Cameron Tyson had 17 points for the Vandals (5-25, 2-17). Jared Rodriguez added 10 points. Scott Blakney had 10 points. Associated Press March 7, 2019 /Sports News – Local Harding carries Weber St. over Idaho 93-59 The Wildcats forced a season-high 22 turnovers. The Wildcats improve to 2-0 against the Vandals this season. Weber State defeated Idaho 93-87 on Dec. 31. Weber State finishes out the regular season against Eastern Washington at home on Saturday. Idaho finishes out the regular season against Idaho State on the road on Saturday. Brekkott Chapman had 17 points for Weber State (17-13, 11-8 Big Sky Conference). Dima Zdor added 12 points. Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah (AP) — Jerrick Harding had 22 points as Weber State romped past Idaho 93-59 on Thursday night. Cody John added 20 points for the Wildcats. Tags: Big Sky/Jerrick Harding/Weber State Wildcats Basketball
Home » News » Rent recognition tech firms to pitch today for rest of HM Treasury’s £2m fund previous nextProptechRent recognition tech firms to pitch today for rest of HM Treasury’s £2m fundSix companies who made it to second round of Rental Recognition Challenge and were given £100,000 each must now persuade a panel of experts why they should be given the remaining cash.Nigel Lewis3rd July 201802,178 Views Half a dozen apprehensive proptech CEOs will be queuing up for their passes at the HM Treasury building (above) today to make their pitch for a slice of the government’s £2 million ‘rent recognition’ development fund designed to help more tenants get on the property ladder.The six were earlier this year given £100,000 each to develop new or existing platforms and then asked to bid for all or some of the remaining £1.4 million today.The short presentations, which are backed up by more detailed applications, are being heard by a panel of industry and government experts who will be awarding the cash to at least one and possibly more of the competitors.The main aim of the ‘Rent Recognition Challenge’ (RRC) is to stimulate innovation and competitive activity within the proptech sector and enable more tenants to have their regular monthly rent payments history added to their credit scores.Launched as a response to an e-petition signed by over 140,000 people last year and started by a young builder frustrated at not being able to get a mortgage, the RRC is designed to create a larger market for ‘rent recognition’ tech.Proptech contestantsThe contestants are Bud, Canopy, CreditLadder, FirstHomeCoach, Movem and RentalStep, all of which made it into the second round of the competition in March.Earlier this week CreditLadder, which was the first to launch into the market two years ago and uses Open Banking plug-ins to most of the UK’s main banks, added MetroBank to its list of banks through which tenants can process report their rent.CreditLadder says it has already processed rent worth £23 million to date, that over 1,000 letting have tenants who use its service, and that over 65% of all the UK’s 11 million tenants would see improvements to their credit scores if they all began reporting their rent payments.Rental Step, which has created an online tenant passport, this week said it had used the initial £100,000 investment to improve its platform, create an enhanced communication centre for users and test an Open Banking integration for tenants to be able to “automatically verify their rent and income payments”.Other contestants have been busy proving their mettle including Canopy, which recently signed a deal with John Lewis to offer its 85,000 staff the ability to report their rent to Experian and also access cashless deposits.HM Treasury HM Treasury’s Rent Recognition Challenge movem Rent Recognition Challenge Rentalstep bud creditladder July 3, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021
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IS IT TRUE that City Council attorney Joshua Claybourn of Newburgh who with considerable media coverage withdrew as an Indiana delegate to the Republican National Convention and in his prepared statement said “he cannot in good conscience attend a convention supporting Donald Trump”, attended Donald Trump’s Evansville rally at the ONB Events Plaza as a backroom VIP guest? … that Josh Claybourn disdain for Trump didn’t stop him from accepting a backstage pass to the local appearance by the Donald and taking a smiling “thumbs up” picture with him? …it looks like Mr. Claybourn finally got his 15 minutes of fame? …we would like for the real Josh Claybourn to stand up and be counted?IS IT TRUE that it looks like the video of the last City Council meeting has been altered by someone in authority? …the segment at the end the meeting has been erased? …the section that was erased had to do with the discussion between City Councilman Dan McGinn, Dr. Dan Adams and George Lumley? …could the reason why this video segment was erased was Mr. Lumley took them to task and made both of them look bad? …it looks like censorship is well and alive at the Civic Center?IS IT TRUE we are extremely taken aback by the results of the primary race for County Commissioner District #3? … Cheryl Musgrave political machine flexed its muscle by helping her win her race with 50% of the votes? … one of our most favorite conservative people, Brenda Bergwitz ran a very positive and aggressive campaign? …we hope Brenda will continue to stay engaged in politics? ….Alex Schmitt would had been better off if he would had ran for a position like County Council? ..it seems like Alex is a reasonably nice person that received bad political advise?IS IT TRUE we would like to congratulate District 77 State Representative candidates for providing us with positive, aggressive and an issue driven campaign? …who ever did the marketing campaign for Brandon Lee Ferguson did a masterful job? … Mr. Ferguson is extremely likable and we predict that we haven’t seen the last of him? …Lori Sherman almost became the first black female attorney to ever win District 77 State Representative Democratic primary election? …you can bet that the voters hasn’t seen the last of Ms. Sherman name placed on a ballot? …we predict that Lori Sherman will be a political force to deal with in the future?…election day belong to young and well liked attorney Ryan Hatfield? …Ryan’s comes from a well known and established political family which proved to be the difference that put him over the top in this extremely competitive race? …his Republican opponent better beware because Ryan Hatfield has shown that he is one hell of a campaigner?IS IT TRUE that Zachary Heronemus and Elliot Howard both run an extremely positive campaigns? …they attended every political gathering and conducted impressive door to door campaigns? …we congratulate both young men for providing the voters with the closest race of the day? …we predict that the general election race for Clerk Of The Circuit Court is going to be an ole fashion political barn burner?IS IT TRUE that Ann Ennis give District 64 State Representative Thomas W Washburn more than he wanted and much more? …if Mrs. Ennis would had focus on Mr. Washburn know-it- all attitude she could had sent him packing? …we predict that there shall be something positive in the Ann Ennis political horizon?IS IT TRUE that Republican State Representative candidate for District 78 Johnny Kincaid ran one hell of a race? …the votes he received was truly impressive? …having a well known campaign manager by the name of Phillip Davis didn’t hurt him either? …we also give three cheers to William Billy Garrett and Henrietta Jenkins for running an aggressive and issue based campaigns? …you can bet we shall be seeing the names of William Billy Garrett and Henrietta Jenkins on future ballots? ….both individuals are very nice people?IS IT TRUE its hard to believe that Republican Dale McCuiston a withdrawn candidate for County Commissioner District #1 race received a whooping 18,460 complimentary vote? …unopposed Democratic District #1 candidate Ben Shoulders received an impressive 13,235 votes in his race? …we predict that Ben Shoulders name may one day appear on the ballot as a candidate for Mayor of Evansville?IS IT TRUE the Republican race for Clerk of The Circuit Court was extremely interesting? …its sad that two extremely well respected ladies had to run against each other? …Carla Hayden ruled the day by handily defeating Connie Carrier ? …it looks like local GOP party Chairman Wayne Parkes endorsement help Mrs. Hayden to win this extremely competitive race? …we also know that the endorsement of former Clerk of The Circuit Court and County Commissioner Marsha Abell proved to be extremely valuable to the primary election win for Mrs. Hayden?IS IT TRUE the most effective and hard working District #78 State Representative Holli Sullivan received an impressive 7,325 complimentary votes from the people of her District? …Holli is becoming to be known as the “go to gal” in the House of Representative side to get things done?IS IT TRUE County Commissioner Steve Melcher votes shows that he still enjoy strong support among Democrats? …County Coroner candidate Steve Lockyear complimentary votes tell us that if any Republican are considering to take him on in the general election they better be ready for an uphill political battle?IS IT TRUE next Monday we shall do some additional IS IT TRUE primary election recaps?FOOTNOTE: todays “Readers Poll” question is: Do you feel that Joshua Claybourn should had withdrawn as an Indiana delegate to the Republican National Convention?Copyright 2015 City County Observer. 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Facebook WhatsApp By Jon Zimney – April 26, 2020 0 284 Previous articleGovernor Whitmer defends stay-at-home extension as 41 new deaths reportedNext articleMan guilty of threatening, sending dead rat to ex-wife Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Twitter This undated electron microscope image made available by the U.S. National Institutes of Health in February 2020 shows the Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus causes COVID-19. The sample was isolated from a patient in the U.S. (NIAID-RML) The Indiana State Department of Health announced on Sunday, April 26, that 634 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and private laboratories. That brings to 15,012 the total number of Indiana residents known to have the novel coronavirus following corrections to the previous day’s total.A total of 813 Hoosiers have been confirmed to have died of COVID-19. Another 88 probable deaths have been reported. Probable deaths are those for which a physician listed COVID-19 as a contributing cause based on X-rays, scans and other clinical symptoms but for which no positive test is on record. Deaths are reported based on when data are received by ISDH and occurred over multiple days.To date, 81,708 tests have been reported to ISDH, up from 79,774 on Saturday.St. Joseph County reported 576 cases with 14 deaths. Elkhart County reported 245 cases with 4 deaths.Cass County had the most new cases, at 273. Other counties with more than 10 new cases were Allen (14), Elkhart (11), Hendricks (31), Howard (34), LaPorte (32), Lake (19), Marion (72), Miami (23) and St. Joseph (26). The Lake County totals include results from East Chicago and Gary, which have their own health departments.The complete list of counties with cases is included in the ISDH COVID-19 dashboard at www.coronavirus.in.gov. Indiana confirmed COVID-19 cases now tops 15,000 Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Twitter CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Google+ Google+ Pinterest
Greggs-lovers in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, received a blow when the high-street bakery retailer closed its Fowler Street branch on 24 October.As reported in the Shields Gazette, the closure is the town’s second in two years, with a Kings Street branch closing in June 2014. This new closure brings the total number of South Shields town-centre Greggs stores down to two.A Greggs spokesman told the Gazette: “We can confirm that the shop on Fowler Street has closed and will not be re-opening. All staff are being re-deployed to Greggs shops nearby.”The move may come as a surprise to some as the company recently posted healthy Q3 like-for-like sales growth figures of 4.9%.
Tickets for James Brown Dance Party and Jazz is PHSH show on Saturday, June 3rd are currently on-sale and available at the venue’s website. For show updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.Enter To Win Tickets + A Meet & Greet Below! Next week’s scheduled Jazz is PHSH and The James Brown Dance Party on June 3rd is moving to Garcia’s at The Cap. Brothers Adam and Matthew Chase (Jazz is PHSH) have recruited Eric Bloom (Lettuce, The Shady Horns), Carl Gerhard (Giant Country Horns), Felix Pastorius (Cindy Blackman, The Mu’tet), Josh Thomas (With Lions), Adam Dotson (Rubblebucket, Slavic Soul Party), Jay Rodriguez (Miles Davis, Groove Collective), and Chris Rob (Talib Kweli) for the fun. Due to a scheduling conflict, Fred Wesley and Kofi Burbridge will no longer be performing. All tickets purchased to The Cap will be honored at Garcia’s.When Strange Design’s Adam Chase and Matthew Chase decided to put together their Phish and James Brown tributes, Jazz Is PHSH and The James Brown Dance Party, it was anybody’s guess that both concepts would take off as much as they have. But performance after performance, the Brothers Chase have brought in some of the most talented musicians from across the jam, funk, and jazz spectrum, and each show is always a treat for spectators who can’t get enough of Phish and James Brown‘s music. With the June 3rd show bringing together some of the best, we can’t wait to get down at Garcia’s (purchase tickets here).
On Monday, I discussed how enterprises can extend their IT environments in 2015 to deploy big data and analytic workloads including enterprise Hadoop. In today’s blog, I envision the requisite evolution of data centers that are better suited to drive value from third platform applications in 2015 and beyond.Why is the third platform so significant and disruptive? In the last decade, IT has progressed to drive higher levels of availability, performance, security and adaptability for organizations to run business applications. This has created significant value to businesses, but still IT operations have been impeded by the rigid processes, siloed organizations and challenges of accessing and extracting value from structured and unstructured data.The third platform is the next step in digitizing assets for the business. It is vital for organizations to embrace mobile assets and data with locational context, exchange information across private or public clouds, manage larger, faster data sets regardless of format, and incorporate exceptional insight from social media into operational activities.The stakes are even higher for IT to empower businesses to differentiate themselves with the third platform applications, instead of simply getting to the baseline of running the second platform applications. We also see customers interested further in implementing enterprise Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to simplify deployment and scaling for a large number of emerging applications.In the last year, VCE has helped customers become more competitive – and not only through innovative solutions – but also from the organizational and process transformation of running IT on an integrated system.Often enough, organizational changes, such as adapting processes to suit new technologies, can be more challenging for enterprises than technological advancement. Many organizations continue to rely on legacy technologies because it’s risky and challenging to change how the business operates.Cultures and behaviors are often even harder to adjust in getting value from the third platform. Being at the forefront of IT infrastructure evolution, VCE recognizes the importance of incorporating the most innovative, value driving advancements from our investors into the VCE solutions. Our pre-validated, factory-built approach with VCE support help our customers focus on transforming the business, while VCE makes IT simpler, more predictable and more repeatable when deploying and expanding the converged infrastructures across the enterprise.VCE naturally extends this principle to the third platform applications. As business requirements and demands increase, customers can easily expand through VCE’s modular and flexible approach. The Vblock Systems and VCE™ technology extension for EMC® Isilon® storage provide the breadth and depth of technologies needed to optimize for dynamic business needs.To further study the industry shifts, VCE sponsored IDC’s technology spotlight on “The Importance of a Modular and Flexible Approach to Integrated Infrastructure.”[footnote]IDC Technology Spotlight: The Importance of a Modular and Flexible Approach to Integrated Infrastructure, November 2014[/footnote] This IDC Technology Spotlight examines converged infrastructure systems that provide modular and scalable options for changing business demands. IDC specifically examines the VCE Vblock® System 540 with EMC XtremIO scale-out all-flash arrays and VCE™ technology extension for EMC® Isilon®.These solutions drive lower latency and aggregate traditional and new types of workloads without compromising enterprise features. In particular, a modular, flexible architecture with easy upgrades, expansion and reusability has been the core tenet in increasing business value with insight and transactions from billions of users and millions of applications generated on the continuous basis.“With expanded use of unique scale-out, architecture, using all-flash and file-optimized storage solutions, IT can implement integrated infrastructure as an efficient way to provision systems at the project onset. Such modern use can also help IT meet or exceed service levels, empowering business to act on time-sensitive patterns, reliably complete high-volume transactions, and maintain continuity across data centers. “Ashish Nadkarni, Research Director, IDCShareWe expect 2015 to be the pivotal year for organizations to solidify their third platform investment strategies, including the reexamination of the infrastructure as part of the next progression of running IT for value creation. Breakthrough business models and discovery of new opportunities with run rate businesses rise through the effective use of third platform applications. VCE is excited to be part of this transformational journey by continuing to innovate on the modern infrastructures.“Contribute to the Conversation – What is your organization’s top business priority? How can IT aid the business through emerging applications and workloads that augment your existing investments? How do scale-out, consolidated solutions with low migration risks fit into your IT infrastructure?Share
Students of political science, economics and sociology can expect a new academic home in fall 2017. A gift from Robert and Elizabeth Nanovic, the largest in the history of the College of Arts and Letters, will fund Nanovic Hall on Notre Dame Avenue, south of the Hesburgh Center for International Studies. The building will contain classrooms, faculty offices and laboratory and research space for those three departments. John McGreevy, dean of the College of Arts and Letters, said the gift would be a “breakthrough” for Notre Dame’s social sciences. “We’ve never had a building for the social sciences at Notre Dame,” he said. “It’s going to have great space in the building with classrooms and faculty offices and space for research, so we’re going to get the kind of student contact – where students come out of class and go right to a faculty office or right to a research lab – that we don’t always get at Notre Dame’s academic buildings. I think it could be – to use an overused word – really transformational for those departments.” Robert Nanovic is a 1954 graduate of Notre Dame who has served on the advisory council of the College of Arts and Letters since 1993, McGreevy said. “[The Nanovics] are longtime and extraordinary benefactors to the University. They’ve given money for scholarships, for programs, most notably thus far for the Nanovic Institute for European Studies,” McGreevy said. McGreevy said the choice to combine economics, political science and sociology was aimed at consolidating the three departments into one location from buildings across campus. These departments also share a strong connection with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, he said. “They’re the three departments that probably have the closest ties to our international institutes,” McGreevy said. Professor Rory McVeigh, chair of the Department of Sociology, said he expects more interchange among the departments and the international institutes. “I think that one of the main benefits will be bringing us closer together with colleagues in political science and in economics, but also bringing us closer together with the international institutes,” McVeigh said. “Several of our faculty members and students are affiliated with international institutes such as Kroc and Kellogg, and we are currently separated on opposite ends of the campus.” McGreevy said the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, which was funded by a gift from the Nanovic family in 1992 and is currently housed in Brownson Hall, will move to Nanovic Hall when it opens. “It will be neat to have the Nanovic Institute and Nanovic Hall right together,” McGreevy said. Professor A. James McAdams, director of the Nanovic Institute, said he is very grateful that the institute will have a new location. “We truly appreciate this extraordinary gift from the Nanovic family,” McAdams said. “Nanovic Hall will bring the Nanovic Institute to the center of campus, making it more accessible for all of our students. … Finally, we will have a permanent space to call our own.”