Video Conferencing Endpoint Market : Rising Trends with Top Countries Data, Technology and Business Outlook 2020 to 2026

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Sep 29, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Video Conferencing Endpoint Market” is valued at 1691.5 million USD in 2020 is expected to reach 1802.3 million USD by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 0.9% during 2021-2026, According to New Research Study. 360 Research Reports provides key analysis on the global market in a report, titled “Video Conferencing Endpoint Market by Types (Collaboration Room Endpoints, Collaboration personal Endpoints), Applications (Education – Public/Private, Consulting/Professional Services, High Tech, Government (Non-Military), Manufacturing, Financial Services, Healthcare) and Region – Global Forecast to 2026” Browse Market data Tables and Figures spread through 118 Pages and in-depth TOC on Video Conferencing Endpoint Market.

COVID-19 can affect the global economy in three main ways: by directly affecting production and demand, by creating supply chain and market disruption, and by its financial impact

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Delhi govt to challenge HC order on providing free gadgets and internet; will seek clarity on funding from Centre – education top

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Less than a week after the Delhi high court directed private unaided schools in the national capital to provide gadgets and internet connections to poor students for online classes and claim reimbursement from the Delhi government in accordance with the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009, the government is likely to challenge the order in the Supreme Court.

Officials in the Delhi government’s education department confirmed to HT that they have decided to file an appeal before the Supreme Court, challenging the HC’s division bench’s September 18 order on the grounds that it has not laid down clear reimbursement guidelines for the Centre.

“While the Delhi high court has asked the schools to claim reimbursement from the state government within eight weeks of the supply of gadgets or internet, there are clear directions on how and when the Centre will reimburse the state. The Delhi government will request the apex

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Passive Authentication Market Outlook By Industry Size, Share, Revenue, Regions and Top Key Players Analysis-Global Forecast till 2023

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Sep 02, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Passive Authentication Market Research Report Information, By Component (Solution, Services), Deployment (On-premise, Cloud), Organization Size, Vertical (BFSI, Government, IT & Telecom, Healthcare, Media and Entertainment) – Global Forecast till 2023

The global passive authentication market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.6% during the forecast period and reach $1351.3 million by 2023.Enterprises install Context Directory Agent (CDA) in the enterprise network to collect user identity information. This information is collected when users log into the network. This type of identity mapping is considered passive identity mapping. With passive authentication, the user identity is obtained by checking a mapping of IP addresses to user identity. Authentication is passive because the user is not prompted to provide credentials.

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Mobile Encryption Market Outlook – Rising Demand, Share, Trends, Growth, Opportunities and Top Key 2023 | Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

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Sep 02, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Mobile Encryption Market, by Component (Solution, Services), by Application (Disk Encryption, File/Folder Encryption, Cloud Encryption), by Deployment Type (On-premises, Cloud), by Enterprise Size (SMEs, Large Enterprises), by Vertical (BFSI, Aerospace and Defense, Telecom, Others) — Global Forecast till 2023

Market Synopsis:

The Global Mobile Encryption Market was valued at USD 705.2 million in 2017 and is exected to reach USD 3,013.3 million by the end of forecast period with a CAGR of 27.75%.The rising number of data frauds and increasing data security risks is creating demand for mobile encryption market. Mobile encryption protects data stored in mobile devices thus making the data unusable in the wrong hands. Compliance requirements across organizations make it necessary to encrypt data in order to avoid penalties for data breaches. One of the most important factors for

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The Top Technology Trends Driving Open Networking

VP of Engineering at NVIDIA. Previously President and Chief Product Officer at Cumulus Networks before it’s acquisition by NVIDIA

Open networking is at the center of macro trends that are driving some of today’s biggest conversations around the future of the data center. According to a SDxCentral article that cites research from the 650 Group, “Open networking revenue (excluding hyperscalers) is expected to reach $1.35 billion by 2023, with a compound annual growth rate of 33% between 2019 and 2023.” It’s clear that adopting open networking has been on many company’s to-do list for a while now, and with the Covid-19 pandemic forcing businesses into a “digital acceleration,” we’re seeing companies double down on the technology.

The rise of hybrid and multicloud strategies is driving companies to reconsider the way their data centers are structured. As businesses decide where to run their applications, both legacy and new, data center

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Top 10 Data Center Stories of the Month: August 2020

Hackers Can Turn Off Your Dell Servers Remotely Using the Newly Found iDRAC Vulnerability – Researchers who found the path transversal vulnerability also found hundreds of exposed servers via the internet.

Nutanix’s Hyperconverged Infrastructure Comes to AWS – The world’s second most popular HCI software now available as a service running in AWS data centers.

New RISC-V CTO On Open Source Chip Architecture’s Global Data Center Momentum – With more big international players on board, the foundation’s new head of technology sees signs of “state of the art moving forward.”

Renewed Interest in OpenStack Bare Metal Project Ironic, as Software Moves Closer to Hardware – “As long as we have access to x86 or Arm, we can run Linux, and Linux can run anything.”

Is Kubernetes Changing Data Centers in Perceptible Ways? – Containerization has promised to carry the torch further after virtualization catalyzed a re-imagining of the data center.

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NetApp (NTAP) Q1 Earnings & Revenues Top Estimates, Stock Up

NetApp, Inc. NTAP reported first-quarter fiscal 2021 non-GAAP earnings of 73 cents per share, which surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 82.5%. Moreover, the bottom line improved 12% from the year-ago quarter. The growth can be attributed to increase in revenue base.

Revenues of $1.303 billion increased 5% year over year, outpacing the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 13.5%. The improvement was driven by strength in File, Block and Object Software, and Public Cloud Services, which per management “outperformed the market.” Nevertheless, unfavorable foreign exchange movement limited growth by “one point.”

Region wise, the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific accounted for 54%, 29% and 16% of total revenues, respectively.

Direct and Indirect revenues represented 22% and 78%, respectively, of total revenues.

Stock Up on Encouraging Q2 View

NetApp is banking on improvement in adoption of Public Cloud Services offerings.

The company anticipates non-GAAP earnings for second-quarter fiscal 2021 between 66

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US Navy’s top research office makes investment in digital twins

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Navy’s top research office is partnering with industry on a project designed to allow Navy operators to take full advantage of a ship’s electrical system to meet mission-critical needs.

Under a new $9.2 million contract awarded by the Office of Naval Research in late July to a partnership between Navatek and the University of South Carolina, the collaboration will research power and energy systems, as well as develop digital twins of Navy ships. Those digital twins will give the Navy insight into all the smaller systems aboard the ship and how they will react if an action is taken.

“When you put many hundreds or thousands of … wires and communication systems, etc., they all interfere with each other,” said Hossein Haj-Hariri, dean of USC’s College of Engineering and Computing. “So in order to understand basically what happens if you turn a knob here — do

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$1,500 Invested in These 3 Top Tech Stocks Could Make You Rich in 10 Years

We’ve all heard the old joke: “The fastest to make $1 million in the stock market is to start with $2 million.” The fact is, nothing could be further from the truth. Investing in quality companies over time has a well-documented track record of success, and remains the surest way of generating wealth over the long term.

And you don’t need to have billionaire-level money like Jeff Bezos or Warren Buffett in order to strike it rich on Wall Street. If you have $1,500 in disposable cash (though any amount will do) that you don’t need for immediate expenses or to top off your emergency fund, putting it to work in these three top tech stocks could make you rich over the next decade. Let’s find out a little more about these three companies and what makes them such good investments.

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1. Twilio

While Twilio (NYSE:

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Top 10 health gadgets according to consumer reviews

Advances in digital healthcare have forever changed the way we take care of our physical and mental wellbeing. These health gadgets, reviewed by consumers, confirms.

1. Wearable blood pressure monitor by OMRON

Yes, it’s a watch, again! But what makes this watch so different is that it is a little bit different from most. Designed by Japanese company OMRON, this smartwatch aims to take accurate blood pressure readings and sends the data to the HeartAdvisor app on your phone. It’s not just about accuracy though, reviewers like it does not require having to place wires or cuffs around their forearms, which translates to comfort and ease.

The flexible armband is made out of synthetic material, expands, inflates, and deflates, allowing you to take manual readings or schedule them according to your preference – even during sleep. It is  FDA-cleared and takes around 30 to 40 seconds to produce a

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