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Airline SAS Summons Unions for Talks on Cost Cuts, Paper Reports

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Scandinavian carrier SAS has summoned its workers' largest unions to negotiations as part of the airline's efforts to cut...
Tags: Copenhagen, Sas, Reuters Scandinavian


A deal for nuclear-powered subs is only the latest secretive collaboration between US, UK, and Australian forces

President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announce the "AUKUS" security initiative at the White House, September 15, 2021. Andrew Harnik/AP The AUKUS pact between Australia, the UK, and the US, is a new phase in their tight military relationship. The pact focuses on military technology, but those three countries already have decades of cooperation in special operations. Amid tensions with China, the new arrangement could provide...
Tags: UK, Australia, Navy, Navy Seals, Osama Bin Laden, France, White House, China, Africa, US, International, Trends, Department Of Defense, Joe Biden, Afghanistan, Beijing


A global airline is no longer requiring passengers to wear face masks on some flights

A SAS Scandinavian Airlines' Airbus A350-900 XWB. Thomas Pallini/Insider Scandinavian Airlines will no longer require face masks on flights within Scandinavia. Flights outside of Sweden, Denmark, and Norway will still have mask requirements. Sweden, where Scandinavian Airlines has its headquarters, has taken a no-lockdown pandemic approach. Scandinavian Airlines, also known as SAS, will no longer require passengers to wear face masks on flights within the Scandinavian countries of Sw...
Tags: Sweden, US, Trends, Joe Biden, World Health Organization, Denmark, Norway, Airlines, Scandinavia, Transportation Security Administration, Sas, Reuters, Qatar Airways, Sweden Denmark, Sweden Norway, Scandinavian Airlines


SAS Championship Winners and History

The post SAS Championship Winners and History appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog. SAS Championship Winners and History The SAS Championship is traditionally the final regular season event before the playoffs The post SAS Championship Winners and History appeared first on GolfBlogger Golf Blog - Golf news, course & equipment reviews & more
Tags: Sport, Golf, Sas, Champions Tour, PGA TOUR Champions, SAS Championship


Radisson Hotel Group Implements IDeaS RevPlan across EMEA for Automated Forecasting Precision

IDeaS, a SAS company, the world’s leading provider of hotel revenue management software and services, announced today that Radisson Hotel Group has implemented IDeaS RevPlan™ across 147 hotels of its EMEA-region portfolio, and counting.
Tags: Travel, Sas, EMEA, Radisson Hotel Group


Seven Die in Gas Explosion at Zimbabwe Gold Mine, Police Say

HARARE (Reuters) - Seven people, including six foreign nationals, died when some gas cylinders exploded at the SAS gold mine in Zimbabwe's Mazowe...
Tags: Zimbabwe, Sas, Harare, Reuters Seven, Zimbabwe Gold Mine Police Say


15 projects win $130M+ in USDA Sustainable Agricultural Systems grants: the complete winners

In Washington, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will invest up more than $130 million in sustainable agricultural research projects aimed at improving a robust, resilient, climate-smart food and agricultural system. This investment is made under the National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s Sustainable Agricultural Systems program. This innovative program focuses on a broad base of needed research solutions from addressing labor challenges and promoting land stewardship to correcting climat...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Utah, Usa, Maryland, Congress, California, Washington, Oregon, US, America, Usda, Research, Earth, Atlantic, Top Stories


Locate Sectors in Atola Insight Forensic 5.1

We are excited to release one of the biggest software updates for Atola Insight Forensic! The 5.1 version supports both DiskSense and DiskSense 2 units. On top of that, with 5.1, Atola Insight Forensic has become a 64-bit application and is no longer limited to ~4 GB of memory. The major changes in the new Atola Insight are: app-wide XFS support performance and memory improvements a first-in-the-industry feature: Locate Sectors We continue to push boundaries and innovate. Our team b...
Tags: Mac, Finance, MacBook Air, Sas, Sata, GPT, Atola Insight Forensic, Atola Technology, Tooltips


Chinese Espionage Group Deploys New Rootkit Compatible With Windows 10 Systems

At the SAS 2021 security conference today, analysts from security firm Kaspersky Lab published details about a new Chinese cyber-espionage group that has been targeting high-profile entities across South East Asia since at least July 2020. From a report: Named GhostEmperor, Kaspersky said the group uses highly sophisticated tools and is often focused on gaining and keeping long-term access to its victims through the use of a powerful rootkit that can even work on the latest versions of Windows 1...
Tags: Tech, Kaspersky, Sas, South East Asia, Kaspersky Lab, Microsoft Exchange, Chinese Espionage Group


Boris Johnson expected to announce new armed forces chief this week

Navy chief Tony Radakin and SAS general Sir Patrick Sanders are frontrunners for the positionBoris Johnson has interviewed five candidates to head Britain’s armed forces with navy chief Adm Tony Radakin and the general responsible for the SAS Sir Patrick Sanders frontrunners for the job.Defence sources said the prime minister had been advised to pick a new military leader with “operational experience” to replace the outgoing Gen Sir Nick Carter, whose credibility was damaged by the chaotic exit ...
Tags: Navy, UK News, Afghanistan, Britain, Military, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Sas, Nick Carter, Patrick Sanders, Tony Radakin


What's the Best Ransomware Backup Solution: Disk or Tape?

Slashdot reader storagedude writes: With the release of LTO-9, just about every tape vendor has pushed its wares as a solution to the ransomware problem. After all, is there any backup technology that's more air-gapped? Tape IS great for backup — just not so much for recovery. Writing for eSecurity Planet, [CTO of Seagate Government Solutions] Henry Newman notes that not only is disk about 80% cheaper than LTO tape, but even an entry-level RAID card can restore data 6 times faster than tape. "...
Tags: Tech, Backup, Cto, Sas, Newman, Slashdot, ANSI, LTO, Henry Newman, Tape, Seagate Government Solutions, Newman Tape


Jake Quickenden's plush Essex home where he recovered from SAS injury

Jake Quickenden was one of several contestants who were forced to leave Celebrity SAS: Who...
Tags: Essex, Sas, Jake Quickenden


Settlers Hospitality Chooses IDeaS’ Industry-Leading Revenue Management Solutions and Services

IDeaS, a SAS company, the world’s leading provider of hotel revenue management software and services, is proud to announce its new partnership with Settlers Hospitality. The family-owned-and-operated hospitality group selected IDeaS G3 Revenue Management System (RMS) for its five historic, boutique properties after a competitive evaluation period.
Tags: Travel, Sas


Inside the secretive schools where US special operators learn to evade capture and survive behind enemy lines

A US Air Force SERE specialist demonstrates an MK-124 smoke and illumination signal on the Chukchi Sea, January 13, 2021. US Air Force/Maj. Tyler Williams In combat, all troops face a risk of being captured, and the rules regarding their treatment while in captivity are often ignored. The US military has a courses of varying complexity and intensity to prepare troops to evade capture and survive if they're caught. See more stories on Insider's business page. In combat, all troops f...
Tags: Virginia, Iraq, US, Trends, Afghanistan, North Carolina, Illinois, US Navy, US Air Force, Sas, Ryan, Johns Hopkins University, Chukchi Sea, Delta Force, SERE, Chris Ryan


Brera Serviced Apartments Partners with IDeaS Revenue Solutions to Enhance Growth Strategy

IDeaS, a SAS company, the world’s leading provider of hotel revenue management software and services, announced today that Brera Serviced Apartments will implement IDeaS G3 Revenue Management System (RMS) at six of its extended-stay properties across Germany.
Tags: Travel, Sas, Brera, Brera Serviced Apartments Partners


Copyrightability of a Programming Language

by Dennis Crouch This is a follow-up post on the pending SAS v. WPL appeal before the Federal Circuit.  The focus of the case is copyrightability of the SAS statistical software and  its outputs.  SAS argues that it made a “plethora of creative choices” in developing its material, and that creativity is more than sufficient to satisfy the originality requirements of copyright law.  Thus far, the courts have disagreed with SAS and rejected its copyright assertions.  However, the company has now p...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Wpl, Oracle, Patent, Sas, Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF, Federal Circuit, Pamela Samuelson, Lewis Clark, Dennis Crouch, Intell, CAFC, Computer Communications Industry Association CCIA, GitHub Inc


John McAleese: The SAS soldier who was the man behind the mask

John McAleese was the Scots soldier watched by millions on live television in the Iranian Embassy raid.
Tags: News, Sas, Scots, John McAleese


John McAleese: The SAS soldier who was the man behind the mask

John McAleese was the Scots soldier watched by millions on live television in the Iranian Embassy raid.
Tags: UK, News, Sas, Scots, John McAleese


Copyrightability of Software: The Next Big Case

by Dennis Crouch The next big software copyright case is before the Federal Circuit in the form of SAS Institute, Inc. v. World Programming Limited, Docket No. 21-1542.  The litigation has substantial parallels to Google v. Oracle, but might end up with a different outcome. In Google, the Supreme Court found fair-use but did not decide the issue of copyrightability. That issue is front-and-center in this case. WPL is a UK based software company who obtained several copies of SAS statistical soft...
Tags: Google, UK, Law, Wpl, North Carolina, Oracle, Patent, Sas, Fifth Circuit, Madlib, Federal Circuit, WPS, Tex, SAS Institute Inc, Dennis Crouch, MathWorks


Nayara Resorts Partners with IDeaS to Bring Revenue Science to Its Growing Portfolio

IDeaS, a SAS company, the world’s leading provider of hotel revenue management software and services, announced today its new partnership with Nayara Resorts, beginning with the implementation of IDeaS G3 Revenue Management System (RMS) at two of the hotel group’s boutique resorts: Nayara Gardens and Nayara Springs by Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano National Park.
Tags: Travel, Sas, Nayara Springs, Nayara Resorts Partners, Nayara Gardens


‘Who is New Zealand?’: The moment Tampa refugees were told some had a new home | Abbas Nazari

Abbas Nazari was one of 433 refugees rescued by the Norwegian cargo ship in 2001 after leaving Indonesia in an unseaworthy boat with his Afghan family. Twenty years on, he recalls the fear and uncertainty on the TampaWe had been aboard the Tampa for a whole week. With no possessions, we had been wearing the same clothes all this time. On top of the foul stench and the unbearable heat, we were bored to death, sitting cross-legged on the deck for much of the day with absolutely nothing to do, unde...
Tags: Books, Indonesia, World news, Australia news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Tampa, Sas, Abbas Nazari


Ex-SAS soldier from Hereford completes solo Atlantic row

Ian Rivers becomes the first person to row solo across the North Atlantic, his team says.
Tags: News, Atlantic, Hereford, North Atlantic, Sas, Ian Rivers


The elite SAS went back to their World War II roots on a daring 1980s mission to protect the British fleet

Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Invincible leaving Portsmouth to lead the task force to the Falkland Islands, April 5, 1982. PA Images via Getty Images Almost 40 years ago, Argentina and Great Britain's long dispute over the Falkland Islands escalated. The Argentines invaded the South Atlantic islands and the British counterattacked. At the core of the British campaign were special-operations troops, who launched one of the largest SAS operations since World War II. See more stories on...
Tags: UK, Time, US, International, Trends, Falkland Islands, Royal Navy, Argentina, Portsmouth, SBS, Hermès, Air Force, Falklands, Sas, Great Britain, South Atlantic


Fancy joining the SAS's secret hacker squad in Hereford as an electronics engineer for £33k?

Hey MoD, nice to hear from you. What? Not secret any more, you say? A job ad blunder by the UK's Ministry of Defence has accidentally revealed the existence of a secret SAS mobile hacker squad.…
Tags: UK, Software, Ministry Of Defence, Hereford, Sas


IDeaS a SAS company Presentation - What's New in The Toolbox

IDeaS, a SAS company, is the world's leading provider of revenue management software and services. With over 30 years of expertise, IDeaS delivers revenue science to more than 15,000 clients in 143 countries. Combining industry knowledge with innovative, data-analytics technology, IDeaS creates sophisticated yet simple ways to empower revenue leaders with precise, automated decisions they can trust. Results delivered. Revenue transformed. Discover greater profitability at ideas.com.
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Here are the 3 most realistic gunfights Hollywood has ever produced

Facebook / "Saving Private Ryan" Hollywood presents a lot of misconceptions and downright errors about how firearms work and are used. But sometimes the movies show things so well that even the pros use them as training demonstrations. See more stories on Insider's business page. It's no secret that movies get a lot wrong about firearms and the ways they're used in a fight.From every 80's protagonist refusing to shoulder their rifles when they fire, to the seemingly infini...
Tags: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Trends, Normandy, Delta, Heat, Vietnam, Gunfight, Sicario, Sas, Val Kilmer, Fort Bragg, Ryan, Saving Private Ryan, LA County, Tom Hanks Steven Spielberg


Neil Marshall’s Next Creature Feature ‘The Lair’ Has Begun Filming

Neil Marshall has a new movie on the way, and let’s all hope it’s better than his previous effort, The Reckoning. Marshall’s latest is a monster movie called The Lair, and that’s promising, because Marshall has done well with monster movies before – see Dog Soldiers and The Descent. Production on The Lair has begun in Hungary, and that news comes with info on the film, as well as the behind-the-scenes image above. The info comes to use from Bloody Disgusting, who report that Marshall referre...
Tags: Movies, News, Afghanistan, Hungary, Royal Air Force, Sas, Marshall, Sinclair, Troy Alexander, Neil Marshall, Jamie Bamber, Tom Hook, Kate Sinclair, Jonathan Howard Godzilla King, Leon Ockenden, Selfridge Mark Strepan


Analytics Firm SAS Says Aiming to Go Public by 2024

(Reuters) - Data analytics firm SAS said on Thursday it was preparing for an initial public offering by 2024, weeks after a report said chip and...
Tags: Sas, Reuters Data


US special operators have mastered a tricky infiltration method, but there's still a chance they could come crashing through your roof

Sailors jump from an SC-7 Skyvan during military free-fall training in Eloy, Arizona, May 4, 2017. US Navy/PO2 Charles Oki A British commando fell through the roof of a home in California in July after a parachute malfunction. The paratrooper survived, but it illustrates one of the risks of special-operations forces' trickiest insertion methods. See more stories on Insider's business page. A recent special-operations exercise in California in early July revealed one of the dangers ...
Tags: Florida, Navy, California, France, Halo, US, International, Trends, Grenada, Arizona, Army, Rangers, John F Kennedy, New Mexico, SBS, US Army


Four Popular Amsterdam Hotels Choose IDeaS for Automated Revenue Optimisation

IDeaS, a SAS company, the world’s leading provider of hotel revenue management software and services, announced today that four Alex Chang-owned tourist hotels in Amsterdam will implement IDeaS G3 Revenue Management System (RMS).
Tags: Travel, Amsterdam, Sas, Alex Chang