More companies using surveillance technology to keep tabs on remote workers – Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

More companies using surveillance technology to keep tabs on remote workers – Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

The spread of the delta variant has kept many of America’s office employees working from home and fueled a rise in surveillance technologies by employers—in finance, law, technology and other industries—eager to keep tabs on their remote workforce, according to The Washington Post.  A growing number of businesses are adopting new facial recognition software that can monitor employees’ working from home by showing managers when they are at their desks, but many are also investing in more traditional monitoring software, which can track an employee’s computer keystrokes and take screenshots of their work. Market research firm Gartner says the number of large…
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Server Budgets On The Mend As Pandemic Tries To End – The Next Platform

Server Budgets On The Mend As Pandemic Tries To End – The Next Platform

Businesses are judged quarter on quarter and year on year, but you have to look at the long haul and the flow of all business over time to really judge properly. That’s why we are data wonks here at The Next Platform.And it is also why we are relieved that market researcher IDC has given some consideration a quarter ago to not publish its server revenue and shipment data. The same dataset that has been publicly available since 1995 showing quarterly server revenues and shipments by vendor, with lots of commentary and nuance added in, was made available this week…
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Harry Winston's Latest High Jewelry Collection Reimagines an Iconic 1960s Design – TownandCountrymag.com

Harry Winston's Latest High Jewelry Collection Reimagines an Iconic 1960s Design – TownandCountrymag.com

Every item on this page was chosen by a Town & Country editor. We may earn commission on some of the items you choose to buy. Inside the storied maison's latest high jewelry collection. “If I could, I would attach diamonds directly onto a woman’s skin,” Harry Winston once said. The legendary jeweler nearly accomplished the feat when he created the Cluster, an innovative design that featured diamonds in delicate, virtually invisible settings that appeared to float on a woman’s body. Conjured in the 1940s and inspired by a snow-dusted Christmas wreath (only Winston could have seen glistening diamonds in…
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Western Digital goes to the edge — with servers and SSD storage – Blocks and Files – Blocks and Files

Western Digital goes to the edge — with servers and SSD storage – Blocks and Files – Blocks and Files

Disk drive and SSD maker Western Digital is entering the server business with two specialised transportable systems for edge deployments.It’s made embedded server storage systems already, in the form of home NAS boxes, but these new Ultrastar Edge servers are business products placed at the edge of the incumbent server vendors’ turf — meaning Dell, HPE, Lenovo, et al.Kurt Chan, Western Digital’s VP for Data Centre Platforms, said in a statement: “The growth in data creation at the edge, the opportunities to extract value from that data, and the total available markets and customers innovating and doing work at the…
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Gene-editing technology: potential to usher in a new age in medicine – Contemporary Obgyn

Gene-editing technology: potential to usher in a new age in medicine – Contemporary Obgyn

OR WAIT null SECS © 2021 MJH Life Sciences and Contemporary OB/GYN. All rights reserved.© 2021 MJH Life Sciences™ and Contemporary OB/GYN. All rights reserved.Conferences | NAMSCRISPR gene-editing technology holds the potential to usher in a new age in medicine, according to a featured speaker at the North American Menopause Society Annual Meeting, being held this week in Washington, D.C.“There’s going to be human gene editing therapies, discovery of new drugs, and new drug targets, CRISPR systems are being used in diagnostics including for SARS-COV-2, vector control, increased crop and food output,” said Neville Sanjana, a New York University professor…
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LOOK: 'Go Bills' corn maze design is awesome – Bills Wire

LOOK: 'Go Bills' corn maze design is awesome – Bills Wire

The Buffalo Bills shared an overhead imagine of the Great Pumpkin Farm’s corn maze this week and for good reason.The Clarence, NY, location was released the design of this year’s maze. It’s a beautiful “Go Bills” look.Check out the photo that was shared via social media earlier this week:Sign up for the Bills Wire newsletter to get our top stories in your inbox every morningWhat uniforms #Bills, Washington Football Team will wear in Week 3:#Bills' spread vs. Washington Football Team sees drop this week: © Copyright Bills Wire 2021 Powered by WordPress.com VIPStart every day with our most popular content…
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ADA, AAPD, AAOMS ask CMS to identify 'coding solution' for dental surgeries in hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers – American Dental Association

ADA, AAPD, AAOMS ask CMS to identify 'coding solution' for dental surgeries in hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers – American Dental Association

Access news, member benefits and ADA policyMeet, Play, Learn atADA’s annual meeting.Access cutting-edge continuing education coursesFind evidence to support your clinical decisionsAccess member-only practice contentInvesting in better oral health for all. Together.Take advantage of endorsed, discounted business productsPurchase ADA productsAccess oral-health information for the public and ADA Find-A-DentistLearn about ADA CERP recognition, look up CERP recognized CE providers and find CE courses. Explore CODA's role and find accredited schools and programsLearn about the examinations used in licensing dentists and dental hygienistsLearn about recognized dental specialties and certifying boards Current Issue By Jennifer Garvin Baltimore — The ADA, American Academy of…
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