After several glorious months of folks being able to claim an un-throttled (but always network managed), unlimited data only Jetpack plan through Verizon prepaid (pUDP) - the party is officially over. Late last night we saw the $70/month unlimited Jetpack/Tablet plan replaced with a 15GB plan on Verizon's Prepaid website. Those who got the plan are grandfathered in, but they MUST keep the plan activate at all times. No lapses will be allowed. Today, Verizon replaced their prepaid plans with a 15GB Jetpack option, and is offering 'double data' for a limited time. For the full story: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/rip-verizon-prepaid-unlimited-jetpack-plan-pudp-double-data-promotions/ -------------------------------- The Mobile Internet Resource Center is dedicated to helping mobile travelers (RVers, cruisers, nomads, etc.) keep connected! Join us over at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com We are primarily funded by our premium members, who allow us to make this our focus! Interested in helping keep us funded to continue creating content like this and more? Consider becoming a member at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership Our members get a bunch of extra access to our Q&A forums, in-depth guides, product reviews, insider tips and webinars.
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Finnish IT Center for Science, CSC, has developed REMS for managing access rights to data resources and to ease their deployment. The development for REMS was done in ELIXIR-project. REMS can now be used in Europe for biomedical data resources, through ELIXIR. REMS can also be used in other branches of sciences, such as in social science and in language science. On this video you will see how a new user Anny is requesting access rights to KITE, which is a biobank service in development.
Reports that the days of being able to activate a new Verizon Prepaid Unlimited Jetpack plan (pUDP) for $70/month will be ending soon are active on Reddit and Hofo. If you want this plan... get it activated! For the full story: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/verizon-prepaid-65-month-unlimited-jetpack-data-plan-pudp-retiring-soon/ -------------------------------- The Mobile Internet Resource Center is dedicated to helping mobile travelers (RVers, cruisers, nomads, etc.) keep connected! Join us over at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com We are primarily funded by our premium members, who allow us to make this our focus! Interested in helping keep us funded to continue creating content like this and more? Consider becoming a member at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership Our members get a bunch of extra access to our Q&A forums, in-depth guides, product reviews, insider tips and webinars.
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We have confirmation from Verizon's public relations manager that the carrier is indeed retiring this sweet unlimited hotspot plan on May 21 (TUESDAY!). And existing customers WILL be grandfathered in. If you want this plan.. GET IT THIS WEEKEND! For the full story: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/verizon-prepaid-65-month-unlimited-jetpack-data-plan-pudp-retiring-soon/ Our full guide to getting it: https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/pudp -------------------------------- The Mobile Internet Resource Center is dedicated to helping mobile travelers (RVers, cruisers, nomads, etc.) keep connected! Join us over at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com We are primarily funded by our premium members, who allow us to make this our focus! Interested in helping keep us funded to continue creating content like this and more? Consider becoming a member at: http://www.mobileinternetinfo.com/membership Our members get a bunch of extra access to our Q&A forums, in-depth guides, product reviews, insider tips and webinars.
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http://DataCenterLeadGen.com Top 8 Data Center Electrical Design Resources (Screencast). With power often a huge expense, your data center electrical design needs to be highly efficient and effective. These resources can help you. Copyright (C) SP Home Run Inc. All worldwide rights reserved.
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Interested in NASA renewable energy data resources? The NASA data user community is expanding each day beyond the scientist to the teacher in a fourth grade classroom, the homeowner looking to install a solar panel, a coffee shop hoping to reduce their energy costs, to the small sustainable woman-owned farm looking for information that may help forecast future crop planting decisions. This webinar provides information about how the NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center(ASDC) Distributed Active Archive Center(DAAC) , in partnership with the Surface meteorology and Solar Energy (SSE) Project is addressing the growing user demands through geospatial technologies. A demonstration of the new responsively designed SSE web mapping application, ArcGIS Image Services and additional geospatial capabilities are provided. For more information about the NASA SSE Project, https://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov/sse/ For information about NASA ASDC DAAC data, information, services and tools, https://eosweb.larc.nasa.gov NASA Earth science data, tools and services, https://earthdata.nasa.gov
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Education Resources Information Center The Education Resources Information Center is an online advanced library of instruction examination and data. ERIC is supported by the Institute of Education Sciences of the United States Department of Education.Education Resources Information Center The mission of ERIC is to give an exhaustive, simple to-use, searchable, Internet-based bibliographic and full-message database of instruction examination and data for instructors, specialists, and the overall population. Education Resources Information Center Training exploration and data are key to enhancing instructing, learning, and instructive basic leadership. Education Resources Information Center
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The Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center is a new, collaborative, pediatric research effort supported by the NIH Common Fund, with the goal of understanding the genetic causes of and links between childhood cancer and structural birth defects. The DRC’s expert doctors, scientists, and researchers work together with patient families to understand the underlying causes of these diseases in children on a biological level and to ultimately support the development of improved and targeted treatments. To learn more about the DRC, visit https://www.kidsfirstdrc.org
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Resource Centers for Minority Aging Research The mission of the USC Investigator Development Core (IDC) is to advance the Center Goals by offering talented RCMAR scholars, mentoring in utilizing the theory and methods from economics complemented by tools from medicine, gerontology, computer science and social work to conduct culturally informed research on the health and economic challenges of minority elderly and prepare them with tools to become independent researchers. Training for scholars on the rich data resources available through the Schaeffer Center, the administrative home of USC RCMAR, will bring new avenues for research on minority elderly. The IDC establishes mechanisms for enhancing the pool of and diversity of investigators in this research area. The Minority Aging Health Economics Research Center is housed at USC’s Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics. The mission of the Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics is to measurably improve value in health through evidence based policy solutions, research excellence, transformative education, and private and public sector engagement.
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In this video, we get to learn about- 1. The technican foundation of database management 2. How to manage data resources 3. The business value of database resource management 4. The types of database management systems 5. The process of different types of database management systems
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Carlo Curino, Microsoft Microsoft's internal data lake processes exabytes of data over millions of cores daily on behalf of thousands of tenants. Scheduling this workload requires 10x to 100x more decisions per second than existing, general-purpose resource management frameworks are known to handle. In 2013, we were faced with a growing demand for workload diversity and richer sharing policies that our legacy system could not meet. In this paper, we present Hydra, the resource management infrastructure we built to meet these requirements. Hydra leverages a federated architecture, in which a cluster is comprised of multiple, loosely coordinating subclusters. This allows us to scale by delegating placement of tasks on machines to each sub-cluster, while centrally coordinating only to ensure that tenants receive the right share of resources. To adapt to changing workload and cluster conditions promptly, Hydra's design features a control plane that can push scheduling policies across tens of thousands of nodes within seconds. This feature combined with the federated design allows for great agility in developing, evaluating, and rolling out new system behaviors. We built Hydra by leveraging, extending, and contributing our code to Apache Hadoop YARN. Hydra is currently the primary big-data resource manager at Microsoft. Over the last few years, Hydra has scheduled nearly one trillion tasks that manipulated close to a Zettabyte of production data. View the full NSDI '19 program at https://www.usenix.org/conference/nsdi19/technical-sessions
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Allison Heath, PhD, a Principal Investigator in the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Coordination Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia presented "Building the Gabriella Miller Kids First Resource Center: From Data to Search" during the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Webinar in September 2018. To learn more about the Kids First DRC please visit https://kidsfirstdrc.org/ and sign up to our newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/email/kids-first-newsletter-registration for regular updates.
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Building management systems help operators control, monitor and optimize the various functions within a data center. By proactively managing these functions and resources, data centers can perform at levels that save the most money, maximize productivity and enhance security. Complete integration enables a central console to monitor multiple controls and systems. For more information about Building Management Systems, visit http://dpair.com/building-management/ today.
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Adam Resnick, PhD, a Principal Investigator in the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia presented "The Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Composition and Vision" during the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Webinar in September 2018. To learn more about the Kids First DRC please visit https://kidsfirstdrc.org/ and sign up to our newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/email/kids-first-newsletter-registration for regular updates.
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Javad Nazarian, PhD, a Scientific Director in the Brain Tumor Institute at Children's National Health System, presented "Kids First Data Resource Center Use Case: OPEN DIPG" during the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Webinar in September 2018. To learn more about the Kids First DRC please visit https://kidsfirstdrc.org/ and sign up to our newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/email/kids-first-newsletter-registration for regular updates.
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2015 Unidata Users Workshop. Resource highlight: Data Management Resource Center by Josh Young 22 June 2015, 16:30
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Ran Shu and Peng Cheng, Microsoft Research; Guo Chen, Microsoft Research & Hunan University; Zhiyuan Guo, Microsoft Research & Beihang University; Lei Qu and Yongqiang Xiong, Microsoft Research; Derek Chiou and Thomas Moscibroda, Microsoft Azure Abstract: FPGAs have been deployed at massive scale in data centers. The currently available communication architectures, however, make FPGAs very difficult to utilize resources in data center. In this paper, we present Direct Universal Access (DUA), a communication architecture that provides uniform access for FPGA to heterogeneous data center resources. Without considering machine boundaries, DUA provides global names and a common interface for communicating with various resources, where the underlying network automatically routes traffic and manages resource multiplexing. Our benchmarks show that DUA provides simple and fair-share resource access with small logic area overhead (10%) and negligible latency (0.2$\mu$s). We also build two practical multi-FPGA applications, deep crossing and regular expression matching, on top of DUA to demonstrate the usability and efficiency. View the full NSDI '19 program at https://www.usenix.org/conference/nsdi19/technical-sessions
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http://DataCenterLeadGen.com Top 3 Data Center Real Estate Resources (Screencast). In today’s technology-driven society, data centers are in hot demand. Find out what data center real estate resources are available to help you. Copyright (C) SP Home Run Inc. All worldwide rights reserved.
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Sophie Stewart ’16 shares her experience as a member of the Babson College Fund, a student-run investment fund for select undergraduate and MBA students. She discusses working with a team to manage a $2 million portfolio and explains how the resources in the Cutler Center Investments Lab enable the students to complete their analysis and prepare for positions in the financial services industry after graduation. The Babson College Fund is an accredited course guided by faculty and executives in residence that has consistently outperformed the S&P 500 over the last decade. The Cutler Center Investments Lab provides Babson students, staff, faculty, and alumni with access to state-of-the-art research and data resources. Learn more at http://www.babson.edu/cutlercenter.
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Jena Lilly, MS, a Principal Investigator in the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia presented "Kids First DRC Patient and Foundation Partnerships" during the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Webinar in September 2018. To learn more about the Kids First DRC please visit https://kidsfirstdrc.org/ and sign up to our newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/email/kids-first-newsletter-registration for regular updates.
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Data management strategies at the Buddhist Digital Resource Center - A talk given by Jeff Wallman (Buddhist Digital Resource Center) and Élie Roux (Buddhist Digital Resource Center) at the conference 'Data Management in Asian Humanities and Social Sciences' as part of the ERC grant 'Beyond Boundaries' (13-14 November 2017, Friends House, Euston Rd). You can find out more about this event at https://goo.gl/HPZvXR
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As a result of NAMRS and ACL grants in recent years, APS programs around the country have access to more data about their programs. But access doesn’t guarantee success in using it to improve programs. This webinar gives APS programs a framework for using data to manage your APS program. Using APS data as examples, it will answer the following questions: ■ What is data and why should we care about it? ■ What is required for successful use of data? ■ What are the pros and cons of using data to help manage programs? ■ What are the 3 ways data can be used to improve APS programs? ■ What is required for successful use of data? ■ What are the limitations in use of data?
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Data centers usually host many different types of physical and virtual servers and other infrastructure devices. Managing access to these devices through both the IP network and out of band methods can be difficult without the right software. This video briefly describes an award winning solution that is available in both software and hardware versions. Command Center Secure Gateway, CC-SG.
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This webinar, hosted by the National Reentry Resource Center on September 11, 2014, summarizes the issue brief "Measuring and using Juvenile Recidivism Data to Inform Policy, Practice, and Resource Allocation," and its five recommendations for improving juvenile justice systems' approaches to the measurement, analysis, collection, reporting, and use of recidivism data. Participants learn the essentials on measuring recidivism in an accurate and comprehensive way, and how to use such data to guide system decisions and hold agencies and providers accountable for results.
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Pichai Raman, PhD, a Co-Investigator for the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Portal at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia presented "Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource: Connecting to Portals" during the Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Webinar in September 2018. To learn more about the Kids First DRC please visit https://kidsfirstdrc.org/ and sign up to our newsletter here: https://mailchi.mp/email/kids-first-newsletter-registration for regular updates.
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Data Center Resources offers the versatile Cool Shield Aisle Containment solution product line. To learn more about data center technologies nad modern aisle containment best practices please visit: https://cool-shield.com/aisle-containment/
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http://DataCenterLeadGen.com How to Stay on Top of Data Center Trends (Resource List) (Screencast). Do you need to keep up on data center trends? Read this post for a resource list of data center conferences, trade publications, and associations. Copyright (C) SP Home Run Inc. All worldwide rights reserved. If you find it challenging to stay on top of data center trends, you’re not alone. Regardless of whether you’re considering sustainability, the data center vs. cloud debate, higher densities, automation, or agility, the industry moves fast – in many different dimensions. To keep a pulse on anything and everything having to do with trends that impact data centers, consider the following resources: Data Center Conferences 7x24 Exchange – A member-based organization for those that plan, construct, operate, and maintain mission-critical enterprise IT infrastructure, 7x24 Exchange produces two major conferences each year during the spring and fall. DatacenterDynamics (DCD) Converged – With over a dozen conferences on “The Business of Data Centers” held in cities throughout the Asia Pacific, EMEA, and Latin American regions, DCD Converged produces three US-based conferences annually. Data Center Forums (IMN) – As part of the Information Management Network’s (IMN) real estate division’s conferences, IMN's Financing & Investing in Data Center & Cloud Services Infrastructure for Providers brings together data center owners, tenants, investors, and capital providers. Data Center Summits (CRE) – Similar to IMN’s data center conferences, besides the Data Center Summit events CRE also produces real estate-focused conferences. What’s particularly remarkable about the Data Center Summits: CRE rotates through regions with high concentrations of data centers and related stakeholder’s including Chicago/Midwest, Los Angeles/Southwest, New York, Northern California, Washington, D.C./Mid-Atlantic. Data Center World (AFCOM) – As part of iNET Interactive’s data enter portfolio, Data Center World – through its national and global conferences – each year brings together over 3,500 AFCOM members to discuss current data center trends, and solve today’s problems faced by data center operators and facility managers. Data Center Trade Publications Data Center Knowledge – Perhaps the most prolific online data center trade pub, Data Center Knowledge has organized its website into approximately 100 company categories, sponsored white papers, 32 regions (both within and outside of the USA), infrastructure, sectors, jobs, and perspectives. Within the infrastructure section, Data Center Knowledge concentrates on cooling, DCIM, design, downtime, green, modular data centers, networking, power, and servers. Within its section on sectors, you’ll find regularly updated content on big data, bitcoin, cloud, colocation, computing, executive, government, managed hosting, storage, and supercomputing. TechTarget SearchDataCenter – A part of the massive TechTarget network of publications (NASDAQ: TTGT), SearchDataCenter is all about data center best practices, design, facilities, infrastructure, mainframes, operations, and systems management. In addition to premium editorial content SearchDataCenter also includes tutorials, expert advice, and sponsored vendor content. The Data Center Journal – Through both a print magazine and website with articles, expert blogs, white papers, event calendar, and data center management resource centers, The Data Center Journal focus is on the intersection of data center design, facilities, and technology. Data Center Associations 7x24 Exchange – As mentioned above in the section on data center conferences, 7x24 Exchange is most certainly in the conference business. However 7x24 Exchange also offers membership to mission critical end users, consultants, government agencies, industry partners, media, nonprofit organizations, and vendors. It also has over 20 chapters, primarily in the USA, and publishes the 7x24 Exchange Magazine. AFCOM – Similar to 7x24 Exchange’s multi-pronged business model, AFCOM produces conferences, publishes a magazine (Data Center Management Magazine), and is a trade association for various data center stakeholders. These events include both a national and global Data Center World conference, as well as regional symposiums in Atlanta, Boston, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Southern California. AFCOM memberships are available for individuals, sites (up to three individuals from the same location at the same company), and corporate memberships (up to five individual memberships from the same company). Although most of AFCOM’s nearly 40 chapters are located in the USA, AFCOM does have some chapters outside of the USA in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. http://www.sphomerun.com/blog/how-to-stay-on-top-of-data-center-trends-resource-list
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LEMFO LEF3 Buying Link (AliExpress): https://bit.ly/2HA5BZC ( For two days only, buy LEF3 for $94.62 using special coupon link: https://bit.ly/2VvBSWH ) HURRY! Valid two days only, May 20-21, 2019 This LEF3 smartwatch has been provided by LEMFO for review. Many thanks to our viewers for making this YouTube site popular and to LEMFO for their support. If you are interested in purchasing this LEF3 smartwatch, please use one of the links listed above. It will help us receive more watches to review for you in the future. Thanks! Tethering app: WiiWatch2 - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.weitetech.WiiWatchPro Easy link to WiiWatch 2 tutorial Video: https://tinyurl.com/wiiwatch2 DECRIPTION: The new LEMFO LEF3 is a polished and professional all stainless steel smartwatch. It has all the new features, including 4G that really works, a combo leather and TPU band (which should last longer because the leather won’t get sweaty), Android 7.1.1, and the MTK 6739 processor which supports an “Always Time Display” mode. For those looking for a true dress watch, this is it. You can’t beat the stainless steel case and back. Looks like it has been worth the wait! Thanks for doing it right, again, LEMFO! Find links to the special apps shown in this video which are not available in the Google Play Store in our Smartwatch Resource Center (link below). Want a special charging wire/data cable in addition to the included charging dock? Check it out here: https://youtu.be/C0i84oGYi0I?t=188 And here: https://youtu.be/1R9tiosqiqE?t=167 And where can you get it? Right here: https://www.banggood.com/Portable-Smart-Watch-Cable-USB-Charging-Cable-For-LEMFO-LEM6-p-1281407.html See the full review of the LEF3 smartwatch here: https://youtu.be/YANarMFAovc See all our videos on http://SmartWatchTicks.com Your subscription to this Channel is appreciated, as are “Likes” on individual videos. Your clicks helps make these videos popular with the search engines, and that helps us grow! Thanks for your support. — Mr. Ticks ————————————————————— SMARTWATCH RESOURCE CENTER: Compare Android watch features and specs, look up the appropriate tethering app for many different watches, check out various recommended apps for Android smartwatches, see common Android watch FAQs, and more. Visit the updated DTNO.1 Sponsored “Smartwatch Resource Center” here: tinyurl.com/AndroidWatches Please visit our Resource Center sponsor. Their support keeps this effort going! Visit the DTNO.1 Store: http://en.001phone.cn/?wpam_id=16 See the DTNO.1 store on GB: https://www.gearbest.com/top-brands/brand/no1.html?lkid=19740023 —————————————————————
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Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders represent a growing proportion of health center patients. However, data and research on AA&NHPIs are limited. A scarcity of such data makes it difficult for health centers serving AA&NHPIs to demonstrate and address needs of their patients. In the second webinar of AAPCHO’s learning series on data and AA&NHPIs, we provide an introduction to the Community Commons resource. Community Commons is a platform that provides public access to thousands of meaningful data layers that allow mapping and reporting capabilities to help users gain a deeper understanding of community assets and opportunities. The team from Community Commons will provide a demonstration of the mapping tools, data layering and visualizations options, as well as an overview of their community health needs assessment toolkit. By the end of the webinar, participants will: 1. Learn about Community Commons' mapping technology features and Needs Assessment Toolkit 2. Identify ways Community Commons tools can be used to inform a health center's community health needs assessment 3. Increase knowledge of available data resources to improve health center capacity to monitor and track the needs of medically underserved areas and populations. Speakers: - Jen Lee: Director of Community Services and Partnerships, AAPCHO - Jamie Kleinsorge: Project Director, I-P3 of Community Commons - Erin Barbaro: Product Manager, I-P3 of Community Commons
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Title: Resources for Climate Model Data and Climate Model Informed Hydrology Projections Presenter: Laura Condon, Hydrologic Engineer for the Bureau of Reclamation Date: Friday, March 27, 2015 at 2 PM Central (Mexico City) Abstract: Climate change and climate variability are increasingly becoming ubiquitous in natural resource management and research. Equally increasing are the datasets and sources for information relevant to such considerations of future climate. This webinar will provide an overview of some datasets and sources available to researchers and managers, with emphasis on an archive of climate projections and climate informed hydrology data developed and maintained by the Bureau of Reclamation and other collaborators. The site makes data from both the Coupled Model Inter-Comparison Project (CMIP) 3 and 5 ensembles available for public download. Furthermore, these ensembles have been downscaled and bias corrected to make finer resolution data available to potential users. Last, owing to the relative simplicity of hydrologic processes in climate models, output from the downscaled ensembles has been used to drive the high-resolution Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) hydrology model and develop climate informed streamflow projections. Through this archive, data requests can be easily customized for specific geographic areas, time domains, variables of interest, spatial resolutions, emission scenarios, and climate models. About the Presenter: Laura Condon is a Hydrologic Engineer for the Bureau of Reclamation in the Water Resources Planning and Operations Support Group, Technical Service Center. She has nearly eight years of professional experience in the water resources development field, both as a consultant in the private sector and in the Federal Government assessing regional scale climate change impacts. She has worked with managers and planners across the western US to evaluate future water supply, demand and risk of extreme events in many of Reclamation's Basin Studies. In addition to her work with Reclamation, she is also pursuing her PhD at Colorado School of Mines investigating groundwater surface water interactions and their implications for water management operations and planning.
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Today, you need computing resources, and therefore servers, almost everywhere—not just in the data center, but remotely as well. However, for performance reasons, your remote data-generating devices must be close to computing and storage resources. Hence the Lenovo ThinkSystem SE350 Edge server. Its small footprint and power efficiency allow for reliable server-class performance at many Edge locations. The rugged SE350 can handle temperatures from 0° to 55°C, as well as tolerate locations with high-dust and vibration—such as construction site trailers and manufacturing floors. It can be deployed equally well in a traditional office or branch location due to its office-friendly acoustics. The half-width, short-depth, 1U SE350 can be installed almost anywhere: hung on a wall, stacked on a shelf, or mounted in a rack. Learn More: https://lnv.gy/2HmZWar
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Katherine Will ’18 discusses her decision to attend Babson College and concentrate in finance. Since day one of her college career, she has been able to take advantage of tremendous finance offerings and utilize the resources in the Cutler Center Investments Lab including Bloomberg and S&P Capital IQ. She now has significant knowledge and experience that is leading to exciting internships and preparing her for a full-time position in financial services upon graduation. The Cutler Center Investments Lab provides students, staff, faculty, and Babson alumni with access to state-of-the-art research and data resources. Learn more at http://www.babson.edu/cutlercenter.
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Jodi Martin, Models for Change Coordinator with Clark County Juvenile Court (Washington), highlights the development of the Clark County Information Sharing Guide for youth and family serving agencies. This Guide is the culmination of Clark County's information sharing review, conducted with technical assistance provided by the RFK National Resource Center as part of the MacArthur Foundation's Models for Change initiative. For additional information, please visit: www.rfknrcjj.org RFK National Resource Center's Information and Data Sharing Reform: http://www.rfknrcjj.org/our-work/information-and-data-sharing-reform/ RFK National Resource Center Resources: http://www.rfknrcjj.org/resources/ The RFK National Resource Center, led by RFK Children's Action Corps, provides technical assistance, consultation, and training throughout the country to state and local jurisdictions seeking to improve system performance and outcomes for youth involved with the juvenile justice system. The RFK National Resource Center focuses primarily on youth with prior or current involvement in both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, known as dual status youth, the review and improvement of juvenile probation systems, and the use of a model framework to address the state and national laws and policies governing the exchange and sharing of data, information, and records for youth and families.
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A talk given by Jeff Wallman (Buddhist Digital Resource Center) and Élie Roux (Buddhist Digital Resource Center) at the conference 'Data Management in Asian Humanities and Social Sciences' as part of the ERC grant 'Beyond Boundaries' (13-14 November 2017, Friends House, Euston Rd).
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ICPSR has established an open-access archive, DataLumos (www.datalumos.org), where the public can archive valuable government data resources, ensuring their long-term availability. ICPSR, a center within the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research, has joined widespread efforts to preserve valuable US government data that may be hard to find or inaccessible in the future. In this webinar recording (originally broadcast February 27, 2018, during #EndangeredData Week), we discuss ways in which you can use this resource and steps you can take to improve data accessibility into the future. Viewers can expect to learn about this tool, how to use it, and how it can benefit their future work. DataLumos work is funded in part by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. For more information, please contact [email protected] Link to download presentation slides: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/files/videos/DataLumos_022718.pdf
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Check out JCCC resources including computer labs; Billington Library; Academic Achievement Center; and our math, science, language, and writing centers. For more information on this and other happenings at the college, visit http://www.jccc.edu.
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