 8.8 points, or 0.18 per cent, to 4754.5 on Friday. Key Economic Facts and Figures Australia's major banks have tipped that they will increase mortgage rates by more than the official Reserve Bank rises in the coming months because they are facing higher costs of raising money in the wholesale markets. But Treasurer Wayne Swan says the big four banks cannot justify raising interest rates by more than the Reserve Bank of Australia's 25-basis-point increase. Today the Australian Bureau of Statistics will release lending finance data for August. M&A News Felix Resources (ASX:FLX) said China's Yanzhou Coal Mining (SHA:600188) today will resubmit the application for its A$3.54 billion bid for Felix to Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) for a second time. Yanzhou withdrew and resubmitted its application for the first time last month. Mirvac Group (ASX:MGR) has entered into a Merger Implementation Deed with Mirvac Real Estate Investment Trust (ASX:MRZ) in relation to a A$256 million offer to acquire all the issued units in MRZ. Mirvac Group's offer is proposed to be implemented by way of a trust scheme, valuing the trust units at 54 cents. Mirvac currently owns 24.6 per cent of MRZ. Important Corporate News Toll road operator Transurban (ASX:TCL) has posted toll revenue of growth of A$206.9 million for the September quarter, an increase of 6.8 per cent on the prior corresponding quarter. All Australian assets reported traffic growth for the quarter. Toll revenue growth exceeded traffic growth on six out of seven roads. Fortescue Metals Group (ASX:FMG) says its September quarter production exceeded guidance by 9 per cent and reiterated its forecasts for the December quarter. The group also plans to spend A$360 million to fast-track the development of its Christmas Creek mine, which would increase its total annual iron ore production to about 55 million metric tonnes. Lend Lease (ASX:LLC) plans to become a stapled entity on ASX. This will be achieved by distributing units in a newly created trust, Lend Lease Trust to shareholders on a 1:1 basis and stapling each unit and share together to form a stapled security. Office service firm Servcorp Limited (ASX:SRV) plans to sell new shares to institutions and retail investors to raise A$80 million to fund its growth and take advantage of depressed prices for real estate. The company will raise A$51 million from an institutional placement and A$29 million from a one-for-11 accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer. Seven Network (ASX:SEV) says its holding in James Packer's Consolidated Media Holdings (ASX:CMJ) has risen to 20.96 per cent after an on-market share buyback by ConsMedia reduced the number of shares on issue. Meridian Minerals Limtied (ASX:MII) said the FIRB has approved the investment of A$10.5 million into Meridian by Chinese company Northwest Mining and Geology Group Co. Ltd for Nonferrous Metals (NWME). NWME will subscribe to Meridian shares in a placement at a share price of A$0.08
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