content management – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 07:27:06 +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 – Another Version Of Mother http://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ 32 32 Three candidates vying for clerk of New Orleans 2nd City Court | Local elections https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/three-candidates-vying-for-clerk-of-new-orleans-2nd-city-court-local-elections/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/three-candidates-vying-for-clerk-of-new-orleans-2nd-city-court-local-elections/ The three candidates vying to be the next clerk of the 2nd Municipal Court of Algiers have all promised to bring the court into the digital age – something lawyers say is necessary to protect defendants and landlords in the growing number of eviction cases in New Orleans. Jordan Bridges, Lisa Ray Diggs and Kenneth […]]]>

The three candidates vying to be the next clerk of the 2nd Municipal Court of Algiers have all promised to bring the court into the digital age – something lawyers say is necessary to protect defendants and landlords in the growing number of eviction cases in New Orleans.

Jordan Bridges, Lisa Ray Diggs and Kenneth Cutno will compete for the job.

The election will take place on March 26. Early voting begins March 12.

Whoever wins the election will replace longtime clerk Darren Lombard, who is stepping down after winning election as clerk of the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.

The Clerk’s Office of the 2nd City Court maintains civil suit and small claims records, as well as residential and commercial property eviction records, on the West Bank of New Orleans.

The court – along with the 1st City Court, which handles cases on the East Bank – has recently been in the spotlight as the pandemic has raised the prospect of increased evictions as some struggle to work or pay their rent.

“The evictions are just one piece of the bigger puzzle out there,” said Christoph Bajewski, an attorney representing the landlords. “The biggest problem is technology.”

Hannah Adams, a staff attorney with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, agreed and said attorneys looking for records have to go to court, which is more time-consuming than being able to quickly view them online. .

City Court 1 began digitizing records in 2014, its clerk, Austin Badon, said. He said security was a top priority as the court moves its records online. “As you start digitizing and releasing personal information out into the universe, you need to do everything you can to make sure it’s as secure as possible,” Badon said.

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Bridges, 34, is from Algiers. He graduated from Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans and has worked as a program director at the New Orleans Council for Community Injustice since 2103. Recently, Bridges started his own digital consultancy aimed at helping “people maximize their online presence. line,” he mentioned.






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In 2021, Bridges ran unsuccessfully against Delisha Boyd in the race for the 102nd district seat in the Louisiana House of Representatives.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Bridges co-founded Alger Proud, a “decentralized community care organization” that connects residents of Algiers and New Orleans via text for relief as well as opportunities for help. According to the website, people can text “rescue” to the hotline to be connected with support, or “wheels” to sign up as a community delivery driver.

Bridges said his digital savvy will help him usher the 2nd City Court into a new era of technology – an era he says is needed to avoid unnecessary evictions in cases where people are “busy catching up their delay” because they cannot easily or quickly access their records. in line.

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“If you don’t have a knowledge base of what it takes to run a data management system, you can’t know what works and what the community needs,” Bridges said. “My work speaks for itself, as it is currently touring with Alger Proud.”

Kenneth Cutno

Cutno, 65, a housing consultant, graduated from Southern University of Baton Rouge. Cutno grew up in New Orleans, but worked statewide, including as Chief Juvenile Probation Officer for Ascension Parish, serving as a liaison with former Governor Edwin Edwards and deputy director of seniors’ affairs for the city of Boston.







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Kenneth Cutno.


Cutno ran and lost twice to New Orleans City Council President Helena Moreno for the Division 1 General Council seat.

Cutno said in a written statement that “one of the biggest challenges facing people trying to fight evictions in Algiers is that the court in the 2nd city does not have digital records,” which can make that more people “fall through the cracks”. .This may very well open up the possibility of more crimes from citizens who [may] be in a position to face homelessness.

His statement added: “I want to make resource and eviction information easily accessible by putting records online. Basically, by stopping the crime and doing [the] The community of Algiers is safe, we keep the citizens of Algiers housed by giving them all available resources.

Lisa Ray Digg

Diggs, 52, grew up in Algiers. She attended Southern University in New Orleans, where she earned a degree in accounting. She worked for more than 20 years as a chief financial officer for ETI, a facilities support services provider headquartered in New Orleans, before starting a consulting company in 2019. She is chair of the executive committee democratic of the parish of Orléans.







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Lisa Ray Digg


Diggs has participated in several leadership programs, she said, taking classes at the New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute and the Institute of Politics at Loyola University.

Diggs pointed to the need for a content management system, or CMS, as the biggest issue facing the 2nd City Court. She said a CMS that meets the needs of the community would be one that gives “citizens the ability to go online and pay their fees, and track their cases online,” adding that her work with systems accountants will help lead a team to build the CMS.

She also promised, if elected, to provide “workshops to help tenants know how not to lose their homes” and in-court notary services at no cost to residents.

“I’ve already partnered with lawyers across the city [who] are ready to do community service, so that I can offer the citizens of Algiers the possibility of obtaining notary services two days a week,” she said.

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Everything we know about IndexNow so far https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/everything-we-know-about-indexnow-so-far/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 14:45:51 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/everything-we-know-about-indexnow-so-far/ I hope you have heard of IndexNow at this point. We covered his announcement in October and in December I had Fabrice Canel, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Bing, on the SEJ Show to talk about this revolution in the way search engines discover new and updated content. day. But what is it, exactly, and […]]]>

I hope you have heard of IndexNow at this point.

We covered his announcement in October and in December I had Fabrice Canel, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Bing, on the SEJ Show to talk about this revolution in the way search engines discover new and updated content. day.

But what is it, exactly, and what do you need to know about it for SEO?

Here’s what we know so far.

Why we need IndexNow

Search engines have been discovering content the same way for a long time.

In 1993, JumpStation became the first Internet discovery tool to send bots to follow (or crawl) links from one website to another and create a content map or index.

Over the next few years, other search engines adopted this process as a means of finding new content.

This process was included in an algorithm that also considered content, relevance and other factors – and search engine optimization as we know it.

It didn’t take long before SEO-savvy web publishers recognized the importance of indexing to ensure high search engine rankings. In fact, without indexed content, a website will not generate organic traffic.

But therein lies the catch: unless you are a large, heavily trafficked website, it can take days or even weeks for a search engine to crawl your site and index new pages. . Heck, even if you’re a big e-commerce site or marketplace, it can take weeks for the engines to pick up new arrivals or out-of-stock products too, especially when you’re relying on discoverability with basic analytics .

During this time, you may have lost significant traffic to competitors.

To streamline this process, Microsoft Bing launched a new initiative in October 2021 called IndexNow.

What is IndexNow?

IndexNow is an open-source protocol that allows website publishers to instantly index participating search engines, updating results with the latest content changes.

Simply put, it’s a simple ping that notifies search engines that a URL and its content has been added, updated, or removed.

By eliminating the need for exploratory analytics, IndexNow seeks to improve the overall efficiency of the Internet.

How does IndexNow work?

There are two different ways search engines get index data: pull and push.

Pull indexing occurs when a search engine visits your site to request web pages and collects data from the server.

This is how search engines traditionally work.

Push indexing occurs when the web publisher or content management system notifies the search engine that pages have been added or removed or other changes have been made.

That’s what’s really revolutionary about IndexNow – it allows all URLs submitted to any IndexNow-enabled search engine to be simultaneously submitted to all other search engines using the protocol.

You can read more about the technical aspects of how IndexNow works here.

Which search engines use IndexNow?

At press time, Bing and Yandex use IndexNow.

A handful of others are said to be testing the protocol, according to an anonymous expert.

So far, DuckDuckGo has not announced any plans to adopt IndexNow.

However, it should be noted that the privacy-focused search engine draws from up to 400 sources in addition to using its own web crawler DuckDuckBot in compiling its search results.

Since Bing and Yandex are among these sources, you can also see updated content appearing faster in DuckDuckGo thanks to IndexNow.

Even Bing’s biggest competitor, Google, the first of all search engines, has confirmed that it will test the IndexNow protocol.

And while they haven’t gone so far as to announce whether or not they’ll adopt him, the fact that they’re experimenting with him shows an appreciation of his abilities.

Google’s main concerns with IndexNow seem to be related to sustainability and efficiency.

Google currently uses HTTP/2, a foundational data transfer protocol effective for more than half of all crawls, and may ultimately decide that this is a better fit for its needs.

Or they can decide to build their own alternative if they determine that an API-based approach is necessary – and it’s not a foregone conclusion that they will.

But not everyone is on board.

There are many people in the SEO community who don’t see the need for this protocol, instead claiming that XML sitemaps already accomplish what IndexNow is trying to do.

You can read more about the debate here.

How do you use IndexNow?

Notifying search engines of updates to your web content using IndexNow is a simple process:

  1. Generate an API key – This is submitted with the URLs to ensure ownership of the domain. You can do this using an online key generator tool like the one found here.
  2. Host API key – Your API key is hosted on the root directory in txt format.
  3. Submit URLs with parameters – You can submit URLs individually or in bulk. Submit your key location as a parameter.
  4. Check your submissions – Using the Bing Webmaster Tools portal, you can check which URLs have been submitted and discovered.

For more detailed examples and instructions, you can visit the IndexNow site.

More advanced users can use Python for bulk indexing and URL submission automation.

This requires a basic understanding of Python syntax and familiarity with Python libraries and packages.

We have a handy step-by-step guide to walk you through this process here.

What tools sync with IndexNow?

Any website developer can use the process described here to take advantage of IndexNow, but what’s really exciting is that you don’t need to know the HTML of HDMI to reap the benefits.

A number of large companies, including LinkedIn, MSN, and GitHub, are all planning migrations to IndexNow.

Additionally, other search solution providers like Botify, OnCrawl, Onely, and Yext are adopting this protocol.

Content management systems (CMS) are also jumping on board.

WordPress already offers an IndexNow plugin. Duda supports this proactive approach to web crawling and Wix plans to integrate it soon.

Bing also recently announced the integration of Rank Math and All In One SEO for IndexNow.

Content delivery networks (CDNs) supporting IndexNow include Cloudflare and Akamai.

Through their proxy servers, this will speed up data delivery and bring it closer to users.

What are the benefits of using IndexNow?

In addition to emphasizing the evolution of indexing from pull to push, the main benefit of IndexNow for publishers is the elimination of the time between updates and their discovery by search engines.

By allowing webmasters to notify all participating URLs with a single API call, search engine content discovery is streamlined, making the web more efficient.

This is advantageous for site owners, as increasing demands are reduced on the server.

Search engine spiders no longer need to perform exploratory crawls to determine if a page has been updated.

This allows servers to operate more efficiently without the need for redundant site load, which in turn reduces power consumption.

And unlike an XML sitemap, which only redirects SEO crawlers to pages on your website, IndexNow lets you notify search engines of non-200 status code pages.

IndexNow Frequently Asked Questions

What happens after I submit a URL?

IndexNow pushes your changes to search engines, which in turn apply them to page rankings.

Using IndexNow does not guarantee that web pages will be crawled or indexed and it may take time for changes to be reflected.

How many URLs can I submit using IndexNow?

You can provide search engines with a list of up to 10,000 URLs with a single API call.

Will I rank higher in search results if I index my content faster?

Yes, the sooner your pages get indexed, the sooner they can start competing for top search engine placements.

What does all this mean?

The march of technology is inexorable.

And as a lifeblood of the modern world, it’s only natural that changes to the internet, and in particular search engines, are part of it.

By moving the process of indexing sites from a crawling process to something faster and more efficient, IndexNow seems set to revolutionize.

And the fact that companies like MSN, GitHub, and WordPress are all joining us seems to indicate that this protocol will soon become the norm.

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6 Enterprise Content Management Best Practices for Deployment https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/6-enterprise-content-management-best-practices-for-deployment/ Mon, 07 Mar 2022 17:38:14 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/6-enterprise-content-management-best-practices-for-deployment/ Although deploying enterprise content management is a big undertaking, companies can follow best practices to avoid common pitfalls. A well-thought-out enterprise content management (ECM) system can increase an organization’s efficiency by optimizing workflows, making documents easier to find, and more. Before deployment, content managers should consider key elements of their organization, such as its […]]]>

Although deploying enterprise content management is a big undertaking, companies can follow best practices to avoid common pitfalls.

A well-thought-out enterprise content management (ECM) system can increase an organization’s efficiency by optimizing workflows, making documents easier to find, and more. Before deployment, content managers should consider key elements of their organization, such as its long-term goals, content lifecycles, and specific security, compliance, and user needs. Whether an organization is deploying its first ECM system as part of a digital transformation initiative or migrating from an existing system to another, the following best practices can enable successful deployments.

1. Start with a content strategy

An ECM deployment should start with a plan. Content managers should consider their organization’s long-term goals when determining which ECM features, such as AI and machine learning algorithms, to include in the plan.

Organizations can combine these plans with digital transformation initiatives, which can benefit businesses that want to digitize documents. Digitization can transform paper documents into electronic documents. Digital documents are easy to find, use and process compared to physical paper. For example, the project could aim to implement a system that can scan paper records and use AI with optical character recognition to collect data on customer contacts or contract expiration dates. The system can then make this data searchable or initiate a customer engagement or renewal process.

Ultimately, a content strategy depends on an organization’s specific needs and vision. Content managers without a strategy could be wasting time and money on systems that don’t benefit their organizations.

2. Consider the content lifecycle

A content lifecycle is a multi-step process that business documents go through from creation to retirement. Content managers should examine the workflows and processes within their organization’s content lifecycle to decide how an ECM system could optimize them.

Discover six best practices for deploying an ECM system.

Key content lifecycle questions to consider include:

  • Do documents have to go through creation or approval workflows?
  • Do the documents require digital signatures?
  • Should external applications process content before migration? If yes, for what reason?
  • Do business rules automatically remove content from the system to reduce clutter and redundant, stale, or trivial data?

An ECM system can provide all of these features and more. The above questions help organizations find a system suitable for a specific content lifecycle that can optimize document workflows and save employees time. Content managers should define the content lifecycle, system integrations, and workflows before choosing a system.

3. Build security in from the start

Organizations manage documents containing sensitive information from employees and customers, so they need ECM systems with built-in security measures to prevent cybersecurity attacks such as data breaches. When content managers design an ECM strategy, they need to consider which measures are most likely to protect their organization’s information.

Whether an organization stores content on-premises or in cloud environments, it can use tunables to improve content security. For example, security features can limit who can access content by document or content type, keeping sensitive information in fewer hands. Additionally, systems can encrypt data in motion and at rest.

Content managers need to build security in from the start. However, they must balance security measures so that they can protect information without hampering usability.

4. Focus on user experience

ECM system deployments that focus on people as much as technology can pay off in terms of user adoption. Content managers should consider all potential users and determine how new systems and processes may differ from old ones.

Additionally, organizations should tune performance during development and early deployment to ensure that users can quickly find relevant content in the system. An ECM system’s search engine should retrieve the information employees need without frustration. While full-text search improves the findability of content, tweaking with metadata, synonyms, and predictive analysis can optimize the search process and its results.

5. Build in compliance

An organization’s specific compliance needs vary by industry and location, but all ECM systems must follow compliance guidelines.

Some organizations may need to comply with government standards and regulations such as ISO-9001, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, or GDPR. All organizations must comply with eDiscovery and litigation retention requirements.

If an organization needs to provide documents in response to a subpoena or other court order, it must ensure that users and automated data-purge processes cannot delete those files. Other information that organizations may need in this scenario includes content metadata, user access and editing audit trails, and possibly multiple versions of document changes.

Before deploying ECM, content managers should speak with their organization’s legal and records management teams, as well as any other compliance professionals, to find out what compliance requirements the system must meet. respect.

6. Consult the developers

ECM deployments are complex projects that serve multiple business teams. Companies should therefore involve developers when planning the deployment. Often developers use Agile methodologies to release features in small increments. This approach can limit the risk of rework for ECM deployments, as each iteration and sprint allows developers to make changes and learn from user experiences and feedback.

These best practices can help content managers deploy a system that meets their organization’s specific workflow, user, security, and compliance needs. Deployments of ECM systems without a plan can require costly rework or significant, unplanned changes.

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Benefits of Headless Content Management System (CMS) https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/benefits-of-headless-content-management-system-cms/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 16:12:10 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/benefits-of-headless-content-management-system-cms/ Headless content management systems (CMS) have been a developing trend and a popular catchphrase in digital content management for several years. The changing dynamics of the digital domain have given rise to headless CMSs. It provided a solution to meet a company’s desire to engage customers with personalized information across multiple platforms at all phases. […]]]>

Headless content management systems (CMS) have been a developing trend and a popular catchphrase in digital content management for several years. The changing dynamics of the digital domain have given rise to headless CMSs. It provided a solution to meet a company’s desire to engage customers with personalized information across multiple platforms at all phases. Many service providers help businesses with their Headless CMS Development.

Benefits of Headless CMS

A headless CMS, also known as a decoupled CMS, has gained popularity as a solution for marketers to deliver omnichannel experiences across multiple customer touchpoints. Here are some of its benefits;

1. It’s faster and more flexible

You have full control over how your content looks and can use your favorite frameworks and tools. You can choose your programming language and a headless CMS is API-driven, allowing you to build your “head” from start to finish. The head is referred to herein as the frontal and presenting layer.

With the Headless CMS, a single piece of hardware can be reused and merged with multiple presentation outputs, allowing projects to be completed faster.

Another advantage is that there is no need to build or code a fixed structure. It gives your developers the freedom to create any form of code for different integrations. Your developer will appreciate the flexibility it gives them in terms of resources and integration with more difficult-to-integrate networks.

2. It’s more scalable

In Headless CMS, the front end and the back end are separated. This is why, if the back-end CMS platform encounters performance issues or requires maintenance, your website will not experience any outages or performance degradation.

3. It’s safer

When a typical content management system renders a page, it must fetch and parse data from the database each time, which dramatically increases processing time. But this is not the case with Headless CMS because this system is pre-configured with performance optimization.

A similar benefit to headless CMS ecosystems is that they are more secure. Since the rendering is done outside of the CMS, there is far less data for malicious actors to exploit.

4. It is user-friendly

Many people would agree that the most important benefit of using a headless CMS is the simplicity and speed with which it is possible to manage your content. The CMS solution is cleaner, which means that the CMS tool is used only to store information and is not cluttered with unnecessary “stuff” for client companies and other resources, such as databases.

5. It is future-proof

By isolating your appearance layer from your data and logic layer, a headless content management system allows you to future-proof your application. It lets you organize your content to make it easier to future-proof new projects and rebrand one or even multiple channels without the need for technology changes.

At the end of the line :

The future will be looking for new and exciting ways to please people with their experiences, and Headless CMS is undoubtedly the most intriguing right now.

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Mobile Content Management System Market Size 2022-2029 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/mobile-content-management-system-market-size-2022-2029/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 11:48:28 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/mobile-content-management-system-market-size-2022-2029/ New Jersey, United States,-Global Mobile Content Management System Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022-2028. This research report covers key aspects of the Mobile Content Management System market including drivers, limitations, past and current trends, regulatory scenarios, and technological developments. An in-depth study of industry’s role in the COVID-19 outbreak. A comprehensive risk assessment and industry […]]]>

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Eight companies join the MACH Alliance https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/eight-companies-join-the-mach-alliance/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 12:54:57 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/eight-companies-join-the-mach-alliance/ PHOTO: fizkes MACH Alliance, a group of independent technology companies that supports open technology ecosystems, announced this week that it has added eight companies. The Alliance now has around sixty companies. A MACH architecture stands for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native and Headless. Who joined the MACH Alliance? The eight additional members of the MACH Alliance are: […]]]>

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MACH Alliance, a group of independent technology companies that supports open technology ecosystems, announced this week that it has added eight companies. The Alliance now has around sixty companies. A MACH architecture stands for Microservices, API-first, Cloud-native and Headless.

Who joined the MACH Alliance?

The eight additional members of the MACH Alliance are:

  • Akeneois: product information administration (PIM) and product experience management (PXM) company.
  • Divante: Provides e-commerce in a composable way.
  • Dynamic Yield: An experience optimization and personalization platform that integrates with Content Management System (CMS), Commerce and Messaging Service Providers (ESP).
  • Formidable: a consulting organization in design and engineering and open source software.
  • Nacelle: A data orchestration platform that integrates digital commerce platforms and CMS and enables developers to build progressive web application (PWA) standards.
  • Pivotree: a company that integrates e-commerce, data management and supply chain.
  • Publicis Sapient: a digital transformation consulting firm that works on strategy, product engineering, experience and data.
  • TA Digital: a digital transformation consulting firm working on digital strategy, experience, data, content, commerce and marketing solutions.

Related article: Are you ready for the MACH revolution?

MACH companies possess composable connectivity and interchangeability

The high accreditation standards of the MACH Alliance are met by all of these members, according to Sonja Keerl, President of the MACH Alliance. Keerl told CMSWire that MACH-certified suppliers include:

  • Composable connectivity: Other apps can connect through APIs.
  • Scalability: Cloud-native architecture means upgrades are frictionless.
  • Interchangeability: Companies can quickly add and replace software, as well as make changes on the fly without affecting the front-end UX/UI.
  • Adaptability: Software capabilities can be used with a variety of front ends.
  • Flexibility and transparency: this avoids dependency on suppliers, allowing companies to maintain control over their technology and adapt.

“From a broader perspective, what these companies have in common is a desire to see MACH principles become the technical standard across the business,” Keerl told CMSWire. “They think the old monolithic approach to software that locks in the buyer and minimizes their technical autonomy is not the best way forward.”

Related Article: The MACH Architecture Business Case

What does the MACH Alliance do for technology buyers?

So what does the MACH Alliance do for marketing, customer experience and other technology buyers?

“This means they can be sure that the supplier only offers MACH products, and that there is no MACH washing involved in the supplier’s statements of what they offer and what they don’t offer. not,” Keerl said. “It’s a stamp of approval that through the Alliance verification process, we’ve done the work for you so you know exactly what you’re getting. MACH Alliance certification has quickly become an insurance policy for companies looking to future-ready MACH architectures, and is often requested now in RFPs.”

According to Keerl, stakeholders in an organization who support a MACH-based approach tend to be high-level technology leaders. In a study conducted by the MACH Alliance last year, respondents noted that C-Suite as a whole was driving the shift to composable: 94% of global business leaders surveyed who hold of C-Suite securities said they would not maintain the status quo in the future regarding their intention to increase the MACH investment.

“The executive suite clearly saw how a composable architecture can have a real impact on the bottom line,” Keerl told CMSWire. “This is especially the case at a time when adapting quickly to changing customer needs is so critical. This more modern approach allows for a degree of flexibility and performance like never before.”

Related Article: GraphCMS Joins Independent Technology Group MACH Alliance

AWS joins the MACH party

According to Keerl, it’s been a whirlwind six months for the MACH Alliance ahead of this news this week. MACH Alliance introduced the Enabler membership category in December, which applies to companies that are heavily used by MACH businesses to provide a MACH service or technology. In this area, AWS has recently become an important member of the Alliance, supporting MACH vendors rather than providing a direct MACH solution.

“It should also be noted that we have announced our first-ever MACH Alliance conference, MACH ONE, to be held in June in London,” Keerl said. “We will bring together leaders, technology decision makers and growth practitioners, the global MACH ecosystem to share experiences and best practices that show how MACH is powering digital experiences. We are incredibly excited to finally have the opportunity to put that.

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Global Social Content Management System Market 2021 Key Players and Growth Opportunity 2027 – Wrike, Zoho, Asana, Workplace – business ethics https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/global-social-content-management-system-market-2021-key-players-and-growth-opportunity-2027-wrike-zoho-asana-workplace-business-ethics/ Mon, 28 Feb 2022 18:48:51 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/global-social-content-management-system-market-2021-key-players-and-growth-opportunity-2027-wrike-zoho-asana-workplace-business-ethics/ Global Social Content Management System Market The study report provides a reliable and point-by-point examination of the trade credits, industry representations, influencers and driving restrictions, as well as precise data on the future development of the global market throughout the investigation by MarketQuest.biz. This review examines the fundamental drivers, most recent advances in the market, […]]]>

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A $4.5 Billion Global Opportunity for Lab Computing by 2026 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/a-4-5-billion-global-opportunity-for-lab-computing-by-2026/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 15:40:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/a-4-5-billion-global-opportunity-for-lab-computing-by-2026/ What’s new for 2022? Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 9; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 2471Companies: 86 – Players covered include Abbott Informatics; Agilent […]]]>

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Companies: 86 – Players covered include Abbott Informatics; Agilent Technologies, Inc.; Arxspan, LLC; Autoscribe Informatics, Inc.; Bio-ITech BV; Bytewize AB; Dassault Systems; ID Business Solutions Ltd. (IDBS); iVention BV; KineMatik Ltd. ; Lablynx, Inc.; Labvantage Solutions, Inc.; LabWare, Inc.; Labworks LLC. ; PerkinElmer, Inc.; RURO, Inc.; Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.; Waters Corporation and others.
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segments: Solution (Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELN), Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS), Lab Execution Systems (LES), Enterprise Content Management ( ECM), other solutions); End use (life science companies, contract research organizations, chemical industries, food and agricultural industries, environmental testing laboratories, other end uses)
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Global lab informatics market to reach US$4.5 billion by 2026

The term “laboratory informatics” refers to the application of information technology in a specialized way to optimize laboratory operations for extended use. The growth of the global market is expected to be driven by advancements in integrated laboratory IT solutions, growing need for laboratory automation, growing demand for biorepositories and biobanks, growing demand from academic research institutes and research organizations under contract (CRO) and the growing need to adhere to regulatory standards The advent of big data analytics and digital systems is fueling the growth of laboratory informatics. Driven by their ability to generate reliable information, several healthcare service providers are now integrating laboratory informatics systems. This helps them significantly reduce misdiagnosis while improving patient outcomes. Ongoing technological advancements are helping companies deliver interactive and faster lab computing solutions to end users. The introduction of digital platforms, automated workstations and system instrument software allows end users to improve operational efficiency and minimize manual errors. Associations such as the International Consortium for Innovation and Quality in Pharmaceutical Development and Standardization in Laboratory Automation (SiLA) are working to pioneer new standards and data management interfaces to enable the integration of laboratory computing solutions.

Amid COVID-19 crisis, Global Laboratory Computing Market Estimated at US$3.3 billion in 2022, is expected to reach a revised size of US$4.5 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 7.8% over the analysis period. Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), one of the segments analyzed in the report, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9% to reach US$2.5 billion at the end of the analysis period. After a thorough analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and the induced economic crisis, the growth of the electronic lab notebook (ELN) segment is readjusted at a revised CAGR of 7.3% for the next 7-year period. This segment currently represents a 21.3% share of the global laboratory informatics market. The growing push to minimize data processing errors, along with the growing popularity of integrated services is fueling the demand for laboratory information management systems (LIMS). The market for advanced electronic lab notebook (ELN) systems is expected to witness high growth owing to an increase in implementations in analytical chemistry laboratories.

The US market is estimated at $1.4 billion in 2022, when China is expected to reach $454.8 million by 2026

The laboratory computing market in the United States is estimated at US$1.4 billion in 2022. The country currently accounts for a 42.8% share of the global market. Chinaworld’s second largest economy, is expected to reach an estimated market size of US$454.8 million in 2026 with a CAGR of 10.5% over the analysis period. Other notable geographic markets include Japan and Canada, each predicting growth of 6.6% and 7.5% respectively over the analysis period. In Europe, Germany is expected to grow at around 6.7% CAGR while the rest of the European market (as defined in the study) will reach US$495.9 million at the end of the analysis period. North America is the global market leader in laboratory informatics, due to favorable policies to promote the deployment of laboratory informatics solutions, the availability of superior infrastructure as well as digital culture and the presence of large pharmaceutical companies. In addition, factors such as the growing adoption of integrated laboratory systems, the growing need for early drug discovery, the rise of biobanks, increasing public funding of research activities, stringent regulatory requirements and the expansion of the range of laboratory computing products and services are driving factors for the growth of the market. . Asia Pacific is expected to experience robust growth, supported by increased private and public sector R&D spending, an increase in the number of CROs providing LIMS solutions, and growing awareness of LIMS.

Segment of Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS) to be achieved $405.8 million by 2026

A scientific data management system (SDMS) refers to a software tool that acts as a document management system (DMS) to capture, catalog and archive data generated by various laboratory instruments such as mass spectrometry and HPLC, and applications such as LIMS, ELN and analytical applications. In the global Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS) segment, United States, Canada, Japan, China and Europe will drive the CAGR of 6.3% estimated for this segment. These regional markets representing a combined market size of US$243 million will reach a projected size of US$369.9 million at the end of the analysis period. China will remain among the most dynamic in this group of regional markets. Led by countries such as Australia, Indiaand South Koreathe market of Asia Pacific should reach US$33.9 million by 2026. Continued

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Maximize digital signage with content planning and management https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/maximize-digital-signage-with-content-planning-and-management/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 08:37:11 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/maximize-digital-signage-with-content-planning-and-management/ The mission of integrators is to create solutions for their customers. As problem solvers, digital signage deployments hold enormous potential. They can meet many needs: a video wall that is the centerpiece of a reception area, an interactive map that guides visitors effortlessly through a space, room and schedule signs that facilitate operations, or informative […]]]>

The mission of integrators is to create solutions for their customers. As problem solvers, digital signage deployments hold enormous potential. They can meet many needs: a video wall that is the centerpiece of a reception area, an interactive map that guides visitors effortlessly through a space, room and schedule signs that facilitate operations, or informative signage that keeps everyone connected and informed. Be aware, however, that these happy results require thoughtful planning and an appropriate content management solution. Without it, digital signage can become a bottomless pit that needs to be constantly replenished with content.

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Integrators must extend their responsibility for signaling systems beyond the hardware. Displays, media players and network infrastructure don’t matter if the content is too difficult to update and maintain. Ultimately, it’s in the integrator’s best interest to help their clients create a rock-solid content creation and management strategy during the discovery phase of the project. Not only will this help you better understand the hardware requirements, but it will also allow you to offer a real visual communication solution instead of a solidly built problem.

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Ross Unveils New Xpression Tessera One Graphical LED Display Control System https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ross-unveils-new-xpression-tessera-one-graphical-led-display-control-system/ Mon, 14 Feb 2022 19:18:00 +0000 https://www.anotherversionofmother.com/ross-unveils-new-xpression-tessera-one-graphical-led-display-control-system/ Ross has announced the release of XPression Tessera One – a new all-in-one solution that delivers over six million broadcast-quality pixels to deliver engaging content to LED displays and video walls in news studios. Released in 2017, XPression Tessera was developed specifically to allow sports and entertainment venues to drive real-time pre-rendered and rendered graphics […]]]>

Ross has announced the release of XPression Tessera One – a new all-in-one solution that delivers over six million broadcast-quality pixels to deliver engaging content to LED displays and video walls in news studios. Released in 2017, XPression Tessera was developed specifically to allow sports and entertainment venues to drive real-time pre-rendered and rendered graphics on any resolution LED display at unlimited pixel resolutions.

Tessera One is a complete LED content management system that includes customizable XPression graphical templates and DashBoard control panels, which provide a simple and intuitive control interface that anyone can use. For sporting events, customers can choose to create their own graphics or take advantage of Tessera One’s library of predefined and customizable graphic templates for baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and soccer. Either way, Tessera One helps clients produce dynamic, data-driven content that will engage fans and generate new revenue through enhanced sponsorship opportunities.

Tessera One is a simple, compact, affordable and powerful system. Its slim 1RU chassis offers up to three 1080P HD outputs, which can be mapped to fill more than six million LED pixels. It also uses low latency video input processing with three frame latency. This means that a video input signal passing through Tessera One with composite graphics on it will not distract fans in the stands. What they see on screen will appear at the same time as on the playing surface or stage.

“XPression Tessera has helped unlock new levels of creativity with its ability to render graphics on the largest and most extraordinary LED displays,” comments Patrick Twomey, Director of Graphics Product Management. “Tessera One makes this job even easier, and by delivering even more value, Ross opens up the powerful world of Tessera to a whole new group of customers.”

Whether displaying live event video with scoring, driving ribbon cards or additional auxiliary displays for fan engagement, Tessera One offers the same set of features as a Tessera system. traditional in a cost effective all-in-one solution. And to complete your Ross Venue Control experience, Tessera One also provides licenses for XPression INcoder and DataLinq. INcoder allows users to import video files using a watch folder-based workflow, and DataLinq makes it even easier for less experienced users to view scores or real-time data.

“Tessera One is the perfect solution for anyone looking for a cost-effective, all-in-one graphics system for their sports venue,” notes Kevin Cottam, Vice President of Sports and Live Events. “Tessera One enables any size venue or studio to take advantage of the power and creative flexibility of Xpression Tessera to engage fans with enhanced storytelling tools and increase sponsorship revenue.”

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