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ZINFI Partner Management Software Named Leader in G2 Report

ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.
ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.
ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.

Validated reviews from G2 user community and data aggregated from online sources and social networks earn ZINFI platform consistently high scores across all metrics, including 98% for Quality of Support

PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fall 2020 scores from G2, the world’s leading business solutions review website, have again placed ZINFI solidly in the “Leaders” quadrant for Best Partner Management Software. G2 scores are based on the responses of real, verified users from the G2 user community. Of 13 vendors with at least 25 reviews, ZINFI’s partner relationship management platform is one of

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2020 / Action 1 Restoration is pleased to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website. This is in keeping with their desire to be a company that is always progressive and strives to give their customers the best possible experience when working with them. The main focus of the new website was to make it as user friendly as possible and to provide potential customers with many useful resources. This reputable New York-based restoration company has assembled teams of the best contractors from coast to coast that are ready to respond quickly to any type of water, storm, or fire damage situations.

The company’s CEO, Eduardo Sapp, says, “We are always looking for ways to improve our services and to enhance our customers’ experience with us. A big part of that is having a modern website that’s easy to navigate around

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DUBLIN, Ohio, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Emergency Medical Products (EMP) launched their new-and-improved website on October 4, 2020. The fully-responsive site offers a seamless online shopping experience on virtually any device. Enhanced functionality and features allow users to effortlessly place orders at buyemp.com.

The website offers easy-to-use search and navigation functions to help users shop over 8,000 medical and safety products. Capabilities like faceted search help easily and efficiently filter down to the perfect product, while the product availability feature provides an accurate stock status of the desired item.

There are a number of other notable site proficiencies that deserve recognition. The improved Loyalty Rewards Program allows users to earn points on every product purchased online, and redeem those points for credit on future orders. Multiple supply lists can be created and shared for quick and easy ordering of frequently purchased items. Finally, self-serve reports enable customers

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Four JavaScript npm packages contained malicious code that collected user details and uploaded the information to a public GitHub page.

The four packages where this malicious code was identified included:

  • electorn: 255 downloads
  • lodashs: 78 downloads
  • loadyaml: 48 downloads
  • loadyml: 37 downloads

All four packages were developed by the same user (simplelive12) and uploaded on the npm portal in August. Two packages (lodashsloadyml) were removed by the author shortly after publication, but not before they infected some users.

The remainder packages, electorn and loadyaml, were removed last week, on October 1, by the npm security team following a report from Sonatype, a company that monitors public package repositories as part of its developer security operations (DevSecOps) services.

According to Sonatype security researcher Ax Sharma, the four malicious packages used a technique known as typosquatting to get

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a close up of a sign: Google first announced the Fitbit acquisition in November 2019. Reuters


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Google first announced the Fitbit acquisition in November 2019. Reuters

  • Google is expected to win EU approval for its $2.1 billion Fitbit deal after it addressed competition and data concerns, Reuters reported.
  • The internet giant has promised it will not use Fitbit data to personalize adverts for 10 years, according to a Financial Times report.
  • It will also ensure competitors can use its Android and Cloud platforms, according to people familiar with the matter.
  • The EU opened a four-month long investigation into Google’s acquisition of Fitbit in August. The deal was first announced in November 2019.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of wearables company Fitbit appears to have cleared a major hurdle.

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It will be cleared by EU antitrust regulators after the tech giant agreed Tuesday to restrict how it uses customer data, according to multiple reports.

Google promised regulators

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Mobile device management outfit Jamf has revealed it will be rolling out an updated version of Jamf Connect 2.0 that will overhaul the identity management tool, including the addition of using Touch ID and Face ID on an iPhone for user authentication on Macs.

Revealed during the virtual Jamf Nation User Conference on Tuesday, Jamf Connect 2.0 is a major update of the company’s account and identity management tools for large networks. The system, which enables for a user account to be provisioned to a device and authenticated throughout a corporate network, has been given some upgrades that take advantage of cloud computing and alternative authentication systems, including elements users are already familiar with using.

Version 2.0 will use a single cloud-based set of identity credentials for users, which will be used throughout the network’s hardware. In theory it will help produce a more seamless authentication experience for

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History of End User Programming

May 4, 2020 | programming | No Comments

1960s

In the 1960s Dartmouth BASIC programming language [7] was designed and implemented at Dartmouth College by John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz. Over time BASIC became a popular language for home users, and business use, it introduced many people to programming as a hobby or career. Many of the modern concepts of computer graphics, dynamic objects and object oriented programming were prototyped by Ivan Sutherland in 1963 in Sketchpad [13][14]. In the mid 1960s Seymour Papert, a mathematician who had been working with Piaget in Geneva, came to the United States where he co-founded the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory with Marvin Minsky. Papert worked with the team from Bolt, Beranek and Newman, led by Wallace Feurzeig that created the first version of Logo [25] in 1967. In the late sixties Alan Kay [2][3][17] used the term ‘personal computer’ and created a concept prototype, the FLEX Machine, he also envisaged a … Read More

The success of any website is by a large margin pegged on the look and functionality of its major interface elements. However, many web designers miss this important fact in their designs. A website should be designed with the users in mind since they are likely to move to other websites if they find it tough to interact with your website. A website’s credibility and the brand in general risk being then dented with the conversion rates suffering a blow as well. It is therefore important that every web designer observes the following considerations when working on the website’s user interfaces for the best user experiences.

1. Place Navigation Bars and Search Boxes Strategically: Navigation bars are better used when designing smaller websites as they are likely to cause navigational problems when used in relatively larger and content-rich websites. Instead, use search boxes that have to be easily visible. Please … Read More

A user-driven approach to visualisation, modelling, and programming can improve software and ease it’s creation and maintenance. Translation then becomes posible from the user’s representation to a software representation, and from design to implementation.

For User Driven Programming, ‘user’ can mean individual and/or organisation. The technique can be applied soonest to modelling/programming problems that require calculation. E.g. scientific, engineering, and business problems. The basis of the technique is enabling the information to be represented in a structured format e.g. XML (eXtensible Markup Language), RDF (Resourece Description Framework), RSS (this can stand for 3 different things – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_(file_format), and OWL (Web Ontology Language). Visualisation and interaction with the information can be enabled in a standardised way because the information is structured. This enables diagrammatic editing for modelling/programming. Careful structuring of the information and models/programs simplifies the modelling/programming process. A translation process from abstract/domain models to code can then be provided using … Read More