Kitsap Hospice slated to open care center – Port Orchard Independent #hospice

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Kitsap Hospice slated to open care center

Hospice of Kitsap County formally opened its Bremerton Care Center this week and plans to begin receiving patients within the next four to six weeks.

“This is another way for people to receive hospice care in the county,” said Deputy Executive Director Valerie Youngren. “Sometimes staying at home is not an option, because the symptoms are too complicated or there is no caregiver available. And there is nothing that can be done for them in the hospital.”

Hospice care is designed to make people with a terminal illness more comfortable at the end of their lives. The average stay in hospice care is seven days.

The new center, formerly the assisted-living portion of the Belmont Care Center, has 15 private rooms. It will be staffed around the clock by four to eight people at a time, plus volunteers.

Unlike long-term care facilities that are designed for years of care with an overall goal to rehabilitate patients and hospitals geared toward providing acute care for optimal wellness, hospice care is solely focused on end-of-life care.

The center is intended to create a a warm, home-like environment, where patients will be able to live their last days fully and say good-bye to their loved ones with peace and dignity.

At the same time, expert medical resources will ensure the highest possible level of care.

Youngren said there is no local facility solely dedicated to end-of-life care, and this center will “give them a place at the end of their lives that will be as comfortable and as dignified as possible.”

For more information go on line to www.hospiceofkitsapcounty.org/ or call (360) 698-4611.

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Top 5 On-Premise Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software Systems

Epicor at a glance

Infor at a glance

Microsoft at a glance

Oracle at a glance

SAP at a glance

  • Long history of reputable products
  • Over 20,000 customers, 140 countries, 30 languages
  • In major growth mode
  • Reasonable VAR channel
  • Several strong industry solutions
  • ERP consultant strength
  • MS/SQL/SOA technology
  • Low to moderately priced
  • 3rd largest global ERP maker
  • Over 70,000 customers
  • Several different ERP systems
  • Vertically focused ERP solutions
  • Lean manufacturing capabilities
  • Complex and discrete manufacturing
  • Process manufacturing
  • Strong distribution and SCM
  • Low to moderately priced
  • Over 83,000 ERP customers
  • Strong SMB/mid-market solution
  • Very strong partner channel
  • Only sold through VAR channel
  • Multiple ERP products
  • ERP road map questionable
  • Solutions often vary by global region
  • MS/.Net/SQL technology
  • Low to moderately priced
  • Over 37,000 application customers
  • Claim #1 CRM market share leader
  • #2 ERP market share leader
  • 30 year proven credibility
  • New SOA architecture
  • Deep software functionality
  • Outrageous flexibility
  • Technology is the Oracle stack
  • Priced at the high end
  • More than 35,000 customers, 120 countries
  • Claim #1 CRM market share leader
  • Built the client/server ERP market
  • Definite #1 ERP market share leader
  • Very impressive distribution/SCM
  • Several industry solutions
  • Netweaver, SQL and a chasm of technologies
  • Priced at the high end

Enterprise Resource Planning Software Leaders by Market Segment

For an additional market segmentation perceptive, the below summary points illustrate how the Top 5 ERP systems best line up with the small business, middle and enterprise customer market segments.

Epicor offers strong ERP software functionality along with several impressive Industry solutions for Professional Services Automation (PSA), financial services, hospitality management, retail, distribution, manufacturing, pharma and not for profit. In a late 2007 analyst release report, Epicor was recognized by Aberdeen as achieving the lowest TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and total per user cost of software, services and maintenance for mid-size companies. In fact, the Epicor ERP solution came in at less than 50% of competing ERP products. We find the company’s channel strategy questionable which may necessitate more review for international buyers.

Infor is the mega company that surprising few ERP software buyers are aware of. Largely based on an aggressive acquisition and roll-up strategy, Infor is the third largest ERP manufacturer – behind only SAP and Oracle. Infor is a vertically oriented software publisher with several different ERP software systems and particularly strong distribution, supply chain management (SCM), lean manufacturing, complex manufacturing and process manufacturing solutions.

SAP is the largest and most recognized Fortune 1000, Global 5000 and enterprise market share leader. The company has achieved its success due to its extremely deep accounting and distribution software suites along with tightly integrated financials, manufacturing, human resource, payroll and customer relationship management software systems. While the company claims that its retains significant middle market share, its definition of ‘middle market’ is more in lines with other definition of the enterprise market.

Oracle is the world’s second largest business applications maker – and is clearly out to take the lead role from SAP. Bolstered by its acquisitions of PeopleSoft (with JD Edwards) and Siebel Systems, Oracle has collected an impressive customer list and portfolio of intellectual property. Now the real work to keep those customers and integrate those products (project Fusion) is underway with results expected very soon. Expect several more acquisition and integration project announcements from Oracle over the coming months.

The ERP Evolution Continues

The ERP systems evolution is taking an unusual turn. For those that may remember, ERP applications were originally introduced as mainframe and host-based monolithic applications in the 1970’s and 1980’s. McCormack and Dodge and MSA (Management Sciences America) were fierce competitors and between them owned the lions share of the ERP software market. The two rivals ultimately merged to become Dun Bradstreet Software. Following the merger of the number one and number two market share leaders, Dun Bradstreet Software believed itself to be an unstoppable ERP application titan, however, was soon thereafter completely replaced by the introduction of client/server applications and later sold to Geac for a marginal fee valued largely on existing customer software maintenance contracts.

Starting in November 1992, the client/server ERP applications began appearing from no-name or lesser name software manufacturers such as Platinum Software, PeopleSoft, Oracle Financials, Baan and SAP. These distributed software and GUI interfaced applications grew at the expense of the mainframe ERP systems. Midrange systems such as the AS/400 continued to survive, however, their growth days were clearly over. The most notable of the client/server ERP players – SAP and Oracle Financials – stand alone as today’s ERP application market share leaders. However, now they too are threatened by new technology paradigms from software as a service (SaaS) competitors and open source software.

At the turn of the century, SaaS ERP systems were introduced as a new pricing and systems management alternative to client/server systems. While originally weak in software depth and scalability, leading ERP systems such as Aplicor, Intacct and NetSuite have evolved to deliver functionally equivalent ERP applications, however, with the advertised advantages of the SaaS delivery model (e.g. subscription pricing, hosted delivery, fewer internal IT resources, etc.). These leading SaaS ERP applications are clearly replacing the middle market client/server ERP systems (most notably the Microsoft ERP products of Great Plains, Solomon, Navision and Axapta) in many situations, however, are not yet mature enough to take on the industry giants Oracle or SAP.

Open Source ERP has yet to prove itself as a replacement to commercial ERP applications. While open source ERP applications are clearly growing, they are more often than not used to create first time business systems for young companies or replace antiquated custom built ERP applications with new custom built ERP applications this time built on open source technology.

While Microsoft, Oracle and SAP would be wise to reference the then seemingly unstoppable power of their Dun Bradstreet Software predecessor, they appear to instead exhibit a similar behavior to Dun Bradstreet. All three have scoffed at the SaaS delivery model and mocked the open source initiative. While they are now finally showing some interest, that interests appears to belittle more than dipping their toe in the water and their strategies appear to be more of a defensive tactic designed to slow down the market share loss of their customer base to these new ERP models. We suspect there will be a turning point where protection of their self interests will prove futile and these industry heavyweights will embrace at least the SaaS model and possibly show some substantive interests in the open source model.

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Video Management Software

The heart of your solution

Sitting at the heart of a security solution, Wavestore’s open platform Video Management Software (VMS) offers so much more than just industry leading video and recording management. As well as bringing together audio, data and video, including images from the very latest ultra-high definition and 360° fish eye cameras, Wavestore provides a platform that makes integration between disparate third-party technologies simple.

One screen, total control

Simultaneously view, control and manage live video, recorded footage and integrated devices, all from one screen to create a fully scalable and powerful total security solution.

Simple to choose

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Any video, any format

Future-proof

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Rapid retrieval, effective decisions

360° De-Warping

Efficient management, unlimited data

Unparalleled Throughput

Compared to Windows architecture, Wavestore (running on a Linux platform) reaches twice the throughput of data. This means that the Wavestore VMS can either record double the number of streams of video, increase the quality of individual streams, or playback more streams at once. This makes the VMS more useful and improves the longevity of the system at installation.

Fast Restart

Our operating system is designed to restart within a minute. Because Wavestore’s VMS is built on Linux, no other process interrupts this, ensuring that even in emergency situations, your solution will be recording again in seconds.

Return on Investment

Wavestore’s future-proof architecture saves costs year on year, providing a rapid ROI. Power efficiency, a proprietary file system and long product life cycles deliver an elite hardware foundation. Our powerful software is built to enhance usability, enabling users to promptly detect emerging incidents and capitalise on the fastest search and export facilities around.

With integrated intelligence

Customer Tracking Product Interaction

Object Classification

Facial Recognition

Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)

People Counting

Electronic Point of Sale (EPoS)

Crowd Analysis

Object Detection

Queue Management

Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems (PIDS)

What is pen test (penetration testing)? Definition from #open #source #penetration #testing


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pen test (penetration testing)

Penetration testing (also called pen testing) is the practice of testing a computer system, network or Web application to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.

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Pen tests can be automated with software applications or they can be performed manually. Either way, the process includes gathering information about the target before the test (reconnaissance), identifying possible entry points, attempting to break in (either virtually or for real) and reporting back the findings.

The main objective of penetration testing is to determine security weaknesses. A pen test can also be used to test an organization’s security policy compliance, its employees’ security awareness and the organization’s ability to identify and respond to security incidents.

Penetration tests are sometimes called white hat attacks because in a pen test, the good guys are attempting to break in.

Pen test strategies include:

Targeted testing
Targeted testing is performed by the organization’s IT team and the penetration testing team working together. It’s sometimes referred to as a lights-turned-on approach because everyone can see the test being carried out.

External testing
This type of pen test targets a company’s externally visible servers or devices including domain name servers (DNS), e-mail servers, Web servers or firewalls. The objective is to find out if an outside attacker can get in and how far they can get in once they’ve gained access.

Internal testing
This test mimics an inside attack behind the firewall by an authorized user with standard access privileges. This kind of test is useful for estimating how much damage a disgruntled employee could cause.

Blind testing
A blind test strategy simulates the actions and procedures of a real attacker by severely limiting the information given to the person or team that’s performing the test beforehand. Typically, they may only be given the name of the company. Because this type of test can require a considerable amount of time for reconnaissance, it can be expensive.

Double blind testing
Double blind testing takes the blind test and carries it a step further. In this type of pen test, only one or two people within the organization might be aware a test is being conducted. Double-blind tests can be useful for testing an organization’s security monitoring and incident identification as well as its response procedures.

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What is Open Source? Webopedia Definition #open #source, #source #code, #osi, #osi


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(1) Generically, open source refers to a program in which the source code is available to the general public for use and/or modification from its original design free of charge, i.e. open. Open source code is typically created as a collaborative effort in which programmers improve upon the code and share the changes within the community. Open source sprouted in the technological community as a response to proprietary software owned by corporations.

(2) A certification standard issued by the Open Source Initiative (OSI) that indicates that the source code of a computer program is made available free of charge to the general public. The rationale for this movement is that a larger group of programmers not concerned with proprietary ownership or financial gain will produce a more useful and bug -free product for everyone to use. The concept relies on peer review to find and eliminate bugs in the program code, a process which commercially developed and packaged programs do not utilize. Programmers on the Internet read, redistribute and modify the source code, forcing an expedient evolution of the product. The process of eliminating bugs and improving the software happens at a much quicker rate than through the traditional development channels of commercial software as the information is shared throughout the open source community and does not originate and channel through a corporation’s research and development cogs.

OSI dictates that in order to be considered “OSI Certified” a product must meet the following criteria:

  • The author or holder of the license of the source code cannot collect royalties on the distribution of the program
  • The distributed program must make the source code accessible to the user
  • The author must allow modifications and derivations of the work under the program’s original name
  • No person, group or field of endeavor can be denied access to the program
  • The rights attached to the program must not depend on the program’s being part of a particular software distribution
  • The licensed software cannot place restrictions on other software that is distributed with it.

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Cheyenne Web Server #server #cfg, #cheyenne #web #server #rebol #free #open #source


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14-Sep-2013 – Cheyenne sources moved to git/Github [0032 ]

The Cheyenne codebase has been moved from svn/Googlecode to git/Github. The change was made to simplify contributions to Cheyenne, and to regroup my open source projects at the same place (like Red and CureCode ).

In the process of changing the backend building scripts to support git, we also extended the supported platforms for automated builds, we now supports Windows and Mac OSX. in addition to Linux. The new builds are generated twice a day, if new commits are found in the master branch.

Thanks very much to Tamas Herman for helping with the scripts coding and providing the Mac OSX machine, and thanks to the HackJam hackerspace group from Hong-Kong for the hosting!

Please find the latest Cheyenne builds on the updated Download page.

12-Aug-2013 – CORS support added [0031 ]

Thanks to the kind sponsoring of Alan Macleod, Cheyenne now has a module for handling Cross Origin Resource Sharing protocol, basically allowing Javascript to make requests to another domain than the one the script originated from.

In order to use the new mod-cors module, you need to:

  1. Uncomment the cors module line in global section of the httpd.cfg config file.
  2. Add at least one allow-cors directive in a virtual host settings block.

28-Nov-2011 – Websocket support upgraded to hybi-10 [0030 ]

The websocket communication protocol is quite a moving target, it changes several times a year, sometimes breaking compatibility with previous revisions. Cheyenne is now up-to-date and supports the last RFC revision (named “hybi-10”), starting from Cheyenne revision 155.

All protocol features have been implemented but some are not tested yet, as they require a custom-made client (the Javascript websocket API does not support those features yet AFAICT):

  • Ping/pong frames
  • Fragmented frames

The server-side user API has been left untouched, a ping command might be added later though. The websocket chat demo has been upgraded too and now supports Chrome 14+, FF8+ and IE10.

27-Nov-2011 – Cheyenne at PHP Tour 2011 [0029 ]

I have been invited a couple of days ago at PHP Tour 2011 event in Lille (France) to make a presentation of Cheyenne to the PHP community and demonstrate Cheyenne ability to interface with a PHP FastCGI server and serve PHP generated content. I had a great time with developers from PHP community and enjoyed great presentations from Zend engineers about their famous framework and cryptography support in PHP.

Here are my presentation slides (in french):

If you are experiencing issues seeing the slides in flash format, here’s a PDF version .

If you are wondering what slide 4 is about, it is just a warning for people confusing this Cheyenne server with the one embedded in the ADSL box of one of french ISP (which is just an Apache instance renamed, and that name used to appear when an internal error occured in the box).

8-Jun-2011 – Cheyenne at Chti’RUG2011 [0028 ]

I was at Chti’RUG2011 french event at Lille a week ago and did a presentation of Cheyenne. This is the same presentation I did at ReBorCon2011, just translated in french (available in PDF format ).

There is a french blog article by Olivier Auverlot talking about this meeting.


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Unity is going away and GNOME is coming back

Canonical decided to drop Unity in favor of GNOME, which is probably not the best decision. I think that it s probably a mistake, but it was also an unavoidable move for the company.People have to keep in mind that Ubuntu for desktop was never profitable, and it s easy to see why. There are very few ways to monetize a free operating system. The only way to get some money out of it is to provide specialized support for companies, but that s also not a really profitable avenue.It s very likely that Canonical is making some money from its other products, especially the ones built for the.

The new Apple is a company that changes its mind and is not afraid to take a U-turn or even jump off a cliff

So, you think you know Apple? You think you can predict what their next move is and how the design is going to change?Think again. The new Apple is taking big steps towards. something else. Even for old Apple die-hards is hard to predict where the company is going. Yes, Apple has always been the company that brought something new, invented a new gadget or switched to a new connector just when you thought you got a new accessory, but this time. things are a bit different.There are two ways in which Apple has changed and became totally unpredictable. The hardware kinda lacks behind and we still.

And then, your heart stops beating for a few seconds

You watch TV all snuggled up under the super-soft blanket with your phone just next to you on the couch. It s a commercial break, and you snatch at the glass of wine on the coffee table when, suddenly, you hear a noise. It sounds like something just hit the ground. You don t look around, but in that half of second, you know it can t be good.It can be just two things. It s either the remote or the phone. You start praying it s the remote. It s not. It s the phone, and it s laying on the ground face down after what seemed to be like a pretty strong hit. Yo.

Here s a case for iPhone 7s, not iPhone 8

The first quarter of fiscal 2017 is the best ever for iPhone. Apple sold 78.3 million iPhones in the past few months. The revenue from the iPhone business alone topped $54.4 billion. The best model was, rather unexpectedly, the iPhone 7 Plus. But is that enough to make Apple a winner in the long run?Two very low quartersThe market will stagnate for Apple in the next couple of quarters. The first reason is obvious: no Black Friday, no Christmas or any other important holidays will help the iPhone business. Also, keep in mind that every iOS user will quit spending money on an 8-month-old device and wait.

Will Apple dedicate more time and money to the cloud? How about Siri and the Desktop computer line-up?

2016 was all about the MacBook. The computer that is going to change the future of ports and connectors was born. We have also got a phone with a missing headphone jack. For some users, this is a big downer. Others are happy with their AirPods. Next year seems to be a good one for the desktop computer. Will the Mac mini survive? Is the Mac Pro still up for a refresh?Siri on macOSSiri jumped from the iPhone to the Mac in 2016. It was a long-awaited move that failed to amaze users. Sure enough, the implementation is simple and elegant, just as Apple would do it, but the functionality lacks. Siri ca.

Adobe finally brings Linux client in sync with the Windows version, four years after it decided to give up on it

The top companies in the tech world are getting tired of Adobe s Flash Player, and after many years of struggling to deal with its security vulnerabilities, key players like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Mozilla are finally pushing for the transition to HTML5 in a more aggressive way.Flash Player will be disabled by default in browsers developed by these companies, as HTML5 will be preferred on websites that support it, and users will be given full control over Flash content on websites where it s absolutely mandatory.And while the trend here is to step away from Flash, Adobe is trying exa.

The higher they rise, the harder they fall

LeEco is one of world s largest tech companies, or we should say was considering the circumstances. LeEco s businesses cover a wide range of high-tech sectors including smartphones, TVs, media content, electric bicycles and cars, as well as movies.Founded 12 years ago by Jia Yueting, LeEco is a holding company that owns many businesses all over the world. However, the Chinese giant started its climb in the Mainland, as the first streaming company in China to go public.LeEco is also known as China s Netflix since it s the largest company in the country that provides media co.


ProjeQtOr free project management software #project #management, #software, #free, #open #source, #collaborative,


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Organisez vos projets

ProjeQtOr est un Logiciel de gestion de projet open source. qui regroupe dans un outil unique toutes les fonctionnalités nécessaires à l’organisation de vos projets. Il reste simple, facile à utiliser au quotidien, tout en couvrant un maximum de fonctionnalités de la gestion de projet.

Sa particularité, outre sa complétude, est d’être orienté qualité. Ceci signifie qu’il vous permet d’enregistrer tous les événements de vos projets, et de simplifier de ce fait la mise en conformité aux principaux standards de gestion de la qualité, que ce soit ISO, CMMI, ITIL ou autre.

Economisez en toute liberté

ProjeQtOr est diffusé en Open Source. c’est un produit libre dans son intégralité et gratuit.

Son adoption ne vous rend pas captif et vous n’êtes pas limités.

La version proposée en téléchargement est entièrement opérationnelle, sans limitations, et sans avoir besoin d’acquérir de licence payante pour accéder à l’intégralité des fonctionnalités.

Adaptez l’outil à votre besoin

Ne craignez pas la complexité !

De par sa complétude, ProjeQtOr peut effrayer au premier abord. le nombre d’icônes de menus disponibles lorsque l’on installe l’application est impressionnant et peut faire craindre un certaine complexité.

Mais considérez cela uniquement comme une richesse, non comme un frein. vous pouvez très simplement configurer quels menus seront présentés pour chaque profil.

Vous obtenez très facilement une application adaptée au besoin de chaque type d’utilisateur.

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SIEM Tools

AlienVault Professional Threat Management S3000

The platform contains more than 30 open-source security tools built in and ready to go out of the box. We found this product to be quite easy to install.

LogLogic MX

This offers some exciting new features, including a full compliance manager, but more on that later. The LogLogic MX can collect data and logs from network devices, such as routers and firewalls, as well as many other sources, including intrusion detection system (IDS)/intrusion prevention system (IPS), Windows, Unix and load balancers.

LogRhythm

The LogRhythm appliance combines log management, SIEM, file integrity monitoring and host activity monitoring into a single integrated platform.

McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM)

This product features a powerful correlation engine that is driven by an ultralight proprietary backend database. The ESM is able to gather, store and analyze logs and data from a large amount of sources and then correlate events based on rules, possible risk or historical trends.

Trustwave SIEM

The Trustwave SIEM appliance is designed to collect, normalize, analyze and store events and logs from a wide array of network devices and security products.

CorreLog Correlation Server v5.1.0

The CorreLog Server is a web-based solution that leverages browser technology to present an easy-to-use, multi-platform interface that stresses point-and-click simplicity for the harried network administrator.

Prism Microsystems EventTracker v7.2

Like many other SIEM products, EventTracker Enterprise uses a client server paradigm, where client systems report back to a server, which consolidates and normalizes events for further processing.

GFI Software GFI EventsManager 2012

The product is designed to do exactly as the name implies – manage events – and in the case of SIEM, those events can originate from any number of network-attached devices in the typical enterprise, whether they are servers, PCs, firewalls, appliances and so forth.

NetIQ Sentinel 7

Using the SIEM methodologies, NetIQ

SolarWinds Log Event Manager v5.3

SolarWinds is one of the smaller players in the SIEM market, but as a vendor specializing in system management and reporting tools, the company has the intelligence to effectively create a SIEM product.

Tenable Network Security Log Correlation Engine v3.6

The latest iteration of LCE can be considered something that is part of a bigger picture. Tenable refers to this as a unified security monitoring (USM) approach. Through this option, the company combines security management with log analysis and vulnerability scanning.

Tripwire Log Center v6.5

Like other products in the SIEM realm, Log Center is part of a larger product line that unifies compliance and security management. Still, the product can be used for the standalone process of SIEM, which many businesses not bound by compliance regulation only look to do.

At the core, SIEM tools take data from sources and get useful, actionable information from it. The SC Magazine Labs team tested popular ones currently on the market.

SC Media arms cybersecurity professionals with the in-depth, unbiased business and technical information they need to tackle the countless security challenges they face and establish risk management and compliance postures that underpin overall business strategies.


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Tredd s Self Storage Software is intuitive, easy-to-use, and priced right at $495 with no monthly or yearly licensing fees. Check out some of our features and be sure to view some of our actual program screens.

When you purchase our software, we go the extra mile for our customers. All building graphics are drawn, billing cycle settings are entered, and your business information is entered. You simply install the software and start clicking your way to adding customers, accepting payments, charging credit cards, viewing reports, printing customer letters, and managing your self-storage business like never before.

Our Maintenance Plan includes for one year: unlimited customer support, unlimited upgrades, unlimited software licenses, unlimited customer SMS texting. and unlimited use of our online Cloud backup server.

Click here for a quick online demonstration of our software or call us toll free at 1-800-690-7956 for a no-hassle consultation about our software.

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We are celebrating our�20th year�of producing quality software for the self storage industry with our latest release 7.2.2.C on 15 June 2017. Check out the What’s New to read about the 50+ new features we added in the past year including Credit Card Processing with Authorize.net and many more features requested by our customers, such as how our software can help you be Earth Friendly and Green .

Our software is 100% compatible with all latest versions of Windows including XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. We are also compatible with all latest Window server editions.

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SAP’s HANA will lose the big data war without open source, as proven by 21 new security flaws

SAP has been boasting about its “revolutionary” big data platform, SAP HANA, for years. While its claims have always been a bit suspect, recent revelations that HANA is riddled with critical security flaws only reinforce the mantra that, when it comes to big data infrastructure, open source is best.

Most other companies get this, even hitherto proprietary giants like IBM. Will SAP get the memo in time to rejigger its approach to big data?

Probably not, which is why SAP customers should probably check out what open source has to offer.

(Almost) everything has open source inside

Even the most proprietary software generally has open source inside. That’s why Gartner analyst Martin Kihn can declare with utmost assurance that everything—everything—is open source now, to some degree:

I am willing to guess you—yes, you—would be shocked if you really understood to what extent that whizzy piece of expensive cloud software you’re using actually (deep, deep in its soul) was running on absolutely free, not-developed-here, open source technology that you—yes, you—could probably bang into something almost as useful if you only knew how to do it.

It’s also why you really, really shouldn’t be futzing with SAP HANA, or any other proprietary data infrastructure that tries to go it alone without the aid of the open source community. Cloudera chief strategy officer Mike Olson perhaps said it best :

There’s been a stunning and irreversible trend in enterprise infrastructure. No dominant platform-level software infrastructure has emerged in the last 10 years in closed-source, proprietary form.

Which brings us to. HANA.

Big data, big problems

HANA, SAP’s big data darling, has been the subject of controversy for some time. For years Wall Street analysts like Peter Goldmacher (formerly of Cowen Co.) have criticized SAP’s financial treatment of HANA, arguing that the legacy software vendor had been misrepresenting HANA revenue to project an “inflated growth rate.”

In short, he and others argued HANA’s zero-to-$1 billion rapid growth story was “highly, highly unlikely.”

But wait! It gets worse.

That’s because security firm Onapsis just uncovered 21 significant security flaws in HANA, eight of which it deemed “critical.”

How critical? Unless companies act to change system configurations, “Unauthenticated attackers could take full control of vulnerable SAP HANA systems, including stealing, deleting or changing business information, as well as taking the platform offline to disrupt key business processes.”

Not a cheery thought.

And, it’s why Host Analytics (and data infrastructure expert) Dave Kellogg advises HANA customers to switch to “standard infrastructure,” in part because it’s “more proven.”

Peaceful coexistence. for now

Like, for example, Apache Spark.

Of course, Spark-sponsor Databricks will be quick to say that SAP HANA and Spark are complementary, that the one is great for analyzing legacy enterprise data stuck in a CRM or ERP system while the latter handles. pretty much everything else.

This is true, but maybe not relevant. At least, not for long.

After all, as Kamlesh Barvalia, business intelligence and analytics Leader at GE, argued. there is “a great deal of overlap” between the two in terms of features and use cases, and many (like he) will “bet on Spark for the long haul.”

Why? Because Spark is open source (so “you do not run the risk of getting yourself trapped in proprietary development platforms” like HANA), cheaper, and “There is a great deal of momentum behind Spark and it appears that the feature overlap as well as breadth and depth of offering will only increase as the time goes by.”

Stated in pithier fashion, “What Dave Kellogg said.”

Spark isn’t the only open source challenge to HANA’s alleged momentum (barely ahead of Informix in terms of overall popularity ). Given the pace at which the open source community keeps leapfrogging itself with better and better data infrastructure, hatched and released by companies like Google, Facebook, and LinkedIn, who manage scale and speed that even SAP can hardly fathom, this is the open source community’s market to lose.

But it won’t, for all the reasons Mike Olson called out in his post. Ultimately, all data infrastructure will be open, or it will be irrelevant.

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St Luke’s Hospice Open Garden Event, Plymouth, Devon

Gardens ranging from the unique and personal to the very grand are opening across the county for a very good cause.

From April, St Lukes Hospice, Plymouth, is launching the scheme to give the public a chance to discover the beautiful, often hidden, gems of the South West. Located across Plymouth, South West Devon and East Cornwall, each garden will open up throughout the year to help raise vital funds for the charity.

Hayley Dann, Fundraising Manager for St Lukes said: We really do have some fantastic gardens ranging from the unique and personal to the grand and immaculate grounds of some of the regions stately homes. By launching now and going through to the summer, the public will get to see the gardens at their finest.

St Lukes Hospice relies heavily on community fundraising as Government funding covers less than 30% of its annual 5m running costs. Each year, St Lukes needs to raise at least 3.5m from the communities it serves in order to stay open. That is why public support is so very important. Organisers hope that the Open Garden Scheme will be a fresh new idea that helps to raise valuable funds whilst giving local people the opportunity to appreciate beautiful gardens, some of which they might not normally have access to.

As well as featuring some of the most extravagant and impressive gardens in the South West, including the truly spectacular property and grounds of Gnaton Hall, Yelverton, a number of St Lukes supporters have signed up to showcase private gardens that are not normally on show to the public. Visitors will definitely be spoilt for choice.

One such supporter is Clem Spencer, who is known throughout Plymouth for his beautiful garden. Each year, Clem opens it up in aid of St Lukes and holds an art exhibition. This gives visitors the chance to appreciate the exhibition in a tranquil space surrounded by the beauty of Clems garden. The many hours he spends preening and pruning ensures that it is always at its very best.

If taking a stroll around magnificent gardens isnt enough, there will be art exhibitions, plant sales and the promise of much more besides meaning that there will be something for the whole family.

St Lukes has been providing specialist free palliative medical and nursing care for patients from across Plymouth, South West Devon and East Cornwall since 1982. Staff and volunteers are passionate that patients should have dignity and choice at a time in their lives when they may feel they have none.

There is a shared vision at St Lukes and that is to provide the very best care to all life-limited and terminally ill patients wherever their preferred place of care might be hospice, hospital or home. It is fundraising initiatives such as the Open Garden Scheme that help to make that vision a reality.

A brochure, complete with dates and details for each garden involved will be available soon from the charitys website. So, this year, why not support St Lukes and take the opportunity to walk around some of the South Wests most exquisite gardens you will be assured of a warm welcome!

Pamela Tibbs, 6 Ridge Park Rd, Plympton, Plymouth

Contact: Lorna Baker 07917233350





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  • Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens 2016 #cancer #hospice #care

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    Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens 2016

    HOSPICE IN THE WEALD OPEN GARDENS 2016

    Enjoy another summer with the Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens scheme which gives you a rare chance to take a look around some of the finest gardens in our area. Grateful thanks go to all the owners for their hard work and kindness in opening up the secrets of their private gardens.

    This year’s brochure introduces some fascinating new gardens for you to enjoy. Cottage gardens, formal showpieces, wildlife havens, village walkabouts……. there’s something here for everyone; from creative gardeners looking for fresh and exciting inspiration to visitors seeking somewhere lovely to wander with a cup of tea and cake at the end. The Open Gardens scheme begins on Sunday 1st May at Lyewood House, Hartfield and runs through to September.

    Open Gardens raised over £30,000 last year which goes towards the £7million needed annually for Hospice in the Weald to maintain its vital services to our community – and we promise that 90p of every £ raised goes directly to patient care.

    Thanks to everyone who contributed to last year’s success. With the exciting new destinations in the new brochure we hope that many more of you will be encouraged to come along with your family and friends to help us reach more and more patients in our community.

    To order a brochure or for more details about Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens please contact:

    Pam Coleman on 01892 820502





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    Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens 2017

    HOSPICE IN THE WEALD

    It’s always a proud moment when your garden comes into full bloom and you can stand back and enjoy the results of your creativity and hard work. And there’s a special reward in being able to share your achievements with admiring visitors.

    Hospice in the Weald is inviting you to open your gates for a day to gardening enthusiasts and share the delights of your garden and raise money for a great cause at the same time.

    The Hospice’s Open Gardens brochure each year features a varied and enticing choice of gardens which this year brought in £25,000 for the charity. But the organisers would love to expand the range even further in 2017.

    “It’s always exciting to see new gardens which the owners might never have considered putting on show,” said Pam Coleman, who runs the hospice’s Open Gardens scheme. “We’d love to be able to offer an even greater choice.”

    There’s no limit to the style of garden that visitors might enjoy ­- small ones to inspire creativity, larger areas to explore, gardens for wildlife enthusiasts and interesting ideas for fruit and vegetable plots.

    Pam says: “Gardens can be small, big or quirky as long as they are interesting and reflect the owners’ passion for gardening. We would like to invite gardeners to contact us this autumn ready for the next brochure. Owners need not be nervous about taking part ­– many who have done so often tell us how much pleasure they get from the comments and interest of enthusiastic visitors.

    ”And there’s the reward of knowing they are helping the Hospice’s drive to raise £7million a year to keep our vital services free for the patients who need them.”





    Angela Hospice Tree of Life to open at Laurel Park Place #choice

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    Angela Hospice Tree of Life to open at Laurel Park Place

    Michele Cherluck of Sterling Heights and Dee Vogel of Livonia place angel ornaments on the Tree of Life at Laurel Park Place. (Photo: Submitted)

    The holidays are a time to be surrounded by and remember loved ones. Angela Hospice’s Tree of Life is the perfect time to do both.

    The event, which has been held annually since 1986, offers guests a unique way of honoring their loved ones, both living and deceased, in the form of an angel ornament bearing their name.

    “I’ve been involved with the Tree of Life for many years now,” said Rebecca DeRaud, bereavement and social work manager for Angela Hospice, “I’ve seen how meaningful the experience can be for those who participate. It really touches them to honor their loved ones in this special way.”

    There will be trees at two locations this year, and the ornaments will be on display through Christmas Eve. The Tree of Life at Westland Shopping Center (near JCPenney) will have its opening ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21. The Laurel Park Place Tree of Life will open at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, near Carson’s. Both opening ceremonies will feature Angela Hospice’s foundress Sister Mary Giovanni, and include a performance by the Angela Hospice Choir.

    Dee Vogel of Livonia has been visiting the Tree of Life annually at Laurel Park Place for over five years. She usually attends the opening ceremony with her niece Michele Cherluck, who travels from Sterling Heights to accompany her. They place angels on the trees for family members including Vogel’s sister and twin brothers (one of whom was Cherluck’s father), and Cherluck’s mother. They’ll usually end up chatting with others who take part in the Tree of Life to remember loved ones as well.

    “There is such friendship there with people you don’t even know,” said Vogel. “I really enjoy that day. It’s special for Michele and me.”

    Vogel said Angela Hospice is one of her favorite charities. She and Cherluck also participated in Angela Hospice’s Walk of Remembrance together last September. They are grateful for the help Angela Hospice provided for their family members.

    “I think Angela Hospice is such a blessing for so many people,” said Vogel. “You miss a loved one, but it’s wonderful that they have a place like Angela Hospice, and caretakers that will come to the house and be there when you need someone.”

    Some of the Angela Hospice programs that will benefit from the Tree of Life include the My Nest is Best pediatric and prenatal hospice programs, and grief support, among many others.

    To participate in this holiday tradition, fill out a form online at AskForAngela.com or visit the Tree of Life during mall hours to personally hang your ornaments. There is no specific donation amount required.

    For more information, or to fill out an angel form by phone, contact the Development Office at 734-464-7810.

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    Databases

    ArcGIS
    ArcGIS is a GIS (Geographic Information Systems) for your desktop that comes with ArcEditor software, ArcGIS help system and Esri Data and Maps. You’ll have access to the ArcGIS Desktop Resource. Read more

    EMS SQL Manager for MySQL 2007
    SQL Manager for MySQL makes work with any MySQL database a simple task. No more need for command-line tool ‘mysql’. Everything can be controlled directly from within SQL Manager – all database. Read more

    Evernote
    Evernote provides a means to capture just about anything you would want to save whether it is notes to yourself, something you saw or heard or even just things that you like. It works with nearly. Read more

    Filemaker Pro 9
    Using Filemaker Pro users can easily and fast create databases – and even share them over the web. Customize the applications you build to get the look-and-feel you or your organization require. Once. Read more

    Microsoft Access 2010
    Microsoft’s versatile tool for creating database driven application – or simply just maintain your data. Even though Access has its own embedded database engine – it is also able to connect to other. Read more

    Microsoft Active Directory
    Microsoft Active Directory ships as a component of Windows Server. Active Directory lets you manage many different type of components in your enterprise e.g. users. Microsoft Active Directory. Read more

    Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server 2007
    Microsoft Office Sharepoint server (MOSS) runs on top of Windows Sharepoint Services (WSS), adding core features and and user web parts. Essentially, it’s a workflow engine and business intelligence. Read more

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005
    As backend for Microsoft products that require a database – Microsoft SQL Server is available to make integration and development simple and easy. SQL Server is today considered one of the top 3. Read more

    Navicat
    Navicat is a database management tool that lets users manage multiple databases on remote servers as well as local. Features include Unicode support, wizards for importing and exporting, batch job. Read more

    Oracle Database 10g
    Oracle Databases has been on the market for almost 30 years. This makes Oracle the most well-known commercial database company ever – and the many years of research and development has produced the. Read more

    Oracle SQL Developer 1.1
    Oracle SQL Developer is freeware product from Oracle for managing databases. It has a great graphical user interface (gui) which makes manipulating of data a simple task. Also browsing database. Read more

    Quest Software Toad for Oracle
    Toad is one of the most populare and widely used database development and administration tools. This feature-rich product is a must-have for everyone working with Oracle. Features include query. Read more

    Sleepycat Berkeley DB 4.4
    Berkeley DB is an embeddable database that allows you to add database functionality to your applications without having to manage a large Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). Also data is. Read more

    Open source software

    389 Directory Server
    389 Directory Server (previously known as Fedora Directory Server) is an open source LDAP server with many advanced features and built for both high performance and reliability. The 389 Directory. Read more

    Alfresco 2.1
    Alfresco (Italian for “outdoors”) is an open source, less expensive alternative to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. The plentiful ECM (enterprise content management) features of Alfresco rival the. Read more

    Apache Derby
    Apache Derby is an open source relational database – part of the Apache DB Project. Derby is written in java and is ideel for embeddable due to its small memory footprint. Derby supports SQL storing. Read more

    Apache Directory Server
    Apache Directory Server is an open source LDAP directory server implemented in java. It provides an excellent back-end database for managing users, network resources and more. The architecture is. Read more

    Firebird 2.0.1
    Firebird is a relational database based on source code that Inprise (now Borland) release as open source. Many features from the ANSI SQL standard are included making Firebird easy to work with if. Read more

    Glom
    Glom is an advanced database system and user interface designer with lots of high-level features. Its advantages include its simplicity and nearly no programming requirements. Loosely based on. Read more

    HeidiSQL
    HeidiSQL is a brilliant, small and simple open source SQL tool for MySQL databases. It does exactly what you expect it to – and a few extra things. Downloading, installing and configuring is very. Read more

    HSQL Database Engine
    HSQL Database Engine or just HSQLDB is an open source java database engine for embedding into your applications. As the name indicates HSQLDB supports SQL making it very flexible when it comes to. Read more

    Ingres 2006 Community Edition
    For many years Ingres has been a well-known names in the database business. Now it is available as open source. Ingres is a high performance and highly scalable database systems, which also features. Read more

    Kexi 2.2
    Kexi strives to be a rapid application development (rad) tool for database driven development. Use Kexi to quick design forms to access and create your data – just as any full features application. Read more

    MindTouch Core 9
    MindTouch is the Web’s most popular commercially supported wiki platform for creating content and mashups using a wiki interface. The free, open source application is an easy to use program. Read more

    MySQL 5.0
    Increasingly growing market shares caused by a good reputation and of course the fact that it is completely free of charge – makes MySQL the most widely deployed open source database. For most web. Read more

    NeverNote
    Nevernote was created in response to popular demand of Linux users. A clone of Evernote, it was originally intended for Linux but can also run on Windows. Nevernote is a note-saving program that. Read more

    OpenOffice Base 3.0
    Maintain your databases or create new ones. Base either connects to your existing database engine – or your can use its built-in HSQL database. For beginners Base offers wizards to help create forms. Read more

    PostgreSQL 8.3
    PostgreSQL is a relational database system (RDBMS). Considered one of the most advanced open source databases on the market – PostgreSQL is a tough competitor for the top commercial database. Read more

    Quantum GIS
    Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a geographical information system (GIS) that works with many platforms and with other commercial software packages. It has all of the common GIS functions and features. Its. Read more

    SQLite 3.3.17
    SQLite is an open source embeddable database engine written in C. It provides all of the standard features you would normally find in any commercial SQL database product – such as SQL, transaction. Read more

    SQLTools 1.4.1
    SQLTools is an open source tool for Oracle database development. It is a small and light weighted tool which also aims at being fast and responsive. SQLTools’ powerful editor has many features to. Read more

    SQuirreL SQL Client
    Relational Database Systems can make life difficult, especially when working with multiple databases. Squirrel is an open-source SQL Client that will help you solve database problems with its. Read more

    TOra 2.0
    TOra is an open source database administration and sql tool for Oracle. With TOra you can perform virtually any administrative task on your Oracle database servers – anything from user and security. Read more


    NET – Powerful Open Source Cross Platform Development #server #monitor #open #source


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    Develop high performance applications in less time, on any platform.

    Vibrant community

    Join a huge community of 6 million developers. Leverage the large ecosystem of components and Open Source software and enjoy online and offline communities to get help. And because .NET is all Open Source, you can join the 25,000 developers and 1,700 companies already contributing to the .NET platform. To learn more about .NET and open source visit the .NET repos in GitHub.

    What customers are saying about .NET

    Raygun

    “Using the same-size server, we were able to go from 1,000 requests per second per node with Node.js to 20,000 requests per second with .NET Core.”

    -John-Daniel Trask, CEO and Co-Founder

    Jet.com

    “The event-driven, microservices paradigm eliminated a lot of the overhead that comes with a service-oriented architecture.”

    -Mike Hanrahan, CTO

    Stack Overflow

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    Ulteo Opensource Virtual Desktop

    Ulteo is an open source program that does the same thing as Citrx. Ulteo Open Virtual Desktop v2.0 provides an open architecture to deliver securely any Linux and Windows applications to any device of the enterprise through the web browser, from anywhere. Integration in a Microsoft environment is fully supported. This is a pretty cool program and I use it to make a standard desktop interface that I can access from several different machines and have all of the data, and changes I have done on other computers. I have set this program up and I like it, I don t have the need to do large scale production environments with Ulteo. However it is cool to set up you virtual desktop and be able to log on to it to make changes to work or other projects and have the ability to access it in the same format from any computer on the internet. I am not sure of any kind of security problems that may exist but I would recommend checking it out.

    Ulteo OVD allows Linux applications to be run on a Windows machine through a web browser along with Windows apps. The Linux applications are simply installed on the Linux server and you can publish it for use on the virtual desktop. The Windows applications require a Windows terminal server. I set it up and got everything working great, however you run into the licensing that is required for terminal connections so I didn t do any thing past the eval period. According to their web site future versions will not require a terminal server. You just install the Ulteo agent and register the Windows server with the session manager portion of the Ulteo software and publish the applications to the applications manager.

    To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Ulteo Opensource Virtual Desktop- Showing My Geek blog.ogwatermelon.com

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    5 Open Source Big Data Analysis Platforms and Tools #big #data, #open


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    5 Open Source Big Data Analysis Platforms and Tools

    It seems that Hadoop. by offering lower cost distributed computing, did as much to advance Big Data as any other software solution. So certainly any list of open source Big Data platforms will start with Hadoop. Yet as the rise of Spark shows, Hadoop may be a founding pioneer and may well retain its place as the foundation of Big Data but will not of course be its sole cornerstone. So think of this list (which does indeed start with Hadoop) as a glimpse of the pioneering days, the true infancy, of Big Data. The solutions on this list all look, to a greater or lesser extent, to Hadoop as a standard by which to compare their own performance. But the range of the list shows that this comparison is indeed just a springboard, and that many other open source Big Data solutions are sure to evolve in the years ahead.

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    Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens 2016 #book #hotels #online

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    Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens 2016

    HOSPICE IN THE WEALD OPEN GARDENS 2016

    Enjoy another summer with the Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens scheme which gives you a rare chance to take a look around some of the finest gardens in our area. Grateful thanks go to all the owners for their hard work and kindness in opening up the secrets of their private gardens.

    This year’s brochure introduces some fascinating new gardens for you to enjoy. Cottage gardens, formal showpieces, wildlife havens, village walkabouts……. there’s something here for everyone; from creative gardeners looking for fresh and exciting inspiration to visitors seeking somewhere lovely to wander with a cup of tea and cake at the end. The Open Gardens scheme begins on Sunday 1st May at Lyewood House, Hartfield and runs through to September.

    Open Gardens raised over £30,000 last year which goes towards the £7million needed annually for Hospice in the Weald to maintain its vital services to our community – and we promise that 90p of every £ raised goes directly to patient care.

    Thanks to everyone who contributed to last year’s success. With the exciting new destinations in the new brochure we hope that many more of you will be encouraged to come along with your family and friends to help us reach more and more patients in our community.

    To order a brochure or for more details about Hospice in the Weald Open Gardens please contact:

    Pam Coleman on 01892 820502