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          Danish love of gathering big data and the gender wage gap      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
“Mothers in Denmark Are Less Productive at Work, Study Finds, Partially Explaining Gender-Wage Gap” (WSJ) looks at an analysis of a comprehensive data set on Danish workers: Young mothers are less productive at work than their male counterparts and women without children, according to a new study of Danish workers, a finding with important implications […]
          Bioinformatics Support Engineer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £31,250 - £38,100 a year
From Quadram Institute - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 15:38:26 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Bioinformatics Scientific Programmer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £39,150 - £47,850 a year
From Quadram Institute - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 21:38:41 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Big Data/Cloud Engineer (AWS) - Interac - Toronto, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You have experience with Linux and UNIX administration. You’ll be responsible for provisioning, managing and operating Big Data solutions on the AWS platform....
From Interac - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 07:15:35 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Investigative Reporter Jack Gillum to Cover Tech for ProPublica      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ProPublica announced today that Jack Gillum is joining its staff as a senior reporter covering technology and the ways algorithms, big data and social media platforms impact civil rights. He starts on July 30.

Gillum comes to ProPublica from The Washington Post, where he was part of the investigative team for the past year digging into topics ranging from mismanaged taxpayer funds to troubled relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

Prior to the Post, Gillum was a reporter in the D.C. investigative unit at The Associated Press. During his six years there, he broke stories on the existence and location of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, as well as a secretive, U.S.-backed “Cuban Twitter” program that mined subscriber data for political purposes. He was also the recipient of the John L. Dougherty Award for exemplary work by an AP staff member under the age of 30.

Gillum began his career as a business reporter and database specialist at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, his hometown, covering technology and aerospace firms. Later as a database editor for USA Today, Gillum helped expose rampant cheating in D.C.’s public school system under then-chancellor Michelle Rhee for the paper’s “Testing the System” series, which won an Education Writers Association Award.

“Time and again, Jack has proven to be a formidable reporter with the tenacity and skill set to do some of the industry’s most ambitious journalism,” said ProPublica managing editor Robin Fields. “We’re confident he’ll be a great addition to our newsroom as we advance our coverage of technology and its impact on our lives.”

“Technology’s underlying moral and civil rights issues stand to be one of the most important stories of our time,” said Gillum. “I’m thrilled to be joining such a talented newsroom of investigative reporters and editors who have already begun exposing areas of algorithmic injustice.”


          How to build a business architecture for your big data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Architectural decisions for big data go far beyond hardware, software, and networks. Companies must also build a foundation that allows the right entry points to data that supports the business.
          Big game, big data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

In the Kenyan savannah, conservationists have joined forces with large tech companies in a bid to protect elephants from poachers. It’s just one way in which big data is being used to save threatened species, discovers Gavin Haines

The post Big game, big data appeared first on Positive News.


          Manager, Advertiser Analytics - Cardlytics - Atlanta, GA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The big picture 1,500 banks. 120 million customers. 20 billion transactions per year. If you’re looking for big data, you found it. Cardlytics helps...
From Cardlytics - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 14:35:01 GMT - View all Atlanta, GA jobs
          Senior Spark Engineer - Cardlytics - Atlanta, GA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Big Picture There are many powerful big data tools available to help process lots and lots of data, sometime in real- or near real-time, but well...
From Cardlytics - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 18:44:44 GMT - View all Atlanta, GA jobs
          Data Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
At tajawal is looking for an experienced Data Engineer who is passionate about all things related to Big Data and loves building real-time data processing platforms The mission (more) p Login for more job information and to Apply
          Big Data Solution Architects      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Combining unmatched experience and specialised skills across more than 40 industries and all business functions&mdashunderpinned by the world&rsquos largest delivery network&mdashAccenture (more) p Login for more job information and to Apply
          BI Development Manager - Nintendo of America Inc. - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Legacy DW transformation to Big Data experience is a plus. BI Development Manager (180000003K)....
From Nintendo - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 23:15:12 GMT - View all Redmond, WA jobs
          Big Data Developer (Spark and Scala) - Diverse Lynx - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Role Description: 5+ years of software engineering background. 2+ Development experience in Big Data technologies Spark and Scala. (If a candidate has good...
From Diverse Lynx - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 03:33:53 GMT - View all Redmond, WA jobs
          Judging teaching based on "big data"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The Gates Foundation set up a system of judging teaching based on "big data", which many states have employed for judging individual teachers. The system led to inconsistent results, on which teachers were fired.

An independent study found that the system's results are meaningless.

          Software Engineer II / Big Data - Parsons - Columbia, MD      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Are you innovative? Love manipulating and creating visualizations for Big Data? Desire to have direct impact to missions? Then come join our Integrated Data...
From Parsons Corporation - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 19:20:42 GMT - View all Columbia, MD jobs
          Developer, Integration - Mosaic North America - Jacksonville, FL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Design and deliver Microsoft Azure Platform solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) in a big data context with Enterprise level...
From Mosaic North America - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:27:37 GMT - View all Jacksonville, FL jobs
          Big Data in Financial Services Market 2018 – 2030 Investments, Strategies, Key Companies and Future Trends: Radiant Insights, Inc      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Premier Field Engineer -Azure Big Data - Microsoft - United States      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Excellent Customer Service and business enablement skills. Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information System, Math, Engineering, Business, or...
From Microsoft - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 01:21:02 GMT - View all United States jobs
          Sportradar Sells Minority Stake to North American Investors      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
<!– Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Finance –> By Jen Booton / July 10, 2018 Jen Booton, 8 hours ago 3 min read   Sportradar, the European data giant that has deals with the NBA and other professional sports leagues, …
          Prevent Hackers From Turning Your Business Into The Next Big Data Breach      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Windows comes with this software built-in … Hopefully it doesn’t happen to you, but sometimes employees add their personal email account or phone number to company accounts with the intention of usi…
          Software Engineer II / Big Data - Parsons - Columbia, MD      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Are you innovative? Love manipulating and creating visualizations for Big Data? Desire to have direct impact to missions? Then come join our Integrated Data...
From Parsons Corporation - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 19:20:42 GMT - View all Columbia, MD jobs
          Big Data Strategist, eCommerce Analytics - DELL - Round Rock, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Why Work at Dell? Dell is an equal opportunity employer. Strong presentation, leadership, business influence, and project management skills....
From Dell - Fri, 30 Mar 2018 11:08:53 GMT - View all Round Rock, TX jobs
          5 Artificial Intelligence Business Lessons From The Masters | AI & Big Data - Forbes Now      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The big data and analytics market continues to morph as Artificial Intelligence (AI) fields, such as machine learning and deep learning, provide new ways to generate business insights, as Forbes Now reports. 
 
 
O’Reillys recent set of Strata Data conferences showcased how AI technologies are changing what companies can do with data across a wide range of industries. Here are four themes from Strata Data that universally apply across various industries and company sizes.

1. Both humans and machines are needed to deliver the best result.

Pinterest's VP of Engineering, Li Wan, shared the challenges and opportunities of creating a visual discovery engine. Wan described the challenges with naming an image while also understanding what’s in it and the style behind the image. Correctly defining image attributes is crucial for delivering a successful user experience. For example, a living room has multiple items in it. The company uses computer vision technology to break down the image, understand the objects within the picture and recommend similar things for you to consider.

Since there are 100 billion pins in the database, Pinterest can’t rank every pin for every user in real time. To accomplish this herculean feat, Pinterest uses a graph-based recommendation engine that filters the candidate recommendations for every user. It uses machine models to predict the engagement level of a Pinterest user to a pin and the relevance of pin for a user. It sounds like a simple classification problem, but the system not only has to detect an item, such as a chair, within millions of images. Additionally, the AI system has to understand the style of the object, requiring Pinterest to create feature vectors to help recommend an image based on a user’s style. Where does the human element come in? Data specialists clean, validate and label the data. 
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Source: Forbes Now

          て以来 (teirai)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
て以来 (teirai)

    Meaning: since; ever since; from here on
    Example: Ever since graduation, I haven't met with any of my classmates.

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  Notes:  
「Aて以来、B」: B should be a continuous action, current circumstances, or a habit.

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Vて + 以来


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  • shouldn't that be 'has changed bit by bit', otherwise it would be 変わってきている...でしょう?
    (contributor: Snake)
  • You are right!
    (contributor: bamboo4)
  • Also something to note: The final sentence doesn't have to be in past tense. Ex: 卒業して以来、クラスメートに会ってない。 (contributor: S)
  • Not sure what you're getting at, S. 会っていない isn't past tense, and "haven't met" is present perfect tense. ?_? (contributor: rubyhatchet)
  • Are you sure about the meaning of バラバラ in ex #6222 ?
    I have only ever heard it used to imply a slightly more negative meaning of "scattered, all over the place"... The dictionary even gives me "in pieces", which would turn that sentence's meaning upside down. (contributor: drdave)
  • Hey Dr Dave バラ is the word for rose。 the kanji after it is the kanji for いろ or color. the kanji that duplicates the first sound as in
    ”いろいろ” is 々.  色々 or 時々 or 様々.
    but バラバラ is a 擬音 or sound effect thats used to represent a word an action etc...

    other good examples are.
    どきどき = 緊張する
    むしむし = hot and humid
    チンする = Eating a microwave dinner
    ワワする = 込んでいる or 煩いところ
    さらさら = rustling; murmuring; fluently
    パンパン = 腫れている、Swollen
    ふわふわ = I am not sure exactly what this means, but 変態な意味かも so be careful using it
    フーア = 急にとか、驚いたとか

    I know there are more, but thats all I can think of now.

    If you want to sound natural when speaking japanese. By all means learn the 擬音

    (contributor: tigert)
  • tigert... Oh my, I am so sorry. Indeed, I went over that way faster than I should have and I guess my mind got all confused between each kanji in: 色々... Hence my stupidly reading バラ々 instead of バラ色...
    Completely disregard my comment above. I promise I'll be less prompt to chirp in idiocies next time.

    Regarding 擬音: I absolutely love them. So much so, in fact, that I did compile a small list once: http://unknowngenius.com/blog/archives/2005/07/27/pikapika-dorodoro-barabara-buriburi-punpun-wanwan/
    (contributor: drdave)
  • For tirgert: ふわふわ is translated as 'fluffy', it's used in the title of one of the cuter K-On! anime songs, "Fuwafuwa Time". I've seen ふわ used in manga for a yawn, and ふわふわ for a very long yawn. But your point about 変態な意味かも is well taken. (contributor: Dogbreathsan)

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          Big Data Architect - peritus Inc - Oregon, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Java, Scala, Python. Experience in using Python, Java or any other language to solving data problems. Data cleanup, ETL, ELT and handling scalability issues for... $65 - $70 an hour
From Indeed - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 13:44:30 GMT - View all Oregon, OH jobs
          Mid Level Big Data Developer and Architect - Peritus Inc. - Oregon, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Java, Scala, Python. Experience in using Python, Java or any other language to solving data problems. Data cleanup, ETL, ELT and handling scalability issues for... $55 - $60 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 18:22:36 GMT - View all Oregon, OH jobs
          Software Developer Lead - Big Data - Progressive - Mayfield Village, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
2+ years developing applications in a Hadoop environment utilizing Java. Software Developer Lead - Big Data....
From Progressive - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 15:39:31 GMT - View all Mayfield Village, OH jobs
          Bioinformatics Support Engineer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £31,250 - £38,100 a year
From Quadram Institute - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 15:38:26 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Bioinformatics Scientific Programmer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £39,150 - £47,850 a year
From Quadram Institute - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 21:38:41 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Sviluppatori Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Philmark Informatica Spa
          Developer, Integration - Mosaic North America - Jacksonville, FL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Design and deliver Microsoft Azure Platform solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) in a big data context with Enterprise level...
From Mosaic North America - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:27:37 GMT - View all Jacksonville, FL jobs
          Big Data (Hadoop) Administrator - Elite Technical Services, Inc. - Reston, VA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hands-on experience supporting code deployments (Spark, Hive, Ab Initio, etc.). Elite Technical is seeking 2 (two) Big Data Administrators with proven past...
From Elite Technical Services, Inc. - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:12:01 GMT - View all Reston, VA jobs
          Cloud Big Data Developer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NC-Charlotte, job summary: Duties and Responsibilities: • Provides intermediate level system analysis, design, development, and implementation of Big Data Analytic applications on AWS. Integrates third party products. • Translates technical specifications, and/or logical and physical design into code for new or enhancement projects for internal clients. Develops code and test artifacts that reuse subroutines or
          Developer (ADMIN BIG DATA) – Constantia Kloof – Gauteng - Praesignis - Randburg, Gauteng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chef Elastic Search/ Logstash/Kibana1-. Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading...
From Praesignis - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:50:47 GMT - View all Randburg, Gauteng jobs
          Remote Big Data Systems Administrator      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A software company has an open position for a Remote Big Data Systems Administrator. Individual must be able to fulfill the following responsibilities: Administer, install and support many databases Manage and support several Hadoop clusters Perform installation and support for O/S Virtualization software Qualifications Include: Computer Science, Software Engineering, or Engineering-related degree Minimum of 3 years of experience in the field Knowledge of software design principles, operating system design and database systems and concepts Knowledge of networking; Ethernet and TCP/ IP, routing and DNS, etc. Knowledge of UNIX, Windows shell scripting and all company-required technologies Ability to code and Automate routine infrastructure tasks using Devops tool chain
          New CTIO at HIMSS is excited about big data streaming, open-source and noSQL databases      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
New CTIO at HIMSS is excited about big data streaming, open-source and noSQL databases
          Data Analytics challenges in the real world      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Happy Friday ! A short insightful video from McKinsey about are the challenges for businesses with data analytics and what to make of it ? Big data challenges: volume, velocity & variety and also determining which data to use: defining your measurement strategy, broaden your methodology to include external data such as competitive data, markets […]

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          Big Data Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
CA-Concord, Diversant is seeking a Big Data Engineer for a long term opportunity for our Fortune 100 client in Concord, CA Details include: Big Data Engineer Concord, CA 24 months OPT/CPT candidates will not be considered at this time. Key Responsibilities: Big Data Engineer * 2+ years of Python/Pyspark experience * 5 + years' experience with Scala, Hadoop and Kafka. * Strong communication skills. Please cont
          Multi-cloud and Big Data Services are the Key Accelerators of the Latin American IT Business in 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Real-time data analytics solutions gain relevance as end users implement more next-generation technologies, finds Frost & Sullivan SÃO PAULO, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Companies in Latin America are shifting focus from technology spending to optimally employing digital...



          Chinese Commercial Giant Suning Signs Strategic Partnership with German Powerhouse SAP SE      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

BERLIN, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Two of China and Germany's biggest enterprises, Suning Holdings Group and SAP SE, have signed a strategic partnership that will see the two firms jointly conduct advanced research in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data,...



          ZenFone 5Z de ASUS: especificaciones y precio      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

ASUS ha lanzado en España el ZenFone 5Z, un smartphone tope de gama que mantiene todas las claves de diseño de la línea “Zen” que la compañía taiwanesa viene utilizando tanto en sus PCs (portátiles y todo en uno) como en sus dispositivos móviles. El ZenFone 5Z está terminado en metal (marco) y cristal en sus dos caras. Esto se traduce en un acabado premium que lo coloca a la altura de los jugadores más importantes del sector smartphone. Sus líneas redondeadas y la muesca ubicada en la parte superior de la pantalla confirman que ASUS ha seguido las tendencias de la industria. En la parte trasera tenemos un lector de huellas dactilares y una configuración de doble cámara en vertical. Alto rendimiento a un precio competitivo El sector smartphone se ha convertido en un mercado muy complicado donde los principales vendedores tienen que hacer cada vez más esfuerzos por diferenciarse y atraer la atención de los consumidores, una realidad a la que ASUS ha sabido hacer frente con el ZenFone 5Z apostando por cuidar al máximo la relación calidad-precio del terminal. Como hemos anticipado en el párrafo anterior este smartphone tiene un acabado premium, y sus especificaciones no desentonan en absoluto ya que cuenta con: Pantalla: Super IPS+ de 6,2 pulgadas con formato 19:9. Resolución: 2.246 x 1080 píxeles. Chipset: Snapdragon 845. CPU: 8 núcleos Kryo 300. GPU: Adreno 630. RAM: 8 GB de LPDDR4X. Almacenamiento: 256 GB (tipo UFS 2.1) ampliable mediante tarjetas microSD. Cámaras: doble cámara trasera de 12 MP con sensor Sony IMX363 y 8 MP. Frontal de 8 MP con tecnología PixelMaster. Conectividad: 4G LTE, NFC, WiFi AC, Bluetooth, jack de 3,5 mm y USB Type-C. Dimensiones: 153 x 75,65 x 7,7 mm. Peso: 165 g. Batería: 3.300 mAh. Sistema Operativo: Android 8 Oreo con la capa de personalización ZenUI 5.0. Otros: lector de huellas dactilares, recarga rápida, sistema de sonido con amplificadores Smart NXP y sonido virtual 7.1 para auriculares. Precio: 599 euros. Un terminal muy completo y con unas especificaciones de primera, de eso no hay duda. Haciendo un balance de lo que ofrece el ZenFone 5Z y lo que podemos encontrar en el mercado por menos de 600 euros podemos decir que estamos ante uno de los mejores modelos que existen actualmente en relación calidad-precio. Gracias al SoC Snapdragon 845 y a sus 8 GB de memoria RAM este terminal está preparado para ofrecer un excelente rendimiento y para aguantar sin problemas el paso del tiempo, pero ASUS no se ha limitado a tirar de potencia bruta para convertirlo en una solución interesante. Inteligencia artificial aplicada a la cámara La inteligencia artificial aplicada a smartphones se ha convertido en uno de los avances más importantes. Ya hemos visto que esta tecnología puede ayudar a mejorar muchos de los aspectos de un smartphone, entre los que se encuentran el rendimiento general del sistema, la respuesta del mismo y las capacidades de determinados componentes, como las cámaras. ASUS ha aprovechado esta realidad y ha introducido algoritmos avanzados de inteligencia artificial en el ZenFone 5Z para dar un impulso importante a sus capacidades fotográficas, ofreciendo una experiencia única y totalmente personalizada. AI Scene Detection: esta función analiza al sujeto y lo contrasta con 16 tipos de escena, optimizando la configuración de cámara para escenas que van desde puestas de sol a fotos de mascotas. Esto consigue mejorar de forma notable el resultado final de la imagen y se apoya tanto en sistemas de inteligencia artificial como en análisis de Big Data para mejorar continuamente la detección de escenas. Retrato en tiempo real: el ZenFone 5Z permite tomar primeros planos de personas y objetos de gran calidad. Esta función mantiene al sujeto enfocado, y partiendo de información recabada tras el análisis del mismo dota al fondo de la característica profundidad denominada efecto “bokeh”. El modo retrato en tiempo real utiliza ambas cámaras simultáneamente para conseguir retratos artísticos que realzan el sujeto y dotan a las fotos de una profundidad de alta calidad. Modo Pro: el Modo Pro permite controlar manualmente todas las funciones de cámara, incluyendo el balance de blancos, los tiempos de exposición, el enfoque, los valores ISO y las velocidades del obturador que van de 1/10.000 hasta los 32 segundos. Soporta el formato RAW, por lo que el Zenfone 5Z es una buena opción para editar las fotografías con software profesional. El ZenFone 5Z ya está disponible a través de la tienda oficial de ASUS.

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          Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 24.3% to reach US$ 991,562.0 Mn by 2026      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 24.3% to reach US$ 991,562.0 Mn by 2026 Deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) in industries to modernize manufacturing processes is referred to as Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). IIoT incorporates machine learning, Big Data technology, and machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, adopting the sensor data and automation technologies that

          Senior Developer / Development Architect for Cloud projects for SAP Innovative Business Solutio - SAP - Walldorf      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We make innovation real by using the latest technologies around the Internet of Things, blockchain, artificial intelligence / machine learning, and big data and...
Gefunden bei SAP - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 11:35:17 GMT - Zeige alle Walldorf Jobs
          SENIOR CONSULTANT BIG DATA (M/W) - ADWEKO Consulting - Walldorf      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ADWEKO ist ein führendes Beratungshaus für analytische Lösungen bei Banken und Versicherungen. Unser Portfolio deckt Beratungsleistungen, Managed-Service...
Gefunden bei ADWEKO Consulting - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 10:27:48 GMT - Zeige alle Walldorf Jobs
          Developer (ADMIN BIG DATA) – Constantia Kloof – Gauteng - Praesignis - Randburg, Gauteng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chef Elastic Search/ Logstash/Kibana1-. Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading...
From Praesignis - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:50:47 GMT - View all Randburg, Gauteng jobs
          Revue de presse      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

La revue de presse hebdomadaire des technologies Big Data, DevOps et Web, architectures Java et mobilité dans des environnements agiles, proposée par Xebia. Objets connectés 5G, en route vers un monde entièrement numérique Front Rx : visualisez vos propres Observables Back Comment enseigner le DDD ? Scala 2.12.6 est sorti DevOps Google annonce et publie...

L’article Revue de presse est apparu en premier sur Blog Xebia - Expertise Technologique & Méthodes Agiles.


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La revue de presse hebdomadaire des technologies Big Data, DevOps et Web, architectures Java et mobilité dans des environnements agiles, proposée par Xebia.   Front Sortie de create-react-app v1.0.0 Est-ce que la transpilation est encore nécéssaire ? DevOps CoreOS annoncent zetcd Le projet CNI (Container Networking Interface) rejoint la CNCF Google, IBM et Lyft annoncent Istio...

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La revue de presse hebdomadaire des technologies Big Data, DevOps et Web, architectures Java et mobilité dans des environnements agiles, proposée par Xebia. IoT Google lance un SDK pour Google Assistant  Front React Sketch.app Data Google met à jour Google Maps avec du Deep Learning DevOps Spotify partagent leur gestion des évènements Rancher annoncent Longhorn IoT...

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La revue de presse hebdomadaire des technologies Big Data, DevOps et Web, architectures Java et mobilité dans des environnements agiles, proposée par Xebia. Craftsmanship NodeJS – Retour d’expérience après 1 an Front Nouveau plugin Vue.js proposé par JetBrains DevOps Une nouvelle formation dédiée aux conteneurs s’ouvre chez Xebia Training Docker est mort, vive Moby ! rkt...

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La revue de presse hebdomadaire des technologies Big Data, DevOps et Web, architectures Java et mobilité dans des environnements agiles, proposée par Xebia. Front Sortie de React 15.5.0 Back Kotlin Native, ou autrement dit, Kotlin sans machine virtuelle DevOps Microsoft acquiert Deis Spotify et DNS Front Sortie de React 15.5.0 La sortie de React 15.5.0 marque...

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Roma, 11 lug. (AdnKronos) – L’analisi dei big data, gli sviluppi delle applicazioni che si basano sull’intelligenza artificiale e l’industria 4.0 negli ultimi anni hanno fatto passi da gigante. E così, dopo il lancio delle auto a guida autonoma e dei bot che sul web rispondono autonomamente alle domande dei clienti, oggi ci si prepara per l’avvento di un software in grado di gestire e di ottimizzare costantemente le numerose voci di spesa delle aziende. Risorse umane comprese.E’ questo, infatti, l’obiettivo finale del progetto di ricerca ‘Digital Cost Management” – DICOM4.0, che vede in campo i ricercatori del Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Scienze dell’Informazione (DISI) dell’Università di Trento e gli specialisti di COSMAN, leader in Italia nella realizzazione di progetti di Cost Management pensati per ottimizzare i costi aziendali, migliorando l’efficienza e massimizzando i risultati.‘Il progetto di durata biennale, rappresenta un’importante sfida nell’ambito della Industry 4.0 che permetterà di innovare e rendere più efficiente le attività di cost managment di piccole e grandi aziende attraverso strumenti e sistemi di intelligenza artificiale” ‘ commenta il professor Paolo Giorgini, promotore principale del progetto presso UniTrento. L’obiettivo del progetto è quello di sviluppare una piattaforma ‘intelligente” in grado di analizzare costi e processi [...]

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Robotic Welding Market by Type (Arc Spot), End-User (Automotive & Transportation, Electricals & Electronics, Aerospace & Defense, Metals & Machinery), Payload (<50 kg, 50–150 kg, and >150 kg), and Region - Global Forecast to 2023

Northbrook, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/10/2018 -- The robotic welding market is expected to grow from an estimated USD 3.89 billion in 2018 to USD 5.96 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 8.91%, from 2018 to 2023. This market growth worldwide is driven by the increasing implementation of Industry 4.0, which focus on full automation of manufacturing process through Internet of Things (IoT) and big data concept.

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The spot welding segment is expected to hold the largest share of the robotic welding market, by type, during the forecast period.
The spot welding segment is expected to be the largest market for robotic welding, by application, in 2018. Spot welding robots are high-payload robots, which are expensive and widely used in various end-user industries. Major end-user industries include automotive & transportation, which accounts for approximately half of the market share. Increasing vehicle demand in emerging economies such as China, India, and Brazil would contribute to the growth of the spot welding market. Increasing focus on adopting electric vehicles would also act as a driving factor for the market.

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The >150 kg segment is expected to hold the largest share of the robotic welding market, by payload, during the forecast period.
Welding robots which have more than 150 kg of payload are expected to dominate the market due to their application in automotive & transportation and other industries. These robots are high in demand due to the increasing demand for vehicles.

Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing robotic welding market.
In this report, robotic welding market has been analyzed with respect to 4 regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World. Asia Pacific is expected to be the largest and the fastest growing market, by region, during the forecast period. Increasing adoption of automation by developing economies would drive the growth of the robotic welding market in the region. Major countries driving the market in the Asia Pacific region are China, India, and Taiwan. Rest of the World is expected to be the second fastest growing market for robotic welding.

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To enable an in-depth understanding of the competitive landscape, the report includes the profiles of some of the top players in the robotic welding market including Yaskawa (Japan), Kuka (Germany), Fanuc (Japan), ABB (Switzerland), and Panasonic (Japan).

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**Job Requirements:** • 10+ years of practical experience in software application development/support/architecture, with at least 5 years designing enterprise-scale architecture. • Participate in all stages of the development life cycle including requirement analysis, design, development and implementation of the system. • Experience in evaluating technologies and packaged solutions, with the ability to weigh the pros/cons of technology based on strategic advantages, integration aspects, cost, and schedule. • Broad knowledge of multiple technologies and platforms. • Involve in design and code reviews and extensive documentation of standards, best practices and Java/J2EE principles. • Working experience with latest web, middleware and database technologies and frameworks • Must have the capability to work with different team members and other groups. The EA must be able to communicate the architecture solutions and the benefits to various team members. • Strong knowledge and understanding of architectural principles and the design, implementation, and operations of enterprise technology solutions • Document process description, which define and encapsulate the component interfaces. • Design technical documents on delivered functionality/code as required. • Responsible for all activities related to the development, implementation, administration and support of core banking processes for large scale banking systems. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Previous experience working in Banking or financial services industry is a big plus. • Must understand: o Application deployments, server configurations and deployments, and data center and co-location planning. o Technical Operations and Disaster Recovery o Virtualization and Storage technologies. o SQL Queries to perform DDL, DML and DCL against databases. o Network architecture and associated systems/concepts. o Information Security, Data Encryption and Data Security. o Latest web technologies and frameworks o Middleware technologies, SOA o Big Data, Business Intelligence, data warehousing, ETL and OLAP tools. o DevOps, cloud and containerization concepts **Job Description:** The Enterprise Architect (EA) delivers strategic and project-level architectural support for systems and solutions across the bank’s business practices. EA will assist with the technology planning, technology governance and technology delivery activities. The EA will provide solution architecture to various projects within the bank across different areas depending upon the types of the projects and business requirements, and types of software and packages being used. Enterprise Architect is responsible for interacting with the business, identifying business challenges, translating business requirements into technology solutions, delivering architecture support for one or more projects. EA understands the business objectives of the projects, and is able to design optimized solutions that solve business problems in a cost effective manner. EA must be able to assess and design solutions that support long lasting business values with quality measured by multiple metrics (scalability, performance, security, technology alignment, systematic and robust deployment and operational processes, with little or no defects). EA will collaborate with other technology groups, delivery managers, business groups, vendors and team members. The EA must be able to communicate the architecture solutions and the benefits to various team members In addition, most of the systems to be developed/deployed/integrated may require integration with other systems that run in People's United Bank operational environment. The EA owns the architectural deliverables/documents of the project(s) based on People's United Bank standards. **Posting Title:** Principal Enterprise Architect **Location:** BRIDGEPORT-850 MAIN ST **Employment Type:** Full Time **Address 1:** 850 MAIN STREET **Auto req ID:** 11289BR **City:** BRIDGEPORT **Zip Code:** 06604 **State:** CT **11289BR** People's United Bank and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity and affirmative action employers EOE-Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected status.
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**We're looking for a** # Backend Software Engineer \(Santa Monica, CA\) We were cloud before cloud was cool\! Now we are working on tomorrow’s problems\. **What sets us apart?** + We have been working in Cloud computing since we were founded in 1999\. Now we’re working on exciting projects in PaaS, Big Data and Machine Learning to help employees at some of the world’s largest companies realize their potential\. + We are a technology company that understands the importance of staying up\-to\-date and at the forefront of new and innovative technologies\. Global Scale?\! We have over 30 million users in 192 different countries\! Who even knew there were 192 different countries? + We make software that empowers people, and we think that is pretty cool\! So much so, that we live it every day\. Cornerstone offers monthly development days, along with countless training opportunities\. 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+ Build and maintain good relationships with key sponsors and technology + Capture business requirements and use cases (including screen designs) + Produce excellent detailed focused documentation + Drive requirements through user due diligence and sign off + Ability to understand and analyze business processes & workflows with the objective of providing detailed Business Process Flow diagrams and Logical Data Models + Partner with developers to ensure requirements are implemented as per specification + Establish test strategy and test cases as well as validation of test cases + Scrum master and run Agile development process; track tasks and issues in JIRA + Co-ordinate UAT with markets and down-stream teams + Ensure all risks and issues relating to scope and analysis managed appropriately + Ensure that all re-usable resources and knowledge are stored in the appropriate knowledge base for the benefit of others in the team. This will include items that are not necessarily linked to any single project. + Help troubleshoot issues including working with Level 1 + 2 support teams and business users + Strong Business Analyst experience + Technical background preferred + familiar with product management approach + HTML5/ JavaScript/ React – develop re-useable UI widget is good to have + Ensure UI/ UX wireframe compliance with the design is good to have + Experience in optimizing/profiling, multithreading, and tuning + Test driven development + Strong interpersonal and communication skills. + Strong organizational ability, time and project management skills to juggle many priorities Our Corporate & Investment Bank relies on innovators like you to build and maintain the technology that helps us safely service the world’s important corporations, governments and institutions. You’ll develop solutions for a bank entrusted with holding $18 trillion of assets and $393 billion in deposits. CIB provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk, and extends liquidity in markets spanning over 100 countries around the world. When you work at JPMorgan Chase & Co., you’re not just working at a global financial institution. You’re an integral part of one of the world’s biggest tech companies. In 14 technology hubs worldwide, our team of 40,000+ technologists design, build and deploy everything from enterprise technology initiatives to big data and mobile solutions, as well as innovations in electronic payments, cybersecurity, machine learning, and cloud development. Our $9.5B+ annual investment in technology enables us to hire people to create innovative solutions that will not only transform the financial services industry, but also change the world. At JPMorgan Chase & Co. we value the unique skills of every employee, and we’re building a technology organization that thrives on diversity. We encourage professional growth and career development, and offer competitive benefits and compensation. If you’re looking to build your career as part of a global technology team tackling big challenges that impact the lives of people and companies all around the world, we want to meet you. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.
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As a member of our Software Engineering Group you will dive head-first into creating innovative solutions that advance businesses and careers. You’ll join an inspiring and curious team of technologists dedicated to improving the design, analytics, development, coding, testing and application programming that goes into creating high quality software and new products. You’ll be tasked with keeping the team and other key stakeholders up to speed on the progress of what’s being developed. Coming in with an understanding of the importance of end-to-end software development-such as Agile frameworks-is key. And best of all, you’ll be working with and sharing ideas, information and innovation with our global team of technologists from all over the world. The candidate will focus on the Corporate and Investment Bank’s web portal, J.P. Morgan Markets. J.P. Morgan Markets offers Research, Analytics, Trading, and Investor Services to institutional investors. This role requires a wide variety of strengths and capabilities, including: + Application architecture, Data architecture, and Infrastructure architecture + Develop business to business Internet applications. + Design, build, test, troubleshoot, and support web based applications. + Optimize performance of web applications. + Communicate with the full spectrum of global stakeholders and colleagues. + Ability to collaborate with high-performing teams and individuals throughout the firm to accomplish common goals + Proficiency in the following: Enterprise Java, Web Development, HTML, JavaScript, SQL, and Source Code Management Our Corporate & Investment Bank relies on innovators like you to build and maintain the technology that helps us safely service the world’s important corporations, governments and institutions. You’ll develop solutions for a bank entrusted with holding $18 trillion of assets and $393 billion in deposits. CIB provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk, and extends liquidity in markets spanning over 100 countries around the world. When you work at JPMorgan Chase & Co., you’re not just working at a global financial institution. You’re an integral part of one of the world’s biggest tech companies. In 14 technology hubs worldwide, our team of 40,000+ technologists design, build and deploy everything from enterprise technology initiatives to big data and mobile solutions, as well as innovations in electronic payments, cybersecurity, machine learning, and cloud development. Our $9.5B+ annual investment in technology enables us to hire people to create innovative solutions that will not only transform the financial services industry, but also change the world. At JPMorgan Chase & Co. we value the unique skills of every employee, and we’re building a technology organization that thrives on diversity. We encourage professional growth and career development, and offer competitive benefits and compensation. If you’re looking to build your career as part of a global technology team tackling big challenges that impact the lives of people and companies all around the world, we want to meet you. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.
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          Private and secure multiparty histograms      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Please pick a number between 1 and 10, and don’t tell anybody what you picked.

Got it? Great.

Now, I know you chose a number with deep personal meaning to you. Maybe the number you chose could cause you some trouble if other people knew it? If it helps you get into the spirit of this exercise, you can pretend your number represents your salary or the number of hours you sleep per day or the number of showers you take per week.

At this point, everyone reading this post has picked a number, and none of you want to share it. You especially don’t want to give it to Facebook or Cambridge Analytica or any of these big companies that make their money by selling what they know about you.

But you’re probably curious. How many other people picked the same number? How popular were the numbers you didn’t pick? (So long as you can keep your privacy, there are lots of good reasons to contribute to aggregate research, such as medical studies.)

We’ll answer those questions with a histogram. But I’ll walk you through techniques that ensure that you don’t have to reveal your secret number to anyone in the process of computing the histogram, and furthermore that someone who learns the information in the histogram still can’t find out what your secret number was.

There will be nothing new here for experts in differential privacy or secure multiparty computation; instead I’m aiming for a tutorial for programmers who aren’t familiar with these fields. Also, don’t rely on my explanations to implement anything where you really care about security. (This falls under the general advice, “don’t roll your own crypto.”) Rather I just want to spread awareness of several decades of research that are very relevant to us today.

What is “privacy”, really?

You might expect that a histogram is pretty good for keeping individual numbers secret. If a hundred people are counted in the same histogram, how could I prove which bin you’re in?

However: there’s a long history of people publishing data that seemed like it shouldn’t breach anyone’s privacy, only for someone to discover that in conjunction with other information, it wasn’t nearly as private as it seemed. An extreme case here would be if I know the secret number of everyone except you: I can then tell which bin you’re in by elimination. By the same token, if you and I are the only participants in this project, then I can subtract my contribution from the histogram and yours will be all that’s left. Privacy compromises can get much more complicated than either of these two cases, of course.

One well-known example was when Netflix published anonymized movie rental histories for their Netflix Prize competition in 2006. By 2007, researchers had demonstrated how to correlate the anonymized Netflix ratings with public movie ratings from IMDb, successfully re-identifying private movie rating records in the Netflix dataset, with implications for the privacy of people’s sexuality and their political and religious views1.

If you want to know whether a piece of information is going to deprive someone of their privacy, the lesson here is you can’t just reason about what an adversary can learn from the information you’re publishing. You have to consider everything they could possibly have known already.

So now we’ve gone from “this seems fine” to “this seems impossible!”

It turns out however that there are general techniques which can provably preserve privacy! The field is called “differential privacy”. Research in this area kicked off with Dwork, McSherry, Nissim, and Smith publishing “Calibrating Noise to Sensitivity in Private Data Analysis” in 2006, although that paper did not yet use the “differential privacy” terminology.

Differential privacy promises that the data generated from a dataset won’t be significantly different whether your data is in that dataset or not, so you might as well participate. Because a dataset that includes you is essentially indistinguishable from one you aren’t in, it doesn’t matter what the adversary knows!

There is a trade-off though between privacy and utility. Because the definition of differential privacy assumes the adversary could already know anything and everything, differentially private results must always have random noise added to them to obscure individual contributions to the results. Papers in this area are largely about deciding exactly how little noise you can get away with adding, because the more noise there is, the less useful the result is.

An alternative definition called “Distributional Differential Privacy” (DDP), introduced in Bassily, Groce, Katz, Smith: “Coupled-Worlds Privacy: Exploiting Adversarial Uncertainty in Statistical Data Privacy”, relaxes the assumption about an adversary’s abilities. Instead of assuming they could know everything, we define our assumptions about exactly what the adversary could know in terms of probability distributions. This requires some caution because if we omit the distribution that turns out to reflect some adversary’s actual knowledge, then all our privacy claims are invalid. But as long as we’re careful we can get more useful results by recognizing that real adversaries are not actually all-powerful.

One algorithm given in the original DDP papers is for privacy-preserving histograms, which is exactly what we need here2!

Privacy-preserving histograms

For now, let’s assume you believe I’m a trustworthy person, so you’re willing to give me your secret number and I’ll promise not to reveal it to anyone else. (We’ll improve on this assumption later.)

Once everyone has handed me their secret numbers, I can take the following steps:

  1. I’ll pick a probability p and a whole number k based on how many people are participating and on how much privacy loss I’m willing to accept.

  2. For each participant, I decide at random whether to use their number at all. Every participant needs to have the same probability, p, of being included. It’s very important that nobody be able to predict these decisions.

  3. Count how many of the selected participants fall in each bin.

  4. If any bin has a count less than k, report that bin as 0 instead.

Section 6.2 of Adam Groce’s PhD thesis, “New Notions and Mechanisms for Statistical Privacy”, contains the proof of the following statement, given that I follow the above procedure:

An adversary cannot learn about an individual, even if the attacker knows that the individual was in the sample. Consequently, the adversary cannot determine if a given individual was in the sample to begin with.

This should be a fairly comforting result. Sadly there are several details in the proof I haven’t been able to follow, so I have to take Groce’s word for it.

I’ll also refer you to the thesis for alternate choices of sampling distributions, as well as how to pick p and k.

Secure multiparty computation

What if you don’t trust me with your secret number? (I’m hurt, but I’ll get over it.)

“Secure Multi-Party Computation” (often abbreviated “MPC”) is a sub-field of cryptography where people who have secrets they aren’t willing to share with each other can nonetheless work together to compute some function combining all those secrets.

In this case we’re going to use MPC techniques so you don’t have to reveal your secret number to anyone. Instead of relying on me to combine everyone’s secrets, you’ll work directly with the other participants to run the above algorithm, and they won’t learn your secret number either.

Researchers have proposed a variety of MPC techniques that are remarkably generic: they can compute anything that could be computed by an arbitrary combination of either boolean logic gates or addition and multiplication. It turns out you can express those in terms of each other, but some algorithms are simpler in boolean logic and others are simpler in arithmetic.

The above histogram algorithm can be expressed fairly clearly in either style, but I think I can better explain a boolean circuit solution than the alternatives based on number theory, so let’s focus on that.

Using boolean circuits

The boolean-circuit style of MPC originates in a 1987 paper called “How to Solve any Multi-Party Protocol Problem” (by Goldreich, Micali, and Wigderson). That paper focused on presenting a constructive proof that all polytime-computable functions can be computed privately. Which is super cool, but they didn’t address questions of efficiency, or a variety of other implementation details one might care about.

Instead let’s look at a paper that follows the above construction but makes specific implementation choices and evaluates performance on a real implementation. Choi et al published “Secure Multi-Party Computation of Boolean Circuits with Applications to Privacy in On-Line Marketplaces” in 2012. As a non-expert in this field, I found their paper relatively easy to follow, which is somewhat unusual in cryptography papers! The paper provides a nice overview together with plenty of citations to papers describing the fundamental building blocks. The authors also published the source code of their implementation, if you want something to play with, although I haven’t tested whether it still builds.

In this framework, every computation is expressed as a circuit composed of AND gates and XOR gates3. If you’re used to writing software, at first glance this feels super limiting. Where are the loops and if-statements and function calls? How do I do math or manipulate text or construct fancy data structures?

Hardware designers, on the other hand, deal with this all the time.

  • Function calls are replaced by just copying another instance of the circuit everywhere it’s needed.
  • There are tons of known boolean circuits for doing arithmetic.
  • If-statements involve computing the result of the conditional expression “c” as well as both the true and false branch results “t” and “f”, then computing “(c AND t) OR (NOT c AND f)”.

And so on. A task that takes just a few lines of code in your favorite programming language might blow up into a giant circuit, but still, many more things are possible than one might expect.

Once you’ve described your program as a boolean circuit, I encourage you to read either of the papers I cited above to learn how to turn that into a secure computation4. But I’ll note a couple of important details now:

  1. In this system, every participant splits up their secret inputs into random parts, and assigns one part to each of the other participants. The “real” value is the XOR of all the parts together, but since each participant sees only one of the random parts, nobody can draw any conclusions about what the actual value is.
  2. Because of the way the parts are distributed, each participant can compute their part of the result of an XOR by simply doing an XOR of their share of the inputs. So XOR operations are super easy.
  3. However, AND operations require pairwise communications between all participants, as well as cryptographic operations, so they’re relatively expensive.
  4. At the end of the computation, all the participants’ parts can be combined to get the final answer.

As a warm-up, let’s devise three kinds of circuits, which we’ll then rearrange and combine in various ways to solve the histogram problem.

Addition circuits

The first circuit we need adds two 1-bit numbers and a 1-bit carry input, producing their 1-bit sum and a 1-bit carry output. Hardware designers call this circuit a full adder, and if Wikipedia doesn’t satisfy your curiosity you should be able to find plenty of details in any introductory digital circuits textbook. I learned about them from a children’s book, personally, but I may have had a strange childhood5.

A full adder needs 3 XOR gates and 2 AND gates6. Remember, in this style of multi-party computation, XOR is fast while AND is slow.

To add numbers that are N bits wide, the simplest option is to chain together N copies of the full adder circuit. Connect the carry-output for the least-significant bit to the carry-input of the next bit, to form what’s called a ripple-carry adder. This means we need 3·N XOR gates and 2·N AND gates.

This is a complete boolean circuit in its own right, and at this point we could use Choi et al’s implementation of multi-party computation to securely find the sum of any number of secret inputs.

Comparison circuits

The next circuit we’ll build compares two N-bit numbers A and B, producing a 1-bit output that is 1 if A<B and 0 otherwise.

We could modify a full adder to perform subtraction instead, but a specialized digital comparator is easier to think through.

  • If the most-significant bit of A and B are 0 and 1, respectively, then A is less than B.
  • If they’re equal (both 0 or both 1) then we should compare the next most significant bit of each.
  • Otherwise, or if all the bits are equal, A is not less than B.

This needs 4 XOR gates and 2 AND gates per bit.

At this point we can solve variants of Yao’s Millionaires’ Problem, a thought experiment in cryptography where two people want to determine which of them has more money without actually revealing how much they have to each other.

However, every time we’re going to use this comparison circuit in the final histogram circuit, it turns out that either A or B is a public constant, so some of the inputs to these gates are known in advance. That allows us to simplify the circuit to 1 AND gate, and between 0 and 2 XOR gates, per bit7.

Random number circuits

The third basic circuit we need is a little different, because it doesn’t correspond to any physical digital logic circuit. Instead, this one relies on a specific property of Choi et al’s approach to multi-party computation.

Recall that Groce’s private histogram algorithm requires us to decide at random whether to include any given person’s private data in the final output, in such a way that the adversary can’t predict our decision.

So to start with, let’s figure out how to generate a single random bit, equally likely to be a 1 or a 0. None of the participants are allowed to know the value of this bit, but everyone needs to be able to use it in further computation.

Remember that in Choi et al’s approach, a participant’s secret input bit is represented by giving every participant a random bit, constrained such that the XOR of all those bits produces the true value.

So to generate a secret random bit, instead of distributing shares of somebody’s secret input, each participant should just generate their own random bit, and together all those bits will represent a truly random bit8.

We can extend this to generate a random bit that is 1 with probability p. If we concatenate N uniform random bits, we’ll get a uniform random N-bit number. With probability p, that number will be less than p times 2^N, so we can use our earlier less-than circuit to get the desired output.

We just have to pick a large enough N that it can represent p in fixed point with enough precision. To put that another way, p needs to be close to an integer multiple of 1/2^N. On the other hand, since the comparison circuit uses N AND gates and those are expensive, it’s worth picking the smallest possible value of N that lets us represent p precisely enough for our needs.

Histogram circuits!

With that background in mind, let’s sketch a circuit for privacy-preserving histograms!

First we have to think about how each participant’s input should be encoded. I can think of two reasonable ways to represent your input: either as the binary encoding of your chosen secret number; or as one bit per histogram bin, where exactly one of the bits is 1. Using one bit per bin simplifies the circuit a little, but means you have to take extra steps to ensure that nobody sneakily puts themselves in multiple bins. And you can do that with “zero-knowledge proofs”, but it’s probably better to use an encoding with no redundancy or illegal states in it.

  1. In advance, everyone agrees on a probability p, a whole number k, and the shape of the circuit we’re about to evaluate. These are public parameters to the algorithm. If you believe the parameters aren’t good enough to protect your privacy, you can refuse to participate without revealing anything about your secret number.

  2. If everyone’s secret number is encoded in binary, then we need to convert to a bit-per-bin representation. Electrical engineers have lots of designs for converting between binary and so-called “one-hot” encoding, but for simplicity just assume we’ll use the less-than circuit a bunch of times.

    Next you all need to decide whose inputs are actually going to get included in this histogram. For each participant, generate a random bit that is 1 with probability p. Then AND that bit with each bin of that participant’s input.

    The level of paranoia in our random number circuit may have seemed excessive. But to make the correctness proof hold, we’re relying on the fact that none of the participants ever learn what any of the random numbers actually were, and also that none of them can influence whether somebody gets counted or not, so long as even one participant is honest.

  3. Use a bunch of full-adder circuits to add up the number of 1-bits in each bin.

  4. For each bin, use the less-than circuit to check if k-1 is less than the count in that bin; the result will be 1 if the count is big enough and 0 otherwise. The final result for that bin is the AND of this bit with each of the bits of the count.

Ta-da! Using distributional differential privacy, we saw how to make sure that the histogram output doesn’t reveal more than we intended to. Now we’ve seen how to ensure that the inputs are never revealed to anybody either.

Histograms using arithmetic

Many functions are inconvenient to express as boolean circuits. I mean, you can do it, but the circuits get huge. So I’d like to give a brief sense of what this would look like in an arithmetic setting instead.

Instead of taking AND and XOR as our basic operations, we can choose multiplication and addition over integers. However, like machine arithmetic on CPUs, these operations wrap if the result is bigger than some implementation-specified constant.

Some parts of the histogram algorithm are a lot simpler in this setting. Adding up the count of participants in each bin takes one addition per participant, instead of 2 AND gates per bit per participant. Even better, addition is the cheap operation while multiplication is expensive, so that stage becomes basically free.

Other parts are more complicated, because in general you can’t turn addition and multiplication into “return 1 if A<B and 0 otherwise”. Fortunately in this setting we aren’t actually working with arbitrary-precision integers, so there are tricks you can play, such as detecting that a computation overflowed. I’m not going to go into detail here, but there are specific methods for implementing the less-than and random-number circuits we relied on in the previous section. If you’re interested, see “Multiparty Computation for Interval, Equality, and Comparison without Bit-Decomposition Protocol” by Nishide and Ohta for one approach.

Since all the primitives we need exist in this multiparty arithmetic setting, clearly we can implement private histograms this way too! If you’re looking for a challenge, you could go implement this algorithm both ways and find out which one is more efficient, because I honestly don’t know…

Summary

Well, the number you chose has remained your secret this whole time, even as you let people learn some aggregate information about a crowd of people that included you.

Recent news reports about businesses like Cambridge Analytica vacuuming up huge amounts of personal information to create creepy profiles of people have been scary wake-up calls regarding our privacy in the era of big data and algorithms. However, there are many positive uses for data collection, ranging from serious medical studies to helping people discover some entertaining thing they’ll enjoy.

With this post, I hope I’ve conveyed that it’s theoretically possible to get the personal and societal benefits of data collection, without the harms due to our personal data being used in ways we didn’t intend.

I’ve only touched on a few specific examples of research from the past several decades, and there’s a lot of work to be done on making these approaches efficient, scalable, and usable. But the foundations are there, so we should reject the corporate story that we have to give up all our privacy to get these benefits.

Footnotes

  1. Narayanan and Shmatikov. “Robust De-anonymization of Large Sparse Datasets” 

  2. Much of the differential privacy literature uses sums or counts as examples, because those are easy to analyze—and a histogram is just a collection of counts. So finding a histogram algorithm in a paper in this field is not actually very difficult. I’ve chosen to write about this particular algorithm for two reasons. First, it’s pretty straightforward to adapt to the secure multiparty computation setting, but it has some interesting twists that let me discuss a bit more about that setting. Second, I started off trying to solve a different problem, and this algorithm has nice properties for my use case, though I won’t discuss that further right now because I don’t have a proof yet that my modifications to the algorithm are actually safe.

    If you’d like to compare this with an algorithm that was designed from the start to satisfy the original differential privacy definition in a multiparty computation setting, I recommend Bindschaedler et al, “Achieving Differential Privacy in Secure Multiparty Data Aggregation Protocols on Star Networks”. That algorithm is also fault-tolerant against some number of participants going offline partway through. 

  3. The original proposal by Goldreich et al used NOT gates rather than XOR, but if you provide an always-true input, “NOT b” can be rewritten as “1 XOR b”. So Choi et al can compute everything Goldreich et al can, with the same efficiency. 

  4. If you really get into the implementation details of the boolean circuit approach, you may also be interested in papers on “oblivious transfer”, such as Donald Beaver, “Precomputing Oblivious Transfer”, and Li et al, “Efficient reduction of 1 out of n oblivious transfers in random oracle model”

  5. I learned about boolean circuits for addition from David Macaulay’s 1988 children’s book, “The Way Things Work”, which illustrates everything with the help of a herd of friendly woolly mammoths. Honestly I think it’s a fantastic book for curious people of all ages. Apparently there have been two newer editions since the version I read as a child, if you’re concerned about the book’s relevance thirty years later. 

  6. There are several combinations of gates that can work to implement a full adder. Wikipedia shows the two AND gates being combined with an OR gate to produce the carry output. However, one of the AND gates computes A AND B, while the other has an input from A XOR B. Since those can’t both be 1 at the same time, the inputs to the OR gate also can’t both be 1 at the same time, so in this case OR and XOR will produce the same result. 

  7. In a digital comparator where one operand is constant, the total number of XOR gates depends on several factors. If the left-hand side is constant, then the number of XOR gates is twice the number of 0 bits. If the right-hand side is constant, the number of XOR gates is twice the number of 1 bits, plus the number of 0 bits.

    If you wanted to micro-optimize this circuit, you could note that on integers, A<B is equivalent to either NOT (B-1<A) or NOT (B<A+1). That means that if the constant is the left-hand operand you can swap it to the right, or vice versa, for the cost of an additional XOR gate.

    Of course this is not worth doing, because in this system, XOR gates are basically free compared to AND gates. But I spent so much time thinking about this useless micro-optimization that, gosh darn it, I’m at least allowed to put it in a footnote. 

  8. This protocol for generating a random bit struck me as the obvious thing to do, and simultaneously as way too easy for it to possibly be correct. It wasn’t at all obvious to me that the XOR of a bunch of uniform random bits would still be uniform random, or that a malicious participant couldn’t influence the result one way or the other. Fortunately my friend Joe Ranweiler dug up the perfect Mathematics Stack Exchange answer for this question: “How to prove uniform distribution of m⊕k if k is uniformly distributed?” That proof shows that as long as at least one participant generates their bit uniformly at random, it doesn’t matter what anyone else does: the result will still be a uniform random number. 


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New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2018 -- The analysts forecast the global K-12 testing and assessment market to grow at a CAGR of 8.19% during the period 2018-2022.

The global education technology market can be broadly categorized into two segments, namely technological architecture and collaborative tools. The technological architecture comprises hardware, software, and services. The hardware segment consists of interactive whiteboards, interactive displays, educational personal computers, and projectors. The software segment constitutes document management systems, classroom management systems, classroom collaboration systems, student information systems, classroom assessment scoring systems, student response systems, learning content management systems (LCMS), and learning management systems (LMS). Software services include digital interactive resources such as digital text, graphics, and audio-visual aids that are used to impart knowledge. Collaborative tools are supporting tools, which help in an enhanced coherent use of technology. An increasing use of technology in the teaching process encourages educational institutions to collect and track grades, attendance details, scores, and demographics to help students improve their learning process. At present, there is a noted improvement in the type of knowledge gained by students through the mobile and cloud technology, and Big Data analytics. The entire process of imparting education has become more systematic.

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Covered in this report
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global K-12 testing and assessment market for 2018-2022. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the K-12 testing and assessment.

The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
- Americas
- APAC
- EMEA

The report, Global K-12 Testing and Assessment Market 2018-2022, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors
- CogniFit
- Edutech
- ETS
- MeritTrac
- Pearson Education
- Scantron

Other prominent vendors
- CORE Education and Consulting Solutions
- Literatu
- Proprofs QuizMaker
- UMeWorld

Market driver
- Rising number of collaborations between schools and assessment companies
- For a full, detailed list, view our report

Market trend
- Gamification
- For a full, detailed list, view our report

Key questions answered in this report
- What will the market size be in 2022 and what will the growth rate be?
- What are the key market trends?
- What is driving this market?
- What are the challenges to market growth?
- Who are the key vendors in this market space?

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Table Of Contents – Major Key Points

PART 01: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

PART 02: SCOPE OF THE REPORT

PART 03: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

PART 04: INTRODUCTION
- Market outline

PART 05: MARKET LANDSCAPE
- Market ecosystem
- Market characteristics
- Market segmentation analysis

PART 06: MARKET SIZING
- Market definition
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market 2017
- Market size and forecast 2017-2022

PART 07: FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
- Bargaining power of buyers
- Bargaining power of suppliers
- Threat of new entrants
- Threat of substitutes
- Threat of rivalry
- Market condition

PART 08: MARKET SEGMENTATION BY METHOD
- Segmentation by method
- Comparison by method
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market by traditional method
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market by online method
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market by blended method
- Market opportunity by method

PART 09: MARKET SEGMENTATION BY PRODUCT
- Segmentation by product
- Comparison by product
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market by curriculum-based testing
- Global K-12 testing and assessment market by non-curriculum-based testing
- Market opportunity by product

PART 10: CUSTOMER LANDSCAPE

PART 11: REGIONAL LANDSCAPE
- Geographical segmentation
- Regional comparison
- Americas – Market size and forecast 2017-2022
- EMEA – Market size and forecast 2017-2022
- APAC – Market size and forecast 2017-2022
- Key leading countries
- US
- UK
- Germany
- China
- India
- Market opportunity

Continued……

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          てしょうがない; てたまらない (teshouganai; tetamaranai)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
てしょうがない; てたまらない (teshouganai; tetamaranai)

    Meaning: Can't help but 〜; Extremely 〜; Very 〜
    Example: Due to a lack of sleep, I can't help but be exhausted.

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  Notes:  
*しようがない is also acceptable sometimes, but this grammar is much more widely written as しょうがない.

*てたまらない is stronger than てしょうがない, but the two are otherwise interchangeable.

*てしょうがない should express feelings, sentiments, mentality, or desire. For example:
1. 疲れる -> 疲れてしょうがない
2. 痛い -> 痛くてしようがない・痛くてたまらない
3. 残念 -> 残念でしようがない・残念でたまらない

FORMATION:
V・いA(て forms) + しょうがない・たまらない
なA + で + しょうがない・たまらない


  Examples:  
Note: visit WWWJDIC to lookup any unknown words found in the example(s)...
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  Comments:  
  • shouldn't it be "shiyo ga nai", not shou ga nai, (contributor: your name)
  • According to Daijirin, both ways are ok. (contributor: Miki)
  • しょう=しよ ? (contributor: dc)
  • しよう(仕様)がない(無い) (contributor: Miki)
  • The title should be "shiyou ga nai" and て should be deleted.
    I have added an example. NOte that しようがない is commonly pronounced as "shoo ga nai."
    (contributor: bamboo4)
  • #5458 in Japanese is weird. Also, in #276, "tired" should be "sleepy." (contributor: bamboo4)
  • しょうがない on its own is a sort of idiom meaning "Can't be helped," but because this is a grammar entry, it should be emphasized that しょうがない is correctly used in a sentence when it follows て or で. So, てしょうがない is a proper grammar entry title. In that case, example #939 is simply a conversational use of the idiom and doesn't belong in this entry. (contributor: rubyhatchet)

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Authors: Alvaro Tzul

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          The SAGE Project: a Storage Centric Approach for Exascale Computing. (arXiv:1807.03632v1 [cs.DC])      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          FCA warns financial firms over Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday.

          דרושים פרילנסרים לפרוייקט ב- REACT      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We are looking for a highly talented Front End Web Application Software Engineer to assume a challenging position, develop the next generation actionable intelligence product, using the cutting edge technologies of open source and big data world.As a leading company in the intelligence field you will be exposed to the newest and most challenging technologies and be a part of a new team.Skills: · Over 3 years of experience in Web-Based development of complex high performance system. · BSc, Sof...
          Oracle Developer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ACT-Canberra, Oracle Developer Hourly rate contract Big Data Project Oracle Developer required for big data project in Canberra. Your new company You will working for a Large Federal Government Department located in Canberra. Your new role You will be an oracle developer focusing in PL/SQL development on a large Oracle platform. The project is focused on big data storage and analytics. What you'll need to succe
          Architecting for the Internet of Things: making the most of the convergence of big data, fast data, and cloud      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Solution Architect - Data & Analytics - Neudesic LLC - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
From Neudesic LLC - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 10:04:49 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          National Partner Technical Manager - Pure Storage - Dallas, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Be a Pure Storage technical expert and in areas of Storage, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, SDN, SaaS solutions, Networking, Dev-ops, Machine Learning,...
From Pure Storage - Fri, 11 May 2018 22:35:36 GMT - View all Dallas, TX jobs
          Solution Architect - Data & Analytics - Neudesic LLC - New York, NY      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Machine Learning Solutions:. The explosion of big data, machine learning and cloud computing power creates an opportunity to make a quantum leap forward in...
From Neudesic LLC - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 09:58:39 GMT - View all New York, NY jobs
          Bioinformatics Support Engineer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £31,250 - £38,100 a year
From Quadram Institute - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 15:38:26 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Bioinformatics Scientific Programmer - Quadram Institute - Norwich NR4      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You will gain experience of working with Big Data and cloud computing, supporting up to 150 world class food science researchers and have the opportunity to... £39,150 - £47,850 a year
From Quadram Institute - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 21:38:41 GMT - View all Norwich NR4 jobs
          Big Data Market Size Is Anticipated To Reach USD 123.2 Billion By 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The global big data market is expected to reach USD 123.2 billion by 2025, according to a new report
          Big Data (Hadoop) Administrator - Elite Technical Services, Inc. - Reston, VA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hands-on experience supporting code deployments (Spark, Hive, Ab Initio, etc.). Elite Technical is seeking 2 (two) Big Data Administrators with proven past...
From Elite Technical Services, Inc. - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:12:01 GMT - View all Reston, VA jobs
          Developer, Integration - Mosaic North America - Jacksonville, FL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Design and deliver Microsoft Azure Platform solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) in a big data context with Enterprise level...
From Mosaic North America - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:27:37 GMT - View all Jacksonville, FL jobs
          Cojocaru: La nivelul instituţiilor publice au fost dezvoltate sisteme informatice fie neinteroperabile, fie care funcţionează "insular"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ministrul Comunicaţiilor şi Societăţii Informaţionale, Bogdan Cojocaru, recunoaşte faptul că, la nivelul instituţiilor publice din România, au fost dezvoltate sisteme informatice care nu sunt interoperabile sau care funcţionează "insular". În acest context, oficialul a precizat, pentru AGERPRES, că proiectul de cloud guvernamental, care va cuprinde trei etape distincte, va fi asumat de Guvern prin intermediul unui Memorandum ce se află în prezent pe circuitul de avizare. "Este adevărat că, în ultima perioadă, s-a vorbit foarte mult despre cloud-ul guvernamental, element care se regăseşte şi în programul de guvernare asumat şi implementat de noi, social-democraţii. Pentru a înţelege un proiect, trebuie să-i cunoaştem utilitatea. Prin urmare, în momentul de faţă, la nivelul instituţiilor publice au fost dezvoltate sisteme informatice de sine stătătoare, din dorinţa de a uşura şi digitaliza relaţia dintre autoritate şi cetăţean. Din nefericire, însă, aceste sisteme nu sunt interoperabile, fiind deopotrivă nevoie de oameni care să le gestioneze şi de bani pentru asigurarea mentenanţei. Mai mult, serviciile publice oferite - şi fac aici trimitere la platforme precum Ghişeul.ro şi la SICAP (Sistemul informatic colaborativ pentru mediu performant de desfăşurare a achiziţiilor publice - n.r.), ANAF, CNAS -  funcţionează insular, pe sisteme proprii, cu interfeţe diferite. Confruntându-ne zi de zi cu această realitate, putem defini cloud-ul guvernamental ca fiind un &#39;sistem central&#39;, creat de o suită de alte subsisteme de resurse informatice de ultimă generaţie, uşor accesibile instituţiilor publice, agenţiilor, organizaţiilor guvernamentale şi cetăţenilor, care să fie sigure, flexibile, performante şi să poată comunica între ele", a explicat ministrul de resort. Cojocaru a punctat cele trei etape avute în vedere pentru implementarea proiectului de cloud guvernamental, respectiv: Iaas - Serviciile de infrastructură de tip cloud, PaaS - serviciile de platformă ca serviciu şi SaaS - Serviciile de aplicaţii cloud. "(...) Ministerul Comunicaţiilor şi Societăţii Informaţionale, pe care îl coordonez, prin intermediul echipei POAT (Programul Operaţional Sectorial Asistenţă Tehnică - n. r.), a lucrat la optimizarea adoptării de către România a unui model de cloud guvernamental, prin structurarea implementării în trei etape aferente realizării efective a sistemului. Prima etapă vizează realizarea serviciilor de infrastructură de tip cloud (Iaas - Serviciile de infrastructură de tip cloud), prin implementarea suportului tehnic. Această parte a proiectului îşi are fundamentarea în simplificarea soluţiilor cerute şi furnizate la nivel naţional, fiind vorba despre elemente de infrastructură de tip procesare, stocare, reţea şi securitate", a spus Cojocaru. Acesta a adăugat că, în etapa a doua a proiectului, se urmăreşte realizarea şi implementarea platformelor ca servicii (PaaS - serviciile de platformă ca serviciu), deci a suportului operaţional, în urma unei analize asupra tipurilor de aplicaţii şi cerinţelor funcţionale ale beneficiarilor şi ale partenerilor lor. Cea de-a treia etapă vizează realizarea şi implementarea de software de serviciu (SaaS - Serviciile de aplicaţii cloud), fiind asigurată definirea unor modele de date standardizate şi adaptarea acestora la utilizarea în aplicaţii şi sisteme proprii ale instituţiilor, precum şi schimbul securizat de date şi informaţii prin implementarea unui sistem integrat de identităţi, roluri şi profile. Potrivit oficialului, această structurare pe etape a implementării proiectului de cloud guvernamental a fost gândită de echipa din cadrul MCSI şi va fi asumată la nivelul Guvernului, prin intermediul unui memorandum aflat, în prezent, pe circuitul de aprobare. Operaţionalizarea conceptului de cloud guvernamental este menţionată în Programul de guvernare 2018 - 2020, la capitolul "Politici în domeniul Comunicaţiilor. Convergenţă digitală". Pe lista priorităţilor din domeniul IT&C se mai află: realizarea unor componente open-source pentru sisteme de operare, sisteme de baze de date, browser, produse de office destinate exclusiv administraţiei, E-government, Interoperabilitate, Securitate Cibernetică, Open Data, Big Data, cloud computing şi Media Sociale. AGERPRES/(A - autor: Daniel Badea, editor: Oana Tilică, editor online: Irina Giurgiu)
          Programador Big Data, Madrid      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Programador Big Data en MadridDesde Sotec Consulting estamos buscando incorporar perfiles de &hellip;
          auto-école.net : Pédagogie et big data au bénéfice des candidats au permis de conduire      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Le monde de l’apprentissage de la conduite et du permis B est en pleine transition, en passant du mode classique en auto-école, à la dématérialisation plus ou moins totale sur internet. La guerre fait rage et ce n’est pas toujours au bénéfice des candidats. auto-école.net emprunte le meilleur de...
          Data Analyst - Allianz Benelux - Brussels      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Allianz brengt de wereld van Big data samen met de verzekeringswereld. Ben jij de Data Analyst die onze reportings op gaat stellen en hierin de business ondersteunt? Lees dan deze vacature. Wat ga je doen? Als Data Analyst ben jij hoofdzakelijk verantwoordelijk voor het opstellen en analyseren van financiële en/of operationele rapportages. Dit houdt zowel de terugkerende periodieke rapportages als de ad hoc aanvragen en business cases in. Hiervoor ga je jouw specialisatie in het...
          Senior PHP Developer - iStorm - Brussels      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Our client is a nice startup (online influencers sector) based in Brussels. It has raised $1.4M in seed funding in 2015 and now the company is looking to build out team with talented and passionate people Your Mission: My client has recently joined forces with a Big data company to build a robust Influencer Relationship Management (IRM) SaaS platform and is now looking for a creative Senior Full Stack developer to join its IT team and build it with us. The platform will help brands and...
          Aumentare il volume d’affari retail grazie alla Rete, ai big data e al digitale. Guffanti di 77Agency spiega come fare      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Social, mobile, dati e Intelligenza Artificiale: tante sono le anime e gli elementi che costituiscono il mondo del digital. Come possono integrarsi in un sistema che migliori la comunicazione tra aziende e utenti? Risponde Amedeo Guffanti, General Manager di 77Agency ,  società che da anni aiuta le aziende a utilizzare internet per aumentare il volume d’affari, soprattutto in
           Tv liquida, settori tradizionali e Big Data: il punto di AGCOM sulle comunicazioni       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Teleborsa) - Crisi dell'editoria, boom della tv liquida e della banda ultralarga, rischi derivanti dai Big Data. Sono solo alcuni degli aspetti emersi dalla fotografia scattata dal Presidente AGCOM,...
          UK Watchdog Warns Financial Firms Over Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Britain’s banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday. The use of Big Data requires good communication so that consumers understand and accept a firm’s approach to using their data […]

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          Sports Analytics Market to 2025 - SAP SE, Tableau Software, Oracle Corporation, SAS, IBM Corporation, Synergy Sports, Technology Sports Source Analytics, NBAStuffer, Spotingmindz Technology, Experfy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 11, 2018 ) As Big Data technologies and analytics solutions provides actionable insights to the users, which are critical for their businesses, it has experienced a good adoption rate in almost every industry vertical. Sports as a vertical has also started embracing analytics...
          Architecte Big Data - Alteo Recrutement Informatique - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Alteo est à la recherche d'un Architecte Big Data pour un emploi permanent basé à Montréal. Salaire très compétitif - Travail de la maison ***....
From Alteo Recrutement Informatique - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 00:48:28 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          Developer (ADMIN BIG DATA) – Constantia Kloof – Gauteng - Praesignis - Randburg, Gauteng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chef Elastic Search/ Logstash/Kibana1-. Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading...
From Praesignis - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:50:47 GMT - View all Randburg, Gauteng jobs
          UK watchdog warns financial firms over Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday.

           Perfil Big Data - Krell Consulting & Training - Ciudad Real, Spain      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Queremos ampliar nuestro equipo con profesionales del mundo IT para su participación en proyecto ubicado en Ciudad Real, siendo una posición estable. Buscamos un perfil Big Data con conocimientos en Cloudera y todo su ecosistema. Requisitos: Experiencia: Spark Scala Hive Java Impala Conocimientos en Cloudera y todo su ecosistema. Lugar de trabajo: Ciudad Real. Si tienes la experiencia requerida para el puesto, y además eres una persona sumamente proactiva,...
          〜など (nado)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
〜など (nado)

    Meaning: and etc.
    Example: and so on

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  Notes:  
など, which means 'et cetera', 'and so on', is similar to and can be used in conjunction with や, but is generally used to conclude a list of examples, or samples of a potentially larger list.


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  Comments:  
  • In the first example 'and such like' may be implied, but nado is often used in this way without necessarily literally meaning 'and so on', I think maybe it makes the sentence less rigidly precise. (contributor: Amatuka)
  • The second example is the standard 'list' usage. The particle 'ya' can be used in place of the commas. (contributor: Amatuka)
  • 等、、、 is also used as english "etc..." (contributor: dc)
  • なんか and なんて have the same meaning but are colloquial terms. Another usage of those three is when you don't think much of something or contem something. (contributor: halx)
  • Ex.3218: Isnツエt apple :ringo? (contributor: Futaro)
  • Apple juice is りんごジュース or アップルジュース. (contributor: Miki)
  • I think など, like なんて, can also indicates that the speaker is shocked or outraged. I think it's the case in this sentence: かよわいものから りゃくだつなど!
    (contributor: mattaku)
  • Could など be used after a series of も instead of や?. For example "He stole money, the credit cards, a watch, and other things". お金もクレジットカ−ドも時計も服など盗んだ (contributor: Weasker)

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          Introduction to Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   



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          Big Data Engineer - Python, Linux/Unix, SQL, PostgreSQL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VA-Arlington, If you are a Big Data Engineer with experience, please read on! Our company is a big data and analytics firm committed to transforming the business of government through data science. Our company’s insights and analyses are utilized by Federal Agencies, Federal Contractors, and Private Equity and Hedge Funds to guide their strategies and uncover opportunities. Our company was founded in 2011 is lo
          ProPublica hires Gillum to cover tech      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
ProPublica announced Tuesday that Jack Gillum is joining its staff as a senior reporter covering technology and the ways algorithms, big data and social media platforms impact civil rights. He starts on July 30....
          Facebook fined the price of a vanilla spiced latte for serious customer data breaches       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
On the same day the ICO announced it planned to impose the maximum penalty allowed under the 1998 Data Protection Act, the chair of the Financial Conduct Authority likened the situation we face with big data to that depicted in the paranoid 1960s classic TV show 'The Prisoner'
           Perfil Big Data - Krell Consulting & Training - Ciudad Real, Spain      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Queremos ampliar nuestro equipo con profesionales del mundo IT para su participación en proyecto ubicado en Ciudad Real, siendo una posición estable. Buscamos un perfil Big Data con conocimientos en Cloudera y todo su ecosistema. Requisitos: Experiencia: Spark Scala Hive Java Impala Conocimientos en Cloudera y todo su ecosistema. Lugar de trabajo: Ciudad Real. Si tienes la experiencia requerida para el puesto, y además eres una persona sumamente proactiva,...
          Admission Open in MS Data Science at BUIC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MS Data Science Big data and analytics now drive strategic decision making and innovation whether it is in relation to engineering, finance, health or other professional areas. There is a growing demand for data scientists who can apply powerful tools and advanced statistical modeling techniques to make discoveries about business problems, processes, and platforms. Master … Continue reading Admission Open in MS Data Science at BUIC
          Developer (ADMIN BIG DATA) – Constantia Kloof – Gauteng - Praesignis - Randburg, Gauteng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chef Elastic Search/ Logstash/Kibana1-. Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading...
From Praesignis - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:50:47 GMT - View all Randburg, Gauteng jobs
          Sr BI Developer [EXPJP00002633] - Staffing Technologies - Bellevue, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience in AWS technologies such as EC2, Cloud formation, EMR, AWS S3, AWS Analytics required Big data related AWS technologies like HIVE, Presto, Hadoop...
From Staffing Technologies - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 22:23:35 GMT - View all Bellevue, WA jobs
          Senior BI Developer - TA0R046 - AltaSource Group - Bellevue, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Big data related AWS technologies like HIVE, Presto, Hadoop required. AltaSource Group is seeking a Senior BI Developer for our Bellevue Travel Client!... $80 an hour
From AltaSource Group - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 02:17:22 GMT - View all Bellevue, WA jobs
          Senior Software Engineer - Microsoft - Bellevue, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Deep familiarity with Big Data infrastructure technologies like Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, Presto. Microsoft Teams is looking for a motivated self-starter who can...
From Microsoft - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 19:23:56 GMT - View all Bellevue, WA jobs
          Sr Software Engineer - Hadoop / Spark Big Data - Uber - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Under the hood experience with open source big data analytics projects such as Apache Hadoop (HDFS and YARN), Spark, Hive, Parquet, Knox, Sentry, Presto is a...
From Uber - Sun, 13 May 2018 06:08:42 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          Software Development Manager – Big Data, AWS Elastic MapReduce (EMR) - Amazon.com - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Amazon EMR is a web service which enables customers to run massive clusters with distributed big data frameworks like Apache Hadoop, Hive, Tez, Flink, Spark,...
From Amazon.com - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 08:17:21 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          Data Engineer AWS Product BI - Amazon.com - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience with Big Data technologies e.g. Hadoop, Hive, Oozie, Presto, Hue, Spark, Scala and more! Amazon is looking for an outstanding Data Engineer to join...
From Amazon.com - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 01:20:11 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          Sr. Data Engineer - AWS Product BI - Amazon.com - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience with Big Data technologies e.g. Hadoop, Hive, Oozie, Presto, Hue, Spark, Scala and more! Amazon is looking for an outstanding Senior Data Engineer to...
From Amazon.com - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 01:20:11 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          Software Development Engineer – Big Data, Amazon Athena - Amazon.com - Seattle, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
You’ll also have the opportunity to work with and contribute to the leading open source big data and analytic frameworks like Hive, Spark, and Presto....
From Amazon.com - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 07:29:55 GMT - View all Seattle, WA jobs
          Samsung, Google Back Tamr as Big Data Startups Try to Find Their Way      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Businesses have sunk a lot of money into software tools to analyze the reams of data they’re generating, in search of insights that might help them increase sales or cut costs. But analytics tools don’t work effectively unless the data can be easily retrieved from a company’s disparate systems and storage locations, and the information […]
          Agcom: tanti rischi Big Data, interrogarsi su soluzioni      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Lotta a fake news essenziale per difesa democrazia
          Senior Software Engineer - Microsoft - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience with leveraging machine learning and AI for Analytics. The Big Data Fundamentals team focuses on Engineering systems, Advanced data Analytics /...
From Microsoft - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 19:10:03 GMT - View all Redmond, WA jobs
          Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services - Amazon.com - Chicago, IL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DevOps, Big Data, Machine Learning, Serverless computing etc. High level of comfort communicating effectively across internal and external organizations....
From Amazon.com - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 19:47:07 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services - Amazon.com - San Francisco, CA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DevOps, Big Data, Machine Learning, Serverless computing etc. High level of comfort communicating effectively across internal and external organizations....
From Amazon.com - Fri, 25 May 2018 19:20:02 GMT - View all San Francisco, CA jobs
          Agcom lancia l’allarme Big Data ‘Sono un bene pubblico, serve una legge per renderli trasparenti’      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

L’enorme massa di dati che circola in Rete è portatore di troppi rischi e per evitare il rischio-monopolio dei big della Rete come Facebook, Google e Amazon, l’Agcom chiede una legge che renda pubbliche le informazioni più rilevanti tra quelle raccolte dai grandi operatori del digitale. La richiesta è contenuta nero su bianco nella relazione annuale […]

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          Arquitecto Big Data - Future Space S.A. - San Sebastián de los Reyes, Madrid, España      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Future Space lanza proceso de selección de 1 Arquitecto que quieran continuar creciendo profesionalmente en el desarrollo de sus habilidades y de sus conocimientos en entornos Big Data, diseño de soluciones y aplicaciones. Trabajarán en un entorno dinámico que planteará constantes retos para dar solución a problemas de negocio. ¿Qué te Pedimos? Ser Ingeniero Técnico, Superior o Licenciado. Tener experiencia en los últimos 4-5 años en herramientas en entornos Big Data como:...
          5 trendów w bankowości, których warto być świadomym      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nowe technologie, regulacje prawne i coraz bardziej wymagający klient. To 3 czynniki, które składają się na krajobraz w jakim sektor finansowy funkcjonuje w 2018 roku. Z jakimi wyzwaniami banki muszą się aktualnie mierzyć? AI, Machine Learning, Big Data w służbie […]
          Junior BI - Data Engineer - Brussels - Visser & Van Baars - Brussels      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ready to join us? Visser & Van Baars only focuses on the BI and Big Data market. Because of our focus, we know this market like no other. From multinationals to SME companies and start-ups, they are all in our network. Our proposition is focused on quality, Visser & Van Baars is the right partner for you. Through our years of experience and strong network we always have a job or function that suits you. Whether you want to work more internationally, flexible hours or closer to home...
          BI Development Manager - Nintendo of America Inc. - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Legacy DW transformation to Big Data experience is a plus. BI Development Manager (180000003K)....
From Nintendo - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 23:15:12 GMT - View all Redmond, WA jobs
          Big Data Developer (Spark and Scala) - Diverse Lynx - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Role Description: 5+ years of software engineering background. 2+ Development experience in Big Data technologies Spark and Scala. (If a candidate has good...
From Diverse Lynx - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 03:33:53 GMT - View all Redmond, WA jobs
          Big Data analysis identifies new cancer risk genes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Center for Genomic Regulation) Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona developed a new method to systematically identify genes contributing to heritable cancer risk. Their work, which is published in Nature Communications, is a success story for data sharing and openness in science. Just three researchers identified new cancer genes only using publically available data. (Source: EurekAlert! - Cancer)

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          Sr Software Engineer ( Big Data, NoSQL, distributed systems ) - Stride Search - Los Altos, CA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience with text search platforms, machine learning platforms. Mastery over Linux system internals, ability to troubleshoot performance problems using tools...
From Stride Search - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 06:48:29 GMT - View all Los Altos, CA jobs
          Strumenti Big Data: i 10 migliori da avere per il 2018      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Strumenti Big Data
Oltre alle tendenze a cui guardare segnaliamo i 10 migliori strumenti Big Data del 2018 che potrebbero esservi utili, ognuno di loro offre un vantaggio di specifico per usare i big data in azienda. I big data sono stati un punto di svolta per le organizzazioni di tutti i settori. I Software Big Data aiutano […]

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          Senior Software Developer - Cosham - £50k - £60k      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Senior Software Developer Circa £50,000 - £60,000 plus benefits and training C#, SQL, TSQL, Asp.Net, MVC Leading Edge Technology, Big Data, Web Analytics We are seeking a Senior Software Developer with .Net experience to join a market leading company and Times top 100 employer. Combining Web Data (ethically sourced!) and Data Analytics the company create software that enables companies to identify new business marketing opportunities. This is a powerful system that leverages modern development techniques and leading edge technology to provide real-time data solutions. The team are looking for a back-end focused developer with expertise in C#, .Net, SQL Server, T-SQL and data services. Skills Required: C#, SQL / TSQL ASP.Net MVC Agile Along with a competitive salary also on offer would be genuine career progression opportunities within a market leading organisation, personalised training budget of £1,000 pa to ensure your continued professional development, superb working environment, great offices, on-site shops, restaurants, coffee-shop and nursery. If you have the skills required then please contact Tom Rayner on email or call
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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2018 -- Connected device management (CDM) platforms are used to automate the management and provision of machine to machine (M2M) module connectivity. CDM platforms are critical for providing the value added attributes in the Internet of Things (IoT) architecture. The platforms exist within Big Data, IT cloud platforms, analytics and other intelligent devices. CDM platforms act as a bridge between higher layers of architecture and the connected devices.

The growing use of cloud based technology, Big Data and analytics has stimulated the demand for these platforms. Applications developed in CDM platforms capable enough to process raw data into usable information. Additionally, CDM platforms provide insulation against direct device connection which may affect the internal architecture. Owing to this, the dependency on the CDM platforms has increased significantly.

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However, network compatibility issues, ecosystem complexity and adequate advancement in technology posses a key challenge for this market. CDM platforms offers M2M providers to add value and earn margins by selling embedded hardware and applications enablement . CDM platform are used in various industries including transportation and logistics, retail, water and wastewater, oil and gas, industrial machinery, healthcare, energy, consumer, automotive and building automation.

North America is dominating the market followed closely by Europe. The growth is attributed to the technological advancements in communication and network infrastructure. Asia-Pacific is expected to observe a significant growth in the near future. The growth is attributed to the strong IT infrastructure and deep penetration of telecommunication networks.

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Some of the key players operating in CDM platforms market include Axeda Corp., ILS Technologies LLC, ThingWorx Inc., Sierra Wireless Inc., Raco Wireless LLC, Wind River Systems Inc., Jasper Wireless Inc., Comarch S.A., Qualcomm Inc., SensorLogic Inc., Echelon Corp., Ziphany LLC, Tridium Inc., Augusta Systems Inc., Palantiri Systems Inc., Crossbow Technology Inc., nPhase LLC, Wyless Inc., Feeney Wireless LLC, Kore Telematics Inc. and Numerex Corp. among others.

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          する (suru)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
する (suru)

    Meaning: to do (irregular verb)
    Example: I study Japanese.

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  Notes:  
There are only two irregular verbs, kuru (to come) and suru (to do).

The verb "suru" is probably the most often used verb in Japanese. It is used as "to do," "to make," or "to cost". It is also combined with many nouns (of Chinese or Western origin) to make them into verbs.


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Note: visit WWWJDIC to lookup any unknown words found in the example(s)...
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  • itashimasu    (itashimasu is like a keigo (super polite, humble) version of suru)
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  • 常体 = Plain / Direct form ‾る[‾ru]
    敬体 = Polite / Distal form ‾ます [‾masu] (contributor: Amatuka)
  • Note that in textbooks outside of Japan する suru is usually introduced as an 'irregular verb'.
    However inside Japan it is referred to as サ変, also still can be used for some other verbs (e.g. 準ずる).
    Similarly the 'irregular' verb くる kuru is referred to as カ変. (contributor: Amatuka)
  • What is Shitara

    Shita is did but what is the ra for? (contributor: Popo)
  • shitara... if/when you do/did
    look at the tara entry. (contributor: dc)
  • #5004 I will do my laundry tomorrow. is 明日洗濯するよ。掃除する is to clean etc. (contributor: Miki)
  • As I understand it, したら in #5005 and した in #5892 are forms of する -- maybe they should be marked red in the examples. (contributor: balrog-kun)
  • So are suru & shiru conjugated the same? (contributor: Prof3ssor MGW)

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          Lawfare, las cárceles de la política latinoamericana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

El martes 3 de julio la jueza de la Corte Nacional de Justicia de Ecuador ordenó la captura del ex Presidente Rafael Correa bajo la acusación de ordenar el secuestro de un delincuente ecuatoriano, Fernando Balda, dentro del territorio de Colombia. Según la información oficial difundida por la secretaria de comunicaciones del gobierno de Lenin Moreno, la orden de detención será presentada a la brevedad a Interpol para solicitar su detención en Bruselas, donde vive actualmente con su familia el líder de la organización Revolución Ciudadana.

La solicitud del más alto tribunal  ecuatoriano se efectivizó cuatro días después de que el vicepresidente de los Estados Unidos, Mike Pence, concluyera su visita a Quito y –según los medios hegemónicos locales— anunciara el fin de diez años de tensas relaciones entre ambos países, el exacto periodo en el que Correa instrumentó una política autónoma de los mandatos provenientes de Washington. La solicitud de detención coincide, también, con la recepción efectuada por el actual presidente de los técnicos del FMI –raleados durante el último decenio— y el anuncio de privatización de funciones que otrora realizaba el Banco Central, como la gestión y el control del dinero electrónico.

La visita de Pence es concordante, además, con la liberalización de las importaciones que provocó una caída del 21 por ciento del superávit comercial y el consecuente deterioro del tejido productivo. Otra de las azarosas concurrencias es el anuncio –notificado por Moreno— de limitar la denominada “ley de plusvalía” que impedía la especulación económica y financiera sobre tierras en zonas urbanas, para impedir que los pobres se vean obligados a abandonar el centro de las ciudades.

También fue (aparentemente) azaroso el anuncio sobre la potencial pérdida del status de asilado de Julian Assange, el ciber-activista que se encuentra en la embajada ecuatoriana en Londres, desde que Correa se lo concediera. El gobierno de Moreno restringió hace meses –a pedido de Estados Unidos.— la comunicabilidad de Assange para evitar que continúe con su política de democratizar la información de los centros de poder internacional, desde el interior de la delegación diplomática.

Además, el último 5 de julio la cancillería de Ecuador informó que “el señor Assange debe de llegar a un entendimiento con las autoridades británicas. Ecuador es un facilitador”. Indudablemente Mike Pence fue convincente. Antes de abandonar Ecuador felicitó a Moreno por su compromiso en la lucha contra la corrupción evidenciado en el encarcelamiento –con una pena de seis años de cárcel— de su vicepresidente electo, Jorge Glas, quien se encuentra actualmente detenido en la cárcel 4 de Quito, acusado de recibir sobornos de la empresa brasileña Odebrecht.

La causa contra Glas se inició a partir de un informe provisto por el Departamento de Justicia de los Estados Unidos en el que se consignaban pagos por 33,6 millones de dólares, provenientes de la empresa brasileña, a las arcas de funcionarios y empresarios entre 2007 y 2016.

La documentación enviada por Washington arribó a los tribunales ecuatorianos pocos meses antes de la campaña electoral de 2016. La difusión de esas denuncias benefició electoralmente a la formula derechista de Guillermo Lasso y Andrés Páez, quienes –a pesar de las ayudas del norte— no lograron derrotar a la Alianza País, cuya fórmula la compartían Moreno y Glas.

El vicepresidente electo, fue uno de los funcionarios de mayor confianza de Correa cuando el gobierno expulsó de territorio ecuatoriano a la empresa brasileña Odebrecht, en 2008, por incumplimiento de las normas en el contrato para la construcción de la represa hidroeléctrica de San Francisco.

En diciembre de 2016, cuando los documentos provenientes de Washington fueron conocidos en Quito, los analistas internacionales se interrogaban sobre la obvia contradicción que suponía recibir recompensas ilegales y al mismo tiempo expulsar a quienes se suponía que eran los coimeros (por no cumplir contratos públicos).

La causa judicial por la que se ha pedido la captura de Rafael Correa se inició a partir de la denuncia del abogado Fernando Balda, que fue condenado en 2010 por injurias y calumnias contra un funcionario cercano a Correa. El mismo Balda fue sentenciado tiempo después a 12 meses de cárcel por atentar contra la seguridad del Estado. En ambos casos, para evadir la cárcel, huyó a Colombia, siendo un prófugo de la justicia ecuatoriana entre 2009 y 2010.( NE: ver http://questiondigital.com/la-sentencia-contra-correa-la-judicializacion-de-la-politica-y-la-inteligencia-colombiana/)

Balda sufrió en 2012 un intento de secuestro en Bogotá por el que culpó a integrantes de los servicios de inteligencia ecuatorianos. Tres meses después, en octubre de 2012, Balda fue deportado por Colombia hacia su país natal para dar cumplimiento a las dos sentencias de prisión inconclusas por fuga.

En el marco de un evidente acuerdo jurídico-político, los gobiernos de Colombia y Ecuador se complotaron para endosarle el intento de secuestro de Balda a Correa, partiendo de la sola declaración testimonial –sin más pruebas— de un agente policial que se desempeñaba en la Dirección General de Inteligencia de Ecuador (Raúl Chicaiza), que se encuentra detenido a disposición de la justicia de Quito. Correa ha rechazado los cargos, como una farsa en el marco de una operación de lawfare (utilización de la justicia como herramienta de persecución política, o guerra jurídica).

Ecuador, Brasil, Argentina

El neoliberalismo latinoamericano ha operativizado un nuevo dispositivo orientado a perseguir a los líderes sociales y/o políticos que se oponen al pensamiento único, diseñado en los centros financieros internacionales, como aptos y funcionales para la supervivencia de sus intereses estratégicos. La judicialización de la política se viabiliza y desarrolla en los países cuya cultura política no permite –en la actualidad— la ejecución paramilitar de dichos activistas opositores, como sucede habitualmente en Colombia, México u Honduras, donde semanalmente se asesina referentes sociales. El lawfare existe –por lo tanto— donde no se puede, aún, desaparecer o asesinar. Es un recurso que suple el exterminio.

Las características de la judicialización política represiva se asientan en una dictadura de los jueces que se asumen a sí mismos como una supra-institución que no puede ser evaluada por la sociedad civil ni rectificada por ninguno de los otros poderes.

Los socios estratégicos del lawfare son los principales medios de comunicación (generalmente monopólicos, como el Grupo Clarín en Argentina, la Red O ‘Globo en Brasil o Televisa en México), crecientemente articulados con las redes sociales, cuya Big Data es monitoreada por centrales de inteligencia, como queda en evidencia con el escándalo Cambridge Analytica/Facebook. El objetivo es la “desaparición” del enemigo político del neoliberalismo, que se instrumenta –inicialmente— mediante la deslegitimación al interior de la opinión pública, como paso previo a su judicialización.

El sambenito o comodín lingüístico, asociado a la cruzada contra los dirigentes políticos (que se atreven a enfrentarse a la lógica rentista y especulativa) es la afamada corrupción. Pasan a ser corruptxs todxs aquellxs que demandan la centralidad del Estado por sobre las trasnacionales, las empresas o las corporaciones. Son pasibles de ser judicializados quienes reivindican lo público por sobre lo mercantil y quienes establecen política de desarrollo productivo como modelos sustitutos a las aperturas comerciales, que tienden a destruir tejidos productivos locales.

Serán víctimas prioritarias del lawfare quienes consideren que hay un territorio de lo político asociado a lo valorativo, superior a la eficiencia y la lógica tecnocrática de los expertos (formados habitualmente en microclimas favorables a intereses transnacionales).

El lawfare es la superación de la imparcialidad jurídica. Es el estado de excepción al servicio de la lucha contra la centralidad del Estado y la política (equiparables ipso facto a corrupción) y la defensa del sentido común neoliberal, auto percibido como una forma de naturalidad que los populistas (progresistas, izquierdistas, justicialistas, keynesianos, etc.) desafían. Para sus detractores –los dirigentes populares— no hay presunción de inocencia porque los medios se encargan de instalar la culpabilidad con insistencia diaria y sistemática. Eso permite encarcelar preventivamente (incluso sin peligro de fuga) o instruir una causa simplemente con la denuncia testimonial de cualquier ciudadano, e imponer jueces ad hoc destruyendo todo protocolo de jurisdicción.

En Argentina, la dirigente social Milagro Sala permanece detenida hace tres años por una causa que juzga el lanzamiento de huevos al entonces diputado Morales, hoy gobernador de Jujuy. En ese gravísimo atentado, Sala no estuvo presente. Sin embargo, para su detención fue vital el testimonio de un empleado de Morales, quien indicó que Milagro alentó ese “lanzamiento de huevos”. Julio De Vido –diputado nacional electo y ex ministro de Cristina Kirchner— permanece detenido por promover mejores condiciones de vida a los trabajadores de Rio Turbio y por supuestos sobreprecios en la adquisición de gas licuado.

En ambos casos las evidencias fueron sustentadas en peritajes reconocidos como incorrectos o fraudulentos (uno de los peritos, David Cohen, fue procesado por aportar datos falsos para incriminar a los funcionarios), a pesar de lo cual no le han concedido aún la excarcelación.

Cristina Kirchner acumula tres causas estrafalarias: una ligada al memorándum de entendimiento con Irán (votado en el Congreso por más de dos centenas de legisladores de las dos Cámaras), la muerte del fiscal Nisman (en la que se busca transformar –a costa de violentar incluso las evidencias fácticas— un suicido en un homicidio) e imputaciones (risibles) ligadas a la gestión de los hoteles familiares, en el sur del país, que estaban a cargo de administradores autónomos. Carlos Zannini (ex Secretario Legal y Técnico) y Luis D’Elía (dirigente social) permanecieron 100 días en prisión preventiva por el primero de los delitos imputados a CFK. Fernando Esteche permanece encarcelado por esa misma causa, sin fecha de inicio del juicio oral y público.

En Brasil, Lula fue condenado a 13 años de prisión en el marco de una causa conocida como Lava Jato, en la que se lo acusó de “corrupción pasiva” por la tenencia de un “apartamento triplex en Guarujá”, cuya titularidad pertenece a otra persona, lugar en el que nunca vivió ni habitó ningún día de su vida. Para condenarlo, el juez de primera instancia Sergio Moro tuvo en cuenta la evidencia de un mail y un testimonio y desechó a 73 testigos que negaron la “ocupación del departamento por parte de Lula”. La contracara de esta escena es que el máximo responsable del esquema de corrupción al interior de América Latina –por coimas distribuidas por valores superiores a los 300 millones de dólares—, Marcelo Odebrecht, CEO de su empresa, permanece en arresto domiciliario desde el 17 de diciembre último gracias a delaciones premiadas brindadas a la justicia.

Tácticas de guerra

El lawfare tiene particularidades en relación con la prisión preventiva. La mayoría de las constituciones de América Latina la habilitan –en la etapa de instrucción— tan solo cuando el acusado puede obstruir la investigación de la causa de la que es imputado o si existe una posibilidad de fuga. La supervivencia del neoliberalismo ha necesitado tergiversar esa doctrina para encarcelar preventivamente como mensaje mediático disciplinador (un ex vicepresidente en pijama y esposado pasa a expresar el éxtasis del lawfare comunicacional).

En todos los casos de las detenciones preventivas –incluso la causa por la que está detenido Lula, dado que aún no hay sentencia firme, porque está presentada la apelación— los jueces no han explicado los motivos que justifican dichas detenciones en el marco de los potenciales peligros de fuga u obstrucciones de las investigaciones. Ergo: marche preso.

El concepto de lawfare fue generado por el general estadounidense, asesor del Pentágono, Charles Dunlap,  quien lo definió como la táctica para utilizar la ley como medio para lograr un objetivo militar. Se trata  de transformar “códigos legales en balas”. El lawfare es menos letal, más económico, pero –en muchas oportunidades— más efectivo qie acciones militares planificadas. Su principio deviene de tratar de dar una apariencia de legalidad a la excepcionalidad, a la persecución y al hostigamiento. Es ajeno al sistema democrático porque lo sustituye. Elige quién no tiene que participar en él y quién debe ser excluido. Promueve el descrédito mediático a través de la utilización del tiempo jurídico: la condena no es lo importante sino el trayecto; puede resultar inocente pero la instrucción debe ocupar las primeras planas para deslegitimar una carrera y –sobre todo— el vínculo del dirigente con los sectores sociales más desfavorecidos, sobre el que hay que imponer el máximo de inversión comunicacional mediática y de redes sociales.

*Sociólogo, doctor en Ciencias Económicas, analista senior del Centro Latinoamericano de Análisis Estratégico (CLAE, www.estrategia.la).

 

        

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Hervé Le Crosnier

Titre : Humanités numériques - Culture numérique : introduction, première partie
Intervenant : Hervé Le Crosnier
Lieu : Université de Caen Normandie - Centre d'enseignement multimédia universitaire
Date : septembre 2017
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Cours de Culture numérique dans le cadre de la Licence Humanités parcours Humanités numériques.

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On m’a demandé un challenge qui est d’arriver en un peu moins de deux heures, parce qu’on va faire une petite pause quand même, à introduire ce que sont, ce que peut être la culture numérique.

Définir la culture numérique

J’ai choisi comme première image de cette définition quelqu’un qui vient de changer de statut : vous savez que Mario [personnage du jeu vidéo de Nintendo] n’est plus plombier, que c’est toute votre jeunesse qui est en train de disparaître.

Pourquoi parler de Mario en culture numérique ? Parce qu’en fait la culture numérique c’est à la fois une culture générale pour le 21e siècle, nous allons le voir par la suite, mais c’est aussi de la pop culture ou de la pop philosophie. Il ne se passe un jour sans que, en ouvrant un journal, en regardant une télévision, on ne s’aperçoive qu’il y a des questions numériques qui sont posées dans toutes les interventions. Ce matin Le Temps, le grand journal de Genève, titrait à sa une « Comment l’agriculture suisse se met au numérique ». Vous voyez ! Tous les sujets aujourd’hui sont complètement confrontés à cette question du numérique. Et en même temps pour nous, pour nos pratiques quotidiennes, le numérique c’est plus proche de Mario, c’est plus proche des jeux, c’est plus proche de notre usage du téléphone, des médias sociaux, etc.

Ce qui est une difficulté aussi pour parler de la culture numérique c’est, bien évidemment, que vous êtes plongés dedans. Vous êtes plongés dedans et vous avez l’impression, donc, qu’il n’y a rien à apprendre puisque vous êtes déjà plongés ; vous savez très bien vous servir de Snapchat1, peut-être même mieux que moi parce que je n’aime pas Snapchat. Donc voilà ! À quoi ça sert d’apprendre la culture numérique ?

Donc ça va être un peu l’objectif aujourd’hui, c’est de vous montrer qu’il faut qu’on arrive à comprendre que derrière chaque activité numérique – vous en faites, j’en fais, et ce ne sont pas forcément les mêmes, et des tas de gens, vous avez vu donc les agriculteurs suisses sont en train de s’y mettre, ils font des activités numériques, mais ce ne sont pas forcément les mêmes – il y a toute une série d’enjeux qui se retrouvent parmi toutes ces activités. Donc ce qui est important c’est d’être capable de regarder la culture numérique ; non pas apprendre comment on s’en sert mais apprendre selon quel angle de vue on peut analyser les phénomènes numériques qui se déroulent sous nos yeux, qui forgent, vous le savez bien, la société d’aujourd’hui. Vous n’êtes pas sans savoir que le président du pays le plus riche et le plus actif dans le monde a mené la campagne sur Twitter et sur Facebook et donc vous savez bien qu’en fait toutes nos activités passent maintenant par les réseaux numériques.

Angles de vue

Après il faut le regarder selon plusieurs angles de vue :

  • il y a un angle économique ; je pense qu’on ne peut pas oublier que derrière il y a de l’économie ; que parmi les entreprises les plus riches de la planète, parmi les dix premières, il y en a sept qui viennent du monde numérique. On ne peut pas non plus ignorer ce que ça représente, c’est-à-dire qu’il y a un marché, je vais y revenir tout à l’heure. Donc à partir du moment où il y a beaucoup d’argent, il faut bien que quelqu’un donne cet argent et, en même temps, pour la majeure partie de vos activités, vous avez l’impression que c’est gratuit. Donc ça pose quand même là une question de la nature même de cette économie du numérique ;
  • il y a un angle de vue social. Social aux deux sens du mot : vos relations sociales et puis le social, les conditions de travail, l’avenir du travail, le remplacement je n’y crois pas trop, mais au moins la modification du travail par l’apport de l’intelligence artificielle et des robots ;
  • il y a l’aspect de la culture. La culture au sens traditionnel, la culture lettrée, je vais y revenir un peu tout à l’heure, comment est-ce qu’elle est profondément modifiée par l’irruption du numérique ;
  • il y a un angle de vue politique, bien évidemment. Vous savez certainement que Mark Zuckerberg, le fondateur de Facebook, est en train de préparer sa campagne électorale de 2020 ;
  • il y a un angle de vue historique. Alors là je sais que j’ai du mal, parce que vous êtes en plus des jeunes qui sortez du lycée, à faire passer que tous ces appareils numériques que vous utilisez au quotidien sont en réalité très récents. Pour vous, vous êtes nés avec Google donc c’est un peu plus compliqué, mais pour une grande partie des gens ce sont des choses qui ont eu une histoire. Et retourner sur l’histoire, se poser des questions sur comment on en est arrivé là, c’est souvent un bon moyen de comprendre ce qu’on peut faire à partir d’aujourd’hui pour préparer demain ;
  • il y a un aspect de géopolitique, c’est-à-dire qu’il y a un rééquilibrage du monde qui se fait au travers des usages numériques et il ne faut pas l’oublier. Je vais y revenir aussi, tous ces éléments-là ;
  • et enfin il y a des aspects pratiques. Quelles sont les pratiques au quotidien, ce que font les gens, en fait, avec leurs appareils numériques ?

Objectifs

Mais derrière, il ne suffit pas d’avoir plusieurs points de vue, plusieurs angles de vue pour analyser l’objet « culture numérique », il faut aussi avoir des objectifs. Quel est l’objectif de la culture numérique ? À quoi ça va servir ?

J’ai mis en tête l’émancipation. Comme toute culture, elle sert principalement à favoriser l’autonomie des gens : ils deviennent autonomes en comprenant le monde dans lequel ils sont plongés.

Comprenant, moi j’ai écrit critique. Pourquoi la critique ? La critique ce n’est pas forcément dire du mal. La critique c’est avoir un regard en recul ; je me recule, je regarde et je dis « Ah ben là, ça c’est bien, ça c’est moins bien. Ça avance aux intérêts de x ou aux intérêts de y ; les intérêts de x et y ne sont pas tout à fait les mêmes. Je ne suis pas convaincu que les intérêts de l’usager de Facebook soient les mêmes que ceux de Mark Zuckerberg ; je ne suis pas convaincu que les intérêts de l’usager de Google soient les mêmes que ceux des dirigeants de Google.

L’autre objectif c’est l’influence et l’influence c’est l’objectif qu’ont, en fait, tous les gens qui vont financer la culture numérique, qui vont financer des outils numériques. Ils ont un objectif d’influence, je vais y revenir, j’appelle ça l’industrie de l’influence.

Il y en a d’autres qui ont un objectif marketing. C’est-à-dire ils regardent la culture numérique, ils produisent des livres très intéressants sur la culture numérique, sur les pratiques des gens, sur leurs usages, sur leur capacité à suivre un système numérique et donc, finalement, à verser de l’argent, à verser leur obole à cette immense économie, mais ils le font du point de vue de l’incitation du contrôle sur l’usager. Donc ce que j’appelle l’approche marketing.

Enfin, il y a une approche de citoyenneté, c’est-à-dire à partir du moment où on est d’accord avec les prémisses que j’ai posées tout à l’heure, c’est-à-dire le fait que nous sommes plongés dans le monde numérique, ce n’est plus aujourd’hui un outil qui nous est extérieur, qu’on mobiliserait de temps en temps ; ce n’est pas un ordinateur qui est dans une grande salle blanche et qui nous sert pour faire les calculs pour envoyer un homme sur la lune. Non, non, c’est un monde qui existe, dans lequel nous sommes plongés et donc que devient la citoyenneté ? Et dans cet aspect de citoyenneté que devient la citoyenneté mondiale ?

Là aussi, un autre aspect. Vous rentrez à l’université, vous allez débuter en culture numérique, vous allez travailler des humanités numériques, je vous conseille de penser la mondialisation ; penser le monde comme un seul monde et, dans ce cadre-là, de tenir compte à la fois des conflits, des divergences, mais aussi des convergences, des pratiques communes.

Digital Natives

Autre mythe qu’il faut évacuer, peut-être dès le début, c’est celui des digital natives. Cette idée que vous, parce que vous êtes nés à l’époque où ça existait déjà, vous sauriez parfaitement vous débrouiller avec les appareils numériques. Ça c’est un mythe marketing et on comprend très bien qui a intérêt à développer ce mythe-là : ce sont tous ceux qui vous vendent l’informatique magique ; c’est-à-dire tous ceux qui disent : « Il n’y a pas de problème, c’est facile. Faites et ne vous posez pas de questions ! Oubliez l’aspect critique de la culture numérique, de vous poser des questions : comment ça marche ? Pourquoi ça marche ? Qui gagne quelque chose quand ça marche ? Qu’est-ce qu’on me cache quand ça marche ? Qu’est-ce que je ne peux pas faire qui est aussi important que de savoir ce qu’on peut faire ? » Donc ce mythe des digital natives.

Il y a un autre mythe c’est de croire qu’il y a uniformité des gens à cause de leur âge. Mais non, vous êtes tous différents ici. En plus ici vous êtes relativement homogènes : vous êtes une classe de L1 en Lettres à l’université de Caen, c’est relativement homogène. Mais à l’échelle de l’ensemble des pratiques de la jeunesse, dans notre pays, en Europe, dans le monde entier, il y a d’énormes différences et d’énormes contradictions.

Enfin, j’aime beaucoup la phrase de Eszter Hargittai que j’ai mise en bas des diapositives qui dit qu’on a plus souvent à faire à « des naïfs du numérique » qu’à des « natifs du numérique ».

À ce propos je voulais dire que les diapositives vous seront accessibles. Elles seront sur le site du CEMU, après vous pourrez les retrouver.

[Projection d’un extrait d’une vidéo]

Je voudrais vous faire deviner ce qui se passe dans cette vidéo. À votre avis qu’est-ce que se passe là ?

Pokémon. Ouais, exactement. On est à New-York et ce sont tous ces gens il y a un an ; un an ! Vous vous rendez compte ; un siècle ! Ça s’est passé il y a un an et on n’en parle plus aujourd’hui, mais à l’époque vous étiez tous en train de lancer vos Pokéballs sur le prof parce qu’il avait un gros Pokémon d’écrit sur le ventre.

Donc on est quand même là aussi dans cette pop culture numérique qui est de comprendre deux choses :

  • la première c’est qu’il n’y a plus de distinction entre le monde réel et le monde virtuel. C’est ça que nous a montré Pokémon Go, c’est-à-dire l’idée que quand vous regardez le monde réel, au même endroit il y a des éléments virtuels qui se mettent en place ;
  • et le deuxième élément c’est l’importance des cartes dans la géographie du numérique. C’est-à-dire à l’intérieur du numérique la majeure partie des applications aujourd’hui sont liées à de la géolocalisation. Où êtes-vous avec l’appareil que vous utilisez ? Et comment on va gérer avec vous les déplacements de votre appareil et donc de vous-même par voie de conséquence ?

Enfin, il y a peut-être une troisième leçon, c’est qu’en un an on a oublié. C’était sympa Pokémon Go il y a un an ; aujourd’hui on a complètement oublié !

En même temps l’économie qui a été générée, les bénéfices de Nintendo, etc., tout ça continue d’exister et va se répercuter sur d’autres jeux, d’autres éléments, d’autres succès, donc on est non seulement dans une industrie de la pop culture, mais on est aussi dans une industrie de la mode.

Culture

La culture. Culture ! Culture on en parle. Le terme de culture a deux sens, en fait.

C’est une notion anthropologique. Qu’est-ce qui fait qu’on a une culture commune qui se manifeste par exemple dans la manière de manger, dans le type de plats que l’on déguste, dans le type de poésie, dans la vivacité ou la lenteur de l’ensemble de nos activités, etc., qui forment des groupes homogènes ? Ça c’est un aspect anthropologique et on voit bien que la culture numérique a à voir avec cet aspect-là, avec l’aspect de nos pratiques, de l’uniformisation de nos pratiques au travers des outils numériques, du type d’échanges et de contacts, de réseau social qui va se mettre en place.

Et la deuxième interprétation, la deuxième acception de la culture, c’est une notion lettrée. On a la culture lettrée. Mais on voit bien là aussi avec le numérique qu’on a à la fois l’ancienne culture lettrée qui devient numérisée, y compris la musique classique, la numérisation des livres, toute cette activité, les radios qui deviennent des podcasts et ainsi de suite, donc la numérisation de l’ancienne activité de culture lettrée, mais aussi, et ça c’est tout aussi intéressant peut-être même beaucoup plus, l’émergence d’une nouvelle culture lettrée, de nouvelles pratiques, de nouvelles manières d’échanger, de nouvelles vidéos, de nouveaux podcasts justement faits par des gens, les youtubeurs, les podcasteurs ; enfin vous voyez, toute une série de nouvelles cultures qu’on pourrait appeler aussi un développement de la culture participative parce que la majeure partie de cette nouvelle culture qui émerge de l’Internet est d’emblée quelque chose de collectif, quelque chose qui se passe par le réseau et qui interagit entre le spectateur et l’émetteur de culture.

Peut-être le grand basculement pour la culture lettrée, c’est qu’il n’y a plus quelqu’un qui est en haut de l’estrade et qui parle à un public, mais il y a une interaction permanente entre les émetteurs de culture, donc les gens qui font du son, de la musique, de la vidéo, du texte, etc., et les récepteurs de la culture qui ne sont plus considérés comme des individus passifs ; donc ce qu’on appelle la culture participative.

La longue traîne

Dernier point dans mon introduction un peu générale, c’est peut-être une courbe qui me semble très importante à garder en tête pour l’ensemble des cours de culture numérique que vous allez avoir cette année. Cette courbe-là : en abscisse, vous avez le rang ; ici, il y a le morceau de musique le plus écouté, puis un peu moins écouté, puis un peu moins écouté, et puis là il y a tous les morceaux de musique très peu écoutés ; ce sont les rangs, l’ordre, le premier jusqu’au dernier. Et puis en ordonnée c’est le nombre de fois que le morceau de musique a été écouté, la fréquence.

Et on peut distinguer sur une telle courbe trois zones très simples :

  • il y a une zone de l’audience ; presque tout le monde écoute les mêmes morceaux de musique au même moment. Presque tout le monde lit les mêmes livres au même moment, on appelle ça des best-sellers. Presque tout le monde regarde les mêmes films au même moment, ce sont les blockbusters et ainsi de suite. Donc il y a une zone qui va concentrer, en fait, l’ensemble de l’activité culturelle ;
  • il y a une autre zone, qu’on appelle la zone de la longue traîne, qui consiste en énormément d’activité culturelle, de livres, de disques, de films, de textes, de blogs, mais qui sont lus par un nombre relativement faible de personnes. Donc c’est une longue traîne, sur lesquels, en fait, on a tendance à penser qu’il faudrait être le Zorro de la culture, c’est-à-dire qu’il faudrait dire « Ah ouais, c’est scandaleux, il faut les monter ! » Non ! Plus vous allez faire monter les gens de la longue traîne et plus la traîne va s’allonger parce que d’autres personnes vont se mettre à écrire, à faire de la musique, à tout ça. Elle restera toujours : c’est indispensable pour la valeur de la culture qu’il y ait de la diversité culturelle, donc qu’il y ait cette longue traîne. C’est aussi indispensable pour la culture numérique, celle dont je vous dis qu’il y a une relation entre l’émetteur de culture et le récepteur, que les amateurs puissent se servir des appareils numériques. Qu’il y ait donc des blogs faits par des amateurs, qu’il y ait de la vidéo faite par des amateurs, qu’il y ait de la musique faite par des amateurs, qu’il y ait des photographies faites par des amateurs et ainsi de suite. Ils n’espèrent globalement pas être lus, avoir une économie, mais bien être présents et construire cette culture participative ;
  • et puis entre les deux il y a la zone de la diversité culturelle. Disons que comme il y a suffisamment de gens qui vont regarder, écouter, lire, on peut espérer qu’il y a une économie derrière et que ça va favoriser. Là, globalement, ce sont des gens dont entend parler mais qui ne sont pas dans le Top 50 : Des films qu’on va voir quand même, les films d’art et d’essai, des trucs comme ça. C’est sur cette zone-là qu’il faut penser des politiques culturelles. Ce n’est pas la peine de les penser sur la zone de l’audience, là le marché se débrouille très bien, et sur la zone de la longue traîne non plus ; il faut trouver des modèles économiques pour cette longue traîne, mais ce sont presque des modèles au cas par cas.

Et il faut toujours garder cette idée en tête. Quand on parle d’une culture quelconque, en fait on a tendance à se focaliser tous spontanément sur cette zone de l’audience où il y a énormément d’écoute de très peu, en réalité, de productions culturelles, ou bien à être sur la longue traîne. Mais la chose importante c’est peut-être l’entre deux.

Séisme

Sur ces éléments d’introduction, maintenant je voudrais dire à quel point l’irruption du numérique a provoqué un séisme, c’est-à-dire globalement, toutes les activités ont été touchées par l’irruption du numérique. Les industries sont modifiées : regardez tout à l’heure pour la photographie. Il y a des nouvelles industries, ce qu’on appelle les pure players, Google, Facebook, Amazon ; ce ne sont pas des petits rigolos ; ce sont des gens qui viennent sur le numérique et qui, à partir de ça, vont disrupter, c’est le terme à la mode, donc vont modifier, en réalité, les industries qui étaient déjà en place, les modèles aussi d’usage qui étaient déjà en place.

Il y a des rapports de force mondiaux qui sont modifiés. Là aussi, la montée en puissance de l’Asie dans le numérique est quelque chose d’absolument exceptionnel, j’y reviendrai tout à l’heure.

Et puis il y a des rapports de force politiques. Je vous disais tout à l’heure, si vous avez remarqué, dans les dix dernières années la plupart des gens qui ont été élus ont commencé par l’annoncer sur Twitter avant de l’annoncer à la télévision. C’est quand même un changement assez radical.

Photographie

[Projection d’une publicité Kodak Instamatic]

« Vacances. Instants magiques. Souvenirs magnifiques. Instamatic. Oh ! Chargeur super pratique. Quelques secondes et clic. Instamatic. Ah ! Clic couleurs féeriques. En noir et blanc classique. Instamatic. Ah ! Pratique clair électrique. Pour un seul flash cubique. Instamatic. C’est photo fantastique, un appareil unique. Instamatic. Ah ! Ah ! Ah ! Clic ! Clac ! Clic ! Clac ! Clic ! Clac ! Merci Kodak ! »

Hervé Le Crosnier : Voilà. Donc là on est 1963, c’était la publicité de l’Instamatic de Kodak. Kodak, il faut vous rendre compte que c’était la plus grande entreprise mondiale du 20e siècle. Toutes les familles avaient un Kodak chez elles pour prendre les photos de l’album famille. C’était l’industrie qui servait à tout le monde, qui était l’industrie de la joie, celle du souvenir, celle de la manière dont on allait garder trace du passé.

[Projection d’une publicité pour l'iPhone]

Maintenant tout a changé et vous remarquerez que dans cette publicité pour l’iPhone, les premiers gestes sont de faire des selfies, c’est-à-dire de se prendre soi-même dans toutes les circonstances, toutes les situations, avec une massivité de la production de photos, avec la création de collections aussi ; donc on peut gérer à ce moment-là plusieurs photos en collections. Et puis l’aspect d’immédiateté de la photographie : là où auparavant il fallait développer un film, ce qui prenait beaucoup de temps, là où aujourd’hui on la regarde presque immédiatement et on la pose sur Facebook à peu près aussi vite. Donc on est dans une situation ! Et Kodak n’existe plus. Et Kodak n’existe plus ! Un élément important donc, une industrie majeure qui vient de disparaître : en dix ans Kodak a disparu !

Rupture

Cette industrie aime la rupture. Vous avez ici Steve Jobs ; je vous propose d’écouter le début de son intervention ; Steve Jobs est un homme de spectacle.

[Projection de la vidéo, en anglais, Steve Jobs Introducing The iPhone At MacWorld 2007]

Steve Jobs : This is a day I’ve looking forward to for two-and-a-half years. [Applaudissements]

Hervé le Crosnier : C’est en anglais, je ne saurais trop vous dire, vous êtes en L1 apprenez l’anglais, vous ne pouvez pas faire autrement.

Steve Jobs : Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything and Apple has been, well, first of all, one’s very fortunate if you get to work on just one of these in your career. has been, well, first of all, one’s very fortunate if you get to. It's been able to introduce a few of these in the world. In 1984, we introduced the Macintosh. It didn't just change Apple, it changed the whole computer industry. [Applaudissements]

Hervé le Crosnier : Grosso modo, il a eu la chance de faire des produits révolutionnaires qui ont changé le monde tout le temps. Donc les gens sont contents quand ils font un produit révolutionnaire, mais Apple a eu la chance de le faire plusieurs fois, à commencer par, en 1984, le Macintosh qui introduisait l’informatique individuelle réellement accessible à tout le monde.

Steve Jobs : In 2001 we introduced the first iPod and it didn’t change the way we all listen music ; it changed the entire music industry.

Hervé le Crosnier : Le iPod que vous avez eu quand vous étiez enfant.

Steve Jobs : Well today we're introducing three revolutionary products of this class. The first one is a widescreen iPod with touch controls. [Applaudissements]

Hervé le Crosnier : Alors les gens qui applaudissent, c’est très intéressant, ce sont des journalistes. En principe on n’applaudit pas quand on est journaliste, on enquête. La puissance de la société du spectacle chez Apple est d’avoir transformé les journalistes en confrères, en amis, en réseau de soutien à leur propre activité.

Steve Jobs : The second is a revolutionary mobile and the third is a breakthrough Internet communications device. So three things, wide-screen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough Internet communications device.

Hervé le Crosnier : Le spectacle continue.

Steve Jobs : An iPod, a phone and an Internet communicator. An iPod, a phone, are you getting this? These are not three separate devices, this is one device and we are calling it iPhone. [Applaudissements]

Hervé le Crosnier : Donc voilà. J’interromps ici parce que la présentation continue. Mais je trouve que c’est très important de mesurer cette proximité entre le spectacle de la technologie et l’avancée de la technologie. La culture numérique, justement, a pour raison d’être de nous permettre de ne pas être victimes de ce qu’on appelle le déterminisme technologique, de croire que c’est la technologie qui va changer le monde ; mais c’est l’usage rendu possible par la technologie qui change le monde. Donc à partir de ce moment-là, il y a la nécessité de décrire cet usage, de le faire vivre et ça, c’est de l’ordre du spectacle.

Effectivement Steve Jobs et derrière lui Apple, était un grand, comment on dit, une vedette du spectacle.

Cette photo maintenant est pour introduire l’autre aspect dont je vous ai un peu parlé tout à l’heure qui est celui de la mondialisation. Nous sommes là sur un marché au nord du Vietnam, les gens sont les Hmong des couleurs en habits traditionnels mais ils ont tous un téléphone mobile à la main. Le Wi-fi est partout et ils peuvent communiquer en permanence.

Géopolitique

Donc là, bien se rendre compte que ce n’est plus l’apanage des pays riches d’être dotés d’outils de communication – ce n’est pas forcément les mêmes outils de communication, avec des règles adaptées à chaque niveau de vie –, mais aujourd’hui c’est devenu un outil.

On a longtemps pensé que les pays asiatiques étaient l’usine à bas coût sur laquelle on faisait fabriquer des appareils qui étaient designés, qui étaient conçus dans les pays du Nord. C’est fini ! C’est fini ! Aujourd’hui les plus avancés sur les usages sont à trouver en Chine. En Chine, plus de 50 % des gens payent avec leur téléphone mobile, avec deux entreprises qui s’appellent Alibaba avec Alipay et Tencent-WeChat.
Donc je voudrais vous mettre en garde sur la vision occidentalo-centrée de l’Internet et des nouvelles technologies. C’est un mythe qui a été développé en particulier par un grand discours très connu de Al Gore en 1994 à Buenos-Aires, où il disait que les autoroutes de l’information avaient comme modèle et comme cœur les États-Unis, ce qui s’était fait aux États-Unis. C’est fini et radicalement fini ! Pourtant les journalistes continuent à parler des GAFA, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple. C’est vrai , ce sont quatre grands costauds ; on pourrait rajouter Twitter, Microsoft, mais surtout ils sont à peine plus costauds aujourd’hui que les géants asiatiques qui émergent, notamment Alibaba qui fait du commerce électronique mais qui fait aussi du paiement, qui fait de la messagerie. Tiens la messagerie !

En Chine, l’outil principal c’est la messagerie et c’est à l’intérieur de la messagerie qu’on va faire des achats, qu’on va payer, qu’on va s’échanger de l’argent, etc. En Europe, c’est le navigateur : on va regarder sur son navigateur, même si c’est celui de son téléphone mobile, pour trouver les sites qui vont nous permettre d’acheter, d’échanger, les réseaux sociaux, etc. Donc là c’est une première divergence importante.

Donc Alibaba, très fort. Tencent avec Wechat qui est le système de blog qui doit être le plus gros système de blog de la planète. Et puis Baidu qui fait de la recherche documentaire, qui fait des voitures autonomes intelligentes, Baidu qui est, en fait, l’équivalent chinois de Google.

Donc il faut qu’on arrête de penser occidentalo-centré ; il faut regarder le développement de l’Internet à l’échelle du monde et peut-être certainement demain le développement de nouvelles formes de l’Internet qui émergeront en Afrique.

Multilinguisme

Et un dernier point sur cette mondialisation c’est arrêter de penser l’Internet comme étant monolingue, voire bilingue avec l’anglais. Aujourd’hui, la langue la plus parlée sur Internet c’est le chinois. Vous me direz c’est facile, n’importe quoi que font les Chinois c’est d’un seul coup la chose qui est la plus réalisée au monde ! Vous croyez tous que c’est le foot qui est le sport le plus pratiqué. Non, c’est le volley-ball parce que les Chinois font du volley-ball.

Donc voilà. Il faut penser des langues. Vous êtes en plus de jeunes étudiants, continuez à faire des langues ! Je vous assure, c’est la voie de l’avenir, c’est peut-être la chose la plus importante que vous pouvez faire c’est acquérir un maximum de capacités à échanger dans les langues de l’Internet, enfin toutes les langues qui se pratiquent sur Internet ; il y a 280 langues pour l’encyclopédie Wikipédia.

Société des calculs

Dernier aspect. Nous sommes en train d’entrer dans une société des calculs. On assiste à un changement assez radical. La majeure partie des activités sont calculées. Pas comme quelqu’un qui t’a calculé, non, quelqu’un qui fait des calculs sur l’ensemble de ton activité. Il y a un excellent petit livre de Dominique Cardon qui s’appelle À quoi rêvent les algorithmes ? qui essaye de montrer ce basculement très important de qu’est-ce qu’on peut calculer, en fait, sur une personne ? On dit qu’on fait des algorithmes qui calculent, mais qu’est-ce qu’on calcule ? Et on ne calcule pas toujours la même chose. On peut calculer la popularité : combien de personnes ont liké votre post sur Facebook ? Combien de personnes sont venues voir tel et tel site ? Voilà.

Ça, ça a une conséquence, c’est que si la popularité est importante, on va faire des clicbaits. Clicbaits, ce sont des pages entières qui ne disent pas grand-chose mais qui ont un titre qui donne envie d’aller cliquer dessus. C’est tout ce que fait BuzzFeed, le nom m’échappe, Konbini et tout ça. Et là aussi, prendre du recul face à ce type de sites c’est comprendre qu’en fait ce sont des attrape-mouches : c’est du miel pour nous coincer à l’intérieur de leur bulle, mais ça n’est pas un système d’information, ni un système d’échange, ni un système de partage. Par contre c’est une certaine logique économique qui a des effets importants, on y reviendra tout à l’heure, en termes politiques.

Une des choses qu’on peut calculer, c’est l’autorité. Auteur et autorité, vous remarquez que c’est la même racine. Qu’est-ce qui fait qu’une œuvre peut avoir de l’autorité même si elle a moins de popularité ? C’est parce que, en fait, les gens qui savent vont s’y référer. Un des éléments de classement, un parce qu’il y en plusieurs, un des éléments de classement des résultats par Google, c’est de faire monter en tête les articles, les pages, les vidéos dont d’autres personnes, qui ont pris soin, pas n’importe qui qui est venu voir, pas seulement des spectateurs, mais des gens qui ont pris le soin de faire eux-mêmes une page de blog, une page Facebook, etc., auront pointé vers ces documents-là. Ça veut dire que plus il y a de gens qui pointent vers un document, non pas de gens qui vont voir — popularité —, mais des gens qui se donnent le temps d’écrire quelque chose et de pointer vers un document, ce document va avoir, lui, de l’autorité.

Il y a la réputation. Ah la réputation ! Je suis sûr qu’on vous en a parlé au lycée. On vous a dit que si vous mettez une photo de vous en train de faire la fête, vous ne trouverez jamais de travail ! Ce à quoi d’autres répondent en disant : « Je suis employeur, je regarde votre Facebook ! Vous ne faites jamais la fête ! Moi je ne veux pas de vous ! » On ne sait pas ! La notion même de réputation change avec le temps. Moi, quand j’étais jeune on disait que les jeunes filles qui avaient une mini-jupe avaient une mauvaise réputation et que les garçons qui avaient les cheveux longs, comme moi, avaient une mauvaise réputation. La preuve on a toujours continué et puis on s’est arrangé.

Donc il y a cet aspect de quel est le type de réputation qu’on peut avoir à l’intérieur d’un réseau numérique ? Et derrière, cette réputation on ne l’a pas ; on se la fabrique. Donc comment vous allez jouer dans ce spectacle qu’est le monde numérique pour obtenir votre réputation ? Et pas seulement la subir, l’obtenir ! Parce que malheureusement il y a les cas où on subit sa mauvaise réputation ; c’est ce qu’on appelle le harcèlement ou le cyberharcèlement. D’accord ? Donc il faut éviter d’arriver de se retrouver en situation de subir sa réputation mais de la créer soi-même. Ça, ça implique des fois d’aller fouiller un peu sur comment c’est calculé cette réputation. Qu’est-ce qui fait qu’on vous propose dans la liste des amis que vous pourriez peut-être avoir sur Facebook ou sur Twitter. On vous propose. Ah, si on vous propose c’est bien que vous aviez défini un certain espace qui peut matcher. Pire encore, les sites de rencontre. Pourquoi on vous propose ? Qu’est-ce qui fait que ça a des chances de matcher ? Quel est l’algorithme et comment fonctionne-t-il ? C’est devenu une question indispensable pour être autonome dans la société numérique.

Mégadonnées

Enfin, le dernier aspect de la société des calculs c’est de prédire en fonction de traces : ce que vous avez fait m’incite à penser que vous allez faire telle chose demain. C’est ce qu’on appelle les mégadonnées, big data. Alors le terme officiel français c’est mégadonnées, moi je le trouve très beau mais visiblement c’est big data qui a gagné sur le marché. Voilà ! Le marché de la langue c’est comme le reste.

C’est quoi les big data. Je trouve que l’exemple qui est là est très bien, c’est vous avez quelqu’un qui fait du vélo et qui donc achète des pizzas et puis des salades. Et il y a quelqu’un qui fait de la course à pied à côté et lui il achète des pizzas, des salades, mais aussi une certaine boisson soft drink, et donc d’un seul coup on s’aperçoit que celui qui fait du vélo ne l’a pas dans son panier, alors on va lui recommander. On a un algorithme de recommandation. Voilà comment marchent la plupart des choses issues des mégadonnées. On regarde une catégorie de gens, on essaye de définir quels sont les critères qui les définissent. On dit « eh bien si ces deux catégories de gens sont proches, alors ce qui est acheté par la catégorie-ci a des chances d’intéresser », donc on va le recommander à d’autres. Donc on a là une espèce d’homogénéisation des gens à partir de pratiques individuelles.

Les tenants des mégadonnées oublient qu’en fait il y a des phénomènes de groupe. Parce qu’on ne sait pas calculer, on ne sait pas organiser le calcul des phénomènes de groupe. Les phénomènes de groupe ça peut être les associations, les partis, les syndicats, les groupes de théâtre, enfin tous les phénomènes de groupe, les groupes scolaires, voilà ! Le prof on l’aime ou on ne l’aime pas et souvent ce n’est pas une question individuelle, c’est quelque chose qui se crée à l’intérieur du groupe des élèves et des étudiants.

Donc on a un problème philosophique, épistémologique important, c’est qu’on a tout un système de calculs qui a comme objectif de nous recommander, donc de nous influencer, alors même qu’il est basé sur des comportements individuels ; mais la réalité des humains c’est que ce sont des individus sociaux.

Donc on a là toute une contradiction qui n’est pas résolue en termes de la pensée du système, sauf pour ceux qui croient, selon le mot de Margaret Thatcher : « Thre is no such thing as a society  » : une société ça n’existe pas ; ce sont des individus qui se coordonnent et qui voient chacun leur intérêt personnel. Il y a effectivement une large partie des gens qui pensent ça. Je suis désolé, mais je ne suis pas cette logique-là.

Culture statistique

Juste pour terminer sur ces aspects des calculs, je crois que vous allez avoir ça en humanités numériques en tout cas, c’est le besoin d’avoir une culture statistique. C’est quoi tous ces chiffres qu’on nous balance ? Ces pourcentages sans nous dire le pourcentage de quoi ? Pourcentage sur combien de personnes ? Pourcentage sur quelle utilisation ? Etc. C’est quoi tous ces graphiques qu’on nous montre pour nous en mettre plein la vue alors que, en réalité, ils ne démontrent pas grand-chose parce qu’il manque la marge d’erreur ? Vous voyez ? Il y a toute une culture statistique qu’il est absolument nécessaire d’acquérir pour garder ce regard critique qui nous permet d’être autonomes dans la société.

Google Fashion Trends

Juste un exemple : Google Fashion Trends. Comment, à partir de l’analyse par des data scientists des requêtes qui sont faites sur Google, on a pu s’apercevoir que ça allait être vraiment trendy en 2015 les robes de tulle ?

Robes de tulle

Je ne sais pas si vous vous rappelez, en 2015 vous avez porté certainement des robes comme ça, il y en avait plein, particulièrement aux États-Unis. Et on voit sur les cartes là, en 2013 très peu en rouge, très peu de gens qui posent des requêtes là-dessus, jusqu’à ce que ça devienne, en 2015, absolument une requête standard : où est-ce que je peux acheter mes robes de tulle ? Celui qui, à partir d’avril ou mai 2014, a compris qu’il y avait un développement de ça, va être prêt en décembre ou en janvier 2015. Donc il va fabriquer la mode que les gens vont attendre : les traces permettent de prédire le futur. Donc on a cette logique-là.

Vous avez peut-être entendu récemment — puisque tout ce que je vous raconte il y a des trucs d’actualité, mais d’actualité dans les quinze derniers jours qui se réfèrent à ça — vous avez vu qu’on dit que Disney va choisir les histoires qu’il va mettre en film avec une intelligence artificielle. « Intelligence artificielle » ça veut dire un système de calculs qui va essayer, à partir d’indices, de dire « eh bien ça, ça va marcher ». Voilà.

Petite pause. Respirez. Ça va ? Je ne vais pas trop vite ? J’essaye de balayer donc je suis forcé d’aller un peu plus vite. Vous avez des conférences comme ça toutes les semaines, donc ça va vous permettre de revenir sur chacun des thèmes que j’aborde avec, des fois, un angle différent, etc.

Confiance

Là je voudrais vous parler de la confiance. Le monde numérique est un monde auquel il faut absolument faire confiance. On n’a pas le choix et ça c’est grave, parce que la confiance ça se donne et là on s’impose d’avoir confiance.

Tous les matins mon ordinateur me dit : « Il y a des mises à jour ». Oui ! Est-ce que j’ai le choix de ne pas les faire ? Pas vraiment, donc je fais la mise à jour ; je fais confiance à mon ordinateur. Oui ! Sauf que vous entendez parler aussi qu’il y a des pirates, des hackeurs, des cyberguerres, des gens qui peuvent s’immiscer à l’intérieur des réseaux, se faire passer pour quelqu’un de confiance, c’est ce qu’on appelle le phishing, le hameçonnage. Vous recevez sans arrêt des mails disant « votre carte bleue est bloquée, il faut, pour la débloquer, que vous vous connectiez, que vous donniez votre mot de passe, votre code, etc. » Donc c’est un véritable problème d’avoir une société basée sur la confiance dont la réalité est que des gens peuvent détourner cette confiance. On y reviendra tout à l’heure sur la question des fausses nouvelles, des fake news, etc.

Est-ce qu’on a le contrôle sur ses appareils ou est-ce qu’on a juste la capacité à faire confiance ? Est-ce que les gens ont pu aller vérifier ? Est-ce que d’autres gens, pas forcément vous, ont pu aller vérifier que la nouvelle version du logiciel va réellement nous apporter des améliorations ? Qu’elle ne comporte pas des bugs ou des trous de sécurité plus importants que l’ancienne version ? On n’a pas le temps ! Il faut mettre à jour, il faut faire confiance !

Économie collaborative

La confiance c’est aussi la confiance entre les personnes. Et là, il y a un nouveau secteur qui s’est développé, qu’on a appelé l’économie collaborative, qui vise, en fait, à construire cette confiance.

Vous utilisez BlaBlaCar régulièrement j’imagine. Bon, eh bien il y a la confiance ; il y a la confiance de celui qui va être passager envers celui qui va conduire la voiture. Et puis il y a la confiance de celui qui conduit la voiture vers le fait que le passager ne va pas l’agresser, qu'il va le payer à la fin, etc. La plateforme elle-même sert là pour construire la confiance.

Drivy. Quand je prête ma voiture, eh bien en fait c’est la plateforme qui l’assure ; donc elle prend un pourcentage au passage et elle construit une économie pour mettre en place de la confiance. Ce qui explique par exemple que la MAIF, un assureur, a décidé de s’engager avec l’économie collaborative pour dire « eh bien voilà c’est assuré ces histoires-là » ; il y a de la confiance qui se construit.

Oui. C’est la bonne idée de l’économie collaborative.

Et après vous voyez bien que ça peut créer Airbnb qui provoque une augmentation des loyers insupportable puisque c’est plus intéressant de louer à la semaine que de louer à l’année. Donc les propriétaires vont se retourner vers des locations à la semaine qui vont expulser les gens des centres-ville.
C’est Uber pour lequel on voit bien que la confiance est assez limitée : les agressions de passagers Uber par des chauffeurs Uber sont non négligeables ; le suivi des trajets parfois nominatifs est non négligeable. Uber s’est vanté d’être capable de savoir pour quelques célébrités où est-ce qu’elles avaient passé la nuit.

Vous voyez ? Donc il y a tout un échange où la confiance peut être trahie à partir du moment où la plateforme qui construit la confiance pense d’abord à construire le portefeuille de ses actionnaires.

Commerce électronique

Le commerce c’est de la confiance ; la base du commerce c’est la confiance. C’est-à-dire il faut que je fasse confiance que l’objet qu’on me vend rend bien le service auquel je peux prétendre ; qu’il est vendu à un prix qui correspond à la moyenne des prix du marché ; que je vais bien être livré quand je fais une commande électronique, etc. Donc le commerce c’est la construction de la confiance.

Or aujourd’hui, on voit en fait se mettre en place toute une série de places de marché de commerce.

Un marchand comme Amazon n’est pas seulement là pour vendre des livres, mais il organise une place de marché dans laquelle chacun peut revendre ses livres d’occasion. La plupart des systèmes de commerce électronique font ça.

Et la dernière nouveauté c’est que le commerce électronique est en train de s’étendre, en fait, au-delà de ce qui était, disons, facile à faire : le livre pour Amazon, le livre c’est là qu’il y a le plus grand nombre de titres, cette fameuse longue traîne dont j’ai parlé au début, donc c’est pour un domaine donné ; en France il y a 300 à 400 000 livres disponibles et il y a 25 000 médicaments ; vous voyez, on est facteur 10, donc c’est non négligeable. Les livres c’était pratique parce que sur Amazon on pouvait avoir, puisque c’est électronique, les 30 000 livres de décrits et on pouvait acheter même s’il s’en vendait très peu.

Aujourd’hui, basé sur cette position de force, Amazon est en train de s’étendre. Il vient de racheter un Whhole Foods qui est un supermarché bio aux États-Unis – c’est l’équivalent de Bio c’ Bon en France –, gros supermarché pour livrer des légumes, commander des légumes et faire des livraisons rapides.

En face, Google vient de faire un accord avec Wallmart. Wallmart c’est, disons, Carrefour puissance deux. C’est plus gros que Carrefour à l’échelle du monde.

Donc la fusion : des entreprises qui font du commerce physique et puis des entreprises qui font des plateformes qui organisent la vente et la confiance en ligne sont en train de fusionner. Donc là vous voyez à nouveau que l’ensemble de nos activités – le commerce ça fait partie des choses qu’on fait quand même régulièrement – va devenir complètement imprégné de culture numérique.

Ça ne serait pas très grave s’il s’agissait de services, c’est-à-dire si les plateformes numériques étaient là pour nous rendre des services. Or, ce qui se passe, c’est qu’elles se servent des services qu’elles rendent pour faire la fameuse recommandation de la boisson gazéifiée que vous avez vue tout à l’heure entre les deux sportifs. Donc faire de la recommandation c’est vouloir influencer les gens.

Industrie de l’influence

Et ce qui se passe avec le numérique c’est qu’on construit une industrie de l’influence. Le terme industrie ici est très important. L’influence c’est normal. Tout cela pour influencer votre voisin ou votre voisine. Pour être amoureux, il faut influencer l’autre ; pour l’ensemble de nos activités : pour être prof eh bien il faut influencer les élèves, voilà, ça fait partie de l’influence et c’est humain ! C’est indispensable à la cohésion des groupes humains ; on cherche à s’influencer réciproquement.

Industrie c’est autre chose : c’est qu’on va remplacer cette influence qui est propre aux humains et donc qui dépend de leur personnalité, de leur volonté, de leurs désirs — toutes choses qui sont propres à chaque individu isolément — par les calculs, par la volonté de pointer à quel endroit, cette personne, je peux essayer de lui faire acheter quelque chose que pour l’instant elle ne sait même qu’elle veut acheter ? Quelle est la manière dont je vais pouvoir avoir sur elle un poids et un pouvoir ? Qu’est-ce que je vais faire, en sorte qu’elle revienne demain réutiliser le même site en permanence ? C’est ça l’industrie. Et ça, c’est tout le système de calcul des traces, d’où l’importance de la question de la vie privée, du fait que derrière on est tout le temps suivi.

Temps de cerveau disponible

Voix off : Le président de TF1 livrait sa conception du métier. Voici l’extrait de la polémique : « À la base le métier de TF1 c’est d’aider Coca-Cola, par exemple, à vendre son produit. Pour qu’un message publicitaire soit perçu il faut que le cerveau du téléspectateur soit disponible. Nos émissions ont pour vocation de le rendre disponible, c’est-à-dire de le divertir, de le détendre, pour le préparer entre deux messages. Ce que nous vendons à Coca-Cola c’est du temps de cerveau humain disponible. » Maladroit diront certains. Non, Patrick Le Lay a bien relu et validé cet entretien avant la parution du livre [Les dirigeants face au changement].

Hervé Le Crosnier : C’est rare qu’un patron de média affirme aussi clairement qu’il est un des relais de l’industrie de l’influence. Que son métier c’est de faire en sorte que son spectateur… Et ce qui est vrai pour TF1 est vrai pour tous les médias, y compris les blogs, y compris Facebook ; tous les médias sont concernés par cette logique-là qui est : c’est un tiers qui paye. Donc il va falloir qu’il vous donne – vous ne payez pas, ça c’est intéressant, vous ne payez pas – par contre il y a bien quelqu’un qui paye et c’est un tiers. Donc c’est lui le vrai client.

Vous savez que dans toute économie ce qu’il faut c’est satisfaire le client ; pas satisfaire le tiers qui ne paye pas, satisfaire le client, donc lui proposer des gens, du temps de cerveau disponible ; pas du temps idiot parce que la phrase est rapide, mais TF1 fait un très bon travail pour arriver à avoir ce temps de cerveau disponible pour un certain type d’annonceurs ; les annonceurs de TF1 ne sont pas tout à fait les mêmes que ceux du Monde, je ne sais pas pourquoi ! C'est parce que le cerveau rendu disponible n’est pas tout à fait le même non plus. Donc pour avoir ce temps de cerveau disponible il faut aussi que le média produise des choses de qualité ou, du moins, de la qualité adaptée au type de lectorat, d’auditeur, etc., qu’il vise. Donc c’est un vrai travail et nous, nous tous, ce qui nous intéresse, c’est la qualité. On oublie que cette qualité est faite en sorte pour que nous soyons là au moment de la pub. Et c’est ça qu’il faut absolument garder comme regard critique parce que ce qui change avec le numérique, c’est que les programmes de médias sont diffusés – ça vous plaît, ça ne vous plaît pas, vous zappez, vous allez sur la Cinq ou sur TF1 ce ne sont pas les mêmes donc voilà. Sur Internet c’est vous, vous comme personne unique.

Les torches de la liberté

Or cette idée que, comment dire, on va pouvoir vous influencer, on va pouvoir créer de nouveaux modes de vie, c’est la raison d’être de ce qu’on appelle les public relations. Là vous avez Edward Bernays qui est un des fondateurs de la notion de public relations et qu’est-ce qu’il a fait ? Il a inventé un truc qui s’appelle « Les torches de la liberté ». Ça c’est vraiment quelque chose d’extraordinaire. On est là en, je ne sais plus, 1924-25, j’ai oublié la date, et le jour de la Saint-Patrick, dans les rues de New-York, c’est la petite vidéo qu’il y a en bas, il fait défiler un groupe de jeunes femmes avec des fume-cigarettes, qu'elles vont allumer devant la presse qu’il avait convoquée. Toutes les méthodes sont là : il avait convoqué la presse, un groupe de femmes mannequins ou célébrités qui vont allumer une cigarette en disant : « La cigarette c’est la liberté ! » À l’époque les femmes ne fument pas ! D’un seul coup, du jour au lendemain, avec le buzz que ça a fait, le marché potentiel des cigarettiers a doublé. Au nom de la liberté ! Si vous regardez aujourd’hui les magasins qui vous vendent des cigarettes électroniques c’est « e-liberté », « liberté-clop », enfin c’est toujours ce même message que la consommation nouvelle va être de l’ordre de la liberté en oubliant de dire que c’est au service de… En l’occurrence, là c’était au service des marchands de tabac, avec toutes les conséquences dramatiques, 50 ans après qu’on peut avoir au niveau de la santé publique. Ils s’en moquent ! Ils s’en moquent pourquoi ? Parce que « ne mesurez pas l’opinion, faites-là ! » C’est le message de base des gens du marketing.

Opinion

Faire l’opinion c’est être capable de façonner, en fait, la pensée des individus. Donc même des choses aussi régressives que d’utiliser des cigarettes au quotidien va devenir non plus quelque chose qu’on fait machinalement parce qu’on est accro, c’est une liberté, ce sont « Les torches de la liberté ». Et les effets secondaires sur la société sont complètement négligés par les gens qui pratiquent l’influence.

Et l’Internet ?

Qu’est-ce qui se passe avec Internet ? J’aime beaucoup cette citation de, comment il s’appelle, Edwin Artz, c’était le responsable de la publicité chez Procter & Gamble ; Procter & Gamble c’est le plus gros groupe de chimie, ce sont des lessives, ce sont des choses comme ça, ce sont aussi des couches Pampers, enfin vous imaginez ! c’est un truc énorme de toute la chimie qui s’adresse aux individus, qu’on trouve dans les supermarchés. Et il dit : « Eh bien voilà, avec Internet — on est en 93, c’est visionnaire ce qu’il fait — avec Internet les gens resteront devant le poste au moment de la coupure publicitaire, parce que la publicité s’adressera à eux précisément. Si vous venez d’avoir un enfant et ça on le saura parce que ça laisse des traces, alors on va vous proposer des couches Pampers, bien évidemment, au moment de la publicité. »

Donc cette idée que l’individu va devenir soumis à une pression permanente mais qu’il va aimer ça, deuxième aspect important, il va aimer ça, il va aimer qu’on lui parle de choses qui lui plaisent à lui ; c’est le mot qu’utilisent aujourd’hui les grands opérateurs du système numérique c’est « je vais améliorer l’expérience utilisateur ; je vais vous donner la publicité que vous aimez. » Donc ça nous a donné ensuite la première publicité internet en 94, c’était marqué « cliquez ici ». Voilà m!

Je vais m’arrêter là pour faire une petite pause parce que je sens qu’il y a des yeux qui se ferment ; c’est le moment. On fait cinq minutes de pause et cinq minutes pour rentrer.


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          Azure HDInsight unterstützt Apache Spark 2.3      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Apache Spark 2.3.0 ist jetzt für den produktiven Einsatz auf dem verwalteten Big Data-Service "Azure HDInsight" verfügbar. Von Bugfixes (mehr als 1.400 Tickets wurden in dieser Version bearbeitet) bis hin zu neuen experimentellen Funktionen Mehr…...(read more)
          Tv liquida, settori tradizionali e Big Data: il punto di AGCOM sulle comunicazioni      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Teleborsa) - Crisi dell'editoria, boom della tv liquida e della banda ultralarga, rischi derivanti dai Big Data. Sono solo alcuni degli aspetti emersi dalla fotografia scattata dal Presidente AGCOM, Angelo...
           Tv liquida, settori tradizionali e Big Data: il punto di AGCOM sulle comunicazioni       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

(Teleborsa) – Crisi dell’editoria, boom della tv liquida e della banda ultralarga, rischi derivanti dai Big Data. Sono solo alcuni degli aspetti emersi dalla fotografia scattata dal Presidente AGCOM, Angelo Marcello Cardani, nella Relazione al Parlamento. In generale nel 2017 i ricavi del settore delle comunicazioni – che rappresenta oltre il 3% del PIL nazionale – si sono ...


          Sepakbola Tak Lagi Soal Pemain atau Pelatih, Tetapi Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Saat Tim Nasional Sepakbola Jerman bertemu Argentina pada babak adu pinalti perempat final gelaran Piala Dunia FIFA 2006, penjaga gawang Jerman saat itu, …
          Big Data Engineer Lead - Java - Alquemy- Toronto,ON - Toronto, ON      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience of HSBC structure, operating models, processes and technology. Big Data Engineer Lead....
From Indeed - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 18:26:46 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Sr. Big Data Developer - Perficient - National, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hands-on experience with DevOps solutions like:. At Perficient you’ll deliver mission-critical technology and business solutions to Fortune 500 companies and...
From Perficient - Fri, 18 May 2018 08:49:08 GMT - View all National, WV jobs
          Sr. Big Data Developer- Copy #1 of 2018-4506 - Perficient - National, WV      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hands-on experience with DevOps solutions like:. At Perficient you’ll deliver mission-critical technology and business solutions to Fortune 500 companies and...
From Perficient - Fri, 04 May 2018 02:49:31 GMT - View all National, WV jobs
          Junior BI - Data Engineer - Visser & Van Baars - Brussels      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ready to join us? Visser & Van Baars only focuses on the BI and Big data market. Because of our focus, we know this market like no other. From multinationals to SME companies and start-ups, they are all in our network. Our proposition is focused on quality, Visser & Van Baars is the right partner for you. Through our years of experience and strong network we always have a job or function that suits you. Whether you want to work more internationally, flexible hours or closer to home...
          Support Manager Software Industry Experience with Linux and Database skills      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NY-New York, Expanding Niche Industry Enterprise Software Company Seeking a Manager or Hands on Director of External Client Support. 'Our Technology Focused on Security for Big Data.We are looking to double in size within a year' Very Bright Focused Management Team, Major Demand for this Software-Technology Niche across various industries. Desired Skills-Experience: Experience Growing-Building, Leading, Managi
          Blog Post: FCA Hints At Regulation For Firms Using Big Data, AI      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Big data in sanità, i motivi di un (lento) passaggio obbligato      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
big data in sanità
I big data sono entrati rapidamente in una vasta gamma di settori. Anche l’assistenza sanitaria è matura per le iniziative legate ai big data: in sanità esiste un numero incredibile di potenziali applicazioni per l’analisi predittiva. Tuttavia, mentre alcune organizzazioni sanitarie hanno iniziato a vedere il valore che può derivare dall’utilizzo dei big data, il […]

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          Interview: Jamie Engesser, VP Product Mangement at Hortonworks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
I recently caught up with Jamie Engesser, VP Product Mangement at Hortonworks during the company’s DataWorks Summit 2018 conference in San Jose, California, to get an update on his company’s direction and his sense for the pulse of the big data industry.
          Big Data / Hadoop Developer - Diverse Lynx - Cleveland, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Beginner/Intermediate level is also ok if they know Java/Scala, Teradata, Customer facing and requirement gathering, Unix user commands, HDFS, Oozie workflows...
From Diverse Lynx - Sat, 19 May 2018 03:33:11 GMT - View all Cleveland, OH jobs
          L’actionnable intelligence, pour aller plus loin dans l’expérience client      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
La BI ne fait plus partie des buzzwords du moment et pourtant, encore loin d’être enterré, ce concept vit une forte évolution avec la montée en puissance des technologies Big Data, de l’IA.
L’actionnable intelligence, pour aller plus loin dans l’expérience client
Les analyses de données traditionnelles fournissent des données historiques, qui permettent au...


          Big Data Architect - peritus Inc - Oregon, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Java, Scala, Python. Experience in using Python, Java or any other language to solving data problems. Data cleanup, ETL, ELT and handling scalability issues for... $65 - $70 an hour
From Indeed - Tue, 26 Jun 2018 13:44:30 GMT - View all Oregon, OH jobs
          Mid Level Big Data Developer and Architect - Peritus Inc. - Oregon, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Java, Scala, Python. Experience in using Python, Java or any other language to solving data problems. Data cleanup, ETL, ELT and handling scalability issues for... $55 - $60 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 18:22:36 GMT - View all Oregon, OH jobs
          Software Developer Lead - Big Data - Progressive - Mayfield Village, OH      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
2+ years developing applications in a Hadoop environment utilizing Java. Software Developer Lead - Big Data....
From Progressive - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 15:39:31 GMT - View all Mayfield Village, OH jobs
          Kamampuan Analisa Penggelapan Pajak Meningkat Berkat Teknologi      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bisnis.com, JAKARTA Pengembangan sistem analisa big data telah membantu Direktorat Jenderal (Ditjen) Pajak dalam memetakan potensi kejahatan di sektor perpajakan.
          Developer (ADMIN BIG DATA) – Constantia Kloof – Gauteng - Praesignis - Randburg, Gauteng      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chef Elastic Search/ Logstash/Kibana1-. Standard Bank is a firm believer in technical innovation, to help us guarantee exceptional client service and leading...
From Praesignis - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 10:50:47 GMT - View all Randburg, Gauteng jobs
          Support Manager Software Industry Experience with Linux and Database skills      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NY-New York, Expanding Niche Industry Enterprise Software Company Seeking a Manager or Hands on Director of External Client Support. 'Our Technology Focused on Security for Big Data.We are looking to double in size within a year' Very Bright Focused Management Team, Major Demand for this Software-Technology Niche across various industries. Desired Skills-Experience: Experience Growing-Building, Leading, Managi
          Le top 5 des métiers du Cloud, du Big data et de la Cybersécurité      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Développeur, consultant, ingénieur, chef de projet et analyste data sont les profils les plus recherchés, selon l'Apec et l'OMT.
          Sostenibilidad, innovación e inbound en la gestión inmobiliaria      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
cristina ontoso
Las promotoras inmobiliarias han evolucionado en los últimos años, pasando de comercializar sobre plano, a desarrollar, invertir y gestionar activos, de manera sostenible y teniendo en cuenta las preferencias de los clientes. La innovación y la apuesta por herramientas tecnológicas, desde recreación de espacios virtuales al uso de big data para identificar la demanda de compradores, es algo común en las principales empresas inmobiliarias españolas. Hablamos con Cristina Ontoso, Directora comercial y Marketing de Via Celere, en una entrevista en la que intentamos resumir su intensa actividad inmobiliaria y la importancia de la comunicación y el inbound maketing: – Compromiso y Sostenibilidad son atributos

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           (Ré)inventez votre business model par le Big Data       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Auteur : Schirmer, Julian
Editeur : Dunod

Le «  Big Data  », toutes les entreprise en parlent et s’interrogent sur comment se préparer aux bouleversements que va entraîner cette prolifération de données.  Après avoir rappelé les fondamentaux du Big Data,  ce livre explique en quoi la data devient un avantage compétitif crucial ainsi que son potentiel disruptif. Dans cette partie on vous apprend à devenir un Big Data disrupter, plutôt qu’un Big Data Disruptee  ! Vous aurez ainsi compris que vous devez démarrer l’innovation par la data. La troisième partie  explore 11 Directions Big Data pour inventer ou réinventer votre business model, dans la proposition de valeur ou l’architecture de valeur. 40 cas concrets d’entreprise de tous les secteurs d’activité illustrent ces directions, avec pour chacun le contexte, l’innovation Big Data, le résultat et  le «  Big Data Pattern  » que vous pourrez appliquer à votre propre business pour spécifier la proposition de votre prochaine  Big data innovation. 


          End to End Supply Chain talk      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Upcoming IBM talk on The combination of AI and Blockchain is interesting.   Attending.

" .. In the age of the start-up disruptors, existing businesses are challenged to change their models to disrupt the disruptors. These changes have begun to focus on supply chain and developing a stronger capability to serve more end customers faster, with less resource tied up in working capital. IBM is answering this challenge for our clients by combining blockchain, AI and B2B EDI to improve data quality, make business predictions, reduce the cost of moving from yesterday’s EDI to tomorrow’s blockchain networking.

Title: The end-to-end supply chain challenge: Blockchain + AI + B2B = Disrupting the Disruptors
Date: Thursday, July 19, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 30 minutes

Speakers

Nichole Mumford
Director of Marketing and Professional Development
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
Nichole Mumford has over 20 years of experience in project management, marketing and communications, and a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Nichole joined the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) in January 2017, and is responsible for marketing, communication and business development efforts of the company. She manages and oversees media relations, branding, advertising, marketing, communications, website development, and sponsorships.Those who work with her appreciate her strong focus on creative problem solving and ability to capitalize on business opportunities.

Rob Allan

Program Director, Supply Chain Insights Offering Management
IBM Watson Customer Engagement
Rob Allan is the Program Director for the Watson Supply Chain Insights offering with IBM. He has been with IBM for over 25 years in a wide variety of supply chain transformation assignments including SAP development, i2 implementation, solution architecture consulting, and big data and analytics projects. He is currently leading a team developing a SaaS platform that leverages Watson machine learning to optimize the way clients are alerted and respond to supply chain disruptions. .... "


          Big Data Is A Huge Boost To Emerging Telecom Markets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Big data and the global telecommunications industry are highly interconnected. The growth of mobile devices played a key role in the surge of big data, due the number of people who connected with the Internet via mobile devices. On the flip side, big data in telecommunications also means that big data is disrupting industry, especially […]

The post Big Data Is A Huge Boost To Emerging Telecom Markets appeared first on SmartData Collective.


          Cloud, big data et cybersécurité : priorité aux jeunes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Les entreprises recherchent des compétences et embauchent dans les secteurs du cloud, du big data et de la cybersécurité. Elles se montrent très exigeantes sur les compétences, tout en privilégiant les candidats encore peu expérimentés. De quoi expliquer leurs difficultés de recrutement ?
          Cloud, big data et cybersécurité : priorité aux jeunes      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Les entreprises recherchent des compétences et embauchent dans les secteurs du cloud, du big data et de la cybersécurité. Elles se montrent très exigeantes sur les compétences, tout en privilégiant les candidats encore peu expérimentés. De quoi expliquer leurs difficultés de recrutement ?
          How Bundling Care Hurts The Patients Who Need It The Most      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A health care system predicated on "one size fits all" is unsustainable and widens health disparities. With big data and machine learning, we have the ability to target resources and create a patient-specific care model that values health equity over equality.
          UK watchdog warns financial firms over Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday.

          Architecte Big Data - Alteo Recrutement Informatique - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Alteo est à la recherche d'un Architecte Big Data pour un emploi permanent basé à Montréal. Salaire très compétitif - Travail de la maison ***....
From Alteo Recrutement Informatique - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 00:48:28 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          DGAP-News: DaSense bietet App Engine zum effizienten Handling großer Datenmengen      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
DGAP-News: NorCom Information Technology AG / Schlagwort(e): Produkteinführung DaSense bietet App Engine zum effizienten Handling großer Datenmengen 11.07.2018 / 15:53 Für den Inhalt der Mitteilung ist der Emittent / Herausgeber verantwortlich. Stetig exponentiell anwachsende Datenmengen in Unternehmen erfordern von Big Data...
          Python Software Engineer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
TX-Dallas, Python Software Engineer The Python Software Engineer is responsible for design, development, and maintenance of software applications to support our client’s products. They are looking for a talented Software Engineer with the desire to have hands on experience with large scale, big data, processing platform. Join an innovative, small team able to make a big impact! Python Software Engineer Respo
          National Partner Technical Manager - Pure Storage - Dallas, TX      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Be a Pure Storage technical expert and in areas of Storage, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, SDN, SaaS solutions, Networking, Dev-ops, Machine Learning,...
From Pure Storage - Fri, 11 May 2018 22:35:36 GMT - View all Dallas, TX jobs
          "We’re Living in a Deep State Paradise"      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
"We’re Living in a Deep State Paradise"
by Bill Bonner

NORMANDY, FRANCE – "Clowns to the left of us… jokers to the right – what a hoot it is to watch them jump and howl. Trade barriers… LGBT bathroom policies… the Dow… Elizabeth Warren… Rudolph Giuliani… unemployment… QT [quantitative tightening]… Canadians sneaking across the border to buy our shoes – there’s no shortage of louche entertainment in yesterday’s events. But what about tomorrow? We learn from the papers that computers can beat us at chess, write better essays, and drive our cars. So far, so good.

Identified Undesirable: Alas, these same computers can also pick our face out of a crowd… cancel our credit cards… and take away our passports. Using algorithms and Big Data, they can also identify us as “undesirable”… or worse. That’s when your editor sees the scaffold going up in front of him… and there is the hangman approaching with a noose in his hands. Last week, a couple of reports added to his soucis.

First, the IRS announced that it would block passports for 362,000 Americans who are late on their taxes.
From where in the Constitution does the tax collector get the right to confine citizens who have never been convicted of a crime? We don’t know.

We believe our own accounts with the IRS are in good order. But the “tax code” had 74,608 pages in 2016; there is plenty of room for disagreement, ambiguity, and interpretation. Our own tax return is more than two inches thick. It is prepared by professionals. Could they make a mistake? Of course, they could. Could the IRS make a mistake… or worse, intentionally try to make life difficult for us?

It would never do such a thing, you say. In 2013, the IRS apologized for targeting conservative groups for extensive auditing. It admitted that it had given especially harsh treatment to groups with “tea party” or “patriot” in their names and promised it wouldn’t do it again. Of course, it won’t. And it won’t make mistakes, either.

Targeted by Spooks: Already, in addition to the IRS’s “no passport” list are the feds’ “no fly” and “hit” lists. An interesting feature of these lists is that you never know if you are on them… or why. The feds don’t have to prove anything. An interesting case arose recently wherein a man found out, apparently by accident, that the feds were trying to kill him. He went to a wedding in the Middle East… and in came a missile attack. Who were they shooting at? Then, he realized it was him! He thought it was an accident; the spooks had mistaken him for someone else. But there was nowhere to go to appeal… no court in which he could prove his innocence. The whole matter was hidden from view, behind a sordid screen of “national security.”

Meanwhile, in May, China officially began its “social credit” system. The idea is to amalgamate electronic sources of information on each of its 1.4 billion citizens and then target them for rewards or punishments, depending on their scores. 'The Week' magazine was on the case: "Government documents show a plan to block poorly scored citizens from air or rail travel for up to a year, though perhaps less for minor infractions like leaving a bike parked on a footpath. More than 7 million citizens have already been blocked from travel, Human Rights Watch reports, for offenses like “insincere” apologies."

For the first time in history, the internet, with its electronic surveillance, and the collusion of data accumulators – Google, Facebook, Amazon, and others – make it possible for the authorities to control and manipulate every aspect of life. Algorithms can now do what used to require whole squads of spooks, snitches, and sinister agents.

Did you ever attend a meeting of the group Americans for Limited Government? Did you ever talk to a known undesirable? Do you believe Congress is run by a bunch of incompetent crooks? Do you read the Diary? Are you insincere? Put away the waterboards. Send the torches and pliers back to the tool shop. There is no longer any need to ask, let alone to torture. The feds already know everything.

Deep State Paradise: The National Security Agency (NSA) has been monitoring our telephone conversations for years. Amazon, Facebook, Google, and others know what we do, what we want, and even what we think. And now, Big Technology is working with the feds to use this data to control us.

Again, back in China… The New York Times: "In some cities, cameras scan train stations for China’s most wanted. Billboard-size displays show the faces of jaywalkers and list the names of people who don’t pay their debts. Facial recognition scanners guard the entrances to housing complexes. Already, China has an estimated 200 million surveillance cameras – four times as many as the United States."

That’s just one piece of the system. The data flow in from GPS, social media, credit cards, banks, job sites – just about everywhere. Then, the feds can manipulate outcomes simply by editing the “news”… or denying access to important services… or applying individualized rewards or penalties. Even highway tolls can be adjusted for each car, depending on what behavior the authorities want to modify.

The New York Times again: “This is potentially a totally new way for the government to manage the economy and society,” said Martin Chorzempa, a fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. “The goal is algorithmic governance,” he added.

Just 18 years ago, America’s five largest corporations were companies that provided essential goods and services – ExxonMobil, General Electric, Ford, General Motors, and Walmart. Now, the five largest corporations all truck in data: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet (Google), Microsoft, and Facebook. And they are using this data – in collusion with the feds – to create a Deep State paradise.

“But what do I have to fear,” asks the good citizen? “I don’t do anything wrong. I have nothing to hide.” Here at the Diary, we have a sunny disposition and undying faith in public officials. What do we have to worry about? After all, the “government is all of us,” Hillary Clinton assured us. It would never do anything that wasn’t for our own good, would it?

We are serene… and overjoyed, of course. With so much new control, the Deep State will help us be better people… never jaywalking… never speeding… never trying to save on our taxes… and certainly, never, ever criticizing our democratically elected leaders, no matter what numbskulls they appear to be.
In short, it will work like a lobotomy, helping us be model citizens.

We’re all for it. Sincerely.

NSA, are you listening?"
From the "StatCounter" log:
Click Image for larger size. We're visited 4-8 times per day, 
every day, and have been for years...
And these fine law-abiding NSA Good Citizens visit our little blog every day, 4-8 times...
checking up on all you scary terrorists that visit, no doubt...
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Ashburn, VA, USA. No thanks for stopping by.
 Host Name: pool-74-96-72-66.washdc.fios.verizon.net

"Verizon Business’ new headquarters sits on a large tract of open land in Ashburn, Va., primed and ready for expansion to meet the next generation of government communications. The connecting buildings- which resemble a giant convention center or a major international airport’s departure terminal- house the managed network services that Verizon Business provides to many federal agencies, including the intelligence and defense communities. For that reason, much of the center is off-limits to visitors.

The heart of the Verizon facility is the 30,000-square-foot, highly secure Verizon Government Network Operations and Security Center. Photography is not permitted, and press visits, such as the one arranged for Washington Technology, are limited. Access to the top-secret center is controlled by thumbprint and card biometrics identification and monitored by an array of video surveillance devices and motion detectors. All employees in the complex must have at least a secret clearance. The company can compete for work from the Defense Department and intelligence agencies up to the top-secret level, Starks said."

Verizon Online LLC
OrgId: VRIS
Address: 22001 Loudoun County Parkway
City: Ashburn
StateProv: VA
PostalCode: 20147
Country: US

IP Address: 71.241.241.96
Host static-71-241-241-96.washdc.fios.verizon.net
Location: US, United States
City:  Washington, DC 20002
Organization: Verizon FiOS
ISP: Verizon FiOS
AS Number: AS701 MCI Communications Services, Inc. d/b/a Verizon Business
And YOU, Good-Law-Abiding-Taxpayer-Citizen, are paying for all this...
- CP

"NSA, are you listening?" They've listened literally thousands of times here over the years, cataloging posts for content, and monitoring and identifying by their ISP login identification every single person who visits "Running"; you know, people like... you. Didn't you know? They've been watching you watching me for a very long time...
Maybe there's a "terrorist monster" visiting this blog? Or it's me! lol
Oh yeah, I feel so much safer...
- CP

          Developer, Integration - Mosaic North America - Jacksonville, FL      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Overview Design and deliver Microsoft Azure Platform solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) in a big data context with Enterprise level...
From Mosaic North America - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 20:27:37 GMT - View all Jacksonville, FL jobs
          The Guardian view on controlling social media: the start of a long road | Editorial      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The information commissioner’s fine against Facebook will hardly scratch its profits but nonetheless lays down an essential marker about the protection of our data

Facebook has been fined five and a half minutes’ revenue – the most the law allows – for breach of data protection regulations in connection with the Cambridge Analytica scandal. This is a welcome recognition of the tireless work done by the Observer on the story. But it must only be the beginning of a wider examination of the ways in which big data shifts the balance of power in a democratic society. Even if it can never be proved that the manipulation of social media swung either the EU referendum or the election of Donald Trump, there is much to be concerned about in what has come to light as a result of investigations that started with Facebook.

This is one of those cases where suspicion is almost as damaging to trust in institutions as proven malfeasance could be. Elizabeth Denham, the information commissioner, has said that what’s at stake is “transparency, fairness and compliance with the law”. This is exactly right. The companies with our data target us as individuals, but appear themselves as faceless – indeed bodiless – manipulators who know far more about us than we do about them. That asymmetry is where the novel danger to democracy lies. The power it offers is hard to resist: one of the investigations announced by the commissioner today is into a marketing firm which approaches new mothers at their most vulnerable moment to collect their data, some of which was then sold on to the Labour party. In all these cases the regulators are playing catchup, as is apparent from the ludicrous inadequacy of the fine on Facebook. They are chasing a moving target. The increasing use of internet-connected widgets in the home and on our bodies, and – with face recognition – in every public space, ensures there will soon be unimaginable amounts of data for the unscrupulous to harvest and use. It is essential that the law restrains them.

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          Smart Cities And Iot To Offer Big Business In India      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Big data and IoT enabled socially aware integrated command control center helps firefighters; police, infrastructure planners, and emergency responders improve service delivery.
          Big Data Infrastructure Market: Market Growth Factors, Applications, Regional Analysis, Key Players and Forecasts by 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This report focuses on e ach and every aspects of the market strategy, business approaches, case studies, and market shares.
          Sr Software Engineer ( Big Data, NoSQL, distributed systems ) - Stride Search - Los Altos, CA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Experience with text search platforms, machine learning platforms. Mastery over Linux system internals, ability to troubleshoot performance problems using tools...
From Stride Search - Tue, 03 Jul 2018 06:48:29 GMT - View all Los Altos, CA jobs
          Bridging the Big Data gap      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Railways are harvesting increasing volumes of data on the performance of their assets. But converting raw data into meaningful insights remains a challenge for many industry organizations. At the May 29 Rise of IoT and Big Data in Rail conference in Munich, sponsored by Rotaia Media, suppliers, tech companies, train operators and infrastructure managers described how they are harnessing the power of data through advanced asset management systems.

The post Bridging the Big Data gap appeared first on Railway Age.


          Pega Consultant      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
MN-Saint Paul, RESPONSIBILITIES: Kforce has a client in search of a Pega Consultant in Saint Paul, Minnesota (MN). REQUIREMENTS: Experience using Pega 7, 7.4 is our current build Experience on the Pega framework designing screens and data models Experience working with big data Any Pega 7 cloud experience would be a plus Pega designer background would be preferred Insurance or claims background would be preferre
          PUB launches smart road map to improve water management      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Singapore's national water agency has devised a road map that will progressively see artificial intelligence, big data and smart work redesign being rolled out over the next five years to improve its operations and water management.
          Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IL-Bannockburn, Position: Project Manager Duration: 5 Months Location: Deerfield, IL 60015 Job Description: The Project Manager will be responsible for delivering into the business enterprise wide analytics platforms utilizing a mix of established business intelligence technologies, powered visual analytics, dashboards, reporting and advanced analytics capabilities with a specific focus moving towards big data, a
          Project Manager      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
IL-Bannockburn, Position: Project Manager Duration: 5 Months Location: Deerfield, IL 60015 Job Description: The Project Manager will be responsible for delivering into the business enterprise wide analytics platforms utilizing a mix of established business intelligence technologies, powered visual analytics, dashboards, reporting and advanced analytics capabilities with a specific focus moving towards big data, a
          Ascent People Ltd: Big Data Engineer - Nottingham - up to £65k      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ascent People Ltd: Big Data Engineer - Nottingham - up to £65k Big data engineer, data engineer, devops, hadoop, spark, scala, cloudera, python, iot, internet of things, nottingham, east midlands, £60-65k. Exciting opportunity for an experienced data engineer with big data Nottingham
          Project Manager Big Data Analytics - Wipro LTD - Airoli, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As a Project Manager, you are responsible for end to end project management for the assigned project - includes project planning, delivery, client interaction,...
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          Japan Weather Association and NEC Collaborate to Reduce Food Waste Using Big Data      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Britain's banks and insurers must take the lead in spelling out how they will use data collected from customers or they could face new rules, Financial Conduct Authority Chair Charles Randell said on Wednesday.
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Big Data has been called the new crude oil, a seemingly inexhaustible resource that can use this data to make our lives better. Data can be used to create smart cities that make life easier for all of us, or to spur on new discoveries in medical science and even stop the next pandemic in its tracks. If used correctly it will be a boom for humanity. But behind Big Data are millions of individual people - including you and me. From the most innocuous picture on Instagram, to how many steps you rack up in a day, to the most intimate conversations you have with loved ones online. Everything about you has been converted into data, which is now stored, used, and sold on without you every knowing to what end… or how it might impact on your life. Aleks Krotoski and Ben Hammersley investigate how you can future proof your own digital shadow, discover just how much information about you is amassed day to day, how it can be used by authoritarian states to control its citizens and how to win the arms race against tech companies that are always trying to extract more information from their users. Image: Illustration of a digital shield (Credit: Getty Images)
          UBS analyzed the emotion in 118,000 earnings calls — and the results suggest great news for stocks this earnings season (UBS)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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  • UBS analyzed seven years' worth of earnings calls — totaling more than 300 million words — from S&P 500 companies.
  • That sentiment analysis points to yet another breakout quarter with earnings, the bank predicts, with companies set to beat expectations by 3% or more.
  • UBS' "Evidence Lab" has also undertaken large projects like satellite imagery and dismantling cars as it tries to position itself for the next era of Wall Street research.

It’s no secret that an upbeat earnings call most likely means good things to come for a company's stock.

So UBS set out to analyze the conference call from every S&P 500 company in the US and Europe from every quarter for the past seven years to see just how often this is true. The resulting data set of 367 million words from 118,000 calls signals yet another earnings blowout this season, the bank said after analyzing the emotions behind executives' language in the calls.

"The positive momentum in net sentiment, an 8%+ Q1 earnings surprise and a solid macro backdrop reinforce our US Equity Strategy expectation for a Q2 beat of 3%+ in the US," a team of analysts led by James Arnold said in a note to clients this week. "Furthermore, the trend also reinforces the optimism seen in terms of corporate spending and increased corporate flow through share buybacks, dividends and M&A."

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Most of a stock's outperformance comes in the first week after the company's earnings call, UBS says, with tech stocks responding the most to changes in executive sentiment. Media, on the other hand, is showing the harbingers of a disappointing earnings season.

Most important to a stock's move is the change in sentiment, rather than just the general optimism or pessimism, UBS found. A stark change in how management discusses a company's financial situation can signal similar changes in the stock’s price, according to the firm's data.

"Our analysis suggests relative performance is greatest when net sentiment sees a significant inflection," UBS said. "On average, the companies with largest positive changes in net sentiment saw an average 1-week outperformance of 0.6% in the US and 0.8% (34% and 56%, respectively, on an annualized basis), in Europe relative to instances with the smallest net sentiment changes (after dividing the changes in net sentiment on a bottom-up basis into quintiles)."

Of course, the sentiment data is only one part of the investment equation. UBS' "Evidence Lab" is designed to fit with the bank's traditional analysis to help investors get an edge on the market.

"This is a part of an investment process rather than the investment process itself," UBS said. "The usefulness of the data is premised on it being a non-traditional form of analysis and idea generation. Intuitively, it will be most useful in combination with bottom-up stock analysis, other data sets which indicate change (e.g. Glassdoor) and a systematic analysis of consensus to understand where market expectations and management sentiment are at odds."

Earlier this year, Barry Hurewitz, the global chief operating officer of UBS Group Research, told Business Insider that the lab was designed to harness the power of big data and answer the 65,000 to 75,000 questions clients asked the bank each year.

"The amount of data that was available 15 years ago is dramatically different to today," Hurewitz said. "To think that an analyst with Excel, two associates, and a CFA is going to be able cope with all that data, that's not realistic."

Other data-intensive projects by the bank have included dismantling a Chevrolet Bolt — GM's mass-market electric car — to see exactly how much it costs the US's largest automaker to produce the Tesla competitor. Not only is the car about $4,600 cheaper per unit, but it has just three moving parts in the engine, compared with a traditional car's 110. UBS has also used satellite imagery to drill data on everything from Disneyland parking lots and amusement wait times, to Saudi Arabia's oil reserves.

The new vein of research comes at a critical time for sell-side research shops. A new law in the European Union known as MiFID II — or Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II — has forced banks to break out the cost of research to clients rather than providing it free as before. This has led to some scrambling among banks to comply with the new regulations but also to creativity among research directors to stand out among peers.

"There was a long period of time where a mediocre firm producing OK research with OK analysts doing OK work, but with enough other peripheral business around them, could survive," Marc Harris, the head of RBC Capital Markets' research division, told Business Insider in a recent interview. "Today, that simply will not get paid for in any geography, period. If you're one of those firms, you've got a problem."

Will Martin contributed to this report from London.

SEE ALSO: 70,000 questions a year, satellite imagery, and dismantling electric cars: How UBS is trying to change the face of financial research

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          Will AI "Change the World" Or Simply Boost Profits?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog,

The real battle isn't between a cartoonish vision or a dystopian nightmare - it's between decentralized ownership and control of these technologies and centralized ownership and control.

The hype about artificial intelligence (AI) and its cousins Big Data and Machine Learning is ubiquitous, and largely unexamined. AI is going to change the world by freeing humankind from most of its labors, etc. etc. etc.

Let's start by asking: who owns all this AI? This raises two other questions:who benefits as "software eats the world" (to use Marc Andreesen's pithy phrase), and to what purpose is all this technology being applied?

The answers are painfully obvious: large global corporations, many of which function as quasi-monopolies (Facebook, Google et al.), are the owners of these new technologies, and the purpose being pursued is to maximize profits and secure a monopoly that insures high profits into the future.

The hype takes two predictable pathways, one Jetson-cartoonish euphoria and the other dystopian ruin. Self-driving vehicles will change the world in wonderful ways by eliminating the source of accidents: human error.

And that's a nightmarish prospect because what will those millions of people currently driving vehicles do for a living?

Few people ask: who will profit from all this? Obviously, the manufacturers of self-driving vehicles and the owners of services which replace private vehicles.

The real race in AI is to secure profitable franchises and eliminate competitors by scaling up faster than other corporations.

This is why the market cheers Netflix burning billions of dollars every year: if they're burning billions, they must be scaling up faster than competitors, and thus they will be the ultimate "winner" in the race to create and distribute mediocre content globally.

Consider the uses which corporate-owned AI has already been used to maximize profits: Facebook's manipulation of its users' data and content feeds and its selling of their data.

After a brief downturn due to fears of regulation, the market is back in love with Facebook's immense profits, and Facebook's stock is once again at record highs.

AI and Big Data collection is the profitable heart of Surveillance Capitalism, which includes Amazon's gargantuan contracts with the National Security agencies and similar work being performed by many other lower-profile contractors (SAIC, et al.)

Rather than a Jetson-cartoonish world of intelligent robots doing all the work so we can all become poets and watch mediocre films all day long, what AI is doing in the real world is extracting profits from data collected from the populace either to market something more effectively or to control the populace more effectively.

The AI-robotics enthusiasts never seem to actually work in the AI-robotics industries. They are media types who extrapolate extrapolations without asking the key questions:who will own this technology, and to what purpose will it be applied?

We know the answers: global corporations and maximizing profits.

To dismantle just one part of the Jetson-cartoonish worldview of robots and AI becoming essentially free to everyone: fabricating a robot will never be free because robots require large quantities of energy and resources for their manufacture and maintenance. Even if human labor has been completely eliminated, the costs of extracting, refining and transporting resources remain, along with the costs of extracting the energy to do all this work as well as manufacture and assemble all the parts.

Eliminating human labor removes very little of the cost structure.

As for AI software being "free"-- it will be free like the Android operating system and the Apple iOS: free to those developing profitable uses of corporately owned franchises.

In my worldview, AI has one purpose: eliminating bias and privilege. Properly programmed software won't keep track of skin color or other sources of human bias.

The danger is corporately owned software tracks everything that can be used to market or control the populace, and this includes every nuance of bias and privilege.

The real battle isn't between a cartoonish vision or a dystopian nightmare--it's between decentralized ownership and control of these technologies and centralized ownership and control.

The CLIME system (as described in my book A Radically Beneficial World) is in effect a decentralized, distributed AI system that organizes a network of independently, democratically operated community groups that pay members to perform needed work in their communities.

Will AI be harnessed to maximize profits for the wealthy few, or will some thin, decentralized slice of these technologies actually serve unprofitable human needs?

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   <p><b>News Summary:</b></p><th class="expander" style="Margin:0;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0;padding:0!important;text-align:left;visibility:hidden;width:0"></th></tr></table></th></tr></tbody></table><table class="row content" style="background:#fff;border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;display:table;padding:0;position:relative;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;width:100%"><tbody><tr style="padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top"><th class="small-12 large-12 columns first last" style="Margin:0 auto;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0 auto;padding:0;padding-bottom:16px;padding-left:30px;padding-right:30px;text-align:left;width:570px"><table style="border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;width:100%"><tr style="padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top"><th style="Margin:0;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0;padding:0;text-align:left"><center data-parsed="" style="min-width:510px;width:100%"><img src="https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/454747/DellEMC_Logo.jpg#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" alt="" align="center" class="float-center" style="-ms-interpolation-mode:bicubic;Margin:0 auto;clear:both;display:block;float:none;margin:0 auto;max-width:100%;outline:0;text-align:center;text-decoration:none;width:auto"></center></th><th class="expander" style="Margin:0;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0;padding:0!important;text-align:left;visibility:hidden;width:0"></th></tr></table></th></tr></tbody></table><table class="row content" style="background:#fff;border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;display:table;padding:0;position:relative;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;width:100%"><tbody><tr style="padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top"><th class="small-12 large-12 columns first last" style="Margin:0 auto;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0 auto;padding:0;padding-bottom:16px;padding-left:30px;padding-right:30px;text-align:left;width:570px"><table style="border-collapse:collapse;border-spacing:0;padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top;width:100%"><tr style="padding:0;text-align:left;vertical-align:top"><th style="Margin:0;color:#0a0a0a;font-family:Montserrat,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:16px;font-weight:400;line-height:1.3;margin:0;padding:0;text-align:left">
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    <li>New Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) DP4400 designed for mid-size organizations offers converged data protection—back-up, deduplication, replication and recovery, along with disaster recovery and long-term retention to the cloud </li>
    <li>Delivers lowest cost to protect, with up to 2x shorter backup times, protects up to 4x more data in single 2U appliance with average 55:1 data deduplication </li>
    <li>Simple to manage, deploy and upgrade; grows in place from 24-96TB – and up to 192TB in the cloud – with no additional hardware </li>
    <li>Leading-edge VMware integration empowers vAdmins to perform most common backup and recovery tasks directly from native vSphere UI </li>
    <li>Included in Dell EMC Future-Proof Loyalty Program, with new, up to 55:1 Data Protection Deduplication Guarantee </li>
   </ul>
   <p><b>Full Story:</b></p>
   <p><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasayomdFKw5xhs-2Bl84JyoCnBxM3PIppbRAq-2FQNMEou-2FgO_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJM-2BetwWrYcCTvVI-2F-2BC0gn77iA-2BAOP4owpGB4P48ES2nG6VZc2MJjzqqXDjXQMyIgyCMv9C5AsIDbOhGSuu0orXVgBbvfXkEotsq0kVUSL1SHrDbKWiV8WOE4-2F-2BYsdiK8y6W40JaRFDLWfRyOdeiJT9w-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Dell EMC</a> announced its newest Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA), the Dell EMC IDPA DP4400, providing simple and powerful converged data protection to help mid-size organizations transform IT while <span id="spanHghlt9c32">combating</span> data sprawl and complexity. </p>
   <p>Comprehensive data protection has been a challenge for mid-size organizations.&nbsp; Enterprise-class products come with higher cost and complexity, while lower cost products that have traditionally targeted these organizations sacrifice performance, efficiency and application support. Dell EMC built the IDPA DP4400 from the ground up as a simple, yet powerful, solution for mid-size organizations—featuring enterprise-class capabilities for backup, deduplication, replication and recovery. IDPA DP4400 also offers built-in cloud readiness features with disaster recovery and long-term data retention to the cloud.</p>
   <p>"For years, mid-size organizations haven't quite had a comprehensive data protection solution that was sized and priced right for them," said <span class="xn-person">Beth Phalen</span>, President, Data Protection, Dell EMC. "With the IDPA DP4400 there are no compromises. We're delivering a converged data protection solution that's as simple to use as it is powerful —with support for the largest application ecosystem and expansion to the cloud. The IDPA DP4400 offers the right level of modern features and capabilities for mid-size data centers at the lowest cost to protect."</p>
   <p><b>Simple and Powerful, at the Lowest Cost to Protect</b></p>
   <p>The IDPA DP4400 blends simplicity and performance for mid-size organizations and remote office-branch office (ROBO) environments. The solution is designed to provide organizations the lowest cost to protect<sup>i</sup> and is guaranteed under the <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasayomdFKw5xhs-2Bl84JyoCnDHbt3SaziDJ3aLK5sZaMLSfROQU9-2BUxGMs58ySGCetucGh3skmvXK77zR5CUMbXSgMSHLjj6KygpSEWN9QBeAt_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJMFcSCgtNtWfmHMaWZ8YYSCXFQFtH0V0vtbqyB9IHeOcmsDmB0PFPqOC1nBCyrgVYt1iSSrayif7FxKri9mu6liC-2FPa2UCteHy81flqDqCfPDp6fklWmOAfBqIgOfT44tycSK30l6FuxUEjvCWUwU3Q-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Dell EMC Future-Proof Loyalty program</a>.</p>
   <p>The IDPA DP4400 is a converged data protection appliance in a dense 2U platform powered by Dell EMC PowerEdge 14<sup>th</sup> generation servers. Key features include:</p>
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    <li><b>Customer-installable and easy-to-use HTML5 user interface:</b> Makes IDPA DP4400 ideal for deployment and management in mid-sized organizations and ROBO locations. </li>
    <li><b>Grows in place with no downtime: </b>A single 24TB appliance can grow in place to 96TB with a license key and no additional hardware to purchase. </li>
    <li><b>Protect more data with 55:1<b><sup>ii</sup></b> average deduplication: </b>IDPA DP4400 can protect approximately 5PB of usable data capacity. And, with native Cloud Tier for long-term retention, the total protected usable capacity increases to 14.4 PB. </li>
    <li><b>Supports largest application ecosystem<b><sup>iii</sup></b>: </b>Includes support for modern applications such as MySQL and MongoDB, both physical and virtual, and support for multiple hypervisors (VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V). </li>
    <li><b>Delivers powerful performance with NVMe flash:</b> Shortens backup windows by up to 2x<sup>iv</sup>; backs up only de-duplicated data requiring up to 98% less bandwidth<sup>v</sup>; and supports 7x more backup streams while delivering instant access and restore of virtual machines to help meet stringent SLAs and RPOs. </li>
    <li><b>Cloud-ready solution:</b> IDPA DP4400 comes with 5TB licenses each for Cloud Disaster Recovery and Cloud Tier as well as a Dell EMC <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasTa7lrQmb0NwBa2-2BjgAaZMcKOQ-2BDPsBK2qW5RqO8dUWYkz2XEpzccGhCgZHa1C2tPbT6QUC4ug2AJIl7Afu-2BVp6GgxhW56jXC67jSSS-2BzGeQ_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJmfYnKkr8GKVuJauhgTabB3r2Hzw6oP-2F-2BJTkyyGVgz9npDVJC8cMSr473rZEdwnhiLAnwPVJChs0y07p-2BvhDuZeeBBJnR4Xde3ZRo9Y0A3swQfEG6kDx6LNJUrRPSAiU5Zy17cRod0aU1BTeFODLEhg-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines</a> starter pack that provides five VMs and a one-year subscription<sup>vi</sup>.</li>
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   <p>The IDPA DP4400 simplifies data protection management via a modern HTML 5 user interface that automates daily tasks including management, monitoring and reporting. In addition, integration with VMware native tools, SQL Server Management Studio and Oracle RMAN enables application administrators to leverage protection features within familiar user interfaces.</p>
   <p>With an average 55:1 deduplication rate, The IDPA DP4400 also offers efficient and cost-effective native Cloud Disaster Recovery (to Amazon AWS) with end-to-end orchestration—failover in three clicks, and failback in two clicks—all without the need for additional hardware. </p>
   <p>The IDPA DP4400 is optimized for VMware environments, with leading integration that enables vAdmins to perform most common backup and recovery tasks directly from the native vSphere UI. Protecting up to 5x more VMs in a single 2U appliance<sup>vii</sup> and with automation across the entire VMware data protection stack (VM deployment, deployment of proxies and movement of data to protection storage), the IDPA DP4400 makes it easy and cost-effective to scale up to protect more VMs. It also provides faster VMware backups and recoveries, and more efficient networking and capacity with its leading deduplication and bandwidth utilization.</p>
   <p>The IDPA DP4400 offers customers excellent value and TCO—costing up to 80% less to protect<sup>viii</sup>. With up to 2x faster backup windows<sup>ix</sup>, up to 20% more capacity in a 2U appliance<sup>x</sup>, and an average rate of 55:1 deduplication—it offers the lowest cost to protect among competing products in its class<sup>xi</sup>.</p>
   <p><b>Guaranteed under the Dell EMC Future-Proof Loyalty Program</b></p>
   <p>The IDPA DP4400 is part of the Dell EMC <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasayomdFKw5xhs-2Bl84JyoCnDHbt3SaziDJ3aLK5sZaMLSfROQU9-2BUxGMs58ySGCetucGh3skmvXK77zR5CUMbXSgMSHLjj6KygpSEWN9QBeAt_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJzyncjqp7Auk-2FZ5-2FM0lMpXwSUdxfNBcshFx-2BdNbefa-2F-2BrPK2FJ2vQKOduKLvHbYOCNsht1-2BbDFaXK7mT2pX9RAhhkWKaRNB0N8KDm-2BsttSMfakxBQbkXaUiX5ncPvz98-2FYIIYnxMfvAFmT3kXpnWWKw-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Future-Proof Loyalty Program</a>, offering a three-year Satisfaction Guarantee<sup>xii</sup>, Hardware Investment Protection<sup>xiii</sup>, up to 55:1 Data Protection Deduplication Guarantee<sup>xiv</sup>, and Clear Price—giving customers additional peace of mind with consistent and predictable maintenance pricing.</p>
   <p><b>Availability:</b></p>
   <p>The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 is available immediately through Dell EMC and authorized channel partners, starting at under <span class="xn-money">US$80,000</span>. </p>
   <p><b>Customer Quotes:<br></b><i><span class="xn-person">Brian Linden</span>, IT Director, Melanson Heath<br></i>"The IDPA DP4400 is a great product because it's all in one. It's highly scalable so you know that you've got great expansion capabilities. Because it's Dell EMC, it's ready to go and I can trust that I don't have to do a lot of research and vetting to make sure it's going to work for me. That's peace of mind."</p>
   <p><i>John Sharp,&nbsp;IT Manager, The Vollrath Company<br></i>"Installation for IDPA DP4400 is easy. Within two hours we were off and running. I don't have to be <span class="xn-person">Lou Ferrigno</span> to rack a 2U. It goes in quick. It plugs in and is ready to back up our data. It just works!" </p>
   <p><b>Partner Quote:<br></b><i><span class="xn-person">Seife Teklu</span>, Senior Solutions Architect, Arrow Electronics<br></i>"Before the announcement of IDPA DP4400, customers deployed individual data protection software components. Some customers did not leverage monitoring, search, analytics and reporting tools that were available to them. Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 integrated data protection appliance introduces a simple intuitive management interface with enterprise features. IDPA DP4400 appliance saves time, reduces overall risk and provides customers the tools they need for deeper insight into their data protection environment, making it an ideal solution for SMB and SME customers."</p>
   <p><b>Industry Analyst Quote<br></b><i><span class="xn-person">Phil Goodwin</span>, Research Director, Storage Systems and Software, IDC<br></i>"Organizations today, especially mid-size organizations, are faced with increased complexity— relentless data growth, application diversity, increased numbers of users, and resource constraints—driving the need for solutions to meet these challenges with existing staff. However, users do not want to trade off simplicity for performance or capabilities. With the IDPA DP4400, Dell EMC is targeting a large swath of enterprises in that middle tier that want an all-in-one solution that is affordable, easy-to-use and has the modern data protection features they require to ensure their data is safe and their business can quickly recover in case disaster strikes."</p>
   <p><b>Additional Resources:</b></p>
   <ul type="disc">
    <li>Blog: <i>"</i><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=pMc-2B4qiWiP-2FcAtcRzYB3t2WaDOvjUe-2BMcqTiy-2FkP3iUpLoOeViXxKX1vmMMFVGYxydJxXjyuFNHQw-2BtqLtxuhLFNwVyR-2BQW261U1Cz023d-2FEnN1QeMe5uKtPZA4fhYpHOsDhBW5Iwr9gFXeLwMSpXA-3D-3D_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJxy-2FMWetTratee48dI4atrY56OvvUqNiRqYYwOYRoi3RHp9wIH6d6qEdAcjTS7vnA-2FENoeJ3RkshrkiiuCL5fIRdoI233-2FfYPBJ2NfT6rDjP1pzBraDgozOMco03YIlPC4B759kETTosJ8o9UCEnYOg-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank"><i>Simply Powerful Data Protection for Midsize Orgs @ the Lowest Cost to Protect</i></a><i>"</i> </li>
    <li>Channel Blog: <i>"</i><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=pMc-2B4qiWiP-2FcAtcRzYB3t2WaDOvjUe-2BMcqTiy-2FkP3iWlbcXMWsMU4ICmU41MycUwTUYCpueRKrnoIuOQcyO-2BU72oNrdsn5AcV1kzs-2B2t3f3dcx-2FRX47AUzKiaaDxHqpXxNHPQ2sbZPolQ6aja0qQh6F9lDB5crh1wI-2F29ulyUP4-3D_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJPkcX7p8NW-2FVZ5vXYbsQC8AdxdBRtYC45E6dZp9-2FOvlL-2B61uJ3pwyLuN8J-2Fo0C84U-2FOr-2FAs6I06G7G-2FNrdvFsRRo7syqePZ-2BSzGZfjeu0WJEP6KyAIPU7-2FBNLqlDjG68stOhY7mZiZoLHRxeBBDR0eA-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank"><i>Ride the HCI Growth Curve with the New Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) DP4400</i></a><i>"</i> </li>
    <li><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasW2y7liqK4zhe0ySG3GqdZHiYUzUVzHTKOdPs-2FDd6Hn-2BO-2Bs9nwKK6JhmbKZSTErNIOHubjPLKks34ueySRa7d8dRJtwfOFLYyvxcgRPw6TlnfEFZQFyrlpy9cpfOhZqERKftZdGespykSWlmiWbTDsklRP1FgwebsSPhW2HP3LFRyW19aE0zwxPQWACcwYOwOA-3D-3D_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJoqKXldTHnc-2F0iYt7pvw0l2xq2ZcbxQxfINJUoczcD6tEe-2FLuskGDtIjK5auyMscUWcA95Ol-2FDbzXDcwsiG5IIoRR1pY-2BGcw7ep9csF5Rz7I9-2FIfsewSZOZLarobYAIvE3leW7IVQc4kbR8kq-2FZ-2FfMw-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">IDPA DP4400 data sheet</a> </li>
    <li><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasWlZFlgFnh2SgtWvpxLEI80IFCcTlGubqhygW7XBZVRqXsaOloOiP4VpK6jrNSMh-2Bg-3D-3D_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJtXjmOah3sH2WPBcxqR10SrapalQ7PVvLww69UghVlRozG2gDTJuxl9KCL1R85gflw2i6UxctP3022mAS8ANyE4HgHtUu2jJXU026rEjru-2F6wmWoywAqmxpLj1rX2SjugqERHBLCv-2F6g6bVPP5OLkpQ-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Tune in to our <span class="xn-chron">August 15</span> Wikibon CrowdChat</a> – Discuss the IDPA DP4400 with Dell EMC's Data Protection experts </li>
    <li><a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasXGnr5sNyw2Y7M-2BNc6FNPHJG8dhg9gDl4AZxKZg63605_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJN8EeR5D4etPt5vpgPrriiVKWKRVXYs20Ksvg4RIo0VqMEdIDNVBJD5sgEG-2BIlyobfOkJuilaBZlUhhEBfqxkXJ6itmTLsFLqRBYWRDz1dcyOKLT5TNj88-2BQ5A3GG-2FfQBFiSYoZHrcNSeYnkegu1Scg-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection</a> Appliance webpage </li>
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   <p><sup>i</sup> Dell EMC internal analysis using publically available competitive pricing from Rubrik and Cohesity, <span class="xn-chron">May 2018</span>. Lowest cost to protect is based on $ per logical GB. Actual cost will vary.</p>
   <p><sup>ii</sup> Based on Dell EMC internal analysis of customer data as of <span class="xn-chron">May 2018</span>.</p>
   <p><sup>iii</sup> Based on internal analysis, <span class="xn-chron">June 2018</span>.</p>
   <p><sup>iv</sup> Source: ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, <span class="xn-chron">February 2018</span>, versus a competitive Vendor A. <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasYG0Ye7xrHOyihUB9gbMhJCE24p2AJ3BLxNmEC-2FrahhjezbkLXu-2Bjtw-2F-2FJ4oblqn-2BEhB3Losohw9xazgWu8rTUX-2BD0fYV81zasTkRgEfegG3gaApM2c0SG7qat-2BNYCoQj68TPr0LXJW5uTseWuD9Vq-2Fe6p-2FndL57J2hYw8V4k4bE_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJLPNvc37iPsi-2BgMHQwzpYGnFji0cu33SnjCvhop1qzV7eicbyNuHnOy1ZzOv1iMVcF-2Fqf-2BE-2BG7GP6zgXkmxERZTOwT-2FZRQElQCD-2FOGfnSjUuT-2Bo8PrYqQW7DmYjijwvVoA-2BCmWMitMrYXDLD-2FbcZETg-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Additional information</a> on the testing environment.</p>
   <p><sup>v</sup> Source: Based on Dell EMC internal testing</p>
   <p><sup>vi</sup> Free option when selected at the time of purchase.</p>
   <p><sup>vii</sup> Source: Based on Dell EMC internal testing and comparing against Rubrik's published performance data in 2U, <span class="xn-chron">February 2018</span></p>
   <p><sup>viii</sup> Source: Dell EMC internal analysis using publically available competitive pricing from Rubrik and Cohesity, <span class="xn-chron">May 2018</span>. Based on $ per logical GB. Actual cost will vary.</p>
   <p><sup>ix</sup> Source: ESG Lab Review commissioned by Dell EMC, <span class="xn-chron">February 2018</span>, versus a competitive Vendor A. <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasYG0Ye7xrHOyihUB9gbMhJCE24p2AJ3BLxNmEC-2FrahhjezbkLXu-2Bjtw-2F-2FJ4oblqn-2BEhB3Losohw9xazgWu8rTUX-2BD0fYV81zasTkRgEfegG3gaApM2c0SG7qat-2BNYCoQj68TPr0LXJW5uTseWuD9Vq-2Fe6p-2FndL57J2hYw8V4k4bE_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJ2-2F3sRCpOwel-2BoBCaBfXSPFJx9HT1lzf3Rfu44ZfOA1g-2BLsr17ajsqhmUSYRqdQKfvBmh3zOMN8-2F14lgAMubUSirT8yg4-2F5vrIyRppA9IaCpNEf1DAbW8C07Y1gFTZxwZzx-2Ff6wsvVD-2FGh4yh2U4HAQ-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Additional information</a> on the testing environment.</p>
   <p><sup>x</sup> Based on Dell EMC internal analysis, <span class="xn-chron">May 2018</span>, using Rubrik's published data. Actual results will vary.</p>
   <p><sup>xi</sup> Dell EMC internal analysis using publically available competitive pricing from Rubrik and Cohesity, <span class="xn-chron">May 2018</span>. Lowest cost-to-protect is based on $ per logical GB. Actual cost will vary.</p>
   <p><sup>xii</sup> Satisfaction Guarantee: Requires purchase of a 3-year ProSupport agreement. Compliance is based on product specifications. Any refund will be prorated.</p>
   <p><sup>xiii</sup> Hardware Investment Protection: Trade-In value determined based on market conditions at Dell EMC's sole discretion.</p>
   <p><sup>xiv</sup> <a href="http://email.prnewswire.com/wf/click?upn=7VDqtAz2AW-2FeY7XnbvsasTuH1RMGejGvx0SwTBzkhGWMUFRa0yjQDoGEv6y8t3jl_q1N77mbql2CxsoEfo2fFiZ6dnlev64IGUSa1KT1DDw1MuprZmQ6aap9NY9k0Le754nDm4PI-2BtkgM1S-2B9p-2Fn9q5ZJm1Q-2F2nzc5uTbm4YL3y3uKePsuB2bRB2Cp-2Br4SeKq9ERYnqvOyLi4QNP7KYh4bZUp7EVwsjR6VmznvUlIrQAaw2Bl5QXmWMRT3YN51QWJSdHxLgftcS7ExYvLxqoi1nxLWG6bhiVFTGlik8n0QdLmN0t-2F-2BQje78k-2F7-2FuB7Jo-2BQAXpYaLUF9kQd55jJN5LTTP3E3wTr0MkDrRMlaNbPAMJWywMIi-2FTJkDe76sjVF62m-2FSeffRyCtsBcA6QnkwyaQ-3D-3D#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" rel="nofollow#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000" target="_blank">Up to 55:1 Data Protection Deduplication Guarantee</a> guarantees effective logical data protection storage capacity of up to 55x the purchased physical capacity. Individual results may vary.</p> 
   
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Le Paris Open Source Summit, 1er événement open source européen, lance son appel à conférences. Plus de 200 conférences seront animées les 5&6 décembre prochains aux Docks de Paris. Le comité de programme 2018 invite tous les acteurs de l’open source et du numérique ouvert à proposer une conférence. Trois thématiques sont retenues pour cette édition 2018 : TECH, SOLUTIONS et ECOSYSTEM.

L'appel à conférences est ouvert jusqu'au vendredi 31 août 2018 minuit sur : http://cfp.opensourcesummit.paris/ 

3 THEMATIQUES A L'HONNEUR

TECH
La thématique TECH est destinée aux technophiles, à ceux qui font tourner nos infrastructures, celles-là même où l'adoption massive du logiciel libre a commencé, à ceux qui bâtissent des applications et globalement à tous ceux qui innovent encore et toujours avec les technologies de demain issues de l’open innovation.
Elle ouvrira le capot des applications d’aujourd’hui pour explorer toutes les couches qui les font tourner – l’infrastructure du datacenter (cloud, containers), la gestion des plateformes dans une dynamique DevOps et les innovations technologiques autour des développements, des données, de l’intelligence artificielle et de l'utilisateur final … sans oublier les sujets encore émergents !

SOLUTIONS
La thématique SOLUTIONS est destinée aux utilisateurs et décideurs, ou toute personne / organisation qui souhaite trouver des réponses opérationnelles en Open Source.
Un accent sera mis sur des témoignages, des retours d'expérience de réalisations de projets, des présentations de solutions répondant à des besoins métiers et/ou transverses. En éclairant les tendances majeures du secteur, cette thématique a pour objectif d'accompagner les utilisateurs et clients dans leurs choix de solutions Open Source.

ECOSYSTEM
La thématique ECOSYSTEM explore les enjeux du Libre bien au-delà du logiciel et s’ouvre aux autres modèles ouverts : Open Data, Open Hardware, Open Content… qui contribuent à rendre l’ouverture mainstream dans notre société, y compris dans nos textes législatifs.
Dans l’optique de renforcer le rôle crucial du numérique ouvert dans les transformations numériques, les questions de transparence, de souveraineté et plus largement d’éthique seront centrales, répondant à des enjeux clés en matière de confiance.
Une tribune particulière sera offerte aux acteurs des écosystèmes d’innovation ouverts qui font le choix de la mutualisation en développant des communs pour innover plus efficacement dans leur secteur : santé, finance, spatial, mobilités, culture, droit, énergie, open gov etc.

LE FIL ROUGE DU PROGRAMME 2018 : OPENING THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION

L’édition 2018 mettra en lumière l’importance de l’Open Source dans la révolution numérique et son impact croissant dans la transformation de nombreux métiers / secteurs, poussée par les technologies émergentes comme la Blockchain, l’Internet des objets, le Cloud, l’Intelligence Artificielle ou le Big Data.

Le numérique ouvre d’énormes opportunités d’innovations qui nécessitent cependant un contexte de confiance et de cybersécurité pour se concrétiser et qui doivent donc être associées à une logique d’ouverture, de mutualisation, de pérennité et de souveraineté.
 
La mainmise des GAFAM sur nos données et leur exploitation, les monopoles créés par ces acteurs américains et leurs équivalents chinois, ont montré les dérives et dangers d’une telle hégémonie et nécessitent également des réponses souveraines afin de restaurer la confiance dans le numérique.
L’Open Source et les modèles ouverts, avec leur approche collaborative, de partage et de transparence, sur lesquels repose aujourd’hui massivement le numérique, est une réponse à ces nécessités.

Cette édition 2018 d’OSS Paris aura à cœur de proposer une approche métier des solutions Open Source.

OSS Paris 2018 réunira l’ensemble des acteurs de l’écosystème Européen et de la Francophonie en permettant de rencontrer les faiseurs et contributeurs qui créent les outils et technologies, mais également les décideurs utilisateurs et consommateurs qui cherchent des solutions ou s’interrogent sur leur stratégie Open Source.

LE COMITE DE PROGRAMME 2018

Élu pour la seconde année consécutive à la tête du comité de programme du Paris Open Source Summit 2018, Pierre Baudracco, fondateur de la société BlueMind, s'est entouré de personnalités reconnues du monde de l'Open Source pour élaborer ce programme 2018 :
VP Ecosystem : Caroline CORBAL, Consultante, Inno3
VP Tech : Stéphane VINCENT, Directeur des Activités RUN, Alter Way
VP Solutions : Laurent MARIE, Président, Worteks
VP International : Patrick KOUASSI, Directeur Smile Côte d’Ivoire
VP Grand Utilisateur : Le CIGREF

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          Senior Software Engineer - Microsoft - Redmond, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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DevOps, Big Data, Machine Learning, Serverless computing etc. High level of comfort communicating effectively across internal and external organizations....
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MA-Boston, A well-established professional services & advanced consulting partner firm is seeking a Regional VP of Sales and Business Development for the New England region to join and lead the successful & growing North American sales organization. This team assists enterprise organizations to formulate and then implement plans in the cloud/big data space. Will be in a player/coach role, as this Regional VP
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We are seeking uncommon and elite innovators who possess both the development skills and business acumen to operate at a hyper-fast and accurate speed. Our rapid innovation team is responsible for using the latest, cutting edge technologies to combine any and all global data, software, and services to create innovative concepts and solutions that will help our customers gain a competitive edge in the digital world. The Solera Global Data & Content team is looking for a Hadoop Architect...
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El presidente de la Comunidad de Madrid, Ángel Garrido, ha anunciado hoy un importante refuerzo de la oferta de Formación Profesional con la implantación de 7 nuevos ciclos formativos y la ampliación de otros 26. Así lo ha avanzado Garrido durante la firma de un convenio de colaboración con la empresa Accenture para potenciar la empleabilidad de los alumnos de FP, concretamente de la familia de Informática y Comunicaciones, incorporando competencias relacionadas con Big Data o Ciberseguridad, entre otras.


Tras la firma de este convenio, Garrido ha subrayado que en la Comunidad de Madrid “queremos ampliar las oportunidades laborales de los jóvenes madrileños, y que las empresas que apuestan por Madrid para implantarse encuentren profesionales con una preparación excelente”. Para lograr este objetivo, el presidente madrileño ha explicado que en la Comunidad de Madrid “estamos aumentando el número de alumnos de Formación Profesional en todas las modalidades, y adaptando las mismas a las necesidades reales del mercado laboral”. 

El próximo curso escolar los alumnos madrileños podrán elegir nuevos ciclos formativos, 2 de Grado Medio: Emergencia Sanitaria, y Técnico en Redes y Estaciones de Tratamiento de Aguas (modalidad dual); y 5 de Grado Superior: Técnico Superior en Promoción de Igualdad de Género, Técnico Superior en Vestuario a Medida y de Espectáculos, Técnico Superior en Gestión del Agua (modalidad dual), Técnico Superior en Acondicionamiento Físico (modalidad presencial y dual) y Técnico Superior en Enseñanza y Animación Sociodeportiva (modalidad presencial y dual). Además, este incremento de la oferta educativa se ve complementado con la ampliación de otros 26 ciclos formativos ya existentes.

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As Sarah Lamdan has documented both Thomson Reuters and RELX are supplying search solutions for their compiled surveillance data to law enforcement agencies, including ICE. She has also called attention to the ethical issues information professionals face in light of this development. One issue that affects law librarians who use WEXIS legal search services is the extent to which, if any, there is cross-pollination of usage data from WEXIS legal search platforms to their surveillance search platforms. One would think our WEXIS representatives would be able to answer one simple yes/no question — Does WEXIS use legal search user data in their surveillance search platforms? Hopefully this question will be asked and answered straightforwardly at CRIV’s Vendor Roundtable Sunday. That assumes WEXIS will send company representatives to the roundtable to serve as participants, not just observers, and further assumes that WEXIS responses will not hide behind a…
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           Digital Counties Survey 2018: Winners Prioritize Culture, Collaboration and Automation       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Click through the rest of our story for detailed write-ups on each winner.

A county IT leader may encounter any number of existential crises: Budget cuts shred the IT workforce. Wildfires literally burn half the county to the ground. A new business process dumps 80,000 new users on the system. These are the kinds of things that can break an IT shop.

The winners of the 16th Annual Digital Counties Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government,* have tackled these and a range of other seemingly mortal threats, and come out shining. They’ve learned to cope with the unexpected and seen their thoughtful investments bear fruit in the face of unexpected challenges.

When the going gets rough, this is how IT gets going.

Nevada County, Calif., 1st Place, up to 150,000 Population Category

In Nevada County, headcount is down 26 percent from pre-recession levels, and CIO Steve Monaghan is learning to do more with less. 

That means doing the big jobs first: Cybersecurity is critical and he’s attacked that. It also means leveraging IT assets. Investments in cloud have helped him to make the most of sparse resources. Mostly, though, Monaghan’s task as an IT leader has been to impart a sense of ownership to all involved in supporting the county’s technology needs. 

“We spend a lot of time building culture around taking an entrepreneurial approach,” he said. “We’ve done workshops, we have done a whole service-management initiative aimed at defining everything we offer, every piece of equipment we manage, so that everything has an owner within IT. Everybody knows who is responsible for what, and we ask people to be entrepreneurs over their own services. We want them to run with the ball.” 

Take for instance the network analyst in charge of the VMware farm. “His documentation is immaculate. He has a very tightly run ship. We know what we have, and as a result the service level is very high. We’ve never had an outage on that virtual farm, because he has really taken it to heart that those are his,” Monaghan said. 

Same goes for the analyst overseeing the replacement of the first-generation VPN platform. “He taps into other members to support that, but ultimately he owns that. There’s a sense of ownership that drives the project forward, which in turn leads to an enhanced, more reliable product for the customer,” Monaghan said.

How can a government IT leader spark that entrepreneurial spirit? Much of it comes down to setting expectations. “In the last six months we had a Ph.D. in organizational development come in for multiple sessions to refresh our Values and Expectations document, to do a workshop geared around what it means to take ownership,” he said. “As IT leaders, we have to build these cultural processes, something bigger than any one project. That’s the secret sauce of delivering excellent IT services.”

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Arlington County, Va., 1st Place, 150,000-249,999 Population Category

CIO Jack Belcher doesn’t just want to be a back-end provider. He says his department’s job is to serve the public good, a mission he pursues with uncommon vigor. 

“If you make sure the network is running, that the servers are secure — well, that’s what you are expected to do,” he said. “Taking it to the next step is what distinguishes a CIO from an IT director. That next step is all about understanding your community.” 

It isn’t easy to know what the public wants or needs, or how IT can best facilitate. To meet the challenge, Belcher has gone right to the source, organizing a series of public gatherings around the theme of “Defining Arlington’s Digital Destiny.” 

“The idea is to bring together leaders from education, from the community, from government, to think about what might be possible,” Belcher said. He’s hosted events on the future of education, the nature of work, and what it means to be an intelligent community. 

These public gatherings have directly informed the IT agenda. Take for example the recently completed deployment of a countywide fiber-optic network. “These discussions transformed our vision of what to do with that asset,” he said. 

Sure, the fiber could spur development and drive economic growth — they knew that going in. But with community input, the vision evolved. “We saw that we could provide an immense value in the form of digital equity, providing people in affordable housing with free broadband access. That helps break the bonds of poverty,” Belcher said. “It took these discussions to bring that idea to the surface and make it possible.”

Community input likewise helped spur development of a mobile project-tracker app to help keep residents informed about civic undertakings. “We want to make that data available in a form where residents can easily find out what we are doing. How are we spending our money? We want to leverage the technology to provide that level of transparency.”

When the CIO seeks citizen input, there’s risk involved. What if they ask for something extravagant? What if they put something entirely unexpected on the table? Belcher said a strong relationship with county leadership gave him the confidence to open that door. “You can’t do this unless your elected officials have the confidence that you are doing the right thing. There has to be a level of mutual trust,” he said.

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Dutchess County, N.Y., 1st Place. 250,000-499,999 Population Category

It’s not just that budgets are stagnant. It’s that, in a time of stagnant budgets, everybody still wants more. Towns want upgraded websites. Cops want cutting-edge technologies. For Glenn Marchi, commissioner of the Dutchess County Office of Central and Information Services, the challenge is to deliver on all that, without breaking the bank. 

“Shared services are key to doing that,” he said. 

This year Marchi’s team worked with public safety officials to bring online emergency 911 service, computer-aided dispatch, and new records managements systems for law enforcement and corrections. The initiative saved the police $500,000 by leveraging county IT resources, including existing hardware and multi-jurisdictional software licenses. 

Marchi has taken the same approach in beefing up the websites of half a dozen towns, police departments and fire districts. His IT professionals will design a site and host it on shared infrastructure. By leveraging these resources across multiple uses, “we can design to exactly their specifications, and we can do it at a lower cost than an outside vendor,” he said.

Towns are free to use outside vendors, and Marchi says isn’t looking to compete with local private-sector IT providers. But he adds that in many cases, the county’s shared-service approach will prove the logical economic choice. 

IT leaders looking to follow this model would do well to reach out actively to civic leaders. The Dutchess County executive hosts an annual Municipal Innovation Summit to ensure mayors and town council members know what is available to them. 

“Our county executive leads that discussion, and anytime an IT solution pops up, my job is to share how that technology can enable a business solution or solve a business problem. I’m there as the CIO for the county to share how technology can be employed to achieve our specific strategic goals,” Marchi said. 

Without such gatherings, it can be hard for a shared services initiative to pick up steam. “We have had seven newly elected town supervisors and mayors in the past year. They have no idea these services are even available,” he said. “It’s our job to tell that story.”

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Sonoma County, Calif., 1st Place, 500,000-999,999 Population Category

When wildfires swept through Sonoma County, Calif. in the fall of 2017, Director of Information Systems John Hartwig found the IT landscape as radically transformed as the rolling hills, now scorched and scarred.

“The wildfires put a lot of things on hold. Everybody had to step back and take a new look at the situation,” he said. Geospatial systems suddenly were front and center, along with document management capabilities. Website volume blew up exponentially.

“GIS, for example, had a huge responsibility in things like tracking the fire, tracking the road closures. All that had a spatial component to it,” he said. “The volume on the websites went up at least three times from everybody trying to seek information and find resources. With document management, suddenly everybody was processing requests that would be essential to us filing for federal aid. That means we needed a lot of forms and a lot of document-capturing tools to make sure our record keeping was clean, consistent and available for future reference.”

The key to success: an early investment in virtualization. 

“We had made an advance move early on to virtual machines, where we were able to shift resources on the fly — storage, memory and processing capacity — to the applications that were most urgent,” Hartwig said. 

The county had begun roughly three years ago to virtualize its server environment: An original inventory of more than 700 servers is now about 90 percent virtualized. That infrastructure delivered the flexibility and agility needed to spin up IT capacity and balance workloads in the face of the new, unexpected demands. 

“It put us in a very good position to add to or share resources. If we have 50 applications that are critical to the response, it’s nice to be able to slide resources over to those applications,” Hartwig said. “I don’t think we could have had all these services up and running if we were still on dedicated equipment.”

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Montgomery County, Md., 1st Place, 1,000,000 or More Population Category

In Montgomery County, Md., the county runs the booze business. Last year that became IT’s problem, and it triggered a renewed focus on cybersecurity.

“The liquor system needed automated support for warehousing, distribution and point of sale. So it was decided that we would incorporate that into our relatively new Oracle ERP system,” said CIO Sonny Segal. That meant a sudden leap in the user base. “We are up to almost 100,000 external identities in addition to the 20,000 county identities.”

Segal already had a watchful eye on cyberissues, but with the massive influx of non-county users on the system, security became the focus of renewed attention. The IT team put new mechanisms in place to guard against spam and phishing attacks. They also tightened end-point management, effectively cutting enterprise vulnerabilities in half.

“We have taken a very aggressive stance on eliminating endpoint vulnerabilities through continual scanning and remediation,” Segal said. “We are not shy about taking end points offline and pursuing replacement and reimaging on a very aggressive schedule. Those things have paid off in the form of greatly reduced risk.”

Segal upped the security game by implementing tighter controls around IT devices, ensuring that all devices that touch county systems are registered for IT security oversight. He also uses dashboards and other reporting mechanisms to hold individuals and departments more publicly liable for their role in supporting the cybereffort.

“We have implemented risk-based dashboards that include the number of people who didn’t take cybertraining, the number of security instances that can be assigned to specific business units,” he said. “That all connects to our dedication to managing by measurement. Our chief administrative officer has each of the department heads accountable in public sessions for measurements in their business areas. Now security is one of those measured scorecards, and as result we have seen significant improvements in risk reduction.”

Click here to see all the winners in this category, and click through the rest of our story for detailed write-ups on each winner.

*The Center for Digital Government is part of e.Republic, Government Technology’s parent company.

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Up to 150,000 Population Category

Click points on the map above to learn more about each winner. Red indicates 1st place winners, yellow indicates 2nd place winners, green indicates 3rd place winners, and blue indicates winners that placed 4th through 10th.

1st Nevada County, Calif.

One of 10 Sierra Nevada agencies that were ground zero to the state’s formative Gold Rush, Nevada County, Calif., built on IT accomplishments to reclaim the No. 1 spot in the smallest population category for the second time in three years. Guided by a supportive Board of Supervisors that has set clear technology investment policy, a strategic plan focused on service and an enterprise technology reserve fund, the county of nearly 100,000 has expanded and refreshed online and tech offerings.

County supervisors prioritized innovation in their 2018 value statements, forming an innovation team led by the chief information officer. The county also held a Citizen’s Academy to educate residents on their government. It launched a new regional law enforcement activity map last month, and has created a new public communications position aimed at identifying ways to improve information pushed out to the public through social media and the Internet. The agency is in early stages on an enterprise-level contract management system and has implemented a new in-vehicle video system that fosters collaboration between its district attorney and sheriff’s office.

Nevada County's CivicPlus-powered public website went live in August 2017 with responsive design that eliminated the need for a separate mobile site. The MyNeighborhood app on the website offers parcel, land and property data with new layers documenting marijuana ordinance and roadway information; and the county’s Open Data Portal offers residents a better way to search 18 layers of GIS data. AskNevadaCounty, another app accessible through the website, uses Accela’s customer relationship management (CRM) system to sort questions in eight categories, submit service requests and get answers from six city departments. Plus, new kiosks facilitate residents’ access to probation, sheriff’s and building departments, enabling functions including probationer self-service and building plan submission.

2nd Albemarle County, Va.

Although it slipped from first to second place this year, Albemarle County, Va., (population 108,000) continues its success in transparency and efficiency for citizens. The county uses GIS-enabled apps to let the public view open building permits and important county records like building applications and parcel activity. Residents are also encouraged to give feedback on the county budget and stay up to date with e-newsletters, email and community meetings. The county Board of Supervisors authorized the establishment of a broadband authority to meet the area's growing Internet needs, and the authority has gotten a $430,000 grant to expand broadband and improve wireless coverage for first responders in rural Albemarle.

Albemarle considers cybersecurity an important concern. The county partners with the University of Virginia and the city of Charlottesville to discuss cybersecurity issues, and meets with other universities, school districts and localities statewide to publish the Cybersecurity Partnership for Virginia Cities and Counties report (funded by the National Science Foundation).

This region shares just one emergency communications center, and this year, the county successfully rolled out two records management systems for four public safety agencies to replace incompatible legacy systems. IT teams partnered to launch New World Systems for the police department and Image Trends for fire and rescue, as well as computer-aided dispatch system updates.

3rd Allegan County, Mich.

Third place is a familiar ranking for Allegan County, Mich., which finished in the same spot for counties of up to 150,000 residents last year. Despite this success, county leadership notes, however, that within its ongoing vision it needs to be “continuing to evaluate the technology itself to find efficiencies that will ultimately help offset increasing costs.” If there’s a simpler way to sum up the heart of gov tech efforts, we haven’t heard it. It all speaks to Allegan’s practicality. This is an efficient county that is, for example, prolonging the life of its PCs and laptops by using virtual desktops, thereby still enabling quick and responsive computing. Allegan has also redirected money saved there to cybersecurity.

Meanwhile, the county continues to use analytics and look at trends to tailor its website to customer needs, also using data to build new online services and improve upon existing ones. Data is also helping the county with law enforcement and emergency services deployment, for which it is using GIS and computer-aided dispatch mapping to enhance preparedness, noting emergency management events “rely on data sharing, real-time mapping and data system integrations.” This is especially important with an aging nuclear power plant nearby. The county is also engaged in smaller improvements such as replacing its online court calendar system and deploying digital signage that displays docket information in its courthouse lobby. It’s also improving its online veteran services site and its parks reservation system. Moving forward, digital inclusion is also a priority. The past two years, the county has worked with the Connect Michigan Public Services Commission to complete a broadband assessment. That info is now being used by local city leaders to guide projects aimed at increasing broadband access within their communities.

4th Mono County, Calif.

Mono County, Calif., is home to 13,981 residents, and while it may be small in terms of its population, it has big plans for the future. Mono County, which tied for fourth place in its population category, is currently working with the California Department of Transportation to explore using the Highway 395 corridor and the fiber-optic network that runs alongside it as a testing site for smart transportation technologies. The county is envisioning using Highway 395 as a testbed for autonomous vehicles and other emerging technologies, given its two-hour proximity to Tesla’s Gigafactory in Reno, Nev.

In addition to its smart transportation aspirations, Mono County has several Web initiatives as well. The Transparent Mono County website portal is expected to roll out this month and consolidate its open and transparent applications into one location, which will also feature the capabilities to allow users to retrieve information in three clicks or fewer. The county’s website also has an area for contractors and vendors to bid on its projects using a platform where they can enter their business profile, respond to open RFPs and receive notification of new projects.

4th Montgomery County, Va.

Montgomery County, Va., population 98,509, managed to hold onto its fourth-place spot for a third year in a row, this year tying with Mono County, Calif. The county continued its focus on cybersecurity with the completion of two cybersecurity assessments, one by the Virginia National Guard’s Data Processing Unit and the other with a private entity. Recommendations from those assessments will be implemented in a three-phase cybersecurity plan, the first phase of which has already been completed. The county also this year hired a full-time network engineer/security analyst to oversee software and system patches and address vulnerability concerns.

The county has opened a couple of new buildings, including a state-of-the-art dispatching facility for the newly established New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority (911 Authority). The 911 Authority centralizes dispatch functions for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia Tech Police Department, and the police departments for the towns of Blacksburg and Christiansburg. The Authority has plans to implement next-generation 911 capabilities, including text messaging, into its dispatch services in the future. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office also got 30,000 square feet of office space in a new Public Safety Building, and the Animal Care and Adoption Center opened its new facility to the public in April 2017. Animal adoptions have increased thanks to the improved environment in the new facility, as well as the implementation of a cloud-based animal care management site and a pet finder site. The county’s dedication to social media paid off last summer during a dog food supply shortage — a “code red” Facebook post saw 1,500 pounds of food donated within two days. A second "code red" for kitten food a month later reached nearly 17,000 people and was so effective that some area stores were sold out.

5th Napa County, Calif.

Napa County has been through a lot in the past six months. Its population of 142,456 went through a month-long wildfire in October, where devastation eventually spread across multiple Northern California counties. Staying in fifth place for the second year, Napa County is working toward a citizen-centric approach for IT with constituent safety at the forefront. With the wildfire came shocking realizations about weaknesses in emergency operations. The Emergency Operations Center purchased additional GIS technology to gain more knowledge on pertinent geographical data. IT is also working with Health and Human Services to create a data warehouse to connect data analytics capabilities to different programs in Napa. The existing 911 system will also eventually be replaced, extending service to American Canyon and Yountville in the process. During the fire when people weren’t being notified of what was going on, officials knew change was needed. IT is in the process of purchasing InformaCast, a notification system, to provide enhanced staff notification during emergency events. Currently in place is a NIXLE channel used to communicate emergency alerts, recovery information and act as a key source for community messaging and connectivity. NIXLE is also used to send text alerts on road closures, evacuation orders, shelter information and recovery details.

And despite the focus on getting better prepared for emergencies, traditional IT also got some upgrades. The county website was redesigned and moved to a modern content management system, creating more efficient access to GIS data. Throughout the year, IT leadership will continue beefing up security practices to better safeguard county data, regardless of its location.

5th Roanoke County, Va.

Roanoke County, Va., retained its fifth-place spot this year, continuing to build on its impressive array of open data and citizen engagement efforts with a new app that provides its 93,655 residents with information about the new federal Mountain Valley Pipeline that will run through the county. Through the Mountain Valley Pipeline Viewer application, residents can use an interactive map to view layers of information about the project, including various routes, mile-post markers, workspace areas and tax parcels.

Roanoke County gathered some of the information for the Pipeline Viewer app through the efforts of its newly formed Drone Team, which did a flyover of the project site to map the area. Created under the auspices of the county Fire and Rescue Department in order to help evaluate fire areas and find lost hikers, the Drone Team has quickly proven that it has many more potential applications than were originally envisioned for it. The county is planning on using the team to conduct inspections and create orthomosaics, 3-D meshes and more that will assist in future projects.

The security breach that affected the city of Atlanta at the beginning of 2018 was enough of a wake-up call for Roanoke County to decide that it needed to take a serious look at its own cybersecurity posture. While the county received a good score on a vulnerability assessment conducted by the Virginia National Guard, just above a four on a five-point scale, it discovered that it needed to improve its security training for employees and is already making plans to do so.

6th Franklin County, Va.

In Franklin County, Va., supporting residents and government operations has most notably centered on public safety. These efforts include ongoing improvements to the fire and rescue radio system, and a 911 dispatch fail-over plan with neighboring Patrick County. Additionally Franklin County is leveraging mapping and data to assess response times and make improvements to how public safety crews are deployed. Mapping critical infrastructure, like gas lines, has also been an ongoing effort to keep the county’s 56,000 residents and public safety teams safe during emergency situations.

When it comes to Internet connectivity, Franklin County is taking a proactive approach to broadband through public-private partnerships. The county is currently assessing where technology and service is most lacking and using that information to prompt conversations with service providers about how to fill gaps and design an inclusive coverage plan.

Cybersecurity continues to be a work in progress in the county. Awareness training and cybersecurity insurance are part of the plan, but the county’s detailed strategy continues to evolve as its needs are identified and change. Like many other counties, Franklin is not doing this work unhampered. The state continues to add requirements while funding recedes, and changes to the tax base have prompted discussions about where to go next. A rapidly aging population is compounding the issue of revenue and taxable income. In spite of these challenges, the county is looking to redevelop a business park to move the needle and create more opportunity for tax revenue to make its way into county coffers.

6th York County, Va.

For a county in the smallest population category, York County, Va., has a surprising number of leading technology efforts underway. Many endeavors underline a strategy of upgrading and streamlining systems to operate as efficiently as possible. Examples include consolidating data centers and a new financial management system. York County’s commitment to transparency is demonstrated by a public portal now in development that will offer timely financial information, including tax and real-estate data, on a public dashboard. Engagement tools in regular use include online surveys, a resident notification service, video streaming and an active Facebook presence that has increased its followers by more than 200 percent over the past year and a half. When it comes to public safety, the county sheriff’s department is using drone technology to enhance crime-fighting efforts and lobbying to allow the use of drone-captured data in judicial proceedings. High marks also go to York County for its cybersecurity practices, which it has built upon significantly in recent months. An additional layer of intrusion detection now safeguards police bodycam video on its way to the cloud, as well as the county’s open Wi-Fi network. In-depth traffic analysis helps keep tabs on user activity and ongoing awareness training is continually enhanced to meet evolving threats.

7th Skagit County, Wash.

Located north of Seattle, Skagit County, Wash., faces a host of issues despite the state’s overall healthy economy. Technology is expected to play a key role in improving the county’s public health concerns, for example, with the deployment of a software tool that will evaluate the effectiveness of county health initiatives. New mapping and analytics software will also help the county prevent drug overdoses and deaths. Skagit is mounting a major community engagement initiative that will make meetings more productive and draw in underrepresented groups, and technology will make the county’s engagement more interactive. For example, the government expects to have an online survey tool that will allow commissioners to see how well they are engaging the community, and how they can improve engagement and measure feedback around such issues as new infrastructure for ferry service. The county has also modernized service operations with the Information Technology Infrastructure Library service models, and is the first county to implement a “one-stop” property search that integrates data from separate internal systems to provide a common view of information on its public website.

8th Summit County, Utah

With a population of just under 40,000, Summit County comes in eighth place in its population category for its work in public safety and emergency preparedness, among other initiatives. In reviewing its disaster recovery plan in 2016, the county found they it did have not the computer power to set up a hot site during a disaster. The county purchased the necessary equipment and installed it in late 2017. It included three Dell R630 servers running VMware VSphere 6.5 and a Dell Compellent SC4020 Storage Array with 30 TB of usable disk space. This was a small build, but major for a smaller county and significant, as the county can now run all its applications and storage on it if the main systems were to go down. The setup is a mirror image to the current one and can be flipped and installed in a few hours.

One of Summit County Council’s top strategic goals is to improve the transportation system by reducing traffic congestion. The Bike Share mobile app was a pilot started in 2017 in the hopes of reducing traffic in the summer. It allows residents to register by website or smartphone and pay for rentals, and the “electric bike share” was a huge success. The public signs up easily via smartphone and the website provides statistics on the usage of bikes.

9th Chatham County, N.C.

Chatham County, N.C., is a newcomer to the rankings, finishing 9th  for jurisdictions in its population category. Located in the Piedmont area of the state, just west of Raleigh, Chatham County adopted a new comprehensive plan in late 2017. The county notes that “until that plan was adopted the efforts of Chatham County tech efforts have been pretty traditional.” In the months since it has been put in place, however, the tech team has been rebranded "Chatham IT" and now includes representatives from all county agencies that service other departments. This helps to align tech efforts with ongoing work to improve the overall county government while also continuing traditional IT support. Technologists in Chatham have worked hard to make themselves more visible so that their work is included in all ideas and vendor efforts.

In terms of public-facing work, the comprehensive plan has been published online in its entirety to foster transparency and accountability. While discussions have been had around providing more open data, work has not progressed past the discussion phase. The county website, however, is being reworked with a citizen-centric vision that has already led to the additions of a permitting portal and e-notices. Chatham is also working to collaborate with local municipalities to help bring broadband to unserved and underserved areas, with one specific effort taking the form of grant applications for funding. Throughout the survey, however, what is perhaps most striking about Chatham is its potential for the future. Tech and innovation work at the moment is a bit modest, but with the comprehensive plan now in place, a commitment is being made to incorporating it into more efforts moving forward.

10th Gloucester County, Va.

A sparsely populated coastal region, Gloucester County, Va., cites developing wireless broadband throughout the area as one of its top priorities, an effort that recently resulted in a new public-private agreement with Cox Communications. And in January 2018, broadband was made available for 96 residential and 20 commercial properties in the northern half of the small county, home to a total of fewer than 37,000 citizens.

County meetings are streamed live to residents via the Granicus platform, while other avenues to encourage citizen engagement include text-to-voice Readspeaker via the county website, which also makes more information around budgets and compensation available. In additional engagement efforts, Gloucester County is active on social media, communicating with constituents on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn. This year the county also updated its website, streamlining services to citizens and making content ADA compliant.

Gloucester County is in the process of syncing currently siloed databases and systems, an effort that could lead to the development of dashboards, data-consolidation and error-proofing. They are also working toward implementing a central ERP system to create efficiencies across the agency. In the interest of creating strong cybersecurity with a small footprint, the county has moved several key applications to software-as-a-service and other hosted environments.

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150,000-249,999 Population Category

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1st Arlington County, Va.

Arlington County is a first-place digital county for the third year running. Of note among an impressive array of comprehensive initiatives are the county’s engagement efforts, where they continually demonstrate a commitment to service delivery that aligns with citizen priorities. To standardize on their own proven strategies, the county has published a six-step public engagement guide outlining a process for capital projects guided by principles including inclusion and mutual respect, timely and accessible communication, transparency, and accountability. The county is also making strides on open data, with an advisory group weighing in on efforts like an inventory of countywide data, identifying data-sharing opportunities, establishing governance policies and partnering with local universities to extend analytics capabilities. New online tools include an internally developed library app that offers users geolocation, bar code scanning, notifications, meeting room booking and catalog search features.

Collaborative endeavors include serving as host to the first regional government chief information officer summit to facilitate coordination between local jurisdictions on technology and innovation-related issues. Along those same lines, the county is looking into a partnership with area public schools to share network and telephone systems to make operations more efficient. When it comes to cybersecurity, Arlington County has added many new and upgraded tools to its arsenal to guard against phishing emails, ransomware and malware, as well as other threats to the network. A “quick-step” button gives staff a simple way of passing suspicious emails along to IT staff as attachments. To fortify its disaster recovery posture, the county is transitioning from its two county-based data centers to an “active-active” data center setup off-premise in colocation facilities.

2nd Charles County, Md.

Advancing into second place since last year, Charles County has a long-running history with the Digital Counties survey — and 2018 is no different. The county’s ability to build upon its citizen-centric focus plays a large part in its success. Transparency between the locality and constituents is key — and making strides to connect broadband in rural communities is a big piece of the effort. Charles County has been working with cable TV franchises as well as private Internet service providers (ISPs) to help extend connectivity to rural areas.

Expansive online initiatives also help get citizens involved. The county website provides easily navigable resources, including a transparency page to view county budget information, audit reports, and salary data at any time and an interactive checkbook. The GetConnected program also became a mobile-friendly tool that helps connect residents and most of the county’s social media links, all on one page. Internally, the county’s Institutional Network (INet) connects over 120 anchor sites and city departments.

Strengthening cybersecurity efforts continues to be an area of focus for Charles County IT. The Cybersecurity Awareness Training program provides a curriculum for and assessment of full-time and part-time employees in best cybersecurity practices. As mentioned last year, the county chose to retain its cybersecurity insurance to guard against breaches. Taking it one step further, the county will test its own network by undergoing a Comprehensive Risk Assessment.

3rd Cabarrus County, N.C.

Though investing heavily in education and school construction, Cabarrus County, N.C., has continued to support and fund technology initiatives to automate and consolidate services, create shared services, and increase collaboration between departments and jurisdictions. The county partnered with SeamlessGov to transform the way citizens interact with the government and complete a mobile-friendly website redesign with user-optimized content. The new site offers an intuitive and consistent user experience that modernizes citizen/staff interactions. The site provides an integrated live chat feature with a chatbot that offers articles from a new help portal. And if the article doesn’t meet the citizen’s needs, they are connected to an integrated help desk contact form.

The county’s Open Data platform, using Esri ArcGIS online subscriptions, was redesigned for mobile access to provide county data; support local, regional and national collaboration; and provide self-service access to residents, businesses, municipalities, researchers and economic developers. The county also boasts new informational video vignettes to engage and inform citizens about government activities, services and events.

4th Boone County, Mo.

Boone County, Mo., home of the University of Missouri, rose from 10th place in its category in 2017 to fourth place in this year’s survey. Located in the literal heart of the state about midway between Kansas City, Mo., and St. Louis, Mo., Boone County is just a short drive north of the state’s capital. The jurisdiction’s most significant accomplishment in the past 12 months was perhaps the ongoing redesign of its website, more than half of which is now live and available to the public. Like many jurisdictions, Boone is using this redesign to make its overall Web presence more user-friendly, complete with enhanced access to services and data. To that end, the redesign is being guided by citizen-centric research, which has already led to new features such as embedded social media feeds, mobile-friendly functionality, and consolidated menus. Work on the website will continue moving forward in phases.

In terms of internal improvements, much has been done for emergency responsiveness. Last year, the city and county 911 services were consolidated, and they have now moved into a new centralized crisis management hub. Responders and adjacent personnel have also transitioned to new software and a new database that make it easier to share information and do things in the field such as record road closures with a mobile device for subsequent upload to public-facing platforms. Hiring processes have also become more efficient throughout the county, with many moving from paperwork to a digital portal. Although much of the work in Boone is practical, there is innovation underway as well. One such project includes a collaborative effort between Boone County IT, the University of Chicago and the Corporation for Supportive Housing to develop a data aggregation tool to identify citizens in need of homelessness assistance or other services.

5th Davidson County, N.C.

Davidson County, located adjacent to Winston-Salem, N.C., has been a leader in performance-based budgeting for more than 15 years. By focusing on outcomes and evaluating programs by measuring the relationship between resources and results, the county has saved over $29 million during that time period. A key driver in performance budgeting has been technology. For example, Davidson has invested in document management software for its human resources department that has eliminated inefficient paper management while freeing up valuable space once occupied by filing cabinets.

The county also attributes its open, transparent government policies and practices to the success of performance-based budgeting. Examples include live streaming of all commissioner board meetings and a public-facing budget and financial dashboard that shows citizens how and where county funds are being used. To bolster its IT security needs, the county has been carrying cyberinsurance for the past six years. This is in addition to several comprehensive cybersecurity measures taken by the county to protect its information assets.

5th Pitt County

When it comes to providing improved health care for citizens, Pitt County, N.C., which serves 175,842 residents and ranked fifth in the 150,000-249,000 population category, took on two health-care-related initiatives.

In a public-private partnership, Pitt County teamed up with Vidant Health to leverage the company’s investment in electronic health records. In 2017, the county finalized an agreement with Vidant to service resident needs by using the company's hosted electronic health record system. The county found it provided a better health outcome for residents while keeping a lid on costs. PulsePoint, which launched earlier this year, is a public-facing mobile app that lets CPR-trained residents volunteer as first responders in emergencies by connecting to Pitt County’s 911 data system. This app, along with the Vidant partnership, aids the county in its three-year Technology Strategic Plan, which aligns technology initiatives with the county’s mission and goals.

Other initiatives from Pitt County include the addition of a location-based open data platform from Esri, which features frequently-requested information in user-friendly formats. Self-service tools allow citizens to filter, sort and export many types of data, including planning and permitting, land records, education and parks and recreation. The tool is a vastly improved resource compared to the previous county data portal. In addition, a new complaint tracking tool for environmental health allows staff to better monitor conditions and predict future outbreaks.

6th Delaware County, Ohio

Delaware County has taken a number of steps to better communicate and engage with constituents. A farming community north of Columbus, Delaware County is also the fastest-growing county in the state, making improved opportunities to connect with residents all the more essential. Some of these improvements include rebranded visuals such as the county website, which was relaunched in April 2018 after a seven-month overhaul. Public meetings are live-streamed via YouTube, which allows for viewing on mobile devices. The county has also turned to Survey Monkey as well as social media platforms for feedback from residents related to county infrastructure needs.

In June 2018, the county plans to have launched its Text 911 service, which allows the public to send text messages to the Emergency Communications Dispatch Center. And in the Clerk of Court office, court documents can now be e-filed, and search capabilities are now available for attorneys and the public.

Meanwhile, the Delaware County Auditor is now using remotely sensed infrared imagery technology to detect crop types, total acreage and other information. The county is also putting drone technology to work, using UAV imaging tools to inform status updates for the public on various county projects. Other notable efforts include tangible steps toward reducing paper use, and tablet computers issued to county assessors to encourage increased productivity in the field.

7th Union County, N.C.

In Union County, N.C., technology is not about the shiniest new tools or throwing money at problems — it’s about meeting the needs of the more than 222,740 residents and county staff. With a dedicated IT team of just 14, the county has been able to meet the demands of a rapidly changing environment while investing in areas that will serve as the foundation for future innovations. One such example is efforts to implement data standards to ensure that digital records are not only secure, but accessible for future users. In a similar vein, IT staff are evaluating outdated legacy systems for retirement and pushing to digitize physical documents. County staff are also working to create an interdepartmental form and file structure for the planning, inspection, tax and registrar departments. This will improve efficiencies and simplify home purchase paperwork across the four departments.

When it comes to cybersecurity and resilience, Union County makes a valiant effort to defend its IT infrastructure — even in the face of harsh and sometimes dangerous weather. In addition to having a full-time cybersecurity professional dedicated to securing tech assets, an off-site location protects county data from the likes of hurricanes, tornadoes, severe winter weather and even earthquakes. Data is backed up nightly and checked to ensure it is intact and uncorrupted. Plans are in the works to relocate the backup center.

8th Onslow County, N.C.

Onslow County has appeared on lists of the places in the U.S. where opioid abuse is at its worst, and in response its leaders directed IT to help set up a detox center in cooperation with a group of public and private organizations. The department has helped establish the necessary IT infrastructure to run the center when it opens later this year.

The county has committed to opening its GIS data and has published some very utilitarian data sets online, such as permits, health inspections, flood ratings and video of county commission meetings. It’s on its way to a more general approach to open data beyond the geospatial offerings.

In an effort to drive innovation, the county has set up an idea incubator meant to act like an internal startup where employees can put forward creative suggestions. That atmosphere of support for thoughtfulness extends to IT’s methods for staff retention and growth; it prides itself on listening to employees’ ideas and treating mistakes as “paths to growth.” It is also working on setting up an academy where employees can hone leadership and management skills.

Going forward, performance measurement and management will be a big area of emphasis for Onslow County. It is planning to convene a committee that will work on aligning performance metrics with goals. The IT staff will support that effort by using cloud-based business intelligence software and setting up internal and external performance dashboards.

9th Paulding County, Ga.

Paulding County, Ga., which has nearly doubled in population since 2000, earned ninth place in its size category for an emphasis on connecting more than 152,000 residents to services around the clock, expanding its level of cybersecurity training to staff, and updating its existing Internet presence. Officials in the suburban county outside Atlanta already reach citizens via virtual town halls, live-streaming board meetings, and on social media, including via their Facebook site and YouTube channel. Residents can make service requests, register for programs, pay fees, and research voting, land and parcel data via the county website.

But officials are enhancing the city website to aggregate social media connections and include a blog from the chairman. The new site is expected to go live later this year. During the next 12 to 18 months, officials will also improve their expense transparency with the deployment of an Open Checkbook application; and make additional use of voice messaging apps. Also on the way in the next two years are self-service kiosks for citizens and expanded use of digital signage.

The county maintains 12 miles of fiber-optic cable underground and its fiber plant connects to a Tier 1 provider, but future plans are to use special tax monies to connect the plant to a second Tier 1 provider for redundancy. The agency backs up its data nightly, and maintains disaster recovery and continuity plans, but has hired an outside cybersecurity firm to assess staff — and has noticed improvement as a result. Additionally officials have secured their firewalls, and have conducted annual penetration testing.

10th Jackson County, Mich.

A shift in IT leadership this spring means Jackson County, Mich., is in a bit of transitional period, but it has big plans for using technology to help move the county forward. IT’s goals are aligned well with the county’s strategic plan, with particular emphasis on economic development, safe and healthy communities, and government efficiency. The agency is focused on making as many citizen services available online as possible to avoid any unnecessary trips to county offices. Going forward, plans include continuing to update online offerings, developing their GIS division, and implementing mobile apps and Google Home capabilities.

Strengthening the county’s cybersecurity posture tops the IT department’s list of priorities, and staff members are looking into cyberinsurance, as well as ransomware prevention tools, security-as-a-service and data encryption enforcement. Jackson County is also working on its disaster recovery plan, identifying what operations would be mission-critical in the event of a major outage and actively using GIS to determine points of need in its infrastructure and network. On the public safety front, the county has plans to implement next-gen 911 and video surveillance in the near future, along with some use of drones.

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250,000-499,999 Population Category

Click points on the map above to learn more about each winner. Red indicates 1st place winners, yellow indicates 2nd place winners, green indicates 3rd place winners, and blue indicates winners that placed 4th through 10th.

1st Dutchess County, N.Y.

Dutchess County, N.Y., claimed the top spot in its population category this year by putting significant emphasis on connecting with residents and finding new ways to innovate and create efficiencies countywide. The county’s Office of Central and Information Services (OCIS) lists citizen engagement as its No. 1 priority, an effort clearly evident in its robust social media presence to communicate and maintain transparency with residents. Expansion of online services, including GIS, electronic payments and more, has created $15 million in annual savings for the public. Further, OCIS is working on redesigning its online presence with a focus on mobile-first and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as industry standard best practices for county Web applications, including headlines that can be read by Amazon Echo devices. Citizen-centric plans for the next one to two years also include texting, Google Home capabilities, chatbots and more.

Shared services are key to OCIS’ work and include the appointment of a county shared services coordinator and 32 shared services available for cities. The county also offers a $1 million annual grant program to incentivize cities to use more shared services. Along these lines, one of Dutchess County’s big projects for 2018 is to upgrade its Emergency Public Safety Program, including 911 computer-aided dispatch among other public safety technologies. The county has announced an agreement to partner with the city of Poughkeepsie Police on these upgrades, which has already saved the town $500,000 before the system even goes live later this year.

To strengthen its workforce, OCIS is expanding business partnerships with area colleges to recruit diverse tech talent and foster an inclusive environment. The agency has also invested heavily in cybersecurity training for county staff, and has made investments in cyberinsurance, as well as ransomware prevention and response to bolster its security enterprisewide.

2nd Chesterfield County, Va.

Chesterfield County recently updated its open data policy and created an enterprise data governance strategy, a backdrop on which it can encourage more information sharing between departments.

The county has worked with regional partners on several projects, including a cross-jurisdictional cybersecurity partnership, creating a website to promote education and awareness about opioids in the area, participating in a health and human services-related platform to share data and help cut down on duplicate entry, and police department teamwork on mapping crime.

Chesterfield IT has invested real resources into establishing a culture of creativity and relationships, setting up the technology infrastructure to allow telecommuting, which 65 percent of its staff takes advantage of for parts of each week. The department also uses a competency tool to identify specific areas where staff could use training or career development, and then recognizes and rewards them for pursuing that new knowledge. There’s also a mentorship program that pairs up employees with leaders. Since 2013, the vacancy rate has dropped from 18 percent to 7 percent.

The teleworking option, along with the county’s heavy use of the cloud for email, file storage and other applications, is also central to its plans to keep working in case of emergency.

The county’s budget for the next fiscal year includes a $1 million increase to support innovation and enterprise initiatives. Among the work it’s taking on: Setting up a cloud-based enterprise business intelligence platform, setting up big data analytics for police and fire department sensors and identifying commonly-FOIA’d information so it can be published on the county’s open data platform.

3rd Frederick County, Md.

Frederick County, Md., which ranked third among agencies with 150,000-249,999 residents in the 2016 Digital Counties Survey, leveraged agency collaborations, citizen engagement, key new tools and population growth to earn third place this year in the 250,000-499,999 population category. Its IT organization leads an IT Technology Council to further interagency collaboration between county and municipal public safety, library and education agencies. The Livable Frederick Master Plan offers a collaboration framework for other agencies, the private sector and community groups. In the next year, county emergency management will link its computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system to adjoining counties to reduce dispatch times.

The county executive has made citizen engagement a priority; the agency surveyed residents in support of the agency’s budget and streams budget presentations and town halls, addressing comments in real time via Facebook Live. It also held an online chat with parks and recreation and reaches residents through many social media platforms. The county, which now serves more than 252,000 residents, reaches them via a responsively-designed website; online apps that use mapping to enable the reporting and tracking of road conditions and issues; and a Notify Me app that offers text or email notification on specific issues, job and bid postings and emergency alerts. The county is seeking a consultant to identify key performance indicators that could be displayed in public-facing dashboards.

The county’s IT organization is using a project portfolio management tool to prioritize and assign staff to key projects. It recently deployed a security incident event management tool using artificial intelligence and machine learning to scrutinize real-time information for potential security issues, and stood up a new Cyber Security Operations Center offering real-time assessment and analysis. Going forward, security officials plan to procure penetration testing tools and mount a phishing awareness campaign.

4th Douglas County, Colo.

After finishing first in last year’s 250,000-499,999 population category, Douglas County, Colo., has dropped to fourth in the current survey, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t progress being made there. In fact, the jurisdiction has a pretty long list of new tech and innovation projects that have gone live or into development this year, including an Ask Douglas County skill for Amazon’s Alexa, a multitude of new GIS apps for both internal and public use, an elaborate expansion of its existing open data portal, a new GeoHub with a wide breadth of layered maps, integrated Waze data to help new transportation projects, and more. As Douglas County notes, its population is tech savvy, and 90 percent of constituents have high-speed Internet connections at home, which has led to a situation where citizen demands require that the jurisdiction’s tech and innovation work keep pace. This is varied work, ranging from publication of financial data dating back five years to expanding the range and speed of Wi-Fi available at the Douglas County Fair.

Internally Douglas continues to do important work in the area of cybersecurity, faced as all jurisdictions are by an ever-evolving set of more complex threats. To this end, Douglas County is using new security technologies, extensive security awareness training for its IT staff and improved cyberincident response plans. As many jurisdictions have, the county has also moved to using DocuSign, which enables electronic signatures that lead to more efficient internal workflows, as well as new e-procurement systems. In terms of the future, innovation work continues. Douglas County is, for example, working to grow its GeoHub into its primary open data site by 2019. Drone usage also continues to expand, with new uses for that tech including for search and rescue and weed control.

5th Durham County, N.C.

Durham County, N.C. — population 312,000 — has jumped from its previous 10th place to fifth place this year in the Digital Counties Survey. The county’s strategic plan focuses on five goals: Community and Family, Health, Secure Community, Environment and Visionary Government. The Computers 4 Kids program is part of the Information Services and Technology department’s commitment to Community and Family. The program refurbishes computers and partners with local organizations to redistribute the computers to area nonprofits, Durham Public Schools and North Carolina Central University.

New apps from Durham County indicate its extensive efforts to meet citizen needs. The county Department of Social Services launched a mobile app to let citizens submit documents for Food and Nutrition Services, Medicaid, Work First (employment services) benefits or Crisis Services applications. The goal is to help people avoid multiple in-person trips to county offices.

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