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Docsis CMTS Config

Freelancer.com - 4 hours 32 min ago
I like help to configure a Cisco CMTS 7246 for MC88V Module (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: Cisco, Linux, Network Administration, System Admin, VoIP)
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Google's Loon Brings Internet-By-Balloon To Kenya

Slashdot.org - 4 hours 55 min ago
A network of giant balloons will soon bring internet access to remote regions of rural Kenya. From a report: Google's sister-company Loon has announced its first commercial deal: partnering with Telkom Kenya to deliver connectivity to the region. The firm's antennae-dangling fleet will ride the wind high above parts of the African country. But experts have warned that the partnership could lead to a communications monopoly.

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Ethernet Multi Tool

Freelancer.com - 5 hours 10 min ago
I need you to develop some software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Linux using Python. (Budget: $750 - $1500 CAD, Jobs: Linux, Python, Software Architecture)
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Cluster Magento Website

Freelancer.com - 5 hours 26 min ago
We currently have two servers for this site of which magento version is 1.9.0.1: 1. Frontend Server (Linode, Managed by Serverpilot Coach Account, might not be a good idea to simply clone the server):... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Linux, Magento, MySQL, Nginx, PHP)
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Need a system to set up bitcoin wallets

Freelancer.com - 5 hours 26 min ago
We are looking for these things: 1) multisig 2/2 wallet. 2) user wallet - online - that functions like blockchain,info (which is, user operates the wallet locally in browser, the site has no access, but only holds the users encrypted data)... (Budget: min $50 USD, Jobs: Internet Security, Linux, PHP, Software Architecture, Web Security)
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Killer Robots Would Be 'Dangerously Destabilizing' Force in the World, Tech Leaders Warn

Slashdot.org - 5 hours 35 min ago
Thousands of artificial intelligence experts are calling on governments to take preemptive action before it's too late. The list is extensive and includes some of the most influential names in the overlapping worlds of technology, science and academia. From a report: Among them are billionaire inventor and OpenAI founder Elon Musk, Skype co-founder Jaan Tallinn, artificial intelligence researcher Stuart Russell, as well as the three founders of Google DeepMind -- the company's premier machine learning research group. In total, more than 160 organizations and 2,460 individuals from 90 countries promised this week to not participate in or support the development and use of lethal autonomous weapons. The pledge says artificial intelligence is expected to play an increasing role in military systems and calls upon governments and politicians to introduce laws regulating such weapons "to create a future with strong international norms." "Thousands of AI researchers agree that by removing the risk, attributability, and difficulty of taking human lives, lethal autonomous weapons could become powerful instruments of violence and oppression, especially when linked to surveillance and data systems," the pledge says. "Moreover, lethal autonomous weapons have characteristics quite different from nuclear, chemical and biological weapons, and the unilateral actions of a single group could too easily spark an arms race that the international community lacks the technical tools and global governance systems to manage," the pledge adds.

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I need a python programmer to make a simple GUI

Freelancer.com - 5 hours 52 min ago
I am a business owner that has a small product line of custom programmed embedded controllers. I am in need of a programmer to create a simple GUI to run a python script. The python script is fully functional and tested... (Budget: $30 - $250 USD, Jobs: Linux, Programming, Python, Raspberry Pi)
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need a python developer to help me write a script for blockchain

Freelancer.com - 6 hours 2 min ago
store a string argument on bitcoin blockchain (testnet) calculate the fees (Budget: €8 - €30 EUR, Jobs: Blockchain, Ethereum, Linux, Python)
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12 must-see G Suite sessions at Google Cloud Next ‘1812 must-see G Suite sessions at Google Cloud Next ‘18

GoogleBlog - 6 hours 9 min ago

Next week, IT and business leaders from across the globe will gather alongside Google experts in San Francisco to see what’s new in cloud at our annual conference, Google Cloud Next.

Last year, we introduced new solutions to best suit the needs of large organizations, including new ways for companies to work in real-time in Hangouts Meet and Chat, and more features in Google Drive. This year, we’ll hear from Google leadership about how organizations are reimagining work with G Suite. More and more, we see companies viewing G Suite as an investment in their people because employees are able to collaborate more quickly and effectively, spend more time working creatively and drive even greater impact.

In addition to keynotes, we’re also hosting a Spotlight Session on Wednesday, July 25th where we’ll showcase new capabilities in more depth, and nearly 50 deep-dive sessions specific to G Suite where AI experts, developers, customers, technology partners and others will cover a range of topics. If you’re planning to attend and need help narrowing down your list of sessions, here are some that I recommend.

If you want to hear best practices for deploying G Suite (straight from customers):

If you need to understand how G Suite can help secure business data:

If you want to build on G Suite to optimize work processes, or see how G Suite tools work easily with other enterprise apps:

If you want tips on how to be more productive in G Suite or how AI can help:

You can check out the full list of session content or register for the event on the Next ‘18 website. See you there.Next week, IT and business leaders from across the globe will gather alongside Google experts in San Francisco to see what’s new in cloud at our annual conference, Google Cloud Next.
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Microsoft Reveals First Known Midterm Campaign Hacking Attempts

Slashdot.org - 6 hours 20 min ago
An anonymous reader shares a report: Microsoft detected and helped block hacking attempts against three congressional candidates this year, a company executive said Thursday, marking the first known example of cyber interference in the midterm elections. "Earlier this year, we did discover that a fake Microsoft domain had been established as the landing page for phishing attacks," said Tom Burt, Microsoft's vice president for security and trust, at the Aspen Security Forum. "And we saw metadata that suggested those phishing attacks were being directed at three candidates who are all standing for election in the midterm elections." Burt declined to name the targets but said they were "people who, because of their positions, might have been interesting targets from an espionage standpoint as well as an election disruption standpoint." Microsoft took down the fake domain and worked with the federal government to block the phishing messages.

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Installing Vestacp & making it work only on Openlitespeed and not with Apache/Nginx.

Freelancer.com - 6 hours 26 min ago
Hello, I want you to install and customize Vestacp so that we can run it on Openlitespeed and also all of its domain (newly created and old domains) and also with all of its plugins (backup, phpmyadmin)... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Apache, Linux, Nginx, PHP, System Admin)
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help to get pci compliance for e commerce website -- 2

Freelancer.com - 6 hours 38 min ago
hello. we have already install ssl on website formidableauto. we have already obtain online credit card module payment from klikandpay.com. now we need to get pic compliance for klikandpay to activate server mode... (Budget: $10 - $30 USD, Jobs: eCommerce, Linux, Shopping Carts, System Admin, UNIX)
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Tech Chief Role Grows More Strategic, Survey Finds

Slashdot.org - 7 hours 5 min ago
The rise of digital capabilities continues to elevate the role of IT leaders across the enterprise, moving them beyond back-office tech hubs and increasingly closer to products, services and customers, Korn/Ferry International reports. WSJ: In a recent survey, 83% of 199 technology chiefs said their role was more strategic than it was three years ago. Another 67% said they were on their company's executive committee, up from 55% in a similar survey last year, the executive-search firm said. As they shift from back-office technicians, 81% said they are now playing a greater role with customers, products and services than they were three years ago. The survey included responses from chief information officers, as well as chief technology and chief digital officers, at large businesses in a range of industries. "Based on the need to drive results, many companies are leveraging and deploying results-oriented technology leaders to drive the intersection of technology, product and digital efforts," Craig Stephenson, Korn Ferry managing director, North America Technology Officers Practice, told CIO Journal. He said the impact and scope of CIOs, CTOs and CDOs on the business side of operations is evolving rapidly and expected to expand even more in the years ahead. Further reading: Nicholas Carr was right --IT died, but was resurrected

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To secure linux machine. ngnix, tomcat, mariadb

Freelancer.com - 7 hours 38 min ago
We want to secure a linux machine. To secure linux machine. ngnix, tomcat, mariadb. Install https certificate. (Budget: €18 - €36 EUR, Jobs: Computer Security, Linux, Nginx, System Admin, Web Security)
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Hackers Breach Russian Bank and Steal $1 Million Due To Outdated Router

Slashdot.org - 7 hours 44 min ago
Catalin Cimpanu, reporting for BleepingComputer: A notorious hacker group known as MoneyTaker has stolen roughly $1 million from a Russian bank after breaching its network via an outdated router. The victim of the hack is PIR Bank, which lost at least $920,000 in money it had stored in a corresponding account at the Bank of Russia. Group-IB, a Russian cyber-security firm that was called in to investigate the incident, says that after studying infected workstations and servers at PIR Bank, they collected "irrefutable digital evidence implicating MoneyTaker in the theft." Group-IB are experts in MoneyTaker tactics because they unmasked the group's existence and operations last December when they published a report on their past attacks.

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System Administrator for website migration 01

Freelancer.com - 7 hours 45 min ago
Hi all, since we've opened a new sales point we've need to split and upgrade part of the data owned We also need a mail marketing specialist who can rebuild our previous infrastructure The code for this project is 102398317 ... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Bash Scripting, Interspire, Linux, PHP, System Admin)
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e-signage project

Freelancer.com - 7 hours 52 min ago
I would like have someone to setup a client and server for an e-signage project based on concerto. You can find all the information about concerto here @ http://www.concerto-signage.org/. I will setup the server and the client and provide you with the access via VNC... (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Apache, Linux, MySQL, PHP, System Admin)
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GV, Formerly Known as Google Ventures, For Years Has Used an Algorithm That Effectively Permits or Prohibits Both New and Follow-on Investments

Slashdot.org - 8 hours 21 min ago
Dan Primack, reporting for Axios: When most venture capitalists want approval to make a new investment, they go to their partners. When venture capitalists at GV do it, they go to something called "The Machine." Axios has learned that the firm, formerly known as Google Ventures, for years has used an algorithm that effectively permits or prohibits both new and follow-on investments. Staffers plug in all sorts of deal details into "The Machine" -- which is programmed with all sorts of market data, and returns traffic signal-like outputs. Green means go. Red means stop. Yellow means proceed with caution, but sources say it's usually the practical equivalent of red. It was initially designed and used as a due diligence assistant that could be overruled but, according to three sources, it has evolved into a de facto investment committee.

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Asterisk PBX with WebRTC - GURU

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 31 min ago
To duplicate an existing Asterisk Server with WebRTC ( HTTP5 - SSL - etc.) onto another machine and make some changes. Works together with an Apache Web Server and a MySQL Data Base, on separate machines... (Budget: $750 - $1500 CAD, Jobs: Asterisk PBX, Linux, MySQL, PHP, VoIP)
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Develop an ERC20 token based on the Ethereum

Freelancer.com - 8 hours 33 min ago
I need a erc20 token based on ethereum with the technical details, ico landing page, registration page and back office. Please type "ico450" at the beginning to read your bid. (Budget: $250 - $750 USD, Jobs: Ethereum, Linux, MySQL, PHP)
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