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Eye For a Talent - HR Predictions

The rules are being rewritten. Everything is becoming digital. The global human capital trends are changing. The predictions of 2018 are coming extra challenging, transformational and innovative. 496 more words


Plenty on the line for Cirkunov at UFC's Winnipeg event

Exactly one year ago, Misha Cirkunov was basking in the warm afterglow of his most recent dominant win, waiting expectantly to see what Santa Claus Dana White would leave for him in the form of a new UFC contract. 955 more words


SGI Webinar Recording: Navigating the ICCR and SGI Websites

During our November member meeting, we announced our plan to conduct quarterly webinars to educate SGI Members on ICCR issues and processes. At the time, we agreed to start with an orientation of ICCR’s and SGI’s websites. 71 more words


Join Us: The Path to High Performance NFV Deployments

Deploying network functions virtualization (NFV) offers a host of benefits for telecommunication service providers, such as lowering costs, increasing flexibility, and speeding time-to market. And some of the largest service providers in the world are already reaping those benefits, by transforming from big-iron networks to cloud-based, software centric virtualized networks. 177 more words

Red Hat

📞 Webinar: Delays in Diagnosis of Pituitary Tumors: Why They Happen and Steps to Prevent Them

Presented by

Kenneth M. De Los Reyes MD, MSc
Assistant Professor
Co-director of Skull Base Surgery
Director of Quality Assurance
Department of Neurosurgery
Loma Linda University Medical Center… 99 more words

Interviews, Meetings And Conferences

BioBE Design Champs

Two weeks ago I participated in a BioBE Design Champs webinar on Daylight and Microbes.  Find out more here.


Bruce Schneier - Pridružite se stručnjaku za sajber bezbednost

Webinar: Petogodišnji pregled i predviđanja za narednu godinu

Rаsprаvljаće se o trendovimа i pričаmа koje su definisаle sаjber sigurnost u 2017. godini, i pričaće se o tome štа možemo da očekujemo u 2018. 89 more words