Flowroute TopRated SIP Trunk Provider in 2019

Sangoma Leader in SIP Trunking for Small Businesses John Malone October 03, 2019 Customers give Sangoma four stars in all satisfaction measurements in 2019 Eastern Management Group survey. In Eastern Management Group’s 2019 SIP trunking customer satisfaction study, we evaluated 29 SIP trunk vendors that account for the majority of all sales. These companies include broad portfolio vendors like AT&T, Comcast, and Cisco, and niche providers such as Flowroute. SipTrunk_image1_82019.jpg With worldwide SIP trunk sales exceeding $14 billion in 2019, and growing 7% annually, it isn’t a big surprise that there are many SIP trunk providers competing for a piece of the pie. Barriers to market entry can be low for new vendors. Pull-through sales (attach rates) are often good. And profits are potentially strong according to an Eastern Management Group study, “2018-2024 SIP Global Market 7-Year Forecast and Analysis.” See All in SIP/SIP Trunking » What could be next for Flowroute?West (now Intrado) acquired Flowroute in August 2018. As reported in our study “Worldwide Hosted PBX Market 2019-2025,” West’s customers are medium and large enterprises. West targets businesses with IT departments that can buy more West services, typically companies with more than 300 employees. Flowroute has a loyal customer base and scored well in all size markets, including enterprise – which our research shows accounts for a smaller proportion of Flowroute’s customers than customers of larger competitors like AT&T and Cisco. We think at least 80% of Flowroute’s customers may have fewer than 100 employees, while at AT&T and Cisco, just 40% of their customers are of a similar size.While Flowroute scores high in satisfaction servicing and supporting enterprises, Flowroute is a big competitor in SMB markets that may be largely ignored by others. This includes businesses with between one and 50 employees, based on our survey, and one to two employee branches, common in vertical markets like retail. We expect Flowroute to expand its customer mix to a more substantial proportion of mid-market and enterprise customers to support and harmonize with West. How Can I Make Sure My SIP Trunks Are Secure? Steve Braverman July 17, 2019 Don’t overlook VoIP security when you set up your SIP trunks. Twilio Rated Top in SIP Customer Satisfaction, Again John Malone September 18, 2019 With its high customer satisfaction rating and focus on R&D, Twilio is making a name for itself in the SIP trunking market. 5 Reasons SIP Trunking is Alive and Well Irwin Lazar August 26, 2019 The SIP trunking market continues to thrive, even as organizations move to the cloud. 8X8: More Than Cloud… Top-Rated in SIP Satisfaction John Malone September 12, 2019 Often thought of as a cloud UC and contact center provider, 8×8 has seen gains in the SIP trunk market – making fans along the way. Flowroute Ranked #1Customers chose Flowroute as the top-ranked SIP trunk vendor for 2019 – receiving four stars in multiple measurements and beating the overall industry average. In Eastern Management Group’s 2017-2018 customer satisfaction study, Flowroute finished second. For enterprises that have always used billion-dollar telcos and large communications equipment companies for their SIP trunks, Flowroute, the 2019 Top Rated SIP Trunk Provider, will undoubtedly get a close look – as will West. cyber-3400789_1920.jpg The research used in this post comes from the following Eastern Management Group sources: “2019 SIP Trunking Customer Satisfaction” report and models, “2018-2024 SIP Global Market 7-Year Forecast and Analysis,” and “Worldwide Hosted PBX Market 2019-2025,” For more information on these studies and reports, please contact our analyst team or John Malone directly at 212-738-9402 Ext. 2201 or jmalone@easternmanagement.comTags:News & ViewsSIP providersMarket researchproduct vendorsSIP/SIP TrunkingEnterprise Connect ResearchEnterprise NetworkingVendor Perspective Articles You Might Like Some changes at Flowroute are already evident. Local and toll-free inbound numbers are available in more than 160 countries around the world since summer 2019; this would be beneficial to West’s core customers. Customers give Flowroute high scores for product capability:Flowroute’s inbound SIP trunking provides unlimited concurrent call capacity. As call volume increases, new trunk instances are dynamically created.Flowroute’s outbound SIP trunking/termination focuses on fraud protection and security capabilities like:Destination restrictionDestination whitelistingInternational toll fraud protection Eastern Management Group asked 3,000 IT managers to evaluate their SIP trunk vendor on numerous customer satisfaction measurements in three principal categories: product, vendor experience, and customer delight. We then performed side-by-side comparisons of all 29 providers. The study’s findings are available in the Eastern Management Group’s “2019 SIP Trunking Customer Satisfaction” report and models. 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Famed screen artist Omar Sharif receives UNESCO Eisenstein Medal

UNESCO Director-General Koïchiro Matsuura presented the Sergei Eisenstein Medal to the famed screen artist during a ceremony at the agency’s headquarters. The medal, bearing the likeness and signature of world cinema giant Sergei Eisenstein is awarded to deserving individuals from the world of cinematography for their contribution a dialogue among peoples, according to UNESCO. The number of medals to be awarded has been limited to 25 under the terms of an agreement on the initiative between UNESCO, the Russian film company MOSFILM and the Russian VIVAT Foundation for music and the theatre. read more

Broncos face Steelers out to snap another 6game win streak

DENVER — The Pittsburgh Steelers can unnerve plenty of defences with the NFL’s best pair of pass catchers and the league’s top tight end tandem.Not Denver’s.“We’ve had a tough game every week,” Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said. “We haven’t had any easy games. So, this is just another top offence that we get to see, another great challenge and we’re up for it.”The Steelers (7-2-1), bursting with playmakers in wide receivers Antonio Brown, JuJu Smith-Schuster, tight ends Vance McDonald and Jesse James and running back James Connor, are the third consecutive opponent to bring a winning streak of at least five games into their matchup against the Broncos (4-6).The 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the last team to face that sort of gantlet, wrapping up an 0-14 season with losses to the Raiders, Steelers and Patriots by an average of 40-10.The Broncos snapped the Chargers’ six-game roll with a stirring comeback last week capped by Brandon McManus’ field goal as time expired — one game after his errant kick as time expired allowed the Texans to escape with their sixth straight win.“We’ve seen it all already,” Harris said. “Now, it’s just another challenge, another great offence, another great quarterback and receivers. We’ve had some success this year playing the top offences.”In addition to letting Deshaun Watson and the Texans duck out of Denver with a win, the Broncos had their chances against Jared Goff and the Rams and twice against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. They lost those four games by a combined 12 points.“Close calls against really good football teams,” Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said. “This is definitely a team that is much better than their record shows. They’re a team that’s kind of sitting there.”Ready to pounce.“They got a big win last week and need to get this win,” Roethlisberger said. “We don’t look at records. We look at going on the road to a tough place to play against a really good football team.”Other subplots in the Steelers’ first trip to Denver since the playoffs following the 2015 season:ORANGE CRUNCHThe Broncos counter Pittsburgh’s dynamite duos with the league’s most prolific pass-rushing pair in Von Miller and rookie Bradley Chubb, both of whom are riding five-game sack streaks.Miller and Chubb have combined for 19 sacks, 21 tackles for loss, 29 QB hits, five forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one interception.“It’s unbelievable, maybe the best one in the game right now, those two guys,” Roethlisberger said.MAD SCIENCEMiller is coming off his 100th sack and a key interception that was a game-changer and maybe a season-turner, and he certainly has the attention of the Steelers.“I’ve got nothing but crazy respect for him,” Roethlisberger said. “Such a good football player and he really takes pride in his craft. He’s almost scientific about it.”Miller was the MVP of the Pro Bowl last year, where he was coached by Mike Tomlin in the Steelers staff.“I thought he was an alien,” Tomlin said. “He was a special player among a group of special players. He went by me in the fourth quarter and said, ‘Coach, I got this.’ I watched him take over a Pro Bowl and change the climate inside that stadium.”“An alien?” replied Miller. “Like, which one? There’s Martians with the big head or is it like ‘Alien’ the movie?”ROAD WARRIORSThe Steelers are 15-1-1 in their last 17 road games, though the going has typically been difficult in Denver. Pittsburgh has dropped four of its last five visits to the Mile High City, including a pair of playoff setbacks in 2012 and 2016.“We know it’s a tough place to play,” defensive end Cam Heyward said. “I know I’ve never won a game there and I’ve been around a while. It’s one of those places where, no matter how hot you might think you are, things can change in a minute.”JUJU’S MOJOWhile Brown has caught at least one touchdown in eight consecutive games, it’s the development of Smith-Schuster that’s helped keep Pittsburgh’s offence humming even with running back Le’Veon Bell sitting out the season.Smith-Schuster has 64 receptions for 866 yards and has developed a rapport with Roethlisberger that is paying off in the clutch. He caught four passes in Pittsburgh’s final frenetic two drives last week against Jacksonville, including a leaping 35-yard grab that helped set up the winning touchdown.REPLAY OR REDEMPTION“It’s the best of the best,” Harris said of his matchup with Brown, who got the best of him the last time they lined up against each other three years ago.Brown caught 16 passes for 189 yards and two touchdowns, snapping Harris’ streak of 35 games without allowing a score.“I didn’t play well that night,” Harris said. “But I’m ready for Sunday.”___AP Sports Writer Will Graves contributed.___Follow Arnie Melendrez Stapleton on Twitter: http://twitter.com/arniestapleton___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLArnie Stapleton, The Associated Press read more

Sir Elton John Liz Hurley and Heather Mills settle phone hacking claims

“Sincere apologies have been offered to the claimants for the distress caused by the invasion of privacy.”No admission of liability has been made to any allegations of illegal information gathering at The Sun newspaper.” Heather MillsCredit: Stephen Chernin/AP Callum Galbraith, a partner at Hamlins, said: “The litigation relates to allegations of phone hacking and unlawful information gathering at The Sun and the News of the World.”Notwithstanding the settlements and the growing body of evidence, News Group Newspapers Limited continue to refuse to acknowledge that any phone hacking took place at The Sun.”An NGN spokesman said: “News Group Newspapers has settled cases relating to voicemail interception at the News of the World which closed in 2011. Heather Mills Sir Elton John, Elizabeth Hurley and Heather Mills have settled their phone hacking claims against News Group Newspapers (NGN), their lawyers have confirmed.The latest phone hacking case involving NGN, publisher of The Sun and the now-defunct News of the World, was due to go to trial next week at the High Court in London.But, in a statement issued on Friday, solicitors Hamlins said Sir Elton and his husband David Furnish, Ms Hurley, Ms Mills and her sister Fiona had agreed terms with NGN.The law firm said the claims were “the fourth trial in the last 18 months which has settled very close to the start of the trial date”.The statement added: “As lead solicitor for the claimants, Hamlins are applying shortly to commence the next batch of claims being brought against NGN.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

Uncapped players and Sextons fitness 5 talking points from Schmidts Six Nations

first_img Short URL https://the42.ie/3200421 By Ryan Bailey ‘A massive talent in the group that isn’t expressing itself’: Kiss and Ulster left searching for answers‘I’ve never played there’ – Dusautoir excited about Thomond Park trip Uncapped players and Sexton’s fitness – 5 talking points from Schmidt’s Six Nations squad The head coach named a 40-man panel this morning. Share5 Tweet Email1 31,819 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 64 Comments Jan 23rd 2017, 3:02 PM Follow us: the42.ie Monday 23 Jan 2017, 3:02 PM WITH THE SIX Nations now coming into sharp focus, Joe Schmidt this morning named his 40-man squad for Ireland’s opening fixtures against Scotland and Italy. Here are five talking points from the announcement.1. Uncapped players Rory and Niall Scannell tackle Johnny Sexton during last September’s intepro. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOIt’s always going to be the main talking point of any squad announcement but the inclusion of the Scannell brothers, Niall and Rory, as well as Munster team-mate Andrew Conway is hardly surprising.The trio have been rewarded for their excellent form for the province this season and deserve their place as part of Schmidt’s panel for the first two games of the championship campaign.Niall has established himself as Munster’s first-choice hooker this term with a string of impressive and consistent performances under Rassie Erasmus.With Sean Cronin sidelined for the tournament, it would have been easy for Schmidt to stick with the tried-and-trusted option of Richardt Strauss but the door has now opened for Scannell.He will be in direct competition with Leinster’s James Tracy for a place on the bench behind captain Rory Best.Similarly the absence of Jared Payne through injury gives Rory, 23, the chance to win his first Test cap after being involved in the extended squad for the November series victory over Australia.Having said that, each of the uncapped trio are included on merit and Conway’s flying form on the Munster wing has pushed him up the pecking order and into Schmidt’s plans.The former Leinster man has represented Ireland at Schools, U20, Wolfhounds and Emerging level so this season has very much been a coming of age for the 25-year-old. It’s a real show of faith in the former Blackrock College man.2. Sexton’s fitness and Madigan’s omission Madigan in action for Bordeaux against Ulster on Saturday. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHOSchmidt would have feared for the availability of his talisman as Johnny Sexton hobbled out of Leinster’s Champions Cup game at Castres on Friday but the out-half’s presence in the squad is a clear indication that his calf problem is not serious.Sexton’s injury struggles have been well documented and the Leinster man is only just returning to full fitness after an extended period on the sidelines with hamstring problems.That Paddy Jackson is the only other out-and-out option at 10 underlines the confidence the IRFU medical staff have in Sexton’s calf (and hamstrings) as we wait to discover the extent of the damage.With Joey Carbery also out of action, Rory Scannell can cover the out-half position and is a viable alternative if required but the omission of Ian Madigan will raise eyebrows.The 27-year-old is now, of course, plying his trade with Bordeaux in France and the IRFU’s tendency to omit overseas players means he is appears to be currently off the radar when it comes to national selection.His absence from this morning’s press release was expected but it still bewilders many when questions marks are still hanging over Sexton’s fitness.3. The return of Tommy Bowe T-Bowe makes a return to the squad after a lengthy absence. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHOIt has been a long road back for Tommy Bowe so it’s good to see the Ulster wing back in the Irish squad after an injury-plagued 18 months.The 32-year-old missed last year’s Six Nations after sustaining that horrific posterior cruciate ligament injury during Ireland’s World Cup quarter-final defeat to Argentina in September 2015.That was the last time he pulled on the green jersey but Bowe has been slowly working his way back to full speed over the last few months and is now back in the Ireland picture to provide competition on the wing.Speaking back in November, the Monaghan native targeted the Six Nations after having to watch Ireland’s November heroics from the sofa.“Joe’s just asked me to work hard to try and get my form back, try and get myself up to that level that he knows I can get to,” he said.“The ball’s in my court. I’m under no illusions that it’s going to be very difficult to get into the Irish team the way they’re playing, to get into the Ulster team is difficult.“I have confidence in myself that I can do it, my leg feels good, body feels good. My speed scores on the GPS are really coming back, they’re really not far away. It just takes a few games to get that sharpness.”4. Players in form Jack Conan has been in sensational form. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHOThere’s a feel-good factor around Irish rugby at the moment and confidence will be high going into the Six Nations campaign.Not only do Schmidt’s side go into this year on the back of victories against New Zealand and Australia but the level of performance from Leinster and Munster, in particular, gives great grounds for optimism.Of course, it is all about the collective but the moving, individual parts appear to be in fine working order and it’s hard not to be enthused by the prospect of Schmidt’s men pulling on the green jersey again.We all know what the likes of Conor Murray, Jamie Heaslip, CJ Stander, Best and Robbie Henshaw bring to the table but the form of those pushing for inclusion makes competition for places incredibly fierce.The back row has always been an area of strength and the wealth of options available to Schmidt is scary. Heaslip, Stander, Sean O’Brien (although doubts remain over his fitness) and Josh van der Flier are joined in the ranks by the returning Tommy O’Donnell, Peter O’Mahony and the Leinster duo of Dan Leavy and Jack Conan.The latter, in particular, has forced his way into the reckoning off the back of a barnstorming couple of weeks in Europe for his province and he’s another player to have come through the other side of a frustrating time with injuries.Conan’s last, and only, appearance in green came in the summer of 2015 against Scotland so this chance has been a long-time coming but very much deserved.The scrum-half position is another department of strength. Needless to say, Murray is first-choice but Kieran Marmion will really be pushed for a place as his understudy by Leinster’s Luke McGrath, who has developed into a fine operator this term.A cursory glance down the squad list shows a sprinkling of quality across the pitch and plenty in reserve for Schmidt. Expectations are understandably high.5. Schmidt sticks to what he knows This squad probably came a bit too early for Adam Byrne. Source: James Crombie/INPHOWe hardly expected the head coach to name more than a handful of uncapped players in his squad but there could have been still room for him to reward the likes of Denis Buckley, Adam Byrne and Rory O’Loughlin. Connacht’s Sean O’Brien could also be put in this bracket, although Schmidt has strength in depth in that position already.In truth, it probably came too soon for those players having only really made their breakthrough since the last time Ireland played — but when you consider Ulster’s form, Tommy Bowe and Craig Gilroy may be somewhat fortunate to be included.Obviously the two Ulster backs are vastly experienced, proven at Test level and know the Schmidt systems but if you’re going on form, Byrne and O’Loughlin should be there instead.The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us!last_img read more

Newly discovered highvoltage electric eels found to be living in the Amazon

first_img DNA RESEARCH HAS revealed two entirely new species of electric eel in the Amazon basin, including one capable of delivering a record-breaking jolt.The findings are evidence, researchers say, of the diversity in the Amazon rainforest — much of it still unknown to science — and illustrate why it is so important to protect a habitat at risk from deforestation, logging and fires.“In spite of all human impact on the Amazon rainforest in the last 50 years, we can still discover giant fishes like the two new species of electric eels,” said lead researcher C. David de Santana, a zoologist working with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.The research “indicates that an enormous amount of species are waiting to be discovered in the Amazon rainforest, many of which may harbour cures for diseases or inspire technological innovations,” he told AFP.The electric eel, in fact a kind of fish rather than an eel, inspired the design of the first electric battery.For centuries, it was believed that a single species existed throughout the region known as Greater Amazonia, encompassing parts of countries including Brazil, Suriname and Guyana.But as part of a project to better understand electric eels and map wildlife in remote parts of South America, de Santana and his team decided to test that conventional wisdom.At first glance, they found little visible difference between creatures collected from different parts of the Amazon basin, suggesting the fish were indeed part of a single species.But further analysis, including of DNA from 107 samples they collected, upended centuries of assumptions and revealed three different species: the previously known Electrophorus electricus, along with Electrophorus voltai and Electrophorus varii.And their research also uncovered another stunning result: E. voltai is capable of delivering a jolt of 860 volts — much more than the 650 volts previously recorded from electric eels — “making it the strongest bioelectricity generator known.”‘Hidden’ functionsThe findings, published Tuesday in the Nature Communications journal, theorise that the three species evolved from a shared ancestor millions of years ago.Electric eels use their shock tactics for a variety of reasons, including hunting prey, self-defence, and navigation.They generate electricity from three specialised electric organs that can emit charges of varying strengths for different purposes.But the discovery of the new species raises the possibility that different types of eels may have evolved different ways of generating electricity, perhaps better suited to their diverse environments.De Santana hopes to compare the genomes of the three species, searching for clues that could offer insights useful to a variety of fields.“Electric eel physiology inspired the design of Volta’s first electric battery, provided a basis… for treating neurodegenerative diseases and recently promoted the advance of hydrogel batteries that could be used to power medical implants,” he said.The newly discovered species may reveal a “hidden variety” of functions “of interest to the broader scientific community.”- © AFP 2019  Share4 Tweet Email1 Wednesday 11 Sep 2019, 11:59 AM Newly discovered, high-voltage electric eels found to be living in the Amazon For centuries, it was believed that a single species existed throughout the region known as Greater Amazonia. 22,658 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article One of the newly-discovered species of eel. By AFP https://jrnl.ie/4804595 Wed 11:59 AM One of the newly-discovered species of eel. Short URL 27 Comments last_img read more

Des spermatozoïdes de souris fonctionnels créés en laboratoire

first_imgDes spermatozoïdes de souris fonctionnels créés en laboratoireDes chercheurs allemands et israéliens sont parvenus à générer en laboratoire des spermatozoïdes de souris en utilisant quelques cellules germinales primordiales. Utilisés pour féconder des ovules, ils ont conduit à la naissance de bébés souris tout à fait normaux.Au cours des cinquante dernières années, les problèmes d’infertilité masculine ont pris une importance croissante, s’accompagnant d’une forte réduction du nombre de spermatozoïdes chez les hommes. Alors qu’aujourd’hui de nombreux couples peinent à avoir un enfant, cette découverte ouvre la voie à une nouvelle manière de contourner les problèmes de fertilité. En effet, des chercheurs allemands et israéliens ont réussi à créer des spermatozoïdes en utilisant quelques cellules germinales primordiales. Présentes dans les testicules, ces cellules sont celles qui se transforment peu à peu en spermatozoïdes, passant par plusieurs stades. Après les avoir prélevées chez des souris mâles, l’équipe menée par le professeur Stefan Schlatta a placé les cellules dans un gel d’agar chargé de nutriments pour recréer un environnement similaire à celui trouvé dans les testicules. Ceci a permis aux cellules de croitre et de peu à peu se différencier pour obtenir au final des spermatozoïdes parfaitement fonctionnels. En effet, les cellules ont servi à féconder des ovules, donnant ensuite naissance à des petits tout à fait viables.Bien que la technique n’ait pour l’heure été testée que chez la souris, les scientifiques sont optimistes et estiment qu’elle pourrait aussi servir chez l’homme. Ceci permettrait alors à ceux souffrant de problèmes d’infertilité de ne pas avoir recours aux donneurs de sperme pour avoir un enfant. Le professeur Mahmoud Huleihel, qui a également obtenu les spermatozoïdes dans son laboratoire de l’Université Ben Gurion en Israël explique : “je crois qu’il sera éventuellement possible de faire croitre couramment des spermatozoïdes humains mâles en extrayant des tissues contenant des cellules germinales des testicules d’un homme et en stimulant la production des spermatozoïdes en laboratoire”.Une technique à expérimenter chez l’humain À lire aussiSlip ou caleçon ? Certains sous-vêtements seraient meilleurs pour la fertilité masculineInterrogé par le Telegraph, Stephen Gordon, consultant en infertilité masculine au National Health Service du Royaume-Uni, a salué la prouesse : “C’est un développement incroyable qui peut révolutionner le traitement de l’infertilité et permettre à chaque homme de devenir un père naturel. Les hommes infertiles ont naturellement envie d’être le père de leur enfant mais doivent accepter aujourd’hui que ça ne peut arriver. Avec la découverte de la souris, cela pourrait désormais être une possibilité”. Au vu de leurs résultats, les chercheurs tentent aujourd’hui de reproduire leur exploit “le plus vite possible” chez l’humain mais la tâche n’est pas aisée. Le Pr Huleihel a ainsi commenté : “Nous avons déjà appliqué les mêmes tests que ceux faits chez la souris en laboratoire, en utilisant des cellules humaines, mais nous n’avons pour l’instant pas eu de succès. Nous sommes confiants que si la chose est possible chez un mammifère comme la souris, elle est aussi possible chez l’humain. Nous effectuons actuellement des essais avec différents composés pour entrainer les cellules germinales à se changer en spermatozoïdes. Et nous croyons que ce sera possible. Et, avec espoir, bientôt”.Le 3 janvier 2012 à 16:31 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

House passes bill allowing Tesla to expand

first_imgOLYMPIA — A bill that would allow electric car manufacturer Tesla to open additional stores in Washington is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk.Senate Bill 6272 passed through the House Thursday by a 94-2 vote and passed the Senate in February. Under the measure, Tesla would be able to expand in Washington beyond its two stores in Seattle and Bellevue.Initially the bill, which also clarifies existing laws between car manufacturers and dealers, had language that would have prohibited Tesla from expanding because of its status as a manufacturer and not as a dealer. The company sells cars directly from the manufacturer to the consumer.The bill in its current form would not allow other car makers to operate in the same manner as Tesla.last_img read more

Driver crashes stolen BMW with drugs inside killing 1

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A South Florida man who was involved in a deadly car crash is also accused of using stolen credit cards.According to Miami Police, 35-year-old Nicholas Castelao stole a BMW which he crashed after colliding with another car in the area of Southwest 17th Street and 25th Avenue in Miami, Sunday afternoon.That crash killed one person.Police said Castelao also had other people’s credit cards in his wallet, as well as drugs inside small baggies within the stolen vehicle.Castelao is one of six people who were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital after the wreck.He is facing charges of grand theft and possession of a controlled substance.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

No More Web Training Please

first_imgIf you’ve read my blog in recent weeks, you know I’ve grown very worried about what 2008 will bring for b-to-b publishing. A few days ago, I wrote that it’s “time for b-to-b editors and publishers to build some fighting holes”-defensive positions from where they could ride out the coming onslaught of bad economic news.I promised then that I would “post some of my thoughts on what a b-to-b fighting hole looks like.” And given the news that the smartest guys on Wall Street think a recession is coming, I think today is the day for me to start discussing tactics.Let’s start with a little story. A few weeks ago I had coffee with a long-time friend and journalist. We got to talking about new media. I told him about the remarkable work being done by Rob Curley‘s team at Loudoun Extra, and I told him that he should go straight home, log on and check it out.But my friend said that he did not have an Internet connection at his home.When my shock wore off, I asked why. And my friend, who makes pretty good money, said he didn’t want to pay for Web access. “It doesn’t seem worth it,” he said.I was reminded of that conversation earlier today when an anonymous reader posted a comment to an earlier post of mine. That reader complained that”employers aren’t doing much to train their current employees and prepare them as online journalists.”That’s true, I thought. But I don’t care. I believe that journalists need to learn these skills themselves. As I said more than two years ago”… at this point, you can’t blame the boss for not teaching these things. The difficult truth is that people who can’t insert a hyperlink, who won’t read a blog, who don’t know how to work with Photoshop and can’t upload a video file just aren’t worth having around anymore.”Now, as difficult times loom, I’m taking an even harder stance. I’m urging employers not to offer any training in Web journalism. There are two reasons for this. Here they are:1. You cannot train someone to be part of a culture.For someone to work on the Web, they must be part of the Web. That, after all, is what the Web means. The Web is a web. It exists as a series of connections. An online journalist isn’t a journalist who works online. He’s a journalist who lives online. He’s part of the Web.It’s a waste of time and money to teach multimedia skills and technology to someone who hasn’t already become part of the Web. And there’s no need to teach skills and technology to the journalists who are already part of Web culture, because the culture requires participation in skills and technology.Or, to put it another way — I cannot teach the Web. No one can. Yet all of us who are part of the Web are learning the Web.2. When the fighting begins, the training must end.We had a good run. For the past few years, life has been pretty easy for b-to-b publishers that have embraced the Web. We have been an army that has known nothing but victory. But if I’m right, the easy times are over.We have moved too far, too fast. Our lines are overextended. Our advance has been halted. We are vulnerable.We cannot move backward to round up the stragglers and train them to fight. It’s too late to try to convince print journalists that the Web has value. It’s too late to tell them that an Internet connection is worth a few dollars a month. As revenue shrinks, we can’t spend money on training. We can’t gather up the print folks and “prepare them as online journalists.”You can’t prepare people to dig a fighting hole. You just tell them to dig. And the ones who don’t dig fast enough, deep enough or well enough, die.[Some readers are sure to be thinking — “Is he nuts? Isn’t training newsroom staffs part of what he does for a living?” To which I reply, “Yes. I am nuts. And I do offer training to newsroom staffs.” Odds are there’s something valuable I can offer to the staff at your publication. There are certainly non-training services I can offer your company. Send an email to inquire (at) paulconley (dot) com and we can talk about it. Just don’t ask me to teach another “writing for the Web” course. There’s no room for Web newbies in a b-to-b fighting hole.]More on this topic Getting Wired and Getting Funded Digging a Fighting Hole Looking at Journalism’s Future Reflections on Bob Krakoff Bloggers: Lawsuits Won’t Stop Publishers From Blogging Time Inc. Developing ‘Serious Training Academy’Just In Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media Consultant TIME Names New Sales, Marketing Leads | People on the Move This Just In: Magazines Are Not TV Networks The Atlantic Names New Global Marketing Head | People on the Move Shanker Out, Litterick In as CEO of EnsembleIQ Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the MovePowered bylast_img read more

Gucci Mane Major Lazer Kaskade More Atop Lineup For Texas Float Fest

first_img Gucci Mane, Major Lazer & More To Play Float Fest gucci-mane-major-lazer-kaskade-more-atop-lineup-texas-float-fest Gucci Mane, Major Lazer, Kaskade & More Atop Lineup For Texas’ Float Fest News Facebook Twitter center_img Email Ice Cube, Portugal. The Man, The Flaming Lips, Big Gigantic, Grouplove, Big Boi, Jungle also among artists announced to play the July festival held on a private ranch in TexasNate HertweckGRAMMYs Apr 25, 2019 – 3:41 pm Billed as the, “Only festival in the world to combine the Texas tradition of floating the river and live music,” Float Fest has announced its lineup for 2019, led by Gucci Mane, Major Lazer, Ice Cube, Kaskade, Portugal. The Man, The Flaming Lips, Big Gigantic, Zeds Dead, Grouplove, Big Boi, Jungle and more.. This year’s Float Fest will move to its new home at a private ranch on the Guadalupe River in Gonzalez, Texas after being held previously on the San Marcos River.“We’re excited to bring back Float Fest for its sixth year and host some of the nation’s most talented artists to produce a unique experience in Gonzales,” said Float Fest founder Marcus Federman. “We’re thrilled to be moving to a new city and keep the tradition of our fest going. Gonzales is known as the birthplace of Texas independence and we can’t think of a better place to celebrate a festival rich in Texas traditions such as live music, floating the river, and camping.”Additional performers include G. Love & Special Sauce, Missio, St. Lucia, Houndmouth, The Floozies and more. The festival will also be partnering once again this year with local business to organize a river cleanup project. Tickets are available now, including weekend and day passes and VIP tickets, via the festival’s website.MusiCares “Concert For Recovery Honoring Macklemore” May 16 At The Novo In L.A. – Tickets Avalable Nowlast_img read more

The iPad app making life easier for people in public housing

first_img For the disability community, tech is the great equalizer The app helping the homeless take back control Men won’t talk about mental health and it’s literally killing them Related stories 0 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. See It Review • Apple iPad 2018 review: The iPad for everyone Post a comment $249 With every FACS officer responsible for between 350 and 450 properties, the department was previously only visiting 30 percent of its public housing tenants in a given year. After the app was launched across the state in April 2018, the department conducted one third of its yearly visits — more than 20,000 interactions — in just 60 days.Former FACS client services officer Roger Mclean helped develop the app and knows the problem faced by front-line public housing workers too well. For each public housing visit he used to conduct, he says he would spend upwards of three hours printing out forms, rifling through case files and doing dry paperwork. For a person who got into the job to help people, the bulk of his time was spent on data entry. “It was horrible and very time consuming,” he says. “Now, we’re not rushing.”With only an iPad in tow, case workers can now spend time actually speaking to tenants in their homes, where issues are easier to identify and difficult conversations can be conducted in privacy. For elderly residents and people living with a disability the focus on in-home interactions is game-changing.  “Before, we spent 100 percent of our time on 10 percent of our clients,” says Lance Carden, director of customer service and business improvement at FACS.But for Carden, the biggest change has been a shift from putting out fires to actually engaging with people in the community who need it most. “We miss out on early intervention if we’re not visiting everybody. And we’re missing that social and human element.”Tech Enabled: CNET chronicles tech’s role in providing new kinds of accessibility.The Smartest Stuff: Innovators are thinking up new ways to make you, and the things around you, smarter. $329 $249 Share your voice See Itcenter_img See it Apple Amazon Mentioned Above Apple iPad 2018 (space gray, 32GB) Culture See It Best Buy Family and Community Services officer Roger Mclean talks through the Ivy app with Kate McDonnell. Ian Knighton/CNET For millions around the world, public housing offers the promise of a much-needed roof overhead.But the reality of public housing can be grim, and problems that start small can often become bureaucratic nightmares.That might be a case of waiting weeks to get a broken door fixed or having to file repeated complaints about rowdy neighbours. But issues can be left to fester if councils ignore public housing tenants. And in some cases, as the world saw with the massive fire at London’s Grenfell Tower housing complex in 2017, that can have tragic consequences. While governments can be notoriously slow to adapt, one community housing provider is using tech to catch potential problems before they become big issues, making life easier for some of the most vulnerable people in society.  That solution is the Ivy app.Created by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) in Australia, this iOS app was developed to cut out the endless paperwork case workers and community housing residents need to complete to get basic things done. It lets case workers fill property condition reports and take photos directly on an iPad, while also accessing family records, past incidents or safety issues and recent rent and water bills. Residents can complete forms and make payments on the spot, without having to visit a FACS office or wait an age on the phone to get connected to a call centre. And it’s all done through an iPad, which holds records of all the properties and families a case worker deals with, letting them map out appointments and access any information with a tap of the screen.  facs-apple-ivy-app-4Enlarge ImageThe Ivy app lets public housing residents pay bills, update records and get immediate referrals for help around their home.  Ian Knighton/CNET A simple tech update might seem like a no-brainer. But for Kate McDonnell, who lives in public housing with her five children in inner-city Sydney, the Ivy app has been a huge help. “Before, paperwork got lost … things were falling by the wayside,” she says. Case workers were “overloaded” with admin, and when she did actually get home visits, it was often a new case worker each time.Now, when she has issues, she doesn’t need to wrangle her two young children to get to a FACS centre while the other kids are in school — everything is done through the iPad. And when her case worker visits her house, “I know who they are.” $249 Tags Apple iPadlast_img read more

Kamareddy Work like a team to develop district

first_imgKamareddy: Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy gave a call to all to work together as a team from sarpanch to Zilla Parishad chairman for the development of the district. Kamareddy District Collector N Satyanarayana on Friday administered oath to Dafedar Shobha as the ZP chairperson and Prem Kumar as vice-chairman. 22 ZPTC co-option members also tool oath of office. Along with Speaker Pocharam, R&B Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy, MLAs Gampa Govardhan, Hanmant Shinde and Jajula Surender attended the programme. Also Read – Secunderabad: Major General N Srinivas Rao makes farewell visit to AOC Advertise With Us Later addressing the new team, Pocharam Srinivas Reddy said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has reorganised the districts for easy administration. D Shobha’s name will be there forever in the history as the first ZP chairperson in the district, he added. Transport and R&B Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy said Chief Minister KCR is following Gandhi’s approach in rural development. Congratulating the new ZPTC chiefs and vice-chiefs, he wished them to grow to become better public figures and sit in the legislative assembly. The Minister assured to strive for the development of the district.last_img read more

Fashion designer Digraj Singh Shahpura loves promoting Indian heritage and culture

first_imgDigraj Singh ShahpuraPR HandoutDigraj Singh Shahpura, a popular Indian fashion designer who belongs to the royal clan of Shahpura has been instrumental in promoting Indian heritage and culture through his exclusively designed ethnic apparel.He is also known for doing some exclusive and innovative work in the field of hospitality. His work is diversified and is not only a fashion designer but also has business dealing with hotels, jewelry and interior designs.Digraj has made a mark with his classic tailored cut Indian wear, not just here but in and abroad as well. Digraj has collaborated and done trunk shows with prestigious fashion houses in abroad and India like Burberry, Berluti, Tods and Dior.Digraj gathered a lot of knowledge in the world of fashion by staying and travelling abroad. Thereafter he planned to start his own brand by the name of “Digraj Singh Shahpura” in 2015 and has not looked back since then.And he is dedicated towards bringing a new revolution in Indian fashion and putting it on to the international fashion map by bringing out designs that reflect his Rajasthani roots – Jodhpuri, Bandhgala, Achkan, which are his strengths.Furthermore, his designs bring across an aesthetic and regal tapestry of the fineries of Rajasthan that reflect the heritage and craft of the Indian state.Digraj Singh Shahpura is known for resurrecting fashion styles of the bygone era. His designs have made clothing patterns iconic and fashionable besides keeping intact the rich heritage of Rajasthan.last_img read more

Over 1750 BNPJamaat men detained in 8 days

first_img`Over 1750 BNP-Jamaat men detained in 8 days`Police in special drives have detained at least 1786 leaders and activists of BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami in different districts across the country in the last eight days, ahead of the verdict in a graft case against Khaleda Zia, reports UNB.As many as 222 more were arrested in seven districts from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning as well.A Dhaka court fixed 8 February to deliver the verdict in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case against Khaleda, her self-exiled son and BNP senior vice-chairman Tarique Rahman and four others.Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi said 1,300 BNP leaders and activists have been arrested in the last seven days.Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) commissioner Asaduzzaman Miah, however, denied the allegation.”None has been arrested in the name of special drives. Police remain alert to maintain law and order,” Asaduzzaman Miah told Prothom Alo on Tuesday.Security have been beefed up at important places across the country, he said.Police have also started frisking people at the entry points of the capital, at the railway stations, bus terminals and waterways as well.When asked about such steps, home minister Asaduzzaman Khan said the law enforcement had been trying to make sure nobody could create an untoward situation.last_img

DU students continue demo for cancelling ties with 7 colleges

first_imgDU students continue demo for cancelling ties with 7 colleges. Photo: UNBA group of Dhaka University students put academic and administrative buildings under lock and key for the third consecutive day on Tuesday demanding an end to the university’s affiliation with seven colleges, reports UNB.The students boycotted classes and exams and locked the main entrances of Registrar, Arts, Curzon Hall, Mokarram Bhaban, Law Faculty and Business Faculty, Institute of Modern Languages, Institute of Education and Research, and Social Science buildings around 8:00am.”Our message is clear — we won’t return to classes until the university administration gives us any written assurance to cancel the affiliation of the colleges,” said Shakil Mia, one of the leaders of the demonstrators.He said the protest will continue until their demands are met.Contacted, DU proctor professor AKM Golam Rabbani said to UNB, “We requested the striking students to return to classes and sit with the university administration to resolve any problem. But they rejected our proposal.”The affiliated colleges are Dhaka College, Eden Mohila College, Government Shaheed Suhrawardy College, Kabi Nazrul Government College, Begum Badrunnesa Government Women’s College, Mirpur Government Bangla College and Government Titumir College.Meanwhile, Dhaka University Central Students’ Union (DUCSU) on Monday expressed its solidarity with the students’ demand and called upon the protesting students to go back to classes, saying it will take effective measures after discussions with the university administration and education ministry after vice-chancellor Md Akhtaruzzaman returns from China.last_img read more

Google launches Gallery Go by Google Photos for Android

first_imgGoogle launches Gallery Go by Google Photos for Android by Martin Brinkmann on July 24, 2019 in Google Android – 4 commentsGallery Go by Google Photos is a new Android application by Google designed as an alternative to Google Photos. The application has been launched worldwide by Google but it is feature-restricted in some regions.Designed to be lightweight, Gallery Go by Google Photos follows other “Go” applications such as YouTube Go, Google Search Go or Google Maps Go which Google launched in recent years.The applications are designed for new mobile users and markets favoring lower-end devices, and are part of Google’s plan to reach even more users.The application requires Android 8.1 or higher but that is the only requirement. Anyone may download Gallery Go by Google Photos to their Android device if they meet the requirement. The app has a size of 10 Megabytes which is small when you compare it Google Photos which has a size of 42 Megabytes currently.One of the appeals of Gallery Go by Google Photos is that it is designed for offline use. The gallery application is not as feature-rich as Google Photos but it comes with a handful of extras that may make it interesting. It can be used to view and manage photos, and to edit them as well.  The app supports viewing, copying and transferring photos from and to SD cards as well.The application displays categories at the top and below that a chronological view of images. Categories are feature limited in certain regions but Google fails to mention why that is the case.Gallery Go by Google Photos may sort photos into categories such as Selfies, People or Nature automatically using machine learning. Google calls the restricted feature face grouping in the description.Tap on any group to display its photos and tap on any individual photo to view it in full and display editing options. You may share or delete the image, use the built-in auto enhancing functionality, or tap on edit to display further editing options. These are basic and allow users to apply filters, and to rotate or crop images.Videos support sharing, editing, and deleting. The edit options are limited to selecting part of the video to save it to the device.Other features include switching to a folder view mode to manage Camera photos, screenshots, or WhatsApp images.Closing WordsGallery Go by Google is designed as a lightweight application to speed up certain image and video viewing processes by using machine learning to categorize content automatically. The app is fairly limited in regions where face grouping is not enabled in. The app supports some of Google Photo’s major features, auto-enhancing being a major one.The app is definitely better than YouTube Go as I refuse to use the application because of its requirement to enter a phone number on start.Now You: What is your take on the new Gallery Go app by Google?Summary12345 Author Rating3 based on 1 votes Software Name Gallery Go by Google PhotosOperating System AndroidSoftware Category MultimediaLanding Page https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.photosgo Advertisementlast_img read more

Mexico officials stand by account of deadly ranch shootout

first_img Comments   Share   “He said he had been offered maintenance work at the ranch,” said a relative, adding that Romero didn’t belong to a gang.After seeing his corpse, the relative said Romero had been shot in the head from above and there was bruising on his face. On the death certificate, the cause of death was listed as “destruction of the brain mass due to penetration by a projectile from a firearm.” It did not say if the gunshot was from close range or far away.Romero’s relative said he believed what happened on the ranch “was a massacre” not a shootout with criminal gunmen.Relatives of Mario Alberto Valencia Vazquez, 22, said he worked in a furniture business but had been offered employment on the ranch.One relative said Valencia’s teeth had been knocked inward as if “he had been struck by something” and his body showed signs of having received blows. Another woman said her husband’s face had been destroyed and was missing an eye.Photographs from the site showed the bodies of men, some without shirts or barefoot, strewn over the ranch. Some appeared to lie with semi-automatic rifles in a field with farm equipment and others on a blood-stained patio strewn with clothes, mattresses and sleeping bags. Video of the battle obtained by The Associated Press showed federal police officers coming under fire. MORELIA, Mexico (AP) — Mexican officials stood by their account Monday of a shootout that killed 42 suspected criminals and one federal police officer last week, dismissing questions raised about the lopsided death toll.“There was not one single execution, I can say that categorically,” Enrique Galindo, head of Mexico’s federal police, told local media.The 42 men died Friday during a three-hour gun battle on a ranch in Michoacan state. Officials say the fight began when police officers came under fire while responding to a report of armed men taking over the Rancho del Sol, in Ecuandureo, a township near the border with Jalisco state. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober It was the deadliest such confrontation in recent memory and followed two deadly clashes in the area controlled by the powerful Jalisco New Generation cartel: The gang is blamed for an ambush that killed 15 state police officers in April and for a May 1 attack in which a rocket launcher shot down an army helicopter, killing eight soldiers.Families of some of the men killed on Friday told The Associated Press that after viewing the remains of their loved ones, they doubted the official account. Relatives gathered at a local morgue said one body was missing an eye and had facial bruising, another had its teeth knocked inward. Another had a gunshot in the top of the head.Galindo said a helicopter gunship had participated in the shootout and that its role had been decisive. “If the helicopter had not arrived, the death toll might have been different.”National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said at a news conference later Monday that the helicopter had been hit three times by bullets from an AR-15 assault rifle.Authorities detained three people and confiscated 38 semi-automatic weapons, two smaller arms, a grenade launcher and a .50-caliber rifle. They had initially said they seized 40 weapons. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Top Stories Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Police drive along a road inside the Rancho del Sol, a ranch that was the site of clashes between Mexican authorities and a drug cartel, in the municipality of Ecuandureo, Mexico, Saturday, May 23, 2015. The clash on Friday was the deadliest confrontation in recent memory, with 42 suspected gang gunmen and one Federal Police officer killed during a three-hour firefight. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo) Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Rubido dismissed photos circulating online, saying some were not from Friday’s events and others were captured at different points in time.The debate recalled a June 30 case in Tlatlaya, a rural community in Mexico state in which the army initially said 22 suspected criminals were killed in a confrontation and only one soldier had been wounded. An investigation by The Associated Press revealed that several of the suspects were executed after surrendering. Seven soldiers have been charged with wrongdoing.“This is in no way anything like what happened in Tlatlaya,” Galindo said. Officials say overwhelming power and training — police used four armored cars and the helicopter in the shootout — as well as the suspects’ lack of preparation spelled the difference.And Galindo noted that not all of the suspects at the ranch were killed. Three surrendered and were taken into custody, and a significant number escaped.“We calculate there could have been between 60 and 70 people, because some fled,” Galindo said.Rubido said the cartel gunmen invaded the ranch last Monday, but the ranch owner, who lives in Guadalajara, did not report the takeover to authorities until Thursday. The gunmen were seeking a safe place to escape the government’s pressure in Jalisco, Rubido said. Sponsored Stories Speaking to the television network Televisa earlier Monday, Rubido said tests on the bodies of the victims showed they had been shot “from a considerable distance … dozens of meters (yards),” ruling out anybody having been finished off at close range.An official from Michoacan state, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the press, said all the dead were men and most died from gunfire.Rubido said the three men arrested were “the only three who when told to surrender, did so. The others refused and continued shooting.”But the lopsided death toll, and photographs from the scene in which bodies appeared to have been moved, raised questions about the official version.Family members who arrived at the morgue in the state capital, Morelia, to retrieve the bodies spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they feared reprisals, but some were willing to provide the names of their dead relatives. Many were from Ocotlan in Jalisco state and said that a group of at least 25 men from the town had gone to the ranch after being offered work.Juan Enrique Romero Caudillo, 34, was one of those men. Family members said he sold scrap metal to make a living. A convoy of 42 federal police were headed to the ranch to investigate when fired upon Friday morning, Rubido said. About 60 additional personnel joined them after 1 Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. 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