The research and development community on BrightTALK brings together leading professionals in healthcare, technology and manufacturing to present on current topics in their fields. From big data in healthcare to online forensics training and medical research practices, the community is an exceptional resource for those looking to expand their knowledge. Be part of the conversation by joining the community and participating in interactive live webinars.
At Berk-Tek, we put the customer at the heart of everything we do. This statement stands true in the TEK Center’s research and development labs. A network is only as strong as the cables used to connect it and the applications lab works to ensure that every Berk-Tek cable performs beyond your expectations. By employing industry-leading research, advanced testing procedures and sophisticated modeling for emerging technologies, the applications lab translates expanding network requirements into leading edge cabling solutions that perform beyond the standard.
The updated SOP was released by the SBA last Friday.
EDR is pleased to host Part II of last week’s webcast where we’ll focus exclusively on changes to the environmental guidelines. This 20-minute webinar is a must attend for anyone originating SBA 504 or 7a loans.
Version J of SOP 50 10 5 represents the agency’s first update to its environmental guidance since 2014 (when it adopted the revised ASTM Phase I E 1527 standard). EDR’s James Haberlen will provide a timely update on what this round of changes mean to the environmental due diligence required on any loans seeking the SBA’s approval.
In this webinar, we dive deeper into analytics and talk about the advantages of data exploration and predictive modeling. We’ll also show attendees how to fine-tune the accuracy and precision of those analytic models so you can make critical decisions with confidence.
Are your users tired of having to login to the corporate network via VPN? Do you wish you could manage at-home devices remotely? In our latest release of PCoIP Management Console, we’ve added the ability to manage both office-based and at-home PCoIP Zero Clients.
During this 30-minute webinar you’ll learn the best ways how to set up PCoIP Zero Clients so your employees or external consultants can be productive from wherever they happen to be.
The demonstration will cover how to:
•Configure PCoIP Zero Clients for off-site employees or contractors
•Determine the best WAN settings to recognize out-of-office devices
O Brasil está passando por um momento de profunda transformação com diferentes reformas sendo discutidas no Congresso e políticas públicas sendo debatidas para aumentar a competitividade do país.
Qual é a estrutura econômica e política na crise brasileira atual? Quais variáveis vão determinar as tendências futuras?
Nesse webinar iremos discutir:
O cenário político e econômico atual do Brasil
A crescente fragmentação do sistema político
Perspectivas para o Brasil para 2017 e 2018 focando nas eleições do próximo ano
McCann Health partnered with McCann Truth Central, the global intelligence unit of McCann Worldgroup, to conduct vital research.
On the 19th October, McCann Health in association with PMGroup, will look at the truth they uncover about health.
‘The Truth about Doctors’ the first study in the series, aims to get to the heart of the human under the white coat to better understand what motivates doctors and how we can improve the way we communicate to them.
If you’re like most organizations today, you’ve invested in content for marketing, sales, support, product strategy, and a host of other reasons. You’ve developed ways to more efficiently and effectively create, manage, and deliver content. Despite these significant investments, you—and your stakeholders—are likely still asking the question, “Does our content work?”
While that sounds like a simple question, getting answers can be challenging, to say the least. But, it doesn’t have to be. Not if you start with a strategy and the right tools for the job.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, content scientist Colleen Jones, for a presentation about measuring content performance. Jones (and her crew at Content Science) have spent the last few years working with large, global brands to identify what makes content effective—and how to measure it. The result is ContentWrx—a robust performance measurement tool designed to help your organization make content decisions that improve or accelerate return on investment.
Attend this free, one-hour webinar, and you'll learn how to track the six dimensions of content effectiveness and make informed business decisions based on data. You’ll discover the four elements of the ContentWrx system, and you’ll find out how easy it can be to collect, analyze and act upon behavioral and perception data. You’ll also learn how ContentWrx can help you close the gap between your data and user feedback.
As a bonus, Jones will share the top 3 insights from an analysis of data from more than 100,000 content users.
With the release of ANSYS version 18 earlier this year, engineers were introduced to a variety of new and innovative enhancements that help improve the quality of their meshing, and speed up the simulation process.
Join PADT's Simulation Support Manager Ted Harris, for an in depth look at new mechanical meshing capabilities made available in ANSYS 18.0, 18.1 and 18.2!
Increasingly, companies have turned to customer data platforms (CDPs) to help them run more relevant marketing campaigns using the large volume of customer data at their fingertips. Customer-focused software company Atlassian will discuss how they made that decision and the types of complex marketing campaigns that they can now run as a result. Research analyst David Raab will also be on hand to discuss how other companies can use CDPs to harness customer data to increase sales and loyalty.
In this webinar, you will learn:
* Key considerations when deciding to build versus buy a customer data platform
* How companies are taking advantage of CDPs for more relevant communications
* How data science can improve marketing efficacy
* The trends and market factors driving the need for customer data platforms
* Jeff Sinclair, Product Manager, Engagement Platform, Atlassian
* David Raab, Analyst and Founder at The Customer Data Platform Institute
* Jeff Hardison, VP of Marketing at Lytics
* Stewart Rogers, Analyst-at-Large, VentureBeat
The notion of a Smart Factory today is based on utilizing modern Industrial IoT concepts. While it is not practical for existing brown fields to immediately modernize and adopt all these technologies and best practices, it is however possible for factories to cherry pick individual technologies and practices as a path to gradually modernize over time. These include technologies and best practices that allow for seamless machine interoperability, easy data sharing between machines, MES, ERP, and SCADA systems.
This webinar will provide an overview of some of these technologies and will also discuss the new industry standards that make such a migration possible. We’ll also share a proof of concept, the IIC Smart Factory Web Testbed, which is a network of smart factories with flexible adaptation of production capabilities and sharing of resources and assets to improve order fulfillment.
Featured IIC Testbed: Smart Factory Web
The Smart Factory Web forms a network of smart factories with flexible adaptation of production capabilities and sharing of resources and assets to improve order fulfillment. Key challenges being addressed: How can we connect factories to the Smart Factory Web and exchange data reliably? How can we provide the information securely at the right granularity to authorized partners? How can production capabilities be adapted quickly and efficiently in response to orders?
Sari Germanos, IIC Safety Task Group Chair; Business Development Manager, B&R Industrial Automation
Dr. Kym Watson, IIC Testbed Lead, Smart Factory Web; Deputy Head, Information Management and Process Control Department, Fraunhofer IOSB
Howard Marks looks ahead at the storage trends rolling into IT Operations in the new year.
Today’s data center is a much more dynamic environment than ever before leaving IT organizations struggling to compete, and or integrate, with public cloud services with tools and hardware designed for the much more static datacenter of yesteryear. In this webinar long time industry observer Howard Marks will examine five of the trends that IT operators should pay attention to in the coming year.
Our discussion will focus on the promise, tools and challenges involved in moving to hybrid architectures that bridge private data centers and cloud resources to shift workloads, support data-intensive compute operations, manage unstructured data growth, build affordable archives, and prepare for disaster recovery. These technologies will consider macro-level trends as well as solving operational challenges that come with the growth of cloud.
Infrastructure architects, systems engineers, storage engineers, data strategists, HPC specialists and other enterprise IT professionals will learn:
- Current environment and challenges in building hybrid infrastructures that support traditional and object storage
- Five not-to-be-ignored trends ripe for adoption in 2018
- How compute and storage can mix in the new cloud-enabled world
SIEM solutions have been widely adopted to help IT teams collect and correlate data from a variety of security point products. However, traditional SIEM deployments require a great deal of time, money & expertise to properly normalize data feeds, create correlation rules to detect threats & continuously tune those rules to limit false positives. And, after all that work is done, it has to be continuously re-done as the network & threat landscape changes.
AlienVault takes a different approach to SIEM. Join this webcast to learn how AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) overcomes the most common SIEM challenges with:
Built-in capabilities like asset discovery, vulnerability assessment, intrusion detection, orchestrated incident response, and log management
Continuously updated correlation directives, vulnerability signatures, incident response guidance, and more
Fully integrated, real-time threat intelligence from the AlienVault Labs Security Research Team and the AlienVault Open Threat Exchange (OTX)
The ability to monitor on-premises and cloud environments including AWS and Azure, as well as cloud applications like Office 365
Making content teams work together is a struggle. On the one hand, creating engaging and sharable content requires a diverse team of professionals—from copywriters, editors, and subject matter experts to content engineers, user experience designers, and content marketers. On the other hand, we are pitting people who need data and a benchmark to make decisions against those that plan and execute without that information. Some look for short-cuts to formal processes, while others desire and follow complex workflows and plans. Some are visionary while others are only worried about the here and now.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Andrew Lawless, for a free, one-hour webinar focused on helping content teams collaborate better regardless of their differences. You'll learn about a methodology that has been successfully used to coach hundreds of thousands of employees—from Fortune 500 companies to smaller family-owned businesses. You leave with a fresh understanding of human behavior, and you'll learn the real reasons people act the way they do. You'll learn how to ease conflict, strain, and tension in team relationships and you discover how to provide information to people in a way that they can best absorb it.
The complexity of vendor risk management increases every day, as does its importance to organizations that rely on third parties. Regulators are increasing their focus on potential third-party risk. Risks assessments for business processes and vendor management are being integrated, mapped to organizational risks, and mined for patterns and trends. Some organizations are even extending vendor risk management to assess the vendors of vendors.
Assessing and monitoring vendors and third parties is an arduous task if conducted manually. A manual process of inputting data, assigning risk levels, and following up requires multiple employees dedicating numerous hours. A manual process also makes it difficult to ensure harmony between an organization’s policies, regulatory requirements and those of the vendor or supplier.
On the other hand, a robust governance, risk management, and compliance system like the Keylight Platform can help organizations identify, classify, monitor, and recommend risk mitigation to support business operations and regulatory requirements.
In this webinar, LockPath’s vendor risk management experts provide an overview of the challenges to efficient and effective vendor risk management, and they demonstrate how GRC can bring order to the chaos of vendor risk management.
This is the first in a two-part series on governance, risk and automation.
In Part I, we will explore concepts central to IT governance and risk. The presenters will use a conversational style to describe IT governance, how it works, and then go deeper into one central aspect, risk.
Part II will build on the foundation presented in part one and describe how these issues are managed in an automated solution.
Everyone knows drug diversion can be a major challenge in nursing units, but not everyone knows how to take preventive measures to reduce the risk of diversion in the central pharmacy. Join diversion expert Luke Overmire for guidance on how to prevent, detect, and react to diversion in your pharmacy.
We look forward to having you join our discussion!
In our first two classes, we have looked at the needs of a cloud-based IoT solution and how to design and build it. In this final class our expert instructor will cover the critical aspects of how to test and deploy our IoT solution, and more importantly, how to keep it secure and operational through ongoing monitoring and maintenance. We will look at how Device Cloud enables ongoing monitoring and maintenance for the devices through the entire life cycle of the IoT solution from design through end-of life. Particular elements to be covered will include Device Cloud functionality such as edge management and data management. Still in its relative infancy, the IoT is already being hacked at an alarming rate. We need to include the tools and the platform to stay one step ahead, keep our devices secure and up-to-date, and maintain a vigilant ‘eye’ on the system throughout its life. Sponsored by Wind River.
A discussion on the Global implications of GDPR, with Hogan Lovells
Join Hogan Lovells' Privacy and Data Protection Lawyer, Eduardo Ustaran and Forcepoint Deputy CISO Neil Thacker for a live webcast, as they discuss the global implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Whilst awareness of the GDPR is increasing, the broader impact is still misunderstood: any Global organization that holds or processes EU resident data will be subject to the regulation.
In this webcast, they will discuss:
- Which key principles of the GDPR regulation widely affect organizations
- How prepared global organizations are to meet the May 2018 deadline
- The latest information and guidance from the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party
- What can be learned from organizations who are at an advanced stage in their GDPR preparations
- The positive return to the organization from undertaking a GDPR readiness program
While traditional challenges of cost, quality and schedule in aerospace program management (PM) keep increasing, the newer challenges are becoming more complex. Research instituted by TCS and conducted by CIMdata portrays several complexities and challenges faced by companies globally in meeting Program deadlines. There is a need of paradigm shift in the way Program, Processes and Profitability are managed. There are several opportunities which are rapidly gaining embracing Digital possibilities to leap frog with future ready solutions.
Join us for a webinar, where thought leaders from CIMdata and TCS define the Art of Possible for advanced program and configuration management, to address the new challenges and leverage them to create new competitive and business opportunities.
Join us for a webinar, where thought leaders from CIMdata and TCS reveal the research findings, define the Art of Possible for advanced program and configuration management, to address the new challenges and leverage them to create new competitive and business opportunities on October 12, 2017 7 AM PT
In this webinar you will learn:
1. The key to managing advanced aerospace programs
2. TCS' aerospace and defense capabilities
3. The art of possibility and experience sharing to solve complex problems
With the Ray Optics Module, an add-on product to the COMSOL Multiphysics® software, you can use simulation to predict the paths of light rays, including diffuse and specular reflection, refraction, absorption and dispersion of polychromatic light. You can also analyse ray intensity, polarization and monochromatic aberrations.
This webinar will focus on how ray tracing can be combined with other types of physics in a model. For example, you can model the effects of thermal stress in high-powered laser focusing systems and even couple wavelength-scale modelling of antennas and semiconductor devices to ray tracing simulations on a much larger scale.
The webinar includes a live demonstration and will conclude with a Q&A session.
This webinar will provide an overview of recent advances in RAFT agents (900150, 900157 and 900158). New dithiocarbamate RAFT agents are extremely versatile, RAFT agents with wide-spread monomer applicability. The RAFT agents have the distinct advantage of low odour levels and in addition to this and the derived polymers do not develop odour on storage as no low molar mass thiols are generated. In most cases they are an appropriate replacement for trithiocarbonate RAFT agents. The new RAFT agents have the ability to control polymerization of both MAMs (more activated monomers) and LAMs (less activated monomers) and have been shown to be suitable for the synthesis of poly(MAM)-block-poly(LAM), specifically poly(DMA)-blockpoly(VAc).
In an era of personalized medicine, the current trajectory of growth across the microbiome industry parallels the growth that took place across genomics. Some of the milestones that have occurred in the microbiome field include the application of next-generation screening toward identifying and assessing microbial levels within the human gut. Using these microbial biomarkers, scientists are pushing the boundaries by identifying novel drug targets as well as probiotic or prebiotic products that could aid in balancing the microbial ecosystem within the human body.
In a fast-moving, 24/7 healthcare environment, doctors and nurses cannot afford any impediments to delivering the best possible patient care. To ensure that the hospitals, physicians, nurses and other care providers it serves receive the best client experience possible, Allscripts offers a proactive application monitoring service that checks for potential problems that could slow down or disrupt the use of its mission-critical healthcare IT systems.
Initially launched in 2006, the proactive support offering monitors clients’ IT infrastructure and use of Allscripts solutions. Since its introduction, Allscripts has been able to improve client experiences in a way that has had a significant impact on business growth and client retention.
As we learned in our first class, we need a cohesive platform of tools and various ‘building blocks’ to build a robust cloud-based IoT solution to meet the needs of even high-reliability IIoT applications. In this second class on cloud-based design for the IoT, our expert instructor will discuss how a combination of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies and software-defined architecture (SDA) from Wind River® is ushering in a new era of IoT innovation. Some of the topics to be covered include development tools and example pre-build platforms for many popular targets, connectivity and control APIs, and network and infrastructure platforms and services. Our instructor will also cover the topics of how to assure our communications and data are secure and properly communicated, filtered, collected, and safely stored. Current industry estimates are that only 10-25% of data is actually collected and stored – when this data increases by perhaps two orders of magnitude in the next five years, how can we assure that we can indeed collecting, communicating, using, and saving the data we need? We will look at some of the answers to that question in this class. Sponsored by Wind River.
The in vitro micronucleus assay is one of the most widely used tests to quantify genotoxicity and cytotoxicity, especially as a screening tool in the development of chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Micronuclei (MN) are formed from whole chromosomes or chromosome fragments that lag behind during the metaphase-anaphase transition and are excluded from the main nucleus following division. MN form into small, rounded bodies surrounded by their own nuclear envelope and represent chromosomal mutations that can be used as an endpoint in genotoxicity testing. Typically performed by manual microscopy, the MN assay is laborious and can be subject to scorer bias. To overcome this, automated microscopy and conventional flow cytometry methods have been developed. However, these methods suffer from several limitations such as the requirement to create high quality slides in the case of microscopy and the lack of visual confirmation of MN in the case of flow cytometry. The ImageStream®X (ISX) imaging flow cytometer has the potential to overcome these limitations as it combines the speed, statistical robustness and rare event capture capability of conventional flow cytometry with high resolution fluorescent imagery.
In this webinar, adaptation of the in vitro MN assay to an imaging flow cytometry-based method will be described. Using the ISX Mark II imaging flow cytometer, images of micronucleated mono- and binucleated cells as well as polynucleated cells can be captured at a high flow rate and automatically identified and scored in the Image Data Exploration and Analysis Software (IDEAS®) that accompanies the ISX. A data analysis template created specifically for this application allows for the determination of both genotoxicity and cytotoxicity following treatment with known clastogens and aneugens. This work is the first demonstration of fully automated method for performing the in vitro MN assay on an imaging flow cytometry platform.
As content professionals, we are inundated every day with competing priorities, reduced resources, and a business climate that changes faster than we can assimilate. As a result, we are typically heads-down and focused on creating the content for our customer deliverables—everything from white papers and data sheets to text in the user interface and instructions to self-paced and instructor-led training. And often this gives us a very detail-focused view of the world. We tend to lose sight of the bigger-picture problem that our customers are trying to solve. In the end, we create detailed, accurate documentation or training or marketing content, but that content doesn't interoperate well with other content. We miss the forest because we're focused completely on the trees.
While content is incredibly important, the experience in which it is delivered can make or break a reader's success with that content. When it is delivered relative to the other activities the reader is doing, where within those activities (or journey) it is presented to the reader, and in what forms and formats—those are key success factors that make up the experience side of the equation.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Andrea Ames, for this practical one-hour webinar. Andrea will discuss her framework for designing the experience we are striving to achieve for our clients and customers, including the key components of a great experience; what it takes to achieve consistency across multiple content creators within a single experience design; the steps for designing a great experience, and tips for validating that the experience meetings the needs of your customers.
Our current security architecture is broken. We need a new approach to address the evolving IoT endpoint. Join Armis CTO Nadir Izrael as he discusses:
-Where current architecture is falling short
-What next-generation architecture should look like
-How to address vulnerabilities found in IoT devices/the unmanaged endpoint.
Armis eliminates the IoT security blind spot, protecting enterprises from the threat of unmanaged or rogue devices and networks. Customers including Samsung Research America and IDT Corporation trust Armis’ agentless IoT security platform to see and control any device or network. Armis is a privately held company and headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
Royal Philips of the Netherlands is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips focuses on creating people-centric innovations for 120 years.
By leveraging advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights, Philips innovates to deliver innovative, integrated solutions to its customers. These are meaningful innovations that let Philips’ customers be healthy, live well and enjoy life.
Join us as we speak to Philips about their modernization approach, master data strategy, and architecture to support data-driven innovations. In this webinar, you will:
•Hear Philips describe how the company uses a modern data integration hub architecture with master data management
•Learn how master data management provides one place to master clinical/health, consumer, vendor, product, financial, employee and machine-readable data
•See how a data integration hub publish/subscribe architecture simplifies controlled delivery of consistent master data
•Discover the benefits Philips has realized in improving decision quality, reducing cost of manual data reconciliation and alignment, and gaining competitive advantage through improved time-to-market efficiency
•See a deep-dive into the architecture and the benefits of this approach over traditional approaches
•Engage in a question and answer with Philips and Informatica experts
Are you curious to know how biological augmentation will drive developments in anti-aging solutions and the reduction or elimination of infectious diseases? Are you interested in understanding what technologies will drive human thought evolution? Are you covering the innovation in implants and wearable’s that could have what may seem to be superhuman capabilities? Are you anxious to better understand new growth opportunities from industry experts on the future of humanity and what our world could look like in the next 30 years?
The industry is being disrupted by integration of the multi-disciplinary capabilities in biology, chemistry and computational power that companies can leverage to develop new solutions to diagnose, treat and manage chronic disease conditions, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. There is immense pressure on companies to build competencies in product development, manufacturing and distribution of new technology platforms such as point-of-care molecular diagnostics to capture new growth opportunities in the precision medicine market—a paradigm shift that will transform clinical practice and treatment outcomes.
This timely webinar will review the implications of the Minamata Convention on Mercury on coal. COP1, the 1st Conference of the Parties, of the convention was held in Geneva at the end of September. Tune in to to get a full update on the final text of the Minamata Convention on Mercury and a discussion on the potential consequences for emerging economies who have a significant dependence on coal.
UNEP (the United Nations Environment Programme) first raised the issue of mercury as the most important, unregulated, pollutant in the global environment in the mid 2000s and, in response, established the first INC (International Negotiating Committee) and the UNEP Partnership Areas in 2008. The IEA CCC has been lead of the Coal Partnership since its inception.
Coordinating mercury reduction programmes throughout the world will include numerous social, economic and technological challenges and will be dependent on technology transfer as well as significant international funding. By the time COP1 of Minamata eventually closed, 83 countries had signed the Minamata convention and committed to developing national implementation plans. The next step will be the acceptance of those plans and, ultimately, the movement of these plans into action.
Telecommunications Industry Association TR-41 committee developed the TIA-4953 (amplified telephones) and TIA-1083 (HAC performance for telephones) standards.
TIA has logos to provide the hearing-impaired community a simple and clear solution to identify telephones that meet hearing audio amplification and HAC performance needs per these standards.
This webcast will review the process to receive and use the logos, and additionally cover what standards work is underway at TIA for mobile telephone audio performance.
>> Jessica Trentman, Marketing Director, CaptionCall
>> Jeff Strickland, Director of R&D, Clarity Products
>> Jonathan Gray, Director of Sales, Clarity Products
>> Linda Kozma-Spytek, Research Audiologist, Technology Access Program, Gallaudet University
>> Don McKinnon, VP of Testing Services, AST Technology Labs
>> Stephanie Montgomery, VP Technology and Standards, TIA
Knowing the “right channel” (combination) is just one (key) part of a customer-centric omnichannel strategy. Including other critical dimensions - notably “right content”, “right context”, and “right frequency” – has never been easy. And mapping these onto who the right customer is, and how to benchmark your competition in markets, is a challenge that is only growing.
The Across Health Navigator 3.0 delivers easily navigable insights into all of these components – as well as giving a thorough survey of the third party media which physicians in different specialties and markets use. This final component allows a solid basis for evaluating websites, newsletters, apps, congresses, and online communities.
In this webinar, we will talk about:
- What are the key metrics for customer engagement: right channel, right context, and right frequency
- What channel insights can do for omnichannel campaigns in terms of right content
- How to benchmark your competitors in different TAs and territories
- Evaluating the reach and impact of different third party media
Residential storage systems represent a core enabler in the movement towards more decentralized and flexible grids while offering consumers the benefits of energy independence, cost savings, and environmental consciousness.
Expert Insight You will not Want to Miss:
· Learn about market pillars for the successful development of residential battery storage.
· Understand the future evolution of the battery storage market within the smart energy industry.
· Discover customer perceptions and needs related to battery energy storage.
· Explore current and future business models driving the market.
Unisys advises banks, non-bank lenders, insurers, and payments providers developing data management and artificial intelligence capabilities. This webinar will showcase client examples applying machine learning and predictive analytics to optimize consumer engagement, identify fraud and cyber security risks, and bring new capabilities to credit modeling.
About the Speakers:
Rodrigo Fontecilla is vice president and global lead for analytics for Unisys Federal Systems, where he leads all aspects of software development, system integration, mobile development, and data management focused on the federal government. Rod is responsible for providing leadership, coordination, and oversight on all IT solutions, emerging technologies, and IT services delivery to the federal government. He has more than 25 years of professional experience in the capture, design, development, implementation, and management of information management systems delivering mission-critical IT solutions and has an extensive background and expertise in cloud computing, mobile development, social media, enterprise architecture, data analytics, SOA-based solutions, and IT governance.
Maria L. Allen is Senior Director and Global Head of Unisys' Financial Services Portfolio Solutions. In this role, Maria is responsible for building new products and services across all regions, platforms and channels ensuring that solutions and services are delivered in a way that enable our clients to meet their strategic goals and objectives.
For more information on our Advanced Analytics offerings contact us at email@example.com and visit http://www.unisys.com/analytics
The Avanan Cloud Security Platform is the next-generation cloud security platform that offers the industry's top-rated solutions for malware, phishing, data leakage, encryption, anomaly detection, shadow SaaS and more.
In this webinar, we will discuss why phishing has become the most pervasive threat to cloud security, spreading from cloud-based email like Office 365 and Gmail to other communication products like Slack and Skype.
We will will see why most phishing attacks are now specifically targeting SaaS customers and how SaaS-targeted attacks are both more dangerous and harder to detect.
Solace é líder global em mensageria e provê uma plataforma que interconecta empresas de ponta-a-ponta usando padrões de mercado. A plataforma de mensageria da Solace é o sistema nervoso para vários casos de uso onde existe o movimento de dados: nuvem híbrida, microserviços, arquiteturas orientadas a eventos, Big Data, Internet das Coisas entre outros. A Solace é uma solução que suporta múltiplos protocolos, linguagens de programação e padrões de troca de mensagens e que funciona tanto em nuvem pública e privada, como também localmente. Essa abrangência torna possível o que chamamos de Open Data Movement.
Mass spectrometry (MS) is an accepted research tool for both academic and industrial laboratories. As MS continues to gain ground in clinical and industrial testing, the requirements for high throughput, high sensitivity and high accuracy analyses put more emphasis on sample preparation. Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) is well suited for this purpose as it requires minimal sample, provides pre-concentration of analytes, and allows for quantitative determinations.
This webinar will focus on the use of microextraction devices for direct MS analysis for applications that do not require chromatographic separation. Such analysis often results in very high throughput and more immediate results in comparison to traditional methods. Several Direct MS interfaces will be reviewed. The relevant overview of the literature as applied to the direct MS analysis of microextracted samples will be presented. The presentation also will discuss in more detail the coupling of Direct Analysis Real Time (DART) with a new type of solid phase microextraction devices (known as BioSPME).
AQUA is a departmental quality management software that centralizes all of the machine QA activities, helping to manage the complexity of quality assurance requirements in a radiation therapy department. As part of an MR Linac research project, Aqua was chosen to standardize and manage QA activities. It uses a centralized database to consolidate all QA tests, procedures and results in one location and offers a workflow manager to guide the users in their day-to-day QA tasks.
In this presentation, we will review how University Medical Center Utrecht utilizes Aqua to manage and monitor QA across the radiation therapy department.
Sugar reduction is a major trend—consumers want healthier products, and new government regulations could steer consumers away from added sugars. Of course, consumers still want sweet foods and drinks. How can manufacturers respond?
This webinar will share proprietary insights on:
•Sugar reduction trends across the globe, including consumer preferences in the U.S. and the Asia Pacific region
•How government regulations could affect consumers’ expectations around sugar
•New solutions that address common reduced-sugar formulation challenges
Join us to learn more about taking sugar to new lows.
Business digital transformation has outpaced conventional cyber defenses. Adversaries no longer attack Firewalls or maneuver laterally between systems to wreak havoc on operations, customers and brands. External threats are the root cause for the majority of today’s incidents and breaches. A recent IDG survey revealed that 70% of enterprises have zero to modest confidence in the ability to reduce their digital attack surface. VA scanners, pen testing and systems tools all provide visibility and control of internal assets, but they fail on the vast number of dynamic web systems, web apps and other components connected to a business and are blind to subsidiaries, ecosystem, global and hosted sites, and service providers - all with possible susceptibility. How can SOC and GRC teams gain the active discovery and direct insight needed to respond to exposed external facing exposed assets - even those not under control of IT? Join RiskIQ and (ISC)2 on October 26, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern as we explore how to leverage advanced internet reconnaissance, automation, and mitigation to address mounting digital attack surface gaps.
When considering a transition to SD-WAN, there are several important capabilities needed to suit an enterprise-grade network infrastructure. This webinar will cover critical SD-WAN features and how they translate to common deployment scenarios in different industries.
These features include:
- Overlay capability over MPLS, Broadband and LTE
- Unified and centralized management of the infrastructure
- Network segmentation with per-segment topologies
- Predictable Application SLA with centralized policies and real-time traffic steering
- Mature routing capabilities with BGP, OSPF, VRRP, and IGMP
- Robust zero-trust WAN security
Common mammalian cell lines used for biopharmaceutical production include Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO), NS0 and Human Embryonic Kidney (HEK) cells. Each of these cell lines has been found with over 20,000 genes coded in their genome, which can result in over 10,000 proteins expressed at the same time in these cells. These proteins can be secreted from the living host cells or released to the cell culture supernatant upon lysis of the host cells during the cell culture. Biopharmaceuticals produced using these cell lines can be co-purified with a subset of the host-cell proteins (HCPs) in the cell culture supernatant.
These co-purified HCPs are considered process-related impurities for biopharmaceuticals. The HCPs can cause potential safety risks by introducing anti-HCP response in the patients. Depending on the biological functions of the residual HCPs, other potential impacts reported include lowering the biopharmaceutical protein stability and affecting the efficacy of the biopharmaceutical protein by exacerbating the symptoms.
If you needed to provide reports to management or an auditor to prove that your IT security controls are in place and working, how long would it take you to do that? And, how many different tools would you need to consult? The AlienVault Unified Security Management (USM) platform integrates many of the core security capabilities you need along with built-in reports to help you implement IT security best practice frameworks like the NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), as well as demonstrate compliance with PCI DSS, HIPAA and other regulations.
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Since the introduction of disposables and gaining popularity of Single-use Technology (SUT) for biopharmaceutical manufacturing there is nevertheless an ongoing controversial discussion on the advantages and disadvantages versus a conventional stainless steel environment.
In a “classical” facility design any validation cost effort can easily be distributed to a considerable number of production runs thus contributing only to a non-decisive amount to the overall production costs. The scale for such plant is nearly unlimited as is the scale of operation. The “flexible” approach using disposables and single-use equipment offers significant advantages regarding changeover work and time thus a high throughput of different processes will definitely take profit as any cleaning and related validation and costly analytics doesn’t apply to a larger extent.
Despite the potential benefits loudly advertised by the respective industry, these potential advantages derived from single-use equipment and disposables can be significantly diminished by lack of detailed process cost analysis, missing economic analysis and cost comparison between conventional and SU technologies as well as underestimating the cost of long term dependency on consumables. Due to missing appropriate standards, there is a widely non-compatibility between the equipment and consumables of the various suppliers, resulting in a strong dependence on the consumables of a single supplier once a single-use equipment has been purchased, curiously leaving some customers with surprise that they hardly have any room for price negotiations on the required consumables.
This paper’s focus is on the very different arguments for the application of SU equipment and consumables, including advantages and limitations of SUT, understanding improvement of process robustness, contribution to lean production as well as environmental impact of disposables.
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