IDC predicts that over the next five years, the number of mobile workers in the U.S. will grow from 96.2 million to 105.4 million, making them nearly three-quarters of the entire U.S. workforce.The growth of the mobile workforce will only continue to accelerate with the ongoing migration to cloud-based applications and services.After all, there's no reason to tie users to their desks when they can access the tools and data they need to do their jobs from wherever they happen to be.However, as applications and users continue to move outside the physical boundaries of the enterprise, organizations face an urgent challenge: How do they take advantage of greater mobility and the agility it supports without risking the security of sensitive data and business-critical applications?Each employee with access to the corporate network must be authenticated on each device they use, limited to only the enterprise IT resources they're authorized to use, and managed to minimize their risk of exposing the network to intrusion.The swelling "gig economy" adds another layer of complexity.
Geoff Lewis has left Founders Fund, where he was partner, and is starting a venture fund of his own.This means he’ll no longer be working with Peter Thiel, directly anyway.Founders Fund will be one of his LPs.The news was first reported by Bloomberg, which said that he intends to raise more than $100 million for the new fund.We understand that the exact amount has not been finalized.Lewis did not respond to our request for comment.
the Inventor Peter Madsen stated that there had been an accident on board the submarine.Now is ubåtsägaren Peter Madsen's explanation of what happened on the submarine to the public.But the police suspicion of manslaughter alternatively of murder remains.Ubåtsägarens declaration was behind closed doors in häktningsförhandlingen, but after that parts of the secrecy in the case has been lifted, it is now known to the public.the commissioner of the copenhagen police have put forward Peter Madsen's explanation in a press release:”The suspect to the police and in court declared that in the event of an accident on board the submarine, which has caused Kim Walls's death, and that he then buried her at sea on an unspecified location in the Kögebukten.”
DMJC writes: George Oldziey, the music composer from Wing Commander 3 and 4, is running a Kickstarter campaign to re-orchestrate the music from the venerable series.The Kickstarter is in its final week and has approximately $2000 left to go before it reaches it's goal.Oldziey shares some history on his web site: In 2014 I launched a Kickstarter campaign to document the music I created for the Wing Commander games in the way I had originally imagined it: for full orchestra and chorus.588 generous supporters helped me reach my goal!In late 2014 I traveled to Bratislava, Slovakia, where the 95-piece Slovak National Symphony Orchestra and the 40-voice Lucina Chorus recorded this music under my supervision.But last November -- and again in June -- Oldziey unsuccessfully tried raising funds on Kickstarter to record more of his Wing Commander music with a full orchestra.
The result is resilient, since loss of any one fiber will still leave the shell firmly attached.Yet each year, we spend those millions of dollars trying to clear them off of ships, pipes, piers, and other hardware.It's less complicated than it sounds.The silicone oil simply works its way into pores and gaps in the surface and stays there because of the chemical compatibility.One was a standard polymer (polydimethylsiloxane), the second a porous surface made from fused silica nanoparticles.In the case where mussels did stick, it took less force to pull them off, and none of the mussels' adhesive proteins were left behind afterwards.
NVIDIA's cranked up the virtual workstation caper by giving the world a new GPU that slots into blade servers, plus software to let it run multiple workstation-grade VMs.The new GPU is the TESLA P6 and uses NVIDIA's Pascal architecture, the company's current flagship.The P6 has 2,048 CUDA cores, 16 GB of memory and uses the MXM form factor so it can slot into blades.The GPU is offered to those who want to build very dense GPU-enhanced compute rigs for the usual suspects: very graphic applications, machine learning and so on.But NVIDIA's also decided it and the P4, P40 and P100 GPUs should also be put in harness to run virtual workstations.NVIDIA already offers its “Grid” software for everyday VDI and that code can let multiple desktops share a GPU, be it a Pascal-powered peripheral or a device using the older Maxwell architecture.Theres also Grid for workstations, but that's now been replaced by the new “Quadro Virtual Data Center Workstation Software” that is far more comfortable letting multiple workstations share one GPU.
Investointipankki UBSuskoo, että sähköautoilu alkaa todella lyödä itsensä läpi jo ensi vuonna.Syynä on se, että sähköautoilun kokonaiskustannukset autoilijalle putoavat samalle tasolle polttomoottoriautojen kanssa, kirjoittaa The Telegraph.Autot toki ovat yhä suhteellisen kalliita, mutta niiden käyttökulut niin pienet, että pitkässä juoksussa sähkö kannattaa.UBS:n mielestä tämä on ratkaisevaa sähköautojen yleistymisen kannalta.Ensimmäisenä pariteetti saavutetaan todennäköisesti Euroopassa.Kasvatamme vuoteen 2025 ulottuvaa ennustettamme sähköautojen myynnistä 50 prosentilla 14,2 miljoonaan.
Comcast’s wireless phone service, Xfinity Mobile, launched in select markets in May.Now, the service – which blends 4G LTE service from Verizon with Wi-Fi hotspots – is available nationwide.Xfinity Mobile offers unlimited talk and text as well as two different data options.The first option allows customers to pay for data by the gigabyte – $12 per.The other option affords “unlimited” data for $45 per month, per line (speeds slow after 20GB).The unlimited option was originally priced at $65 per month but was offered at an introductory rate of $45.
the JBL has shown up a brand new speaker by the name Boombox that will allow you to play music in a day and a night before the battery goes out.the Speaker weighs 5,25 kg and is 50 cm long, which allows the speaker to the JBL's greatest speakers.the Boombox is equipped with four active speaker drivers and two woofers, which according to JBL to deliver a clear and powerful sound.the Battery is a 20 000mAh and can play music for up to 24 hours.the Device is also equipped with two full size USB ports that you can use to charge mobile phones or other USB devices.Just like the JBL's smaller speakers Boombox water resistant with IP rating IPX7, which means it can survive spending 30 minutes at 1 meter depth.
Are you excited for the North American total solar eclipse coming up on Aug. 21?You can ramp up the thrill level with a video showing an eclipse from the other side of the world.Laughing Squid clued us in to YouTube user WorldScott's 4K total solar eclipse time-lapse video, released on Tuesday.The video follows along with a total eclipse that happened in Australia in 2012.Scott A. Stevenson, the creator behind WorldScott, says the video uses 1,990 images taken over the course of several hours in November 2012 near Cairns, Australia.Stevenson points out how the sun's corona appears like a halo during totality.
Roesner is a faculty member in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering and co-director of the school's Security and Privacy Laboratory.Roesner's research spans a number of projects related to privacy and security in emerging technologies.Though these endeavors include diverse platforms such as augmented reality and encrypted communication, her focus is often on the user experience -- specifically, identifying the new security and privacy issues that may arise, and mitigating those issues to ensure that new technologies can fulfill their potential for end users."So we're now at a point where we must ask questions such as, 'How will security or privacy issues be different with these new technological platforms?Much of Roesner's current research focuses on computer security and privacy in augmented reality technologies.These are technology platforms in which digital content -- such as labels or virtual, 3-D objects -- is overlaid on a display of the real world.
Customer service problems are everyone's problem, by design, says CEO Bill Morrownbn , the organisation building and operating Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN), has reported annual revenues of AU$1,001m for the year ending June 30, 2017, and says it's ahead of target for construction and uptake.The company says that as of June 30th it had 5, 713,350 premises ready for service, of which 2,443,133 had activated services.When the company looks at the takeup rate over the 18 months that elapse between NBN connections becoming available and ye olde PSTN-based internet access being switched off, 75 per cent of premises make an NBN connection.But CEO Bill Morrow acknowledged that not all customers are happy, a problem he mostly laid at the door of retailers who he said have varying processes for connecting customers and are only just starting to explain to customers that peak speeds won't be available 24 hours a day.While Morrow did not name retailers he said are doing better than others, he said nbn has collected statistics that tell it which are problem children.
Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues.In this piece Rob McManus, Senior Product Marketing Manager, IP and Optical Networks at Nokia, explores the potential benefits of MP-TCP hybrid access.Communication service providers (CSPs) face significant new pressures on many fronts, often including ambitious broadband mandates set by governments worldwide.They will need to upgrade nearly every aspect of their operations to meet both political goals and daily user demands, which will, incidentally, not always align.An intelligent and flexible core that anchors an array of multi-access technologies will ensure the delivery of converged services, addressing everything from evolving residential multimedia services, such as wireless video sharing and Netflix-bingeing, to latency sensitive real-time gaming and mission-critical applications for governments and enterprises.In dense urban areas, a mix of licensed wireless spectrum enabled by CSPs’ macro and small cells, Wi-Fi and other unlicensed and shared spectrum will likely be key.
Microsoft har nu presenterat Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, en ny utgåva av företagets operativsystem som kommer släppas i höst och är till för riktigt ambitiösa Windows-användare och serverhantering.Missa inte: Microsoft bygger in stöd för ögonspårning i Windows 10Den nya varianten av operativsystemet är då anpassad för att hantera hög belastning och kommer med fyra centrala funktioner.Ett avancerat filtsystem kallat REFS (Resilient file system) som kan hantera stora mängder data och skyddar den genom spegling och återkommande kontroller.Ett nytt minne som behåller sitt innehåll även när datorn stängs av.En snabbare fildelning så att nätverkskort kan arbetade hårt med låg fördröjning och utan att det kräver massa processorkapacitet.
(Reuters) — SoundCloud, the world’s most popular streaming music app, but one that has struggled to find a profitable business model, said it received new funding on Friday, insulating it from potentially running out of cash this year.The company, which laid off 40 percent of its staff in July, said in a blog post that the financing was raised from media-focused investment bank Raine Group of New York and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek.Raine and Temasek were not immediately available for comment.One source familiar with the investment said it amounted to around $170 million (144 million euros), as reported on Thursday by online news site Axios, which had obtained the deal’s term sheet.The company said that as part of the new investment, digital media veterans Kerry Trainor and Michael Weissman, respectively the former chief executive and chief operating officer of online video service Vimeo, would take the same roles at SoundCloud.SoundCloud founder and former CEO Alexander Ljung has agreed to step aside to become chairman of the board, it said.
Professor Bengt Holmström is concerned about Finland's sustainability deficit.living in the united states, Nobel prize-winning economist fears that the sufferer is already in the next generation, which can remain without pensions."the English will pay a pension for this generation, but my concern is the next generation.in which direction is the Usa debt, when and karsiessaan higher education is unfolding, does not seem to holmströn where good.in the united states growth of Holmström estimates that Finland's economy on Thursday, the chamber of commerce of the 100 years of the future - a celebration of the seminary, where he participated in a panel discussion Björn Wahlroos.Also Wahlroos didn't brag to finances, even though he thought it was good that Finland will go now, "it's a bit better."
First of all, good job!As with all of our Bests lists, we’ll be updating this one over the months and years to come.Our first update brings it up to 12 games, which means that each game we add in the future will need to replace an existing entry.This leads to all sorts of funny failed experiments and, hopefully, some satisfying victories.Purchase From: Available on the Nintendo eShopThe makers of Thumper bill it as a “rhythm violence game,” which is a cheeky description but also an accurate one.
An AI app that identifies the writer of a particular text based on the person's writing style could be used to fight plagiarism in schools, or help historians identify the true author of texts.A few years back, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling penned a detective novel titled The Cuckoo’s Calling under the pen name Robert Galbraith, choosing to conceal her own identity.When people started to notice a couple of stylistic similarities between the “two” authors, experts were called in to investigate — in the form of some smart AI software.That Rowling was indeed Galbraith, and the author of the book in question.Jump forward to 2017, and a publicly available AI application called Emma Identity promises to do the same thing for whoever needs it.It’s the world’s first web application capable of determining the authorship of a particular text based on a person’s writing style.
Drone maker DJI has reached a deal with its old competitor 3DR, an American drone start-up, in enterprise drone platform development.Under the deal, 3DR will integrate its enterprise drone platform with DJI's drone products.This integration marks a significant expansion of 3DR's Site Scan platform by allowing customers a choice of hardware.3DR said that DJI's drones will connect seamlessly with Site Scan, including automatic flight mode, multi-engine cloud processing, and a complete set of tools designed for the construction industry.In addition, 3DR's new Enterprise Atlas platform will offer a series of enterprise options, such as unlimited cloud storage space targeting flight and mapping data.It also provides different types of storage information in accordance to different roles.
Not only can we see LG’s upcoming phablet from every angle, but we also have photo and video samples from its dual-lens camera.Ever since the LG V10, LG has partnered with Joseph Gordon-Levitt to promote its flagships’ audio and camera capabilities, and this year’s V30 is no different.LG and his production website – HitRecord – are joining forces to promote the LG V30, and fortunately for us, a bunch of photos and videos of the V30 have leaked on HitRecord.You can click here to see all the photos and videos.As you can see from the screenshots above, the videos on HitRecord show the upcoming LG V30 from every angle: the front looks almost identical to the LG G6 with a 2:1 aspect ratio FullVision screen (confirmed to be P-OLED) although both sides of the glass seem slightly curved this time around.The back is unmistakably LG, featuring two camera lenses, a laser sensor, and a fingerprint scanner.