Phone snag Shutters Mobile County’s new Emergency Operations Center as Tropical Storm Gordon Looms
(TNS) – Tropical Storm Gordon should be the baptism for Mobile County’s brand-new, state-of-the-art Emergency Operations Center — but a snag being blamed on AT&T will keep it out of commission. “The building itself is completed and operational,” said Mike Evans, deputy director of the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency. “Our data and our phones… Continue reading Phone snag Shutters Mobile County’s new Emergency Operations Center as Tropical Storm Gordon Looms
Are AI Apps Delivering Benefits?
Are the AI apps organizations have deployed actually delivering benefits? That’s a question Curt Hall has had for some time. The latest results from Cutter Consortium’s ongoing survey examining the adoption and application of AI technology in the enterprise holds some answers. Our research has found that while most (45%) organizations report that it’s still too early… Continue reading Are AI Apps Delivering Benefits?
West Virginians Encouraged to be Prepared for Emergencies
(TNS) – As part of National Preparedness Month, West Virginians are encouraged to become prepared in case of an emergency. The American Red Cross West Virginia Region urges everyone not to wait until an emergency occurs and it’s too late. “We strongly encourage you to take steps now to prepare,” said Courtney Clark, Executive Director… Continue reading West Virginians Encouraged to be Prepared for Emergencies
SIOS Survey Says News is Mixed When It Comes to How Well High Availability Applications Are Supported
New Report Reveals Current Trends and Challenges Related to HA Applications including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and SAP/HANA SAN MATEO, Calif. – SIOS Technology Corp., the industry pioneer in providing intelligent application availability for critical workloads, today announced the results of a survey it conducted in partnership with ActualTech Mediato understand current trends and… Continue reading SIOS Survey Says News is Mixed When It Comes to How Well High Availability Applications Are Supported
Insight Adds Cohesity to OneCall Support and Managed Services Offerings
Provides monitoring and problem resolution for Cohesity’s hyperconverged secondary storage solution TEMPE, Ariz. — Insight’s Cloud & Data Center Transformation (CDCT) division, Datalink, today announced the addition of Cohesity’s hyperconverged secondary storage solution to the technologies that can be managed with its OneCall Support and Managed Services offerings. The new option provides Insight clients… Continue reading Insight Adds Cohesity to OneCall Support and Managed Services Offerings
Everything you need to know about IFRS 16 in five minutes
New IFRS 16 legislation could make long-term office space lessees look for more flexible solutions, says Alexander Garrett Ships and planes, oil rigs and trains, shops and hotels – they all have one thing in common. Businesses have snapped up these valuable holdings in recent years through operating leases, as part of a massive spending… Continue reading Everything you need to know about IFRS 16 in five minutes
How will voice assistants change the workplace?
Are voice assistants intelligent enough to work in an office environment? Not quite, says Sam Shead. But it won’t be long… “Alexa, email John in HR and ask him if he’s free to discuss my promotion next Tuesday.” “Siri, please can you print this page for me?” “Cortana, open a new Excel spreadsheet and… Continue reading How will voice assistants change the workplace?
Mind the Skills Gap: Match Made in IT Heaven?
The hiring process would be so much easier if finding IT personnel was like matching on a dating website. Unfortunately, many candidates and employees lack the technical skills needed to make them “Mr. Right.” Thanks to shifts in technology, including the implementation of machine learning, new cybersecurity challenges and more, IT decision-makers are realizing the biggest… Continue reading Mind the Skills Gap: Match Made in IT Heaven?
Everbridge and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Celebrate 4 Years of Collaboration in Helping Bring Home Missing Kids
BURLINGTON, Mass. – Everbridge and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) celebrate the ongoing success of their alliance that has helped to reunite missing children with their families over the past four years. Since launching the venture in 2014, NCMEC has provided support to law enforcement in hundreds of cases nationwide—cases which were brought… Continue reading Everbridge and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Celebrate 4 Years of Collaboration in Helping Bring Home Missing Kids
Year after Harvey, residents rebound smoothly from hurricane
Mission Rock Residential, Interstate team up to minimize storm’s consequences FORT WORTH, Texas – A quick-witted shipment of 600 air-conditioners got the recovery process pointed in the right direction at The Point at Cypress Woods Apartments a year ago, and today the Cypress, Texas residents are living within a level of comfort they never imagined… Continue reading Year after Harvey, residents rebound smoothly from hurricane