Tag: Business

Recording at 360 degrees

Posted on May 18, 2017  in My Blog

Ricoh extends its range of spherical cameras. The manufacturer has just introduced the new Theta SC model. It is much cheaper than the previous models, while offering functionality at a very similar level.

The Ricoh Theta SC is a cheaper and slightly slimmed-down version of the Theta S model last year. It features a 14 megapixel f / 2.0 shutter sensor that lets you shoot movies and make spherical images. For images, we can reach a maximum resolution of 5376 x 2688 pixels, while movies are recorded at 1080p / 30 frames.

Unfortunately, unlike the previous model, which allowed up to 25 minutes of video footage, we have a very limited 8 GB of memory that will only fit 5 minutes of recording. This is still some progress compared to the mite T15, which allows you to record only 3 minutes of recording at 15 frames per second.

The camera has a very simple design and design that makes it easy to handle with one hand. The second one will be useful to hold a smartphone as a viewfinder, because the hardware itself does not have such a device. The smartphone also allows you to view your photos and videos and share them on the web.

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Tag: Business

Moscow is cut off from Microsoft

Posted on May 18, 2017  in My Blog

Soon Moscow will no longer rely on Microsoft products. City authorities are going to replace the US mail client, the tools of local manufacturers. Up to now, there are 6,000 computers used in administration, but the plan assumes a change of 600,000 machines.

Some time ago, Vladimir Putin announced a new plan to save the Russian economy by stopping its dependence on Western technologies and placing on its own products. As part of the implementation of this plan, soon with 6,000 computers used in the Moscow administration, Microsoft will soon disappear. It will be replaced by local business programs.

As Artem Yermolaev, head of the city’s information technology department, explains, Exchange computer software and the Outlook email client will be removed from government computers. It will be replaced by the postal system of the government operator Rostelecom PJSC.

So far, the change will cover only 6,000 administration computers, but plans to introduce such a total change on more than 600,000 machines.

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