Sodium Cyanide Market in Europe and Asia Pacific: IntroductionThe sodium cyanide market in Europe and Asia Pacific was valued at ~US$ 170 Mn and ~US$ 520 Mn, respectively, in 2018.In terms of end-use industry, the mining & metallurgy segment held a dominant share of the sodium cyanide market in Europe and Asia Pacific in 2018.This can be ascribed to high demand for sodium cyanide in gold production facilities in these regions.Currently, it is safely used and managed in gold recovery around the world.REQUEST FOR COVID19 IMPACT ANALYSIS – diluted solutions of sodium cyanide, typically in the range of 0.01% to 0.05% cyanide (100 to 500 parts per million), are employed in gold mining operations.Furthermore, prices of gold have been fluctuating since the last few years.This results in strong bonding of gold molecules to sodium cyanide.The application of zinc then separates cyanide from gold.
If you are thinking what type of crane to use for your next project, you should know that there are many benefits to using a mobile crane instead of a tower crane.Because the tower crane must be installed in place, it has some limitations.On the other hand, a large, full-sized mobile crane might be loaded with multiple attachments that can perform different tasks.The major advantage of a mobile crane is its flexibility and, of course, its mobility.A mobile crane is able to access narrow passages and sites that have a limited amount of entrance space.This is important since time is definitely money on the building and construction site.A ready crane helps speed up the construction work and minimizes the time other workers must wait for pertinent tasks to be completed.A mobile crane does not need a large footprint and doesn’t usually need a lot of space.
SpaceX returned two NASA astronauts to Earth on Sunday after flying them to the International Space Station. The mission, called Demo-2, flew the first crewed US spacecraft since the end of NASA's space shuttle program in 2011. SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship is a product of NASA's Commercial Crew program, a partnership between the space agency and private companies. Boeing is also building a spaceship as part of the program, but SpaceX's progressed faster. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. SpaceX and NASA celebrated a major milestone on Sunday: the completion of the world's first crewed commercial spaceflight. The company's Crew Dragon spaceship carried two NASA astronauts into orbit and docked to the space station two months ago, then returned on Sunday in a fiery plunge through Earth's atmosphere. The mission, called Demo-2, was the last major test before NASA certifies the Crew Dragon to carry more people into space. "This day heralds a new age of space exploration," Elon Musk, SpaceX's CEO, said during a NASA TV broadcast after the splashdown, adding, "I'm not very religious, but I prayed for this one." Since NASA ended its space-shuttle program in 2011, the agency has relied exclusively on Russia to ferry its astronauts to and from orbit in Soyuz spacecraft. But those seats have gotten increasingly expensive, and the world's space agencies have had no alternative for launching and returning astronauts, even when technical glitches have arisen. That's what spurred NASA to launch its Commercial Crew program, which was designed to facilitate the development of new American-made spacecraft. The program put private firms in competition for billions of dollars' worth of government contracts. SpaceX and Boeing came out on top, and SpaceX's spaceship passed its tests and became ready for astronauts first. Here's how NASA came to rely on the two companies to resurrect American spaceflight.SEE ALSO: 27 epic images show how SpaceX made history by flying NASA astronauts to and from the space station DON'T MISS: Telescope video captured SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship attached to space station, 250 miles above Earth NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are now the first people ever to fly in a commercial spacecraft. Both men are spaceflight veterans and were deeply involved in SpaceX's efforts to design its Crew Dragon spaceship. "This has been a quite an odyssey the last five, six, seven, eight years," Hurley said during a NASA live broadcast after the recent landing. "To be where we are now — the first crewed flight of Dragon — is just unbelievable." Crew Dragon launched into space with the two astronauts inside atop a Falcon 9 rocket on May 30. The mission, called Demo-2, was a demonstrate meant to show that the launch system and spaceship could safely transport people. The next day, the capsule docked to the International Space Station, where it stayed for two months. Aboard the space station, Behnken and Hurley conducted science experiments, routine maintenance, and a couple of spacewalks. On Saturday, Behnken and Hurley climbed back into the capsule, which they'd named Endeavour, and undocked from the space station. The next day, they survived a fiery plunge back to Earth. "It felt like we were inside of an animal," Behnken said in a briefing on Tuesday. Parachutes slowed the fall, and Endeavour landed in the Gulf of Mexico at 2:48 p.m. ET on Sunday, off the coast of Pensacola, Florida. Recovery teams helped the astronauts out of the capsule and gave them a medical check. The men were fine but found it difficult to stand; that's normal for ISS astronauts, since their bodies become accustomed to floating in space. Prior to the Demo-2 mission, the last US rocket-and-spaceship system to carry astronauts to and from space was Atlantis, NASA's last space shuttle. It launched and landed in July 2011. After 135 shuttle missions, NASA retired the program so it could direct funds towards long-term missions to the moon and, eventually, Mars. Since then, NASA has relied on Russia's Soyuz system to ferry its astronauts to and from the International Space Station. Soyuz has been the only human-rated spacecraft that can ferry people to and from the $150 billion, football-field-size orbiting laboratory.  Russia has nearly quadrupled its prices for NASA over a decade. In 2008, a single round-trip flight for a NASA astronaut cost about $22 million; by 2018, that price had soared to about $81 million. As of late last year the price is about $85 million, according to CNN. Additionally, two recent incidents raised concerns about the reliability and safety of Soyuz rockets. In August 2018, a Soyuz began leaking air into space while attached to the space station. A small hole was found and investigated by cosmonauts. Russian authorities think the hole came from a manufacturing accident with a drill that was hastily covered up. Then that October, a Soyuz rocket failed during launch. The space capsule, which was carrying one American and one Russian, automatically jettisoned away, and they walked away uninjured. Despite these issues, the world's space agencies had no other options for getting their astronauts to and from the space station. NASA's Commercial Crew Program has been developing alternative launch systems since 2010. The competition asked private companies to build new astronaut-ready spacecraft. Once the program is complete, the agency will have doled out more than $8 billion in awards and contracts over about a decade. "We don't want to purchase, own, and operate the hardware the way we used to. We want to be one customer of many customers in a very robust commercial marketplace in low-Earth orbit," Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, said ahead of the Demo-2 landing. From dozens of hopefuls, two contenders made it through the competition: SpaceX and Boeing. Both of their spacecraft are designed to fly up to seven passengers to and from Earth's orbit. SpaceX, which Musk founded in 2002, designed the Crew Dragon, a 14,000-pound spaceship that's made to be reusable. The vehicle is SpaceX's biggest spaceflight achievement yet, but it's just the beginning of Musk's ambitions. "This is hopefully the first step on a journey towards civilization on Mars, of life becoming multiplanetary, a base on the moon, and expanding beyond Earth," he told reporters after the Demo-2 launch. Boeing, a century-old aerospace company, created the CST-100 Starliner, also a reusable capsule. It's made to land back on Earth using airbags, rather than splashing into the ocean. Before Boeing launches astronauts on the the CST-100 Starliner, it will re-do an uncrewed flight test, since the first attempt unearthed critical issues. In total, NASA selected nine astronauts to fly the Boeing and SpaceX spaceships on the demonstration missions and first official crewed missions. The group includes former space-shuttle flyers, ex-military test pilots, rookies, and — critically — four astronauts (including Behnken and Hurley) who'd been testing and providing feedback on the commercial ships for years. Before humans could fly in the new spacecraft, NASA required a robust series of test flights and demonstrations. In one such test, the Crew Dragon flew to the space station without a crew in March 2019 — making it the first commercial vehicle to ever do so. In that mission, called Demo-1, the spaceship launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, then linked up to the International Space Station for five days. The only passengers were a crash-test dummy named Ripley, 400 pounds of cargo, and a fuzzy toy Earth. Officials declared the test a complete success after the capsule splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida. Bridenstine described the successful mission as "the dawn of a new era in American human spaceflight, and really in spaceflight for the entire world." But later demos hit snags. SpaceX did not pass an April 2019 test that simulated a parachute failure. The test was meant to examine what would happen if one parachute didn't deploy during a flight. SpaceX tried to simulate the situation, leaving only three parachutes to break the fall. Unfortunately, the other parachutes didn't properly deploy, either. However, the Crew Dragon parachutes eventually received approval after undergoing 27 rounds of testing. They performed as planned when Behnken and Hurley landed. William Gerstenmaier, NASA's associate administrator for human exploration and operations at the time, told Spaceflight Now that similar problems arose during Boeing's parachute tests. That same month, a Crew Dragon capsule exploded during a test-firing on the ground. NASA and SpaceX both welcomed the surprise failure. The mysterious explosion occurred as the capsule fired the large engines designed to help it escape a failing rocket. "Ensuring that our systems meet rigorous safety standards and detecting anomalies like this prior to flight are the main reasons why we test," SpaceX said on the day of the failure. Kathy Lueders, who managed the Commercial Crew Program and now leads NASA's Human Spaceflight Office, called the explosion "a huge gift for us" in terms of making the ship safer to fly. Boeing launched its Starliner capsule toward the space station for the first time in December 2019. Nobody was inside — just a mannequin named Rosie. There was also some food, Christmas presents, and other cargo for astronauts aboard the space station. But the Starliner suffered a major glitch with a clock about 31 minutes after launch, causing it to veer off-course. To save the uncrewed ship from total failure, Boeing skipped its docking with the space station — the main objective of the mission — and used the remaining propellant to stabilize the capsule's orbit and get it home. On its early return to Earth, the capsule relied on impact-absorbing airbags to land safely in the desert. A NASA safety panel revealed in February that the Starliner had also suffered a second software issue, which ground controllers patched in the middle of the test flight. Boeing and NASA officials said the error could have caused a collision between two units of the spacecraft: the crew module and the service module. The error prompted NASA to launch a larger investigation into Boeing's coding and culture.   NASA and Boeing have decided to re-do that uncrewed mission before the company launches its first astronauts. The re-do is planned for October or November, according to The Washington Post, but officials have declined to offer a timeline for the Starliner's first astronaut flight. Before they could carry people, both spaceships also had to prove they can jettison astronauts to safety in the unlikely event of a rocket-launch failure. Such failures have happened to both the Space Shuttle and Soyuz systems, so having an escape plan is essential. Boeing passed the ground test of the Starliner's abort system in November 2019. The capsule rocketed nearly a mile into the air, then parachuted back to the ground. The entire flight lasted 1.5 minutes. SpaceX demonstrated its escape system in January, by turning off one of its Falcon 9 rockets mid-flight while a Crew Dragon was perched on top. The rocket was traveling at around twice the speed of sound when SpaceX shut it down. At that moment, the Crew Dragon detached, fired its own thrusters, and sped away from the soon-to-explode rocket. The ship landed in the ocean under four giant parachutes. "It went as well as one could possibly expect," Musk said of the escape-system demonstration.     Overall, the Commercial Crew program has run years past its deadline. Boeing and SpaceX were supposed to have their systems certified by 2017, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office. "Most of us are just way past ready for this to happen. It has taken a lot longer than anybody thought," Wayne Hale, a retired NASA space-shuttle program manager, told Business Insider in January. Eventually, a round-trip seat on the Crew Dragon is expected to cost about $55 million. A seat on Starliner will cost about $90 million. NASA has contracted six round-trip flights on Crew Dragon. Behnken's wife, Megan McArthur, will pilot the second one. "What we did for Bob, I think we can do an even better job for Megan," SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell said after the Demo-2 splashdown. NASA also plans to open the space station to tourists for $35,000 per night. Last year NASA announced it would allow two private astronauts per year to stay up to 30 days each on the space station.   Holly Secon contributed reporting. Do you have a story or inside information to share about the spaceflight industry? Send Dave Mosher an email at [email protected] or a Twitter direct message at @davemosher. More secure communication options are listed here.
TikTok's parent company ByteDance is facing increased pressure to cut ties with the viral video app, as President Donald Trump has threatened to ban TikTok unless ByteDance divests. Microsoft is in talks to buy TikTok's operations in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and says it expects to reach a conclusion by September 15th. Of course, TikTok could also find another buyer. If the talks fall through by that date, Trump has said he would ban the app. If the companies make a deal, the acquisition will be complicated, but Microsoft is less likely to face roadblocks from the Trump administration and antitrust regulators in the process. Here's what we know about why Microsoft is the most likely buyer, what happens to TikTok if it goes through, and other questions you may have about the deal-in-progress. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The word is out: Microsoft is exploring a deal to viral video app TikTok's operations in several countries including the US as its Chinese parent company ByteDance faces increasing pressure from the Trump administration. News broke Friday President Donald Trump was planning to order ByteDance to divest its stake. Soon after, reports emerged Microsoft was an interested suitor, followed by confirmation from the company itself. Now, ByteDance and Microsoft will have until September 15 to reach a deal — at which point Trump says he will take action to ban the app in the US entirely (though it's not clear how, exactly, he'd do that).  The deal raises a lot of questions, not all of which have readily-apparent answers.  Here's what we know about the deal so far: Why is Microsoft the most likely buyer? First and foremost, while Microsoft is widely considered the leading candidate to buy TikTok, and the only one that has publicly stated its interest, nothing has yet been set in stone and another company could still come in and snap it up. Rumors of other interested parties include Google, Facebook, and Apple — the last of which has since denied such reports. It's still unclear how the talks between Microsoft and TikTok began, but there are several serendipitous factors at play that could give the tech titan an edge in these talks. Only a handful of companies could afford to acquire TikTok in the first place. The app as a whole is said to be worth between $30 billion and $50 billion. However, Microsoft is apparently only bidding for a portion of TikTok's business — specifically, its operations in US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.  Given that the TikTok deal is only for a relatively narrow slice of the business, Microsoft — or any other buyer — is likely to pay less than those figures, especially since ByteDance is also likely feeling the heat from Trump to sell by the September 15 deadline. While the US is one of TikTok's biggest markets, users in the four countries in question only comprised 10.3% of TikTok downloads in the last 30 days, according to data provided to Business Insider by app analytics firm Sensor Tower. In fact, CNBC reported Wednesday the TikTok deal could be worth between $10 billion and $30 billion. CBNC also reported Microsoft has agreed to bring TikTok's code to the US from China within a year, an engineering feat that would be out of reach for most other companies. And of the deep-pocketed tech giants, Microsoft is perhaps the least likely to face any political consequences or regulatory blowback on the deal, given how it's largely managed to stay above the fray when it comes to disputes between Big Tech and the Trump administration. To that point, Microsoft, the second-most valuable tech company in the world was notably absent last week when CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google testified before Congress about how their market dominance and business practices might harm competition. That lack of scrutiny might mean Microsoft could get the deal done with minimal antitrust roadblocks to overcome.  Meanwhile, there are important links between Microsoft and TikTok. ByteDance founder Yiming Zhang did a brief stint at Microsoft, but perhaps more significant is that TikTok's Global General Counsel Erich Andersen, who just joined the company this year, is a 25-year Microsoft veteran who worked closely under the company's president and chief legal officer, Brad Smith. What Microsoft plans to do with TikTok is still the source of speculation, especially given CEO Satya Nadella's historic focus on cloud computing and productivity. However, analysts recently told Business Insider the acquisition could be an opportunistic play for Microsoft to bolster its consumer business and gain favor among younger generations. What exactly would Microsoft get for its money?   In a statement about its discussions with ByteDance, Microsoft said a "preliminary proposal" for the deal would see the company buy TikTok's operations in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Microsoft would own and operate TikTok in those countries, although the company said it may invite other American investors to acquire minority stakes in its portion of the business. But a complete divorce between ByteDance and TikTok would likely also apply to its employees and internal operations, presenting a complex challenge for the buyer.  According to The Information, ByteDance engineers based in China are responsible for the underlying software and infrastructure across the company's more than two dozen apps, including TikTok. The few US-based engineers TikTok has hired report to senior executives in China, as do some managers working on TikTok's US ad business. Whoever buys up TikTok will be tasked not only with bridging those technological gaps, but with filling the gaps that could open up in TikTok's workforce. It could take TikTok at least to half a year to hire the hundreds of employees they need to replace, the Information estimates. In any case, the terms of the deal will be subject to approval from CFIUS and Trump. What is CFIUS, and why is it investigating TikTok in the first place? Lawmakers have long raised concerns over the connection between ByteDance and China, and whether the Chinese government can access user data or influence content moderation. A formal national security review of the app was launched in November 2019 by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States — better known as CFIUS (pronounced "siff-ee-yuss). CFIUS, an interagency body under the government's executive arm, is tasked with investigating the transactions of American companies that involve foreign businesses for potential national security risks. The US Department of the Treasury earlier this year published new regulations intended to strengthen the committee's ability to address national security concerns. The relevant CFIUS review focuses on ByteDance's 2017 acquisition of, a popular US-based social network that preceded TikTok and was later merged into TikTok in the US. The US government argues it has jurisdiction over the deal because ByteDance didn't get approval from CFIUS at the time of the acquisition. There are some notable instances where Chinese companies sold their stakes in US companies following a CFIUS investigation. Earlier this year, Chinese company Kunlun sold LGBTQ dating app Grindr for $608.5 million after CFIUS said its ownership of the company was a security risk. In 2019, CFIUS required online health startup PatientsLikeMe to find another buyer for the majority stake it sold to a Chinese company called iCarbonX. Microsoft and ByteDance informed the committee they plan to explore a deal involving Microsoft's purchase of TikTok's operations in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Microsoft said it may invite other American investors to acquire a minority stake in TikTok. What happens if CFIUS approves a TikTok acquisition? Trump has given ByteDance a deadline of September 15 to hammer out a deal in which TikTok's US operations are sold — whether that buyer is Microsoft or somebody else. If a deal isn't reached by that date, Trump has said that he will act to ban the TikTok app entirely in the United States (though it isn't clear how he would accomplish that). If ByteDance reaches a deal, it will go through another CFIUS review and, concurrently, a Justice Department antitrust review. That review is expected to be a quick process, unless a direct TikTok competitor like Facebook, Google, or Snap are involved, according to experts consulted by Business Insider. But even if CFIUS approves a TikTok acquisition, it's unclear how Trump will respond. Trump initially disproved of such a sale, and insisted on pushing for a complete ban of the app in the US. However, Trump's stance has apparently since softened: He told reporters Monday he would approve of such a deal to acquire TikTok's US operations. What happens if TikTok's sale falls apart? Trump hasn't completely let go of choosing the nuclear option by enacting an outright ban of TikTok in the US. Trump told reporters Monday he would give ByteDance until September 15 to hammer out a deal with a US buyer — or he would ban TikTok in the country entirely. If discussions with Microsoft were to fall through, however, it's unlikely TikTok would struggle to find another interested buyer. Despite the political firestorm around it, TikTok is one of the hottest and most influential platforms in the social sphere, with a reported 100 million monthly users in the US. However, any other buyer would likely be not as well-equipped as Microsoft to face the Trump administration's concerns over the deal. A group of ByteDance's US investors expressed early interest in buying a majority stake in TikTok, but those talks are said to have fallen apart over concerns that such a takeover "wouldn't pass muster with the Trump administration." Can Trump ban TikTok in the US? A US-wide ban on a smartphone app would be an unprecedented move. Despite Trump's repeated claims he's pursuing an outright ban, it remains unclear what power or authority he has to do so, experts told Business Insider.  "He can't outright 'ban' TikTok itself," Kyle Langvardt, a law professor at the University of Detroit, told Business Insider. "But he can interfere so heavily with TikTok's business that an American TikTok clone will replace it." Additionally, TikTok's classification as "software" could mean the platform is covered by the First Amendment, making a ban a violation of American's freedom of speech. "Banning" an app is a complex process: Even if the US government could get TikTok removed from Google and Apple's smartphone app stores, there are millions of users who already have the app on their phone.  The Verge's Adi Robertson reports a more intense nationwide ban would have to happen at the "network level" by blocking communication between TikTok servers and US users. This is the same method the Chinese government uses to block popular platforms, like Facebook and Google, behind its "Great Firewall" of internet censorship. All of that combined would make a full ban of TikTok a tall order. Are you a Microsoft employee with insight to share? Contact reporter Ashley Stewart via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email ([email protected]). Are you a TikTok or ByteDance employee? Contact reporter Paige Leskin at [email protected] using a non-work device. Open DMs on Twitter @paigeleskin.SEE ALSO: Inside the rise of TikTok, the viral video-sharing app that Trump is trying to order its Chinese parent to sell Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has caused volatility in raw material prices in the Global Infrastructure As A Service Market.Gain access to our recently published reports that elaborate in the impact caused by Coronavirus on the Global Infrastructure As A Service Market to stay abreast with latest market on goings.Learn how COVID-19 has affected supply chains in certain regions of the world and empower your business with resourceful insights on tackling the novel virus.Global Infrastructure As A Service Market: SynopsisThe detailed report published by Market Research Future (MRFR) projects that the global infrastructure as a service market is marked to exhibit remarkable expansion at a CAGR of 23% during the forecast period from 2017 to 2023.Based on solution, the global infrastructure as service market has been segmented into managed hosting services, storage as a service, network management, high-performance computing as a service, disaster recovery as a service, and content delivery services.Among these, the storage as a service segment has been sub-segmented into network attached storage and storage area network-based storage.Based on verticals, the global infrastructure as a service market has been segmented into IT and telecom, BFSI, retail and e-commerce, healthcare, government and defense, and others.
We all know about the world’s famous cryptocurrency exchange Binance, which plays a vital role in the cryptocurrency market.Trust wallet is the native wallet of Binance , which is acquired by Binance a two year back.Binance owned Trust Wallet has hit a five million user milestone, it is now delving into the DeFi sector.In that short space of time, the service has managed to amount 5 million users, and it is now expanding into the burgeoning DeFi sector.In addition to the five million user milestone, Trust Wallet claims that 10% of this rapidly acquired user base is now accessing a wide range of DApps and DeFi platforms.It plans to aggressively expand into the sector as crypto investors seek liquidity farming earning opportunities.Trust Wallet’s users has increased to 5 millions in 2 years resulted in huge revenue.And Trust Wallet founder Viktor Radchenko told that trust wallet will extend its services over accessing various dapps and DeFi services through the trust wallet.In this cryptocurrency based payment rich world, the need for wallets to securely store the cryptos is the most demanded aspect among the crypto people.Thus, building a crypto wallet app as like Trust Wallet can bring you the best ROI.How do develop a best wallet app as like Trust Wallet ?To develop wallet app as like trust wallet, you can get the best trust wallet clone app development services from top cryptocurrency wallet development company.Business benefits of creating a clone app like trust walletIncrease brand identityIncreases customer baseIncreases mobile users of your crypto exchange app.Can attain rapid business growth and can boost ROI.Helps to provide intuitive services on exchanging the decentralized assetsGet free demo of Bitdeal’s Trust Wallet Clone App Now !
In this modern world, internet and computer networks are the bloodlines of any business in this century, and no organization can afford data to be lost or infected that move through the internet and computer network.Managed next generation firewall acts equivalent to the blood test procedure performed prior to transfusing blood in the body from outside.
Artificial intelligence is not considered as a single entity but an amalgamation of a different set of technologies and building blocks that create the base for various industrial solutions.The market for Enterprise Artificial Intelligence is expected to experience a high growth rate.The growing amount of data sets requiring to analyze, complex data for with integration of artificial intelligence for better efficiency.The market for enterprise artificial intelligence is expected to experience a high growth rate.One of the major factors contributing to the growth of this market is the growing demand for artificial intelligence based solutions and platforms.Get a Free Sample @ Analysis:Some of the major players in global Enterprise Artificial Intelligence market include SAS Institute (U.S.), International Business Machines, Corporation (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Amazon Web Services (U.S.), Intel Corporation (U.S.), Google, LLC (U.S.), SAP SE (Germany), Sentinent Technologies (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (U.S.), Wipro Technologies (India) among othersOther vendors include Algolia (U.S.), CrowdFlower (U.S.), DataRobot (U.S.), Element AI (Canada), LeapMind (Japan), Petuum (U.S.), Tamr (U.S.), Trifacta (U.S.), Zendesk (U.S.), HireVue Inc (U.S.), Wade & Wendy (U.S.), Appier, Inc (Taiwan), Sapho (U.S.), Artifacia (India), Dataiku (U.S.), Cycorp, Inc (U.S.), Anodot Ltd (Israel), Arimo (U.S.) among others.Segmentation:On the basis of the solution, the market is segmented into business intelligence, customer management, sales & marketing, finance & operation, digital commerce, and othersOn the basis of services, the market is segmented into professional service and managed service.The professional service is further is segmented into integration and deployment service, consulting service, and support & maintenance service.On the basis of deployment, the market is segmented into cloud deployment and on-premise deployment.On the basis of industry vertical, the market is segmented into retail, healthcare, Automotive, Aerospace, media & entertainment, banking & financial services, IT & Telecommunication, and othersOn the basis of region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and rest of the world.Regional Analysis:On the basis of geography, the market is studied for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world.
Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) Market - Growth Drivers, Opportunities and Forecast Analysis to 2023” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) Market is accounted for $1,229.5 million in 2016 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 36.7% to reach $10,988.40 million by 2023.Need for programmable security architecture, increasing adoption of cloud-based applications, shortage of cyber security talent and macroeconomic factors are driving the market growth.However, lack of awareness of security breach and high prerequisites for deployment of SDP are restraining the market growth.Based on Deployment, cloud-based Software Defined Perimeter provides managed network services solution that hides enterprise apps and resources from attackers.Network remains protected and the attackers can’t see what’s going on inside.Software Defined Perimeter provides a secure, encrypted connection between users’ devices and apps on a need-to-know basis, allowing only authenticated and approved users to access network resources.It also delivers a perimeter firewall to help stop cyber attacks at organization’s virtual border, before they can cause harm inside the IT infrastructure.
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Customer Communication Management Software Market Research Report- Forecast till 2025Market HighlightsGlobal Customer Communication Management Software Market is expected to register a CAGR of 11.2% during the review period, 2019–2025.Customer communication management (CCM) is defined as a strategy that supports the improvement of outbound and interactive communications.However, the lack of awareness about customer communication management software offerings, and company policies around security issues of such integrated platforms are hindering the market growth.The Global Customer Communication Management Software Market is dominated by a few major players; however, new players are expected to enter the market due to new revenue opportunities in regions such as the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and South America.The entry of new players is expected to increase the competition in the market.Get a Free Sample @ Customer Communication Management Software Market has been segmented based on component, deployment mode, organization size, vertical, and region.Based on the component, the market has been segmented into solution and service.The service segment has been further segmented into professional services and managed services.Solutions such as data extraction, document composition, printer management, email marketing, SMS communication, data analysis, and others are being adopted at a rapid pace.Small and medium businesses are offering products that are more tailored towards the customer’s needs, and hence, are rapidly adopting customer communication management software to offer more customer-centric products and services.By deployment mode, the market has been segmented into cloud-based and on-premise.
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Market HighlightsThe wireless network security market trends are advanced telecommunication and fast Internet of Things adoption.Increasing network infrastructures, data centers, and applications need market-oriented encryption techniques.The stronghold of various innovations, such as bringing your own device (BYOD) and growing deployment of advanced network technology across multiple organizations, creates a great positive impact on the wireless security network market size0k.Wireless network protection systems are used to increase network performance and allow data transmission at high speed in a safe environment.In its recently published research report, Market Research Future (MRFR) asserts that the global wireless LAN security market is booming and expected to rise exponentially over the review period, recording a significant market valuation of USD 8 billion and a healthy 19% CAGR over the forecast period.The significant constraints faced by the wireless security market are caused by the efficient convergence of wireless technologies across mobile devices that will hamper wireless network security market development.The rising wireless devices in industries for remote monitoring and controlling are generating security challenges.Get a Free Sample @ AnalysisThe major market players operating in the global market as identified by MRFR are  A10 Networks (U.S.), Blue Coat Systems Inc. (U.S.), Alcatel-Lucent S.A. (France), Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Cisco Systems, Inc.(U.S.), Dell Inc.(U.S.), Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd (China), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (U.S.), Juniper Networks, Inc.(U.S.), Symantec Corporation (U.S.), ZTE Corporation (China), Motorola Solutions, Inc.(U.S.) among others.Regional AnalysisThe geographical overview of the global market has been conducted in four major regions, including the Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa.North America retains the majority of the global wireless LAN security market share.The market in this area is driven by factors including technological advances, cloud-managed Wi-Fi, and enterprise IoT applications.
Market HighlightsOrganizations are developing their techniques and solutions to gain more visibility in complex architecture.Thereby, the finance vertical is estimated to have the largest market share in 2023.According to Market Research Future Analysis, the global automation as a service market is estimated to generate revenue of approximately USD 6 Billion by 2023 growing at a CAGR of 29% during the forecast period 2017-2023.IBM is yet another key player in automation as a service market.(U.K), International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), UiPath (U.S.), HCL Technologies Limited (India), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP (U.S.), Kofax Inc. (U.S.), NICE Ltd. (Israel), and Pegasystems Inc.(U.S.) and others.Regional Analysis:North America accounts for high share of the global Automation as a Service (SDP) market in terms of value, owing to early adoption of automation as a service and rapid rate of technological advancements in the region.In Asia Pacific market, enterprises in countries such as India and China are mostly operating in cloud-based applications, which is further aiding the market growth in the region.The study indicates that, Europe and Japan also account for a significant value share in the global Automation as a Service market.Segmentation:The global automation as a service market is segmented by component, type, deployment, organization size, application, and vertical.By component, the market consists of solutions & service.
Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Market ScenarioTele-Intensive Care Units (ICU) are advanced systems used for the treatment of critically ill patients by using off-site clinical resources.It is a part of telemedicine which is used for the exchange of medical information for conducting various medical activities such as monitoring, treatment, and rehabilitation.The Global Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Market is accounted for USD 1820 Million in 2018 and expected to register 16.4% CAGR during the forecast period (2019–2024).The rising prevalence of chronic disorders such as cancer, increasing geriatric population, technological advancements in the healthcare sector and increasing cases of patients affected by neurological disorders across the world are expected to drive the growth of the market.For instance, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), In the year 2016, more than 10.4 million cases of tuberculosis were registered in the world, and 1.7 million deaths occurred due to tuberculosis in the year 2016.Moreover, rising R spending and aggressive strategies adopted by the top players, such as new product launches, are contributing to the growth of the market.Browse Sample of the Report @ lack of adequate reimbursement policy and high costs involved in the establishment of these centers may hamper the growth of the market during the assessment period.Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Market SegmentationThe global Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) market has been segmented on the basis of component and type of management.On the basis of component, the market has been classified as hardware and software.The market, by hardware, has been further segmented into the computer system, communication lines, physiological monitors, therapeutic devices, video feeds, and others.Based on the type of management, the market has been segmented into intensivist, open, co-managed, open with a consultant, and other types of management.The market has been segmented, by region, into the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.Western Europe has further been classified as Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Spain, and the rest of Western Europe.
A explosion at a port rocked the Lebanese capital city of Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least dozens of people. As videos of the explosion spread across social media sites, some users claimed an atomic bomb caused the disaster due to the appearance of a mushroom cloud. The Lebanese prime minister says the blast came from a stockpile of ammonium nitrate in a warehouse. Nuclear weapons experts say the detonation was definitely not triggered by an atomic bomb. Atomic explosions are characterized by a blinding flash of light, a pulse of searing heat, and radioactive fallout, none of which were detected. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When an enormous explosion created a mushroom cloud over Beirut, killing dozens of people and injuring thousands more, online commentators and conspiracy theorists quickly jumped to a frightening claim: A nuclear bomb had gone off in Lebanon's capital city. But as state officials say, and contrary to those fast-spreading rumors, the explosion was almost certainly not caused by a nuclear weapon. Even before Lebanese officials said the explosion was caused by a large stockpile of ammonium nitrate stored in a warehouse at the port, according to The Guardian, experts who study nuclear weapons quickly and unequivocally rejected the idea that Beirut had been hit with a nuclear bomb. Key to those rejections are the videos that Beirut residents managed to record video of the huge detonation. People trained cameras on the Beirut port at the time of the blast because a worrisome cloud of smoke rose beforehand. Some of those videos show small flashes of light and reports (or sounds) that are distinctive to fireworks. Moments later, the huge explosion — which came with a visible blast wave and mushroom-like cloud of smoke — rocked the area, destroying nearby buildings and shattering distant windows. In a tweet that accumulated thousands of likes and reshares before it was deleted, one user wrote: "Good Lord. Lebanese media says it was a fireworks factory. Nope. That's a mushroom cloud. That's atomic." Vipin Narang, who studies nuclear proliferation and strategy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, immediately spiked the claim. "I study nuclear weapons. It is not," Narang tweeted on Tuesday. Martin Pfeiffer, a PhD candidate at the University of New Mexico who researchers the human history of nuclear weapons, also rejected assertions on social media that a "nuke" caused the blast. "Obviously not a nuke," Pfeiffer tweeted, saying later: "That's a fire setting off explosives or chemicals."  Pfeiffer indicated that the explosion lacked two hallmarks of a nuclear detonation: a "blinding white flash" and a thermal pulse, or surge of heat, which would otherwise start fires all over the area and severely burn people's skin. The explosion did trigger a powerful blast wave that apparently shattered windows across Beirut, and it was briefly visible as an expanding, shell-like cloud — something often seen in historic footage of nuclear detonations. But Pfeiffer noted such blast-wave clouds, known to weapons researchers as a "Wilson Cloud," are made when humid air gets compressed and causes the water in it to condense. In other words: They aren't unique to nuclear bombs. A back-of-the-envelope calculation reshared on Twitter by Narang suggests the blast was equivalent to around 240 tons of TNT, or about 10 times as large as the US military's "mother of all bombs" or MOAB is capable of unleashing. By contrast, the "Little Boy" bomb that the US dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 was about 1,000 times as powerful. As a counterpoint to suggestions the Beirut explosion was caused by a nuclear weapon, Pfeiffer offered a video showing the detonation of a rocket-propelled "Davy Crockett" nuclear weapon, which exploded with a force equivalent to about 20 tons of TNT. The Davy Crockett was one-tenth as strong as the Beirut explosion, but had a distinctive flash that's missing from Tuesday's blast. No reports suggest there was any radioactive fallout after the Beirut blast, which would have been quickly detected. It's not crazy to wonder if a large blast in a populous city might be an act of nuclear terrorism, of course. In fact, it's one of 15 disaster scenarios that the US government has simulated and planned for (to the point it created scripts for local authorities to use after such an attack). But in this case, Beirut's tragedy was not in any way nuclear.SEE ALSO: I just nuked Manhattan in a realistic new VR simulation, and the experience changed how I understand the bomb DON'T MISS: If a nuclear weapon is about to explode, here's what a safety expert says you can do to survive Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Here's how easy it is for the US president to launch a nuclear weapon
EFTs track indices and other financial stocks traded on the stock exchanges.Before investing in the adventure index fund, you should ask yourself what goals you are pursuing with your investment and what type of investor you are.Actively managed funds or trade yourself?If you don't want to spend too much time on your investment, you can rely on actively managed funds.On the other hand, if you want to be active on the financial market yourself, start EFT trading with the broker of your choice.What type of investor are you?Investors can be divided into three groups:There are short-term investors who want to invest safely .The second group consists of nervous, patient and long-term investors who can withstand price fluctuations even if they move against them for a while.The third type of investor is flexible and independent and likes to invest in mixed funds.Exchange traded ETFsThe advantage of exchange-traded ETFs is that you can keep this investment in your portfolio over the long term because they almost always reflect the market average.What funds are there?The funds are also divided into three groups.Special funds as presented, also called industry funds, track indices of individual industries and are suitable for investors who pursue a dividend strategy.Market- wide funds track a large number of indices from well-known companies.These funds are popular because they represent a cross-section of the market-known industries and companies.They are launched by a large number of investors, including the mixed fund type.The costs of these market-wide funds are also very cheap.Managed funds form the third fund group.
The study takes a closer look at the major economic turmoil, with a focus on the recent COVID-19 pandemic disruptions.Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) governance demand is growing with IaaS mis-configurations and inadvertent sensitive data storage exposure causing some of the biggest breaches over the past couple of years.Moreover, the increasing adoption of multi-cloud and cloud-based IaaS platform is escalating the IaaS market on the global platform.Acknowledging the kind of growth, the IaaS market is witnessing currently, Market Research Future (MRFR) in its recently published study report asserts that the global Infrastructure as a Service market will reach approx.59 BN USD by 2023, registering a whopping CAGR over 23 % from 2017 to 2023.Augmenting uptake of cloud computing among various verticals including IT & telecom, BFSI, healthcare, retail & e-commerce due to maximum utilization of IT resources and cost-effective cloud computing services among organizationsOn the flip side, factors such as the lack of technical expertise to manage IT infrastructure and data security on the cloud are expected to restrict the market growth of IaaS over the assessment period.Nevertheless, the cloud-based IaaS platform  owing to its capability to enhance the IT services and fast data accessibility, witnesses a vast demand in large enterprises, which in turn, will support the market growth over the forecast period.Global Infrastructure as a Service Market- SegmentationMRFR has segmented the analysis into five key dynamics for the scope of better understanding:-By Solutions : Managed Hosting Services, Storage as a Service (network attached storage and storage area network-based storage), High-Performance Computing as a Service, Disaster Recovery as a Service, Network Management, and Content Delivery Services.By Deployment Types : Public Cloud, Private Cloud, and Hybrid Cloud.By End-Users : SMEs and Large Enterprises.By Verticals : IT & Telecom, BFSI, Healthcare, Retail and e-Commerce, Government, and Defense among others.By Regions :  Europe, North America, APAC and the Rest-of-the-World (RoW).Global Infrastructure as a Service Market-Regional AnalysisThe North American region leads the global Infrastructure as a Service market with the largest market share.IaaS market in the region offers lucrative opportunities owing to the rapidly growing enterprises.
The study takes a closer look at the major economic turmoil, with a focus on the recent COVID-19 pandemic disruptionsMarket SynopsisThe integration system allows ease of creating an information system that can offer the construction of modified application and can be applied to combine communication between software and hardware that are installed.As per MRFR study, the integrated system market is likely to touch USD 30 Bn by 2023.The high technically developed region can aid in the expansion of the integrated system market in the region.The flourishing telecom industry in the region is invested in launching solutions that are customer sustaining.This aids in the expansion of customer base in the deployment of numerous integration techniques that can revamp the existing network solutions.In Europe, the global integrated systems market is expected to generate considerable revenue.Market SegmentationThe global integrated systems market can be classified on the basis of product, service, end-use, and region.
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Hackers appear to have taken over several big YouTube channels in recent weeks, changing the channels' names to topics like "SpaceX" or "Elon Musk" and promoting Bitcoin scams. The hacked channels, some of which have tens or hundreds of thousands of subscribers, post videos urging people to send Bitcoin in order to be paid back double — a common scam tactic. It bears similarities to the tactics used by hackers who compromised hundreds of high-profile Twitter accounts last month. Unlike the Twitter hack, there's no evidence that hackers compromised YouTube's internal tools or systems — but the hacks keep compromising big channels. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As SpaceX and NASA made history last week with their first ever spaceflight together, millions flocked to YouTube to watch astronauts return to Earth. Tens of thousands of those viewers unwittingly clicked on videos that appeared to be official SpaceX livestreams, posted by seemingly legitimate YouTube channels with hundreds of thousands of subscribers. Instead, they were met with "Bitcoin giveaway" messages urging them to send Bitcoin in order to be paid back double — a common scam tactic. Hackers appear to have compromised several high-profile YouTube channels in the past week, changed the channel names to hot-button topics like SpaceX or Elon Musk, and promoted Bitcoin scams. The trend was pointed out Monday by esports commentator Rod Breslau. apparently this has been going on for at least a week and several other big international YouTube channels have also been hit the same way for live stream scams — Rod Breslau (@Slasher) August 4, 2020 The tactics appear similar to those employed by the hackers who compromised Twitter last month, taking over verified accounts, including Kim Kardashian's and Barack Obama's, and using them to promote Bitcoin scams. But while the Twitter breach was the result of hackers gaining access to Twitter's internal tools and systems, it's possible that each hacked YouTube channel was taken over separately, without hackers compromising YouTube's internal tools. Nonetheless, hacked channels promoting Bitcoin scams appears to be pervasive on YouTube. A YouTube spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but some hacked channels were disabled shortly after Business Insider asked YouTube about them. The channels highlighted by Breslau aren't the only ones that appear to have been compromised. As of Tuesday morning, a cursory search for "SpaceX NASA" on YouTube directed users to a live video with 36,000 viewers entitled "Elon Musk Interview from Air Warfare Symposium about SpaceX Crew Dragon & NASA 2020," posted by a channel called "Live News" with a SpaceX logo as its avatar. Those changes were made recently — the channel's social media links show that it originally belonged to a Croatian gaming YouTuber who was promoting his YouTube channel as recently as yesterday. The channel was disabled shortly after Business Insider asked YouTube about it on Tuesday. Hackers have been employing similar tactics on YouTube since at least November 2019, according to MarcoStyle, a gaming YouTuber who was hacked last year. In a video explaining the hack, MarcoStyle said his channel was compromised after he was tricked into clicking a malicious phishing link in an email. From there, hackers were able to reconfigure his channel as a "brand channel," enabling it to be managed by multiple other Google accounts. MarcoStyle said he thinks the hack could have been curtailed if YouTube required two-factor authentication for logins or to upload videos. "We really can't expect YouTube to instantly fix the mess that I created [by clicking the phishing link]," he said in the video. "That being said, I do wish YouTube had a few other security options." Sending malicious links in emails is one of the most common tactics employed by hackers. Email scams cost businesses $1.7 billion in 2019, according to the FBI, and a FireEye study found that 91% of all cybercrimes start with an email. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What makes 'Parasite' so shocking is the twist that happens in a 10-minute sequence
The report "Digital Audio Workstation Market by Type (Recording, Editing, Mixing), End User (Professional/Audio Engineers and Mixers, Electronic Musicians, Music Studios), Component, Deployment Model, Operating Systems, and Region - Global Forecast to 2023", The digital audio workstation market size is expected to grow from USD 2.0 billion in 2018 to USD 3.1 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9.2% during the forecast period.The key factors driving the digital audio workstation market include the growing focus on digitization of instruments and increasing adoption of cloud-based digital audio workstations in the music industry to enhance the music production processThe study includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the digital audio workstation market, along with their company profiles, recent developments, and key market strategies.Market players have embraced different strategies to expand their global presence and increase their market shares.Download PDF Brochure @ and consulting services subsegment is estimated to grow at a higher as compared to the managed services subsegment during the forecast period.Services, including consulting, product support, updates, and maintenance, are required at various stages, starting from pre-sales requirement assessment to post-sales product deployment and execution, thus enabling the client to get better return on investment (RoI).The major vendors offering DAW market globally include Apple (US), Adobe (US), Avid (US), Ableton (Germany), Steinberg (Germany), MOTU (US), Acoustica (US), Presonus (US), Magix (Germany), Native Instruments (Germany), Cakewalk (US), Image-Line (Germany), Bitwig (Germany), Renoise (Germany), and Harrison Audio Consoles (US).Apple is one of the major players in the DAW market.The company offers two solutions for this market: GarageBand and Logic Pro X.It continuously takes efforts to bring cutting-edge technology to these offerings to help its professional clients produce the best quality music.
Today, as supply chains become more complex and stretch from one side of the world to the other, companies are required to adapt to rapidly changing business environments with increased resilient distribution operations, tighter inventory control and faster, more efficient processing.This all adds up to higher demand for proficient and effective process execution.Download PDF Brochure @ is the major trend observed in this market where top players are acquiring the smaller startup companies for their unique solution offerings which are then levered to improve their presence in the particular market.Solutions vendors in this industry are spending huge amount of money on developing real-time solutions.Optimization is the other trend seen in this market where the main focus is to reduce the losses which are caused due to the time delay.Fleet management solutions have to be managed effectively and efficiently and use of analytics in managing these fleets has been the main focus of the players.Shippers want the real-time updates for their goods and thus connectivity solutions related applications have been swiftly expanding.Asia Pacific (APAC) is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.
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Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.After nearly four years of perplexing interviews with US president Donald Trump, the bar is pretty high for what qualifies as outrageous, jaw-dropping or even just plain mad.Enter Jonathan Swan of American news site Axios, who not only managed to clear that bar but fly so far over it that even in 2020 his interview has still managed to prompt a general response of “omg is this actually real life?”.If you showed the Axios interview to someone that just came out of a 5 year coma they'd think SNL still doesn't know when to end a sketch.— Schooley (@Rschooley) August 4, 2020Much of the interview covered the ongoing coronavirus pandemic which has so far killed more than 150,000 Americans – the highest death toll of any country.In a particularly bizarre segment, Trump brandished pieces of paper while trying to convince Swan that his administration was winning the battle against the virus.The president said: “Those people who really understand it say it’s incredible, the job that we’ve done.”Swan replied: ”Who says that?”There was no reply from the president. Instead, he continued to insist that other countries were faring far [email protected]: “Oh, you’re doing death as a proportion of cases. I’m talking about death as a proportion of population. That’s where the U.S. is really bad. Much worse than South Korea, Germany, etc.”@realdonaldtrump: “You can’t do that.”Swan: “Why can’t I do that?”— Axios (@axios) August 4, 2020Trump: “If you look a this chart here, the United States is lower in numerous categories. We’re lower than... the world.”Swan: “Lower than the world? What does that mean?”Trump: “Lower than Europe.Swan: “In what? Oh, you’re doing deaths as a proportion of cases. I’m talking about deaths as a proportion of population. That’s where the US is really bad. Much worse that South Korea, Germany, et cetera.”Trump: “You can’t do that.”Swan: “Why can’t I do that?”Trump: “You have to go by the cases. The cases that are there.”Swan: “Why not as a proportion of population? Look at South Korea – 51m population, 300 deaths.” Trump: “You don’t know that, you don’t know that.”Swan: “You think they’re faking their statistics?”Trump: “I won’t get into that because I have a very good relationship with South Korea.”At this point Trump rifled through his pieces of paper and pulled out another chart, saying: “Here’s one right here. You take the United States – we’re last. Meaning we’re first.”It is not clear what the president was referring to.It was just one of many mind-boggling moments. Other highlights included:TestingTrump has long insisted that the only reason the pandemic is so bad in the US is because they’re conducting more tests than any other country.Aside from the patently false assumption that somehow coronavirus cases only exist when you test positive for them, the incredibly high death toll is evidence enough of the terrible situation in the US.Undeterred, Trump once again picked up the theme of testing “too much”.Trump: “There are those who say ‘you can test too much’. You do know that?”Swan: “Who says that?”Trump: “Just read the manuals, read the books.”Swan: “Manuals? What manuals?”Trump: “Read the books.”Swan: “What books?”damn,— Alex Thompson (@AlxThomp) July 31, 2020The coronavirus test itself One section in which the president did speak the truth, albeit it not to his advantage, was when he pointed out there was no test for coronavirus when he took office in 2016.Trump: “When I took over we didn’t even have a test.”Swan: “Why would you have a test? The virus didn’t exist.”Trump: “We didn’t have a test because there was no test.”Let me be the millionth person to add the Jonathan Swan interview is simply unbelievable gear. And now I cant wait for the Sarah Cooper re-work.— Mark Di Stefano (@MarkDiStef) August 4, 2020On global warming and nuclear weaponsTrump: “Nuclear proliferation is a much bigger problem than global warming... in terms of the real world.”On his comprehension abilitiesTrump: “I comprehend extremely well, probably better than anyone you’ve interviewed in a long time.”On Ghislane MaxwellAway from coronavirus, Trump was also asked why he wished Ghislane Maxwell well after she was arrested for alleged child sex trafficking. Not only did he he defend his words, but he also floated the conspiracy theory that Jeffrey Epstein was murdered.“She’s accused of child sex trafficking.” — “Big deal.” Big deal??????— Michael Moran (@TheMichaelMoran) August 4, 2020Swan: “Ghislane Maxwell has been arrested on allegations of child sex trafficking. Why would you wish such a person well?”Trump: “First of all I don’t know that...”Swan: “She has. She’s been arrested for that.”Trump: “Her friend or boyfriend was either killed or committed suicide in jail. She’s now in jail. Yeah I wish her well. I’d wish you well. I’d wish a lot of people well.”To top it all off, Trump also dismissed the legacy of John Lewis, the Democratic congressman who dedicated his life to the civil rights movement.Trump: “He didn’t come to my inauguration. He didn’t come to my State of the Union speeches. And that’s OK. That’s his right. And, again, nobody has done more for Black Americans than I have.”JONATHAN SWAN: “How will John Lewis be remembered in history?”DONALD TRUMP: “I don’t know...He didn’t come to my inauguration.”I mean, wow.— Chris Jackson (@ChrisCJackson) August 4, 2020Related... Trump And His Company Under Investigation Over Reports Of Bank Fraud Donald Trump Just Hinted He Wants To Delay The US Election
While Adobe is best known for Photoshop, it has undergone a significant transformation over the last decade under CEO Shantanu Narayan, shifting its business model and adding new product lines.  As the company continues to evolve, it's now taking on new competitors like Salesforce and Zendesk. To tackle its many challenges, Narayan relies on a key group of leaders within his company.  We've identified the 15 executives that are leading Adobe behind the scenes and helping Narayan navigate its future. Click here to read more BI Prime stories. While Adobe is still best known for its flagship photo editing software Photoshop, it's spent the last decade  transforming itself: expanding its business and adapting to the changing world.  CEO Shantanu Narayan has been spearheading that shift since 2007.  To keep up with the move to the cloud, for example, Adobe transitioned its photo editing and creative software tools from the old one-time purchase format into a new annual or monthly subscription model. It also built out a digital marketing software unit, with the thesis that its many users who were marketing professionals would buy tools that showed them how the content they created with Adobe's others products was performing.   Today, it's business revolves around Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes Photoshop and its other design software, Document Cloud, which includes its PDF and digital signature tools, and Experience Cloud, the digital marketing unit.  While its creative business has high margins, its digital marketing unit faces stiff competition from Salesforce and smaller players like Zendesk, Baird analyst Robert Oliver told Business Insider. Meanwhile, Adobe is also investing in technology like artificial intelligence to bolster all its product lines.  To tackle Adobe's challenges and grow the company, Narayan relies on a group of key leaders within his company. Here are the 15 people who have helped make Adobe into what it is today, and who will lead the charge as it continues to evolve:SEE ALSO: Microsoft just launched new tools for reopening offices safely, and they could help it compete with Salesforce Anil Chakravarthy, executive VP and general manager, digital experience business and worldwide field operations Anil Chakravarthy joined Adobe in January to take on a key role at the company: Leading its digital experience business, which sells cloud-based marketing software. He recently took over worldwide field operations which includes the sales organization and customer success teams.  Before Adobe he was the chief executive at data management company Informatica, which he helped transform into a cloud-first, subscription-based business.  As Adobe tries to build traction for its cloud marketing business, Chakravarthy's experience will be vital.  "Adobe is the clear leader in the exploding Customer Experience Management category, and I cannot think of a more exceptional and experienced candidate than Anil to drive Adobe's Digital Experience business in 2020 and beyond," Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said in a press release at the time of Chakravarthy's hire.  Abhay Parasnis, chief technology officer and executive VP, strategy and growth Abhay Parasnis has been Adobe's chief technology officer for the last five years, leading its technology strategy and overall product engineering and data science agenda across the its entire portfolio of products. That includes leading Adobe's research into areas like artificial intelligence and machine learning. He recently  spearheaded the launch of a new Photoshop Camera app that uses AI to take and edit photos, and hired Marc Levoy, the researcher who led camera development for Google's Pixel phone.  In February, Parasnis also began guiding Adobe's overall corporate strategy, strategic M&A, and global partnerships. John Murphy, executive VP and chief financial officer John Murphy leads Adobe's finance and operations team as its chief financial officer. He first joined the company in 2017 as its chief accounting officer and corporate controller.  Before joining Adobe, Murphy was the chief accounting officer and global controller at Qualcomm, and held finance roles at Direct TV and Experian before that.  Gloria Chen, chief people officer and executive VP, employee experience Gloria Chen leads all of Adobe's human resources, real estate, and security operations around the world, managing more than 22,000 employees at 75 locations. She was promoted to the role in January when her predecessor Donna Morris left the company.  Previously she led growth initiatives like corporate strategy, corporate development, and strategic partnerships. CTO Abhay Parasnis took over those responsibilities in February.  Chen has been at the company for over 20 years and throughout her time has shaped its ecommerce strategy, built its enterprise business, and managed significant acquisitions and integrations. She's also held senior leadership positions in worldwide sales operations, customer service and support, and strategic planning before her current gig.  Ann Lewnes, executive VP and chief marketing officer Ann Lewnes joined the company 13 years ago and now runs Adobe's marketing organization.  She is credited with overseeing Adobe's shift to digital, including adapting its marketing organization.  Prior to Adobe, she spent 20 years at Intel working in the marketing department.  Scott Belsky, chief product officer and executive VP, Creative Cloud Scott Belsky's main focus is developing and evolving Adobe's Creative Cloud suite of products, which are a huge part of its business. He manages product management and engineering for its Creative Cloud products and services, Adobe Spark, and Adobe's user community Behance. He also manages the design team, which stretches across all Adobe's products. This is Belsky's second stint at Adobe: He originally joined when it acquired Behance — the company he cofounded — in 2012. He then spent roughly four years leading Adobe's mobile strategy for Creative Cloud until 2016 when he left for venture firm Benchmark. He returned in late 2017.  Alisa Bergman, VP, chief privacy officer Alisa Bergman is responsible for making sure Adobe's products use customer data ethically and responsibly. She leads the trust and safety team and her role covers data security and privacy efforts, as well as regulatory and public policy matters. That means she's responsible for adapting Adobe's polices to align with Europes GDPR regulations and California's recently-enacted consumer privacy laws.  Bergman has been at Adobe for four years, joining after six years as chief privacy officer for Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.  Cynthia Stoddard, chief information officer As chief information officer, Cynthia Stoddard runs Adobe's global information technology and reliability engineering teams. She creates the strategy for delivering services and tools that keep the company running.  She joined Adobe four years ago, after serving as the chief information officer at NetApp for five years. Amit Ahuja, VP, ecosystem development Amit Ahuja is responsible for building and managing strategic partnerships for Adobe. That includes partnerships with other large tech giants like Microsoft and IBM. He was instrumental in helping build Adobe's enterprise business around its marketing cloud products, including overseeing its $1.8 billion acquisition of  web analytics company Omniture and, more recently, Auditude. Ahuja first joined Adobe in 2005 via its acquisition of Macromedia, where he was in the corporate development group focusing on mobile and video. He then joined the corporate development group at Adobe.  Bryan Lamkin, executive VP and general manager, digital media Bryan Lamkin leads two of Adobe's key product lines: Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Adobe's Creative Cloud is the most well known of its product lines and has become the "gold standard" for design within companies around the world, said Baird Oliver.  Document Cloud also has a huge reach, as it includes Adobe's Acrobat Reader and related tools.  Lamkin, too, is an Adobe boomerang: He first joined in 1992 and spent more than a decade at the company, including leading Photoshop, before leaving in 2006. After a stints at startups as an investor and an executive, he rejoined Adobe in 2013. Ashley Still, senior VP, digital media Ashley Still is responsible for the day-to-day operations of both Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Document Cloud products are seeing rapid growth under her leadership, especially as digital documents are becoming more necessary in the remote work era.  She's also helped get Adobe's digital signature tool in front of sectors like education and government, with usage increasing 175% since the beginning of the year.  She previously lead the Creative Cloud for enterprise business and was instrumental in transitioning Adobe from a packaged software company to a cloud-based subscription operating model. She first joined Adobe in 2004 as an intern.  Jamie Myrold, VP, design Jamie Myrold has been leading design at Adobe for over 14 years. She's responsible for the user design of Adobe's creative tools as it made its transformation to a cloud-based software provider.  She writes on her LinkedIn that she wants to "inspire the next wave of design leaders" by "encouraging her teams to push boundaries and develop skills that impact all aspects of business strategy and product creation." In addition to her main role, she has advocated for diversity and inclusion initiatives at Adobe.  Mala Sharma, VP & general manager, Creative Cloud product marketing and community Mala Sharma runs product marketing and community for Adobe's Creative Cloud product line. She has been at Adobe for 15 years and has steadily risen up the ranks of the company's product marketing unit.  Previously she worked in marketing and business units for the tech and consumer packaged goods industry at Creative Labs and Unilever. Dana Rao, executive VP, general counsel, and corporate secretary Dana Rao leads Adobe's legal and government relations team as its general counsel. He's been at the company for over eight years, and originally joined as its VP of intellectual property and litigation, and was responsible for Adobe's patent, trademark and copyright portfolio strategies.  Previously, Rao worked at Microsoft for 11 years in both intellectual property and patent acquisition roles.   Anjul Bhambhri, VP, platform engineering Anjul Bhambhri leads platform engineering at Adobe and is responsible for the strategy of Adobe's Experience platform, development and technology partnerships with Microsoft Azure, and Customer Journey Management.  Before Adobe, she worked at IBM for 14 years, most recently as vice president of engineering for its big data and analytics platform. Do you work at Adobe or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected] or Signal at 925-364-4258. (PR pitches by email only, please.) You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop.
Summary - A new market study, titled “Global Freight Transportation Management Market - Growth Drivers, Opportunities and Forecast Analysis to 2026” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Global Small Hydro Power Market: Drivers and RestrainsThis report focuses on the global Freight Transportation Management status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.The study objectives are to present the Freight Transportation Management development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.The key players covered in this study3GTMS(US)Accellos(US)Advanced Distribution Solutions Inc(US)Amber Road(India)ALK Technologies(US)Aptean(US)Arcline (2000) Inc.(Canada)BESTWAY Technologies(India)Cams Software(Canada)CargoSmart Limited(Hong Kong) ALSO READ: Market segment by Type, the product can be split intoBusiness ServicesManaged ServicesSystem IntegratorsothersMarket segment by Application, split intoRoadwaysRailwaysSeawaysAirways Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report coversNorth AmericaEuropeChinaJapanSoutheast AsiaIndiaCentral & South America The study objectives of this report are:To analyze global Freight Transportation Management status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.To present the Freight Transportation Management development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.To define, describe and forecast the market by type, market and key regions.In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Freight Transportation Management are as follows:History Year: 2015-2019Base Year: 2019Estimated Year: 2020Forecast Year 2020 to 2026For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2019 is considered as the base year.Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.FOR MORE DETAILS: About Us:Wise Guy Reports is part of the Wise Guy Research Consultants Pvt.
Fintech investors see big opportunities in helping consumers and businesses manage bill pay. When Business Insider surveyed fintech investors on up-and-coming startups, more than 13% of the 60 fintechs highlighted were focused on managing bills.  Whether it's managing vendor spend or cancelling subscriptions, startups are eager to help customers handle their bills.   Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Plenty of attention has been given to fintechs solving issues around investing, banking or data management, but paying bills remains a headache consumers and business continue to need help with.  Investors, it appears, have taken notice. Startups looking to disrupt how bills are paid and expenses are managed are viewed with high regard.  When Business Insider surveyed 27 investors about the next up-and-coming fintechs, companies selected touched on seemingly every part of financial services. However, one area that got a considerable amount of picks was anything addressing issues around paying and managing bills, either for consumers or businesses.  Read more: Investors say these 38 fintechs are the next generation of breakout B2B stars, following in the footsteps of Stripe and Plaid In fact, of the 60 startups highlighted, more than 13% were focused on the billing process.  Why the target on paying bills? Simply put, it's something that hasn't gotten much attention, according to one investor.  "Bank-based online bill pay hasn't changed much in a decade, which has enabled billers to persuade more and more consumers to store their payment credentials directly on biller sites," Dan Rosen, general partners at Commerce Ventures, told Business Insider while recommending BillGO, which improves how bill payments are processed. "This makes it harder for consumers to track all of their bills and expenses in one place, and thus keep on top of their finances." Investors see big opportunities working with companies on bill pay While most might think of average people as the ones keen for help managing bills, it's actually companies where investors see the most potential.  Over 15% of the B2B fintechs recommended help businesses manage bills.  Some are straightforward in what they do. Digits, for example, assists small businesses with expense management.  "Digits is solving an important problem for companies: real-time cash management. The founders Jeff and Wayne are excellent product thinkers, and their technology is lightening the load on finance teams," said Shaun Maguire, partner at Sequoia Capital, when recommending the company.  See more: 22 fintechs that VCs and big investors say are on the brink of becoming household names Others, however, tackle new industries entirely. Nashville-based Built is focused on the construction space, helping companies better track the flow of money between parties instead of relying on spreadsheets.  "Built is creating a new category of software to bring this market into the 21st Century," said Mark Goldberg, a partner at Index Ventures, when highlighting the startup.  Others focused on things like managing vendor spend (Glean), automating sending payments and reconciliation (Modern Treasury), or speeding up accounting for small businesses in general (Roger).   "The impact of COVID-19 on the workplace has only accelerated the need for firms to digitize the accounts payable process," said Ryan Falvey, managing partner at Financial Venture Studio, while suggesting Roger.  There is still a need to help consumers with bills To be sure, there are also opportunities in helping traditional consumers manage bills as well.  Some are actually able to split the gap, helping both people and businesses better handle bills more efficiently. Papaya allows customers to pay any bill via their mobile phones, making the bill-paying process easier for customers while speeding up how quickly businesses get paid.  "It's a pretty magical customer experience, and they have quietly built one of the most exciting new consumer fintech products in awhile and have a clever business model to boot," said Charles Birnbaum, partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, when recommending the startup.  Others, though, are more customer-centric. DoNotPay is true to its name, helping customers do everything from cancel subscriptions to dispute parking tickets.  Steve Sarracino, a founder and partner at Activant Capital who suggested DoNotPay, said directly saving customers money is an extremely valuable characteristic of any startup that targets consumers.  "Consumer fintech companies live and die on product and [customer acquisition cost], and by saving their customers money and a lot of time and hassle they have the ability to build trust with the consumer (something Honey's $4 billion acquisition by PayPal last year highlighted)," he said when recommending DoNotPay.  Read more: Here's how 44 insiders at powerful banks, buzzy startups, and big investors are thinking about financial innovation — and why the term 'fintech' may be on its last legs 60 fintechs set to take off in 2020, according to top VCs and investors surged 60% in its first day of trading. We talked to its CEO and a big backer about the fintech unicorn's IPO and why it's good to be boring post-WeWork. SEE ALSO: 4 top VCs explain why Stripe, Square, and Finix are going to be big winners in a post-COVID-19 world SEE ALSO: Investors at Point72 and Goldman Sachs believe industry giants like FIS and Fiserv will be the next to be disrupted by fintech. Here's where they are most susceptible. SEE ALSO: Investors say these 38 fintechs are the next generation of breakout B2B stars, following in the footsteps of Stripe and Plaid Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What makes 'Parasite' so shocking is the twist that happens in a 10-minute sequence
The Business Research Company published its Air Purifiers Global Market Report 2020 which provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global Air Purifiers market.The report provides in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the market, along with revised market numbers due to the effects of the coronavirus.The report covers the air purifiers market’s segments- by technology: HEPA filter, activated carbon, others, by type: dust collectors, fume & smoke collectors, others, by end-user: residential, commercial.View Complete Report: Air Purifiers Global Market Report 2020 is the most comprehensive report available on this market and will help gain a truly global perspective as it covers 60 geographies.The chapter on the impact of COVID-19 gives valuable insights on supply chain disruptions, logistical challenges, and other economic implications of the virus on the market.The growth is mainly due to the COVID-19 outbreak that has led to increase in the demand of HEPA filters by consumers for personal use.Smart air purifiers allow the air quality to be monitored and managed from a smartphone, which provides a live reading of quality data.Few Points From Table Of Content1.
Trucking software assists in managing the supply chain management in trucking logistics industry.Parking problems can be minimized and can be managed efficiently with the operation of TMS and with the interconnection of them with other management systems.This system is also used in parking applications such as collecting information regarding vehicles, demand management, navigation, safety and security of the vehicles and this set to fuel the demand of TMS.Geography - Segment AnalysisEurope dominated the Transportation Management System market in 2019 with a share of 38.4%, followed by North America and APAC.It also helps customers in leveraging optimization and the utilization of all available modes such as pool distribution, multi-stop truck load TL, and less than truck load (LTL), and to find the most cost-effective way to deliver freight.High skilled workforce is required and lack of proper training facilities restrain the market growth.However benefits associated with TMS such as reduction of freight expenses, real time track deliveries increasing efficiency and productivity set to create opportunities for the TMS market.Acquisitions/Technology LaunchesIn March 2019, Trimble Transportation Enterprise Solutions, Inc had launched a new TMT Service Connect module in order to provide its software to more than 4,500 medium and heavy duty service locations which also includes many Original OEM dealers throughout North America.