DXC Technology Announces Leadership Appointments to Support the “new DXC”

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DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC) today presented its latest leadership appointments further strengthening the DXC leadership team, the majority being new to DXC within the last year. This team is bringing the “new DXC,” which is focused on its customers and its people, to the market as it executes the company’s transformation journey.

DXC Customer Portfolio Leadership

Over the past year, CEO Mike Salvino has recruited new IT services industry leaders who bring formidable experience delivering for customers, inspiring people, and running and growing businesses. DXC announces the following appointments and changes to the team that will run DXC’s business and lead execution of the DXC transformation journey:

  • Americas will be led byJim Brady and David Swift. Jim joined DXC in June 2020 from Accumen, where he was the COO and previously worked at Accenture and Honeywell.
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Ring announces a security camera and alarm for your car

Ring knows that it’s conquered the world of home security, and now it’s setting its sights on protecting your car. The Amazon-owned company is launching a new Car Alarm which plugs into your vehicle’s OBD port, letting it push alerts to your phone should it detect intrusion. You can even hit a button on your phone to trigger a siren to deter any nefarious types from pinching your wheels.

A sensor is nothing without a camera, which is why Ring will also sell you a dashcam. The Car Cam will offer a Tesla-esque Sentry Mode, that lets you know of bumps and break-ins, with real-time alerts and footage. For wireless connectivity, you’ll need an LTE plan, but do so and you can see Alexa alerts all over the world. 

The Car Cam won’t simply keep watch over your car while it’s parked on your driveway, or on the side of

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DXC Technology Announces Leadership Appointments to Support the “new DXC”

DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC) today presented its latest leadership appointments further strengthening the DXC leadership team, the majority being new to DXC within the last year. This team is bringing the “new DXC,” which is focused on its customers and its people, to the market as it executes the company’s transformation journey.

DXC Customer Portfolio Leadership

Over the past year, CEO Mike Salvino has recruited new IT services industry leaders who bring formidable experience delivering for customers, inspiring people, and running and growing businesses. DXC announces the following appointments and changes to the team that will run DXC’s business and lead execution of the DXC transformation journey:

  • Americas will be led by Jim Brady and David Swift. Jim joined DXC in June 2020 from Accumen, where he was the COO and previously worked at Accenture and Honeywell. David Swift joined DXC in November 2019 from Accolade where he was Chief

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Amazon announces new cloud gaming service called Luna

At its 2020 hardware event today, Amazon announced a cloud gaming platform called Luna. The news isn’t too surprising: the service has been rumored since last year, previously codenamed “Tempo,” while an Amazon-made game controller leaked out just ahead of today’s event.

It’s not clear when Luna will launch widely, but it will initially be available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, and iPhone and iPad (via web apps), with an Android version planned for after launch. Amazon says that interested users in the US can request early access to the service starting today. There’s no word on international availability.

The service will be available for an “introductory price” of $5.99 a month during its early access phase, which gives subscribers the ability to play Luna Plus channel games across two devices simultaneously and offers 4K / 60fps resolution for “select titles.” Naturally, it will be powered by AWS, Amazon’s ubiquitous

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Golden Triangle Ventures, Inc. Technology Division Announces Successful Preliminary Hemp Testing on its HyGrO Technology

LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / September 24, 2020 / Golden Triangle Ventures, Inc. (OTC PINK:TOMI) has made significant advances on its technology division under HyFrontier Technologies, Inc. The company is currently testing its HyGrO technology on many applications and plants. The company is pleased to announce the preliminary results on our CBD Hemp test with Colorado Hemp Services which is being grown with the HyGrO technology against a Control Test, now underway in Pueblo Colorado.

Travis Nelson, Principal of Colorado Hemp Services, states, “We are overly satisfied with the results we are seeing from watering our plants with HyFrontier Technologies’ HyGrO unit. We are approaching harvest soon and we are seeing a much larger flower set. We look forward to testing all the flowers at a certified testing facility to compare cannabinoid profiles after harvest. So far, the leaves on the HyGrO side of the test are greener and

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Semperis Announces Speaker Lineup for Hybrid Identity Protection 2020 Virtual Conference

Hear from Cybersecurity Experts, Microsoft MVPs, and Global 500 Companies, All Working to Solve Complex Identity Management Challenges

Semperis, the leader in identity-driven cyber resilience for enterprises, today announced its keynote lineup for Hybrid Identity Protection 2020, taking place virtually October 20-21 and 27-28. Acclaimed speakers include award-winning senior writer at WIRED and author of the book, “Sandworm,” Andy Greenberg, Partner Director of Identity Security at Microsoft, Alex Weinert, world-renowned hacker, Chris Roberts, and many other cybersecurity luminaries.

“We started the Hybrid Identity Protection conference back in 2016 with the mission to facilitate expert collaboration and knowledge sharing in the identity world,” said Semperis CEO Mickey Bresman. “Today, HIP is a thriving community of practitioners charged with defending cross-cloud and hybrid environments. This year, the HIP conference is fully digital and free, with technical workshops spread across four days. You’ll hear from cybersecurity authorities and peers working every day to

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Geometric Medical Announces Rebranding and Launch of New Website

LONDON, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Geometric Medical, a global-leading high-end medical animation and scientific video production company, unveils its company rebranding and has launched its new, full-featured website www.geometricmedical.com

Formerly called Polygon Medical Animation, the company will now be known as GEOMETRIC MEDICAL, marking the next era of a design company that has been successfully helping medical science and health brands with creative capabilities and design strategies.

“Our name is based upon the geometric shapes that structure life. These shapes act as the foundation for the art we create, combining together to form a greater picture. It is a name that reflects our exceptional team working together to form something extra special and new. It reflects our values, culture, goals, and defines how we streamline our services globally,” said Leslie Dalisay, Managing Director. “The new website captures our capabilities, experience, key competencies in animation, digital media, and

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New York AG announces police body camera reforms following Daniel Prude’s death

Sept. 21 (UPI) — New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that from now on her office will release police body camera footage when an officer kills an unarmed civilian instead of leaving the decision to do so to the local authorities.

The police reform was prompted by the death of Daniel Prude who was killed earlier this year in police custody and by the fallout caused by local officials releasing such footage months after the incident occurred.

In a press conference held on what would have been Prude’s 42nd birthday in the city where he was killed, James said her office will be taking over the responsibility of releasing the police body camera footage as leaving it to local authorities has caused confusion, delays and the hampering of transparency.

“We will no longer wait for local authorities to determine when videos should be made available to the public, and

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New York Attorney General Letitia James announces body camera reforms in response to Daniel Prude’s death

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced reforms for releasing police-worn body camera footage in response to the handling of the death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who died in March after he was seen being pinned to the ground by Rochester Police officers.

Prude’s death and the delay in the release of the video has resulted in the attorney general’s office implementing a new policy in which body camera footage will now be released earlier in the investigation process, as soon as jurisdiction has been established and the family has had a chance to see the video, James said.

Previously, releasing any body camera footage was up to the discretion of the law enforcement agency, James said, describing speculation as to whether the video connected to Prude’s death was suppressed due to the old policy as unfortunate.

Sunday would have been Prude’s 42nd birthday, James said, adding that

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