Archive for July, 2017

Envysion Improves Managed Video Solution to Include HD Analog Cameras

Monday, July 31st, 2017:

Whether they’re using IP or HD Analog camera systems, we’re proud to help [our customers] protect their employees and assets Superior, CO (PRWEB) July 31, 2017 Envysion®, the leader in restaurant video solutions, has augmented its Managed Video Solution capabilities to support a wider range of camera systems, including High Definition (HD) Analog. This enhancement provides greater flexibility in accessing higher quality video and is now more widely available for businesses to use. HD Analog delivers a higher quality video playback and is more accessible for operators than Standard Definition (SD) Analog, resulting in more cost-effective and improved remote […] Read More →

SFSU Possibly Struck By Bitcoin Mining Hacker

Monday, July 31st, 2017:

News ecosystem In a recently declassified report from February 2015, the Business and Technology Resource Group found bitcoin mining software among malware on San Francisco State University’s databases. Could this indicate that a Russian hacker was somehow harnessing SFSU’s network for hashing power? As reported by the San Francisco Examiner, in 2014, ethical hacker Bryan Seely was investigating a liability in Oracle software used by government entities when he came across a similar issue at San Francisco State University (SFSU). Per the deposition given by Seely earlier this month, a fatal server flaw made confidential student information potentially accessible to […] Read More →

Adventist Review Online | Good and Bad News About the Biblical Flood

Monday, July 31st, 2017:

July 31, 2017 Scholar discusses evidence supporting or challenging an Adventist understanding. By: Marcos Paseggi, Adventist Review Below is the third report on the North-American Division Faith & Science Conference, which took place in St. George, Utah, United States, from July 6-13.—Adventist Review “If you believe in the biblical flood, let me tell you that I have good and bad news for you,” said Loma Linda University Biology and Paleontology Professor Leonard Brand at the beginning of his presentation on that precise topic. Brand is a seasoned researcher in taphonomy—a branch of paleontology that studies the processes of fossilization and […] Read More →

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