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Physical Security Information Management Market to Reach $2246 million with 34.41% CAGR Forecast to 2020

Resource Date:  12/26/2016
Resource Name:  EIN News
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PUNE, INDIA, December 21, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system is a software that is utilized for systematizing and improving operations for physical security management and reporting. It is intended to assimilate security applications via one common user interface. Situations are proactively resolved by collecting events from obtainable information and security devices and linking them to empower personnel. This system needs integration and coordination of technologies with the information technology processes that administer the management of administrative data.

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Knowmail Grabs $3.5 Million to Further Develop Personalized Artificial Intelligence (P.A.I) and Solve Communication Overload

Resource Date:  12/15/2016
Resource Name:  Benzinga
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Knowmail, a company building a Personalized Artificial Intelligence platform to help employees communicate and collaborate better, announced it closed a new $3.5 million investment led by CE Ventures with managing partner Tayman Kan also joining the board. This round also includes existing shareholders AfterDox, Plus Ventures, 2B Angels, INE Ventures and notable private investors. The additional funding will be utilized to continue building out Knowmail’s functionality and expand its customer base globally.

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Push Technology Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024

Resource Date:  11/29/2016
Resource Name:  Open PR
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Push technology is used to send data or information to a client instead of waiting for client to make a request for that particular data. This technology enables clients to get data as quickly as it become accessible. The server or content provider sends new information with the help of push technology to the client and client is notified about it. .

Push technology offers benefits such as managing and reducing the information overload and communication bandwidth block. It is just an alternative approach to access information. Push technology is present in various systems for as long as people have been communicating, for examples, from newspapers, to radio, to telephones, to E-mail and television. E-mail is possibly the best push technology for the transmission of time critical information to particular viewers.

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Worldwide Business with kathy ireland® Features Access Innovations and Discusses Their Revolutionary Information Management and Database Construction Products and Services

Resource Date:  11/22/2016
Resource Name:  Digital Journal
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Los Angeles, CA – November 22, 2016 — Access Innovations President Marjorie M.K. Hlava and Vice President of Marketing and Communications Heather Kotula are featured on the award-winning, global TV show, Worldwide Business with kathy ireland®. The segment’s topic is how businesses can make their data more searchable and more easily found.

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BroadSoft Introduces Team-One for Business Collaboration

Resource Date:  11/16/2016
Resource Name:  IT Business Net
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BroadSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ:BSFT), a global unified communication software as a service (UCaaS) leader, today announced the launch of BroadSoft Team-One – an all-in-one communications and collaboration application that integrates team-centric messaging with unified communications features such as click-to-call and live meetings. With Team-One, teams and individuals can be more productive with a single, persistent workspace where all of a teams work and apps are in one place.

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Alvin Toffler, Author of ‘Future Shock,’ Dies at 87

Resource Author:  Keith Schneider
Resource Date:  06/29/2016
Resource Name:  New York Times
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Alvin Toffler, the celebrated author of “Future Shock,” the first in a trilogy of best-selling books that presciently forecast how people and institutions of the late 20th century would contend with the immense strains and soaring opportunities of accelerating change, died on Monday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 87.

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Deluge of In-vehicle Information to Trigger a Revolution in the Design of Automotive Display and Instrument Clusters

Resource Author:  Frost & Sullivan
Resource Date:  06/28/2012
Resource Name:  PR Newswire
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The exponential growth of in-vehicle information is triggering a revolution in the design of display systems in the automotive infotainment market. The ubiquitous presence of Smartphones has led to a demand for the same functionalities to be present inside cars. Technologies such as touch screens and large displays have become a commodity in the automotive infotainment domain. As vehicles rely more and more on sophisticated forms of technology, the requirements for onboard information displays are becoming increasingly comprehensive and diverse.

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Another Booming U.S. Export: Email Overload

Resource Author:  Mailshell
Resource Date:  3/10/2010
Resource Name:  PRWeb
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More than 20 percent of the world’s spam, and more than 30 percent of the world’s legitimate email, come from the United States, making it the largest producer of each, according to Mailshell SpamIQ. (more…)

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Canadian Space Science Data Portal Helps Solve Information Overload

Resource Author:  CANARIE
Resource Date:  4/29/2010
Resource Name:  SC Online News
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Canadian Space Agency to use sophisticated computing platform, created under a CANARIE-funded program, to help scientists understand the impact of the upper atmosphere on our planet. How do you know when you’ve got too much information? It’s when you’ve got to manage a daily data stream equivalent to a stack of books thirty stories high. The solution? A sophisticated computing environment, known as the Canadian Space Science Data Portal (CSSDP) that will also save up to $1M worth of R&D time and effort.

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