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Exam Title : Dell EMC Certified Specialist - Systems Administrator - RecoverPoint (DECS-SA)
Exam ID : E20-575
Exam Duration : 90 mins
Questions in test : 60
Passing Score : 63%
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SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 26, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A visit to www. e-missioncontrol.com now reveals a completely new online experience. The new e-Mission Control (eMC) website project was led by Colleen Harrison, e-Mission Control’s Head of Marketing. "We put months of effort into this project to bring our partners, prospects and people interested in clean fuel programs the most informative, useful, and user-friendly site possible," said Colleen.

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Brand new features on the e-Mission Control website include information about active and pending clean fuel programs, qualifying electric equipment and vehicles, and incentive calculators for multiple state programs spanning a wide range of electric equipment. The new website also features a robust FAQ section with over 30 new Braindumps about clean fuel program enrollment, participation, and management. Lastly, the new site features expanded blog entries including regulation updates, funding resources, industry events, and partner spotlights.

"The partner spotlight is becoming one of my favorite parts of the new site. This gives us the opportunity to highlight some of our forward-thinking partners and their sustainability programs," remarked Colleen.

For existing partners, the new website still allows easy access to "My-eMC", e-Mission Control’s SaaS platform designed for seamless clean fuel program management. As programs like California’s LCFS and Oregon’s CFP come online in other states, the new website was built with the flexibility to easily accommodate and promote participation in those programs.

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Killexams : New York Attorney General Sues JP Morgan And Raises Question Of What The "Auditor" Knew

Eric Schneiderman,the New York Attorney General, filed suit yesterday against JPMorgan Chase for the sins of Bear Stearns committed prior to the distressed purchase of Bear Stearns by the bank in 2008.  Schneiderman plays a dual role here, as New York AG and co-head of the Obama administration Residential Mortgage Backed Securities Working Group. That task force was peeved, according to Alison Frankel for Thomson ReutersOn The Case blog, that Schneiderman filed the suit Monday, jumping the gun on a joint federal-state press conference scheduled for Tuesday.

The NYAG complaint rests heavily on work done by others, in particular law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, journalist Teri Buhl - who has been following this story since 2010 - and documentary filmmaker Nick Verbitsky. Patterson Belknap represents monoline mortgage insurers Ambac, Syncora and Assured Guaranty in their pursuit of Bear Stearns and now JPM.

Unfortunately, the NYAG complaint rests a bit too heavily on Patterson Belknap’s Ambac complaints (first and second amended versions) when discussing the role and responsibilities of global professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

From the Ambac Second Amended Complaint:

In August 2006, Bear Stearns’ external auditor, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (“PWC”), advised Bear Stearns that its failure to promptly review the loans identified as defaulting or defective was a breach of its obligations to the securitizations.232 PWC advised Bear Stearns to begin the “[i]mmediate processing of the buy-out if there is a clear breach in the PSA agreement to match common industry practices, the expectation of investors and to comply with the provisions in the PSA agreement.”

The New York Attorney General’s complaint repeats an error made by Patterson Belknap in the Ambac complaints and that was proliferated in many media reports when the Ambac suit was filed: PwC is not Bear Stearns external auditor. The error in the paragraph above and another that says “audit firm” PwC advised Bear Stearns in August of 2006 that “its failure to promptly evaluate whether the defaulting loans breached EMC’s representations and warranties to the securitization participants was contrary to “common industry practices, the expectation of investors and . . . the provisions in the [deal documents],”"  misrepresents PwC's role and the importance of its report, misleading the reader. The error wasn't caught by the New York Attorney General's office, potentially affecting its litigation strategy and the public's perception of PwC.

The PwC report prepared for Bear Stearns is entitled, “UPB Break Repurchase Project – August 31, 2006.” Alison Frankel obtained a copy of the first few pages but that’s enough to see that PwC acted as a consultant to Bear Stearns, not its external auditor. This was not an audit report. It is the summary of recommendations to a client by a consultant who was paid for advice that likely wasn't followed.

Bear Stearns’ auditor was Deloitte until its acquisition by JPMorgan Chase. The acquisition was completed on May 30, 2008 at a renegotiated price of $10 per share. (The initial bid was $2 per share.) The U.S. Federal Reserve made it easier for JPMorgan Chase to swallow the deal by taking on $29 billion of Bear Stearns' toxic assets.

(Some of Deloitte’s other audit clients shared a similar fate. Washington Mutual was also acquired by PwC audit client JPMorgan and Merrill Lynch was bought, under duress, by Bank of America, another PwC audit client. The UK government had to nationalize utter failure Royal Bank of Scotland who still uses Deloitte as an auditor.)

Deloitte recently settled a shareholder case against the firm stemming from their role as auditor of Bear Stearns. Deloitte was on the brink of having to answer for its actions – or rather inactions – at a trial.

Reuters described the rationale of US District Judge Robert Sweet on January 23, 2011 that allowed the case, which included Bear Stearns executives and auditor Deloitte as defendants, to go to trial:

Deloitte’s audits “were so deficient that the audit amounted to no audit at all,” the [Bear Stearns investors] plaintiffs argued in court papers.

Neither the Patterson Belknap lawsuits nor the New York Attorney General lawsuit name the Bear Stearns auditor, Deloitte, as a defendant. Maybe that’s because by incorrectly claiming that “external auditor” PwC had strongly encouraged Bear Stearns to change their ways, the lawyers were under the mistaken impression that the purported “external auditor” PwC was some kind of hero.

Perhaps if the New York AG had its facts straight and not just apparently copy-pasted assertions from another lawsuit, they may have also sued Deloitte. After all, Deloitte recently paid $20 million dollars because of allegations that its audit was an example of, in the words of recent court decisions, “an egregious refusal to see the obvious, or to investigate the doubtful,” and that its client Bear Stearns' accounting judgments were such that no reasonable auditor would have made the same decisions if confronted with the same facts.

Why not plug in that complaint, too?

Did consulting hero PwC give the same strong advice it gave Bear Stearns in 2006 about best practices for repurchase claims and reserves to its real audit clients JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and PNC  Bank?

JP Morgan Chase is accused in another Patterson Belknap suit, Assured Guaranty vs. EMC, of taking, “newfound positions as to circumstances in which loans must be repurchased from a securitization that were inconsistent with, and contravened, EMC's own interpretation of its obligations prior to JP Morgan's takeover.”

So let’s get this straight. PwC consultants told Bear Stearns in August of 2006 that, “its failure to promptly review the loans identified as defaulting or defective was a breach of its obligations to the securitizations.” Bear Stearns should begin the “[i]mmediate processing of the buy-out if there is a clear breach in the PSA agreement to match common industry practices, the expectation of investors and to comply with the provisions in the PSA agreement.” PwC told Bear Stearns to reverse its process flow and first consider, “whether there is a breach of representations and warranties in the PSA agreement and then pursue the claim against the original seller of the loan.”

According to the Assured lawsuit, JP Morgan’s Alison Malkin (Executive Director of Securitized Products at J.P. Morgan Securities Inc.) told EMC after the acquisition that "its own breach determinations with respect to its own loans in its own securitizations are incorrect." An EMC witness conceded, according to the lawsuit,

“…due to Malkin's direct orders "the [repurchase] recommendations were changed. Accordingly, at JPMorgan's directive, EMC canceled the repurchase of loans that "we have previously added to the Repurchase Log, but we need to re-address using our updated standards.””

Assured’s lawyers believe that these practices have continued and that they are motivated by JPMorgan's desire to manipulate repurchase-related reserves on its balance sheet. Bob Christensen, an authority on the auditing, accounting, and disclosure issues relating to residential mortgage loans sold with representations and warranties, believes JPMorgan’s claim in its 2Q 10Q - in particular, that the bank has reached an “inflection point” on repurchase reserves - is especially dubious. JPM is the only one of the big four banks to decrease its reserves in the 2nd quarter of 2012, the same quarter when JPM recognized significant losses and restated prior results because of the uncontrolled, loosely monitored and erroneously valued “whale trades”.

There’s also the chronic problem of Deloitte's ongoing engagement by JPMorgan Chase as the “independent consultant” for the OCC/Fed foreclosure reviews under the April 2011 consent orders. Deloitte is engaged by the bank directly to review the potential liability of JPMorgan for the foreclosure errors and fraud that occurred as a result of mortgages made by Bear Stearns, Washington Mutual and JPMChase itself. Deloitte is reviewing its own audit work – or lack of audit work - for Bear Stearns EMC and Washington Mutual at JP Morgan.

The immediate litigation conflict regarding the Bear Stearns EMC mortgages Deloitte is reviewing at JPMorgan Chase resolved itself when Deloitte settled the earlier litigation against them for their audits of Bear Stearns. Now we have new litigation from the New York Attorney General for the “scams” that occurred at Bear Stearns on Deloitte’s watch, as well as all the ongoing lawsuits against Bear Stearns that do not name Deloitte but air a lot of dirty laundry about its audit client.

How can Deloitte maintain its independence at JPMorgan Chase given the number of parties suing its former audit client Bear Stearns? How much longer can the OCC/Fed allow Deloitte’s potentially “see no evil” review to go on?

A comment from the New York Attorney General's Office had not yet been received at time of publication.  Spokesmen from Patterson Belknap and PwC acknowledged that PwC's role had been mischaracterized in the lawsuits.

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Adoption of SaaS based cloud platforms have increased in many industries. In the higher education sector, adoption of these platforms increased rapidly during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is because the transition to virtual learning has driven many institutions for reevaluate the longevity of their technology stack. Furthermore, various advantages associated with SaaS based platform are expected to boost the market growth. These benefits include fewer IT demands & constraints on capacity, greater flexibility to meet needs, enhanced collaboration, less down time, data recovery, enhanced security, and predictable monthly expenses. Therefore, increasing adoption of SaaS based cloud platforms in higher education is estimated to fuel the market growth.

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The global Cloud Computing in Higher Education market is segmented the institute type, application, ownership, and deployment.
By Institute Type,
Universities
Technical school
Ivy League Schools (Universities)
Community Colleges
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Administration
o Payments
o Calendar (Scheduling & Planning)
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The administration segment is estimated to hold the largest market share of about 44% owing to high usage of cloud computing for administrative purposes such as payments and planning, among others. Within this, the calendar sub segment is expected to surpass a value of USD 287 million by 2025. The content/document storage and management segment is anticipated to witness the fastest growth rate of about 23.5% owing to use of cloud computing services for storage purposes.
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Public Institutes
Private Institutes

The private institutes segment is anticipated to hold the largest market share owing to increasing funding in private institutes for adoption of cloud computing services. The public institutes segment is expected to grow at the fastest rate owing to growing government initiatives to install cloud computing based education systems in public institutes.
By Deployment,
Private Cloud
Public Cloud
Hybrid Cloud
Community Cloud

The hybrid cloud segment held the largest market share as it allows educational institutes to deploy a system or an application using more than one type of deployment model. The private cloud segment is expected to witness the fastest growth and cross a market value of USD 900 million by 2023.

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Based on region, the global Cloud Computing in Higher Education market is divided into Europe, North America, Asia, Middle East, Africa, and South America.

The North America region is expected to hold the largest market share of around 29% owing to the rising adoption of technologically advanced products in the U.S. and Canada. The Asia Pacific region is anticipated to witness the fastest growth rate of around 26.6% owing to growing awareness regarding cloud computing technologies in the region.
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Key players operating in the global Cloud Computing in Higher Education market include Adobe Systems, Inc., Alibaba Group, Cisco Systems, Inc., International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Netapp, Oracle Corporation, NEC Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, VMware, Inc., Amazon Web Services, Inc., Ellucian Company L.P., Dell EMC, Salesforce.com, SAP, and Blackboard, among others.
The approximate market share of the top 4 players is near about 61%. These market players are engaged in mergers & acquisitions, collaborations, and new product launches to strengthen their market presence. For instance, in August 2021, Oracle was appointed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India (MeitY) for providing empanelled cloud infrastructure solutions.

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New York, US, July 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR), "Storage in Big Data Market Analysis by Component (Hardware, Software and Services), By Vertical (BFSI, IT & Telecommunication, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transportation, Media & Entertainment and Others) - Forecast 2030" valuation is poised to reach USD 21.53 Billion by 2030, registering an 15.4% CAGR throughout the forecast period (2021–2030). 

Storage in Big Data Market Overview

The digitalization of records has generated an enormous need for storage in the big data market. Backups, storage, security, and cost are some of the vital features the storage in the big data industry. It also offers benefits to various businesses, particularly healthcare, for preserving up-to-date data records and effectively managing all the clients' records.

Storage in Big Data Market Report Scope:

Report Metric Details
  Market Size USD 21.3 Bn by 2030
  CAGR 15.4% From 2021 to 2030
  Base Year 2020
  Forecast Period 2021 To 2030
  Historical Data 2019
  Forecast Units Value (USD Billion)
  Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
  Segments Covered Component, Vertical and Region
  Geographies Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW)
  Key Vendors International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.), Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (U.S.), Google Inc. (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (U.S), Amazon Web Services (U.S.), Dell EMC (U.S.), Google Inc. (U.S.), Teradata Corporation (U.S.), VMware, Inc. (U.S.)
  Key Market Opportunities The increased adoption and implementation of cloud computing has enhanced the storage in big data market opportunities for growth
  Key Market Drivers Storage in Big Data Market Demand is Rising due to the Capability of Big Data to Provide Security, Backups, Safety, Cost Efficiency and Large Storage

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With the higher storage volumes, companies can properly manage and store data. Such offers extend the storage in big data market opportunities for growth as many companies are becoming eager to adopt and implement storage in big data. The developments in big data market trends in storage will propel market growth shortly.

In latest years, the technological advancements and increased adoption of cloud computing have escalated the global storage in the big data market. As per the big data market forecast storage, the rising demand for big data and software-based storage devices has exhilarated the market potential. The Internet of things or IoT is constantly developing, and companies are progressing more towards adopting the Internet of things, which led to the big data market growth storage. The demand for larger storage, improved security, safety, backups, and cost-effectiveness drives global storage in the big data market.

Market USP Covered

Market Drivers

The global market for storage in big data has recorded a massive surge in the growth rate in the last few years. The market's growth is mainly credited to the capability of big data to provide security, large storage, cost efficiency, safety, and backups. With the rapid urbanization and digitization among various sectors worldwide, people are shifting more towards technological advancements and opting out of the digitalization of data records.

Market Restraints

On the other hand, the reduction in the budgets of data storage and the higher overall cost of flash storage ownership are likely to restrict the growth of the storage in the big data market.

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Storage in Big Data Market Segments

Among all the verticals, the I.T. and telecommunication sector is likely to lead the global storage in the big data market over the assessment timeframe. The rapidly growing I.T. sector across the globe is the primary aspect causing an upsurge in the segment's growth. Furthermore, the growing investments in the sector are another crucial parameter supporting the segment's growth.

Among all the components, the hardware component is likely to secure the largest revenue share across the global storage in the big data market over the coming years. The segment is further classified into servers, networks, and storage.

Storage in Big Data Market Regional Analysis 

The global market for storage in big data is analyzed across five major regions such as Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East & Africa.

According to the Market Research Future (MRFR) analysis reports, the North American region is anticipated to account for the highest revenue across the global storage in the big data market over the forecasted era. The major aspect causing an upsurge in the regional market's growth is the rapid digitalization across various industries. The US is the leading growth contributor across the regional market. Furthermore, the presence of major players across the U.S. is another crucial parameter anticipated to boost the regional market's growth over the forecasted timeframe. In addition, the blossoming big data analytics and IoT are anticipated to catalyze the regional market's growth over the coming years.

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The storage in the big data market for the European region is anticipated to grow substantially over the assessment timeframe. The regional market's growth is attributed primarily to the technological advancements across the sector. Furthermore, factors such as rising adoption of smart devices and digital transformation are also likely to positively impact the regional market's growth over the forecasted era.

The Asia-Pacific regional market for storage in big data is likely to grow substantially over the review timeframe. The regional market's growth is mainly credited to improved business performance and customer expectations fulfillment. Furthermore, the growing digitalization across the emerging nations is another crucial parameter likely to boost the regional market's growth over the assessment timeframe. Moreover, the increasing adoption of smartphones, smart devices, and tablets is anticipated to boost the demand for cloud-based storage platforms, likely to catalyze regional storage growth in the big data market over the coming years. Additionally, the increasing implementation of mobile and cloud solutions across developing countries such as India, Malaysia, and Singapore are also projected to boost the demand for the market across the region.

COVID-19 Impact

The global COVID19 outbreak has had a major impact on the global economy and decreased the growth rate to the lowest points. Such a major impact on the global economy will take many years to get back on track and achieve momentum. The imposition of partial or complete lockdowns across several regions worldwide made several market sectors face huge revenue losses. The businesses and working sectors faced severe consequences of the pandemic and tolerated huge financial losses. During the lockdown, manufacturing units and industrial work were halted, causing disruptions in the overall supply chain and broadening the supply to demand gap. On the other hand, the storage in the big data market managed to survive in the tough times and maintained a balanced growth rate.

During the lockdown, people across the globe stayed at home, and businesses have also enabled employees to work from their homes, which boosted the demand for higher data storage. The growth in the requirement for larger storage capacity for data boosted the market's growth in latest times. Several leading players across the market experienced an increase in the demand for better storage capacities in big data and increased storage in big data market size during the pandemic. The growing need for backups, safety, and data security is soaring up the storage in big data market growth over the forecasted years.

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Storage in Big Data Market Competitive Analysis

Dominant Key Players on Storage in Big Data Market Covered are:

  •  International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.)
  •  Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (U.S.)
  •  Google Inc. (U.S.)
  •  Microsoft Corporation (U.S.)
  •  Oracle Corporation (U.S.)
  •  Hewlett Packard Enterprise (U.S)
  •  Amazon Web Services (U.S.)
  •  Dell EMC (U.S.)
  •  Google Inc. (U.S.)
  •  Teradata Corporation (U.S.)
  •  VMware Inc. (U.S.)

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Killexams : The audacious PR plot that seeded doubt about climate change

Thirty years ago, a bold plan was cooked up to spread doubt and persuade the public that climate change was not a problem. The little-known meeting - between some of America's biggest industrial players and a PR genius - forged a devastatingly successful strategy that endured for years, and the consequences of which are all around us.

On an early autumn day in 1992, E Bruce Harrison, a man widely acknowledged as the father of environmental PR, stood up in a room full of business leaders and delivered a pitch like no other.

At stake was a contract worth half a million dollars a year - about £850,000 in today's money. The prospective client, the Global Climate Coalition (GCC) - which represented the oil, coal, auto, utilities, steel, and rail industries - was looking for a communications partner to change the narrative on climate change.

Don Rheem and Terry Yosie, two of Harrison's team present that day, are sharing their stories for the first time.

"Everybody wanted to get the Global Climate Coalition account," says Rheem, "and there I was, smack in the middle of it."

The GCC had been conceived only three years earlier, as a forum for members to exchange information and lobby policy makers against action to limit fossil fuel emissions.

Though scientists were making rapid progress in understanding climate change, and it was growing in salience as a political issue, in its first years the Coalition saw little cause for alarm. President George HW Bush was a former oilman, and as a senior lobbyist told the BBC in 1990, his message on climate was the GCC's message.

There would be no mandatory fossil fuel reductions.

But all that changed in 1992. In June, the international community created a framework for climate action, and November's presidential election brought committed environmentalist Al Gore into the White House as vice-president. It was clear the new administration would try to regulate fossil fuels.

The Coalition recognised that it needed strategic communications help and put out a bid for a public relations contractor.

Image source, E Bruce Harrison
Image caption,

E Bruce Harrison was known as the “Dean of green PR”

Though few outside the PR industry might have heard of E Bruce Harrison or the eponymous company he had run since 1973, he had a string of campaigns for some of the US's biggest polluters under his belt.

He had worked for the chemical industry discrediting research on the toxicity of pesticides; for the tobacco industry, and had recently run a campaign against tougher emissions standards for the big car makers. Harrison had built a firm that was considered one of the very best.

Media historian Melissa Aronczyk, who interviewed Harrison before he died in 2021, says he was a strategic linchpin for his clients, ensuring everyone was on the same page.

"He was a master at what he did," she says.

Drawing on thousands of newly discovered documents, this three-part film charts how the oil industry mounted a campaign to sow doubt about the science of climate change, the consequences of which we are living through today.

Before the pitch, Harrison had assembled a team of both seasoned PR professionals and almost total novices. Among them was Don Rheem, who had no industry credentials. He had studied ecology before becoming an environmental journalist. A chance meeting with Harrison, who must have seen the strategic value of adding Rheem's environmental and media connections to the team, led to a job offer on the GCC pitch.

"I thought, 'Wow, this is an opportunity to get a front row seat at probably one of the most pressing science policy and public policy issues that we were facing.'

"It just felt enormously important," Rheem says.

Image source, Don Rheem
Image caption,

Don Rheem as a younger man

Terry Yosie - who had recently been recruited from the American Petroleum Institute, becoming a senior vice-president at the firm - remembers that Harrison began the pitch by reminding his audience that he was instrumental in fighting the auto reforms. He had done so, in part, by reframing the issue.

The same tactics would now help beat climate regulation. They would persuade people that the scientific facts weren't settled, and that alongside the environment, policy makers needed to consider how action on climate change would - in the GCC's view - negatively affect American jobs, trade and prices.

The strategy would be implemented through an extensive media campaign, everything from placing quotes and pitching opinion pieces (so-called op-eds), to direct contacts with journalists.

Image caption,

An extract from a GCC business card for reporters, shared by former journalist Nicky Sundt

"A lot of reporters were assigned to write stories," Rheem says, "and they were struggling with the complexity of the issue. So I would write backgrounders so reporters could read them and get up to speed."

Uncertainty ran through the full gamut of the GCC's publications, a creative array of letters, glossy brochures, and monthly newsletters.

Rheem and the team were prolific - within a year, Harrison's firm claimed to have secured more than 500 specific mentions in the media.

Image caption,

An extract from a 1994/5 GCC booklet made by E Bruce Harrison's team, from the collection of Nicky Sundt

In August 1993, Harrison took stock of progress in another meeting with the GCC.

"The rising awareness of the scientific uncertainty has caused some in Congress to pause on advocating new initiatives," declared an updated internal strategy pitch, shared with the BBC by Terry Yosie.

"Activists sounding the alarm over 'global warming' have publicly conceded that they lost ground in the communications arena over the past year."

Now, Harrison counselled, they needed to expand the external voices making their case.

"Scientists, economists, academics and other noted experts carry greater credibility with the media and general public than industry representatives."

Image caption,

Harrison was "a master at what he did," says historian Melissa Aronczyk, who shared this undated advert with the BBC

While most climate scientists agreed that human-caused climate change was a real issue that would require action, a small group argued there was no cause for alarm. The plan was to pay these sceptics to give speeches or write op-eds - about $1,500 (£1,250) per article - and to arrange media tours so they could appear on local TV and radio stations.

"My role was to identify the voices that were not in the mainstream and to give those voices a stage," Rheem says. "There was a lot we didn't know at the time. And part of my role was to highlight what we didn't know."

He says the media was hungry for these perspectives.

"Journalists were actually actively looking for the contrarians. It was really feeding an appetite that was already there."

John Passacantando

BBC

If you say something enough times, people will begin to believe it

John Passacantando
Executive director, Ozone Action 1992-2000

Many of these sceptics or deniers have rejected the idea that funding from the GCC and other industry groups had any impact on their views. But the scientists and environmentalists tasked with repudiating them - arguing the reality of climate change - encountered a well-organised and effective campaign they found hard to match.

"The Global Climate Coalition is seeding doubt everywhere, fogging the air… And environmentalists really don't know what's hitting them," environmental campaigner John Passacantando remembers.

"What the geniuses of the PR firms who work for these big fossil fuel companies know is that truth has nothing to do with who wins the argument. If you say something enough times, people will begin to believe it."

Image caption,

Harrison's company paid experts to argue that mainstream climate scientists were overstating the problem

In a document dating from around 1995, shared with the BBC by Melissa Aronczyk, Harrison wrote that the "GCC has successfully turned the tide on press coverage of global climate change science, effectively countering the eco-catastrophe message and asserting the lack of scientific consensus on global warming."

The groundwork had been laid for the industry's biggest campaign to date - opposing international efforts to negotiate emissions reductions at Kyoto, in Japan, in December 1997. By then, a consensus had emerged among scientists that human-caused warming was now detectable. But the US public was still showing signs of doubt. As many as 44% of respondents to a Gallup poll believed scientists were divided. Public antipathy made it harder for politicians to fight for action, and America never implemented the agreement reached in Kyoto. It was a major victory for the industry coalition.

"I think E Bruce Harrison was proud of the work he did. He knew how central he had been to moving the needle on how companies intervened in the conversation about global warming," says Aronczyk.

Al Gore

BBC

I think it's the moral equivalent of a war crime

Al Gore
Former Vice President and environmentalist

The same year as the Kyoto negotiation, Harrison sold his firm. Rheem decided that public relations wasn't the right career, while Yosie had long since moved on to other environmental projects for the firm. Meanwhile, the GCC began to disintegrate, as some members grew uncomfortable with its hard line. But the tactics, the playbook, and the message of doubt were now embedded and would outlive their creators. Three decades on, the consequences are all around us.

"I think it's the moral equivalent of a war crime," says former US Vice-President Al Gore of the big oil companies' efforts to block action.

"I think it is, in many ways, the most serious crime of the post-World War Two era, anywhere in the world. The consequences of what they've done are just almost unimaginable."

Image caption,

Don Rheem is now a workplace and leadership consultant

"Would I do anything differently? It's a hard question to answer," reflects Don Rheem, who says he was "way down the totem pole" of the GCC's operation. "There's some sadness that not much has happened."

He maintains that climate science was too uncertain in the 1990s to warrant "drastic actions", and that developing countries - particularly China and Russia - have ultimately been responsible for the decades of climate inaction, rather than American industry.

"I think it's really easy to create a conspiracy theory about really pernicious intent of industry to completely halt any progress," Rheem says. "Personally, I didn't see that.

"I was very young. I was very curious... Knowing what I know today, would I have done some things differently then?

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Killexams : Australia news live: Linda Burney hails Archie Roach’s songs as ‘a source of healing’; nation records at least 32 Covid deaths No result found, try new keyword!Follow all the day’s news. WA government lifts public worker pay rise offer to 6% over two years 04:31 Western Australian teachers, nurses, police officers, cleaners and public servants ... Sat, 30 Jul 2022 16:31:00 -0500 en-gb text/html https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/other/australia-news-live-linda-burney-hails-archie-roach-s-songs-as-a-source-of-healing-nation-records-at-least-41-covid-deaths/ar-AA108eMC Killexams : The verdict is Pure as Scottish prosecutor upgrades high-end storage

Scotland’s Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) has switched from ageing EMC storage hardware to Pure Storage flash-based arrays in a move that boosted I/O performance, overcame a capacity bottleneck and massively simplified management.

COPFS has dealt with more than 90,000 cases since 2016 and holds huge amounts of data in formats that range from everyday standard Word, PDF and Excel documents, where versioning for legal reasons may see 30 instances of the same file created.

Also, since the pandemic, digital media has been centralised whereas formerly it was held on CDs, USBs, etc, so that CCTV and mobile phone data is now accessible from anywhere.

COPFS’s core work also centres on case management applications that lean heavily on Oracle database environments.

The organisation runs two datacentres – in Glasgow and Edinburgh – with a largely Windows environment and up to 400 VMware virtual servers.

COPFS had been running two EMC VMAX – the storage giant’s former flagship arrays – at each datacentre and each with 72TB of capacity for most of its storage, with a much smaller amount of capacity on Dell EMC Xtremio all-flash arrays for virtual desktops.

Apart from anything else, they were very big, said Adam Biggs, head of IT services at COPFS.

“Each array occupied two full cabinets, so were two metres high and about the same across,” he said. “And they didn’t have dedupe or compression. To add more capacity would have needed an entire extra cabinet.”

Biggs added: “It was spinning disk and it was old, so we were replacing a drive every week. Also, any work on it was a bit of a dark art and we had to get contractors in to do simple things like extend a volume.”

COPFS eventually replaced the EMC hardware with two Pure Storage FlashArray//X50 arrays, each with 120TB of raw capacity that ran to 580TB with data reduction applied.

Pure’s FlashArray//X range is its NVMe flash-equipped storage aimed at high-performance use cases, and which scales potentially to petabytes.

The organisation opted for Pure’s Evergreen programme, in which the customer buys the hardware but can replace components on an agreed upgrade cycle. Pure offers a range of procurement options that extend to as-a-service purchasing, but in this case, COPFS decided it would manage the arrays in-house but get a controller hardware upgrade after four years. COPFS also uses Pure’s SafeMode immutable snapshot provision to protect against ransomware.

Did COPFS consider any options towards as-a-service provision? “It’s a case of capex vs opex and for us as public sector, it suits us to capitalise the investment and operationalise the support and maintenance,” said Biggs.

So, what are the key benefits?

“It’s storage, so if it doesn’t break, no one cares, but it’s good to have the confidence that it will do what the organisation expects,” said Biggs. “Also, being able to manage it simply is good. And support. We’ve had one or two disks die – which is normal – but it’s been fantastic and upgrades have happened without disruption.”

In terms of measurables, the database team has reported I/O improvements of about 15%, he added.

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Killexams : CoComelon Is Hitting the Road! Find Out Where to Catch the Huge North American Tour This Fall

CoComelon is getting back on the road!

On Thursday, Moonbug Entertainment and EMC announced that the hit children's series — popular fare on YouTube and Netflix, among other streaming hubs — will embark on the next leg of a North American tour featuring more than 65 cities.

CoComelon LIVE! JJ's Journey kicks off at the Lyric Theater in Baltimore on Friday, Sept. 16, followed by a show at the Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Saturday, Sept. 17. Tickets go on sale Friday.

The first set of dates for the live show will include Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, on Sept. 20, Atlanta on Sept. 24, Memphis, Tennessee, on Sept. 26, Austin on Oct. 2, San Diego, California, on Oct. 8, Los Angeles on Oct. 9, and Las Vegas on Oct. 10, with more dates to be announced.

According to a press release, JJ's Journey follows JJ and his family as they are "putting on a show where JJ is writing his own song and he needs a little help. In the end, JJ learns that by using his imagination, he can create, solve problems and have wonderful adventures, proving that with a little help from your family and friends, you can make your dreams come true."

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Cocomelon live

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With more than 20 songs, including new original tunes, the show is a "fun-filled, interactive musical romp with magical special effects," the press release says.

Fans and press have raved about the first leg of the tour, according to the release, saying, "The visuals and choreography were nothing short of amazing!" and "So much fun for the kids and even the adults!"

"If you know kids who are obsessed with CoComelon and parents or family members who catch themselves singing along, this show is the perfect combination of a high-quality production for adults and consistent audience engagement to keep the kids entertained," said producer Glenn Osher.

"We're so glad JJ and his family are back and can share their exciting journey with other families around the country," added Michael Cohl of the production company EMC.

"The response we received from the first leg of the tour was extraordinary and I have heard from parents that this is a perfect live event to bond with their child."

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Killexams : e-Mission Control Launches New Website

e-Mission Control has debuted a new website that combines enhanced features, design, and functionality.

A visit to www. e-missioncontrol.com now reveals a completely new online experience. The new e-Mission Control (eMC) website project was led by Colleen Harrison, e-Mission Control's Head of Marketing. "We put months of effort into this project to bring our partners, prospects and people interested in clean fuel programs the most informative, useful, and user-friendly site possible," said Colleen.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220726005952/en/

e-missioncontrol.com home page on their new site. (Photo: Business Wire)

Brand new features on the e-Mission Control website include information about active and pending clean fuel programs, qualifying electric equipment and vehicles, and incentive calculators for multiple state programs spanning a wide range of electric equipment. The new website also features a robust FAQ section with over 30 new Braindumps about clean fuel program enrollment, participation, and management. Lastly, the new site features expanded blog entries including regulation updates, funding resources, industry events, and partner spotlights.

"The partner spotlight is becoming one of my favorite parts of the new site. This gives us the opportunity to highlight some of our forward-thinking partners and their sustainability programs," remarked Colleen.

For existing partners, the new website still allows easy access to "My-eMC", e-Mission Control's SaaS platform designed for seamless clean fuel program management. As programs like California's LCFS and Oregon's CFP come online in other states, the new website was built with the flexibility to easily accommodate and promote participation in those programs.

About e-Mission Control

e-Mission Control is a SaaS company that designs, manages, and executes electricity consumption data platforms and services for forward-thinking on- and off-road vehicle fleet operators. With a specific focus on clean fuel programs in California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, e-Mission Control partners with owners and operators of zero-emission vehicles and equipment at airports, seaports, retailers, grocers, manufacturers, campuses, distribution facilities, municipalities, and many others along the West Coast and beyond. For more information, please visit www.e-missioncontrol.com

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Killexams : The audacious PR plot that seeded doubt about climate change

Thirty years ago, a bold plan was cooked up to spread doubt and persuade the public that climate change was not a problem. The little-known meeting - between some of America's biggest industrial players and a PR genius - forged a devastatingly successful strategy that endured for years, and the consequences of which are all around us.

On an early autumn day in 1992, E Bruce Harrison, a man widely acknowledged as the father of environmental PR, stood up in a room full of business leaders and delivered a pitch like no other.

At stake was a contract worth half a million dollars a year - about £850,000 in today's money. The prospective client, the Global Climate Coalition (GCC) - which represented the oil, coal, auto, utilities, steel, and rail industries - was looking for a communications partner to change the narrative on climate change.

Don Rheem and Terry Yosie, two of Harrison's team present that day, are sharing their stories for the first time.

"Everybody wanted to get the Global Climate Coalition account," says Rheem, "and there I was, smack in the middle of it."

The GCC had been conceived only three years earlier, as a forum for members to exchange information and lobby policy makers against action to limit fossil fuel emissions.

Though scientists were making rapid progress in understanding climate change, and it was growing in salience as a political issue, in its first years the Coalition saw little cause for alarm. President George HW Bush was a former oilman, and as a senior lobbyist told the BBC in 1990, his message on climate was the GCC's message.

There would be no mandatory fossil fuel reductions.

But all that changed in 1992. In June, the international community created a framework for climate action, and November's presidential election brought committed environmentalist Al Gore into the White House as vice-president. It was clear the new administration would try to regulate fossil fuels.

The Coalition recognised that it needed strategic communications help and put out a bid for a public relations contractor.

Image source, E Bruce Harrison
Image caption,

E Bruce Harrison was known as the “Dean of green PR”

Though few outside the PR industry might have heard of E Bruce Harrison or the eponymous company he had run since 1973, he had a string of campaigns for some of the US's biggest polluters under his belt.

He had worked for the chemical industry discrediting research on the toxicity of pesticides; for the tobacco industry, and had recently run a campaign against tougher emissions standards for the big car makers. Harrison had built a firm that was considered one of the very best.

Media historian Melissa Aronczyk, who interviewed Harrison before he died in 2021, says he was a strategic linchpin for his clients, ensuring everyone was on the same page.

"He was a master at what he did," she says.

Drawing on thousands of newly discovered documents, this three-part film charts how the oil industry mounted a campaign to sow doubt about the science of climate change, the consequences of which we are living through today.

Before the pitch, Harrison had assembled a team of both seasoned PR professionals and almost total novices. Among them was Don Rheem, who had no industry credentials. He had studied ecology before becoming an environmental journalist. A chance meeting with Harrison, who must have seen the strategic value of adding Rheem's environmental and media connections to the team, led to a job offer on the GCC pitch.

"I thought, 'Wow, this is an opportunity to get a front row seat at probably one of the most pressing science policy and public policy issues that we were facing.'

"It just felt enormously important," Rheem says.

Image source, Don Rheem
Image caption,

Don Rheem as a younger man

Terry Yosie - who had recently been recruited from the American Petroleum Institute, becoming a senior vice-president at the firm - remembers that Harrison began the pitch by reminding his audience that he was instrumental in fighting the auto reforms. He had done so, in part, by reframing the issue.

The same tactics would now help beat climate regulation. They would persuade people that the scientific facts weren't settled, and that alongside the environment, policy makers needed to consider how action on climate change would - in the GCC's view - negatively affect American jobs, trade and prices.

The strategy would be implemented through an extensive media campaign, everything from placing quotes and pitching opinion pieces (so-called op-eds), to direct contacts with journalists.

Image caption,

An extract from a GCC business card for reporters, shared by former journalist Nicky Sundt

"A lot of reporters were assigned to write stories," Rheem says, "and they were struggling with the complexity of the issue. So I would write backgrounders so reporters could read them and get up to speed."

Uncertainty ran through the full gamut of the GCC's publications, a creative array of letters, glossy brochures, and monthly newsletters.

Rheem and the team were prolific - within a year, Harrison's firm claimed to have secured more than 500 specific mentions in the media.

Image caption,

An extract from a 1994/5 GCC booklet made by E Bruce Harrison's team, from the collection of Nicky Sundt

In August 1993, Harrison took stock of progress in another meeting with the GCC.

"The rising awareness of the scientific uncertainty has caused some in Congress to pause on advocating new initiatives," declared an updated internal strategy pitch, shared with the BBC by Terry Yosie.

"Activists sounding the alarm over 'global warming' have publicly conceded that they lost ground in the communications arena over the past year."

Now, Harrison counselled, they needed to expand the external voices making their case.

"Scientists, economists, academics and other noted experts carry greater credibility with the media and general public than industry representatives."

Image caption,

Harrison was "a master at what he did," says historian Melissa Aronczyk, who shared this undated advert with the BBC

While most climate scientists agreed that human-caused climate change was a real issue that would require action, a small group argued there was no cause for alarm. The plan was to pay these sceptics to give speeches or write op-eds - about $1,500 (£1,250) per article - and to arrange media tours so they could appear on local TV and radio stations.

"My role was to identify the voices that were not in the mainstream and to give those voices a stage," Rheem says. "There was a lot we didn't know at the time. And part of my role was to highlight what we didn't know."

He says the media was hungry for these perspectives.

"Journalists were actually actively looking for the contrarians. It was really feeding an appetite that was already there."

John Passacantando

BBC

If you say something enough times, people will begin to believe it

John Passacantando
Executive director, Ozone Action 1992-2000

Many of these sceptics or deniers have rejected the idea that funding from the GCC and other industry groups had any impact on their views. But the scientists and environmentalists tasked with repudiating them - arguing the reality of climate change - encountered a well-organised and effective campaign they found hard to match.

"The Global Climate Coalition is seeding doubt everywhere, fogging the air… And environmentalists really don't know what's hitting them," environmental campaigner John Passacantando remembers.

"What the geniuses of the PR firms who work for these big fossil fuel companies know is that truth has nothing to do with who wins the argument. If you say something enough times, people will begin to believe it."

Image caption,

Harrison's company paid experts to argue that mainstream climate scientists were overstating the problem

In a document dating from around 1995, shared with the BBC by Melissa Aronczyk, Harrison wrote that the "GCC has successfully turned the tide on press coverage of global climate change science, effectively countering the eco-catastrophe message and asserting the lack of scientific consensus on global warming."

The groundwork had been laid for the industry's biggest campaign to date - opposing international efforts to negotiate emissions reductions at Kyoto, in Japan, in December 1997. By then, a consensus had emerged among scientists that human-caused warming was now detectable. But the US public was still showing signs of doubt. As many as 44% of respondents to a Gallup poll believed scientists were divided. Public antipathy made it harder for politicians to fight for action, and America never implemented the agreement reached in Kyoto. It was a major victory for the industry coalition.

"I think E Bruce Harrison was proud of the work he did. He knew how central he had been to moving the needle on how companies intervened in the conversation about global warming," says Aronczyk.

Al Gore

BBC

I think it's the moral equivalent of a war crime

Al Gore
Former Vice President and environmentalist

The same year as the Kyoto negotiation, Harrison sold his firm. Rheem decided that public relations wasn't the right career, while Yosie had long since moved on to other environmental projects for the firm. Meanwhile, the GCC began to disintegrate, as some members grew uncomfortable with its hard line. But the tactics, the playbook, and the message of doubt were now embedded and would outlive their creators. Three decades on, the consequences are all around us.

"I think it's the moral equivalent of a war crime," says former US Vice-President Al Gore of the big oil companies' efforts to block action.

"I think it is, in many ways, the most serious crime of the post-World War Two era, anywhere in the world. The consequences of what they've done are just almost unimaginable."

Image caption,

Don Rheem is now a workplace and leadership consultant

"Would I do anything differently? It's a hard question to answer," reflects Don Rheem, who says he was "way down the totem pole" of the GCC's operation. "There's some sadness that not much has happened."

He maintains that climate science was too uncertain in the 1990s to warrant "drastic actions", and that developing countries - particularly China and Russia - have ultimately been responsible for the decades of climate inaction, rather than American industry.

"I think it's really easy to create a conspiracy theory about really pernicious intent of industry to completely halt any progress," Rheem says. "Personally, I didn't see that.

"I was very young. I was very curious... Knowing what I know today, would I have done some things differently then?

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