Jamf Adds macOS Malware Prevention and Unified Log Forwarding to Help Organizations Keep Users, Devices and Company Data Secure

Jamf | May 21, 2020

In the current environment, more organizations are examining their remote employee and work-from-home policies. With employees using their computers at home, new security risks emerge. Today, to better serve enterprises focused on securing their remote workforces, Jamf announced it has added known malware prevention and unified log forwarding capabilities to its enterprise endpoint protection product, Jamf Protect.

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Cloudbeds Horizon launches to empower hospitality schools to upskill students in cloud technology

Cloudbeds | December 10, 2021

Cloudbeds, the hospitality industry’s fastest-growing technology provider, announced the launch of Cloudbeds Horizon, a new educational partners program designed to empower hospitality’s future leaders with modern technology skills and innovation. Cloudbeds Horizon launches following a successful pilot program with EHL, the world’s most prestigious hospitality management school. Cloudbeds Horizon partners with hospitality schools and universities worldwide to provide access to its innovative cloud software, knowledge base, and on-demand educational materials to help upskill students in modern cloud software and technology. For the EHL pilot, Cloudbeds partnered with the university’s hospitality technology class to develop a weeklong curriculum for students to gain experience managing test properties through the Cloudbeds Hospitality Platform. More than 300 students who follow EHL’s Bachelor in International Hospitality Management have participated in the class thus far, providing positive feedback on Cloudbeds’ intuitive design and ease of use. “Our goal at EHL is to ensure that our students are not just well-prepared for the future, but that they are leading the way and shaping the hospitality industry,” says Julien Simon, Lecturer at EHL. “We view Cloudbeds as a prime example of modern, state-of-the-art technology powering hospitality businesses around the world, and we are excited to partner with them to offer our students a hands-on learning experience on the platform.” “In the hospitality industry, digitalization and automation are becoming must-haves, not nice-to-haves. Cloudbeds Horizon is designed to ensure that all future generations of hospitality leaders are equipped with the technology skills they need to run successful, modern properties,” says Sebastien Leitner, VP of Partnerships at Cloudbeds. “At Cloudbeds, two of our core values are Discovery and Kaizen — always learning and always improving. Cloudbeds Horizon is a natural extension of these ideals. It is an investment in the development and training of the next generation of hoteliers and hosts, so that together we can drive the digital transformation of hospitality and collectively move the industry forward.” Adam Harris, CEO of Cloudbeds Cloudbeds Horizon is now available to any hospitality education program worldwide, with universities receiving special educational licenses for students to learn directly on the Cloudbeds Hospitality Platform. The platform can be tailored to accommodate the school curriculum, complete with specific exercises and activities designed for the class. With Cloudbeds Horizon, hospitality students can also enhance their learning experience with free access to Cloudbeds University, an online learning portal with hundreds of on-demand courses, training videos, industry best practice guides, and standard operating procedures for managing a successful hotel business. About Cloudbeds Cloudbeds is a SaaS company creating the most forward-thinking technology in the travel industry. We deliver a transformative technology platform upon which any lodging provider, from luxury hotels to campgrounds, can build and run their business. We help businesses reach travelers in every corner of the globe and empower them to spend more time with their guests, and less time worrying about technology. Cloudbeds has brought together the smartest minds from around the world to innovate new technology that challenges the status quo and makes the world a more connected welcoming place.

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Quality Matters, the Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance, and 2gnoMe Introduce a New Portal to Support Teaching Mastery of Effective Online Practices

prnewswire | October 22, 2020

COVID-19 has upended how teachers teach and how their students learn. The pandemic highlights gaps in skill readiness and inequities in access to quality resources. The work of the National Standards for Quality (NSQ) Online Learning is more relevant than ever for K-12 educators, especially those that may be new to teaching students in a blended setting or completely online. We must provide teachers the support they need to be effective online teachers if we are to close the learning gap and keep students on track to succeed.

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New CRX Cobot E-Learning Website FANUC America Launches

businesswire | January 26, 2021

FANUC America, the main provider of CNCs, advanced mechanics, and ROBOMACHINEs, today reported the dispatch of another e-learning site to teach producers and industry about its CRX community oriented robot. The website gives web based preparing instructional exercises, a profound plunge into a wide scope of fringe gadget and tooling accomplices, and the most recent item data about its CRX cobot setup. FANUC's new CRX cooperative robots are not difficult to utilize and program, protected, adaptable, and snappy to get going for an assortment of assembling and mechanical applications. The CRX is accessible in two models, both with 10kg payloads, including the CRX-10iA and CRX-10iA/L long-arrive at variant. Another tablet show pendant with symbol based intuitive control empowers anybody to program the robot – no programming information is required. The new CRX arrangement offers clients eight years of support free activity, and the very mechanical unwavering quality that FANUC is known for everywhere on the world. A lightweight and smooth development makes it simple to mount the CRX on a versatile stage, permitting administrators to skim the cobot to various work regions. Another disentangled gripper association makes it direct to change end-of-arm-apparatuses for new assignments. Additionally, an IP67 rating implies the CRX can work in unforgiving conditions.

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