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Running R in the Oracle Database by @brendantierney

A quick introduction to Oracle R Enterprise and some of the things you can do with it.

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miércoles, 23 de diciembre de 2015

Por Revista ITNOW: ¿Cuándo será el apagón analógico en Costa Rica?


La Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones ha respaldado la decisión de Costa Rica en referente a la fecha establecida para el apagón analógico, programada para el 15 de diciembre de 2017 a la media noche, hora local.

Fuente: Róger Gutiérrez, http://revistaitnow.com

El Gobierno de Costa Rica, por medio del Viceministerio de Telecomunicaciones, presentó al país una propuesta de “Hoja de Ruta para la transición de la Televisión Analógica a la Televisión Digital Terrestre (TDT)”, elaborada por la Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones (UIT), y el Banco de Desarrollo para América Latina (CAF).

Esta respalda el cumplimiento de la fecha establecida, 15 de diciembre de 2017, para el apagón analógico en el país. Por tanto, el Ministerio de Ciencia, Tecnología y Telecomunicaciones afirma que llevaun control permanente del cronograma propuesto y se trabaja en la preparación y mitigación de las dificultades que se prevén que ocurra al momento del evento.

Uno de los análisis que se hacen para este día es el de segregar los apagones por zona, con el objetivo de que el proceso permita los correctivos técnicos necesarios, graduar el impacto y garantizar la inclusión de manera paulatina hasta cumplir con todo el territorio nacional.

Esta Hoja de Ruta reúne una serie de valoraciones sobre aspectos trascendentales en el marco de la transición, que considera las mejores prácticas desarrolladas en los diversos países que han adoptado un estándar para la televisión digital.

Dentro de las principales recomendaciones, destacan los “acuerdos para la adquisición de equipos receptores de TDT en las viviendas y en particular para las poblaciones con menores recursos”; adicionalmente, el documento sugiere adoptar “medidas para una amplia campaña de comunicación, información y sensibilización de la población sobre la transición digital y su impacto en términos de oferta de nuevos programas y las necesidades de equipos receptores de TDT”.

“Sin duda las ventajas de la Televisión Digital son amplias, los costarricenses podrán acceder a mejor calidad en imagen, sonido y alta definición. Los acuerdos y medidas adoptadas serán siempre en beneficio de la población, ese es el propósito del MICITT, que cada vez más tengamos un mejor uso del espectro y la Hoja de Ruta se direcciona hacia esta meta, un proceso de alfabetización digital completo y transparente” afirmó el ministro del MICITT, Marcelo Jenkins.

Esta propuesta fue elaborada en el marco del proyecto “Apoyo a la Transición de la Radiodifusión Analógica a la Radiodifusión Digital en la Región de Las Américas”, y contempla el desarrollo de herramientas y políticas de radiodifusión, así como de capacidades humanas e institucionales; para contribuir en el desarrollo de planes de trabajo que faciliten la transición a la Televisión Digital de países miembros de CAF.

Costa Rica fue seleccionada como parte de esta iniciativa en el 2015, lo que permitió contar con la asesoría de un experto en televisión digital designado por la UIT.

Oracle Set to Build a Cutting-Edge Cloud Campus in Austin, Texas

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Oracle Set to Build a Cutting-Edge Cloud Campus in Austin, Texas
Part of Global Hiring Initiative to Drive Oracle Cloud Expansion and Attract Top Millennial Talent

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Dec 22, 2015

To keep pace with rapid cloud growth, Oracle unveiled plans to construct a next-generation technology campus in Austin, Texas. The company also confirmed that it will purchase housing for employees to live affordably and conveniently nearby. Today’s announcement underscores Oracle’s commitment to its employees and to the cloud, as the company continues to hire aggressively around the world.

Bolstered by the new campus, Oracle will expand its team in Austin by more than 50 percent over the next few years. Job opportunities will largely be driven by growth in Oracle’s cloud sales organization, Oracle Direct. Recruitment efforts will focus on recent university graduates and technical professionals at early stages in their career.

“Austin was a natural choice for Oracle to invest and grow,” said Scott Armour, Senior Vice President, Oracle Direct. “We already have a high-performing employee base in the region, and the surrounding technology community is teeming with creative and innovative thinkers. Our state-of-the-art campus will be designed to inspire, support and attract top talent – with a special focus on the needs of millennials.”

“What Oracle is doing in Austin reinforces what I’m talking about when I say that great cities do big things, especially in the technology sector,” said Austin Mayor Steve Adler. “With this significant investment, Oracle demonstrates that it believes in Austin and its future, and it’s serious about creating fantastic job opportunities in our community. I look forward to working with major employers like Oracle to tackle our biggest challenges, including Mobility and Affordability.”

“We’re positioning the State of Texas to become a home for innovation and technology,” said Texas Governor Greg Abbott. “Thanks to our skilled workforce, combined with our low-tax and low-regulation environment, one of the largest tech companies in the world has chosen to expand in Austin. As Governor, I will continue to pursue policies that invite the expansion and relocation of tech companies to Texas.”

Oracle plans to collaborate with local firms to design and build the campus in a phased approach which will include consolidation of our facilities from Oregon. During phase one, the 560,000-square-foot complex and parking development will be constructed on the waterfront of Austin’s Lady Bird Lake. An adjacent 295-unit apartment building will be purchased for employee housing options and to support a work-life balance.

MySQL Partner Jump-start Webcast Series - Part 2


By Claudia Nastase-Oracle on Dec 23, 2015

Please join us for the second part of our monthly MySQL Partner Jump-start Webcast Series that will keep you up to date with the latest MySQL strategy, product offerings and go-to-market programs specifically for partners. You can register for the last two webcasts here:

FBI: Former Morgan Stanley Financial Adviser Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court for Illegally Accessing Confidential Client Information

Former Morgan Stanley Financial Adviser Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court for Illegally Accessing Confidential Client Information

U.S. Attorney’s Office
  • Southern District of New York
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that GALEN MARSH was sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to pay $600,000 in restitution for obtaining confidential client information from his employer, Morgan Stanley, by gaining unauthorized access to certain of Morgan Stanley’s computer systems. MARSH pled guilty on September 21, 2015, to an Information charging him with exceeding his authorized access to Morgan Stanley’s computer systems and was sentenced today by United States District Judge Kevin Thomas Duffy.

According to the Information, other submissions filed in Manhattan federal court, and other statements made in open court:

MARSH was employed in the private wealth management division of Morgan Stanley, initially as a Customer Service Associate (“CSA”) and then as a Financial Advisor (“FA”). In that capacity, MARSH worked as part of a group of CSAs and FAs at Morgan Stanley’s Manhattan office (the “Group”) that provided financial and investment services to particular private wealth management clients. Other similarly structured groups within the private wealth management division provided the same services to Morgan Stanley’s other private wealth management clients (together with the Group’s clients, the “Clients”).

Morgan Stanley maintained certain computer systems to manage confidential account information regarding the Clients. Like other FAs and CSAs, MARSH was authorized to access the Client information maintained in Morgan Stanley’s computer systems only with respect to Clients of his own Group. From June 2011 through December 2014, MARSH used Morgan Stanley’s computer systems to access, without permission or authority, confidential information about certain Clients serviced by FAs and CSAs outside of his Group. In order to obtain this unauthorized access to confidential Client information, MARSH used the identification numbers of other Morgan Stanley branches, groups, and FAs in the computer systems. MARSH conducted a total of approximately 6,000 unauthorized searches in the computer systems, and thereby obtained confidential Client information, including names, addresses, telephone numbers, account numbers, fixed-income investment information, and account values, of approximately 730,000 Client accounts. Over a series of dates from June 2011 through December 2014, MARSH uploaded the confidential Client information from Morgan Stanley to a personal server at his home in New Jersey.

MARSH illegally accessed the Bank’s confidential client information in order to use it for his personal advantage as a private wealth management adviser at the Bank. From October 2013 through December 2014, MARSH was engaged in discussions regarding potential employment with two other financial institutions that are competitors of the Bank.

As part of the sentence imposed today by Judge Duffy, MARSH, 31, of Hoboken, New Jersey, was ordered to forfeit certain computer hardware that he used in the commission of the offense and to pay restitution to Morgan Stanley in the amount of $600,000.

Mr. Bharara praised the investigative work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The prosecution of this case is being handled by the Office’s Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit. Assistant United States Christine Magdo is in charge of the prosecution.

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