Technology News for August 03 2017

Billy Meier UFO Technology From Outer Space [FULL VIDEO]

Billy Meier delivered an enormous amount of evidence in all categories there is, ranging from photos of crafts, super 8 mm film, photos of extraterrestrials, metal …

University Technology Office

Scheduled PeopleSoft System Outage 6/10/17-6/11/17 PeopleSoft is the enterprise system that is used by students, faculty, and staff to support various university functions related to the student experience and human resources. The University Technology Office has engineered this update to ensure minimal disruption to ASU business. The outage period will be Chris Kurtz to be a keynote speaker at SplunkLive in Scottsdale! UTO’s own Chris Kurtz, System Architect of University Analytics and Data Services, will be a keynote speaker at SplunkLive! Scottsdale this Thursday, May 25, 2017. Splunk is a software that allows users to monitor big data metrics and trends Join us for a fun demo of CISCO’s new SparkBoard and the Spark Collaborative Platform! On May 23-24, in partnership with UTO, CISCO and IVCI are bringing the innovative CISCO SparkBoard to ASU’s Tempe campus! Join us for one of three demo sessions of the SparkBoard and related technologies. Each session will consist of the following agenda: Introduction of IVCI, Cisco & ASU Team Spark demonstration in an educational environment Dr. Lance Ford Local Demonstration of Spark, Colin.
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Technology Ventures Corporation

Working to commercialize technologies and create jobs, Technology Ventures Corporation helps entrepreneurs build high-quality business cases and find the right investors.
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Holographic Versatile Disc

Plans were formulated for various improvements – including the excavation of new traffic lanes allowing more and larger ships to transit; two new locks, one each on the Atlantic and Pacific sides; the widening and deepening of existing channels; and the raising of Gatun Lake’s maximum operating level. The Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical radio Telescope is a major new astronomical observatory built in Guizhou province, southwest China. FAST is the latest in a whole series of massive new telescopes being built around the world in the early 21st century, heralding a new era of astronomy. As the use of robots and tele-operated machinery continues to increase, mining has begun to expand into new environments and locations that were previously off-limits to humans. In late 2016, a new range of smaller, plastic banknotes enters circulation.
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Office of Disability Employment Policy

The Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology works to foster collaboration and action on accessible technology in the workplace and all aspects of employment. Guided by a consortium of policy and technology leaders, PEAT works to help employers, IT companies and developers, and others understand why and how to build, buy, and implement accessible technology. Technology Bill of Rights – The National Council on Disability, an independent federal agency, has called on Congress to establish a Technology Bill of Rights for Americans with Disabilities in its annual report to Congress and the President. NCD’s 2016 annual report, National Disability Policy: A Progress Report, identifies access to information and communications innovations as a civil rights issue due to the power technology has to transform civic engagement and economic opportunity in the United States. The report includes a section detailing the importance of accessible technology to finding and maintaining employment, and speaks to the relationship of technology to health care, education, and living independently in communities: In todays world, technological equality for persons with disabilities is a social justice issue.
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