Rabat- The new Moroccan migration and asylum policy is a “pioneer” in the region, UN Independent Expert on Human Rights and International Solidarity, Virginia Dandan, said Tuesday in Rabat.“I congratulate Morocco for devising the new immigration and asylum policy, which is pioneer in the region”, Dandan told the press.Morocco has “obviously made efforts to strengthen its South-South cooperation, especially with its African neighbors”, the UN expert said, noting that the Kingdom is committed in particular to support capacity-building projects in various fields in partnership with a number of African countries, particularly in the area of sustainable agriculture and renewable energy. “Morocco has always sponsored and hosted a number of African students in its universities,” Dandan said, praising the integration of the principles of solidarity and international cooperation in the preamble of the Moroccan Constitution, which illustrates the kingdom’s commitment to promote a solidarity-based society.With MAP
On the markets at midmorning (ET):The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index was up 120.35 points to 15,153.73, after 90 minutes of trading.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 154.13 points to 22,012.45. The S&P 500 index was up 25.93 points to 2,467.25 and the Nasdaq composite index was up 78.78 points to 6,335.34.The Canadian dollar was trading at 78.76 cents US, down from Friday’s average price of 78.83 cents US.The September crude contract was up 26 cents to US$49.08 per barrel and the September natural gas contract was down four cents to US$2.94 per mmBTU.The December gold contract was down $6.30 to US$1,281.40 an ounce and the September copper contract was down one cent to US$2.91 a pound.
Several long distance trains were cancelled today after trade unions launched a strike.The strike was launched by the locomotive operating engineers union. All night mail trains have been cancelled as a result of the protest.Trade unions said that talks held in an attempt to resolve the dispute had ended in failure. (Colombo Gazette)
Freshman forward Jae’Sean Tate (right) attempts to secure a rebound during a game against Miami (Ohio) on Dec. 22 at the Schottenstein Center. OSU won, 93-55.Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Lantern photographerHot shooting and tough defense can make a difference, but success for the Ohio State men’s basketball team has mainly come with rebounding.But that hasn’t always been the Buckeyes’ strong suit, freshman forward Jae’Sean Tate said.“Earlier on in the season, we really struggled rebounding it,” Tate said after OSU’s win against Maryland on Thursday. “That’s one of the key parts in practice.”Early-season matchups for the Buckeyes came with success rebounding until Dec. 2. That’s when OSU traveled to Louisville, Ky., with a 5-0 record in tow, having led each of its first five games in the rebounding category.But against the Cardinals, the Buckeyes suffered their first loss of the season, and were outrebounded for the first time.The next four games after that brought four wins, and OSU either outrebounded its opponent or tied them each time. Then came Dec. 20, when the Buckeyes traveled to Chicago and lost to North Carolina for their second stumble of the season. In that game, OSU had just 40 rebounds, compared to 53 for the Tar Heels.Then two more wins on strong rebounding nights, and a loss to Iowa with the Hawkeyes easily outrebounding the Buckeyes.The first time OSU won a game with less rebounds than its opponent was Jan. 6 against Minnesota, when the Golden Gophers had 35 boards, compared to 34 for the Buckeyes. And that win came in double overtime.Now at 17-5 overall and 6-3 in the Big Ten, every loss for OSU has come with the opponent picking up more rebounds, and only three wins have come with the same criteria.But against the Terrapins — who were ranked No. 16 at the time — the Buckeyes’ rebounding efforts clicked to the point that they easily won, 80-56.Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said he hadn’t experienced a game that was so lopsided in the rebound column as a coach.“They (the Buckeyes) were tougher than we were, and I don’t know if I’ve ever had a team get outrebounded like that,” Turgeon said. “I’ll have a look, I doubt it. My teams usually rebound.”The Buckeyes picked up 51 rebounds in the game, compared to just 32 for the Terrapins. That onslaught was led by freshman guard D’Angelo Russell, who tied his career high with 14 rebounds.Russell joked about his prowess on the boards after the game, but explained that putting in work in practice has helped him — and OSU as a whole — become better in loose-ball situations.“(I’m the) best rebounder on the team, I can’t reword it,” Russell joked. “Nah, I’m just playing, the ball bounces to me a lot. I wouldn’t say I go get ‘em, they bounce to me a lot.“It’s just something I decided to take upon myself to rebound better as a 6-5 guard, I gotta do something down there.”After saying he felt OSU “rebounded the ball well,” coach Thad Matta said the matchup with Maryland was the most consistent his team has been all season.Now going forward, the Buckeyes might have found their key to continued consistency: outrebound the opponent, and win the game — at least that’s worked so far.Tate said the Buckeyes have to keep working to improve, which includes a “good majority” of practice time spent on rebounding.“Every week we just gotta go out there and try to play better than we did the last week,” Tate said.The Buckeyes are scheduled to return to the court against Purdue on Wednesday in West Lafayette, Ind. Tip is set for 6:30 p.m.
Usually, it’s pretty easy to figure out why an NBA team got better. The Sixers, who were the NBA’s most-improved team this year, got Joel Embiid and an extra 18 wins compared to last season. Houston, 14 wins better, got MVP-level play out of James Harden, who’s been a perfect fit for new coach Mike D’Antoni’s pace-and-space offense.Then there’s Utah, a team that was 40-42 last year, yet has pieced together a fringe NBA title contender this season. The Jazz’s improvement isn’t as straightforward as the Rockets’ or Sixers’, though — they did it by tinkering with the margins of a roster that had missed the postseason for four consecutive years, and they’re capitalizing on their two young stars finally coming of age.Perhaps the best comparison for this Jazz team is the Indiana Pacers from three or four years ago: Rudy Gobert is the Jazz’s souped-up version of Roy Hibbert, the leader of a very stingy defense that forces a ton of midrange jumpers. Gordon Hayward is the analog to Paul George, a talented wing player who can score over just about anyone. And Utah’s George Hill is … George Hill, who joined the team in July following an offseason trade and is now the conductor of a Pacers-like slow-paced offense. And even that lofty comparison to the two-time Eastern Conference finalists may be selling this club short; the Jazz shoot and pass the ball better and far more than Indiana ever did.Much of Utah’s jump stems from two key trades that bolstered each of those areas. The first deal landed Hill, a respected veteran point guard1In exchange for the No. 12 pick, Taurean Prince, in a three-team deal, and the other yielded skilled forward Boris Diaw2Diaw cost the Jazz Olivier Hanlan, the 42nd pick in 2015, and a 2022 second-rounder.. Both players, who once played for San Antonio, have helped the Jazz become a rare team that has been able to replicate the Spurs’ style. Watch the Jazz for long enough, and you can see San Antonio’s influences baked into some of Utah’s offensive plays and sets; particularly when Diaw is on the floor3The Jazz threw more passes than any other team during the 2014 and 2015 seasons. The Spurs ranked third and fifth, respectively..Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/spursaction.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/utahspurs-likeaction.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The team’s transactions weren’t the sexiest, which is reflected by the NBA’s national TV ratings, in which the Jazz still rank near the bottom of the league. But as of now, those two moves — plus the Joe Johnson signing — look prescient. Hill, despite battling injuries all season, forced opponents to guard the perimeter more honestly and logged a career-high scoring average. Diaw, Utah’s best passer despite playing power forward, finished with a team-high six assists in the Game One victory over the Clippers. And Johnson, who connected on 41 percent of his 3s during the regular season, had 21 points in the series opener, including the game-winning floater at the buzzer4There were a flurry of Twitter users who didn’t know Johnson played for the Jazz until they saw him hit the dramatic shot to win Game One.But the offseason moves alone wouldn’t have made the Jazz this formidable. Utah needed Hayward to take the next step. Among the most notable improvements that he has made: Hayward has grown considerably stronger, giving him the ability to be more aggressive and absorb more contact as he barrels toward the basket following curls and dribble handoffs. Aside from connecting on a blistering 69 percent of his shots at the rim this year — one of six wings to shoot that well on 200 shots or more — Hayward also managed to log a career-best 45 and-1 situations where he scored despite getting fouled. By contrast, he was blocked just 43 times all season. To put that into context, it’s pretty rare for wing players to finish with more and-1s than shots blocked in a given season; this year LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard were the only other wings to accomplish the feat5Among players with at least 30 and-1s.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/hayward2.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/haywardstrength.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The other Jazz player who took the leap is also the reason the team’s die-hard fans can’t sleep at night: How injured is Gobert? It’s not clear how long he’ll be out with his knee hyperextension and bone bruise. The Jazz managed to squeak by without him on Saturday, but as Tuesday’s Game Two highlighted, the defense sans Gobert may be too porous to win this series6The Jazz have allowed the Clippers to shoot 79 percent from inside of five feet this series when using small-ball lineups, according to ESPN Stats & Information Group. That number shrinks to a more respectable 62 percent when Utah uses two traditional bigs on the court at once., let alone compete with Golden State, who will almost certainly be waiting for them in the conference semifinals.But should Utah get a healthy version of its best player back — and yes, Gobert’s incredible jump in offensive efficiency, paired with his stellar defense, makes him the club’s most-valuable player — the Jazz can make some noise. They owned the third-best defense in the association this year, behind San Antonio and Golden State, and excel at defensive rebounding and limiting team’s opportunities in transition. Playing the percentages, the defense surrenders the NBA’s lowest share of corner 3-point attempts, and the only true soft spot they possess on that end is by design: They rank near the top of the league in terms of how frequently they goad opponents into taking inefficient midrange jumpers.Yet their entire defensive scheme, which often calls for wings to switch assignments and aggressively crowd their opponents along the 3-point line, works to perfection because of Gobert’s incredible mobility and impact around the rim. Watch this regular-season sequence against Portland, for instance. Damian Lillard seemingly pulls the trigger on his shot a beat quicker than he normally would to avoid Gobert. Then Blazers forward Al-Farouq Aminu grabs an offensive rebound, but opts against going for the putback because of Gobert’s presence.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/scaredofgobert.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.When teams are actually bold enough to bring the ball inside against him7Opponents take just 31 percent of their shot attempts at the restricted area with Gobert on the court, down from 36 percent when he’s on the bench., it frequently turns out to be a mistake.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/gobertswat.mp400:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Gobert, who led the NBA in defensive win shares and blocks, held foes to 49 percent shooting from within six feet, 12.5 percentage points beneath their average and the best rate among centers8Among those who have played at least 50 games. Fellow Defensive Player of the Year candidate Draymond Green’s rim-protection stats were equally impressive, at 48 percent while holding players 13.2 points under their averages. But Green is considered a forward on NBA.com..As tense as this moment is for Jazz fans, the offseason may prove to be even more stressful. Hayward, 27, and Hill, 30, become unrestricted free agents at season’s end, leaving the small-market club — which has the league’s smallest payroll — with tough financial choices9The team also faces a tough decision on big man Derrick Favors, who’s getting a pretty high-profile audition with Gobert sidelined. as it seeks to build on its first 50-win season since the 2009-10 season with Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan.But those decisions can wait a bit. After all, winning — and doing it now, in this postseason, with this core group — is the strongest case a team like Utah can make to its pending free agents anyway.Check out our NBA playoff predictions.
Cisco issued a release today saying that the company is doing a bit of restructuring. Actually, the entire business is being restructured, and the focus is moving onto enterprise customers and away from the consumer products. The main product getting the boot is Cisco’s Flip camcorder, which the company aquired in 2009 for $590 million from Pure Digital.The company plans to focus the rest of its consumer business to support four of its five “key company priorities:” core routing, switching and services, collaboration, architectures, and video. Cisco says it will support current FlipShare customers with a transition plan, refocus its Home Networking business, and integrate Cisco umi into its Business TelePresence product line.Of course, with any “restructuring,” there are going to be some job losses. Cisco reported there would be 550 layoffs in the fourth quarter.Flip camcorders were a novelty for a while, and it seemed to be a popular device to take to concerts, and other events where you needed to easily capture and upload video. But, the allure of the Flip seemed to wear off after time, and sales just weren’t where they were when the product was first released. So why did the Cisco ultimately decide to end the Flip? Here are five reasons we think the Flip failed:1. Smartphones: Back when the first Flip, the Pure Digital Point & Shoot, was released in 2006, smartphones were still getting smarter. The cameras in smartphones were not the best, and any video shot turned out to look pretty low quality. Over the years, smartphone cameras have gone above and beyond where we thought they would . For example, rumor has it that the iPhone 5 will have an 8-megapixel image sensor, which is 3 megapixels more than the current iPhone 4 camera sensor. Flip’s newest camcorder, the Flip UltraHD has a 1.6-megapixel CMOS sensor. That’s quite a difference.Also, why carry a smartphone and a Flip when you can take video that’s just as good, or better, on your smartphone. Your phone most likely offers removable storage, too. Which the Flip does not. Many phones can hold up to 32GB of storage, whereas the only Flip that offers 16GB is the SlideHD for $229.99. Most others offer 4GB of storage.2. Not able to take still shots: For someone who buys a Flip cam just to shoot video and only video, they may be fine with the Flip’s exclusion of the ability to take still shots. But the Flip failed in that area, in my opinion. You’re already carrying your cell phone, the Flip cam, and whatever else you have on you, but you have to carry a digital camera, too? One of Flip’s many pocket-cam competitors, the Kodak Zi8 came out in 2009 and was able to capture 5-megapixel HD still pictures. The Zi8 was just one of many competitors to offer the option that Flip was so glaringly lacking.3. No networking: The nice thing about the Flip was that it was so easy to use. You just whipped it out of your purse, turned it on, pressed the big red button, and started recording. Then, when you got home, you just “flipped” its little USB arm out, plugged it in, and voila. Unfortunately, over the various models over the year never integrated any networking ability, which is ironic considering Cisco is the one making them. To transfer your data, you always have to plug it in to your computer. Flip did come out with FlipShare TV, a three-piece accessory that wirelessly transmitted your Flip files from a PC or Mac to your HDTV, but that was the closest it got to any sort of networking capabilities. Still, you had to plug the Flip into your computer, so it wasn’t really that close.4. Lacking in HD: Flip was slow to get on the HD bandwagon. Many of its competitors offered full HD before Flip did, but the Flip name was synonymous with the style of pocket camcorder, so many people still added them to their Christmas lists, while, unbeknownst to them, there were higher-quality, equal-priced pocket cams being offered from other companies. Perhaps Cisco thought the Flip name was enough to blind the eyes of its consumers from figuring this out.Just because it has HD in the name, doesn’t mean all HD is the same. The Flip’s SlideHD offers 1280 by 720 videos, which is 720p HD, whereas the Zi8 mentioned above offers 1920 by 1080 resolution for full 1080p videos. All of Flip’s HD line, including the UltraHD, MinoHD, and SlideHD, have 720p resolution. If we were still shooting low-res videos on our old Nokia phones from six years ago, 720p would seem like a dream, but, cams have advanced, and Flip has not.5. Cameras shoot video, too: If you’re going to pay $230 for a Flip that doesn’t take still photos and doesn’t capture 1080p video, you might as well just buy a point-and-shoot camera which can do the things the Flip can’t, and more. If you’re looking for really good video, and you’re willing to spend a couple hundred more, you can buy a DSLR that will give you amazing photos and video.
You didn’t have to go very far to bask in warm sunshine Wednesday. Just straight up 2,000 feet! Skies were clear, and temperatures were in the 60s.Clear weather at the coast, in the Cascades and east of the mountains as well.Yes back to our old inversion pattern with not much change in sight. However we should get some east wind and clear things out beginning in east Clark County by Friday. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies into next week and rain changes are slim at this point.Some experts believe the rest of our winter will be status quo. We sure need snow in the mountains. The heavy snow bumped the snow pack to 50 percent of normal but of course that is melting off.Battle Ground weather observer-photographer Tyler Mode took a hike Wednesday above Bridal Veil, Ore., in the Columbia River Gorge on Angels Rest Trail and noted at the 1,000-foot level it was 35 degrees. He commented, “On the way up, it warmed so quickly my camera lens fogged up!”Funny thing about our weather this winter is that we are in a neutral year without El Niño or La Niña influence. We should be experiencing a more normal winter with rain, snow, storms, etc. It is acting more like an El Niño. Scientists are puzzled and are exploring other possibilities, so stay tuned.
Major treat to get to be a part of Career Day at Rock Island Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale today. @wsvn @browardschools pic.twitter.com/ov32WoA3Vx— Sheldon Fox-7 News (@fox_sheldon) May 17, 2019During the event, the students learned about the news industry. They also had a chance to shoot video and learn how reporters conduct interviews.Fox put the aspiring newshounds to work, having them interview each other about recent school events.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – It’s that time of the year when schools throughout South Florida host career days, and a member of 7News’ family shared some of his TV news expertise with some young students.7News reporter Sheldon Fox met with a group of third- and fourth-graders at Rock Island Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale, Friday.
New Delhi: The Prime Minister Office (PMO) has expressed anger over the comments of YSRCP Rajya Sabha MP V Vijayasai Reddy that AP government is taking decisions with the blessings of PM Modi and Amit Shah. The PMO summoned MP Vijayasai Reddy and Ajeya Kallam to the national capital. In this context, both the leaders have visited Delhi and explained what happening in AP, PPAs review and Polavaram re-tendering. Over the PPAs review, Ajeya Kallam has submitted a detailed report to the PMO. The BJP leaders have raised objections on Reddy’s comments that with the support of the Centre, the AP government is making the decisions. The saffron party leaders have expressed anger that MP is trying to blame Centre for the mistakes that are happening in the state.
00:00 /00:48 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share Listen Laura IsenseeNina Zhang, 14, joined her classmates at Lanier Middle School in a press conference Tuesday, where they highlighted results from a district-wide student survey. The survey and a planned town hall about proposed HISD changes is a class project for the students.Some middle school students are calling on Houston district administrators to listen to kids more before they make major budget decisions. To that end, a group of students at Lanier Middle conducted a survey of their peers district-wide to get more feedback. So far, some 3,500 students at 20 different middle and high schools have answered the survey. It shows that they cite standardized testing as a top concern, along with too much homework, bullying and strict dress codes.Nina Zhang, an eighth grader at Lanier, said that administrators could save millions on testing and put it towards arts, music and other magnet programs.“The survey just shows how many students want the magnet program and how many students have issues with our current school system. And during budget reforms, we want HISD to listen to our voice,” Zhang said.“Since there is a $200 million dollar budget cut and we’re having a lot of budget reforms around arts and sports and stuff like that, in this scenario, our voice is really important. And it’s even more important since it’s our education,” the 14-year-old added.Students at Lanier will discuss this more at a town hall with elected officials next week. HISD has to bridge a huge budget deficit for next school year, and changes to magnet programs figure in that effort. X
3 min read This story originally appeared on Engadget June 29, 2016 Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Now that we’re down to just one nominee per party, we’re starting to hear some finer points of the candidate’s platforms. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton revealed a more detailed tech policy today, a plan that includes high-speed internet for every household over the next four years, cybersecurity, net neutrality and more. Those tenets have already been discussed, but the more recent developments include student loan help for entrepreneurs and funding for STEM education.Clinton wants to allow entrepreneurs to defer student loans with no interest and no payments for up to three years while they work through the startup phase. She also wants to offer a similar benefit to the first 10-20 employees of a new company, not just the founders. For folks who open businesses in “distressed communities” or “provide measurable social impact,” Clinton wants to forgive $17,500 worth of student loan debt after five years.The candidate also has big plants for STEM education, too. She proposes doubling the funding for the Obama Administration’s “Computer Science Education for All,” including scaling computer science education grant programs. Clinton also aims to train 50,000 computer science teachers in the next 10 years alongside grants that can be used to “redesign” high schools to focus more on STEM education.Proposed programs include the development of maker spaces, maker fairs and robotics competitions in schools or as after-school programs. In terms of higher education, Clinton eyes $10 million for new programs like nanodegrees, accelerated coding courses, certificate programs and online courses.Clinton’s tech policy also includes a mention of immigration. She wants to bypass the detailed green card process for anyone with a masters or PhD in a STEM-related field from an accredited institution. The proposal will “staple” a green card to the degree, allowing international students a path to citizenship. She also supports so-called “startup visas” that allow entrepreneurs the opportunity to come to the US to build a new business.The policy pledges to uphold net neutrality, offer high-speed internet to every household by 2020, help diversify the tech industry and make the United States Digital Service part of the executive branch on a permanent basis. That office is tasked with updating government processes, in case you needed a refresher.While the platform mentions privacy and encryption, it stops short of any fine details. She discusses the importance of tech companies and law enforcement cooperating with a proposed national commission to “protect the privacy and security of all Americans that use technology.” Again, details are scarce when it comes to cybersecurity, but perhaps we’ll hear more as November approaches.During that time, we should hear more from presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump as well. He’s mostly keyed in on national security and immigration so far. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Register Now »
News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more April 23, 2009 — INFINITT North America, a technology developer in Web-based RIS, PACS, Cardiology PACS and advanced visualization solutions, has won a multi-year contract to implement an enterprisewide PACS solution at St. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS) based in Paterson, NJ. SJHS offers a full range of diagnostic imaging tests and procedures, performing over 500,000 imaging exams each year in its Paterson, Wayne and Clifton, NJ locations. The healthcare network is best known for St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, a 651-bed academic, tertiary medical center and state designated Trauma Center in Paterson, NJ. In addition, St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital in Wayne, NJ, and St Joseph’s Ambulatory Imaging Center in Clifton, NJ, will be included on the PACS network to ensure system-wide access to patient study and image data. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, SJHS is the healthcare provider of choice in its region, and continues to fulfill the mission, vision and values set forth by the Sisters of Charity. “Our selection of INFINITT North America as our strategic PACS partner started with our radiologists identifying the solution as ‘one of the best clinical systems that they have ever used,'” said Jim Cavanagh, vice president and CIO for St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. INFINITT will be implementing the blade and server virtualization technologies to optimize uptimes. “Our web-based architecture and viewer functionality made our solution attractive to St. Joseph’s Healthcare System in the first place,” said David Smarro, CEO of INFINITT North America. For more information: www.infinittna.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | April 23, 2009 St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Selects INFINITT Related Content News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more
The 3-day Red Hat Summit 2019 has kicked off at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, United States.Yesterday, Red Hat announced a major release, Red Hat OpenShift 4, the next generation of its trusted enterprise Kubernetes platform, re-engineered to address the complex realities of container orchestration in production systems. Red Hat OpenShift 4 simplifies hybrid and multicloud deployments to help IT organizations utilize new applications, help businesses to thrive and gain momentum in an ever-increasing set of competitive markets. Features of Red Hat OpenShift 4 Simplify and automate the cloud everywhere Red Hat OpenShift 4 will help in automating and operationalize the best practices for modern application platforms. It will operate as a unified cloud experience for the hybrid world, and enable an automation-first approach including Self-managing platform for hybrid cloud: This provides a cloud-like experience via automatic software updates and lifecycle management across the hybrid cloud which enables greater security, auditability, repeatability, ease of management and user experience. Adaptability and heterogeneous support: It will be available in the coming months across major public cloud vendors including Alibaba, Amazon Web Services ( AWS), Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure, private cloud technologies like OpenStack, virtualization platforms and bare-metal servers. Streamlined full stack installation:When streamlined full stack installation is used along with an automated process, it will make it easier to get started with enterprise Kubernetes. Simplified application deployments and lifecycle management: Red Hat helped stateful and complex applications on Kubernetes with Operators which will helps in self operating application maintenance, scaling and failover. Trusted enterprise Kubernetes The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has certified the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, in accordance with Kubernetes. It offers built on the backbone of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform backed by the open source expertise, compatible ecosystem, and leadership of Red Hat. It also provides codebase which will help in securing key innovations from upstream communities. Empowering developers to innovate OpenShift 4 supports the evolving needs of application development as a consistent platform to optimize developer productivity with: Self-service, automation and application services that will help developers to extend their application by on-demand provisioning of application services. Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces enables developers to hold the power of containers and Kubernetes, while working with familiar Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tools that they use day-to-day. OpenShift Service Mesh combines Istio, Jaeger, and Kiali projects as a single capability that encodes communication logic for microservices-based application architectures. Knative for building serverless applications in Developer Preview makes Kubernetes an ideal platform for building, deploying and managing serverless or function-as-a-service (FaaS) workloads. KEDA (Kubernetes-based Event-Driven Autoscaling), a collaboration between Microsoft and Red Hat supports deployment of serverless event-driven containers on Kubernetes, enabling Azure Functions in OpenShift, in Developer Preview. This allows accelerated development of event-driven, serverless functions across hybrid cloud and on-premises with Red Hat OpenShift. Red Hat mentioned that OpenShift 4 will be available in the coming months. To read more details about Openshift 4, head over to the official press release on Red Hat. To know about the other major announcements at the Red Hat Summit 2019 like Microsoft collaboration, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (RHEL 8), visit our coverage on Red Hat Summit 2019 Highlights. Read Next Red Hat rebrands logo after 20 years; drops Shadowman Red Hat team announces updates to the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) program Red Hat Satellite to drop MongoDB and will support only PostgreSQL backend
The Arizona Cardinals are 3-0 for the first time since 1974, and they’re looking to improve to 4-0 for the first time since…1974. In their way are the 1-2 Miami Dolphins, who come to town with a rookie quarterback and great running game.Will the Cardinals remain perfect in 2012, or will the visitors pull off the upset? The experts at Arizona Sports 620 tell you, and we encourage you to post your prediction with a comment. Vince MarottaI watched Hard Knocks this season, yet I haven’t heard of the majority of players on the Dolphins’ roster. Seriously. Maybe I just lost interest in them after they cut the fat kid from Pitt who had been stranded at sea. Anyway, the Cardinals are playing well — especially defensively — so they’ve got to be licking their chops that a rookie quarterback is coming to Glendale. Ryan Tannehill has struggled, throwing four picks and just one touchdown in three games. Look for the Cardinals to throw early and often against the Dolphins’ pass ‘D’, which ranks 29th in the league and has allowed both Carson Palmer (373) and Mark Sanchez (306) to throw for over 300 yards. Final Score: Cardinals 24, Dolphins 13 Doug FranzThis is a different test. It’s the first time in four games that the Cardinals are clearly the better team in all phases of the game. The Cardinals have better ownership, better coaches, a better offense, a better defense, better special teams, better fans, a better stadium and even better secretaries.Other than South Beach versus Tempe Town Lake, the Cardinals have everything the Dolphins don’t…and that’s the test. The Cardinals have always played well in the “underdog” role, but how will they do when they are the hunter? I think they’ll do fine. Carter NackeI’m siding with the aviary variety this Sunday. Despite Reggie Bush and the ‘Phins running over the Raiders, they’re going to be stuck in the tank against the Cardinals’ defense.Final Score: Cardinals 20, Dolphins 10 Dave BurnsThere will be a game that the Cardinals lose when they’re supposed to win. It just won’t be this one. Not with that defense going up against that rookie quarterback. Miami looks to be overmatched, but the key to the game will be Kevin Kolb. The Dolphins do have a good run defense with a banged up secondary. It will be up to Kevin Kolb to take advantage of that. The Cards defense is good enough to win this game on their own though.Final Score: Cardinals 20, Dolphins 10 Charlie FeinermanThe Cardinals are 3-0, and most people seem to believe they have life easy this week on their way to 4-0; not so fast. This is what you might call a letdown game. Last week I thought the Eagles horribly misused LeSean McCoy, who had only 13 carries, 70 yards and three receptions for eight yards. I was expecting lots of screen passes and short outs to get the Cards defense off balance, but it never happened. This completely hinges on Reggie Bush playing, but if he does, I say Miami wins. I think Arizona will lose the turnover battle in this one, which will cost them a close game.Final Score: Dolphins 17, Cardinals 16 Final Score: Cardinals 31, Dolphins 10 0 Comments Share Katy HartleyWon’t be as easy this time but Cards defense will cause fits for Miami’s O-line and newbie QB.Final Score: Cardinals 21, Dolphins 13 What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Adam GreenI’m a believer.I believe that the Arizona Cardinals have one of the game’s top three defenses, and I believe their offense is just good enough to get the job done.The Cardinals will struggle at times this season, though this won’t be one of them. They are a couple classes above Miami, and should be able to cruise to a W. The only team that can stop Arizona this week is Arizona, and I don’t expect that to happen.Final Score: Cardinals 27, Dolphins 13 Joe HuizengaNo Beanie Wells, No problem! Ryan Williams gets his first chance to really step up and show what he can do for the Cardinals running game.Final Score: Cardinals 24, Dolphins 17 Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away
Comments Share Top Stories Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson has made the Pro Bowl in each of his first two seasons in the NFL.As a rookie, he did so as a punt returner. As a sophomore, it was due to his coverage skills. Needless to say, he’s one of the game’s more dynamic players. As such, new Cardinals coach Bruce Arians will no doubt be tempted to give Peterson more snaps when the team is on offense. “I wouldn’t say it’s out of the question,” Arians said from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. “We have a group of receivers that are pretty dang gone good, and I’m not sure which one of them I want to sit on the bench; they’re not going to be real happy.” Arians continued.“The more he can touch the ball; that’s why he’s going to be the punt returner,” he said. “We’ll look at that, but if we want to have some fun with it. I’ve got to see him throw, too. He might be able to get some reverses in if he can throw.”Peterson lining up on offense would not be a completely new site, as he lined up as he has lined up at receiver and running back at times. He’s caught four passes for 10 yards in his career and tallied 13 yards on three carries.He has yet to throw a pass, though ESPN says he had a TQBR of 82.7 last season. Incidentally, that rating was tops on the team. – / 20 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
In partnership with TUI 9. Cala Blanca Cala Blanca literally translates as white cove, so you can imagine what the beach looks like. As this resort is on Menorca’s west coast, you can expect incredible sunsets, plenty of coastal paths and cycling routes (it’s a relatively flat island, so it’s easy for beginners). If you fancy going further afield, the Ciutadella de Menorca is just up the road, easily reached by bus or taxi. When to visit: Hogueras de San Juan take place in the last week of June every year When to visit: Book in May – June to avoid peak season, the hottest temperature drop between July – August 5. Costa Brava When to visit: Visit over summer for the best temperatures, August becomes a little crowded, but it’s still a much sleepier town than Benidorm Book your holiday in Es Pujols When to visit: School crowds arrive into Menorca in late June – July, so if you head to Menorca in May you’ll have more space by the pool 2. Es Pujols Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. Book your holiday in Costa de la Luz Change the high rises of San Antonio for small, family friendly hotels and swap the cocktails for ice creams, and you’ve got Cala Tarida – a small bay guarded by rocky outcrops, and hidden by green trees. Spend your days snorkelling in the blue coves, rockfishing off the cliffs and if you do fancy a night in the town, it’s only a 15 minute bus ride away. When to visit: Ibiza’s parties peak from June to early September, and you can find plenty of deals on either side of these dates You’re already getting off the beaten path with a trip to Formentera, but this resort, on the island eastern side keeps it wild and free. Es Pujols is a small resort with a handful of places to stay, 2 white sand beaches and a saltwater lagoon hiding in its backcountry. Holidays here are designed for relaxing, bar hopping and watching the sunset – a dreamy little escape for couples. 4. Cala Tarida Ever wanted to try your hand at kitesurfing? Or maybe you love spending your Sunday mornings in a cafe, people watching? Tarifa and Cadiz in Costa de Luz are just right for you. There’s a healthy mix of family-friendly hotels and chic places to stay on the waterfront, so whether you’re here to unwind with the littlies, or you want to soak up some culture with your better half, Costa de Luz has some pretty perfect places. If you want to get seriously off the beaten path, book a trip to Isla Canela – you can almost touch the border of Portugal here. 10. Costa de Luz Book your holidays in Cala Tarida 8. Arenal d’en Castell When to visit: Ibiza is most busy over summer, but Cala Pada is still quieter in comparison to Ibiza Town and San Antonio 6. Roquetas de Mar If you do bypass Valencia and head further into Alicante’s coast, you’ll meet the town of Calpe. El Penon d’Ifach (the giant rock, and National Park) stands by the city as though it’s guarding the old town. Further inland, there’s a second National Park – Las Salinas – where you can watch the pink flamingoes bathe, frolic and fly. There’s further colour in Calpe’s old town in the centre, walk between the yellow, amber and orange walls, drink plenty of vino and if you can, time your visit with the bonfires of San Juan for a beachfront bonfire. There’s a wide choice of hotels just off the beach too, from Galetamar (a family friendly option) to Diamante Beach (for when you want to splash out). When to visit: Visit Roquetas from April to November for plenty of sunlight – peak season occurs in late summer Book your holidays in Costa de Almería Book your holiday in Arenal d’en Castell Book your holidays in Altea When to visit: If you’re here for an activity holiday, try visiting during the shoulder months for more practical hiking temperatures When to visit: If you’re heading here for kitesurfing, winter can be extremely cold (even for the Med). It’s a year-round place for sunshine, but the warmest months are between May – September Book your holiday in Calpe Menorca is a little island full of postcard-perfect bars, and the golden beach of Arenal d’en Castell is what’ll keep you coming back. Add in the fact you can easily rent pedalos, head out snorkeling, or simply sit on the beach and people watch – you’ve got a ready-made holiday. Whilst here, you’ve got to head to Cala Presili – another beach with only blue waters, temporary fruit juice and ice cream stands, the occasional outcrop of smooth, grey rocks, and plenty of places to throw down your towel. Now to book – TUI have plenty more holidays in Spain, and in the rest of Europe (check out their holidays in Greece, Croatia or Italy!). 7. Cala Pada How does a day out in S’Argamassa sound, simply hopping from beach to beach, occasionally snacking on olives and ending the day in your own Cala Pada apartment? This is Ibiza’s quiet coast – there’s a warm vibe, romantic hotels and plenty to do inland and coastal. There are still bars and restaurants but expect less glitter, more gentile glamour. 3. Altea Book your holidays in Costa Brava Book your holiday in Cala Blanca 1. Calpe When to visit: With a year-round temperate climate, it’s usually comfortable here. 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If you don’t quite fancy a city, and you’ve done Benidorm, Roquetas del Mar on Almeria’s coast might be your next port of call. It’s a traditional seaside town with a waterfront, peppered with tapas restaurants, bars, and trinket shops. The beaches are an excellent way to spend a sunny day, but if you’re looking for something richer to sink your teeth into, Granada’s Alhambra is just a few hours away. Beyond Barcelona, Catalonia has a world of hikes, an abundance of food and a whole menu of small villages to choose from. Inland, there’s Girona, the second biggest city in Catalonia and a true doppelganger for many of the Game of Thrones filming locations. Tossa de Mar is a touch smaller, and a firm favourite with Spaniards – which means you’ll be getting the best seafood when you head out for dinner. Altea is often overshadowed by Benidorm’s glitz, but fortunately, the mountain between the towns means there’s a firm divide. Altea is a small town with white-washed walls and alleyways, with traditional tapas bars and restaurants hiding betwixt the shadows. Head here for a weekend away of good food and the occasional beach outing – no neon lights in sight. The Sierra Helada and Fuentes del Algar are perfect for getting away from the crowds and sinking into green landscapes, hiking to viewpoints and diving into the Med. Book your holidays in Cala Pada ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map
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