Dog insurance is a significant differences between different insurance companies.the price difference can form up to hundreds of euro, estimates, Insurance and financial advice Fine.the Dog can assure its death, in addition to which animal insurance is replaced by, for example, veterinary expenses and liability insurance on the dog of the damage caused by the cost.Insurance terms, for example, the deductible and the maximum compensation amount for vary greatly, which is why the consumer is difficult to compare them.STT interviewed according to experts, it is essential to check for example, what diseases and injuries insurance will be replaced and what does not."What is the compensation scope, the deductible and the maximum amount of compensation?
Yesterday Runa Capital, a venture investment firm operating globally from its offices in Moscow, London and San Francisco, announced that it has closed its second fund, Runa Capital Fund II, having raised $135 million.As a result, Runa has $270 million under management, taking into account its first fund, which also amounted to $135 million.The firm declined to disclose any information about the new fund s backers.Focusing on Series A and B investments in the USA and Europe, Runa Capital Fund II targets companies with high ambitions on the global market, essentially in the fields of complex enterprise software and cloud applications, education, public services, finance and health.The new fund logically follows our development over the past years,  said Dmitry Chikhachev, Managing Partner at Runa Capital.We will support those who aim to gain significant shares on highly competitive markets.Runa Capital Fund II — which began operating two years ago — has already made 13 investments, coming in addition to the first fund s 30 portfolio companies.Launched in 2010 by Sergei Beloussov, Ilya Zybarev and Dmitry Chikhachev, Runa Capital I initially focused on Russia.The fund progressively expanded its scope to investing globally, following a strong invest-abroad trend among Russian venture capitalists.Over the past few years Runa — which Dow Jones Venture Source ranked among the top three European funds in 2015 — has invested significantly in Californian and Western European startups.Most recently, Runa led a $5.6 million round for SchoolMint, a leading provider of mobile and online enrollment systems for US public, charter and private schools.
If reading the previous sentence caused you to become angered and prepared to argue, instead of curious as to why I might say that, you're super-double-extra doomed with a side of "cheque please".The problem with self-identification as a minion-class button-pusher lies in the scope of awareness and the breadth of apathy.They design solutions by considering factors and elements outside the scope of the implementation of the technology.They view things related to business needs, business processes, laws, regulations, diplomacy, user experience concerns and documentation as "necessary evils" to be avoided if at all possible.What percentage of the company's monthly revenue is reasonable to be subscription fees for IT products and services?Whether or not your insert technology is up and running today is a very short-term problem requiring a very short-term focus.
Regulatory captureCanada's internet is regulated by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission CRTC .Only when heavily funded, well-coordinated campaigns by civil liberties organizations are put together does the CRTC even seem to consider regulating against the interests of the incumbent providers.This concept of regulatory capture is important.Even when the people win a victory, it is often pyrrhic, or at least very limited in scope.Also, we have laws that make the WiFi owner responsible for all traffic on their network, and the algorithms for the passwords are provider units and well known and discoverable remotely.Incumbent providers are thus unable to charge the "heavy users" more than a few hundred dollars a month.
In early 2010, Google confirmed that it had received EC complaints from Microsoft-owned Ciao and French legal search engine eJustice.fr—both of which expressed grave concerns about the terms and conditions imposed on Google s advertising syndication partners.At that point, the EC's antitrust boss outlined four different areas of concern.And it's that monopolistic behaviour that sits at the very heart of Google's status as the gatekeeper of the Internet, even as it continues to insist that "competition is just a click away."Others wondered if relationships between it and Google had simply thawed thanks to the arrival of two new chiefs at the companies.So where does Microsoft's exit—complete with the muffling of the funfair trumpet—leave the remaining complainants in the EC antitrust case?However, observers have argued that StreeMap's case was too limited in scope because it failed to address Google's alleged anti-competitive practices of demoting its rivals in the search market.
Asking about tough topics like parental leave or workplace equality can be tough during a job interview.You want to do everything you can to make the interview go well, but you also need to know if a company s culture is right for you.FairyGodboss can help you scope out potential employers through the reviews left by other women who work or have worked at the companies you re considering.Each company s profile includes information on things like the company s parental leave policy, if on-site childcare is available, and if women and men are treated equally part of a survey .Companies do have the opportunity to claim their page like Johnson & Johnson has , so keep that in mind as well.But, in general, the reviews and other information on this site can help you get a feel for how a company treats their female employees and if it will be a good fit for your work-life balance.
While it may lack the grand, historic sense of scope you may get from commanding a Roman legion into a decade-long crusade across Europe, or the barbarism of pillaging and raiding as the hordes of Attila, or seeing your first Arachnarok spider charge its way into a fray.There are only four playable factions at launch, five if you count the free Chaos Warriors add-on, but I haven t had access to them.While this pales in comparison to Attila s playable ten, Warhammer swaps a breadth of shallow cosmetic differences for actual mechanical depth, which makes for a far more diverse, more replayable strategy game.Or the Greenskins, who lack the ability to trade with other races but benefit greatly from raiding other provinces, receiving combat buffs the more victories they win.Finally, the Dwarfs, who focus heavily on diplomacy and trading to reach victory.The multiplayer campaign is very much like it is in the Civilization games – slow paced, and a huge time-sink that isn t particularly viable for the average player; but it provides a fantastic way for purists to play friends over the course of a few days, weeks or months.
Eric ConstantineauSen. Ron Wyden D-Ore. and other like-minded senators have come out forcefully against the pending change to federal judicial rules that would expand judges ability to authorize remote access hacking of criminal suspects devices.The entire bill is one sentence long: The proposed amendments to rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, which are set forth in the order entered by the Supreme Court of the United States on April 28, 2016, shall not take effect.For now, Rule 41 allows these junior judges to authorize electronic searches only within their own judicial district.He wrote:For law enforcement to conduct a remote electronic search, they generally need to plant malware in — i.e.To me, that s clearly a policy change that s outside the scope of an administrative change, and it is something that Congress should consider.For example, if agents are investigating criminals who are sexually exploiting children and uploading those videos for others to see—but concealing their location—agents will be able to go to court to obtain a warrant to discover where they are located.
Antti Palola STTK President of Antti Palola, according to a new confederation is not realized, Helsingin Sanomat says. I am aware of that will be to break away even more, Palola said to Helsingin Sanomat on Thursday STTK of Representatives at the meeting. Although some unions still consider the relationship with the new central organization, this will not happen, at least not in the original schedule and scope. Palola, according to Finland, the operations continue three employees' confederations. Palola estimates that more time was not ripe for this project like. The increased economic uncertainty also affected the preparation of the project.
And finally, you have to make sure that you don't manage to upset your user base before they even get your product into their hands.You can go with the Oculus Rift, or the HTC Vive.This week, Oculus took steps in the name of security, to ensure that Revive no longer functioned.They have gone back on a promise from the founder of the company, in hopes that their exclusive titles will bring in more sales.When we first learned about hacks that modify our software to interfere with the security, functionality and integrity of the Oculus ecosystem, and allow games to run outside the scope of our QA, testing and support, we immediately notified the community that we will not be supporting or maintaining the long term usability or quality of hacked software.We take the security, functionality and integrity of our system software very seriously and people should expect that hacked games won t work indefinitely as regular updates to content, apps and our platform may break the hacks.
More and more gamers are turning into content creators every day, and one company is expanding its efforts to keep those consumers satisfied.SplitmediaLabs revealed to GamesBeat that it has hired fighting game pro Victor Spooky Fontanez as its Xsplit Broadcaster product manager.Now, with these two new team members, the company is redoubling its efforts.We caught up with Xsplit and SplitmediaLabs chief marketing officer John Howe-Marshall about bringing on Spooky and UGR, and you can read the interview below:GamesBeat: What is the goal of bringing on Spooky and UGR?John Howe-Marshall: There are big things to come from XSplit this year, both in terms of the technology and solutions we offer to streamers and casters and in terms of the way we interface with them and service them.These hires help us set the table for that.Spooky has worked for years both streaming from home and putting on high-quality live event streams, experience that we can do a lot with.GamesBeat: How does having leaders like these help XSplit?Howe-Marshall: The perspective that Spooky and UGR bring to XSplit is truly invaluable.That perspective is huge for us as we continue to improve the XSplit platform, and I think that users will see Spooky s influence in the next rounds of features available to them.UGR has similar experience as a streamer and when you couple that with his professional expertise in community management and communications, he s exactly the type of addition to our community team that we need.GamesBeat: Is it important for Xsplit to bring in people from the gaming communities to act as leaders and to stay connected with what gamers want?Howe-Marshall: Absolutely.It s less about reputation for us and more about experience and expertise.GamesBeat: For Spooky, how will his experience help guide the product team?Howe-Marshall: We re always working on fixes and new features, both for our XSplit Broadcaster professional-grade offering and for XSplit Gamecaster, which makes streaming incredibly easy for the everyday gamer.Spooky has worked on both sides of that coin and in a variety of different live streaming setups and scenarios.His breadth of experience will be hugely important to have on our product team and will ensure an even deeper understanding of areas where streamers and broadcasters need help, need specific capabilities and features, and will generally help us to provide the best and most useful streaming technology possible.GamesBeat: What are some early ideas that he is working on?Howe-Marshall: Currently we have Spooky looking towards future version releases of XSplit Broadcaster, implementing application wide improvements in both user experience and feature set, in a bid to further widen the scope of what can be achieved with live streaming and recording software.Spooky will be directly influencing product development, and providing critical feedback on currently proposed features so that we can continue to iterate and improve upon our rapid release schedule.
Image caption Many older people are reluctant users of the net, suggest ONS figuresAlmost two-thirds of people aged over 75 have never gone online, suggest figures from the Office for National Statistics ONS .It also revealed that 25% of disabled people have yet to use the net - a figure campaigners called "shocking".High costThe ONS bulletin on net use in the first three months of 2016 revealed that 91% of people living in London went online regularly."While we have seen a notable increase in internet usage across all groups in recent years, many older and disabled people are still not online," said Mr Lee.Mark Atkinson, chief executive at disability charity Scope, said it was "shocking" that 25% of disabled people had not used the net as it created a significant digital divide."Digital access has the power to make life cost less," he said.
A new batch of ominous warnings about job-killing robots just arrived from the usual suspects, very clever, credentialed, accomplished people mingling at a glamourous watering-hole: in this case, the Milken Institute's Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California.These warnings tend to follow a predictable script: sufficiently urgent to get attention, but fuzzy enough to stop short of alarming.Warnings about the impact of robotics on people s jobs almost always have a temporizing quality: for example, at this conference robots are capable of taking over low-skill document management or Wall Street spreadsheet jockeys specialized jobs, yet aren t at the point of actually eliminating broad job categories.It is old school, beginning as a one-way transfer of data from computer green screens via the terminal s memory.It s also often an interface of last resort for an old school problem, the challenges organizations face in linking legacy systems with new applications, including lack of legacy documentation, source code and lost skillsets.This use is what many people are referring to when they speak about swivel-chair automation.Related Article: Buying In the Cloud: How Cloud Technology is Revolutionizing the Retail IndustryRPA PerceptionBut moving to web-scraping technology still left RPA with two major limitations, both of which reinforced the perception this robotic technology could only play a limited role, with limited scope, in business process automation.Limited Role in Process AutomationWhile web-scraping is highly effective, it customarily takes place at the task level while employees typically operate at both the task and activity level.The answer would appear to be yes; according to the Everest Group, 78 percent of GICs have either implemented RPA or are actively planning pilots.Related Article: When Tech Meets Pets: How Technology Is Serving Man's Best FriendWhat About AI & Cognitive, etc.?But what of the exotic technologies so many thought leaders are waiting for: AI, cognitive, machine learning?The answer is that they re important and will broaden RPA s footprint in ways that are hard to fully envision.
The B2B marketing profession is in danger of losing its newest generation of managers and potential future marketing leaders, new research has revealed.According to the Hays UK Salary & Recruiting Trends 2016, an annual survey of over 20,000 employers and employees in the UK, over half 60 per cent of millennials in marketing anticipate leaving their jobs within the next 12 months and a third 34 per cent expect to leave within six months.Over a quarter 26 per cent of this age group state they wanted to leave their current role due to a lack of future opportunities, suggesting businesses may need to provide more investment in training and clearer communication around progression.More than a third 40 per cent of millennials believe there is no scope for progression within their current organisation and over half 51 per cent feel uncertain or negative about their career prospects.Many marketing functions are already suffering from severe skill shortages in mid-level roles, with 71 per cent of marketers saying they expect to encounter a shortage of suitable applicants this year."While the new wave of younger millennials about to graduate from university will require training and support to transition into the commercial, fast paced marketing world of today, those millennial marketers with several years expertise will be actively considering their future and looking to take the next step, aspiring to leadership roles.
A sunrise showcases the Earth's thin, thin atmosphere.Yet the station remains an abstract concept when compared to something as concrete as a rocket launch or a space shuttle.But even these views are limited in scope and clarity.For me, then, the true star of A Beautiful Planet is not Earth—with its storms, continents, volcanoes, coral reefs, and city lights—or even the Aurora Borealis, but the International Space Station, revealed in its glory by a Canon EOS C500 4K Digital Cinema Camera and EOS-1D C 4K cameras.These three astronauts provide A Beautiful Planet with much of its commentary, but others—such as NASA s Kjell Lindgren and Scott Kelly, Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, and Kimiya Yui of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency—appear as well.Little time was set aside in the crew s schedules to capture footage, so much of what we see was shot outside of the long hours the crew spend each day tending to the station, working on experiments, or exercising to ensure they don t lose too much muscle while in free fall.
Utilities will be among the sectors rushing to keep their fast-growing Internet of Things IoT systems safe from hackers will drive growth in the IoT security market by 55% between 2016 and 2020, according to a new study.The report by MarketResearchReports.biz entitled Global Internet of Things Security Market 2016-2020 found that IoT security will be driven by such end-use industries as automotive, healthcare – and especially utilities.During the forecast period, the utilities sector is expected to drive the demand from the market with highest adoption of IoT security solutions, the report media release stated.Gartner predicted worldwide expenditures on IoT security will grow by 24% this year to $348 million, then grow to $547 million in 2018 and to $841 million in 2020.These included: Nokia, NetComm Wireless, Palo Alto Networks, Cisco Systems, Intel, Broadcom, Sierra Wireless, Secure Crossing, Systech Solutions, Sophos, IBM, Gemalto, Kore Wireless, Numerex, Rockwell Automation, Symantec, Infineon Technologies, Axeda Machine Cloud, Fortinet, Eurotech, Tofino, Ventus Wireless, Digi International, Ericsson and Telit.The geographic scope of the report covered such regions as: the Americas; Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and the Asia Pacific region.
Internet usage among those aged 75 years and above in the UK has been on the rise since 2011, according to data released by the Office of National Statistics ONS .The percentage of UK adults aged 75 years and over using internet in recent months rose to 38.7% in 2016, compared to 19.9% in 2011.Pete Lee from the Office for National Statistics Surveys and Economic Indicators Division said: "While we have seen a notable increase in internet usage across all groups in recent years, many older and disabled people are still not online, with two-thirds of women over 75 having never used the internet."Mark Atkinson, chief executive at disability charity Scope, said it was "shocking" to note that 25% of disabled people had never used the net as it showed a sharp digital divide.Atkinson was quoted by BBC as saying: "Digital access has the power to make life cost less.However, net usage in the first three months of this year showed that 91% of the residents in London used Internet regularly.
Who has time to it when it takes over 24 hours to plow through. Together, they are longer than the entire New Testament and would take 24 hours to read. - The current system of conditions attached to the digital services is absurd. The scope, length and complexity makes it almost impossible to make good and well-informed decisions, says Finn Myrstad, head of Forbrukerrådet. Few, if any, has the time and opportunity to familiarize themselves with what faktistk agrees, he says. But developing chips and dip and get ready for an evening.
While the supporting teams like development may define a release through their lens of deploying code into production through a series of sprints, the product owner incorporates this perspective and those of teams and customers into a complete delivery.Releases define your themed product journey, and represent major launch milestones for that overall journey.The release and its place in the journey also provide your teams valuable information on when they may need to engage on a dependency or market a new innovation as just a few examples .The accuracy of this expectation and plan depends on whether the team s capacity is well-known as well as the level of detail or grooming the scope has been through during estimation.As a product manager, using a launch planning tool will enable you to create a gold standard for major delivery.Regardless of whether your release plan is executed in sprints or via more waterfall methodologies, regular check-ins and adjustments to plan are necessary.
Microsoft, always up to some kind of side project or another, has released an app that brings news tailored directly to your work and interests.Using a news-gathering bot called Rowe, "your personal news agent," News Pro aggregates articles across a variety of sites and brings you ones it thinks you'll find relevant.Users can also sign in using LinkedIn and Facebook to boost the agent's scope, bringing you articles outside your usual interests that you may also like, as well as allow for discussion of the day's news with your colleagues.News Pro is the latest project to come out of Microsoft Garage - a division of the software giant devoted to eclectic creations such as a customizable one-handed keyboard and facial recognition software for dogs.iOS owners can get their hands on News Pro today from the App Store.With luck, the News Pro bot won't go the way of Microsoft's ill-fated Tay - an AI millennial with a Twitter account that users turned into a racist within 24 hours.
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