Much has changed in the past year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. AV/IT managers, systems integrators, and facilities managers alike face a heavy set of expectations as they navigate new opportunities and challenges in supporting the return to normal across enterprise, higher education, retail, healthcare, and other industries. Typical building operations that managers had planned for are now accompanied with new public safety initiatives, and from accommodating the ever-adapting COVID-19 safety regulations to ensuring peace of mind and safety for building occupants, there are many new logistical considerations to be met. Nevertheless, there are also prospects for new
As a result of the worldwide pandemic, technology companies were forced to pivot to fully remote operations.ﾂ?For many organizations, this meant accelerating their digital transformation efforts.
But despite the investment in digital transformation efforts, there haven???t been enough investments in security measures. Our recent State of Software Security v11 (SOSS) report found that, when compared to other industries, the technology industry has the second-highest proportion of applications with security flaws and the highest proportion of applications with high-severity flaws.ﾂ?
Given that the pandemic has incited an increase in cyberattacks, now is not the time to have vulnerable applications. Luckily,
Jones College’s Pharmacy Technology Program is accepting applications for the fall 2021 semester with a priority deadline of May 1. Applications can be downloaded from the website at www.jcjc.edu/programs/pharmacy/ or by calling the department at 601-477-4230.
The JC Pharmacy Technology curriculum is a two-year program that combines classroom instruction, laboratory work and clinical experience to prepare students for employment and advancement in the pharmacy field. Admission requirements for the program include a high school diploma or GED, a minimum score of 17 on the ACT and a background check. The student will obtain an Associate of Applied Science degree after
ColdQuanta Inc. won two federal government contracts to apply its cold-atom technology in military applications, with the combined contracts worth about $2.55 million.
An office within the U.S. Department of Defense awarded $1.8 million to the Boulder company to develop a prototype atomic clock as part of an onboard navigation system in aircraft that activates if the plane loses connection to a satellite GPS.
The other $750,000 contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory is for development of a miniature ion trap system. Ion traps act as spectrometers for measuring physical forces at the atomic level, and are useful in
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Molecular Spectroscopy Market is segmented further based on Technology, Applications, Geography, Competitive Analysis and the Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The Global Molecular Spectroscopy Market is estimated to be USD 6.3 Bn in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 8.7 Bn by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 6.9%.
- JASCO Corporation, Japan has launched a completely new range of fluorescence spectrophotometers (FP-8050 Series) that includes five instruments that cover the entire range of applications for biological, environmental, chemical, and materials analysis. – 1st March
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