Biz latin Hub Will Officially Be Working With Holland House in Mexico City as Part of Their Mexico Market Penetration
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SALT LAKE CITY — The owners of an Ace Hardware store offered condolences for the man who died after being tackled and detained by employees.
“We are saddened by the event that occurred outside our store” last Thursday, a written statement said, but added that they believe the employees “acted lawfully.”
The statement said that Mischa Ryan Cox threatened employees and bystanders with a stolen pry bar after shoplifting from the store near 400 South and 600 East. Two employees and two bystanders tackled him, then detained him until officers arrived, police said.
Officers saw that Cox had “medical issues from being detained,” Salt Lake City Police Det. Michael Ruff said. He was taken to a hospital in critical condition and later died.
“It was an unfortunate situation for all involved, and we are deeply saddened by the outcome. We offer
our condolences and deepest sympathy to the individual’s family and friends,” the statement reads.
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Market analyses find dramatic increase of augmented reality and IoT adoption among industrial companies
PTC, a Boston-based computer software and service company, has released its “2019 State of Industrial Innovation” report series, which reveals that nearly 70% of industrial organizations are accelerating their deployment of AR while industrial IoT (IIoT) is positioned for a “breakout year.”
The Lowdown: The two reports in the series reveal PTC’s findings in the augmented reality and IIoT markets. Companies in the industrial vertical are adopting AR primarily to enhance instruction and training for front-line workers, thus addressing the growing shortage of skilled labor. At the same time, industrial companies are looking to leverage IoT to reduce costs, improve their operational effectiveness, and decrease risk.
Key findings from the State of Industrial Augmented Reality:
• Among PTC respondents, industrial enterprises are the biggest adopters of augmented reality.
• 55% of use cases aim to improve worker productivity.
• Successful AR pilots are moving to the production phase within 12 months at a 20% higher rate year over year.
Key findings from the State of the Industrial Internet of Things:
• IoT is becoming commonplace at heavy-industry organizations, which represented more than 70% of survey responses.
• Comprehensive, pre-built IIoT solutions are driving both established use cases such as operational intelligence (31% of total use cases) and emerging use cases such as predictive maintenance (12% of total use cases) across manufacturing, operations, and service functions.
• Data processing at the device, or the “edge,” was present in 68% of use cases and is a critical capability for solution providers; increasingly, the same capabilities are required at the IoT gateway (37%) and cloud (34%).
Background: The reports include data from a cross section of PTC’s 30,000-plus global customers and 1,000 technology and service partners.
The Buzz: “Organizations in industrial settings realize the urgency in improving productivity and streamlining operations to remain competitive and relevant,” said Jim Heppelmann, president and CEO of PTC. “The insights offered in these reports validate that the adoption of industrial AR and IIoT is an important step toward achieving these goals.”
Quintillion bytes of data were generated today, and there’s no sign of that slowing down any time soon. Whether we’re uploading files to a server or posting a tweet, we all contribute to the incredible amount of information available on the Web.
But the growth of the Internet brings with it both positivity and negativity. Readily available knowledge makes it very easy for people to learn online. On the other hand, such vastness can make it difficult to link virtual entities to their physical counterparts and fuel the rise of computer-oriented crime.
One interesting and somewhat unexpected way for both businesses and officials to counteract cyber-attacks and have a better understanding of who they are dealing with online is digging deep into IP netblocks details. In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at this approach.
What Are IP Netblocks?
An IP is an address expressed in numbers which identifies individuals or organizations connected to the Internet. These IP addresses are assigned to ‘blocks’ of different sizes that represent the networks they belong to. Thus, when we say IP netblocks, it basically means the IP ranges which certain IP addresses are part of.
IP netblocks data can be obtained from databases that keep track of registered IP ranges together with detailed information on each of them — e.g., subnetwork names, last updates, admin and tech contacts, country codes, instances of abuse, etc.
Applications of Netblocks Data
With access to IP netblocks data points, it is possible to look into specific entities and discover unique information that would otherwise be unavailable. Here are some of the notable use cases:
If a malicious IP address is known, users can look into the IP netblocks details, check its IP range, and detect other IPs that are connected to it. It also allows investigators to know which ISP an address belongs to and reach out to them instead if not possible to identify the entity that owns the IP.
Looking into traffic
Gathering IPs from the log of your Web server and adding the IP netblocks details will give you a set of information from which you can deduce the dynamics and structure of your website’s traffic. Important marketing implications include understanding from which networks you are most frequently being visited so you can adjust working practices accordingly.
High-potential businesses are always on the lookout for opportunities to grow. Extending their existing network is a necessary step of the process, and this can be done by obtaining additional IPs. Access to netblocks’ data lets users identify neighboring addresses, locate those they would like to purchase, and, where relevant, learn about the previous owners and their activities.
Who owns the web exactly? What are the online trends in a specific industry or region? Netblocks information brings some answers to these questions and lets you conduct research based on the structure and dynamics of given IP ranges — i.e., ownership details, number of addresses allocated to different ISPs and companies, etc.
Monitoring competitive stakeholders
Competition is a word that goes hand in hand with business, so it’s only reasonable to keep an eye out on competitors. Users can integrate insights from IP netblocks data directly into their existing systems and anticipate competitive moves. For instance, by learning how many netblocks a company has purchased, where they are established, and who their ISPs are, it’s possible to estimate the scale of operations.
There are many practical applications for IP netblocks data and figuring who owns the web. Whether it is for research, expansion, competition monitoring, or cybersecurity, individuals and organizations need to understand who owns the bits of the web.
Jonathan Zhang is the founder and CEO of JsonWhois — a domain API service provider that enable cybersecurity
specialists and other professionals to stay on top of whois data, monitor the historical appearance of websites, and gather social data.