iRobot Roomba s9 +: wagon cleaner

iRobot Roomba s9 +: wagon cleaner


Sergey Gritsachuk

The number of smart home smart assistants is steadily increasing: developers are working hard to hit the community of geeks another high-tech newcomer. Fiction writers dreams
slowly come to pass – more and more work (including household) are taking over work, ridding its owner of a lot of painstaking and unpleasant, but necessary, manual work. Why slowly?
The widespread disruption of the cost of the devices: like most new products of this kind, the robot-vacuum cleaner costs a lot.

The issue ($ 1400), which worries many, will illuminate briefly: at the time of appearance, a similar story was with washing machines, “vending machines,” and dishwashers, bakers and multicookers, with
microwaves and coffee machines, personal computers, and even refrigerators. But after a few years, all these appliances were transferred from the category of luxury goods to the “middle class”, and then –
into the budget segment. Now it is difficult to find a house where there would be no washing machine or microwave, so that with the robot-vacuum cleaners the story is likely to repeat itself.

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Now, back to the technical side of the issue. Today, the older Roomba s9 + model in the iRobot vacuum cleaner series is the most progressive and versatile. it is equipped
many sensors and on-board computer that have the capabilities of artificial intelligence and self-training. Thanks to sophisticated software, the robot cleaner is capable
independently, without the help of owners, to understand the type of flooring and determine whether it deals with smooth linoleum or with a carpet with a high pile.

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This is important: in the latter case, for example, an electronic cleaner employs a powerful built-in turbine to maximize dust removal efficiency. Second, the same receptors help
determine the type and amount of contamination – by detecting a heavily clogged area, the vacuum cleaner will pay much more attention to clearing the problem area. And third: a set of built-in appliances (brushes and
rollers) is able to cope with almost any type of contamination – hair, pet hair, crumbs, food particles and more for him is not a problem.

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Starting a new Roomba s9 + start with a detailed study of the room. Its 3D sensors, managed and processed using Imprint Smart Mapping technology, scan in detail
the premises, making an accurate map, with obstacles and borders marked. Only after detailed mapping does the device start to work, but it does not move any more erratically – using
iAdapt 3.0 and vSlam technologies, it moves in parallel and circular lines, choosing the best route.

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The problem with the recycling of garbage is also resolved: now the vacuum cleaner will not be scared to hide in a corner, confused by blinking red light bulbs when the built-in tank is full. vice versa:
grunting business-wise, he heads to his own docking station, where he releases the inner hopper, pumping all of its contents into the outer tank, and then goes to continue to clean up. And the containers
built-in dock disposable bag is enough for at least 30 “servings” – with regular cleaning the owner does not have to change it more often once or twice a month (according to developers).
Of course, a similar situation will be with recharging – a gray battery will not cause cleaning duties.

In short, the robot-vacuum cleaner “smarts” right in front of your eyes, acquiring more and more opportunities, among which self-study and decision-making system – perhaps the most “delicious” things. what
concerns the mechanical part – it is also being improved, not only by increasing the power of the turbine, but also by actuators. In the novelty new rubber works simultaneously
brushes that are 30% wider than the Roomba 600 series and five special Corner Brush angular brushes. It is noteworthy that the roller brushes have a floating suspension that regulates (including)
pressing force – as a result, it significantly improves the quality of cleaning.

Full automation, of course, greatly simplifies the life of the owner of the robot cleaner, but does not mean that he will not be able to control the actions of the home cleaner. Traditionally, in
the original iRobot Home app has the ability to customize the clean-up in separate rooms right on the room map, and also to schedule clean-ups, adjust settings
work, monitor the current status of the device and check the statistics of actions. If necessary, you can also change the geometry of the “rooms” by creating virtual walls and defining restricted areas. IN
Support for voice commands that are recognized using Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants is added for added convenience.

IRobot has taken another step towards improving automatic dry cleaning. Therefore, Roomba s9 + receives a well-deserved Expert Choice Award
innovations and the productive work of the R&D department
a number of additional conveniences, both from the side of the device management, and in the section of management of own time. Agree – it is a great benefit to a business person!

Robot vacuum cleaner

External storage bin
powerful turbine
enlarged brushes

The high price

IT-Expert Magazine,

Print management: saving in practice

Print management: saving in practice


Yulia Bondarenko

It is difficult to imagine a modern office without printing equipment. Even the smallest company has at least one printer, and larger organizations have a large fleet of printers
devices from different manufacturers. Often, not only business owners but also IT executives have a very vague idea of ​​how many printers are installed in their offices and
affiliates, how many users, on average, per printer, and what are the average print volumes per device and the cost of maintaining the entire IT infrastructure.

Moreover, not all executives are aware that the total cost of owning a print service consists not only of the depreciation of the printing devices, the cost of consumables (paper,
cartridges, etc.) and the salaries of an IT professional who maintains the printing system. Consideration must also be given to the cost of electricity, the cost of working time that employees lose through
inability to print documents and the need to contact HelpDesk, as well as the administrative costs of servicing multiple invoices from different vendors, stock tracking
supplies, analysis of volumes and types of printing, etc. And most importantly, what kind of damages a company may suffer due to leakage of confidential information due to misuse of features
printing, copying and scanning.

How are companies trying to reduce their printing costs?

Small businesses are looking to save on consumables, such as refilling cartridges or buying “compatible,” and of dubious quality. In the short term,
of course, it lowers costs, but often results in lower print quality and printer failure. Toner and ink for today’s printers are complex components,
physical and chemical properties of which must accurately match the characteristics of a particular apparatus, otherwise over time will appear familiar to many print turned out to lead to the need
expensive repair.

Undoubtedly, more economical savings can be provided by the transition to electronic document flow, and many companies are moving in this direction. However, due to a number of legal requirements, a
also the habits of many employees and executives to work with paper versions of documents process is slow, and in most cases to talk about a significant reduction in print volumes in
calculation per employee is too early.

Large companies, especially distributed, consisting of several divisions, offices, branches, pay attention to automatic printing control and management systems. Many are concerned about the issue
security, economy and centralized management of the printing system.

General Manager and Head of IT Department of Olvita Vitaly Mamayev shares the experience of implementation of such a system at AEM-Technology company:

– Our first project on implementation of MyQ software and hardware complex in AEM-Technology JSC took place in 2011. The main tasks were to unite the whole fleet of printing equipment of the main
the office of the company located in St. Petersburg (Kolpino), and the production site in the city of Petrozavodsk in a single system with the ability to monitor printing and scanning, receiving
statistics for each user and each printer, ensuring information security and reducing printing costs.

The customer’s range of printers consisted of printers, multifunctionals, and plotters from different manufacturers, so we suggested using a universal MyQ solution
had full functionality to solve the tasks.

The first thing pleasing the customer’s IT department is the easy connection to MyQ system, the ability to integrate with Windows Active Directory (data import), the ease of setup. now responsible
An IT professional could control the cartridge life and the status of each printer added to MyQ, allowing you to order supplies in a timely manner and call service engineers
to carry out routine repairs, minimizing downtime due to breakage or cartridge failure.

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The second, equally significant advantage was the convenience of customizing users. It’s worth noting the intuitive Russified interface, the ability to integrate with AD, and the simplicity
policy settings for user groups or specific employees. Each user is logged in with a unique ID and can be authenticated to the device using a pin code,
typed on the keyboard or with a map. This feature restricts access to third-party, unauthorized devices.

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MyQ has the ability to store print jobs received from each user on a server for a specified period. Security officers or supervisors can view
any task. As a result, the likelihood of using a printer for personal use has been minimized, reducing printing costs, including paper, by more than 15% in
the first months of using MyQ.

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MyQ’s print monitoring system has powerful reporting functionality: The IT department can generate reports and statistics by user, device, and device using universal templates
affiliates, as well as a print traffic change report.

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Based on statistics obtained in the first months of the system, a policy of quotas and restrictions on printing and copying was developed. Yes, all employees were set up with a two-way default
printing, but for some employees, the number of pages printed was organized organically, and some departments introduced a limit on color printing and copying.

In 2015, our company upgraded the previously installed MyQ firmware and created a single print management system now for three divisions
AEM-Technologies: headquarters in Kolpino and production sites in Petrozavodsk and Volgodonsk. A corporate MyQ cloud has been deployed for all three sites.

Thus, the main task was solved: to create the only effective safe print environment for the customer company. In 2019-2020, we continued our cooperation in the field of renewal and extension
complex. The huge advantage of the MyQ solution is its scalability and versatility: it is easy to extend the already established print control and monitoring system by purchasing licenses for new ones.
printing devices and adding them to an existing system.

To sum up, I would like to point out once again that the MyQ solution is one of the most convenient on the market in terms of implementation. It easily adapts to the features of the customer’s IT infrastructure and fulfills everything
up-to-date tasks for centralized printing and cost reduction for this article.

print management

IT-Expert Magazine [№ 01/2020],

ELARI EcoBattery: AA lithium

ELARI EcoBattery: AA lithium


Andrey Vinogradov

The ecothem is at its peak today: from all the stands claim to reduce emissions, ban plastic bags, disposable tableware, etc. Is it really a concern for the environment, not
marketing tricks, separate conversation issues, but some of the technologies I personally like. Take, for example, ordinary batteries – the devices that work on them, more and more every year. moreover
most users prefer the cheapest batteries, which serve for a very long time, but for a long time remain “in the memory” of our mother land. But the way out is the batteries, which
can be recharged repeatedly. However, this often requires the purchase of a special charger. And they have a much more pronounced effect of self-discharge, as a result of life, for example,
Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) battery does not match the stated.

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But here are two blisters in front of me: each pair of ELARI EcoBattery lithiums with standard-size USB connectors
AA. There is nothing more in the set, and why – everything is clear and so. When closed, the battery is different from a normal battery, but if you slightly pull the green tip where the plus is located,
The standard USB Type-A connector will now open. Now, just plug the EcoBattery into the appropriate port of any charger, laptop or power outlet, and a translucent ring around the connector
will turn red – the process is gone. When enough energy is available, the indicator light turns green. Very comfortable! Only a thin elastic band holding the cap- “plus” – as far as its
enough with active use, a big question.

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I decided to compare the running time of ELARI EcoBattery with Duracell and FLARX alkaline batteries in different devices. All subjects were discharged with a direct current of 200 mA to a voltage of 0.7 V.

Measured capacity, Wh

FLARX

2.21

Duracell TurboMax

2.95

ELARI

1.4

As the table shows, the real ELARI EcoBattery capacity is inferior to the alkaline counterparts. This is due to the fact that almost half of the housing is a connector and electronics, because the voltage
Li-ion battery is not 1.5 V, as required, and 3.7 V. Thus, to obtain the desired voltage here is installed a step-down converter.

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But keep in mind that charging ELARI EcoBattery is virtually worthless, and you can do it up to 500 times – according to the manufacturer, the benefit becomes apparent not only to nature, but
and for the wallet. In the process of research I also conducted a self-test – it was about 3% in 15 days.

ELARI EcoBattery’s maximum amperage is 400 mA, so these batteries are well suited for medium and low power devices such as electronic toys,
flashlights, etc.

portable batteries, tests and reviews

No charger required

Unreliable cap mount

990 rubles (2 batteries)

IT-Expert Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Elari

Retail (12/16/2019 – 01/15/2020)

Retail (12/16/2019 - 01/15/2020)


Gennady Belash

Yulmart goes bankrupt again

The retailer’s operating company has filed for bankruptcy. Financial problems were already shining in 2017, when the transition from NAO “Yulmart” to “Yulmarket” LLC was made. With
thus, the retailer closed all regional offices, leaving only the partner issuing points and the center on Pulkovo highway.

In January 2020, Wildberries started operating in the EU

Poland was the first country to start sales. Buyers can order goods on the site www.wildberries.eu. For the convenience of customers
The site works both in Polish and in English. At the moment there are over 13.5 thousand brands to order on this site. Buyers can buy women’s, men’s and children’s
clothes, shoes, accessories, toys. In the future, the range will be expanded: the company will offer customers even more different products from Russia and other countries.

Binder announced the launch of the action,

under which every Russian citizen can pay court debts without any commission at any retailer shop until December 31st. Court payable for traffic fines are available for payment,
child support, legal arrears for individuals and for entrepreneurs. For payment it is enough to come to the shop “Zvyazkovy”, depending on the debt to call at the cash desk of the UPP, STS number, IDN
or SNILS, after which the store employee will check the customer’s debt. Debts can also be paid at Terminals in the Binder under the section “Litigation Debts”.

Online retailer Wildberries reports an increase in orders in December

In December 2019, customers placed 750,000 orders per day at Wildberries, which is almost 3.5 times more than the 2018 average. Number of goods shipped from distribution centers
The company has increased three times – up to 1.8 million units.

“According to company statistics, 80% of orders are delivered within a day, 99% – free of charge,” – told the Wildberries press service.

According to the company, the most popular purchases in December were clothing, shoes, accessories, baby goods, beauty products, electronics, appliances and books.

In the first three weeks of December 2019, railroads (+ 149%), constructors (+ 145%), work (+ 130%), soft toys compared to November were the leaders in the category of gifts for children.
(+ 120%), dolls (+ 118%) and dollhouses (+ 108%). In addition, there is growing interest in technological toys: radio-controlled cars and interactive toys (+ 174%), electronic tablets for
drawing (+ 148%).

Roselectronics Holding has created a comprehensive Smart Store solution,

based on RFID technologies. It allows you to automatically register the goods that the buyer takes from the shelf and puts in the cart. This way, the store visitor does not have to “punch in”
goods at checkout – the check will be formed automatically and it will remain only to pay. Radio frequency labels are affixed to goods, and store shelves and trolleys are equipped with antennas and RFID readers.
Thus, the information base of the store immediately receives information about the amount of goods sold and the balance, and the buyer, scanning purchases with the help of the reader on a “smart” cart,
saves time when paid at the self-checkout counter.

Wildberries reports a twofold increase in the number of self-collection points in 2019

Since the beginning of the year, Wildberries has opened more than 3400 new branded outlets, of which more than 3100 have opened their doors in Russia, 140 – in Belarus, 100 – in Kazakhstan, 28 – in Armenia and 9 – in
Kyrgyzstan. In 2019, self-hauling points appeared in 1,248 settlements, in 722 of which the company opened its LFA for the first time. Thus, at the end of the year, a network of Wildberries issue points
totaled over 6,100 points.

Tape has translated mobile applications for data collection terminals

for the Russian product “Forsyth. Mobile platform. ” Today, 4,700 terminals operate on the new platform.

At the stage of choosing the platform “Ribbon” has identified a number of requirements for the new product: it is support for current OS versions, the need for minimal changes in backend systems, ensuring high
indicators of stability and speed of applications. As a result, the company selected the Russian product “Forsyth. Mobile platform. ” It integrates with many source systems,
Provides services for development and automated assembly of mobile applications for all common mobile OS, ensures optimal data handling (online / offline).

X5 Retail Group was granted a patent for the invention

automatic system of analysis of delays on cash registers. The solution was developed by the IT X5 team to accelerate operations, reduce queues and save hundreds of millions of rubles on
optimization of IT processes in X5 network stores.

The automated system consists of a program and three components: information sources (cash registers and POS terminals), integration server and analytics server. The program collects data from cash desks
and POS point of sale terminals, transmits and processes them on servers, determines the sequence, logic and connection between technical and manual operations, and then independently makes
conclusions on improving processes and causes of delays in cash registers. The analysis is performed in real time and allows you to find out in advance and prevent 98% of problems and crashes.

The authors of the system are seven developers of the company, the patent holder was X5. The solution has been phased in and refined since 2018, and today operates in all 15,752 stores
X5 networks.

“TAPE” has combined technologies for retail in one hypermarket

on the bypass channel. The shop has touch screens with two large screens – for the buyer and the cashier, cash reception modules in the cafe, multimedia price checker, solutions for
self-service.

retail

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Retail (12/16/2019 – 01/15/2020)


Gennady Belash

Retail (12/16/2019 - 01/15/2020)

Yulmart goes bankrupt again

The retailer’s operating company has filed for bankruptcy. Financial problems were already shining in 2017, when the transition from NAO “Yulmart” to “Yulmarket” LLC was made. With
thus, the retailer closed all regional offices, leaving only the partner issuing points and the center on Pulkovo highway.

In January 2020, Wildberries started operating in the EU

Poland was the first country to start sales. Buyers can order goods on the site www.wildberries.eu. For the convenience of customers
The site works both in Polish and in English. At the moment there are over 13.5 thousand brands to order on this site. Buyers can buy women’s, men’s and children’s
clothes, shoes, accessories, toys. In the future, the range will be expanded: the company will offer customers even more different products from Russia and other countries.

Binder announced the launch of the action,

under which every Russian citizen can pay court debts without any commission at any retailer shop until December 31st. Court payable for traffic fines are available for payment,
child support, legal arrears for individuals and for entrepreneurs. For payment it is enough to come to the shop “Zvyazkovy”, depending on the debt to call at the cash desk of the UPP, STS number, IDN
or SNILS, after which the store employee will check the customer’s debt. Debts can also be paid at Terminals in the Binder under the section “Litigation Debts”.

Online retailer Wildberries reports an increase in orders in December

In December 2019, customers placed 750,000 orders per day at Wildberries, which is almost 3.5 times more than the 2018 average. Number of goods shipped from distribution centers
The company has increased three times – up to 1.8 million units.

“According to company statistics, 80% of orders are delivered within a day, 99% – free of charge,” – told the Wildberries press service.

According to the company, the most popular purchases in December were clothing, shoes, accessories, baby goods, beauty products, electronics, appliances and books.

In the first three weeks of December 2019, railroads (+ 149%), constructors (+ 145%), work (+ 130%), soft toys compared to November were the leaders in the category of gifts for children.
(+ 120%), dolls (+ 118%) and dollhouses (+ 108%). In addition, there is growing interest in technological toys: radio-controlled cars and interactive toys (+ 174%), electronic tablets for
drawing (+ 148%).

Roselectronics Holding has created a comprehensive Smart Store solution,

based on RFID technologies. It allows you to automatically register the goods that the buyer takes from the shelf and puts in the cart. This way, the store visitor does not have to “punch in”
goods at checkout – the check will be formed automatically and it will remain only to pay. Radio frequency labels are affixed to goods, and store shelves and trolleys are equipped with antennas and RFID readers.
Thus, the information base of the store immediately receives information about the amount of goods sold and the balance, and the buyer, scanning purchases with the help of the reader on a “smart” cart,
saves time when paid at the self-checkout counter.

Wildberries reports a twofold increase in the number of self-collection points in 2019

Since the beginning of the year, Wildberries has opened more than 3400 new branded outlets, of which more than 3100 have opened their doors in Russia, 140 – in Belarus, 100 – in Kazakhstan, 28 – in Armenia and 9 – in
Kyrgyzstan. In 2019, self-hauling points appeared in 1,248 settlements, in 722 of which the company opened its LFA for the first time. Thus, at the end of the year, a network of Wildberries issue points
totaled over 6,100 points.

Tape has translated mobile applications for data collection terminals

for the Russian product “Forsyth. Mobile platform. ” Today, 4,700 terminals operate on the new platform.

At the stage of choosing the platform “Ribbon” has identified a number of requirements for the new product: it is support for current OS versions, the need for minimal changes in backend systems, ensuring high
indicators of stability and speed of applications. As a result, the company selected the Russian product “Forsyth. Mobile platform. ” It integrates with many source systems,
Provides services for development and automated assembly of mobile applications for all common mobile OS, ensures optimal data handling (online / offline).

X5 Retail Group was granted a patent for the invention

automatic system of analysis of delays on cash registers. The solution was developed by the IT X5 team to accelerate operations, reduce queues and save hundreds of millions of rubles on
optimization of IT processes in X5 network stores.

The automated system consists of a program and three components: information sources (cash registers and POS terminals), integration server and analytics server. The program collects data from cash desks
and POS point of sale terminals, transmits and processes them on servers, determines the sequence, logic and connection between technical and manual operations, and then independently makes
conclusions on improving processes and causes of delays in cash registers. The analysis is performed in real time and allows you to find out in advance and prevent 98% of problems and crashes.

The authors of the system are seven developers of the company, the patent holder was X5. The solution has been phased in and refined since 2018, and today operates in all 15,752 stores
X5 networks.

“TAPE” has combined technologies for retail in one hypermarket

on the bypass channel. The shop has touch screens with two large screens – for the buyer and the cashier, cash reception modules in the cafe, multimedia price checker, solutions for
self-service.

retail

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Telecommunications (12/16/2019 – 01/15/2020)


Gennady Belash

Telecommunications (12/16/2019 - 01/15/2020)

S8 Capital launches new mobile operator in Russia …

MTS announced the purchase

through its 100% subsidiary Mobile TeleSystems B.V. 4.5% of the shares of PJSC MTS-Bank for 1.4 billion rubles in PJSC AFK Sistema, a public Russian diversified holding company,
MTS’s largest shareholder. The agreement was approved by the Board of Directors of MTS on December 19, 2019. As a result of the agreement, MTS’s share in MTS Bank’s capital increased to 99.7%, and Sistema fully withdrew from
the composition of the shareholders of MTS Bank.

Tele2 has restarted voice service on LTE networks for Moscow subscribers

VoLTE (Voice over LTE) technology allows voice calls to be transmitted over the LTE network, guaranteeing users instant connection and high quality voice transmission, minimizing the risk of breakage.
The technical solution also saves battery life and uninterrupted 4G connectivity, allowing the customer to speak on the phone without leaving an internet session.

Now VoLTE technology in the Tele2 network in the Moscow region is supported by smartphones Samsung, Huawei, Honor, Vivo, Alcatel. Previously, the technology on the Tele2 network was only available to branded owners
Tele2 Midi LTE, Tele2 Maxi LTE and Tele2 Maxi Plus smartphones.

A VoLTE-enabled phone does not switch to a 3G network when making a call, and voice over LTE.

In 2019, Beeline increased the number of LTE base stations by 47%

The LTE network covers 85% of the Russian Federation. This indicator grew by 11% compared to the beginning of the year. With the increase in network capacity, the average speed of mobile Internet has increased by 30% even
with a 44% increase in traffic.
By the end of the year in which the network construction plan was being implemented, Beeline had assembled the most unusual base stations and the most inaccessible and extreme locations in which they were located.

For example, in St. Petersburg, base stations are installed every summer on the water. They are located on docks open during the navigation season on the Neva River and the English Quay. station
provide the connection of numerous tourists and passengers of boats that leave for Peterhof. In addition, base stations are installed on the historical sites of St. Petersburg – for these
objects use special small-sized antennas, which are mounted in invisible places and necessarily painted in the color of the facade.

Megaphone launches cloud solution

“Intelligent call processing” based on artificial intelligence technology. With a new product, you can make or receive calls without the involvement of carriers. service launch
made based on the decision of technology partner Neuro.net.

The voice robot has a neural network training system. Call processing uses an NLU algorithm capable of learning on a small amount of data. While saving all history
dialogue of artificial intelligence technology allows to take into account the whole context. At the expense of its own MRCP solution, the robot pauses briefly in dialogues, and the smart system responds to
interruption of conversation by the interlocutor.

Capacity of the Megaphone network has increased one and a half times

MegaFon has introduced Ericsson’s solution for the dynamic distribution of frequency resources in the commercial network in the Orenburg region. The Ericsson Shared Carrier allows you to use the same frequencies
to provide 2G and 4G technology services. The next step is the introduction of the Ericsson Spectrum Sharing (ESS) solution, which will help operators seamlessly deploy 5G in low and
medium frequency bands.

telecommunications

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

STATE (12/16/2019 – 01/15/2020)

STATE (12/16/2019 - 01/15/2020)


Gennady Belash

Softline took part in the implementation of the project “Creating a Unified Digital Outline for Healthcare Based on the EGISZ”

in the development of telemedicine in the Sverdlovsk region. The company has supplied and connected equipment for telemedicine complexes, with the help of which the doctors of the territorial disaster medicine center
will be able to provide online advice to their colleagues in remote areas.

The Digital Economy project has failed the budget the hardest

According to the Accounting Chamber, the national project ended the year with a budget execution of 53.6%, without rising to the promised 95.7%. The press secretary of the Ministry of Communications explains this by a long delay
approvals and the “complicated system of management of the National Program”.

The Accounting Chamber has published interim results of the analysis of the implementation of national projects as of December 28, 2019. As a comment to the figures, the head of the Accounting Chamber Alexei Kudrin
stated that more than 100 billion rubles from the planned for the implementation of national projects will not be put into operation on the results of the year.

“Most national projects have been launched since January 1. And some of the measures in the implementation plans were formulated and specified by mid-year. Therefore, national funding was delayed
projects, and execution. ”

According to the implementation of implementation expenditures, the Digital Economy was able to overcome only 53.6%, being in the last place among others. Recall that in July indicator amounted to 32.4%, ie 558.8 billion rubles, and was below the average cost level (42.5%). IN
in early November, the Ministry of Communications hoped to bring the level to 95.7%, to the end – to 85%, but the plans have not been implemented. The spokesman of the Ministry of Communications Yevgeny Novikov said that the agreement is set
the changes made are delayed “due to the complex management system of the National Program”.

The State Duma was proposed to have a census of all SIM cards

State Duma deputy Boris Chernyshov explained his initiative to the fact that attackers often make seven-card to honest subscribers without the knowledge of the people themselves, causing them to become
involuntary defendants of the criminal case, if it comes to that. In the letter, he proposed three measures aimed at reducing the number of gray seven cards.

state information systems

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Industrial IoT protected

Industrial IoT protected


Oleg Marsavin

Cisco Announces Cisco IoT Security Architecture at Cisco Live EMEA Conference in Barcelona, ​​which, according to Vendor, provides transparency and security in IT and operating systems
technological environments. The architecture leverages existing IT security products and services, including Cisco Talos threat analytics, as well as a new industrial IoT network security product
called Cyber ​​Vision and Edge Intelligence Data Extraction Tool.

Today’s networks are the core of operational technologies (ITs) that underpin many critical infrastructures, including energy, transportation and manufacturing. To improve the release process
products, cost optimization, and security enhancement, organizations are increasingly needing immediate access to the data contained in these IT systems. Companies are looking to transform IoT data
into meaningful information and benefit from this for business. “Among the 70,000 Cisco IoT corporate users, we see accelerations in digitization projects that connect
operating assets with converged networks. Although estimates for the number of connected devices may vary, there is a consensus that cybersecurity is the number one task for customers,
implement IoT projects, ”said Vikas Butaney, Vice President and Product Manager, Cisco IoT Business Group.

Industrial IoT Security Architecture

Industrial IoT (IIoT) projects in the operating environment typically lack a modern inventory of assets with underlying communication models to identify security anomalies
and configuration. Flat, unmanaged industrial networks allow cyber security threats to be spread without interruption, threatening system downtime and increasing business risks. And though the data
being at the forefront, they fall into heterogeneous environments that include industry protocols that are alien to IT departments and security toolkits, Bhutan said.

IIoT’s integrated cybersecurity architecture enables you to protect your operating environment with four key elements:

  • identification,

  • policy definition,

  • implementation of the policy,

  • monitoring the current operation of the entire system.

Cisco Cyber ​​Vision is the first software solution for IIoT security built into the Cisco Industrial Network product portfolio. Cyber ​​Vision is based on Cisco technology,
purchased from Sentryo last year. Sentryo technology offers real-time detection of anomalies and threats for IIoT networks. Sentryo products include inventory of assets,
network monitoring and threat analysis platform, including cross-border network sensors that analyze network flows. All of the operational traffic goes through the network, and Cyber ​​Vision analyzes it
this traffic with a deep knowledge of protocols for the discrete, technology and utility industries, allowing IT and OT to provide security while maintaining production integrity for
operating environments.

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Cisco Cyber ​​Vision begins with the identification of assets and the decoding of industry-specific workflows using Passive Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology.
Using a combination of OT-specific rules and Cisco Talos threat data, Cisco Cyber ​​Vision provides real-time anomaly detection and monitoring. Cyber ​​Vision
analyzes the traffic of connected devices and then creates segmentation policies that apply with Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and Cisco DNA Center, a network management platform, for
prevent the spread of threats in IoT environments. Cyber ​​Vision also uses Cisco Edge Intelligence to retrieve data at the network boundary. This approach, according to Liz Centoni,
Cisco’s senior vice president and general manager, Computer and IoT, eliminates the need for Cisco customers to deploy a separate platform for managing IoT environments.

protection IIoT

Protecting IoT environments is more challenging because cyberattacks against any particular platform are usually high-tech. Many attacks targeting an IoT device,
are designed to damage, for example, critical industrial control systems. To ensure the security of such environments, you need a security architecture capable of
real-time to display on-screen operational data, including not only the type of attack, but also the physical location of the device, according to Ms. Centon.

img

Architecture understands what normal industrial traffic looks like, and if something out of the ordinary (for example, a local industrial controller suddenly starts communicating with a computer in another country),
IT and IT security staff can be notified immediately. Also, the controller should never talk to another controller. When the system identifies that controller
communicates with the engineer, this is absolutely normal. But if it turns out that he is talking to another sensor, then this should not happen. But to prevent such situations, we can create one
group policy.

To do this, Cisco uses its traditional networking tools, creating security and segmentation policies in its Identity Services Engine (ISE) and DNA Center network control panel.
Segmentation prevents threats from spreading across the operating environment. In addition, it is powered by Cisco Talos Threat Information, which provides on-line threat monitoring
real time. It provides uptime, reliability and security of the company’s industrial assets and processes, notes Liz Centon.

Current approaches require customized software and integration of different vendor technologies that are complex to deploy and manage. Current proposals are further complicated by the lack of a simple one
a way to control what data is delivered to certain applications running in a multi-cloud environment.

Cisco Edge Intelligence is a new IoT software that retrieves, converts and delivers connected asset data from the edge of IoT to multi-cloud data management points. Edge Intelligence
provides data where it can be processed. This makes it easier for businesses to use their own data collected by border devices to their advantage. According to Cisco, it is not
Not only does it simplify data management, but it also helps companies improve their competitiveness.

It may take some time before the best cybersecurity policies and methods are in line with the pace at which new devices connect to the Internet. In too
According to Cisco, many organizations would find it a good idea to start deploying better DevSecOps techniques in their IoT environments right now. Many of the applications deployed at the border,
would be much safer if developers were to embed controls directly into applications as they were created and deployed. This approach will facilitate the software integration of such
platforms like Cisco Cyber ​​Vision.

Internet of Things (IoT)

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Cisco

Industrial IoT protected


Oleg Marsavin

Industrial IoT protected

Cisco Announces Cisco IoT Security Architecture at Cisco Live EMEA Conference in Barcelona, ​​which, according to Vendor, provides transparency and security in IT and operating systems
technological environments. The architecture leverages existing IT security products and services, including Cisco Talos threat analytics, as well as a new industrial IoT network security product
called Cyber ​​Vision and Edge Intelligence Data Extraction Tool.

Today’s networks are the core of operational technologies (ITs) that underpin many critical infrastructures, including energy, transportation and manufacturing. To improve the release process
products, cost optimization, and security enhancement, organizations are increasingly needing immediate access to the data contained in these IT systems. Companies are looking to transform IoT data
into meaningful information and benefit from this for business. “Among the 70,000 Cisco IoT corporate users, we see accelerations in digitization projects that connect
operating assets with converged networks. Although estimates for the number of connected devices may vary, there is a consensus that cybersecurity is the number one task for customers,
implement IoT projects, ”said Vikas Butaney, Vice President and Product Manager, Cisco IoT Business Group.

Industrial IoT Security Architecture

Industrial IoT (IIoT) projects in the operating environment typically lack a modern inventory of assets with underlying communication models to identify security anomalies
and configuration. Flat, unmanaged industrial networks allow cyber security threats to be spread without interruption, threatening system downtime and increasing business risks. And though the data
being at the forefront, they fall into heterogeneous environments that include industry protocols that are alien to IT departments and security toolkits, Bhutan said.

IIoT’s integrated cybersecurity architecture enables you to protect your operating environment with four key elements:

  • identification,

  • policy definition,

  • implementation of the policy,

  • monitoring the current operation of the entire system.

Cisco Cyber ​​Vision is the first software solution for IIoT security built into the Cisco Industrial Network product portfolio. Cyber ​​Vision is based on Cisco technology,
purchased from Sentryo last year. Sentryo technology offers real-time detection of anomalies and threats for IIoT networks. Sentryo products include inventory of assets,
network monitoring and threat analysis platform, including cross-border network sensors that analyze network flows. All of the operational traffic goes through the network, and Cyber ​​Vision analyzes it
this traffic with a deep knowledge of protocols for the discrete, technology and utility industries, allowing IT and OT to provide security while maintaining production integrity for
operating environments.

img

Cisco Cyber ​​Vision begins with the identification of assets and the decoding of industry-specific workflows using Passive Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology.
Using a combination of OT-specific rules and Cisco Talos threat data, Cisco Cyber ​​Vision provides real-time anomaly detection and monitoring. Cyber ​​Vision
analyzes the traffic of connected devices and then creates segmentation policies that apply with Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and Cisco DNA Center, a network management platform, for
prevent the spread of threats in IoT environments. Cyber ​​Vision also uses Cisco Edge Intelligence to retrieve data at the network boundary. This approach, according to Liz Centoni,
Cisco’s senior vice president and general manager, Computer and IoT, eliminates the need for Cisco customers to deploy a separate platform for managing IoT environments.

protection IIoT

Protecting IoT environments is more challenging because cyberattacks against any particular platform are usually high-tech. Many attacks targeting an IoT device,
are designed to damage, for example, critical industrial control systems. To ensure the security of such environments, you need a security architecture capable of
real-time to display on-screen operational data, including not only the type of attack, but also the physical location of the device, according to Ms. Centon.

img

Architecture understands what normal industrial traffic looks like, and if something out of the ordinary (for example, a local industrial controller suddenly starts communicating with a computer in another country),
IT and IT security staff can be notified immediately. Also, the controller should never talk to another controller. When the system identifies that controller
communicates with the engineer, this is absolutely normal. But if it turns out that he is talking to another sensor, then this should not happen. But to prevent such situations, we can create one
group policy.

To do this, Cisco uses its traditional networking tools, creating security and segmentation policies in its Identity Services Engine (ISE) and DNA Center network control panel.
Segmentation prevents threats from spreading across the operating environment. In addition, it is powered by Cisco Talos Threat Information, which provides on-line threat monitoring
real time. It provides uptime, reliability and security of the company’s industrial assets and processes, notes Liz Centon.

Current approaches require customized software and integration of different vendor technologies that are complex to deploy and manage. Current proposals are further complicated by the lack of a simple one
a way to control what data is delivered to certain applications running in a multi-cloud environment.

Cisco Edge Intelligence is a new IoT software that retrieves, converts and delivers connected asset data from the edge of IoT to multi-cloud data management points. Edge Intelligence
provides data where it can be processed. This makes it easier for businesses to use their own data collected by border devices to their advantage. According to Cisco, it is not
Not only does it simplify data management, but it also helps companies improve their competitiveness.

It may take some time before the best cybersecurity policies and methods are in line with the pace at which new devices connect to the Internet. In too
According to Cisco, many organizations would find it a good idea to start deploying better DevSecOps techniques in their IoT environments right now. Many of the applications deployed at the border,
would be much safer if developers were to embed controls directly into applications as they were created and deployed. This approach will facilitate the software integration of such
platforms like Cisco Cyber ​​Vision.

Internet of Things (IoT)

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Cisco

Industrial IoT protected


Oleg Marsavin

Industrial IoT protected

Cisco Announces Cisco IoT Security Architecture at Cisco Live EMEA Conference in Barcelona, ​​which, according to Vendor, provides transparency and security in IT and operating systems
technological environments. The architecture leverages existing IT security products and services, including Cisco Talos threat analytics, as well as a new industrial IoT network security product
called Cyber ​​Vision and Edge Intelligence Data Extraction Tool.

Today’s networks are the core of operational technologies (ITs) that underpin many critical infrastructures, including energy, transportation and manufacturing. To improve the release process
products, cost optimization, and security enhancement, organizations are increasingly needing immediate access to the data contained in these IT systems. Companies are looking to transform IoT data
into meaningful information and benefit from this for business. “Among the 70,000 Cisco IoT corporate users, we see accelerations in digitization projects that connect
operating assets with converged networks. Although estimates for the number of connected devices may vary, there is a consensus that cybersecurity is the number one task for customers,
implement IoT projects, ”said Vikas Butaney, Vice President and Product Manager, Cisco IoT Business Group.

Industrial IoT Security Architecture

Industrial IoT (IIoT) projects in the operating environment typically lack a modern inventory of assets with underlying communication models to identify security anomalies
and configuration. Flat, unmanaged industrial networks allow cyber security threats to be spread without interruption, threatening system downtime and increasing business risks. And though the data
being at the forefront, they fall into heterogeneous environments that include industry protocols that are alien to IT departments and security toolkits, Bhutan said.

IIoT’s integrated cybersecurity architecture enables you to protect your operating environment with four key elements:

  • identification,

  • policy definition,

  • implementation of the policy,

  • monitoring the current operation of the entire system.

Cisco Cyber ​​Vision is the first software solution for IIoT security built into the Cisco Industrial Network product portfolio. Cyber ​​Vision is based on Cisco technology,
purchased from Sentryo last year. Sentryo technology offers real-time detection of anomalies and threats for IIoT networks. Sentryo products include inventory of assets,
network monitoring and threat analysis platform, including cross-border network sensors that analyze network flows. All of the operational traffic goes through the network, and Cyber ​​Vision analyzes it
this traffic with a deep knowledge of protocols for the discrete, technology and utility industries, allowing IT and OT to provide security while maintaining production integrity for
operating environments.

img

Cisco Cyber ​​Vision begins with the identification of assets and the decoding of industry-specific workflows using Passive Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology.
Using a combination of OT-specific rules and Cisco Talos threat data, Cisco Cyber ​​Vision provides real-time anomaly detection and monitoring. Cyber ​​Vision
analyzes the traffic of connected devices and then creates segmentation policies that apply with Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and Cisco DNA Center, a network management platform, for
prevent the spread of threats in IoT environments. Cyber ​​Vision also uses Cisco Edge Intelligence to retrieve data at the network boundary. This approach, according to Liz Centoni,
Cisco’s senior vice president and general manager, Computer and IoT, eliminates the need for Cisco customers to deploy a separate platform for managing IoT environments.

protection IIoT

Protecting IoT environments is more challenging because cyberattacks against any particular platform are usually high-tech. Many attacks targeting an IoT device,
are designed to damage, for example, critical industrial control systems. To ensure the security of such environments, you need a security architecture capable of
real-time to display on-screen operational data, including not only the type of attack, but also the physical location of the device, according to Ms. Centon.

img

Architecture understands what normal industrial traffic looks like, and if something out of the ordinary (for example, a local industrial controller suddenly starts communicating with a computer in another country),
IT and IT security staff can be notified immediately. Also, the controller should never talk to another controller. When the system identifies that controller
communicates with the engineer, this is absolutely normal. But if it turns out that he is talking to another sensor, then this should not happen. But to prevent such situations, we can create one
group policy.

To do this, Cisco uses its traditional networking tools, creating security and segmentation policies in its Identity Services Engine (ISE) and DNA Center network control panel.
Segmentation prevents threats from spreading across the operating environment. In addition, it is powered by Cisco Talos Threat Information, which provides on-line threat monitoring
real time. It provides uptime, reliability and security of the company’s industrial assets and processes, notes Liz Centon.

Current approaches require customized software and integration of different vendor technologies that are complex to deploy and manage. Current proposals are further complicated by the lack of a simple one
a way to control what data is delivered to certain applications running in a multi-cloud environment.

Cisco Edge Intelligence is a new IoT software that retrieves, converts and delivers connected asset data from the edge of IoT to multi-cloud data management points. Edge Intelligence
provides data where it can be processed. This makes it easier for businesses to use their own data collected by border devices to their advantage. According to Cisco, it is not
Not only does it simplify data management, but it also helps companies improve their competitiveness.

It may take some time before the best cybersecurity policies and methods are in line with the pace at which new devices connect to the Internet. In too
According to Cisco, many organizations would find it a good idea to start deploying better DevSecOps techniques in their IoT environments right now. Many of the applications deployed at the border,
would be much safer if developers were to embed controls directly into applications as they were created and deployed. This approach will facilitate the software integration of such
platforms like Cisco Cyber ​​Vision.

Internet of Things (IoT)

IT-News Magazine [№ 01/2020],

Cisco