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The 2024 Apple Watch, with LG Display
2 Feb 2023 at 12:00am
Apple first launched its iconic Apple Watch in 2014 and over the last ten years, has become one of the most popular wearables. Apple is now looking to expand by penetrating the most high-end sports and professional outdoor watch markets. Against this backdrop, Apple has been working on the Apple Watch Ultra 2, a premium model which will be equipped with super high brightness and high contrast ratios, as well as Micro LED displays with tough robustness, water and dust resistance, and strong shock-proof and vibration-proof capabilities.
Sustainability Success Stories for Industries Experiencing the Energy Transit...
1 Feb 2023 at 12:20pm
Around the world, businesses like yours find themselves responsible for meeting the growing demands of customers, partners, and governments that seek a greener future. It’s no surprise that leaders across industries are prioritizing the energy transition by transforming their businesses for the needs of tomorrow. How can your business be part of this future?
Oxford Economics - Sustainability in Oil, Gas, Energy, and Utilities: Buildin...
1 Feb 2023 at 12:20pm
To understand how OGE+U organizations are incorporating a sustainable philosophy into their overall business and technology implementation, SAP and Oxford Economics surveyed 1,935 senior executives, including 215 from the oil, gas, and energy sectors and 215 from the utilities sector.
IDC Analyst Connection: The Global Energy Transition and Opportunities for Ut...
1 Feb 2023 at 12:20pm
With SAP, you can make this transformation with a single, real-time utilities platform that helps you build for the future and deliver on the commitments you are making to customers. SAP helps you manage your entire utility business, with comprehensive solutions for all business processes – the solutions you need to build a connected business. With SAP, you can balance efficient operations under your current energy generation, distribution, and sales models, while also searching for new sources of revenue and business outcomes – ultimately, delivering the insights you need while transitioning to sustainable greener, cleaner energy sources.
Sustainable Supply Chains are in SAP's DNA
1 Feb 2023 at 12:05am
For some time, sustainability has been gaining traction as a corporate aspiration. SAP has made sustainability integral to its solutions, so that businesses can think green and behave green, from one end of the supply chain to the other. Learn how design and manufacturing can track sustainable supply chain to the next level and deliver on regulations and consumer expectations.
CIMData: The Sustainability Imperative
1 Feb 2023 at 12:05am
This paper examines the need for sustainable design of products: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) processes and solutions are critical to reducing the environmental impacts of products While many industries contribute to the problem of environmental degradation, products that are sustainable by design are central to the solution
Reliability Centered Maintenance - Low Impact, High Return on Investment
26 Jan 2023 at 12:00am
Simply reacting to issues when they arise will cost significantly more than implementing a preventative maintenance program. Avoid unplanned downtime and tackle problems before they become emergencies. By working smarter – not harder – you’ll save money in the long run.
California: Key ESH and Sustainability Reporting Dates
24 Jan 2023 at 8:05am
Federal and state environmental reporting deadlines can be a headache for businesses. It's time-consuming and difficult to understand applicability, and there are so many requirements and programs to keep track of.
Download our calendar to make sure you don't miss any environmental reporting dates for California.
Smart Energy News
1 Jan 2023 at 12:05am
Global news about connected technology for the smart grid and pipeline/refineries management, including smart meters, smart grid, electric vehicles, security, V2G, AMI, energy management, powerline communications (PLC), grid balancing, resiliency, smart charging, microgrid, renewable energy, and refineries.
Smart Energy News provides fortnightly updates on finance, government action, and new technology, as well as the latest case studies on successful new business models. Our package of news from around the world includes: Best Practices: management methods for monitoring/control and big data. The Changing Energy Mix: new technology and alternative sources, including meter/terminal management, tested cloud/SAAS solutions for energy, data structure & integration, sustainable technology companies, and more. Industry Events: latest projects, acquisitions, regulations, and more.
At no cost, subscribers become associate members of the IoT M2M Council, the global trade association for machine-to-machine communications, including access to the IoT Content Library, featuring case studies for energy-sector professionals!
How to Recover Deleted Files from Network Shares
26 Dec 2022 at 12:00am
This happens because Windows is organized so that deleted files can be captured by the Windows Recycle bin on local drives only. If a user deletes a file on a server from a network shared folder, it isn’t being deleted from the local machine, so the Recycle Bin does not capture it. This is also true of files deleted from attached or removable drives, and files deleted from applications or the Command Prompt. Only files deleted from File Explorer on a machine’s local drive will be saved by the Recycle Bin.
With some types of software, you might be able to recover an earlier saved version of a file deleted from a network shared folder, which would give you the version prior to the deletion. Failing this, the only other way to recover a file deleted from a network share (without a third-party solution—see below) is to have your system administrator retrieve an earlier saved version of the file from the most recent backup. This will only work if:
a) A version of the file was actually backed up
b) You can recall the file name so that the system administrator can find it
c) You can recall with some accuracy the time and date when the file was saved.
This method is, of course, extremely time consuming for the sys admin—and for you, too, if you have to wait. Even if the previous version can be retrieved, any work done on the file since the last save is lost forever.
Fortunately, there is a very easy and cost-effective solution to this perpetual issue: Undelete® Instant Data Recovery software from Condusiv.