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  • C&R ditches £300m retail JV with PRICOA

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  • Kurtenbach: Three thoughts on the Warriors’ three draft picks

    first_imgOAKLAND — You could look at the Warriors’ draft as a no-win scenario. You could also, conversely, view it as a no-lose scenario.Either way, given Golden State’s roster predicament, this draft carried more importance than any other in the Steve Kerr era. And in it, the Warriors clearly tried to strike a balance between immediate need — the Dubs need bodies — and future potential. It was high floors vs. high ceilings.CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the video on a mobile device …last_img read more

  • Video: Diski Dancing in the Capital City

    first_imgThe Diski Dance featured large at Football Fridays’ launch in Tshwane/Pretoria on 30 Oct 2009. Lesego Madumo chats to choreographer Wendy Ramokgadi about South Africa’s signature 2010 dance – watches the Deputy President try out the moves – then gets on the other end of the camera!Click arrow to play video.last_img

  • Oracle’s Acme Packet Deal Pushes It Deeper Into Cisco’s Territory

    first_imgIT + Project Management: A Love Affair 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Related Posts Oracle’s footprint in the tech industry just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Since 2005, the company has spent $50 billion on more than 80 acquisitions to extend its reach from business software to hardware to cloud computing and networking. On Monday, Oracle announced plans to acquire Bedford, Mass.-based, Acme Packet for $2.1 billion. If the deal closes by July as planned, Oracle will be facing off against Cisco in providing gear for transmitting voice, video and data over the Internet.IT And TelecomThe Acme Packet deal reflects how information technology and telecommunications are coming together in ways that are forcing big shifts in the competitive landscape. As the industry enters the post-PC era, mobile devices will increasingly dominate the enterprise and corporations will need to work with carriers and IT companies to establish better communications between employees’ smartphones and tablets and business systems.Oracle sees this blending of IT and telecom, and Acme will make the second-largest maker of business applications a player in the new market. More than 1,900 global service providers and enterprise customers use Acme’s gear. The days when separate companies could provide IT and networking gear are over. Carriers and enterprises are now looking for full-service tech vendors that can provide products for building all-Internet communication systems.While hardware still matters, software’s role in driving network capabilities is growing. “Although hardware is still important in many applications to provide needed performance, software is more and more critical for both differentiating and monetizing network capabilities,” Dana Cooperson, analyst for market researcher Ovum, said in a statement. “Performance without monetization is only half the equation.”Oracle is certainly in a position to provide a complete software and hardware package to carriers and other large communications and content providers. Because of its $7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems in 2010, Oracle has the hardware to carry Acme technology. As an added bonus, Acme is likely to boost Oracle hardware sales, which have been in a slump.Oracle vs. CiscoOracle has been encroaching on Cisco’s market for a while. Last July, the company bought Xsigo Systems, marking Oracle’s move into network virtualization, a potentially game-changing technology for moving data more efficiently in and out of data centers. The deal was announced a week after VMware agreed to pay $1.26 billion for Nicira, another network virtualization startup. Oracle did not disclose terms of the Xsigo deal.Within the area of Internet communications, Cisco, still the networking leading, has been moving aggressively. While Acme is seen as a pioneer in the technology, some analysts believe it has lost some of its mojo as Cisco and the rest of the industry turn to mobile communications. The Wall Street Journal reported that analysts for Mizuho Bank are among the skeptics.“While we appreciate Acme’s pioneer status and historically dominant position in fixed wireline networks, we argue that the company’s current wireless strategy will achieve limited success over time,” Mizuho said in a recent note. If Muzuho analysts are correct, then Oracle will have to correct Acme’s weakness in wireless technology while also contending with increasing competition from Cisco and others.Nevertheless, Oracle has the cash to get the technology it needs through acquisition. Cisco is in the same position, so expect to see more mergers and acquisitions throughout the year as competition heats up. “Oracle and Cisco can both afford to be aggressive with M&A whereas many of their peers cannot,” Cooperson said. “Expect the buying spree to continue.”Image courtesy of maxhphoto / Shutterstock. antone gonsalves Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of…last_img read more

  • Mapping the Networked Future

    first_imgThis is part of the “Hi, AleX” series — advice to AleX NetLit about enhancing her levels of network literacy through day-to-day personal and professional social networking. AleX Netlit is a fictional persona created by Network Literacy Community of Practice to serve as a guide to Military Families Service professionals, Cooperative Extension educators and others seeking to learn more about using online networks in their work.More about Alex NetLit Hi, AleX:You’ve heard all this talk of flat worlds, emergent and open-source learning environments and you’re probably still a bit bewildered.With that in mind, I wanted to point you to another great networking resource: informal learning expert Jay Cross’s brilliantly conceived map of the new flattened learning and networking landscape. It’s got to be one of the best graphic depictions in terms of demonstrating what will be required of us as professionals in the 21st century.If two words best describe this new flattened learning environment they are freedom and informality. People are freer than ever to share ideas and seek feedback from others.The Web made all of this possible.The informal networks springing up across the world are also subverting traditional hierarchies. Consequently, the old plan-and-push approach  — the way you were trained a decade ago to develop and deliver your programming —is quickly being brushed aside within this flattened communications landscape.Learning is now emergent.  Yes, I know, that sounds a bit obtuse to a newcomer like you, but it strikes at something very significant and remarkable about this new world.  Knowledge is no longer being handed down from on high by information brokers.  Tens of millions of people, many of them rank amateurs and even novices, are using the enhanced opportunities for conversation and sharing afforded by these new networks not only to learn on their own but also to expand their opportunities for learning.They don’t need trained professionals or educators as they once did, because learning is now being constructed from the bottom up rather than from top down.Granted, people are doing what they’ve always done — forming communities of practices among likeminded people — only now these communities are encompassing considerably wider scales that often transcend state, national and even continental boundaries.  Participants within these networks are gaining wider and deeper perspectives as a result.Public and private entities are slowly beginning to get the picture.  They’re learning that the old plan-and-push approaches — conferences and workshops — account for only 10 to 20 percent of what their employees learn at work.We live in an era of “unconferencing.” Employers are discovering that their top performers are skipping conventional approaches — conferences and workshops — opting for informal learning opportunities instead. Yet, if you think about it, that stands to reason:  People have always learned the most through informal conversation, trial and error and simply associating and working with people they know.Networking is simply making all of this easier — not to mention, more fun.A few employers are even beginning to realize that networking and emergent learning are doing most of the heavy lifting for them in terms of preparing their employees for the demands of the 21st century.Finally, AleX, take special note of the section on conversations in the left-hand corner of the Jay Cross’s map.  In the end, that’s what all of this is about — conversation.  Cross is right: “Conversations are the stem of learning.”People love to talk and the frequent and open conversations that are incurring from all this talking within formal networks is driving innovation.Yes, I know you’re still a bit spooked by all this, AleX.  You fear that that networking will erode the daily conversations you undertake with valued clients — just understand that casual conversation is as vital and integral a part of this new communications order as it was in the old one.The only difference is that you’ll being carrying on conversations within an even wider circle of people, gaining insights that you then can share with more intimate contacts.So, relax, AleX, things are going to be fine: You’re soon going to discover that there is far more promise than peril in this new flat world.Author: Jim LangcusterThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.last_img read more

  • IPL: Pune Warriors beat Deccan Chargers by 6 wickets

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  • All gold as glittering Australians rescue Asian Cup campaign

    first_imgPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hosting TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Juventus coach says Ronaldo ‘calm’ as rape case goes forward PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Mabil could have doubled his tally before half-time but he skied his shot after a neat move through the middle involving captain Mark Milligan and Maclaren.But Australia kept up their assault after the break as Palestinian defender Abdallah Jaber knocked an attempted clearance onto his own crossbar and Irvine headed just over.The attacks kept coming and substitute striker Giannou, a late call-up after Scottish-born Martin Boyle was injured, nodded a deserving third for Australia in the final minute.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img The Aussies will now go into next Tuesday’s final group game against Syria with renewed confidence after banishing memories of their 1-0 upset at the hands of Jordan.Coach Graham Arnold dropped the under-performing Massimo Luongo and Robbie Kruse in favor of Jackson Irvine and Chris Ikonomidis, who impressed as substitutes against Jordan.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsAnd it was a far more dynamic team that opened their account on 18 minutes, when Celtic’s Tom Rogic picked out Maclaren who scored his first international goal with a glancing header.Two minutes later and gold-clad Australia were 2-0 up as Ikonomidis lofted a ball to the far post where Mabil sneaked in unmarked for a first-time finish. Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue MOST READ SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Australia’s forward Apostolos Giannou (3rd-R) celebrates after scoring a goal during the 2019 AFC Asian Cup group B football match between Palestine and Australia at the Maktoum Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum Stadium in Dubai on January 11, 2019. (Photo by Karim Sahib / AFP)Defending champions Australia dominated Palestine 3-0 on Friday as they recovered from their shock opening defeat at the Asian Cup and moved within sight of the last 16.Goals from Hibernian striker Jamie Maclaren, Awer Mabil and substitute Apostolos Giannou put the much-improved Socceroos second in Group B with one game to go.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

  • Watch: Texas Tech Band Plays Oklahoma State Alma Mater

    first_imgThis is spectacular.Update: This was actually some members of the OSU pep band who traveled down to Lubbock to play. Still cool of the Raiders to literally stand with us. Tremendous, Raiders. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/z9qvYxDqre— brooke haney (@theBrookeHaney) October 31, 2015 If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!last_img read more

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