Embrace Silos for Faster Insights with PowerEdge and OpenManage

first_imgImagine being excited for a new product and ordering it online for in-store pickup. Surprisingly, the self-pickup kiosk does not have your order ready and you are told to return later. Instead, you go to a competitor.Businesses often lose a competitive edge because of the frustration caused by disconnected data and IT silos. Today, technology innovation across your organization is integral to how you deliver value. According to IDC, by 2023, 50%¹ of GDP will be generated by products and services from digitally transformed enterprises. Digital transformation is not just about investing in new technologies but integrating the technology into operation and tools.The latest announcements from PowerEdge and OpenManage are designed to help your business unleash innovation by delivering a connected experience, rapid enablement and continuous refinement.  Connected experience leads to efficient operationsAccording to IDC, only 10% of data is tagged.² In other words, 90% of data is wasted.The PowerEdge XE7100 server is designed to help organizations embrace data silos and bridge the collaboration gap with a data pipeline that pairs data flow efficiency with leading storage density – support 100 internal hard drives in a standard rack depth 5U server.³ PowerEdge XE7100 has an optimized compute and internal storage ratio to minimize latency and silos. Run data intensive applications with the option of one or two server sleds and a variety of accelerators. It can enhance collaboration and information flow between departments such as supply chain, finance and stores to improve customer satisfaction with accurate order information. – That self-pickup kiosk would have your order ready when you get there. Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 2:12Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -2:12 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsen (Main), selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Caption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Rapid enablement to address business requirements intelligently To win in the digital transformation era, your infrastructure needs to expand seamlessly to address business requirements rapidly. Back to the example we mentioned above, if the new pickup technology was enabled intelligently and had the ability to scale with demand, the customer experience would have been seamless.The Dell EMC OpenManage Systems Management portfolio enables rapid deployment and intelligent server lifecycle automation. When your infrastructure is dynamic, IT becomes an enabler of rapid innovation.Minimize IT burdens with intelligent tools that are adaptive to your environment spanning from edge to hybrid cloud:OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter update hypervisor and firmware in an 8-node PowerEdge cluster in less than 4 minutes4.OpenManage Enterprise scale rapidly and monitor up to 8,000 PowerEdge servers and 3rd party devices remotely.New servers can be discovered in OpenManage Enterprise without an IP scan in less than 60 seconds.5The OpenManage FlexSelect pluggable architecture enables native integration and provides ultimate flexibility to reduce the learning curve:On the OpenManage Enterprise console, you can flexibly enable needed functionalities as plugins from Power Manager, SupportAssist and Update Manager.6For ServiceNow users, the OpenManage Integration with ServiceNow reduces IT silos by connecting server management to the broader operation needs from the ServiceNow console.center_img Continuous refinement for a path to build agile business and infrastructure Hidden data is your secret weapon. Uncover the insights to make your infrastructure and business more responsive and agile.PowerEdge XE7100 can store and process more data to refine your business, so you can respond rapidly to competitive changes in the marketplace. More data means you can improve accuracy to unleash powerful insight-driven innovation that matches your target customer needs.Your infrastructure also has insights – iDRAC9 streams over 180 server telemetry metrics for proactive monitoring. By analyzing and visualizing the data, customers can uncover hidden insights between seemingly unrelated events for predictive management. Proactively fine tune your infrastructure by identifying performance bottlenecks which helps you minimize potential downtime. One of the use cases is to improve data center security – monitoring unusual user login activity or physical intrusion events on your servers, so you can take action rapidly.See us virtually at the Dell Technologies World experience on October 21st and 22nd. Join us to discuss how the PowerEdge XE7100 can help you embrace data silos and how to leverage streaming data from iDRAC9 to gain deep datacenter insights. You can also learn more about the latest OpenManage capabilities at the Master Class webinar.¹ IDC The Future of Digital Innovation, DOC #US45720719 , January 2020² IDC What Do You Really Know About Your Data?, DOC #DR2020_T5_MM , March 2020​³ Based on Dell analysis, April 2020, The industry’s first standard rack depth 5U Server with support for 100 internal hard drives. AD# G20000114​4 New VMware vSphere 7.0 features reduced the time and complexity of routine update and hardware compliance tasks, Principled Technologies report, August 20205 Boost data center staff productivity with OpenManage Enterprise, Principled Technologies report, AD# # G200000656 OpenManage Enterprise Update Manager target available in Q4, 2020last_img read more

CUNA mobilizes grassroots Action Alert to support Senate data breach bill

first_imgCUNA is alerting its national grassroots action network, strongly urging credit union employees, volunteers and members to contact their senators to express support for the Data Security Act of 2015 (S. 961).CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle calls the bill the best attempt so far at legislation to stop merchant data breaches.S. 961 would strengthen merchant data security standards to be comparable with those of credit unions and mandate a federal notification requirement for merchants when breaches occur.The bill also provides a floor for data security standards nationwide and also includes the important provision to exclude financial institutions from the requirements as they are already subject to rigorous standards under the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act. It was introduced April 15 by Sens. Tom Carper (D-Del.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.). continue reading » 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Roma test oxygen and temperature

first_img The training will resume in earnest tomorrow, although in the absence of a medical protocol agreed with the FIGC and Government, they are currently only running around the pitches. “We have worked closely with experts from the Biomedical Campus, to have as much information as possible available to us about how to try to prevent any spread of Covid-19, and to understand how to implement those measures at our training centre,” Chief Global Sporting Officer Manolo Zubiria told the club website. “As a result we have worked on a precisely detailed protocol, one that has also been approved by Regione Lazio, the local authority. “There are three stations set up to measure the temperature and oxygen levels of anyone entering the complex, with one station dedicated exclusively for the use of players and coaching staff. Over the last couple of days we have begun with some medical assessments, without having any of the players come into contact with each other.” Players are split into small groups, which will alternate in three shifts, leaving only four players on each training pitch. “There will be more than 10 metres between each of the players. In terms of the workload, it will predominantly be athletic work, with some ball-work to regain a feel for the game. Staff on the pitches will all wear masks. “The players will arrive wearing masks, which they will keep on up until the start of the training session. They will have their temperature measured, oxygen levels recorded via pulse oximetry and then will also complete a Covid-19 specific health questionnaire. “They will then go to their individual rooms, where they will be able to change and then head directly to the training pitch – because the dressing rooms and other common areas will be kept closed. “Pitchside the players will find their boots, along with all the fluids they will need throughout the session. At the end of training, they will leave the pitch one at a time and return to their rooms – where they will be able to take a shower and leave all the materials they have used during the course of the training session in a bag that they will have to seal up.” read also:Roma: ‘Ban on training incomprehensible’ If a player arrives at Trigoria and his temperature is elevated, he’ll be put in an isolation room and checked again. “Our physiotherapists will all have to wear one-use protective equipment; including masks, gloves and protective eyewear. All of them will work in a well-ventilated space, and we will never have two physiotherapists working at the same time in the same area.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Roma outlined the extent of the precautions they are taking to protect players and staff from COVID-19 after their return to work, including temperature and oxygen checks at the door. Promoted ContentMesmerizing Wedding Looks From Different Countries7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?last_img read more

Dorothea Thompson, 93, Oxford: April 9, 1920 – Feb. 26, 2014

first_imgDorothea ThompsonDorothea Thompson, 93, of Oxford, died February 26, 2014, at the Riverview Manor in Oxford.Graveside Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, March 1, 2014 at the Oxford Cemetery. Visitation will be held Friday, February 28, 2014 from 3 until 8 p.m. A memorial has been established with the Oxford United Methodist Church and may be left with Oxford Funeral Service. For further information or to leave a condolence please visit www.oxfordfuneralservice.com.Dorothea was born the daughter of Donald and Edith (Shriver) Nixon on April 9, 1920 in Oxford, Kansas. She graduated from Oxford High School in 1940. Dorothea was united in marriage to Donald Thompson on February 17, 1941 in Greensburg, KS. Dorothea was a farm wife who enjoyed sewing, gardening, bird watching and was very happy to just sit and watch wildlife. She was a member of the Merry Makers Club in Kellogg. Dorothea loved spending time with her family.Survivors include her daughter Connie Morris and husband Butch of Oxford, KS, three grandchildren; Shawn Morris and wife Tammy of Oxford, Shayne Morris of Augusta, KS and Dawn Lee Anne Adams and her four children; and great grandchildren, Cody Morris and wife Shantel of Oxford, Josie Morris of Oxford, Kyle Morris and Sarena Seal both of Augusta, KS and Ellen Brackeen, great great-grandchildren, Brilea Bailey and Tatum Morris.Dorothea was preceded in death by her husband, parents, son, Donnie L. Thompson and grandson, James R. Thompson, one brother and one sister.Âlast_img read more

NFL owners approve expanded use of instant replay to review pass interference calls

first_imgMark Maske | The Washington PostPHOENIX – NFL owners took a major and somewhat unexpected step Tuesday to expand instant replay as an officiating tool and address the gaffe that denied the New Orleans Saints a spot in this past season’s Super Bowl.Owners voted, 31-1, to make pass interference reviewable by replay. Interference calls and noncalls by officials can be reviewed after a coach’s challenge in the first 28 minutes of each half and by booth review in the final two minutes of each …last_img read more

Ky Bowman to make G League debut Friday as Warriors eye two-way contract limits

first_imgWarriors’ two-way contract guard Ky Bowman has been assigned to the G League and will not travel with Golden State for Friday’s game in Utah. The move is aimed at maintaining Bowman’s few remaining days of NBA eligibility.Having already used 32 of the 45 days of NBA service allotted to two-way contract players, Bowman will play for the Santa Cruz Warriors in Friday’s game against Agua Caliente Clippers at Kaiser Permanente Arena. Not traveling with the team will save him up to three days.The …last_img read more

British public broadcaster the BBC has promoted We

first_imgBritish public broadcaster the BBC has promoted Wendy Darke as head of its Natural History Unit. This follows the departure of Andrew Jackson, who has joined international factual broadcaster Discovery in a global production role.Darke has worked at the unit for 20 years and has produced big budget factual series including Big Cat Diary, Wild and Dangerous and Natural Born Hunters. She also created kids series Deadly 60 for CBBC.She will work closely with NHU creative director Mike Gunton and controller of factual production Tom Archer.“There are some exciting challenges ahead and I look forward to seeing the NHU broaden its range of quality output whilst maintaining its reputation as number one in the world in natural history landmark production,” said Darke.last_img read more

Financial analysts have said the cost of Scripps N

first_imgFinancial analysts have said the cost of Scripps Networks International’s deal for TVN could rise to US$2 billion (€1.89 billion) if it moves for the outstanding shares in the Polish broadcast group.Having bought 52.7% of TVN, SNI is required by Polish law to move for an additional 13% of its stock, and has the option to tender for more.Including the assumption of US$882 million of TVN debt, the €584 million (US$615 million) deal for TVN will increase SNI’s debt load by about US$1.5 billion, according to Moody’s. The credit ratings agency has SNI on review for downgrade in the wake of the deal.“While Moody’s recognises the strategic rationale of the transaction and with a significantly strong dollar, the timing of the acquisition makes sense, the adverse impact from the incremental debt will lead to a level of deterioration in SNI’s credit metrics,” it said.Moody’s added that on current financial performance, Scripps does have the ability to pay down debt.Scripps has been aggressively expanding internationally. As well as the TVN deal, it is reportedly looking to take full control of the UKTV digital channels group.In the US, it is also expected to move this year for cabler Cox’s 35% stake in Travel Channel. It bought 65% of the cable net from Cox in late 2009.last_img read more

Study finds neuromelaninsensitive MRI as potential biomarker for psychosis

first_img Source:https://www.nimh.nih.gov/ Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)Feb 18 2019Researchers have shown that a type of magnetic resonance imaging — called neuromelanin-sensitive MRI (NM-MRI) — is a potential biomarker for psychosis. NM-MRI signal was found to be a marker of dopamine function in people with schizophrenia and an indicator of the severity of psychotic symptoms in people with this mental illness. The study, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), part of the National Institutes of Health, appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.”Disturbances affecting the neurotransmitter dopamine are associated with a host of mental and neurological disorders, such as schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease,” said Joshua A. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., director of NIMH. “Because of the role dopamine plays in these disorders, the ability to measure dopamine activity is critical for furthering our understanding of these disorders, including how to best diagnose and treat them.”Neuromelanin is a dark pigment created within dopamine neurons of the midbrain — particularly in the substantia nigra, a brain area that plays a role in reward and movement. Neuromelanin accumulates over the lifespan and is only cleared away from cells following cell death, as occurs in neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Researchers have found that NM-MRI signal is lower in the substantia nigra of people with Parkinson’s disease, reflecting the cell death that occurs in these patients.Despite the utility of this tool for detecting neuron loss in neurodegenerative illnesses, NM-MRI had not yet been shown to provide a marker of dopamine function, nor had its utility been demonstrated in individuals without neurodegenerative illnesses. In this study, Guillermo Horga, M.D., Ph.D., of Columbia University, New York, and colleagues conducted a series of validation studies to show that NM-MRI can serve as a marker of dopamine function in individuals without neurodegenerative disorders.”The main advantages of this technique are that, compared to other established and more direct measures of dopamine function, neuromelanin-sensitive MRI does not involve radiation or invasive procedures,” said Dr. Horga. “This advantage makes it more suitable for pediatric populations and for repeated scanning, which could be useful to monitor the progression of illness or response to treatment — and it only takes a short scan that could be implemented in most clinical scanners. It also affords a very high anatomical resolution compared with PET measures, which is important to examine functions or dysfunctions of specific parts of the substantia nigra.”The researchers first set out to determine whether NM-MRI could accurately detect regional variations in the concentration of neuromelanin in those without neurodegeneration of the substantia nigra. To examine the detection ability of NM-MRI, the researchers compared NM-MRI measurements of neuromelanin to chemical measurements of neuromelanin in post-mortem brain tissue. The researchers found, across all sections of tissue, that higher NM-MRI signal was associated with higher concentrations of neuromelanin. The results confirm, for the first time, the ability of NM-MRI to measure regional concentrations of neuromelanin. Furthermore, the results show that NM-MRI signal reflects concentrations of neuromelanin in tissue, rather than just the number of neuromelanin-containing neurons.Related StoriesTargeted treatment offers symptom relief for patients with psychosisResearch on cannabis use in women limited, finds new studyNew machine-learning method more precisely quantifies a known indicator for psychosisThe researchers next sought to determine whether NM-MRI could capture variations in neuromelanin in smaller anatomical subregions within the substantia nigra. Since dopamine function is thought to differ significantly in different parts of the substantia nigra, researchers needed to determine the ability of this tool to capture these anatomical differences. So, the researchers examined NM-MRI data from patients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and individuals without Parkinson’s disease. The researchers found decreases in NM-MRI signal in those with Parkinson’s disease in the lateral, posterior, and ventral areas of the substantia nigra — findings that correspond to the known anatomical distribution of cell loss in this brain area in Parkinson’s disease. These results confirm that NM-MRI can capture known topographical variability within this brain structure.A next critical step was to show a connection between NM-MRI and dopamine function. The researchers collected measurements of dopamine release capacity (as measured using positron emission tomography (PET)) and NM-MRI data from people without neurodegenerative illnesses. Individuals with a higher NM-MRI signal had greater dopamine release capacity in the striatum (a core component of reward, motor, and cognitive systems). The researchers also found that NM-MRI signal in the substantia nigra was associated with functional MRI measures of regional cerebral blood flow.Lastly, the researchers examined the link between NM-MRI signal and psychosis severity, finding that more severe symptoms of psychosis were associated with higher NM-MRI signals in the nigrostriatal pathway of individuals with schizophrenia and in those at-risk for schizophrenia. Psychosis is associated with dopamine system dysfunction, characterized by greater dopamine release and synthesis capacity in the striatum. The findings suggest that NM-MRI is capturing this dopamine dysfunction, supporting the role of NM-MRI as a potential biomarker for psychosis.The findings reported in this study, taken together, validate the use of NM-MRI in populations beyond those with neurodegenerative disorders, showing it can serve as a measure of neuromelanin concentration and dopamine function in the substantia nigra.In describing the future directions of their research, Dr. Horga said, “We are now extending this work to see if we can detect abnormalities in neuromelanin signal that help us predict which individuals are more likely to develop a psychotic disorder among those who already show early symptoms of psychosis. We are also interested in exploring whether neuromelanin-sensitive MRI could be used in the future to determine who might best benefit from dopaminergic treatments.”last_img read more

HORIBA Medical introduces DDimer reagent for Yumizen G hemostasis range

first_img Source:http://www.horiba.com/uk/medical/news-events/news/article/horiba-medical-launches-d-dimer-reagent-for-yumizen-g-haemostasis-range-59415/ Mar 25 2019HORIBA UK Ltd, Medical announces the launch of a D-Dimer parameter for its Yumizen G hemostasis range of instruments. The new Yumizen GDDi 2 (D-Dimer) reagent kit is now available for HORIBA Medical’s hemostasis instrument range which includes the compact Yumizen G200 coagulation analyzer (pictured).Related StoriesHORIBA Medical’s new HELO fully automated hematology platform installed at Torbay HospitalStudies show HORIBA’s new hematology analyzer improves POCT and care of oncology patientsHORIBA Medical introduces new Yumizen G range to extend Hematology portfolioThe new Yumizen G DDi 2 (D-Dimer) reagent kit offers a key measurement and reference exclusion test for the diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE). It can also be used for monitoring the progress and effectiveness of treatment of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC).HORIBA Medical’s new D-Dimer reagent kit is available for its full range of coagulation instruments which covers the needs of any laboratory. The dedicated hemostasis portfolio includes the fully automatic Yumizen G800, Yumizen G1500, and Yumizen G1550, as well as semi-automatic Yumizen G200 and Yumizen G400 analyzers. Using antibody-coated latex particles and measured via the immuno-turbidimetric channels of these Yumizen G instruments, the new reagent kit delivers D-Dimer results consistency across the range.The D-Dimer assay when used on very compact coagulation screening platforms such as the Yumizen G400DDi and Yumizen G200, which also have combined immuno-turbidimetric and chromogenic assay capabilities, is particularly ideal for small laboratories, hot labs and as a backup.On these semi-automatic systems, the Yumizen G DDi 2 reagent kit offers an innovative combination of immuno-turbidimetric test capability and pre-calibrated ready-to-use reagent.Offering a cost-efficient solution, the new assay minimizes preparation time due to its ready-to-use liquid format. Furthermore, as the reagent is pre-calibrated it removes the need for a costly and time-consuming calibration step. Its high stability and optimized volume packaging also avoids wastage.HORIBA Medical’s new D-Dimer test kit is fully compliant with Gold Standard performances, having a Negative Predictive Value of 99% and an absence of hook effect up to 25 µg FEU/ml. It also offers slope check and post dilution function on both fully automatic and semi-automatic systems with a cut-off value at 0.5 µg FEU/ml.last_img read more