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For Sale – Nearly new POWERFUL! Dell G5 15″ i7, RTX 2070, 16GB RAM (32GB upgrade available), 512GB Nvme SSD

Super powerful gaming laptop. Bought for a job that never happened and just sitting about not being used. Has about 3 and half years of Onsite warranty attached to it too! (worth about £250)

i7-8750h
144Hz G-Sync screen!!
Nvidia RTX 2070 8GB
16 GB RAM (upgrade to 32GB for £100)
Super fast M2 NVME SSD 512GB
Extended 90WHr battery
Windows 10 Pro
Ports and connectivity: 1x USB Type-C 3.1 (3.1 Gen 2), Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort, HDMI 3x USB Type-A 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) HDMI 2.0 Card reader SD, SDHC, SDXC Ethernet lan Gigabit Ethernet Wi-Fi Bluetooth Audio jack 3.5mm audio jack
Features: Fingerprint reader Web camera Microphone Speakers Security Lock slot

Any questions please ask. Comes boxed with power cable.

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Updated Exchange Online PowerShell module adds reliability, speed

PowerShell offers administrators a more flexible and powerful way to perform management activities in Exchange Online. At times, PowerShell is the only way to perform certain management tasks.

But there have been widespread concerns by many Exchange administrators who have not always felt confident in Exchange Online PowerShell’s abilities, especially when dealing with thousands of mailboxes and complicated actions. But Microsoft recently released the Exchange Online PowerShell V2 module — also known as the ExchangeOnlineManagement module — to reduce potential management issues.

New cmdlets attempt to curb PowerShell problems

Moving the messaging platform to the cloud can frustrate administrators when they attempt to work with the system using remote PowerShell without a reliable connection to Microsoft’s hosted email system. Microsoft said the latest Exchange Online PowerShell module, version 0.3582.0, brings new enhancements and new cmdlets to alleviate performance and reliability issues, such as session timeouts or poor error handling during complex operations.

Where a spotty connection could cause errors or scripts to fail with the previous module, Microsoft added new cmdlets in the Exchange Online PowerShell V2 module to restart and attempt to run a script where it left off before issues started.

Microsoft added 10 new cmdlets in the new Exchange Online PowerShell module. One new cmdlet, Connect-ExchangeOnline, replaces two older cmdlets: Connect-EXOPSSession and New-PSSession.

Microsoft took nine additional cmdlets in the older module, updated them to use REST APIs and gave them new names using the EXO prefix:

  • Get-EXOMailbox
  • Get-EXORecipient
  • Get-EXOCASMailbox
  • Get-EXOMailboxPermission
  • Get-EXORecipientPermission
  • Get-EXOMailboxStatistics
  • Get-EXOMailboxFolderStatistics
  • Get-EXOMailboxFolderPermission
  • Get-EXOMobileDeviceStatistics

Microsoft said the new REST-based cmdlets will perform significantly better and faster than the previous PowerShell module. The REST APIs offer a more stable connection to the Exchange Online back end, making most functions more responsive and able to operate in a stateless session.

Given that administrators will develop complex PowerShell scripts for their management needs, they needed more stability from Microsoft’s end to ensure these tasks will execute properly. Microsoft helped support those development efforts by introducing better script failure with functionality that will retry and resume from the point of failure. Previously, the only option for administrators was to rerun their scripts and hope it worked the next time.

There are cases where some properties are queried during a script execution that can generally impact the overall response and performance of the script given the size of the objects and their properties. To help optimize these scenarios, Microsoft introduced a way for a PowerShell process to run against Exchange Online to only retrieve relevant properties of objects needed during the execution process.  An example would be retrieving mailbox properties that would be the most likely to be used, such as mailbox statistics, identities and quotas.

Microsoft removed the need to use the Select parameter typically used to determine which properties are needed as part of the result set.  This neatens scripts and eliminates unnecessary syntax as shown in the example below.

Before:

Get-ExoMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox | Select WhenCreated, WhenChanged | Export-CSV c:tempExportedMailbox.csv

After:

Get-ExoMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox  -PropertySets Quota -Properties WhenCreated, WhenChanged | Export-CSV c:tempExportedMailbox.csv

How to get the new Exchange Online PowerShell module

To start using the latest Exchange Online PowerShell capabilities requires the installation or upgrade of the ExchangeOnlineManagement module. This can be done from a PowerShell prompt running under administrator settings and executing one of the two following commands:

Install-Module -Name ExchangeOnlineManagement
Import-Module ExchangeOnlineManagement; Get-Module ExchangeOnlineManagement

Or:

Update-Module -Name ExchangeOnlineManagement
Exchange Online PowerShell module install
New Exchange Online PowerShell module users can use the Install-Module command to start working with the new cmdlets.

Exchange Online PowerShell V2 module commands offer speed boost

IT pros who use the new Exchange Online PowerShell module should see improved performance and faster response time.

We can run a short test to compare how the current version stacks up to the previous version when we run commands that provide the same type of information.

First, let’s run the following legacy command to retrieve mailbox information from an organization:

Get-Mailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox | Select DisplayName, ProhibitSendReceiveQuota, WhenCreated, WhenChanged

The command completes in 2.3890 seconds.

Exchange Online PowerShell mailbox command
One typical use of PowerShell on Exchange Online is to use the Get-Mailbox cmdlet to retrieve information about mailboxes used by members of the organization.

This is the new version of the command that provides same set of information but in a slightly different format:

$RESTResult = Measure-Command { $Mbx = Get-ExoMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox -PropertySets Quota -Properties WhenCreated, WhenChanged

The command completes in 1.29832 seconds, or almost half the time. Extrapolate these results to an organization with many thousands of users and mailboxes in Exchange Online and you can begin to see the benefit when a script takes half as much time to run.

Use the following command to get mailbox details for users in the organization:

Get-ExoMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox -PropertySets Quota -Properties WhenCreated, WhenChanged
Exchange Online mailbox details
The updated Get-ExoMailbox cmdlet fetches detailed information for a mailbox hosted in Exchange Online.

The following command exports a CSV file with details of mailboxes with additional properties listed:

Get-ExoMailbox -ResultSize Unlimited -RecipientTypeDetails UserMailbox -PropertySets Quota -Properties WhenCreated, WhenChanged | Export-CSV c:tempExportedMailbox.csv

Be aware of the Exchange Online PowerShell module provisions

There are several caveats Exchange administrators should know before they use the latest ExchangeOnlineManagement module:

  • The new Exchange PowerShell Online module only works on Windows PowerShell 5.1 with support coming for the new cross-platform version of PowerShell.
  • Data results returned by the latest cmdlets are in alphabetic order, not chronologically.
  • The new module only supports OAuth 2.0 authentication, but the client machine will need basic authorization enabled to use the older remote PowerShell cmdlets.
  • Some results may require additional formatting or adjusting because the new cmdlets give output alphabetically.
  • Administrators should use Azure AD GUID for account identity.

How to give Microsoft feedback for additional development

As Microsoft continues to improve the module, administrators will continue to see more capabilities that will allow them to have a much more improved experience with PowerShell to manage their Exchange Online environment.

There are three avenues for users to provide feedback to Microsoft on the new PowerShell commands. The first one is to report bugs or other issues during the processing of the different scripts from within PowerShell. To do this, run the following command:

Connect-ExchangeOnline -EnableErrorReporting -LogDirectoryPath <Path to store log file> -LogLevel All

The second option is to post a message on the Office 365 UserVoice forum.

Lastly, users can file an issue or check on the status of one with the Exchange Online PowerShell commands on the Microsoft Docs Github site at this link.

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IBM battling to change perception of Cognos Analytics BI platform

While IBM’s traditionally popular Cognos Analytics BI suite remains a powerful system, some say it’s not for everyone anymore.

The business intelligence platform was viewed for decades as a leading product, one that met the needs of data analysts well. But as analytics went mainstream, the need for trained data scientists to deploy analytics software lessened, and everyday users became more versed in the ways of BI, views of IBM’s analytics technology changed.

Now, however, IBM is fighting back.

On Thursday, addressing concerns that led to an impression among some that the Cognos Analytics on Cloud platform is behind the times, IBM released Cognos Analytics version 11.1.3. The latest rollout, which according to IBM is designed to give small and medium-sized businesses better access to IBM’s BI tools, targets pricing and ease of use.

It was in 2015, when IBM transitioned Cognos from version 10 to version 11, that IBM first began addressing its image among some as being good for large enterprises but not user-friendly for everyone.

“We released 11.0 in 2015 and spent a lot of time on the road at conferences banging the drum that this is not your grandfather’s Cognos, that this is the next iteration,” said Kevin McFaul, senior product manager of business analytics at IBM. “The capabilities are still there, but it was enhanced to target the new line of business users. Our competition went to market on ‘Cognos is too complex’ and we’ve done a lot of work to try and correct that perception.”

IBM’s release of Cognos Analytics version 11.1.3 comes amid what analysts view as a challenging time for the Cognos Analytics BI platform.

Analysts said that the suite’s technological capabilities remain among the most effective, yet despite IBM’s best efforts it’s a product viewed as primarily aimed at enterprises with budget to spend and IT specialists to spare. It is not seen as a platform that fits the needs of the new wave of data users, citizen data scientists.

IBM Cognos market activity by the year

Gartner’s proprietary “Magic Quadrant” ranking system in February 2019 dropped IBM to “Niche Player” after ranking it a “Visionary” the previous three years.

A decade ago in 2009, and up through 2015, Gartner labeled IBM as a “Leader.”

“IBM was a leader in traditional BI, but it took them a long time to respond to [changes in the market],” said Rita Sallam, a VP analyst at Gartner. “Cognos lost a lot of traction, but they’ve made promising investments in augmented intelligence, which we see as the next phase of BI.”

“They’ve now introduced a promising new version of the product,” she added.

The Cognos Analytics BI platform has many of the same capabilities as other advanced analytics suites, including natural language processing (the old Watson analytics system was recently rolled into Cognos), data visualization and multi-cloud connectivity. And IBM continues to add features through updates, introducing a host of AI-powered tools in the fall of 2018 with IBM Cognos 11.1 and now addressing pricing and ease of use in 11.1.3.

Even before the latest update, the Cognos Analytics BI platform remained robust for those who were already IBM customers.

But there’s also been a downside to the Cognos Analytics BI story, one analyst said has made it difficult for IBM to win new customers.

“Historically, it’s been an IT-centric implementation,” said Rick Sherman, founder of Athena IT Solutions in Maynard, Mass. “It can manage metadata and share, but there are lots of parts to the architecture to make it effective.

“You’ll look elsewhere if you don’t have the skills,” he continued.

Another potential drawback has been IBM’s perceived relatively slow pace of innovation.

While Microsoft provides monthly updates to Power BI, and vendors such as MicroStrategy are starting to embed analytics into applications beyond their traditional BI platforms, IBM’s most recent additions — even the ones unveiled this week — are ones many of their competitors already possess.

“It has most of the features that are required, but the competition went ahead more than Cognos,” said Boris Evelson, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research. “Its strength is that it’s delivering analytics at scale, and it’s introducing some of the more advanced features — it has a conversational user interface, and the advanced analytics it’s introduced is a strength.”

“But a weakness is the pace of innovation is not as fast as its competitors,” he said.

One of the specific issues that may have held the Cognos Analytics BI platform back is that IBM invested heavily in Watson before the company abandoned Watson analytics as a stand-alone product and added it to the Cognos Analytics BI suite.

“Watson set them back a couple of years — Watson analytics didn’t have the completeness Cognos had,” said Doug Henschen, analyst at Constellation Research. “The hope is that they catch up.”

Henschen, however, noted that IBM now is giving the Cognos Analytics BI platform more attention, which could help reverse the sense that IBM is lagging in the analytics sphere.

They’ve updated their story significantly in the last 18 months. There are signs that they’re getting hip to the market demands of the day to get customers what they want and where they want it.
Doug HenschenAnalyst, Constellation Research

“They’ve updated their story significantly in the last 18 months,” Henchen said. “There are signs that they’re getting hip to the market demands of the day to get customers what they want and where they want it.”

The new release appears to be further evidence of IBM’s commitment to the Cognos Analytics BI platform, and to making it a suite not only for giant enterprise but also for the citizen data scientist.

“It was designed around how to empower end users and help them understand their data,” McFaul said.

Pricing for Cognos Analytics version 11.1.3 is in three tiers, beginning at $15 per user, per month for the Standard Edition, $35 per user, per month for the Plus Edition, and $70 per user, per month for the Premium Edition. All the versions are available on the IBM Marketplace and can be purchased directly from the site and used via the cloud, IBM said.

Whether the market takes notice of the changes, however, and whether IBM can regain what it has lost in recent years, remains to be seen.

A decade ago, IBM had a 14.6% market share of vendor revenues, according to Gartner. By 2017, though statistics vary slightly among sources and the BI software market has become more fragmented in general over time, IBM’s market share had dropped.

“Their challenges don’t stem from the product,” Sallam said. “It’s their go-to-market strategy, how to sell beyond their installed base, how to attract new buyers. They’ve put in place a plan to do that, but we’ll see how well they execute on those plans.”

“Hearts are harder to change than the product,” she said.

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For Sale – Super server bundle: 14 core E5-2695 v3, ASRock Extreme 6 X99 mobo, 80GB DDR4 ECC RAM

I have a super powerful CPU, mobo and RAM bundle here that would make a great home server, I have used it as an unRAID server for about 18 months or so but am downsizing.

I have used this rig for running unRAID with dockers and VMs. When running VMs you can do GPU pass-through and I’ve had really powerful multi-core Mac Pro desktop running as well as a gaming VM with a GTX 1060 passed through. It’s an absolute beast. Great for running multiple VMs as a home lab.

ASRock X99 Extreme 6 ATX motherboard
Intel Xeon E5-2695 14 core/28 thread CPU
80GB !! (5 x 16GB, 4 Crucial and 1 SKHynix) of ECC DDR4 2133 memory

Motherboard specs:-
On-board dual LAN
Supports up to 128GB RAM
Ultra M.2 slot
8 RAM Slots

Intel Xeon E5-2695 v3 14 core/28 thread CPU. This is a late stepping engineering sample indistinguishable from retail. The v3 Xeons had a “bug” from Intel where using patched Microcode you can bypass the usual turbo boost restrictions to have all the cores running at single core boost speeds. In this case you can have all 14 cores running at 3.3GHz. The ASRock motherboard already has the patched BIOS in place so all you have to do it plug and play.

If you wish to go back to stock, simply update the motherboard with the latest BIOS from ASRock from within the BIOS itself. I will supply the patched BIOS anyway so you can always go back. As long as you have a decent CPU cooler then it is fine. even at full tilt my CPU never went over 60 deg. Although I did this for interest sake, my server sat idling 99% of the time anyway so a bit of a waste for me

Here is the Anandtech thread where it was all discovered and people built the mods:-

Page 3 – What controls Turbo Core in Xeons?

Also here is an explanation of all core vs single core boosts :
Actual CPU Speeds – What You See Is Not Always What You Get

Looking at current prices on ebay especially RAM which is crazy right now, this lot is worth about £800 or so, so I think this is a good price.

Price and currency: £550
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
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Blockchain solutions — and disruption — pondered at EmTech 2018

CAMBRIDGE — The World Bank, one of the most powerful financial institutions on the planet, is experimenting with blockchain as a tool to track agricultural goods and raise capital.

Gideon Lichfield, the editor in chief of the MIT Technology Review, found some irony in that.

“This technology that was invented by somebody whose true identity we still don’t know — Satoshi Nakamoto — specifically to take power away from financial institutions and put currency in the hands of the people is now being used by the ultimate, central, financial institution,” Lichfield told an audience at EmTech 2018, a conference focused on big data, artificial intelligence and technology.

The crowd gathered at MIT’s Media Lab had just heard from two thinkers in the increasingly mainstream field of blockchain, a method of distributed ledgers that can dramatically alter how transactions are made and verified.

Ledgers themselves date back to cuneiform records etched into tablets 7,000 years ago at the dawn of civilization, said Michael Casey, an author and senior advisor to the Digital Currency Initiative at Media Lab. If blockchain solutions decentralize financial ledgers in the future, that change could disrupt the flow of money into the world’s financial hubs. Using the 21st century version of the ledger, governments and other institutions could invest the money they save on financing in other causes.

The lack of trust in the record-keeping function has a huge impact on the world.
Michael Caseysenior advisor to the Digital Currency Initiative, MIT Media Lab

“If they could raise money more cheaply, you’d have a lot more funds to put into education, to put into health,” Casey said. “Why should [the cost of financing] go into the hands of a large investment bank when it could be going back to the poor?”

Blockchain solutions could also help the so-called underbanked and unbanked gain access to financial services. Distributed ledgers accrue credibility by replicating transaction records across a network of computers. Casey said that credibility could benefit people in places like Nairobi, Kenya, who have difficulty leveraging value from their real estate because banks distrust their property records.

“The lack of trust in the record-keeping function has a huge impact on the world,” he said.

The World Bank's Prema Shrikrishna and MIT Media Lab's Michael Casey discuss blockchain's potential at EmTech 2018.
The World Bank’s Prema Shrikrishna and MIT Media Lab’s Michael Casey discuss blockchain’s potential to provide a new model of trust at EmTech 2018.

World Bank experiments with blockchain solutions

The altruistic applications of blockchain were a focus of Casey’s EmTech talk with Prema Shrikrishna, who works on blockchain projects at World Bank Group.

Teaming up with the International Finance Corporation, the World Bank is currently designing a blockchain architecture to track oil palm from the farm to mills, where it becomes palm oil — an agricultural staple in everything from chocolate to candles. By tracking the origin of the raw material, most of which is produced in Indonesia, blockchain could reward farmers for sustainable practices, according to Shrikrishna.

Among other World Bank experiments with blockchain: 

Education. The World Bank is developing a system for rewarding students playing an educational game called Evoke, which is designed to teach skills for success in modern society, Shrikrishna said.

Vaccine management. In December, Oleg Kucheryavenko, a public health professional who works with the World Bank, wrote on the institution’s blog that blockchain could provide a “cost-effective solution” for vaccine distribution. Vaccines have a shelf-life, Kucheryavenko wrote, and the supply chain is “too complex to be taken for granted, with vaccines changing ownership from manufacturers to distributors, re-packagers and wholesalers before reaching its destination.”

Financing. In August, the World Bank sold blockchain-enabled bonds through the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, which raised about $80.5 million, according to Reuters.

Blockchain’s best use cases

Members of the audience at the talk had varying aspirations for blockchain’s use.

Rahul Panicker, chief innovation officer at Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence, which focuses on technological solutions to large-scale societal problems, believes blockchain can be harnessed for humanitarian causes.

“It was very encouraging to see an organization like the World Bank being willing to look at these frontier technologies, and especially a technology like blockchain that has the ability to reduce friction in the financial system,” said Panicker, after attending the talk. “The whole purpose of blockchain is actually to minimize the burden of trust. The cost of trust is especially high in the developing world, so the fact that organizations like the World Bank are willing to look at this can mean big things for the disempowered.”

Tom Hennessey, an attendee, posited that financial settlement was the most readily available application.

Tomas Jansen, of Belgium’s Federal Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers, said a lot of refugees arrive in Europe without identification papers because they belong to a marginalized group or lost their documents. Jansen wanted to hear ideas from the blockchain experts on how to address those problems.

Shrikrishna sidestepped the political ramifications, but she noted that World Bank has a program called Identification for Development that is working on integrating ID databases and creating an identity that would be “portable across borders.”

She said the World Bank is “technology agnostic” in seeking to solve problems around the globe, and stressed that the financial institution’s approach with blockchain has been both “very cautious” and “very experimental.”

Blockchain disruption

World Bank is hardly alone in its exploration of blockchain solutions to solve problems and change how business is done. Analysts expect blockchain to have a major impact on businesses, which are eyeing its potential to manage supply chains, verify documents, and trade securities. The firm Gartner estimates blockchain will add $3.1 trillion to the world economy by 2030. Some industry sectors have been quicker than others to start experimenting.

Describing blockchain as at an “inflection point,” a recent report by the consultancy Deloitte found that financial services executives are “leading the way in using blockchain to reexamine processes and functions that have remained static for decades,” and emerging players are using blockchain to challenge traditional business models.

Meanwhile, blockchain’s most developed use case — bitcoin — is driving most of the interest in the technology, while taking those invested in the cryptocurrency on a roller coaster ride.

So far development of a “stable coin” has been a “difficult nut to crack,” according to Casey, who used to cover currencies for The Wall Street Journal.

To stabilize the tender, a coin could be pegged to other metrics, or it could be backed by a reserve of funds to try to create more stability, Casey said. One way or another, he predicted, developers will find success.

“Something’s going to work. Something’s going to break as well,” Casey said.

For Sale – Gigabyte BRIX i5 4570R / 8GB DDR3L 1600Mhz / 250 Evo mSATA SSD / WD Blue 500GB HD / Win10

Hi.

I’m selling a very powerful Gigabyte Brix Pro 4570r. This contains a desktop class i5 processor not a mobile i5 processor. Comes fully kitted out with RAM, SSD and hard drive for extra storage.

Contents:
Brix Pro GB-BXi5-4570R
8GB Corsair 1600Mhz DDR3L
Samsung Evo 250GB mSATA
Western Digital Blue 2.5″ 500GB hard drive
Wifi/Bluetooth card
Power supply.

Comes with original box which includes VESA bracket for mounting on back of monitor.

Windows 10 will be installed on the SSD but not activated. Windows 10 can be used without an activation code and you still get all the updates.

Tiny desktop replacement!

Pickup price is £310. Postage within the UK is £12 extra (NI etc might be more)

Price and currency: 310
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS or PPgift.
Location: Southport
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For Sale – Gigabyte BRIX i5 4570R / 8GB DDR3L 1600Mhz / 250 Evo mSATA SSD / WD Blue 500GB HD / Win10

Hi.

I’m selling a very powerful Gigabyte Brix Pro 4570r. This contains a desktop class i5 processor not a mobile i5 processor. Comes fully kitted out with RAM, SSD and hard drive for extra storage.

Contents:
Brix Pro GB-BXi5-4570R
8GB Corsair 1600Mhz DDR3L
Samsung Evo 250GB mSATA
Western Digital Blue 2.5″ 500GB hard drive
Wifi/Bluetooth card
Power supply.

Comes with original box which includes VESA bracket for mounting on back of monitor.

Windows 10 will be installed on the SSD but not activated. Windows 10 can be used without an activation code and you still get all the updates.

Tiny desktop replacement!

Pickup price is £310. Postage within the UK is £12 extra (NI etc might be more)

Price and currency: 310
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
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Location: Southport
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Graphics Card (2GB+ VRAM) – ~£70

What GPU’s are out there for around the ~£70 mark? Looking for something more powerful than the 1GB HD7790 a friend gave me.

Happy to send payment however you like, provided you have good feedback, else I would want to send through PayPal G&S.

Many thanks.

Location: Staffordshire

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