Content management system – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 21:58:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon.png Content management system – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ 32 32 States hand over recordings of Indigenous oral histories to tribal control https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/states-hand-over-recordings-of-indigenous-oral-histories-to-tribal-control/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 21:58:30 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/states-hand-over-recordings-of-indigenous-oral-histories-to-tribal-control/ There are over 600 oral history records housed where Lina Ortega is Associate Curator of Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Ortega speaks limited Seminole, one of the languages ​​heard on the recordings. But while reviewing a regular 1969 tribal government meeting, she kept hearing a name she knew. The name was […]]]>

There are over 600 oral history records housed where Lina Ortega is Associate Curator of Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Ortega speaks limited Seminole, one of the languages ​​heard on the recordings. But while reviewing a regular 1969 tribal government meeting, she kept hearing a name she knew.

The name was that of his grandfather, Thomas Coker, an elected tribal official who was active in Seminole Nation politics for more than 30 years. The recording captured the empowering historical moment when many tribes were drafting new constitutions after the Termination Era ended, roughly two decades when the US government ceased federal recognition of certain tribes.

“I couldn’t take it all in,” said Ortega, who is a Sac and Fox Nation citizen and has Seminole and Muscogee Creek heritage. “But I just heard his name come up quite often, and it was a joy.”

These are the treasures of the archives of the Doris Duke Indian Oral History Program, which from 1966 to 1972 paid anthropologists, historians and linguists at seven state universities to capture the histories and, in some cases, the languages ​​in decline, indigenous peoples around the world. United States.

The collection was supported by $200,000 grants to each school by tobacco heiress Doris Duke, whose friendship with actor Marlon Brando spurred her interest in collecting oral histories, according to the 1992 biography. of Duke, “The richest girl in the world”. Brando declined his 1973 Oscar for The Godfather in protest of the federal response to members of the American Indian Movement and other activists who occupied Wounded Knee, South Dakota, for 71 days.

Fifty years later, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation is following up on its initial grants with a $1.6 million gift to digitize records stored at universities. This time, tribes will have much more control over access, which will be through a centralized digital content management system, Mukurtu, created by and for indigenous peoples.

Increased control may mean that certain documents will no longer be as easily accessible to the public as before. But it also means that the descendants of those recorded – some of whom may not have given consent for their stories, songs or interviews to be recorded – will decide which materials should be in the public domain.

This will help achieve the original goals as envisioned by Duke – to record Indigenous history from an Indigenous perspective and then release the materials to the tribes from which the recordings originated so they can decide how they should be used. . Many archivists anticipate that the records will continue to be a resource for cultural and linguistic revitalization efforts. Tribes can also add modern oral histories to their collections.

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Recordings and transcripts are popular items in any university archival collection, which has led to difficult conversations about access as tribes reassess what should be made public, said Jolene Manus, who is Diné/ Omaha/Tsalagi of the Navajo Nation, and the Curator of Native American Collections at the Center for Southwest Research at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

Manus oversees 700 recordings in this collection, about half of which are from the Navajo people. The audio of the recordings is not available online in the collection, but transcriptions of the English recordings formerly were. Although Manus obtained permission from the tribes, she withdrew some transcriptions from circulation, especially those detailing ceremonial or cultural practices that were never intended to be shared beyond the tribe. Access decisions are for sovereign nations to make, she said, not for the university.

“I have a lot of respect for the songs and what they’re about,” she said. “Even coming into contact with certain types of songs can have an effect on an individual, especially if you don’t know what you’re listening to. You need an expert, more of an expert than me. These are the people who are the cultural experts, in their communities. They are the ones who know exactly who should have access to it, when they should have access to it, why they should have access to it or not.

With digitization, the possibilities for future use are nearly limitless, said Susan Feller, president of the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums, an international nonprofit organization that oversees the new Duke grant.

“These records sat on a shelf and were not accessible, not even to tribes,” said Feller, who is Choctaw and based in Oklahoma. “People are hearing the voices of their ancestors for the first time. They learn new words in their language. So it helps them advance their tribal language programs because a lot of the recordings are in the original language. This helps them further develop their tribal stories.

Duke’s original program ended in 1972 with approximately 6,500 oral interviews from 150 indigenous cultures. Some state university systems were better able than others to use what they gathered. The 1971 book “To Be an Indian” emerged from oral interviews conducted by researchers with Duke Fellowships at the University of South Dakota and was used as a textbook in Native American studies courses.

In other places, however, recordings languished in boxes, on deteriorated tapes, sometimes without transcriptions. Other institutions that hold collections include the University of Arizona, University of Florida, University of Illinois, and University of Utah. The University of California, Los Angeles also received one of the first freshman grants from the Duke program.

Because the interviews were conducted in a pre-digital era by dozens of different people at multiple universities, the project never had a common index or bibliography. It was therefore difficult, until now, to assess the scale of a vast program that captured the lives of Indigenous peoples at a pivotal moment in American history.

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Duke had varied interests and knew the power of recorded personal histories, according to his biography as well as an account of his oral history project written by anthropologist Dianna Repp. During World War II, the heiress worked for US intelligence in Italy and Cairo, where she recorded conversations with wounded US soldiers to share with their families. Twenty years later, one of Duke’s wartime friends with connections at the University of Illinois explained to him how endangered Indigenous languages ​​and other cultural knowledge were at the death of ancient Native Americans. , wrote Repp. That may have been as big an influence on Duke’s initial gift as his friendship with Brando.

“Doris Duke passed away 30 years ago, but we still want to be intentional and respectful and honor her wishes and the things that mattered to her,” said Rumeli Banik, who oversees the Doris Duke Charitable program. Foundation.

Among the so-called Dukies who collected oral histories during the early years of the program was Susan Penfield, who in 1969 was a 22-year-old graduate student at the University of Arizona, dragging a tape recorder with her. coil. interviews. At the time, she was intrigued by capturing moribund native languages ​​and chose to do oral interviews with the Mojave who resided at the Colorado River Indian Tribes Reservation near Parker, Arizona.

Penfield thought it would be a relatively simple summer of fieldwork in anthropology, but it influenced his decision to become a linguist. She continued to work in the community for 50 years.

“You could see it shrinking,” Penfield said of the Mojave language. “When I first went there, you would hear people queuing at the market or the post office, everyone speaking Mojave. I took a grad student there in the 90s. He never heard the language spoken.

Ortega, the curator who heard her grandfather’s name mentioned in the tapes, said she continued to enjoy the variety of topics people talked about during their interviews in Oklahoma when the Duke program began. It’s just as charming to hear the accents of the time, which remind him of the way of speaking of his grandparents.

“It really reminds me of my grandparents, the way they spoke and even some of the terms they used that you don’t hear so much anymore,” she said. “So I always like to hear their voices just for that aspect. And I’ve had other people tell me that too.

This story was published by Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts, on June 24, 2021. You can find the original article here.

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Battery Management System Market – Global Industry https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/battery-management-system-market-global-industry/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 17:41:27 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/battery-management-system-market-global-industry/ New York, Sept. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Battery Management System Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2022-2031” – https:/ /www.reportlinker.com/p06317853/?utm_source=GNW The report provides the global battery management systems market revenue for the period 2017-2031, considering 2021 as the base year and 2031 […]]]>

New York, Sept. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Battery Management System Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2022-2031” – https:/ /www.reportlinker.com/p06317853/?utm_source=GNW
The report provides the global battery management systems market revenue for the period 2017-2031, considering 2021 as the base year and 2031 as the forecast year.

The report also provides the compound annual growth rate (CAGR%) of the global battery management systems market from 2022 to 2031.

The report has been prepared after extensive research. Primary research involved the bulk of research efforts, in which analysts conducted interviews with key opinion leaders, industry leaders, and opinion makers.

The secondary research consisted of consulting product literature, annual reports, press releases, and relevant documents of major players to understand the Battery Management System market.

Secondary research also included internet sources, statistical data from government agencies, websites and professional associations. Analysts have used a combination of top-down and bottom-up approaches to study various attributes of the global Battery Management Systems market.

The report includes an elaborate executive summary, along with an overview of the growth behavior of various segments included in the scope of the study. Additionally, the report sheds light on changing competitive dynamics in the global Battery Management Systems market.

These are invaluable tools for existing market players as well as entities looking to participate in the global Battery Management Systems Market.

The report examines the competitive landscape of the global battery management systems market. Major players operating in the global battery management systems market have been identified and each of them has been profiled, in terms of various attributes.

Company overview, financial status, recent developments and SWOT are the attributes of the global Battery Management Systems market players profiled in this report.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The research methodology will be a combination of exhaustive primary and secondary research to analyze the Battery Management System market.

Secondary research

Secondary research includes a search of corporate literature, technical writing, patent data, Internet sources, and statistical data from government websites, trade associations, and agencies. This has proven to be the most reliable, efficient and successful approach to obtaining accurate data, capturing insights from industry participants and identifying business opportunities.

Secondary research sources that we generally refer to, but are not limited to:
Company websites, presentations, annual reports, white papers, technical documents, product brochure
Internal and external proprietary databases and relevant patents
National government documents, statistical databases and market reports
News articles, press releases and webcasts specific to companies operating in the market

Specific secondary sources:

Industry Sources:
WorldWideScience.org
Elsevier, Inc.
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
PubMed
NCBI
Department of Health Services
Trade Data Sources
Commercial card
UN Comtrade
Trade Atlas
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OneSource Professional Browser
Hoover’s
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Bloomberg
Mergers and Acquisitions
Thomson Mergers & Acquisitions
MergerStat
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Primary research

During the research, we conduct in-depth interviews and discussions with a wide range of key industry participants and thought leaders. Primary research represents the bulk of research efforts, supplemented by extensive secondary research.

We conduct primary interviews on an ongoing basis with participants and industry commentators to validate data and analysis. A typical research interview performs the following functions:
Provides first-hand information on market size, market trends, growth trends, competitive landscape, outlook, etc.
Helps validate and strengthen secondary research findings
Further develop the expertise and market understanding of the analysis team
The main research involves email interactions, phone interviews, as well as face-to-face interviews for each market, category, segment and sub-segment across geographies

Participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to:

Industry Participants: Marketing/Product Managers, Market Intelligence Managers and Regional Sales Managers
Purchasing/Sourcing managers, technical staff, distributors

External experts: investment bankers, valuation experts and research analysts specializing in specific markets
Key opinion leaders specializing in different areas corresponding to different industry verticals

List of main participants, but not limited to:
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Danfysik A/S
Hitachi, Ltd.
IBA in the world
Mevision Medical Systems, Inc.

Data triangulation: information extracted from “secondary and primary sources” is cross-checked with the “TMR knowledge repository”, which is updated quarterly.

Market Estimation: Market size estimations involved in-depth study of product features, technological updates, geographical presence, product demand, sales data (value or volume), growth year-over-year history, etc. Other approaches have also been used to derive market size and forecasts. When no hard data was available, we used modeling techniques to produce comprehensive data sets. A rigorous methodology has been adopted, in which available hard data is cross-referenced with the following types of data to produce estimates:

Demographics: healthcare spending, inflation rate and more

Industry indicators: R&D investment, technological stage and infrastructure, sector growth and facilities
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TYPO3 Open Source CMS Tackles XSS Vulnerability https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/typo3-open-source-cms-tackles-xss-vulnerability/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 15:48:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/typo3-open-source-cms-tackles-xss-vulnerability/ Bug caused by a parsing issue in the upstream package The makers of the venerable open-source content management system (CMS) TYPO3 have patched a cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw with a series of software updates. The PHP package typo3/html-sanitizer’s XSS mechanism was bypassed due to a parsing issue in the masterminds/html5 upstream package that “malicious markup […]]]>

Bug caused by a parsing issue in the upstream package

The makers of the venerable open-source content management system (CMS) TYPO3 have patched a cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw with a series of software updates.

The PHP package typo3/html-sanitizer’s XSS mechanism was bypassed due to a parsing issue in the masterminds/html5 upstream package that “malicious markup used in a sequence with special HTML comments cannot be filtered and sanitized,” explained a GitHub advisory posted on Tuesday (Sept. 13).

The issue has been fixed in typo3/cms-core versions 7.6.58, 8.7.48, 9.5.37, 10.4.32 and 11.5.16. All earlier versions of these release lines are affected.

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With user interaction required, the bug is classified as moderate severity, with a CVSS score of 6.1.

Nevertheless, even with a modest market share, TYPO3 represents a large number of active installations.

Launched in 1997, the free CMS holds 2.43% of the CMS market, which translates to over 230,000 customers, 46% of which are based in Germany.

The TYPO3 association, which has about 900 members, funds the development through donations and subscriptions.

Credit for finding bugs goes to security researcher David Klein, while Olivier HaderTYPO3 Security Team Leader and Core Developer, developed the patch.

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Announcing the 2022 Government Experience Awards Winners https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/announcing-the-2022-government-experience-awards-winners/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 23:05:34 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/announcing-the-2022-government-experience-awards-winners/ September 15, 2022 – The Center for Digital Government (CDG) today announced the winners of the sixth annual Government Experience Awards. The awards recognize state, city, and county achievements and best practices that radically improve the experience of government services. Major jurisdictions, agencies and government departments will be honored at the Government Experience Awards at […]]]>

September 15, 2022 – The Center for Digital Government (CDG) today announced the winners of the sixth annual Government Experience Awards. The awards recognize state, city, and county achievements and best practices that radically improve the experience of government services. Major jurisdictions, agencies and government departments will be honored at the Government Experience Awards at the virtual GovX Summit later today.

The Summit is CDG’s premier annual event showcasing the latest trends, best practices and insights around the evolution of the government experience. Registration is free and open to the public sector only.

“The government experience continues to be a top priority for state and local government agencies as they seek to quickly respond to new citizen and employee expectations,” said Dustin Haisler, Chief Innovation Officer for the Center. of Digital Government. “Over the past year, we’ve seen agencies adopt new emerging technologies to adapt their experiences with new behaviors and changes with underlying technology trends. It is very inspiring to see agencies taking a human-centered approach to service delivery, as leading agencies seek to embed digital equity, accessibility and inclusion into the experiences they enable. . »

This year’s winners redesigned websites with improved languages ​​and accessibility features, developed apps to streamline the flow of funds to those most in need, and used mobile apps, social media , electronic newsletters and digital service analytics to improve voter experience and customer service. delivery.

The 2022 Government Experience Award winners are:
Overall State Government Experience Winners:
1st Place – State of Maryland
2nd Place – Utah State

3rd Place – Mississippi State
4th Place – Indiana State
5th Place – Louisiana State
5th place – State of Vermont

Finalists
Arkansas State
state of hawaii
State of Maine
Oklahoma State
Oregon State
state of texas

Overall County Government Experience Winners:
1st place – Cabarrus County, North Carolina
2nd Place – Oakland County, MI
3rd Place – Dutchess County, NY
4th place – San Diego County, California
5th Place – St. Louis County, MO
Finalists
DeKalb County, Georgia
Johnson County, KS
Suffolk County, New York State
Wake County, North Carolina

Overall City Government Experience Winners:
1st place – City of Louisville, KY
2nd Place – City of El Paso, Texas
3rd Place – City of Virginia Beach, Virginia
4th place – City of Bellevue, WA
5th place – City of Santa Monica, CA
Finalists
City of Albuquerque, New Mexico
City of Alexandria, Virginia
City of Nashville and Davidson County, TN
Town of Rancho Cordova, California
City of Riverside, California
City of Seattle, WA

Learn more about in-depth Global Rewards coverage here.

Project Experience Award: In addition to global rewards, project rewards have a single focus area and may include more than one channel of interaction. Thirty-seven Government Experience Project Awards were presented in four categories (city, county, state and federal).

City Government Experience Winners
• Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana – Citizen Data Academy On Demand
• Danville, Va. – Online permit portal
• Detroit, Michigan – Contactless Customer Service
• Gary, Indiana – Gary Online!
• Malden, Mass. – Priority to replacing the lead service line with childhood exposure
• New York City – discover DYCD
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Sourcing Platform Upgrade
• Plano, Texas – Zoning Alert Tool and Response Map
• San Jose, CA – 311 Services for Equity and Accessibility
• Scottsdale, Arizona – ScottsdaleEZ

County Government Experience Winners
• Alameda County, CA – Modernizing Appraisal Appeals
• Clark County, Nevada – FixIt Clark County
• Cook County, Illinois – Property Assessment Fairness and Transparency
• Dutchess County, NY – Long Term Transparency Plan
• City and County of Honolulu – HNLDOC Document Collection Website
• Jefferson County, Colorado – DMV Online Chat Solution
• Los Angeles County – DPSS Robotic Process Automation for Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Card Replacement
• Miami-Dade County, Florida – Lawsuit
• Osceola County, Florida. Property Appraiser – Homestead Exemption Online Application
• Palm Beach County, Florida – Online Application System
• San Diego County – ShakeReadySD, earthquake early warning mobile app

State Government Experience Winners
• Arizona Cyber ​​Grant for local and tribal governments
• California DOT – Digital Registration of COVID-19 Vaccines
• Redesign of the Colorado.gov portal website
• Iowa OCIO – Tech2Connect Correctional Program
• Kansas DWP – Go Outdoors Kansas Online License and Registration
• New Jersey State Police: Firearms Registration System and Application (FARS)
• Pass Excelsior and New York State Pass Plus
• Ohio – Reducing Unemployment Insurance Fraud and Abuse
• Pennsylvania Treasury Transparency Portal
• Rhode Island Enterprise Content Management System (eCMS)
• Tennessee MyTN – The enterprise mobile app for government services
• Virginia DH – Vaccine Appointment Scheduling Engine (VASE+)
• Wisconsin DOT – eMV PARTNER Automatic plate and decal ordering

Federal Government Experience Winners
• United States Department of Labor – OFCCP Contractor Portal Registration
• US Department of Labor – VETS Transition Assistance Program Employment Navigator
• US Government Publishing Office – Nine Billion Government Information Retrievals

FUTURE READY PRICE 2022: The Future Ready Awards are given to jurisdictions that are laying the groundwork for the disruptive and converging forces shaping an uncertain future — through changes in technology or process; innovation; collaboration with partners; and harnessing emerging technologies to solve problems.

CDG presented the Future Ready awards to:
City of Virginia Beach, VA – Accelerating Climate Resilience Through Data Science
Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk – Using IoT for Ballot Box Tracking
Hawaii Business Technology Services Office – Safe Travels Digital Platform

For more detailed coverage of the Future Ready Awards, click here.

CDG thanks its member companies who subscribe to the Government Experience Awards 2022: Accela, Adobe, Amazon Web Services, CAI, HP Inc., Infor, KPMG, Laserfiche, LinkedIn Talent Solutions, Microsoft, NIC, Oracle, Pure Storage, RingCentral, Inc. ., SHI International Corp, Trellix, Verizon Enterprise Solutions, VertiGIS and Yubico.

About the Center for Digital Government

The Center for Digital Government (CDG) is a national research and advisory institute focused on technology policy and best practices in state and local government. CDG is a division of e.Republic, the only national media and research company focused exclusively on state and local government and education.

Contact: Janet Grenslitt Director of Surveys and Awards
e.Republic | Center for Digital Government
jgrenslitt@centerdigitalgov.com

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Gorilla Technologies Announces CEO Transition | New https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/gorilla-technologies-announces-ceo-transition-new/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 00:02:49 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/gorilla-technologies-announces-ceo-transition-new/ TAIPEI, Taiwan and NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (“Gorilla”) (Nasdaq: GRRR), a leader in advanced video analytics artificial intelligence, IoT technologies and Cybersecurity, today announced the appointment of Executive Chairman Jayesh (Jay) Chandan as CEO, effective immediately. Chandan succeeds founder and CEO, Dr. Spincer Koh, who is retiring […]]]>

TAIPEI, Taiwan and NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (“Gorilla”) (Nasdaq: GRRR), a leader in advanced video analytics artificial intelligence, IoT technologies and Cybersecurity, today announced the appointment of Executive Chairman Jayesh (Jay) Chandan as CEO, effective immediately. Chandan succeeds founder and CEO, Dr. Spincer Koh, who is retiring after more than two decades of involvement with the company.

“Gorilla is at an exciting connection point, following its recent public listing as a publicly traded company with working capital, strong growth momentum and international expansion in our sights. As the edge computing market continues to grow exponentially, we continue to improve business agility by bringing infrastructure and applications closer to where data is generated and consumed, powering the next wave of digital transformation,” Chandan said. “On behalf of the company and the board, I would like to thank Dr. Koh for leading and building the company over the past two decades, and wish him the best as he enters his retirement. I am honored to lead the company through this next phase of growth and am committed to maximizing long-term shareholder value as we build Gorilla into the go-to provider of Edge AI worldwide.

“We are at an exciting point in the company’s growth trajectory. After more than 20 years since I founded Gorilla, now is the right time for me to walk away and retire. Jay has been instrumental in the recent stages of our business, including our registration as a public company. I have the utmost confidence in Jay to guide Gorilla through this next chapter,” Dr. Koh said.

Gorilla’s industry-leading AI technology has been developed over the past 20 years and includes 31 granted or pending patents with solutions available on all hardware platforms, and through AI models, artificial intelligence and artificial intelligence SaaS modules. It develops a wide range of video-centric and content management solutions, including Smart Cities, Smart Retail and Enterprise Security. Additionally, Gorilla provides a comprehensive security convergence platform to government institutions, telecommunications companies, and private enterprises with network monitoring and cybersecurity.

About Gorilla Technologies Group Inc.

Gorilla (Nasdaq: GRRR), headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, is a global leader in security intelligence, network intelligence, business intelligence and IoT technology. Gorilla develops a wide range of solutions, including Smart Cities, Smart Retail, Enterprise Security and Smart Media. Additionally, Gorilla provides a comprehensive security convergence platform to government institutions, telecommunications companies, and private enterprises with network monitoring and cybersecurity.

Gorilla is focused on delivering cutting-edge technology, expert service, and accurate delivery, and ensuring high-end, intelligent, and robust Edge AI solutions that enable customers to improve operational performance and efficiency. Through continued development of the core technology, Gorilla will provide Edge AI solutions to managed service providers, distributors, system integrators and hardware manufacturers. For more information, visit gorilla-technology.com.

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Learning Management System in Future Education Market Including Top Players Blackboard, Moodle, Desire2Learn https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/learning-management-system-in-future-education-market-including-top-players-blackboard-moodle-desire2learn/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 19:34:49 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/learning-management-system-in-future-education-market-including-top-players-blackboard-moodle-desire2learn/ Learning Management System in Education Market is the title of a professional market research to assess the growth potential of the market. The main objective of the research should have been to provide fundamental information about the industry rivals, current market trends, market potential, growth rate, along with other relevant data. The study will examine […]]]>

Learning Management System in Education Market is the title of a professional market research to assess the growth potential of the market. The main objective of the research should have been to provide fundamental information about the industry rivals, current market trends, market potential, growth rate, along with other relevant data.

The study will examine the global Learning Management System in Education market in terms of its current status as well as its future potential. Separate chapters on regional studies, along with annual growth forecasts for the survey period from 2022 to 2028, are included to help readers better understand the long-term prospects of the markets. The research examines the most significant barriers to market expansion along with the long-term growth potential of the global Education Learning Management System industry. This page currently covers expansion plans and procedures, growth forecasts, production methods and cost structures.

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Additionally, the report includes data on the market shares of the top 10 companies so that companies/companies intending to enter the market can assess where they stand against major competitors and adjust their strategy accordingly. .

This research examines a number of geographically significant regions:
• North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
• Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
• South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and rest of South America)
• Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, South Africa and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

The segmentation covered in this report is:
Segment by Type – Content Management – Talent Management – Performance Management – Student Management – Mobile & Social Learning – Others Segment by Application – Enterprise – Government – Education

The following manufacturers were found, according to the study report.
Blackboard, Moodle, Desire2Learn, SAP, Saba Software, Sumtotal Systems, eCollege, WebCT, Edmodo, McGraw-Hill, Pearson, GlobalScholar, Automatic Data Processing, Cornerstone OnDemand, Netdimensions, Oracle, Sungard, Jenzabar, Instructure

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A milestone in the history of Sitecore? https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/a-milestone-in-the-history-of-sitecore/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 14:25:44 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/a-milestone-in-the-history-of-sitecore/ Is the new Sitecore XM Cloud a benchmark for digital experience software provider? This longtime developer seems to think so. In mid-July, Sitecore announced the launch of Sitecore XM Cloud, the culmination of a process that saw Sitecore make core components of its platform available on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis. . Critically, Sitecore XM Cloud […]]]>

Is the new Sitecore XM Cloud a benchmark for digital experience software provider? This longtime developer seems to think so.

In mid-July, Sitecore announced the launch of Sitecore XM Cloud, the culmination of a process that saw Sitecore make core components of its platform available on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis. . Critically, Sitecore XM Cloud makes Sitecore’s leading content management system (CMS) available on a SaaS basis, an essential part of Sitecore’s support of a digital experience platform (DXP) based on a composable architecture.

Sitecore marketing has been emphasizing the use of Sitecore as a composable DXP for some time. A series of acquisitions has resulted in an expanding portfolio of SaaS services, including Sitecore Content Hub (resulting from the acquisition of Stylelabs) and Sitecore CDP, based on the more recent acquisition of Boxever.

The Digital Experience Platform is no longer under development

Although more elements of Sitecore are becoming available as independent SaaS-based services, until now it has been difficult to present a consistent and complete picture of Sitecore as supporting a cloud-focused composable DXP when the core of the product was still not available in Par ici.

The overwhelming majority of Sitecore customers we work with use the CMS on a daily basis; their daily experience of using Sitecore involves the CMS. For them, the message that Sitecore supports a composable DXP when their most used part of the platform is not part of this architecture has sent mixed messages and confused the market, and to some measure sold a story that was a work-in-progress. The launch of Sitecore XM Cloud means that is no longer the case.

The launch of Sitecore XM Cloud therefore represents something of a milestone in Sitecore’s history and a pivotal point to the integrated platform being available either managed on an organization’s own infrastructure or on a platform basis. as a service (PaaS). While these options are still available, Sitecore clearly prioritizes the fully cloud-native composable route.

Related article: What’s behind the launch of Sitecore’s new cloud-native CMS?

What is Sitecore XM Cloud?

At its core, Sitecore XM Cloud is a headless CMS that also has an editing experience attached. Sitecore positions itself as a “modern, cloud-native CMS enabling brands to create, manage, and deliver relevant content at lightning-fast speeds.”

Unsurprisingly, Sitecore also used the new release to bring in new features and a redesign, some of which evolved from previous releases or were in preview. The improvements are again the result of the $1.2 billion investment Sitecore received to support its acquisitions, increase its marketing efforts and improve the platform.

Of particular note is the Sitecore Pages feature which allows on-page editing based on the Horizon editor which has been improved over recent versions; it provides a more attractive and easy to use interface than the existing experience editor. The editing experience is also enhanced to create components that can then be reused across multiple sites; there are various refreshed interfaces to facilitate the management of a multi-site environment.

A “cloud portal” also allows administrators to access the various SaaS-based Sitecore components within your composable architecture. All in all, this looks like a significant upgrade to the core CMS, which has arguably been given a lower priority over the past two years.

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AFCP’s Belgian subsidiary, Fuel Cell Power NV, obtains ISO https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/afcps-belgian-subsidiary-fuel-cell-power-nv-obtains-iso/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 04:05:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/afcps-belgian-subsidiary-fuel-cell-power-nv-obtains-iso/ TORONTO, Sept. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Corp. (NEO: PWWR) (OTCQB: ALKFF) (Frankfurt: 77R, WKN: A3CTYF) (“AFCP” or the “Company”), a diversified investment platform developing affordable, renewable and reliable energy assets and clean technologies, is pleased to announce that Fuel Cell Power NV (“FCP NV”), the Company’s wholly-owned Belgian subsidiary , […]]]>

TORONTO, Sept. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Corp. (NEO: PWWR) (OTCQB: ALKFF) (Frankfurt: 77R, WKN: A3CTYF) (“AFCP” or the “Company”), a diversified investment platform developing affordable, renewable and reliable energy assets and clean technologies, is pleased to announce that Fuel Cell Power NV (“FCP NV”), the Company’s wholly-owned Belgian subsidiary , has obtained ISO 9001:2015 certification for its quality management system from BQA NV in accordance with international standards of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The scope of FCP NV certification is the development of alkaline fuel cells.

Figure 1- Fuel Cell Power NV staff gather in Belgium for ISO 9001:2015 certification announcement.

“Achieving ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification reflects the entire team’s goal to become best in class in the industry. The integration of this quality management system with customer demands and consumer needs, combined with fast-paced engineering, is the perfect foundation to achieve our goal of becoming a cost leader in our global operating environment,” said Jo Verstappen, Managing Director of FCP NV.

“I would like to congratulate our Belgian team for this tremendous achievement; they have worked tirelessly to maintain our development schedule and expand our product development to fuel cell generators,” said Frank Carnevale, Managing Director. “Achieving ISO 9001 certification represents another key milestone in AFCP’s journey and provides important third-party validation of the company’s focus and unwavering commitment to reliability, quality assurance and security.”

About ISO 9001:2015

ISO 9001:2015 is a globally recognized quality management standard developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The certification provides a template for businesses of all types and sizes to use to implement an effective quality management system. The standard is based on several quality management principles, including a strong customer orientation, the involvement of the company’s senior management, a process-based approach and continuous improvement of the aforementioned approach. For more information on standards, please visit www.iso.org.

ABOUT ALKALINE FUEL CELL POWER CORP. (NEO: PWWR)

The AFCP is a diversified investment platform developing affordable, renewable and reliable energy assets and clean technologies. We are bringing “Power to the People” today, combining a stable revenue stream with a forward-looking vision to commercialize our advanced hydrogen fuel cell technology to meet the massive needs of the global market and ultimately account, generate attractive returns for investors.

AFCP operates through two global entities: Fuel Cell Power NV, a wholly-owned subsidiary in Belgium, and PWWR Flow Streams (“PWWR Flow”), an AFCP brand in Canada.

  • Fuel Cell Power SA focuses on the development, production and marketing of micro-CHP systems and off-grid and standby power generators based on advanced fuel cell technology alkaline which generate no CO2 emissions. Fuel Cell Power NV achieves major milestones to deliver an alkaline fuel cell to market in 2024.
  • PWWR stream focuses on the development, ownership and operation of combined heat and power (“CHP”) assets. PWWR Flow assets deliver efficiency improvements of over 20% with reduced costs for customers in multi-residential and commercial applications. PWWR Flow has contracted existing cogeneration assets in Toronto, Canada, and has an additional pipeline of potential contracts valued at over $50 million currently in development.

The AFCP is well positioned to deliver “power to the people” in the global energy transition while providing a platform for diversified cleantech growth for investors.

Further information is available on the Company’s website at https://www.fuelcellpower.com/, and the Company encourages investors and other interested stakeholders to follow it at:

LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. The Common Shares are listed on the NEO Exchange (“NEO”) under the symbol “PWWR”, on the OTC Venture Exchange “OTCQB” under the symbol “ALKFF” and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol “77R”. and “WKN A3CTYF”.

For more information, please contact:

Frank Carnevale
Chief executive officer
+1 (647) 531-8264
fcarnevale@fuelcellpower.com

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Learning Management Systems Market Report by Technavio Predicts $27.98 Billion Growth – Driven by NGDLE Adoption in Academic Sector | https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/learning-management-systems-market-report-by-technavio-predicts-27-98-billion-growth-driven-by-ngdle-adoption-in-academic-sector/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 06:15:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/learning-management-systems-market-report-by-technavio-predicts-27-98-billion-growth-driven-by-ngdle-adoption-in-academic-sector/ NEW YORK, September 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The market for learning management systems has grown tremendously over the years. To estimate the market size, Technavio has been tracking recent trends and developments in the learning management system market. Technavio analysts considered various aspects such as consumer base, adoption rate, average selling price, revenue generated by […]]]>

NEW YORK, September 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The market for learning management systems has grown tremendously over the years. To estimate the market size, Technavio has been tracking recent trends and developments in the learning management system market. Technavio analysts considered various aspects such as consumer base, adoption rate, average selling price, revenue generated by vendors, and various other factors to estimate the market size. Download a sample PDF report here to get an idea of ​​the overall scope of the full report.

The report on the learning management systems market by Technavio expects the market size to grow at a CAGR of 20.19% and register incremental growth of $27.98 billion between 2020 and 2025. However, the growth forecast might be missed with slower than expected market growth if the following factors come into play: interoperability issues and increase in the number of open source LMSs.

According to Technavio, market growth is mainly driven by adoption of NGDLE in the university sector.

Educational institutions and businesses are increasingly opting for a next-generation digital learning environment (NGDLE). It helps organizations develop effective learning programs. Thus, resulting in high efficiency in performing tasks and better employee retention rates. In educational institutions, he supports the transition from the transmission model of education to one based on concepts such as active learning, personalization, hybrid course designs and new directions for measuring progress. diplomas. These factors are increasing the adoption of NGDLE, thereby driving the growth of the market.

“Facilitated centralized learning and upgraded learning processes will further accelerate market growth,” says a Technavio analyst.

The market structure is fragmented in nature. The market is made up of many regional and international players. Vendors compete on price and features to differentiate their products. At present, the target market is in the initial stage, which lessens the threat of rivalry. The competition is expected to intensify during the forecast period as there are many unexplored regions such as MEA and APAC where vendors are expected to increase their presence. This rivalry will be further intensified by an influx of new vendors and the availability of open source platforms and tools in the market. Hence, the threat of rivalry will be high during the forecast period.

The report breaks down the market into the following segments:

  • End user: academic sector and corporate sector
  • Deployment: on-premises and in the cloud
  • Geography: North AmericaACPA, Europe, South Americaand MEA

On the basis of the end user, the academic sector segment is expected to generate more revenue in the market. The segment is driven by the growing popularity of e-learning and the increase in the number of universities offering e-learning.

Likewise, by deployment, the on-premise LMS market is expected to witness steady growth over the forecast period. The major growth driver for the segment is the enhanced security provided by on-premises LMS software.

In terms of region, North America will emerge as the dominant region, occupying 35% of the global market share. The regional market is mainly driven by the growing demand for LMS from enterprises.

The comprehensive Global Learning Management Systems Market report offers in-depth insights into the potential business segments and regions to invest in during the forecast period. Before making the purchase, we recommend that you read our Sample PDF report.

The Learning Management System market report answers questions like:

  • Is the market structure fragmented or concentrated?
  • What was the market size in 2020 and the learning management system market forecast to 2025?
  • What are the best product segments to invest in during the forecast period?
  • What is the market share of the dominating and powerful vendors in the learning management system market?
  • What are the inhibiting factors and impact of COVID-19 on the Learning Management Systems market growth?
  • What are the latest trends and regulatory frameworks in the learning management systems market?

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Learning Management System Market Scope

Report cover

Details

Page number

120

base year

2020

Forecast period

2021-2025

Growth momentum and CAGR

Accelerate at a CAGR of 20.19%

Market Growth 2021-2025

$27.98 billion

Market structure

Fragmented

Annual growth (%)

19.75

Regional analysis

North America, Europe, APAC, South America and MEA

Successful market contribution

North America at 35%

Main consumer countries

USA, China, UK, Germany and Canada

Competitive landscape

Leading companies, competitive strategies, scope of consumer engagement

Profiled companies

Blackboard Inc., Clearlake Capital Group LP, D2L Corp., Docebo Inc., Instructure Inc., Oracle Corp., Pearson Plc, PowerSchool Group LLC, SAP SE and Workday Inc.

Market dynamics

Parent market analysis, market growth drivers and barriers, analysis of fast and slow growing segments, impact of COVID-19 and future consumer dynamics, and analysis of market conditions for the forecast period.

Personalization area

If our report does not include the data you are looking for, you can contact our analysts and get custom segments.

Contents:

Summary

Market landscape

  • Market ecosystem
  • Value chain analysis

Market sizing

  • Market definition
  • Market segment analysis
  • Market size 2020
  • Market Outlook: Predictions for 2020 – 2025

Five forces analysis

  • The bargaining power of buyers
  • Bargaining power of suppliers
  • The threat of new entrants
  • The threat of substitutes
  • Threat of rivalry
  • Market state

Market segmentation by end user

  • Market segments
  • Comparison by end user
  • Academic sector – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Business sector – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Market opportunity by end user

Market segmentation by deployment

  • Market segments
  • Comparison by deployment
  • On-site – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • On-cloud – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Market Opportunity by Deployment

Customer landscape

Geographic landscape

  • Geographic segmentation
  • Geographic comparison
  • North America – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Europe – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • APAC – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • South America – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • MEA – Market size and forecast 2020-2025
  • Main leading countries
  • Market Opportunity by Geography
  • Market factors
  • Market challenges
  • Market trends

Supplier Landscape

  • Supplier Landscape
  • Landscape disturbance

Vendor analysis

  • Suppliers Covered
  • Positioning on the supplier market
  • Blackboard Inc.
  • Clearlake Capital Group LP
  • D2L Corp.
  • Docebo Inc.
  • Structure inc.
  • Oracle Corp.
  • Pearson Plc
  • PowerSchool Group LLC
  • SAP SE
  • Workday Inc.

Annex

  • Report scope
  • Currency conversion rates for the US dollar
  • Research methodology
  • Abreviations list

About Us

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5 Paperless Office Software Tools to Consider https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/5-paperless-office-software-tools-to-consider/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 17:37:24 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/5-paperless-office-software-tools-to-consider/ The growing adoption of cloud-based storage and software, coupled with the increase in remote working, is motivating organizations to seek out and implement paperless office software. Depending on what they need, there are some essential features that organizations should look for when purchasing paperless office technology. If the software is going to be used to […]]]>

The growing adoption of cloud-based storage and software, coupled with the increase in remote working, is motivating organizations to seek out and implement paperless office software.

Depending on what they need, there are some essential features that organizations should look for when purchasing paperless office technology. If the software is going to be used to scan documents, it must have strong scanning and optical character recognition capabilities, according to Will Cannon, CEO of Uplead. Ideally, the tool can work with various scanning hardware to retain and index documents, integrate with ERP and customer experience management software, and use a content management system to allow users to design their workflows and access documents.

Overall, a tool should be easy for employees to learn and use, integrate with other technologies in the office, and include security features to protect data.

5 Paperless Office Software Tools to Consider

Despite the wide variety to choose from, five paperless office software options have become the most recommended and popular among organizations and featured on review sites such as G2 and Capterra. Of particular note, each of these tools is available in a SaaS model, allowing employees to easily access them remotely from any device.

1.Microsoft 365

The Microsoft 365 suite offers several plans including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and collaboration tools for meetings, file sharing, and document management. It offers calendar management, comments and notes, document generation, reports and analysis, as well as templates for different documents and tasks.

Users called two features particularly useful: the ability to access files remotely and the simplified collaboration tools. However, users also cite the mobile apps as needing improvement and that the suite is difficult to use without an internet connection.

Pricing starts at $6 per user per month for Microsoft 365 Business Basic. Other tiers include Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, Microsoft 365 Business Standard, and Microsoft 365 Business Premium.

Compare the different Microsoft 365 plans to find which one can best act as paperless office software.

2. Google Workspace

Another highly recommended tool is Google Workspace, which includes features for sharing calendars, notes, and documents, as well as the ability to host meetings and store and manage documents. Google Workspace also allows organizations to add custom branding to their workspaces and includes workflow automation tools, reports and analytics, and customizable templates.

Pricing is split into four tiers and starts at $6 per user per month. The tiers are Business Starter, Business Standard, Business Plus, and Enterprise.

3. Dropbox Business

Dropbox is a great option for businesses that primarily need a place to store and collaborate on files, whether that’s in the cloud, like those in Google Docs or Microsoft Office, or files stored on a hard drive. Dropbox also includes calendar, contact and task management features and offers offline access to documents.

Users often cite the file sharing and organizing process, the ability to work on files without downloading them, and automatic file synchronization after saving as standout features. However, others warn that there can be sync conflicts and finding older versions of files can be difficult.

For team plans, Dropbox Business Standard pricing is $15 per user per month, but can go up to $24 per user per month for Dropbox Business Advanced. Dropbox Enterprise pricing is only available by contacting sales.

4. Concept

Notion is a project management tool that includes note taking, document management and collaboration features. Some of its specialized tools include document classification, file recovery, task management, and document version control. And while it lacks an offline mode, Notion can guide users to create custom workflows and workspaces so teams can customize how they manage projects.

Team pricing for Notion is $8 per user, per month, although an Enterprise plan does exist with pricing available by contacting the sales team.

5. ADP Workforce Now

For paperless HR services, ADP Workforce Now includes applicant tracking, benefits management, time and attendance, payroll, and performance management. There is also a marketplace for APIs and integrations so users can use third-party apps alongside Workforce Now to build a custom tool to suit their needs.

The benefits tracker has a streamlined view to see what’s available to employees, and there are several customization options for reports. However, some users have noted that the interface for requesting paid time off or for other small tasks is not intuitive.

The price is available on request.

How to Choose Paperless Office Software

Before an organization can choose paperless office software, it needs to know what problem it’s trying to solve, said Duniya Moore, CEO of Helastel. This driving force will help guide organizations through the other deciding factors.

The first is to map the desired user experience and compare it to the main purpose of the software – its features and capabilities. “Let’s say you need to streamline your HR registration system to cope with an increased workload. It may be better to simplify the administration process through integration, or you may want to look for a system that automates tasks like document reminders,” Moore said. “Once you’ve mapped out the user experience, you can use it to determine the key features you need.”

Next comes the consideration of the price of paperless office software options. According to Moore, companies need to weigh the cost of software against the improvement in efficiency. “For example, purchasing an HR software subscription could cost the company $850/month. However, the efficiency savings from moving to a paperless system could free up 16 hours per month from your HR manager, which could be worth double that.”

Organizations can and should continue to look for ways to eliminate paper and make their employees’ jobs easier, wherever they are.

Finally, if the software’s feature list and price match expectations, the IT team will need to weigh in on how it fits into the existing technology stack. Many companies are turning to fully integrated software to break down silos and create a single data repository open to the entire enterprise.

While paperless office software is already part of many companies’ technology stack, organizations can and should continue to look for ways to eliminate paper and make their employees’ jobs easier, wherever they are.

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