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After Ithaca College student’s death, IC warns of fraudulent fundraising page

first_imgDavid Maley, director of public relations at Ithaca College, said in an emailed statement, “The GoGetFunding page is not affiliated with Ithaca College and we are neither the creator nor owner of that campaign. We have reached out to GoGetFunding to inform them of this and demand that this page be removed and any donated funds be returned to the donors, as it is not authorized by the Perkins family and we have no idea who created it.”The page on GoGetFunding.com had raised $50 as of 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5.A false fundraising page on GoGetFunding.com. Ithaca College said the page is not affiliated with the college and has not been authorized by the Perkins family. (Screenshot)For people who do want to contribute, Maley confirmed that there is a legitimate GoFundMe page put together by colleagues of Enoch Perkins in the Office of Public Safety and is authorized by the family.According to the GoFundMe page, the donations will help with funeral expenses and other associated costs.“We know there are many people who love and care for the Perkins family and want to know what they can do to help them during this extremely difficult time. We are hoping this will ease some of the burden that the family is experiencing. Any donation is appreciated. The funds will go directly to the family,” a statement on the page reads.The legitimate page can be found here.Featured image: The image shown at the top of the story is from GoGetFunding.com and depicts the fraudulent fundraising page. (Screenshot) Kelsey O’Connor is the managing editor for the Ithaca Voice. Questions? Story tips? Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter @bykelseyoconnor. More by Kelsey O’Connor center_img ITHACA, N.Y. — In the wake of an Ithaca College student’s death this week, two fundraising pages have emerged to support her family. However, the college has sent out a warning that one of the fundraisers is fraudulent.On Monday morning, 19-year-old Kelly Perkins was killed in a car crash in Caroline. The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office said Perkins lost control of her car on Valley Road in the snowy conditions while she was on her way to school. Perkins was in her first year at Ithaca College and was the daughter of longtime Ithaca College employees Enoch and Debbie Perkins, the college said in a message to the community Monday.Following the news, a fundraiser was launched on GoGetFunding.com alleging to be for Perkins’ funeral costs. It states it was posted by Ithaca College. However, Ithaca College is warning anyone looking to contribute to the family that this page is fake. Your Public Safety news is made possible with support from: Tagged: fraud, public safety Kelsey O’Connor last_img read more

Bentley reflects on 9/11 lessons learned

first_img By Jaine Treadwell Latest Stories Published 11:00 pm Thursday, September 8, 2011 Email the author By The Penny Hoarder Skip Bentley praised the first responders who answered the call on 9/11 and on April 27 and those who now stand ready for any situation that arises.“We never know what might happen or when,” he said. “On 9/11, there was no such thing as ‘homeland security.’ But now Homeland Security is “home” and it is most important that we realize that we rely on our first responders at home when disaster strikes.“You can’t replicate a real disaster. But our first responders are preparing and practicing every day to be ready in the event of a disaster or emergency.”Jon Moss, director of the Governor’s Office on Faith-Based Initiatives, said that the legacy of Sept. 11, 2001 is a Legacy of Preparedness.And, that legacy will make a difference, if and when, disaster strikes again.Also participating in the 9/11 remembrance program were Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Troy University Chancellor; Dr. John Schmidt, Senior Vice Chancellor for Advancement and External Relations; Art Faulkner, director of the Alabama Emergency Management Agency; and Spencer Collier, director of the Alabama Department of Human Services. Book Nook to reopen You Might Like Be ready Fran Byrd, of Science Applications International Corporation, demonstrates life-saving techniques to school children attending the Be Ready Day events at… read more Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Around the WebDoctor: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Health VideosIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits “There’s no book written on how to be a governor,” Bentley told the gathering of students, city and county officials and community members. “There’s no book that tells you what to do when your state has experienced 6,400 miles of utter destruction and the loss of 250 lives. You can never really be prepared for anything like that.”To make it through a disaster situation of such magnitude, there has to be a plan, a sense of urgency and an approach with great compassion.That was the way that Alabama responded when 60 tornadoes ripped though the state on April 27.“Whether it’s a man-made disaster or a natural disaster, you have to be prepared,” Bentley said. “The first responders did their job and they made my job easier. When you’ve got good people, they make the people at the top look good.” On the morning of September 11, 2001, Dr. Robert Bentley was seeing patients in his office when a nurse came in and said a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center tower.No one in Bentley’s office realized at the time that the world they knew was forever changed in those few hours on that bright, sunny fall morning.And, Bentley had no idea that, on the 10th anniversary of “9/11” that he would be the governor of Alabama who had guided his state through the worst natural disaster in its history. Print Article Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Bentley reflects on 9/11 lessons learned Sponsored Content Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Bentley was the featured speaker at the state’s special 9/11 remembrance service Thursday at Troy University’s Trojan Arena. The service recognized the importance of preparedness and of remembering the 9/11 terrorist attacks and those impacted by them.Bentley was on the sideline during the terrorist attacks of 9/11. He, like most all Americans, watched at home as first responders rushed to the scene and then as the World Trade Center Towers came tumbling down.He, like most Americans, gained a deeper appreciation for those who risk their lives for others. But on April 27, 2011, as the governor of the “Great State of Alabama” his appreciation and respect for those men and women became even greater.last_img read more

Telecoms at the Edge Offers Huge Opportunity

first_imgWe’ve talked previously about the role Dell Technologies will play in 5G transformation and the huge opportunity that the combination of 5G, the edge and IoT will deliver to business but what about the telecom industry, which is at the very heart of that transformation?New services and incremental revenue streamsWhile the edge is just one individual component, its inclusion in the telecom network changes some important fundamentals. Effectively, the telecom network now becomes a mobile platform with radio, core and IT workloads all running on a common infrastructure, capable of providing new services and delivering incremental revenue streams. And so, while 5G will turbocharge the intelligent edge revolution, I believe that the edge will also drive 5G adoption and help to create new and revolutionary communications platforms.Dell Technologies and Intel recently commissioned independent research on this very topic, entitled ‘The Edge Opportunity’, which presents a huge range of exciting, new market opportunities for telecom players. I’ve highlighted just a few of these below along with some of my own observations. Video caching and transcodingFor example, for operators, who provide video-on-demand services, the edge is an obvious location to place content caches. Reducing the latency in streaming video is great in its own right but by keeping popular content close to the subscribers and end-users, you can also reduce bandwidth and preserve network capacity. Of course, this is not a new concept, but commoditization of infrastructure supporting 5G will certainly simplify implementation directly into the mobile network.ComplianceAnother good example is copyright enforcement, which comes into play during concerts, plays and sports events when members of the audience are prohibited from transmitting the video via their cell phones. In this scenario, an edge application could either disable the upstream transmission completely or reduce the resolution to make the transmission compliant. With new data privacy laws, some data has to reside in a particular geography. Edge applications can enforce these laws, and add value by processing the data locally, within the appropriate jurisdiction.Virtualized Radio Access NetworksGiven the location of edge platforms, elements of virtualized 5G Radio Access Networks fit perfectly. For example, the BBU (Base Band Unit) as part of a CRAN solution can run on edge platforms, taking advantage of commodity platforms and flexible component configurations. Once commercialized, these virtualized networks will enable faster and more flexible introduction of new AI and IoT services.Third-party edge applicationsOn that note, I believe that the edge offers the perfect ecosystem to encourage third-party application developers to create new applications that can take advantage of the unique nature of the edge platform. Some of these new applications areas already enabling more immersive, real-time experiences like visual recognition and augmented or virtual reality. Other applications like gaming are also benefitting from the lower latencies near the edge, improving the real-time, online game experience.And of course, there are still environments with either intermittent, highly constrained, or no connectivity support. These include planes, mines, farms, oil rigs, trains, pipelines, wind farms, solar power plants, and power grids. Having a standardized edge platform in these places will undoubtedly enable new applications to be build out more cost-effectively.AnalyticsLooking at the bigger picture, IDC estimates a total of 41.6B IoT connected devices by 2025[i], including connected cars, medical devices, factories, hospitals, homes and cities. As that sprawl begins to happen, operators will need to figure out fast how to manage and optimize the network. In addition to analytics, I expect to see increased levels of automation with the ability to connect and disconnect devices remotely. Inevitably, we will also see machine learning and AI being deployed to help with security and the overall quality of customer service.Current trendsInterestingly, I am currently seeing two key trends in the marketplace. In large venues, like sports stadiums, some operators are converging elements of the network to create a single, consolidated platform for live replay instead of each operator installing its own infrastructure. Alternatively, some commercial companies like large enterprises, mining customers, airports and factories are actually installing their own private mobile network solutions for maximum security and bandwidth.Where is the Edge?This leads me to the next big question – what locations can be classified as the edge? Of course, there isn’t one edge, but multiple edges across a continuum but if we stick with the topic of sport, one of the most interesting examples has to be a venue like a sports stadium, where an edge application could, for example, allow the audience to watch a game from numerous perspectives.Imagine augmented reality, where you could use VR googles to view incremental information to complement the live replay on the pitch. The stuff of dreams for avid sports fans! Ultimately, it’s all about offering personalized, high-definition content without burdening upstream bandwidth.Practical considerationsIn practical terms, what do telecom operators need to consider when planning edge deployments? My customers tell me that they need tough, ruggedized products, resistant to shock, dust and vibration, capable of operating in temperature of up to 45 degrees C and certified for telecom usage, where failure is not an option.Space is often limited and so light-weight, small, compact products are important, with cabling and cooling designed in a ‘nonstandard’ (for IT) way. This is exactly why we offer shallow-depth servers and provide equipment enclosures and shelters. As access for maintenance is often challenging, the hardware platform should provide extended long-life and include tamper-detection capabilities.The right partnerDell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions provides hardware and software solutions that can play at every level from the edge to the core, to the cloud. Think scalable, secure, manageable and open infrastructure architecture, IoT, Edge, and big data expertise, the ability to customize, plus a sophisticated global support and supply chain.As Intel’s largest customer, we have early insight into technology roadmaps and offer a full ecosystem of wrap-around solutions and services including virtualization and security solutions through sister companies like VMware and SecureWorks as well as high-end from partners like Nvidia. To learn more about how we enable telecoms with embedded and edge solutions and to talk to a sales expert visit us online.Do join the conversation. I’d love to hear your thoughts on #Telecoms at the #Edge. Read ‘The Edge Opportunity – Platform Matters’ research report from AvidThink here. Follow us on Twitter @delltechoem and @ronatdell. Join our LinkedIn Dell Technologies OEM | Embedded & Edge Solutions Showcase page here.[i] “Worldwide Global DataSphere IoT Device and Data Forecast, 2019-2023” https://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS45213219last_img read more

Comedy Center, Ball-Arnaz Museum Open Friday With Safety Precautions

first_imgFile image by Storm Hartmann/WNYNewsNow.JAMESTOWN — The National Comedy Center will reopen its state-of-the-art museum, as well as the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum this Friday, following New York State officials’ authorization of Phase 4 of its New York Forward reopening plan for the Western New York region.Both museums have been temporarily closed since March 16, 2020, as a precaution due to COVID-19, just two weeks after being named the “Best New Museum” in the country by USA Today.The National Comedy Center has developed a multifaceted and comprehensive health and safety program entitled “LaughSafe,” which will be implemented upon reopening to ensure the health and safety of all guests and staff.The LaughSafe program has reimagined health and safety protocols in order to ensure a safe, worry-free and touch-free experience for all visitors to the National Comedy Center and Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum. With its expansive 37,000 square feet of space and non-linear, free-flow design, coupled with new reduced capacity to 25%, timed-entry ticketing and touch-free protocols, the National Comedy Center is suited to enable a safe, socially-distant visitor experience.“We’re thrilled at the opportunity to help people start laughing again – and it’s clear that the power of comedy is more important than ever in these challenging times,” said Journey Gunderson, National Comedy Center Executive Director. “We’re so pleased that we can welcome visitors once more, and provide a safe and worry-free environment for our guests to take a much-needed break, relax and simply laugh –- loud and often — as they enjoy some of the greatest comedy of all time.”The National Comedy Center’s LaughSafe program was developed in consultation with health professionals at UPMC Chautauqua and UPMC in Pittsburgh, including health and safety protocol reviews with UPMC epidemiologists and an on-site inspection with local UPMC Chautauqua professionals.The LaughSafe health and safety program features include:“Touch-Free”: All exhibits and screens are now touch-free with the use of a disposable stylus, disposable earbuds and a new “LaughCard” featuring an RFID chip for personalized comedy.Temperature checks are required for all guests and staff members upon entry, as well as a daily health screening for staff members.Masks are required to be worn by staff and guests (including children age 2 and above) at all times.Museum capacity has been reduced to 25% and timed guest entry protocols have been implemented.Certain exhibit experiences in contained spaces are limited to small groups consisting of members of same household.Advanced online reservations are strongly recommended to ensure entry.Visitors now have a new opportunity to create their Sense of Humor profiles at home, before they visit, rather than at a kiosk within the museum.Social distancing markers and signage have been placed throughout the museum to ensure proper physical distance between guests.Hand-sanitizing stations are located throughout the museum.Touch-free, contactless payment options are now available.Museum staff have been trained extensively for new health and safety protocols.State-of-the-art, deep cleaning and disinfecting techniques have been implemented, including frequent disinfecting throughout the day.Real-time monitoring of the guest experience and guest feedback to optimize health and safety protocols.The National Comedy Center is now in the process of producing a new LaughSafe video featuring comedian Lewis Black, who will remind National Comedy Center visitors to wear face masks and maintain social distance within the museum.For more on LaughSafe, visit ComedyCenter.org/LaughSafe.In addition to consultation with local UPMC Chautauqua health professionals, the National Comedy Center sourced local Chautauqua County companies for many of its LaughSafe initiatives, including The Resource Center and Team Jock Shop for face masks, Jamestown Soap & Solvent for cleaning and disinfecting supplies and 360 Graphics for signage.The National Comedy Center and Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum will operate on a reduced schedule during its reopening phase, with opening hours as follows beginning Friday, July 3rd:National Comedy Center:Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday , 10 am to 5 pm.Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum:Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, 10 am to 5 pm.Open Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm.Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more