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Clarification on recent SSRF vulnerability report

Liferay - Wed, 06/27/2018 - 20:59

The report appeared recently on various security related sites and it is being "promoted" via social media networks such as Twitter. It talks about a perceived vulnerability for the pingback functionality in the blogs functionality in the Portal product (you can find a detailed description of blog pingbacks on Wikipedia).

As the report itself provides very little information about the perceived vulnerability and basically no information about the potential impact area and the related risks, we feel we need to make those clear.

First, this perceived vulnerability only applies to the blogs pingback functionality.  It does not indicate a XML-RPC vulnerability in any other area of the Liferay Portal product. Liferay Portal has an explicit registry of allowed methods that can be executed thru the /xmlrpc end point.  Out of the box, the only possible command to be executed thru this channel is the blogs pingback capability.  There is no way for users to perform arbitrary remote code executions. The vulnerability relies on the fact that an URL may be attached to a comment that is added when a pingback request is processed .

Second, blog pingbacks explicitly allows for anonymous users to add comments to blogs.  If you do not desire this capability for your blog, there is a setting in portal.properties that explicitly disables pingbacks.  Specifically, set the value of blogs.pingbacks.enabled=false in your portal-ext.properties.

We are currently working on a final resolution but the work around mentioned above will prevent the vulnerability from being exploited.

Milen Dyankov 2018-06-28T01:59:00Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

Clarification on recent SSRF vulnerability report

Liferay - Wed, 06/27/2018 - 13:59

The report appeared recently on various security related sites and it is being "promoted" via social media networks such as Twitter. It talks about a perceived vulnerability for the pingback functionality in the blogs functionality in the Portal product (you can find a detailed description of blog pingbacks on Wikipedia).

As the report itself provides very little information about the perceived vulnerability and basically no information about the potential impact area and the related risks, we feel we need to make those clear.

First, this perceived vulnerability only applies to the blogs pingback functionality.  It does not indicate a XML-RPC vulnerability in any other area of the Liferay Portal product. Liferay Portal has an explicit registry of allowed methods that can be executed thru the /xmlrpc end point.  Out of the box, the only possible command to be executed thru this channel is the blogs pingback capability.  There is no way for users to perform arbitrary remote code executions. The vulnerability relies on the fact that an URL may be attached to a comment that is added when a pingback request is processed .

Second, blog pingbacks explicitly allows for anonymous users to add comments to blogs.  If you do not desire this capability for your blog, there is a setting in portal.properties that explicitly disables pingbacks.  Specifically, set the value of blogs.pingbacks.enabled=false in your portal-ext.properties.

We are currently working on a final resolution but the work around mentioned above will prevent the vulnerability from being exploited.

Milen Dyankov 2018-06-27T18:59:00Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

Fundraising with CiviCRM: Improve Your Nonprofit's Ask with A/B Testing

CiviCRM - Wed, 06/27/2018 - 11:28

Just because your nonprofit's email communications are interesting to you (the person who most likely created them!) doesn't mean they will be interesting to your community. Is your call to action clear? Is your imagery inspiring and connected to your content?

Remove the guesswork from your email marketing strategy by using CiviCRM's A/B email testing feature.

Through A/B testing you can evaluate:

Categories: CRM

Fundraising with CiviCRM: Tie Your Nonprofit's Fundraising Efforts Together with CiviCampaign

CiviCRM - Wed, 06/27/2018 - 11:15

Your nonprofit doesn't have just one fundraising strategy. You have many. Think events, donor letters and appeals, e-newsletter blasts, planned giving, and capital campaigns. Each of these strategies typically targets a specific segment of your community, even if the funds raised impact the same budget line.

Categories: CRM

Fundraising with CiviCRM: Promote Honorary Giving

CiviCRM - Wed, 06/27/2018 - 10:57

We all give to causes because we care, but we may care more about the person who's asking us than the cause our money is going to. That's completely fine and completely normal. Nowadays nearly one-third of all online donations come from peer-to-peer campaigns, which are especially effective for Millenials and Gen X. 

Categories: CRM

Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Open Source at OSCON

Open Source Initiative - Tue, 06/26/2018 - 19:20

OSCON (Open Source Convention) has been the focal point of the open source movement. The inception of OSCON came from an event focused on Perl and grew to cover the other scripting languages. It has since evolved into the destination for all things free and open. The event has also provided a platform for the launch of major initiatives such as Kubernetes 1.0 and OpenStack—both announced at OSCON.

This is a special year for OSCON, as the event will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary. OSCON will take place in Portland, Oregon, with training and tutorials happening July 16-17, and the conference happening July 18-19.

The Open Source Initiative (OSI), in conjunction with OSCON, will be celebrating our shared 20th Anniversary in July 18th. The OSI will be hosting a day of community-led lightning talks, open source related activities (historic exhibits, timelines, photo booths, etc.), culminating with an after party, “20 Years, Time for Cheers!”, right after the Booth Crawl.

The OSI is organizing three main activities for OSCON:

  • Lightning talks: OSI community members will provide lightning talks to share how they are engaging with the open source community and finding success.
  • Stickers and Swag: We’ll have a dedicated space for our community to share promotional materials about their organizations, and open source projects.
  • After Party: All OSCON attendees are invited to our after party for “Cupcakes and Cocktails.” We want to celebrate this historic milestone for our community.

OSCON Expo Plus passes are now available for FREE using the promo code EXPOFREE, or using the promo code “OSI20” to get 20% off any regular pass:

https://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/oscon-or/public/register

The Expo Plus pass gives access to the “Open Source Anniversary” track (organized by the OSI) in room F149, while the regular pass gives access to OSCON’s "Open Source Past, Present, and Future" track, in room E146.

The OSI will also be celebrating the Anniversary at the Community Leadership Summit, held just before OSCON (July 14-15). The event is free to attend, but registration is required:

http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/

OSCON continues to be the catalyst for innovation, bringing together large corporations and grass-roots communities to share insights and foster change. Open source helps technology to thrive, and in its 20th year, OSCON continues on with the tradition of bringing the latest technological advances and a path to successfully implement open source.

Categories: Open Source

SnapLogic and Forrester: The ABCs of Digital Transformation

SnapLogic - Tue, 06/26/2018 - 14:32

The webcast we recently hosted with Forrester, Considerations for a Strategic Digital Transformation Road Map, not only explained the larger picture issues that many executives struggle with but it also gave a lot of practical examples of how any company can develop a strategic digital transformation plan. Dr. Paul Miller, a senior analyst from Forrester,[...] Read the full article here.

The post SnapLogic and Forrester: The ABCs of Digital Transformation appeared first on SnapLogic.

Categories: ETL

SAML 2 Setup Notes

Liferay - Tue, 06/26/2018 - 12:57

Just a quick blog, likely one that I would want to add to over time...

Cluster Notes

When setting up a Liferay cluster for SAML, before enabling you should connect to each node and, in the SAML Config control panel, create the certificate.

Do this on all nodes before enabling SAML in the cluster.

If you don't, some nodes will work but others will generate NullPointerExceptions on org.opensaml.xml.security.keyinfo.KeyInfoGeneratorManager.getFactory() method.  In fact, if you get this NPE on this class, your first check should be the SAML Config to ensure the node has a cert created.

David H Nebinger 2018-06-26T17:57:00Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

Joomla 3.8.10 Release

Joomla! - Tue, 06/26/2018 - 10:45

Joomla 3.8.10 is now available. This is a bug fix release addressing one bug introduced into 3.8.9 which affects Windows servers.

Categories: CMS

Joomla 3.8.9 Release

Joomla! - Tue, 06/26/2018 - 08:40

Joomla 3.8.9 is now available. This is a security release which addresses 2 security vulnerabilities and contains over 50 bug fixes and improvements.

Categories: CMS

Article 13 – An Existential Threat

Open Source Initiative - Mon, 06/25/2018 - 08:57

As Europe's latest copyright proposal heads to a critical vote on June 20-21, more than 70 Internet and computing luminaries have spoken out against a dangerous provision, Article 13, that would require Internet platforms to automatically filter uploaded content.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a letter from more than 70 leaders in the emerging meshed society (including me) which criticises Article 13 of the European Union’s proposed new copyright regulations. This Article starts from the assumption that the only role of an individual is to consume copyrighted works and hence deduces that any act of publication on the part of an indivdual must be infringing the copyrights of a corporation unless proven otherwise. The text doesn’t state things that clearly, but the effect is unmistakeable. It’s as if a politician was proposing to ban syringes because addicts use them, without considering that hospitals do too.

The regulations go on to use the power of “safe harbour” – an increasingly popular legislative device that grants delay or immunity from prosecution as a party to an offence to a company if it can demonstrate it has taken specified actions. For example. it’s “safe harbour” that induces YouTube to take down your videos when a copyright holder asserts the bird song in the background is in fact a song they published. Getting that video re-posted involves you, an individual, taking on terrifying potential liability in the event the copyright holder litigates so YouTube can be absolved of it.

In the case of the EU proposal things aren’t even that good – there’s no way for a platform to discharge liability and no appeals process specified, so any match in the filter will always mean a take-down you can’t fix. As the EFF say, “What began as a bad idea offered up to copyright lobbyists as a solution to an imaginary “value gap” has now become an outright crisis for future of the Internet as we know it.”

This applies equally to open source communities. If Article 13 endures, every project may need to apply trigger-happy filtering and default censorship to bug reports, code commits, forum postings and pretty much every other element of normal community discourse. The service would of necessity have to be expensively acquired from proprietary vendors using opaquely-maintained databases and invisible algortithms. The financial risk of not doing so would be immense and the burden of doing so would be prohibitive.

While changes have been made to the proposed rules to allegedly make space for open source projects, they are ineffective since they are not sufficiently conclusive to real project leaders and hosts; for example, they assume open source projects are “non-commercial”. It’s potentially an existential threat to open source projects across Europe.

As the letter states,

We support the consideration of measures that would improve the ability for creators to receive fair remuneration for the use of their works online. But we cannot support Article 13, which would mandate Internet platforms to embed an automated infrastructure for monitoring and censorship deep into their networks. For the sake of the Internet’s future, we urge you to vote for the deletion of this proposal.

Both personally and on behalf of the Open Source Initiative, I urge the European Parliament to do this, and to strike Article 13 from this regulation to save Europe’s open source communities from having an inherent disadvantage on the world stage. The misguided rules may have passed in committee, but they must not be allowed to pass through the European Parliament.

If you’d like to tell the MEP’s from your country your views on this, please visit saveyourinternet.eu – you have until July 3rd.

Image credit: "og-copyrightbot-hd.png" is a derivative of "og-copyrightbot-hd.png", via Electronic Frontier Foundation, and used with permission under a Creative Commons with Attribution (CC-By) license.

This article was originally published in Meshed Insights, and was made possible by Patreon patrons.

Categories: Open Source

It’s no myth, part 2: How to avoid a Sisyphean enterprise integration environment

SnapLogic - Thu, 06/21/2018 - 13:04

Sisyphean: A task that is both laborious and futile. Sound familiar? As it turns out, integrating data and applications can be epically perilous. For starters, you’ve got to battle technology that is inherently hydra-like, with each integration requiring two interfaces that must be built and maintained. And, as your data and application integration needs grow,[...] Read the full article here.

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Categories: ETL

Forrester on digital transformation – Public cloud spending in hypergrowth

SnapLogic - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 15:03

Our recent webcast, Considerations for a Strategic Digital Transformation Road Map, tackled what “digital transformation” really means and how you can benefit from taking a strategic approach to digital transformation at your company. Getting into the more nuts-and-bolts of this topic, guest Dr. Paul Miller, a senior analyst from Forrester, and Diletta D’Onofrio, who heads[...] Read the full article here.

The post Forrester on digital transformation – Public cloud spending in hypergrowth appeared first on SnapLogic.

Categories: ETL

Update on Joomla 4

Joomla! - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 07:25

Following the release of Joomla 4.0 Alpha 3, the Joomla 4 Working Group has published below a status update on the anticipated release of Joomla 4.

Categories: CMS

Announcing the new Community Blogs and Forums

Liferay - Tue, 06/19/2018 - 01:41

When we sat down to create the community.liferay.com site we had some ambitious goals in mind. We wanted to build a place where the community could feel at home. We wanted them to know that they're important and that we care. We wanted them to be able to connect and learn from each other.

In order to accomplish that vision we had to give one step at a time. We started by crafting a modern and functional experience, where users would be able to know better the whole family of Liferay projects and stay on the loop with the most relevant news.

We like to eat our own dog food so we decided to use Electric and WeDeploy to build that site. After we launched, everybody loved it and we continued to improve and add new sections like the User Groups

Now we're very excited to announce the new Community Blogs and Forums!

This is a huge step for us, we migrated over 10 years of data with more than 2,300 blog entries and 388,000 forum posts .

We also moved the whole site to use Liferay Portal CE and, while we could have used Liferay DXP to built it, we decided to use the Community Edition to prove how powerful and valuable this version still is. In the infrastructure side, we continued to use WeDeploy, but now with a much more robust stack of services, databases, and backups.

New Forums

For the forums we're using pretty much the same concept as before. All content is available for you to read and search through. If you want to create a post or leave a comment, you just have to login with your liferay.com account.

The biggest improvements here are on the user experience level. We're using the built-in interface found on Liferay Portal CE which makes it much easier to consume content and interact with others. The new editor will also improve the experience of writing comments and new posts.

Previous Forums:

New Forums:

New Blogs

For the blogs we're also keeping the ability for anyone to write them. We believe that's a very important piece for the community to stay vibrant, but at the same time we want to guarantee that people won't see misleading information or spam, so in order to maintain the quality of the posts a review process has been introduced before anything gets published.

To create a new post you have to go to the Blogs page and find the "Write a blogpost too!" section. From there you can login using your liferay.com account and start writing your new masterpiece.

Just like the Forums, the Blogs received many user experience improvements.  You will once again be able to write and edit your posts with the new and intuitive editor.

Previous Blogs:

New Blogs

What do you think?

We hope these new changes have made your life easier. If you have any feedback please feel free to share with us. We would love to get your opinions :)
 

Zeno Rocha 2018-06-19T06:41:00Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

Announcing the new Community Blogs and Forums

Liferay - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 18:41

When we sat down to create the community.liferay.com site we had some ambitious goals in mind. We wanted to build a place where the community could feel at home. We wanted them to know that they're important and that we care. We wanted them to be able to connect and learn from each other.

In order to accomplish that vision we had to give one step at a time. We started by crafting a modern and functional experience, where users would be able to know better the whole family of Liferay projects and stay on the loop with the most relevant news.

We like to eat our own dog food so we decided to use Electric and WeDeploy to build that site. After we launched, everybody loved it and we continued to improve and add new sections like the User Groups

Now we're very excited to announce the new Community Blogs and Forums!

This is a huge step for us, we migrated over 10 years of data with more than 2,300 blog entries and 388,000 forum posts .

We also moved the whole site to use Liferay Portal CE and, while we could have used Liferay DXP to built it, we decided to use the Community Edition to prove how powerful and valuable this version still is. In the infrastructure side, we continued to use WeDeploy, but now with a much more robust stack of services, databases, and backups.

New Forums

For the forums we're using pretty much the same concept as before. All content is available for you to read and search through. If you want to create a post or leave a comment, you just have to login with your liferay.com account.

The biggest improvements here are on the user experience level. We're using the built-in interface found on Liferay Portal CE which makes it much easier to consume content and interact with others. The new editor will also improve the experience of writing comments and new posts.

Previous Forums:

New Forums:

New Blogs

For the blogs we're also keeping the ability for anyone to write them. We believe that's a very important piece for the community to stay vibrant, but at the same time we want to guarantee that people won't see misleading information or spam, so in order to maintain the quality of the posts a review process has been introduced before anything gets published.

To create a new post you have to go to the Blogs page and find the "Write a blogpost too!" section. From there you can login using your liferay.com account and start writing your new masterpiece.

Just like the Forums, the Blogs received many user experience improvements.  You will once again be able to write and edit your posts with the new and intuitive editor.

Previous Blogs:

New Blogs

What do you think?

We hope these new changes have made your life easier. If you have any feedback please feel free to share with us. We would love to get your opinions :)
 

Zeno Rocha 2018-06-18T23:41:00Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

Digital Transformation in 2018: What's Paining the Public Sector?

Liferay - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 09:01

When the Government Digital Service (GDS) was created back in 2012, in response to Dame Lane-Fox’s report a year earlier, it laid the groundwork for changing the government’s digital channels and ignited a huge drive for digital transformation in government services.

But the path towards digital transformation has not been smooth. The initial successes with unifying the Government domain, Gov.uk, gave way to more limited success when it came to transactional services. As Gov.uk Verify was launched, it was met with some criticism from experts and customers alike.

 

Concerns have also been raised regarding the lack of IT integration between health, justice, education and police sectors.

 

The UK government has great intentions, but what is holding us back from fully embracing transformation in the digital space?

Why Is The Public Sector Digitally Transforming?

In our last biennial survey conducted in 2016, 63%of respondents said “budget squeezes” were the main driver for digital transformation in the public sector. This was followed by the need for “increased accessibility” (52%) and the need to meet “demand for online services” (50%).

It comes as no surprise to see the UK government investing in digital self-service solutions in an effort to save cost, especially with the uncertainty of Brexit and budget cuts, but the Lane-Fox report focuses on the increased quality of services that can result from moving demand for services to the digital channel.

For respondents who work in organisations that have already embarked on their digital transformation journey, 44%of respondents said they have seen significant savings already. In addition, 88% of those respondents were anticipating further significant cost savings in the following three to five years.

Digital by Default

If cost is the main internal driver within public sector organisations, the external driver was the UK Government’s introduction of the Digital Service Standard back in April 2014, which introduced the concept of Digital by Default. Digital by Default refers to criteria of 26 requirements that all public sectors organisation must adhere to and pushes the idea of channel shift driven by digital services so well designed and delivered that people will naturally want to use them over more traditional channels.

But it is important to note that the Digital by Default initiative is not meant to replace services with digital-only options, instead, it is simply meant to encourage channel shift by building better service access through digital for those wishing to use them.

Subsequently in 2017 the Government Transformation Strategy sought to address these issues by looking more broadly at whole service and departmental change designed to bring the success of Digital by Default to every transaction between citizen and government. Alongside the transformation strategy are the Design Principles, the Digital Service Standard and Technology Code of Practice, all of which formed the three main legs of the transformation journey for government.

GDPR

Data security and data handling is a major concern for public sector firms. When embracing digital transformation, public sector organizations must achieve and maintain GDPR compliance, which is a tall order when your technology stack is ageing.

Furthermore, with the emergence of IoT (Internet of Things) devices and the demand from consumers to engage with governmental bodies through them, the pressure to collect and manage data in line with the law is greater than ever.

To keep data secure, deletable and portable at all times, public sector entities must embrace the right technology.

Consumer Demands

According to research commissioned by Fujitsu, the UK is definitely keen on moving forward with digital transformation. 67%of citizen will always (or sometimes) use the digital option if it is available. his is driven by the need for speed and convenience. The up side for the service is the substantially lower cost of digital channel transactions in comparison to more traditional ones.

In the last decade, the UK has witnessed a significant increase in internet use. In 2015, approximately 39 million UK adults accessed the internet every day, in comparison to 16.2 million in 2006. And we’ve also seen a sharp rise in UK adults buying goods and services online. In 2015, 76% of adults made a purchase online, this rose from 53% back in 2008.

But what has changed more significantly than the increased usage of the internet, is the expectations and demands of UK consumers. Liferay’s 2014 white paper ‘Digital by Default, Open by Design’ stated that “the trend from purely seeking information to transactional service delivery is clear.”

In addition, 39%of consumers would prefer to see the UK move faster towards a digital future whilst 40% say that not enough has been done to educate people on the digital services that are available to them.

People expect instant access to services with their associated transactions and as noted by a recent study conducted by Salmon, 60% of consumers want an Amazon-Prime like service. No longer seeing the difference between commercial and public services, it is the customer experience that defines success or failure.

The Pain Points: What’s The Hold Up?

In the aforementioned 2016 survey, we discuss how digital transformation is an ongoing mission with no actual end in sight. The constant is change, there is no endpoint. New technology, trends and consumer demands will always fuel the public sector’s need for digital evolution. Having processes and systems in place that can service that need is vital for ongoing success.

But that doesn't mean the process is pain-free. Here’s what’s holding most public sector organisations back from innovation.

Cost

No doubt that in order to successfully change from a conventional system to a digital one will incur a hefty cost. Even though the 2017 Autumn Statement had pledged £740 million towards the development of full fibre broadband connectivity and a 5G network as well as improving communications to citizens making digital transactions, this really does not provide a full picture of how this digital future within the public sector will pan out.

Each government department has their own funding rules and regulations and their own budgets and accountability. A more detailed budget plan is required to clarify how each government department can proceed to embrace digital transformation.

Executive Buy-In

31% of respondents from the 2016 survey have said that organisational change is the biggest concern.  As one respondent stated: “the main challenge is around changing how things are already done and breaking out of systems that are institutionalised”.

It could be said that senior executives are not doing enough to embrace digital transformation through fear of change. This cultural inertia might be a key factor to why nearly 40% of organisations are lacking a clear digital transformation strategy.

Digital teams have an important task of communicating the key benefits of providing a digital experience to their customers to the entire staff spectrum, including senior members of staff. The benefits of providing a digital experience include:

Improves efficiency of processing customer requests

Improves customer satisfaction

Better access to information

Improves productivity in staff

Legacy IT Systems

Legacy IT systems (i.e. existing systems) in most government departments involve large capital investments. And according to 25% of respondents to the 2016 survey, the process of integrating digital platforms with existing systems is a serious concern.

But thankfully, The Cabinet Office has advocated the use of open source platforms (Technology Code of Practice, Government Digital Service 2018, Section 3. - Be open and use open source) which can easily integrate with existing systems and can add value to current IT systems and increase ROI. An open source platform can potentially:

Future-proof legacy IT systems from the latest innovations and developments

Be utilised by multiple departments that have different infrastructures

Maximise the value of current infrastructure

Skills Shortage

It is no secret that organisations must invest time, energy and resources to nurture teams with a high level of digital literacy. But that’s easier said than done.

In fact, according to research conducted by Barclays in 2017, 40 percent of people who live in the UK do not have the required digital skills for most jobs. Sure, children are gaining digital skills needed for the workplace in schools, but those who are aged between 35 and 55 are worried about their own technical knowledge, with only 23% of people in that age range claiming that they are confident in keeping up-to-date with their digital skills as time goes on.

While redefining the recruitment process is one way to tackle this issue, a more sustainable option would be to train existing staff.

Workload Bottlenecks for IT Developers

Let’s not forget the main body of workers who play a key role in helping the public sector digital transform; the developers. There is a risk of overwhelming developers with the task of implementing high-code digital solutions. Conventional high-code solutions are very labour intensive, and for developers who are working on multiple department projects, it will take more time to complete.

The solution to this is to invest in platforms that provide both accelerators (pre-existing elements that can be assembled quickly) and simplicity of integration (open standards and flexibility). These qualities allow organisations to stand up a service quickly using configuration only. This will ease the workload for developers and will enable any digital service to be implemented more quickly and iterate faster. Build, test, iterate, that’s the agile, responsive way to get services implemented and transformation moving.

That way lies the path to delivering value and success for any transformation project.

Image: Burst

  Alice Verbeke 2018-06-18T14:01:09Z
Categories: CMS, ECM

KNIME Fall Summit 2018 – Austin

Knime - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 08:33
KNIME Fall Summit 2018 – Austin admin Mon, 06/18/2018 - 15:33 November 6 - 9, 2018 Austin, Texas, USA

Our 3rd annual KNIME Fall Summit is taking place from November 6-9, 2018 in Austin, Texas! Join us, along with top data scientists and industry thought leaders, for four days of learning more about KNIME Analytics Platform and how it's being used to solve complex data problems in areas such as life sciences, manufacturing, marketing, retail sales, and more. There'll also be plenty of opportunities to meet the people behind KNIME and hear about new and upcoming features, as well as discuss all things data science and data analytics with other KNIME users and enthusiasts.

Agenda Overview

Since many of last year's attendees asked for more courses, we are now starting a day earlier and offering courses on both Tuesday and Wednesday before the Summit begins on Thursday. Confirmed speakers come - among others - from AMD, Palo Alto Networks, Seagate, the National Fire Protection Association, and Juniper Networks. We are happy that Dean Abbott has again accepted our invitation to present a keynote on Thursday afternoon.

Courses

On November 6 & 7 we are offering several one-day KNIME courses that cover a variety of topics. Your Summit registration allows you to select either one or two of these full day courses:

Tuesday, November 6, 2018: Wednesday, November 7, 2018:

 

Accommodation

The Fall Summit will once again be held at AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. We have secured a special price for a contingent of rooms at the AT&T Center. Use this link (or group reservation code KNIMEM1118) to get the KNIME Summit rate. We advise booking early!

 

Registration
Categories: BI

Rising charges for Google Maps from 16 July 2018

PrestaShop - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 08:12
This news has gone largely unnoticed in the world of the web and e-commerce.
Categories: E-commerce

Rising charges for Google Maps from 16 July 2018

PrestaShop - Mon, 06/18/2018 - 08:12
This news has gone largely unnoticed in the world of the web and e-commerce.
Categories: E-commerce
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