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Confira as vagas oferecidas pelo SineBahia nesta terça-feira (15)

O Serviço de Intermediação para o trabalho (SineBahia) oferece vagas de emprego para esta terça-feira (15). Os interessados deverão ir a um dos postos do Sine, levando Carteira de Trabalho, RG, CPF, Comprovante de Residência e Certificado de escolaridade.

Article source: http://www.ibahia.com/detalhe/noticia/confira-as-vagas-oferecidas-pelo-sinebahia-nesta-terca-feira-15-1/

Canon Hosts all its Service Centre Partner Heads in Dubai

Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA), the leader in imaging solutions, hosted its partners’ service heads in Central and North Africa at an event in Dubai, in order to foster stronger partnerships, enhance customer satisfaction and improve after sales services.

The event which held on the 12th of April, 2018 was the first gathering of Canon partner service heads in Central and North Africa, and was designed to help the company and service partners achieve a closer working approach with its partners, foster efficient collaboration, listen and share best practices as well as agree on customer- centric actions together.

Cementing their commitment to supporting partners, CanonCNA also reaffirmed its intention of continuously enabling partners through sharing knowledge and techniques for adapting to changing technologies; in order to ensure that even remote services for customers in Africa are up to the highest of standards.

Roman Troedhandl, Managing Director of Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA), also acknowledged this support by stating: “Our partner organizations have always been – and will continue to remain – at the core of our overall growth strategy. We will continue with our strategy of being closer to our partners, and will support them in every possible way, especially through the regular trainings we conduct. We are focusing on enhancing customer experiences and satisfaction by cultivating more meaningful interaction with our target audiences, while maintaining our commitment to channel and partner development. This strategy allows Canon and its business units to effectively address the unique requirements of our customers. To this end, we will continually engage with our service partners to better understand their specific customer requirements, listen to their feedback and equip them with the tools that allow for proactive services”.

Canon partners manage service centers that support after sales services of all B2C products including DSC, DSLR, professional video, OPP inkjet- and Laser-printers, projectors and calculators under the Canon Central and North Africa warranty program. The warranty program which is an initiative to promote customer support is the first of its kind under Canon Central and North Africa and offers customers an exclusive 3-year manufacturer warranty for certain Canon brands.

This gathering of Canon’s partner service heads further supports both Canon and its partners in developing efficient means of working together, with the ultimate goal being customer satisfaction and support.

With Africa being the world’s growing and emerging market and Nigeria being the focal point of that growth, CCNA continuously aims at extending its services to the largest number of customers. Adopting a “closer-to customer” strategy Canon’s business within Africa will only be strengthened and more focused as per each market’s local requirements.


Article source: https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2018/05/17/canon-hosts-all-its-service-centre-partner-heads-in-dubai/

As Woodside takes on new life in its MCC era, neighbors praise, question and complain

By Jan Worth-Nelson

A small patch of trees known for decades as the Woodside Woods has become a point of contention since Mott Community College bought the historic Woodside Church on the southeast side of the campus eight months ago,  with neighbors in the College Cultural neighborhood surrounding the college both praising MCC’s plans for the $8.5 million expansion and renovation of the former church and questioning the college’s landscaping actions.

Woodside Woods looking north from playground (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

At a regular meeting of the College Cultural Neighborhood Association (CCNA) Thursday, Maxine Street resident Kim Mahard lamented that the natural plot of greenery she cherished between her house and the campus had disappeared all in one day, with no warning or notice,  and now all she said she sees is a parking lot.

Larry Gawthrop, MCC chief financial officer, said the cutting and clearing of the site had been conducted in consultation with a certified master arborist and that the thinning was done with safety as the paramount variable.  He said most of the brush removed was hawthorn, a thorny shrub, along with dead trees and some invasive species.  He said no trees larger than six inches in diameter were removed, but that one large oak tree with obvious deterioration and which is regarded as a danger would be removed this fall.

He said MCC is going through a design phase with architects over the next few months, but in the meantime MCC officials believed it was important to clear out the woods, where criminal activity had been detected, and where people have tended to loiter, hanging out near children in the adjoining playground, and leaving litter.

Patch of mayapples remaining after the recent clearing (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

MCC Chief of Police Theresa Stephens-Lock noted that several recent fires in the woods and cleanup of condoms and bottles after nighttime partying in the woods emphasize the need to make the woods safer.  Michael Herriman, CCNA neighborhood watch chair, said he’s often combed through the woods looking for items discarded after home and car invasions.

Some CCNA residents were unassuaged, saying they should have been informed of plans to clear the woods and to have a voice in plans for landscaping it.

Mahard said, “One of the reasons we bought our house in 1994 was because of the woods. My house lost value in 2008, and then it lost value again because of the water crisis, and now my house overlooks a parking lot. I’m so disappointed in Mott — you’ve always told us what you were going to do. I would like to see a plan. I don’t think that’s asking too much.”

Beard Street resident Alex Harris said “You’ve done an appalling job of communicating.  You need to tell us unequivocally that you’re committed to communicating with this neighborhood, before you enact some draconian measures.  Can we get that commitment?”

Bench unearthed after the clearing, with litter (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

Gawthrop responded, “I am a bit shocked.  I thought I was coming to explain–it was safety first. We did put thought behind this.  Our commitment always is to you, this community, and to this county.”

Gawthrop stated the area will continue to be a nature area, with a walking trail, a bench, and some seating areas.

Some parts of the woods look worse than others, with tire tracks and swampiness from recent rains (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson). “It will evolve,” MCC spokeswoman Dawn Hibbard said.

Andy Everman, not a CCNA resident but a frequent participant in its meetings, related the woods originally had been designed by Eero Saarinen, who came to the woods in 1949. Everman said 60 years later the plan was revised by Saarinen’s granddaughter and later by the late George Liljeblad, former parks and recreation director for the City of Flint and a CCNA resident.  Everman said the college had put in a storm sewer that helped reduce some swampiness from the parking lot runoff.  He also commented that “Several of your neighbors are in the woods, dead.  At least six people, maybe seven– their ashes are in the woods.  I was there when their ashes were spread.”

Dawn Hibbard, communications specialist at Mott and a CCN resident, said “Campus safety can’t keep us safe if they can’t see through there.  We had a fire because somebody was smoking on our children’s playground and set fire to the wood chips.”

“We’re still working with the architect,”  Hibbard continued.  “It looks horrible right now, I agree–it looks severe–but landscaping is part of the plan–there is money being set aside for that. It will evolve.”

CCNA Vice President Sherry Hayden said,  “If you’re going to do a design, let us see it.  We live here, in this community;  you’ve been very kind to us, we are missionaries for you, we view you as our neighbor and we want you to be a good neighbor too.”

Residents were happier about other elements of Gawthrop’s presentation as he described the $8.5 million dollar renovation and expansion project for the building.  It is being renamed the Lenore Croudy Family Life Center in honor of Croudy’s 29 years as an MCC trustee. Croudy died in 2017.

“Architecturally that’s a significant building,”  Jack Minore, a former city councilman,  state representative, longtime activist and CCN resident observed.  He expressed hope that it would be preserved “for the gem that it is.”

Funding for the project includes $3 million from the C.S. Mott Foundation.  Gawthrop and Hibbard said the sanctuary will be left as is architecturally, and will be used for the music program.  Plans include upgrading the sound system and including a new pipe organ class to be taught by Quincy Dobbs.

MCC’s Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) will be expanded, allowing the program to increase its enrollment from 75 to 125, and to serve children from birth to five years old.  The Early Childhood Education academic program will be relocated into the building, and food preparation areas will be transformed into a demonstration kitchen for lead-abatement cooking, Hibbard said.

The church was designed by internationally-known Finnish architect Eero Saarinen and built by his brother-in-law Robert F. Swanson in 1952.  Its congregation, pastored by Rev. Deborah Conrad, decided to sell in 2016 as they faced rising maintenance costs and a smaller congregation than the building was designed for. They have moved into temporary quarters at 720 East Street.

At the time of the decision, Conrad said, “We have a mission that we care about.  Caring for a building has required too much attention, and caring for the mission has taken a back seat.  We realized we could do more.  This is partly about setting financial priorities and partly about the passion of our folks and how the church has changed.”

Asked if the church’s carillon tower, long silent, might be repaired and restored, Hibbard said while that would be nice, “There are some big ticket items that we have to attend to first,”  Hibbard said, “It needs a new roof and we have to upgrade all the electrical…we’re concentrating on the interior work.”

Still, she said, “It’s a beautiful package for us.”

EVM Editor Jan Worth-Nelson can be reached at janworth1118@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Article source: https://www.eastvillagemagazine.org/2018/05/18/as-woodside-takes-on-new-life-in-its-mcc-era-neighbors-praise-question-and-complain/

How Tina Caldarone Boosted Her Skills, Confidence & Salary With CCNA Certification

InfoSec Institute alum Tina Caldarone is a Systems Engineer at Cisco. She works out of the Cisco Chicago office, where she advises partner engineers on Cisco security products and helps drive strategic initiatives at the company.

We sat down with Tina to learn about her career in security and why she chose InfoSec Institute to help her prepare for the coveted Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security) certification.

Why Did You Pursue CCNA Certification?

Tina: Being a 31-year-old female systems engineer in a male-dominated industry is tough. Even though I have the same title and education as many of my colleagues, not holding the same certifications limited me. Earning my CCNA helped me level the playing field and advance my career.

Why Did You Enroll in the CCNA Training Boot Camp?

Tina: Getting certified quickly was important to me, so I looked for the fastest and most effective training provider. Even though I’m an engineer, I felt I had some catching up to do before I sat for the exams. I didn’t go to school for computer science, and the certification prep books are huge. I felt the CCNA Boot Camp was the best way to learn quickly and pass the exams. It was also a good way to make connections with others in the industry.

Did You Find Your InfoSec Institute Boot Camp Beneficial?

Tina: Yes, I learned so much more than I thought I would. I expected the course to mostly focus on how to take the tests — kind of like SAT prep in high school. It was so much more. I am a sales engineer, so I don’t often get into the weeds with Cisco products. The CCNA Boot Camp helped me fill in the gaps with the technical knowledge I needed.  

(Read more…)

Article source: https://securityboulevard.com/2018/05/how-tina-caldarone-boosted-her-skills-confidence-salary-with-ccna-certification/

SineBahia divulga as vagas de emprego desta terça em Salvador e interior

Por G1 BA

15/05/2018 06h42 Atualizado 15/05/2018 06h42

Article source: https://g1.globo.com/ba/bahia/noticia/sinebahia-divulga-as-vagas-de-emprego-desta-terca-em-salvador-e-interior.ghtml

As Woodside takes on new life in its MCC era, neighbors praise …

By Jan Worth-Nelson

A small patch of trees known for decades as the Woodside Woods has become a point of contention since Mott Community College bought the historic Woodside Church on the southeast side of the campus eight months ago,  with neighbors in the College Cultural neighborhood surrounding the college both praising MCC’s plans for the $8.5 million expansion and renovation of the former church and questioning the college’s landscaping actions.

Woodside Woods looking north from playground (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

At a regular meeting of the College Cultural Neighborhood Association (CCNA) Thursday, Maxine Street resident Kim Mahard lamented that the natural plot of greenery she cherished between her house and the campus had disappeared all in one day, with no warning or notice,  and now all she said she sees is a parking lot.

Larry Gawthrop, MCC chief financial officer, said the cutting and clearing of the site had been conducted in consultation with a certified master arborist and that the thinning was done with safety as the paramount variable.  He said most of the brush removed was hawthorn, a thorny shrub, along with dead trees and some invasive species.  He said no trees larger than six inches in diameter were removed, but that one large oak tree with obvious deterioration and which is regarded as a danger would be removed this fall.

He said MCC is going through a design phase with architects over the next few months, but in the meantime MCC officials believed it was important to clear out the woods, where criminal activity had been detected, and where people have tended to loiter, hanging out near children in the adjoining playground, and leaving litter.

Patch of mayapples remaining after the recent clearing (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

MCC Chief of Police Theresa Stephens-Lock noted that several recent fires in the woods and cleanup of condoms and bottles after nighttime partying in the woods emphasize the need to make the woods safer.  Michael Herriman, CCNA neighborhood watch chair, said he’s often combed through the woods looking for items discarded after home and car invasions.

Some CCNA residents were unassuaged, saying they should have been informed of plans to clear the woods and to have a voice in plans for landscaping it.

Mahard said, “One of the reasons we bought our house in 1994 was because of the woods. My house lost value in 2008, and then it lost value again because of the water crisis, and now my house overlooks a parking lot. I’m so disappointed in Mott — you’ve always told us what you were going to do. I would like to see a plan. I don’t think that’s asking too much.”

Beard Street resident Alex Harris said “You’ve done an appalling job of communicating.  You need to tell us unequivocally that you’re committed to communicating with this neighborhood, before you enact some draconian measures.  Can we get that commitment?”

Bench unearthed after the clearing, with litter (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson)

Gawthrop responded, “I am a bit shocked.  I thought I was coming to explain–it was safety first. We did put thought behind this.  Our commitment always is to you, this community, and to this county.”

Gawthrop stated the area will continue to be a nature area, with a walking trail, a bench, and some seating areas.

Some parts of the woods look worse than others, with tire tracks and swampiness from recent rains (Photo by Jan Worth-Nelson). “It will evolve,” MCC spokeswoman Dawn Hibbard said.

Andy Everman, not a CCNA resident but a frequent participant in its meetings, related the woods originally had been designed by Eero Saarinen, who came to the woods in 1949. Everman said 60 years later the plan was revised by Saarinen’s granddaughter and later by the late George Liljeblad, former parks and recreation director for the City of Flint and a CCNA resident.  Everman said the college had put in a storm sewer that helped reduce some swampiness from the parking lot runoff.  He also commented that “Several of your neighbors are in the woods, dead.  At least six people, maybe seven– their ashes are in the woods.  I was there when their ashes were spread.”

Dawn Hibbard, communications specialist at Mott and a CCN resident, said “Campus safety can’t keep us safe if they can’t see through there.  We had a fire because somebody was smoking on our children’s playground and set fire to the wood chips.”

“We’re still working with the architect,”  Hibbard continued.  “It looks horrible right now, I agree–it looks severe–but landscaping is part of the plan–there is money being set aside for that. It will evolve.”

CCNA Vice President Sherry Hayden said,  “If you’re going to do a design, let us see it.  We live here, in this community;  you’ve been very kind to us, we are missionaries for you, we view you as our neighbor and we want you to be a good neighbor too.”

Residents were happier about other elements of Gawthrop’s presentation as he described the $8.5 million dollar renovation and expansion project for the building.  It is being renamed the Lenore Croudy Family Life Center in honor of Croudy’s 29 years as an MCC trustee. Croudy died in 2017.

“Architecturally that’s a significant building,”  Jack Minore, a former city councilman,  state representative, longtime activist and CCN resident observed.  He expressed hope that it would be preserved “for the gem that it is.”

Funding for the project includes $3 million from the C.S. Mott Foundation.  Gawthrop and Hibbard said the sanctuary will be left as is architecturally, and will be used for the music program.  Plans include upgrading the sound system and including a new pipe organ class to be taught by Quincy Dobbs.

MCC’s Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) will be expanded, allowing the program to increase its enrollment from 75 to 125, and to serve children from birth to five years old.  The Early Childhood Education academic program will be relocated into the building, and food preparation areas will be transformed into a demonstration kitchen for lead-abatement cooking, Hibbard said.

The church was designed by internationally-known Finnish architect Eero Saarinen and built by his brother-in-law Robert F. Swanson in 1952.  Its congregation, pastored by Rev. Deborah Conrad, decided to sell in 2016 as they faced rising maintenance costs and a smaller congregation than the building was designed for. They have moved into temporary quarters at 720 East Street.

At the time of the decision, Conrad said, “We have a mission that we care about.  Caring for a building has required too much attention, and caring for the mission has taken a back seat.  We realized we could do more.  This is partly about setting financial priorities and partly about the passion of our folks and how the church has changed.”

Asked if the church’s carillon tower, long silent, might be repaired and restored, Hibbard said while that would be nice, “There are some big ticket items that we have to attend to first,”  Hibbard said, “It needs a new roof and we have to upgrade all the electrical…we’re concentrating on the interior work.”

Still, she said, “It’s a beautiful package for us.”

EVM Editor Jan Worth-Nelson can be reached at janworth1118@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Article source: https://www.eastvillagemagazine.org/2018/05/18/as-woodside-takes-on-new-life-in-its-mcc-era-neighbors-praise-question-and-complain/

Cisco decide retirar anúncios do YouTube – DCI

(Reuters) – A fabricante de equipamentos de rede Cisco está removendo todos os anúncios online do YouTube devido a preocupação de que as propagandas sejam exibidas junto com conteúdo sensível, disse Karen Walker, diretora de marketing da companhia, em um blog.

A página, que parece ter sido retirada do site da Cisco na quinta-feira, disse que a empresa não gostaria que seus anúncios “acidentalmente acabassem no lugar errado, como em um vídeo com conteúdo sensível”, acrescentando que a fabricante continuará a usar o YouTube como uma plataforma para compartilhar conteúdo de vídeo da Cisco.

O Google, dono do YouTube, disse que fez parcerias com anunciantes para fazer mudanças.

“Fizemos parceria com anunciantes para fazermos mudanças significativas na maneira como abordamos a monetização no YouTube com políticas mais rigorosas, melhores controles e maior transparência. Estamos comprometidos em continuar esse diálogo e acertar isso”, disse um porta-voz do Google à Reuters.

A ação da Cisco vem depois que a CNN noticiou em abril, que anúncios de mais de 300 empresas, incluindo a Cisco, são veiculados em canais extremistas no YouTube.

As empresas podem ter, sem saber, ajudado a financiar alguns desses canais através dos anúncios que pagaram pelo YouTube, de acordo com as informações da CNN.

O YouTube afirmou em um relatório divulgado no mês passado que havia retirado cerca de 5 milhões de vídeos de sua plataforma no quarto trimestre de 2017 por violações da política de conteúdo, antes que qualquer espectador os visse.

(Por Kanishka Singh)

Article source: https://www.dci.com.br/servicos/cisco-decide-retirar-anuncios-do-youtube-1.705978

Cisco decide retirar anúncios do YouTube – DCI

(Reuters) – A fabricante de equipamentos de rede Cisco está removendo todos os anúncios online do YouTube devido a preocupação de que as propagandas sejam exibidas junto com conteúdo sensível, disse Karen Walker, diretora de marketing da companhia, em um blog.

A página, que parece ter sido retirada do site da Cisco na quinta-feira, disse que a empresa não gostaria que seus anúncios “acidentalmente acabassem no lugar errado, como em um vídeo com conteúdo sensível”, acrescentando que a fabricante continuará a usar o YouTube como uma plataforma para compartilhar conteúdo de vídeo da Cisco.

O Google, dono do YouTube, disse que fez parcerias com anunciantes para fazer mudanças.

“Fizemos parceria com anunciantes para fazermos mudanças significativas na maneira como abordamos a monetização no YouTube com políticas mais rigorosas, melhores controles e maior transparência. Estamos comprometidos em continuar esse diálogo e acertar isso”, disse um porta-voz do Google à Reuters.

A ação da Cisco vem depois que a CNN noticiou em abril, que anúncios de mais de 300 empresas, incluindo a Cisco, são veiculados em canais extremistas no YouTube.

As empresas podem ter, sem saber, ajudado a financiar alguns desses canais através dos anúncios que pagaram pelo YouTube, de acordo com as informações da CNN.

O YouTube afirmou em um relatório divulgado no mês passado que havia retirado cerca de 5 milhões de vídeos de sua plataforma no quarto trimestre de 2017 por violações da política de conteúdo, antes que qualquer espectador os visse.

(Por Kanishka Singh)

Article source: https://www.dci.com.br/servicos/cisco-decide-retirar-anuncios-do-youtube-1.705978

Cisco decide retirar anúncios do YouTube – DCI

(Reuters) – A fabricante de equipamentos de rede Cisco está removendo todos os anúncios online do YouTube devido a preocupação de que as propagandas sejam exibidas junto com conteúdo sensível, disse Karen Walker, diretora de marketing da companhia, em um blog.

A página, que parece ter sido retirada do site da Cisco na quinta-feira, disse que a empresa não gostaria que seus anúncios “acidentalmente acabassem no lugar errado, como em um vídeo com conteúdo sensível”, acrescentando que a fabricante continuará a usar o YouTube como uma plataforma para compartilhar conteúdo de vídeo da Cisco.

O Google, dono do YouTube, disse que fez parcerias com anunciantes para fazer mudanças.

“Fizemos parceria com anunciantes para fazermos mudanças significativas na maneira como abordamos a monetização no YouTube com políticas mais rigorosas, melhores controles e maior transparência. Estamos comprometidos em continuar esse diálogo e acertar isso”, disse um porta-voz do Google à Reuters.

A ação da Cisco vem depois que a CNN noticiou em abril, que anúncios de mais de 300 empresas, incluindo a Cisco, são veiculados em canais extremistas no YouTube.

As empresas podem ter, sem saber, ajudado a financiar alguns desses canais através dos anúncios que pagaram pelo YouTube, de acordo com as informações da CNN.

O YouTube afirmou em um relatório divulgado no mês passado que havia retirado cerca de 5 milhões de vídeos de sua plataforma no quarto trimestre de 2017 por violações da política de conteúdo, antes que qualquer espectador os visse.

(Por Kanishka Singh)

Article source: https://www.dci.com.br/servicos/cisco-decide-retirar-anuncios-do-youtube-1.705978