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  2:13 p.m. EDT MR PATEL: Good afternoon, everybody. And sorry that we are running just a smidge tardy. As I promised, we have a special guest with us today. Today it is my pleasure to introduce Ambassador-at-Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy Nate Fick, who started just a couple weeks ago and had his...
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CHICAGO (AP) — Diverted ambulances. Cancer treatment delayed. Electronic health records offline. These are just some of ripple effects of an apparent cyberattack on a major nonprofit health system that disrupted operations throughout the U.S. While CommonSpirit Health confirmed it experienced an “IT security issue” earlier this week, the company has remained mum when pressed...
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10.06.22 BATON ROUGE – U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) today toured River Parishes Community College (RPCC) in Gonzales to learn how they are training students to fill jobs in Louisiana’s energy industry. That industry received a boost from Cassidy’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which includes billions for hydrogen hubs, carbon capture technologies, and demonstration projects...
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Welcome to The Long View—where we peruse the news of the week and strip it to the essentials. Let’s work out what really matters. This week: Linux 6.0 promoted to Stable, Debian 12 will include closed-source binaries, and Google Cloud opens its first Africa region. 1. Next Stop: 6.1 First up this week: Linus “I...
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Canonical has opened up its previously paid-for Ubuntu Pro update service. Now it’s free of charge for up to five physical boxes. The announcement only applies to Long Term Support releases. All you need is a free Ubuntu One account to sign in and obtain a token. If you connect your machines to Ubuntu Pro,...
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Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance Receives $73.7 Million to Accelerate Clinical and Translational Research across Georgia | #education | #technology | #training – NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY NEWS TODAY ✕ nationalcybersecuritynews.toda FREE VIEW Click Here For The Original Source. ————————————————————————————-
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Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration through the National Weather Service is trying to upgrade its ability to analyze water resources, and wants its forecasters to have better insight into flooding potential or water quality. Now, it’s...
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The Community College of Aurora will phase out over 30 degree programs that school leaders say have low demand or less utility in the job market. The majority of the program cuts at the Aurora college focus on the arts, business, and computer and digital technology, according to Bobby Pace, vice president of academic success....
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Photo:FILE How to generate QR Code It is very easy to generate QR code. Can generate QR code from both mobile phone and laptop. For this you have to use Google Chrome. Now everyone is familiar with QR Code. Whenever we go shopping, we scan QR code to make online payment. QR Code contains mobile...
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SAN FRANCISCO ( Associated Press) — Internet Explorer is finally gone. Starting Wednesday, Microsoft will end support for the once-dominant browser that legions of netizens loved to hate, and some still claim to love. The 27-year-old app has now joined the dustbin of technology history with BlackBerry phones, dial-up modems and Palm Pilots. The browser...
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