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Army transitions from Industrial Age to Information Age Fort Carson Mountaineer – fortcarsonmountaineer.com
By U.S. Army Chief Information Officer/G-6
What is it?
The Army Data and Cloud Migration Initiatives are two key components required to transition the Army from the Industrial Age to the Information Age. Access to data in a secure cloud-hosting environment is essential to the success of each of the Armys priorities (people first, readiness, modernization and reform). In the Era of Great Power Competition, speed will be essential. The ability to orient, decide and act faster than peer adversaries in multi domain operations (MDO) and joint all domain operations (JADO) environments will rely heavily on trusted data.
What are the current and past efforts of the Army?
The Army is taking proactive steps as an institution to leverage data as a strategic asset. The intent of this effort is to increase the speed of data informed decision-making, while delivering cloud enabled next generation capabilities in a fundamentally different way.
The Armys data and cloud migration initiatives take the enterprise from a hardware and technology-based IT infrastructure to a data-centric organization aligning sensors, shooters and decision-makers to the same information.
In 2019, the Army established the Enterprise Cloud Management Office (ECMO), a centralized resource to establish Armys cloud environment, to synchronize and integrate cloud efforts across the Army. In 2020, the ECMO is setting conditions for a global, cloud-hosting environment, making data available for all authorized users when they need it and where they need it. Included among the ECMOs fiscal 2020 priorities:
What continued efforts does the Army have planned?
The Army is building a cloud environment that will provide seamless access to data, advanced analytic tools, and modern software development processes that accelerate deployment timelines. The cloud environment will allow:
Why is this important to the Army?
The Armys ability to compete and win below the level of armed conflict relies heavily on its ability to make data-informed decisions at the speed of operational relevance. Data and cloud migration is also a critical step toward optimizing interoperability within the mission partner environment.
Adobe and Red Hat, an IBM company, have announced a strategic partnership to that includes cloud hosting under Red Hat, Adobe joining IBM's partner ecosystem and IBM extending services across Adobe's core enterprise applications. Company officials say the partnership will strengthen real-time data security for enterprises, focusing on regulated industries, and enable companies to deliver more personalized experiences across the customer journey.
The partnership will initially focus on:
As part of the partnership, IBM has named Adobe its "Global Partner for Experience" and will begin adopting Adobe Experience Cloud and its enterprise applications.
IBM once competed with Adobe in customer experience and marketing software offerings. But it sold off the former to HCL in 2018 and then six months later dumped its marketing software to a private-equity investor.
In other customer experience and marketing software news ...
Microsoft has released Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Voicein a move to help organizations collect and distribute feedback from customers across teams. Company officials said the software comes in the form of ready-to-use templates with default questions designed to fit feedback scenarios: periodic customer feedback, post-delivery, post-visit and post-support call. Users can customize questions in the templates to fit specific product or service needs.
Dynamics 365 Customer Voice includes built-in integrations with all Microsoft business applications including Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Power Apps and integrations to external third-party applications through Microsoft Power Automate.
Users can send a survey to customers while using integrated data from other applications, such as open rates, marketing channel preferences and product and service preferences. Survey results integrate back into business applications and are available to anyone who engages with the customer. This information can then be used to enhance customer profiles in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Insights.
Users can also define their customer satisfaction (CSAT) metric and map that score to a new survey to use that metric to collect feedback periodically and track trends over time on the dashboard. Users can also set alerts on metrics to notify relevant business users when they receive poor feedback.
Google has made Recommendations AI, which is designed to help organizations drive personalized product recommendations to their customers, publicly availableto all customers in beta. Recommendations AI helps piece together the history of a customers shopping journey and serve them with personalized product recommendations. Recommendations AI also handles recommendations in scenarios with long-tail products and cold-start users and items.
It uses deep learning models and user metadata to draw insights across millions of items at scale and iterate on those insights. Recommendations AI also delivers model management experience in a managed service. Users can start using the product by creating a Google Cloud project and integrating and backfilling catalog and user events data with tools such as Merchant Center, Google Tag Manager, Google Analytics 360, Cloud Storage and BigQuery.
Qubit, which offers AI-led merchandising and personalized experiences, announced it has furthered its partnership with Google Cloud, making Recommendations AI available for ecommerce teams. The product recommendations solution is integrated within Qubits new product interface for merchandising.
Terminus, a provider of Account-Based Marketing (ABM) software, has announced its July product release and Terminus Engagement Hub. Its offerings Advertising Experiences, Email Experiences, Web Experiences and Chat Experiences are all now available in The Terminus Engagement Hub. Terminus Chat Experiences are now fully integrated into the Terminus Engagement Hub.
Users can see their target accounts and segments flow automatically into Chat Experiences; personal greetings and chats for visitors are automatically routed to the appropriate outbound rep on mobile or desktop. Chat Views is designed to helps sales and marketing teams identify qualified inbound leads and real-time sales conversations on websites with target accounts.
Salesforce has announced new Marketing Cloud innovations, including integrations with the acquired Evergage technology. New Interaction Studio innovations leverage Einstein and technology integrated from Evergage. They include:
The enterprise edition of the Salesforce Pardot marketing automation now includes new features to support complex B2B marketing teams:
Salesforce also announced a Datorama integration with Tableau to help marketers optimize their budget and data with features that include:
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Adobe Partners With Red Hat, Google Updates AI Offering and More CX News - CMSWire
Scalability, improved performance, faster deployment, accessibility and disaster recovery are the key reasons for the shift to the cloud. Many businesses give their customers cloud disaster recovery tools to help them grow their business. For its real time functionality, market features and connectivity to the on-site records, cloud migration is gaining momentum. This technology also allows to create growing business divisions in a minimum of time..
The rising numbers and reduction in conventional outsourcing of cloud and automated services (TICs) reflect a major move to digital network services. If the typical DCO sector declines, colocation and hosting expenses along with network services are increasingly growing. The transition to cloud IaaS and hosting is expected to be driven. Migration is becoming increasingly important in recent years for PaaS, IaaS and SaaS. Companies also use DevOps and infrastructure capabilities and are therefore becoming ever more important in order to achieve the technological and business benefits of cloud adoption.
Over recent years, the transformation of the hybrid cloud in comparison to other cloud services has seen significant overall growth. The use of a hybrid cloud enables companies to scale down computer resources and avoids huge capital demands to deal with short-term demand surges. Many cloud providers can rapidly expand infrastructure at various locations around the globe, allowing a company to expand quickly. According to RightScale 2019, 84% of companies have a multi-cloud strategy and 58% of companies have a hybrid approach, while organizations with a multi-public or multi-public cloud plan have slightly increased.
However, with the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 worldwide, businesses operating with IT systems on site have been greatly restricted. Most of the companies have now chosen to move rapidly to the cloud. Microsoft mentioned that the companys post-pandemic demand for cloud services grew more than 775 percent. A start-up named Bunnyshell has announced that free cloud migration to companies suffering due to the COVID 19 pandemic has increased to US$1 Mn in financing in 2018. This is one of the robust marketing strategies adopted by startups worldwide to profit from several companies ongoing mode of operation.
Study of COVID Effect
Most CXOs are driven to adopt new technologies and strategies, with cloud transformation witnessed substantial development in Covid-19, where companies face organizational challenges. Many big companies and small and medium-sized organizations were inclined to provide cloud-based managed service providers (MSPs), which have accelerated the transformation, scaled up existing services, modernized legacy applications, allowed and coordinated Hybrid Cloud environments, and yet leveraged different cloud-natives. In fact, several cloud service providers have launched various lucrative cloud transformation approaches that help small and medium-sized businesses particularly in efficiently embracing these technologies, with lower financial costs that generate multiple business opportunities.
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Cloud Migration - COVID Effect - Story of Future
We all know about the inertia associated with starting something new, about comfort in the known, and about resistance to change.
We have inertia in starting something, and when we finally start, we have inertia in stopping what we have started, and are unwilling do something different. Great physicists recognize this tendency of humans and nature, motivating Isaac Newton to create his First Law of Motion back in the days at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom. Yet change is inevitable, and the most successful leaders and businesspeople might as well be those who welcome change with open arms, as an integral part of human experience.
But why do people fear change? I am sure psychologists have fine theories, but for the rest of us, fear of consequences is usually the reason for our unwillingness to change. The fear that the change might create problems for us and make our lives less comfortable. Why fix it when its not broken is a common refrain. As a result, we wait until rapid and formidable disruptions of our lives happen before we enact change. These disruptions could come in the form of massive illness, near-death experience, or even the death of a loved one. For example, I cannot begin to tell you the changes I made in my life following the death of my mother 18 years ago. Some of the changes were things I should have been doing in the first place before my mom died. But when the shockwave of her death arrived, I had no more excuses and nowhere to hide! This is one reason why perfectionism can be very undesirable it does not allow for nimbleness.
My generation essentially started the business of applying hardcore computer simulations to solve engineering problems about 35 or so years ago. Since the 1990s, I have been part of the development and/or management team of a few commercial software packages that solve engineering problems in the mechanical and aerospace engineering field. A significant part of our challenge a few decades ago is the unwillingness of folks to try out the new technologies that we had introduced. Engineering is too risky, and folks would rather opt for physical experiments than vaporware. That is, until they cannot no longer sit on the fence. This is certainly the story of cloud computing today. People dragged their feet until COVID-19 landed. Kurt Marko puts this nicely in his 30 April 2020 article in diginomica.com: disruptive events (of COIVD-19) cut through personal and bureaucratic inertia to catalyze changes at a rate seemingly impossible during placid times. Indeed, the DXC survey documents such behavioral friction in the form of employee foot-dragging and management indecisiveness as prime impediments to digital transformation strategies.
Obviously, the COVID-19 pandemic represents a massive disruption in the lives of virtually every person on earth: sudden deaths by the hundreds of thousands as weve never seen in this generation; and airlines, oil companies, hotel chains, and the recreation enterprise seeing their businesses decimated and stocks dumped. But the pandemic has also created business opportunities in other areas, for people who are positioned to, and are adept at, cashing in.
The pandemic lockdowns have caused people to find alternatives to in-person learning, which invariably implies online learning. Well, people also work from home during the pandemic lockdowns. Of course, there are the digital native companies (such as Microsoft, Google, Amazon), for whom the shift to remote working is relatively seamless well, provided they are set up to use cloud facilities. For the everyday business, sustaining operations in the age of the pandemic could represent nightmare that could test the survivability of the entity. The successful ones will probably be those who have been able to expeditiously adapt their operations via accelerated cloud adoption. Managers may need to upskill in crisis management, and cloud-first model may be unavoidable for some businesses. Companies simply must enable an increasingly mobile workforce. In the words of Emil Sayegh on 6 March 2020 in forbes.com, A widespread epidemic validates the need for the maintenance of corporate functionality based on cloud technologies.
Of course, this column in Daily Trust has covered a lot on Cloud Computing since its inception in 2011. In fact, the maiden article, which is based on cloud computing, was written at a time when Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsofts Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) were at infancy. In terms of the market share of cloud infrastructure, AWS, Azure, GCP and Alibaba are the leaders, with respective percentage shares of 32.4, 17.6, 6, and 5.4.
The prospect of cloud deployment in the age of the COVID19 pandemic has been summarized in cloudcomputing-new.com on 17 April 2020: Stores that still use traditional web hosting are likely to experience downtimes as they run out of network resources to handle the drastic increases in traffic. Cloud hosting solutions are highly scalable, so a sudden rise in traffic is unlikely to disrupt business. Additionally, cloud hosting providers are more equipped and experienced in dealing with cyber-attacks. They can protect their servers from DDoS, hacking, and other threats better than organizations that operate on-site servers. This means that cloud solutions help minimize instances of downtimes brought about by cyber-attacks. (DDoS stands for distributed denial of service.)
South Africa has many different hosting providers, and it is crucial that you pick the right hosting service for your needs.
Considerations when choosing your hosting provider and package include cost, storage space, customer service, and the manner in which your website will be hosted.
Some hosting products involve sharing resources with other customers, whereas the more expensive options provide you with your own dedicated server.
1-grid told MyBroadband that small businesses looking to start a basic website should consider a solution that includes a website builder, as trends have revealed an increase in the usage of this feature.
It said that this software is cost-effective, user-friendly, and scalable making it suitable for individuals and small businesses.
Larger businesses should take a variety of considerations on board when selecting a hosting provider and package, 1-grid said, including:
Xneelo also highlighted this last point as while you may be starting off small, you may need to upgrade your hosting package as your business grows.
It said page loading speed should be another chief consideration when purchasing hosting.
A slow web host is a common cause of slow loading times, said Xneelo, and it is therefore important that you ensure your hosting provider does not hold your website back in this regard.
Xneelo also outlined the three common types of hosting products.
The most affordable type of hosting is shared hosting, which involves sharing a single server with other customers.
Hosting providers monitor the server to ensure that individual users arent hogging resources and causing other websites to suffer.
Businesses that are looking for more storage space or expect large amounts of traffic can instead sign up for dedicated hosting, which comes in two common forms.
MyBroadband has compared the prices of hosting products from some of South Africas most popular hosting providers.
This is done across all three of the aforementioned common hosting product categories.
This pricing is detailed below.
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1 Market Overview of Network Host Service1.1 Network Host Service Market Overview1.1.1 Network Host Service Product Scope1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook1.2 Global Network Host Service Market Size Overview by Region 2015 VS 2020 VS 20261.3 Global Network Host Service Market Size by Region (2015-2026)1.4 Global Network Host Service Historic Market Size by Region (2015-2020)1.5 Global Network Host Service Market Size Forecast by Region (2021-2026)1.6 Key Regions Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.1 North America Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.2 Europe Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.3 China Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.4 Rest of Asia Pacific Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.5 Latin America Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.6.6 Middle East & Africa Network Host Service Market Size YoY Growth (2015-2026)1.7 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Network Host Service Industry Impact1.7.1 How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Network Host Service Industry
126.96.36.199 Network Host Service Business Impact Assessment Covid-19
188.8.131.52 Supply Chain Challenges
184.108.40.206 COVID-19s Impact On Crude Oil and Refined Products1.7.2 Market Trends and Network Host Service Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape1.7.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19
220.127.116.11 Government Measures to Combat Covid-19 Impact
18.104.22.168 Proposal for Network Host Service Players to Combat Covid-19 Impact 2 Network Host Service Market Overview by Type2.1 Global Network Host Service Market Size by Type: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20262.2 Global Network Host Service Historic Market Size by Type (2015-2020)2.3 Global Network Host Service Forecasted Market Size by Type (2021-2026)2.4 Shared Hosting2.5 Dedicated Server Hosting2.6 Collocated Hosting2.7 Others 3 Network Host Service Market Overview by Type3.1 Global Network Host Service Market Size by Application: 2015 VS 2020 VS 20263.2 Global Network Host Service Historic Market Size by Application (2015-2020)3.3 Global Network Host Service Forecasted Market Size by Application (2021-2026)3.4 Public Website3.5 Intranet Services3.6 Others 4 Global Network Host Service Competition Analysis by Players4.1 Global Network Host Service Market Size (Million US$) by Players (2015-2020)4.2 Global Top Manufacturers by Company Type (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) (based on the Revenue in Network Host Service as of 2019)4.3 Date of Key Manufacturers Enter into Network Host Service Market4.4 Global Top Players Network Host Service Headquarters and Area Served4.5 Key Players Network Host Service Product Solution and Service4.6 Competitive Status4.6.1 Network Host Service Market Concentration Rate4.6.2 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion Plans 5 Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data5.1 AT&T5.1.1 AT&T Profile5.1.2 AT&T Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.1.3 AT&T Products, Services and Solutions5.1.4 AT&T Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.1.5 AT&T Recent Developments5.2 Google Cloud5.2.1 Google Cloud Profile5.2.2 Google Cloud Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.2.3 Google Cloud Products, Services and Solutions5.2.4 Google Cloud Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.2.5 Google Cloud Recent Developments5.3 GoDaddy5.5.1 GoDaddy Profile5.3.2 GoDaddy Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.3.3 GoDaddy Products, Services and Solutions5.3.4 GoDaddy Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.3.5 Host Name Recent Developments5.4 Host Name5.4.1 Host Name Profile5.4.2 Host Name Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.4.3 Host Name Products, Services and Solutions5.4.4 Host Name Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.4.5 Host Name Recent Developments5.5 SiteGround5.5.1 SiteGround Profile5.5.2 SiteGround Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.5.3 SiteGround Products, Services and Solutions5.5.4 SiteGround Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.5.5 SiteGround Recent Developments5.6 INC5.6.1 INC Profile5.6.2 INC Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.6.3 INC Products, Services and Solutions5.6.4 INC Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.6.5 INC Recent Developments5.7 Bluehosting5.7.1 Bluehosting Profile5.7.2 Bluehosting Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.7.3 Bluehosting Products, Services and Solutions5.7.4 Bluehosting Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.7.5 Bluehosting Recent Developments5.8 WirenetChile5.8.1 WirenetChile Profile5.8.2 WirenetChile Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.8.3 WirenetChile Products, Services and Solutions5.8.4 WirenetChile Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.8.5 WirenetChile Recent Developments5.9 Superhosting5.9.1 Superhosting Profile5.9.2 Superhosting Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.9.3 Superhosting Products, Services and Solutions5.9.4 Superhosting Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.9.5 Superhosting Recent Developments5.10 Hosting.CL5.10.1 Hosting.CL Profile5.10.2 Hosting.CL Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.10.3 Hosting.CL Products, Services and Solutions5.10.4 Hosting.CL Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.10.5 Hosting.CL Recent Developments5.11 SolucionHost5.11.1 SolucionHost Profile5.11.2 SolucionHost Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.11.3 SolucionHost Products, Services and Solutions5.11.4 SolucionHost Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.11.5 SolucionHost Recent Developments5.12 Equinix5.12.1 Equinix Profile5.12.2 Equinix Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.12.3 Equinix Products, Services and Solutions5.12.4 Equinix Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.12.5 Equinix Recent Developments5.13 CenturyLink5.13.1 CenturyLink Profile5.13.2 CenturyLink Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.13.3 CenturyLink Products, Services and Solutions5.13.4 CenturyLink Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.13.5 CenturyLink Recent Developments5.14 Yahoo5.14.1 Yahoo Profile5.14.2 Yahoo Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.14.3 Yahoo Products, Services and Solutions5.14.4 Yahoo Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.14.5 Yahoo Recent Developments5.15 Verio5.15.1 Verio Profile5.15.2 Verio Main Business and Companys Total Revenue5.15.3 Verio Products, Services and Solutions5.15.4 Verio Revenue (US$ Million) (2015-2020)5.15.5 Verio Recent Developments 6 North America Network Host Service by Players and by Application6.1 North America Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)6.2 North America Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 7 Europe Network Host Service by Players and by Application7.1 Europe Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)7.2 Europe Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 8 China Network Host Service by Players and by Application8.1 China Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)8.2 China Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 9 Rest of Asia Pacific Network Host Service by Players and by Application9.1 Rest of Asia Pacific Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)9.2 Rest of Asia Pacific Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 10 Latin America Network Host Service by Players and by Application10.1 Latin America Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)10.2 Latin America Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 11 Middle East & Africa Network Host Service by Players and by Application11.1 Middle East & Africa Network Host Service Market Size and Market Share by Players (2015-2020)11.2 Middle East & Africa Network Host Service Market Size by Application (2015-2020) 12 Network Host Service Market Dynamics12.1 Industry Trends12.2 Market Drivers12.3 Market Challenges12.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis 13 Research Finding /Conclusion 14 Methodology and Data Source 14.1 Methodology/Research Approach14.1.1 Research Programs/Design14.1.2 Market Size Estimation14.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation14.2 Data Source14.2.1 Secondary Sources14.2.2 Primary Sources14.3 Disclaimer14.4 Author List
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A CoE in IoT in Agriculture at Guwahati, Animation at Shillong and Emerging Tech-AR/VR Launched – Express Computer
Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) soft launched the first phase of OctaNE A Centre of Excellence (CoE) in IoT in Agriculture at Guwahati, Animation at Shillong and Emerging Tech-AR/VR at Imphal and simultaneously launched the Open Challenge. STPIOctaNE is a ground-breaking initiativeof Ministryof Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and managed by STPI to transform the digital profile of North-East by providing a robust startup ecosystem to rev up innovation & entrepreneurship in emerging technology.
STPIOctaNE is poised to nurture start-ups in emerging tech in a collaborative model by facilitating mentoring, funding, marketing & IPR while enabling them to address the challenges of local industry & build software products. Network of 8 STPICoEs for the North East will transform innovation & entrepreneurship in the region.
The services available for the beneficiaries of OctaNE shall include Physical infrastructure including 450-seater state-of-the-art incubation (200- Guwahati, 150-Shillong and Imphal-100). Along with E-Commerce facilitation and Tinkering Lab in each of the three centres, mentoring, financial support through seed funding, technical Support, marketing support, IPR/Patenting facilitation and legal, accounting & other support services will be provided to start-ups.
The soft-launch of OctaNE & Idea Challenge Programme was done by Dr. Omkar Rai, Director General, STPI and Shri Rajiv Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Govt. of India in the august presence of Shri Kumaran Venkatesh, President & Partner at AXLerate Now and Chief mentor for CoE in IoT in Agriculture, at Guwahati and Shri Biren Ghose, Country Head, Technicolor and Chief mentor for CoE in Animation at Shillong, Shri P K Das, Director, STPI-Guwahati and Shri Subodh Sachan, Director STPI HQ.
Our CoEs are collaborative efforts of stakeholders from government, industry, academia, industry associations and state governments. In two years of time, STPI is going to be the largest startup ecosystem in the nation. asserted Dr. Omkar Rai, DG, STPI said while delivering keynote address on the launch of OctaNE CoE.
Dr. Rai further added, For Atmanirbhar Bharat IoT can play a key role in precision agriculture. in realising the vision of Honble PM in doubling farmers income & North-East has the potential for sectors like agriculture, horticulture & floriculture.
North-East, we are providing the fundamental support to create the ecosystem for the growth of start-ups. OctaNE is the realisation of the vision of Digital North East 2022, which was launched in 2018, and our commitment for North-East. We are taking a small but a very important step today in the journey of North East Vision 2022, said Shri Rajiv Kumar, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Govt. of India.
There is a demand for the development of innovative products in our country. If we need to increase the GDP of the country, we have to focus on Agritech. Agritech start-ups growing at the rate of 25 per cent YoY. Every 9thAgritech start-up in the world is originating out of India. Huge opportunity for Agriculture IoT startups as the adoption of IoT is rising faster and it will drive change. Adoption of tech can significantly increase farmers income in the country, cited Shri. Kumaran Venkatesh, President & Partner, AXLerateNow & Chief Mentor of CoE in IoT in Agriculture at Guwahati.
STPIOctaNE will create a robust ecosystem for startups to boost R&D, innovation & entrepreneurship in the region. Funding support will be provided to startups for cloud hosting, mentor support & IP creation , stated Shri Prabir Kr. Das, STPI-Director, Guwahati while sharing a presentation on STPIOctaNE.
Highly Value Partnerships
OctaNE is collaboration between industry associations, academia, and angels the model is built on a solid groundwork. Stakeholders of OctaNE are Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), STPI, STPI, STPINEXT, State Govt. of Assam, Manipur and Meghalaya, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), North Eastern Development Finance Corporation Limited (NEDFi) and Technology Incubation Centre (TIC), Tea Board of India.
Academia:IIT Guwahati, IIM Shillong, IIT Manipur, IIM Calcutta Innovation Park, Manipur University, IIIT Guwahati, NIT Shillong, NIT Manipur, Assam Agricultural University, IIM-CIP, NIELIT Shillong, NIELIT- Guwahati, NIELIT Imphal, Assam Don Bosco University, Toonz Animations, NIELIT Kolkata, Assam Rajiv Gandhi University, North Eastern Hill University.
Industry:Skills Tech Initiatives & Ventures P Ltd., Salt Lake City, Kolkata, DZ Engineering, Branch Office: Guwahati, Total Start Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Developers, Kolkata, Olatus Systems P Ltd., Guwahati, Webx Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Guwahati, Healthnine Technologies P Ltd., Kolkata, Lamzing Technologies P Ltd, Imphal, Edelstein Techno Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Imphal, Chillibreeze Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Shillong.
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By Geoffrey Smith
.com Stocks are set to open higher after Tesla (NASDAQ:) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:) both beat expectations. Itll be the turn of Amazon (NASDAQ:), AT,amp;T and Intel (NASDAQ:) later. Jobless claims are expected to show little further improvement in the U.S. labor market last week. Commodities are still rallying as the dollar falls for the ninth day out of the last 10. And Senate Republicans make progress on drafting their next round of stimulus proposals. Heres what you need to know in financial markets on Thursday, 23rd July.
1. Tesla beats, with a little help from emissions credits
Tesla beat expectations for the second quarter with a net profit of $114 million, albeit with the help of some $428 million in income from the sale of emissions credits to makers of dirtier cars.
Teslas stock rose 4.8% in premarket trading to test a new record high as speculation again intensified that it will be included in the S,amp;P 500 index, having met a key precondition of posting four successive profitable quarters.
S,amp;P didnt comment. Its regular rebalancing of the index is due on Sept. 21, although according to various reports, the relevant committee is capable of making an ad-hoc decision before then.
The company also said it had chosen a site near Austin, Texas, for a new factory that will make its planned pickup truck and Model Y crossover.
2. Jobless claims bottoming out?
After a couple of fallow days, the data calendar is a little fuller on Thursday. Topping the bill at 8:30 AM ET (1230 GMT) are the U.S. jobless claims numbers, which last week hinted at a levelling off of the improvement in the labor market, as the spread of the coronavirus across the south and west of the country triggered a new wave of restrictive measures on some businesses, notably restaurants and bars.
Initial claims are expected to be unchanged from last weeks 1.300 million, while continuing claims, which have a one-week lag against the initial claims numbers, are expected to drop to 17.067 million from 17.338 million.
At 9 AM ET, the Kansas City Fed will release its regular business survey.
Earlier in Europe, German consumer confidence registered a sharper-than-expected bounce in the wake of the governments second fiscal support package, which included a temporary cut of 3 percentage points in value-added tax and one-off payments for child support.
3. Stocks set to open higher; Big Tech earnings to continue, AT,amp;T eyed
U.S. stock markets are poised to open higher, with the late results from Tesla and to a lesser extent, Microsoft helping sentiment.
Microsoft had beaten analyst expectations with a 13% rise in sales and a net profit of $11.2 billion, although some were disappointed that sales growth at its Cloud hosting business Azure slowed to below 50%.
By 6:30 AM ET (1030 GMT), the contract was up 112 points or 0.4%, while the S,amp;P 500 futures contract was up 0.4% and the contract was up 0.9%
Thursdays earnings are headed up by Amazon and Intel after the close, and by AT,amp;T before the opening.
4. GOP stimulus proposals
Senate Leader Mitch McConnell may present the Republicans plans for the next round of fiscal stimulus as early as today, after reportedly settling differences both within the Senate and vis--vis the administration.
It still isnt clear whether the proposals will include the payroll tax cut that President Trump said he wants included, or to what extent the existing paychecks to the unemployed will be cut from the end of the month.
Nor is it yet clear whether the bills will be introduced in the Senate, or whether the GOP will first try to thrash out a compromise with the House of Representatives, where the majority Democrats have drawn up plans for as much as $3.5 trillion in fresh spending. Republicans have dismissed that number as unrealistic.
5. Commodities on a roll as dollar weakens
prices are again testing post-pandemic highs after shrugging off a surprise increase in U.S. inventories last week. The 4.9 million-barrel rise in stocks reported by the government wasnt as extreme as the American Petroleum Institutes 7.5 million-barrel estimate on Tuesday.
U.S. crude futures were up 0.2% at $41.98 a barrel, while the international benchmark was up 0.3% at $44.41 a barrel
Other commodities are still well bid, with gold closing in on the $1,900 level and silver steady above $23/oz, against a backdrop of a steadily weakening dollar.
The that tracks the greenback against a basket of developed market currencies has fallen for nine of the last 10 sessions and touched its lowest in four and a half months overnight.
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