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Later this month, HP Enterprise will ship what looks to be the first server aimed specifically at AI inferencing for machine learning.

Machine learning is a two-part process, training and inferencing. Training is usign powerful GPUs from Nvidia and AMD or other high-performance chips to “teach” the AI system what to look for, such as image recognition.

Inference answers if the subject is a match for trained models. A GPU is overkill for that task, and a much lower power processor can be used.

Enter Qualcomm's Cloud AI100 chip, which is designed for artificial intelligence on the edge. It has up to 16 "AI cores" and supports FP16, INT8, INT16, FP32 data formats, all of which are used in inferencing. These are not custom Arm processors, they are entirely new SoCs designed for inferencing.

The AI100 is a part of the HPE Edgeline EL8000 edge gateway system that integrates compute, storage, and management in a single edge device. Inference workloads are often larger in scale and often require low-latency and high-throughput to enable real-time results.

The HPE Edgeline EL8000 is a 5U system that supports up to four independent server blades clustered using dual-redundant chassis-integrated switches. Its little brother, the HPE Edgeline EL8000t is a 2U design supports two independent server blades.

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Killexams : HP Anyware comes out of beta

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Killexams : HP Launches ‘Mentor-a-Teacher Program’ in Nigeria

Nosa Alekhuogie

In commemoration of International Day of the Girl 2021, HP has launched its new Mentor-a-Teacher program.

The initiative brings together the complete education network to empower educators to develop new learning methods for pupils.

This unique initiative is part of HP’s Partnership and Technology for Humanity (PATH), a program to pave the way toward digital equity for underserved communities around the world – focusing on education, healthcare and economic opportunities. Earlier this year HP committed to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people by 2030.

As the world continues to adapt to virtual and remote working, adjustments in education are needed too. Technology can support learning, using a hybrid of distance and in-classroom learning tools and resources, to continue students’ development. Educators today are under immense pressure to quickly pivot the way they teach, as they transition to hybrid in-person and online learning models. Not only do they need the right physical devices, but they also need expert guidance on all aspects on the move to digital learning – from IT consultancy, digital learning courses, soft skills development, and more.

HP is working collaboratively with Girl Rising, an initiative that gives children access to tell their stories with the intent to change the way the world values girls, and their education and 1 Million Teachers (1MT), to develop and empower educators. Nearly 100 HP employees across the globe in Palo Alto, Lagos, Boise, Vancouver, South Africa, among others, will serve as mentors to teachers in Nigeria to increase gender awareness, sensitization, and education, by leveraging resources provided by Girl Rising. During bi-annual cohorts, mentors at HP will meet with their mentees virtually for two hours a month, for six months.

Country Head for HP Nigeria, Emanuel Asika, said: “1MT is excited to work with Girl Rising and HP to accelerate the achievement of SDG 4 and SDG 5. We are even more excited about how this collaboration will help us to advance our mission of building a critical mass of highly capable educators from the most underserved communities across the world.”

Founder and CEO, 1 Million Teachers Inc, Hakeem Subair, said: “Teachers will also gain leadership skills by utilizing HP LIFE such as a free IT and business skills training program offered by the HP Foundation, and other valuable Girl Rising programmes. Mentors are provided with resources, and a framework, to help guide the relationship, and the development of the teachers. Mentees can become mentors once they complete the six-month program, allowing the program to scale to reach one million teachers across Africa ultimately.”

“Together with our partners, and to celebrate International Day of the Girl, HP will help promote and expand girls’ access to quality education as part of our strategy to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people by 2030. We understand and appreciate that teachers play a crucial role in helping girls stay in school. This can lead to incredible outcomes such as closing the gender equality gap, driving positive change for their communities, and even combatting climate change,” the statement said.

“By joining forces now with Girl Rising, and 1 Million Teachers, we will make an even greater impact on girls’ education, and on digital equity as we strive to become the world’s most sustainable, and just, technology company. We are thrilled HP employees are also taking the reins to help these teachers to expand their skillsets,” Asika stated.

The new programme is part of HP’s commitment to extending HP’s education reach, and to enabling better learning outcomes for 100 million people globally by 2025.

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Killexams : Cybercriminal Groups Now Selling Malware Kits To Amateur Hackers For Less Than $10: HP Report

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The amount of stolen data on the dark web is so huge that compromised system credentials are selling for under $5, the report says.

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Cyber-criminal organizations have become so professionally proficient that they’re now selling malware kits to amateur hackers for less than $10 and compromised system credentials for under $5, according to a new security report released Thursday.

In “The Evolution of Cybercrime,” HP Wolf Security, the new security platform arm of HP Inc., says a team of its investigators, along with researchers from Forensic Pathways, spent more than three months investigating the dark web and the cybercriminals lurking there.

The researchers said they analyzed more than 35 million cybercriminal marketplaces and forum posts to better “understand how cybercriminals operate, gain trust, and build reputation,” HP said in a press release.

[RELATED STORY: THE 10 BIGGEST DATA BREACHES OF 2022 (SO FAR)]

In general, researchers found what others have discovered as well: cybercriminal organizations are becoming increasingly more professional and business-like in the way they run their illegal operations, such as actually advertising stolen data and other ill-gotten materials on the dark web..

But HP researchers said they were surprised how professionally proficient cybercriminal organizations have become, such as setting up entire vendor platforms, or marketplaces, to sell an array of “products,” such as malware kits, sensitive stolen data, compromised system credentials and other items.

The cybercriminal world has become so competitive among sellers, with ever more stolen data and information, that some prices have fallen to bargain-basement levels, researchers say.

Researchers found that 76 percent of malware advertisements listed, and 91 percent of exploits (i.e. code that gives attackers control over systems by taking advantage of software bugs) retail for under $10 in the dark web.

The average price of compromised Remote Desktop Protocol credentials is just under $5. That’s less than what many Americans are paying for a gallon of gas today, HP said in its press release.

The vast majority of those products are being sold to amateur hackers who don’t possess advanced coding skills, the report found.

“Vendors are selling products in bundles, with plug-and-play malware kits, malware-as-a-service, tutorials, and mentoring services reducing the need for technical skills and experience to conduct complex, targeted attacks,” the company said in statement.

In a video conference with journalists and others on Thursday, Alex Holland, senior malware analyst at HP, said the low prices being charged for stolen digital items stunned researchers. “It’s really incredible,” he said.

The low prices perplexed researchers at first, he said. But then they realized it all comes down to the old-fashioned supply-and-demand principle of economics: The large number of sellers and huge amount of data for sale on the dark web has been driving down prices for some, though not all, items.

“It’s about supply – abundant supply,” said Holland.

Another finding from the report is that there seems to be a sort of “honor amongst cyber-thieves” approach to dealings on the dark web.

“Much like the legitimate online retail world, trust and reputation are ironically essential parts of cybercriminal commerce,” according to the HP statement.

The report found that 77 percent of cybercriminal marketplaces analyzed required a so-called “vendor bond,” or a license to sell, that can cost up to $3,000.

And most marketplaces provide “third-party dispute resolution” services and even vendor feedback scores.

Researchers also found that cyberhackers also target popular software, such as the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office, in order to “get a foothold and take control of systems.”

Dr. Mike McGuire, a University of Surrey lecturer who has studied cybercrime and who took part in the HP study, said in the HP video conference on Thursday that cybercriminals may be advertising their ill-gotten digital gains on the dark web.

But he said most nitty-gritty negotiations between cybercriminal buyers and sellers are conducted “behind the scenes,” on what he calls the “invisible ‘net,” such as through private and encrypted messaging services. 

Jay Fitzgerald

Jay Fitzgerald is a senior editor covering cybersecurity for CRN. Jay previously freelanced for the Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal, Boston magazine, Banker & Tradesman, MassterList.com, Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge, the National Bureau of Economic Research and other entities. He can be reached at jfitzgerald@thechannelcompany.com.

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Killexams : HP Victus 15 Review Tue, 12 Jul 2022 16:05:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/hp-victus-15 Killexams : Global Shapers Lagos and HP Life partners to accelerate digital transformation in Nigeria

The Lagos State chapter of the Global Shapers Community has announced an international partnership with HP Life to promote and accelerate digital transformation within the borders of Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria.

Global Shapers Community, Lagos, has been implementing the Project Digiterate programme for the past four years.

Project Digiterate is an initiative that empowers and equips youths in underserved communities aged between 15 and 35 with critical digital and technology skills.

The year 2022 marks five years of Project Digiterate, and HP Life has completed a partnership agreement with the Global Shapers Community, Lagos, to boost the impact of the initiative and empower more youths.

HP Life is one of the largest major online education technology services providers. It is set to grant access to its learning platform and resources to all Global Shapers beneficiaries within this partnership timeframe to consolidate the HP Life campaign, “HP 40 Days of Doing Good”.

The two companies will collaborate to identify and implement innovative solutions in the digital transformation and skill development ecosystems to nurture youths in key areas of the exponentially advancing global workforce.

They aim to give the broader Nigerian economy and young people a competitive advantage locally and internationally.

Ayobami Bamisaiye, Outgoing Curator at Global Shapers Community, Lagos, said:

“Global Shapers is undertaking a major impact scaling milestone for Project Digiterate that appreciates the support and expertise of a global technology organization to achieve our vision of becoming the shapers of a better society.

HP Life will be exposed to more youths as they are now a major technology partner working with the Global Shapers Community, Lagos, on this major project. The project is set to impact thousands of youths, Improve and deliver edutech services that ensure that Nigerian youths are the best equipped on and off the job.”

Emmanuel Asika, Country Head, HP Nigeria, said:

“Global Shapers Community, Lagos has achieved the advanced ambitious youth impact goal of becoming one of the most society transformation organizations in the world.

As a major technological partner, HP Life will provide the Global Shapers community with all the educational materials at our disposal to advance their already thriving community impact digital transformation program.”

Global Shapers Community and HP Life will also emphasize developing additional programs and initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion.

Through the partnership, Global Shapers Community, Lagos will receive various rights and benefits, including branding across digital platforms, project and team appearances at HP Life events and exclusive group and beneficiary experiences.

Distributed by Socialander Digital Agency on behalf of Global Shapers Community, Lagos.

Visit https://www.life-global.org/go/GS-C1 to apply for the programme.

Visit www.globalshapers.org/hubs/lagos-hub. Follow Global Shapers Lagos on Twitter at @lagosshapers.

ABOUT GLOBAL SHAPERS COMMUNITY, LAGOS

Born out of the World Economic Forum, the Global Shapers Community is a network of inspiring young people under 30 working together to address local, regional, and global challenges.

With more than 14,000 members, the Global Shapers Community spans 456 city-based hubs in 150 countries. The Lagos Hub was one of the first Global Shapers Hubs created and comprises of a group of dynamic young leaders drawn from business, non-profit, private, public service, across major sectors of the Nigerian economy.

We are committed to positively impacting our community through several initiatives to ensure a continued effort and commitment to living up to the World Economic Forum’s values, aptly summarized as ‘Committed to improving the state of the world’.

Together with our partners in Lagos, we have implemented several projects in the thematic areas of Education & Employment, Climate & Environment, and Equity & Inclusion; impacting millions of lives in the city.

ABOUT HP Life

HP LIFE is a global training program available both online and offline via Learning Equality’s Kolibri platform. HP LIFE gives people all over the world the opportunity to build skills for the future — whether they want to start or grow their own business, enter the workforce or secure a better job — by providing access to free, accessible IT and business skills training courses in eight languages.

It is also an adaptable educational resource used on the ground by trainers, educators, and mentors to enrich curricula, support business creation, and Improve employability skills. HP LIFE is a program of the HP Foundation.

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Leaders in business and academia will tackle The Pathway to Digital Transformation as they engage in one-on-one interviews and panel discussions at the 8th Annual Future of Education Summit, by CNBC AFRICA in partnership with FORBES AFRICA. This free-to-attend, virtually hosted event takes place on Friday, 29 July from 10.30am to 3.30pm, and is set to lead the dialogue on digital solutions in the tertiary education sector.

"We're very excited to welcome global leaders who have navigated digital platforms and are advancing the access and functionality of this space for the continent," said Dr Rakesh Wahi, Co-founder of the ABN Group and Founder of the Future of Education Summit. "The time for adopting digital solutions is now, but navigating a path that overcomes the challenges faced by the continent requires collaboration. That's why we're so looking forward to the solutions-driven approach of our speakers."

Dr Wahi, who will be welcoming this year's audience, is a visionary entrepreneur who has been involved with early-stage investments in emerging markets for the last 30 years. He is a well-respected member of the investment community and has distinguished himself in the field of IT, telecoms, media, technology and education investments. Alongside his role in the summit and with ABN Group, Dr Wahi is Chairman of CMA Investment Holdings that has representation through its portfolio companies in over 20 countries.

The 2022 Future of Education panellists

Bradley Pulford, Managing Director for HP, is one of the high-profile speakers joining the Future of Education Summit. In his role as Managing Director for HP Africa, Pulford is desparate to support and enhance the continent's rapidly accelerating economic growth and further HP's vision of diversity and inclusion.

Pulford is set to unpack the importance of digital equity in elevating the African education system during the Technology Challenges in Teaching and Learning panel discussion. exact research conducted by HP shows that, while educators are positive about the future of the profession, there is an urgent need to Improve their soft skills for future-proofing classrooms. During his discussion, Pulford will unpack how private-public partnerships contribute to elevating the education fraternity and providing long-term support for educators.

Pulford will be joined by Dan Adkins, Group CEO for Transnational Academic Group, responsible for teaching in the Foundation and Business programmes. With a solid grounding in the IT industry worldwide, and an MBA and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Research from Herriot-Watt University, Adkins is well-versed in the uses of technology in the tertiary sector. He has lectured at university level across a number of subjects, and has overseen the development of multiple foundation programmes while also providing seminars on education for TEDx.

Also speaking on the subject is Prof Barry Dwolatzky, an Emeritus Professor and Director of Innovation Strategy at the University of Witwatersrand. Prof Dwolatzky, who has more than 30 years of experience leading students into the digital future, also serves as the Chief Visionary Officer for the Tshimologong Precinct, and is the Director and CEO of the Joburg Centre for Software Engineering.

He will be joined by Suraj Shah, Lead for the Regional Centre for Innovative Teaching and Learning at Mastercard Foundation (the Centre) who is responsible for the implementation of partnerships between the Centre and the various governments and ministries of education in Africa. He is currently aligning EdTech entrepreneurs with the governments of Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Ghana, with the view to scale up technology innovations to Improve teaching and learning in secondary education at scale. He is passionate about women's empowerment and nurturing innovation and research among in sub-Saharan Africa.

The subject of Digital Transformation in Education will be taken on by Prof Gary Martin, CEO and Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Management since 2012. He is tasked with leading all aspects of the business, focussed on building leadership, management and workplace capability in Australia and internationally, across the corporate, government, not-for-profit and community sectors.

He is joined by Dr Kirti Menon, the Senior Director for the Division for Teaching Excellence at the University of Johannesburg who has served on national task teams with a research focus on access, exclusion and redress in higher education. As a Research Associate affiliated to the UJ Faculty of Education, Dr Menon is widely published in the fields of higher education, curriculum transformation, social exclusion and access.

Another expert addressing digital transformation is Prof Seth Kunin, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University, Australia's seventh largest university – and one of the most international. Kunin's portfolio includes international relations; marketing, recruitment and admissions; transnational education through branch campuses and partnerships; study abroad and exchange; international scholarships; and quality.

Prof Mark Smith, President and Vice-Chancellor University of Southampton, brings in-depth knowledge to the panel having published more than 380 papers on advanced magnetic resonance techniques throughout his career. In his position at the university, he also holds a number of external appointments including membership of Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Board; Senior Independent Member of UKRI EPSRC's Council; and board member of the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, chairing their Research Wales Committee.

Unpacking Lessons from Covid & Developed World Transformation Strategies for African Education is another esteemed panel line-up, among them Prof Stan du Plessis, COO and Economics Professor and Stellenbosch University, a specialist in macroeconomics and monetary policy who has advised the South African Reserve Bank and National Treasury on macroeconomic policy.

Prof Kirk Semple, Director of International Engagement of Lancaster Environment Centre at Lancaster University; will share his insights garnered over 30 years in academia, specialising in environmental microbiology. In his current role, he's been involved in international activities and partnerships for the university, specifically in sub-Saharan Africa.

Prof Zeblon Vilakazi, Vice-Chancellor and Principal at the University of the Witwatersrand, has been instrumental in establishing South Africa's first experimental high-energy physics research group at CERN, working on the Large Hadron Collider. He has fostered international collaborative research as Director of iThemba LABS where he initiated a flagship rare, isotope beam (RIB) project. He has also played a role in securing a place for African academic partners in the development of practical applications through access to the IBM Quantum Computing network.

They are joined by Adetomi Soyinka, Director of Programmes and Regional Portfolio Lead for the British Councils Higher Education Programme in Sub Saharan Africa, with more than 15 years' experience working in the commercial and international development sectors and a demonstrated track record of achievement in the design and delivery of multiple youth centred projects across education, skills for employability and enterprise.

The British Council is collaborating on the summit, showcasing its commitment to investing in education and opportunity in Africa. Commenting on this, Soyinka said: "Education and innovation are critical pathways to Improve economic well-being of Africa's future, and being part of this summit aligns with our vision of connecting international education communities, identifing mutually beneficial collaboration areas, removing learning barriers, and facilitating partnerships between various higher education sectors in Africa."

Tackling the Transformation of Higher Education Leadership is Prof Malcolm McIver, CEO and Provost of Lancaster University in Ghana. He's an experienced academic and education manager with a successful history of working in the higher education industry, international education, and transnational education.

Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Business School in Africa – the first school to be accredited by The Association of Africa Business schools (AABS) - will also lend his expertise to the panel. Henley forms part of the Henley Business School UK, a leading global business school with campuses in Europe, Asia and Africa. He boasts 45 years of international working experience as a professor of innovation, MBA director, director of executive education, designer and director of numerous executive education programmes, and lecturer in strategy, innovation and executive learning. His interests are economic and educational transformation, sustainability and business evolution.

Jaye Richards-Hill, Director of Education Industry for Middle East and Africa, Microsoft Corp, will also provide her unique perspective on the subject when she joins the panel. She has more than 30 years of international experience in teaching and training in the education and corporate sectors. Richards-Hill has also worked on government-level projects, including the exact Operation Phakisa Education Lab for the Office of the President in South Africa; and the Scottish Qualifications Authority Future Models of Assessment group; and was a member of the ICT in Education Excellence Group - a collective of education experts which advised the Scottish Secretary of State for Education on reforms to the national eLearning project and technology-driven transformation.

For the panel discussion on The Schools Business: Digital Transformation in Formal K-12 Schooling and Supplementary Tutoring, audiences can look forward to hearing from Edward Mosuwe, Head of Gauteng Department of Education, responsible for the overall leadership and management of the department, as well as serving as the accounting officer. Mosuwe has extensive experience in education having served as an academic at the then Technikon Witwatersrand (now the University of Johannesburg) and as a policy developer and a bureaucrat within the public service at national level.

Joining Mosuwe on the panel is Stacey Brewer, Co-founder and CEO of Spark Schools, an independent private school network which provides high quality, affordable education to previously underserved communities. Dean McCoubrey, Founder of the multi-award-winning EdTech Digital Citizenship Program and MySociaLife - teaching pupils media literacy and online safety – also joins the panel. He brings valuable insight into online learning, currently training Child Psychiatry Units on the latest online challenges to child development. Dean has also spoken at the World Innovation Summit for Education in Qatar (2019), The World Education Conference in Mumbai (2020) and World Mental Health Congress (June 2021), alongside many local education and mind health events.

Yandiswa Xhakaza, Director and Principal of UCT Online High School – one of the event sponsors -will join the discussion, bringing her expertise as an educationalist with significant experience in South Africa's basic education sector.

"I'm delighted to be joining the Future of Education Summit this year as a key speaker on behalf of UCT Online High School, our extended team of teachers, learning designers and support coaches," said Xhakaza. "I will be discussing UCT Online High School's successes to date, market impact, learning technology advancements and unpacking the issue of the digital divide. Along with Valenture Institute, we're committed to accelerating access to world-class high school education, so that we can unleash South Africa's potential."

The 2022 Future of Education individual speakers

This year's keynote address will be given by Prof Andy Schofield, Vice-Chancellor of Lancaster University and an award-winning theoretical physicist working in the area of condensed matter physics specialising in correlated electrons. He studied Natural Sciences followed by a PhD at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge where he was appointed to a Research Fellowship in 1992. He moved to the USA in 1994 working at Rutgers for two years before returning to Cambridge.

During a one-on-one session, Bello Tongo the CEO of Tongston Entrepreneurship will discuss the subject Incorporating Entrepreneurship Thinking in Education from Primary to Tertiary Levels. Tongo has extensive experience as a multi- multi-award-winning entrepreneur, educator and industry leader whose company is one of the top 50 global education organisations according to the Global Forum for Education & Learning.

Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg and recently appointed Deputy Chair of the Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution will also engage in a one-one-one interview focusing on Transformation in the Education Sector. As an accomplished scholar with multi-disciplinary research interests – artificial intelligence in engineering, computer science, finance, social science and medicine – Prof Marwala will bring unique insights into this topic.

Included in this year's one-one-one interview is Robert Paddock, the CEO and Founder of Valenture Institute, a social enterprise turning physical limitations into digital opportunities by enabling students to choose an aspirational school regardless of their circumstances.

Don't miss out on these dynamic discussions that unlock technological potential for the tertiary education space! To book your place at the free-to-attend Future of Education webinar, register here https://hopin.com/events/future-of-education-summit-29-july-2022.

CNBC AFRICA in partnership with FORBES AFRICA extended thanks to the sponsors, The British Council, HP and the Transnational Academic Group, and UCT Online High School.

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Killexams : First Lady of Ukraine Accepts Computer Donation from HP Inc. for Ukrainian Children and Healthcare Workers

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, met with representatives from HP Inc. and the Global Business Coalition for Education, at the Ukraine House cultural center in Washington, D.C. this week, to accept a donation of technology and learning material headed to Ukraine to support thousands of students, teachers, and healthcare practitioners.

HP’s "Digital Equity for Ukraine” initiative is a $30 million partnership with Global Business Coalition for Education that will put computers and learning materials in the hands of people who need them.

“The Ukrainian people have demonstrated incredible courage in the face of unimaginable circumstances, and we are grateful for the leadership of First Lady Olena Zelenska and others seeking to end this war,” said Enrique Lores, CEO of HP Inc. “HP continues to mobilize resources to support Ukraine. Through our partnership with the Global Business Coalition for Education, we will put personal computers in the hands of students and families who have been displaced from their homes and classrooms. This moment demands that we all take actions to support those in need.”

The computers will be distributed to organizations on the ground aiding Ukrainians by partnering with the Global Business Coalition for Education, an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld. HP will provide computers to the nonprofit organizations. Additionally, Microsoft will provide software support for the nonprofits receiving the computers.

In coordination with the Ukrainian government, about one-half of the donated computers will go to the many civilians displaced within the country and the other half to Ukrainian refugees displaced outside of Ukraine.

“We are very grateful for HP’s and the Global Business Coalition for Education’s support,” said Olena Zelenska, First Lady of Ukraine. “Their efforts and contribution will help students in Ukraine and beyond continue learning and prepare for the future, like any other youth in the world.” 

Since February, millions of Ukrainians have had their lives upended by Russia’s invasion. Nearly one-third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes, according to the United Nations, often leaving only with what they could carry.

Vulnerable children are caught in the middle of war – fleeing their homes, communities, and schools. The Ukrainian government says more than 2,000 educational institutions have been hit by bombs or shelling. Now, millions of Ukrainian students are learning remotely both inside and outside the country.

"Education is one of the first things lost and last things restored during a crisis,” said Justin van Fleet, President of Theirworld and Executive Director of the Global Business Coalition for Education. “This is why we are so glad to collaborate with HP and Microsoft to provide resources to Ukrainian students so they can continue learning.

HP has been increasingly vocal on the notion that digital equity is a human right, committing to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people around the world by 2030. And while devices are essential, they are only one piece of the equation. HP is also investing in teacher training and educational materials, including translating the HP Online Teaching Assistant to Ukrainian, to support educators who are now teaching remotely.

To date, the HP Foundation has delivered more than $3 million in grants to provide essential food, clothing, and shelter materials to Ukrainian refugees, and continues to match donations made by HP employees.

About HP Inc.

HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) is a technology company that believes one thoughtful idea has the power to change the world. Its product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions helps bring these ideas to life. Visit http://www.hp.com.

About the Global Business Coalitions for Education

The Global Business Coalition for Education is a movement of businesses committed to ending the global education crisis and unleashing the potential of the next generation. Established as an initiative of the global children’s charity Theirworld in 2012, the Global Business Coalition for Education is committed to bringing together the expertise and resources of the business community with the campaign for global education and Sustainable Development Goal 4. Visit www.gbc-education.org.

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Killexams : HP Unveils 2 Powerful Pavilion Series Laptops in India; Check Price, Features Here

New Delhi: PC and printer major HP on Monday launched new Pavilion series laptops that are equipped with 12th gen Intel H Core processors for seamless work and learning experiences. The HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch laptop starts at a price of Rs 78,999. The HP Pavilion x360 14-inch laptop is available from Rs 76,999. HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch laptop is available in colours such as Space Blue, Natural Silver, and Pale Rose Gold.

Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP India said, “We built the thinnest laptop, HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch, to cater to the hybrid lifestyle based on deep consumer insights. This PC and the Pavilion x360 14-inch devices are intended to offer exceptional experiences, so users remain connected, engaged, and productive.”

Pavilion Plus (14-inch) Laptop Features

  • The Pavilion Plus (14-inch) laptop is the thinnest Pavilion device ever at 16.5mm in an all-metal chassis.
  • The HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch is a lightweight device equipped with 12th gen Intel Core H-series processors with H-45 Watt.
  • HP Pavilion Plus 14-inch Laptop comes with two fans and two heat pipes to dramatically Improve airflow when gaming, creating, streaming or multi-tasking.

HP Pavilion x360 14-inch Laptop Features

  • Both the devices come equipped with HP Command Center, Performance Mode and Balanced Mode.
  • The HP Pavilion x360 14-inch laptop is HP’s first consumer laptop with a manual camera shutter door to provide enhanced privacy and security in today’s hybrid world.
  • The all-new HP Pavilion x360 14-inch laptop weighs just around 1.41 Kgs.

The ‘EyeSafe Certified Display; feature offers always-on blue light filter for a comfortable viewing experience, built right into the display with no need to adjust settings, said the company.

(With Inputs From IANS)

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