Tele Task public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Continuous service provisioning is a key feature of modern hardware und software server systems. These systems achieve their level of user-perceived availability through a set of formal and technical approaches, commonly summarized under the term dependability. Dependability is defined as the trustworthiness of hardware and software systems, so that reliance can be placed on the service they provide. The main dependability attributes commonly known and accepted are availability, reliability, ...
 
"Internet Security - Weaknesses and Targets" gives a detailed introduction on problems concerning Internet and Intranet security. After starting with some remarks on risk analysis and computer crimes, security weaknesses and targets are discussed in detail. Besides, more introductions are provided on: human factor and technical failures, attacks on accounts and passwords, attacks on Internet protocol, misuse of design and programming errors, weaknesses in common operating systems, targets in ...
 
The main objective of the seminar is to provide the students with opportunities to study in depth the relation between business processes and event processing using examples and data stemming from real-world use cases. The students will be offered to choose from a predefined set of scenarios inspired by the EU project on Green European Transportation (GET) our group is working in (http://getservice-project.eu/). The students will work in teams, two persons each, and will be asked to implemen ...
 
The free lunch is over! Computer systems up until the turn of the century became constantly faster without any particular effort simply because the hardware they were running on increased its clock speed with every new release. This trend has changed and today's CPUs stall at around 3 GHz. The size of modern computer systems in terms of contained transistors (cores in CPUs/GPUs, CPUs/GPUs in compute nodes, compute nodes in clusters), however, still increases constantly. This caused a paradig ...
 
In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Karen Brown, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Join Karen Brown as she shares the lates ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Overall coronavirus cases are trending down. Vaccine rollout is now in its fifth month. We talk to the State Health Officer about how Mississippi is faring in its year long fight against COVID-19. Plus, migrant workers profoundly affected by the ICE raid of 2019, are calling on action from the Biden Administration. Segment 1: Vaccines for COVID-19 …
 
Health leaders continue to address vaccine hesitancy. And, most states don’t have a sales tax on groceries. But, Alabama and Mississippi do. And that money could go a long way for low-income residents. Then, in our Book Club, one of the country’s largest collections of children’s literature can be found at the University of Southern Mississippi. No…
 
State officials continue to encourage residents to get shots as Mississippi attempts to climb from the bottom rungs of the national vaccination tables. Then, a coalition of health leaders file an initiative to put Medicaid expansion on the ballot. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, we recap the 2021 legislative session. Segment 1: Over fo…
 
The federal Paycheck Protection Program is extending its second draw loan window. We hear from the Bankers’ Association on where the aid is going. Then, in recognition of National Child Abuse Awareness Month, we examine the roots of issue and how Mississippians can help. Plus, faith leaders respond to the new Georgia voting laws and comments made b…
 
UMMC and the FCC come together to champion new efforts in tele-health. And Senator Wicker discusses the American Rescue plan and corporate response to the Georgia voting laws. Then, health officials provide updates on vaccine progress in the state. Plus, violence is down in Mississippi prisons. We hear from the commissioner of MDOC. Segment 1: The …
 
The presiding officers of the House and Senate recap the legislative session. Then, how a failure to extend Medicaid postpartum health care to twelve months impacts mothers and children in a state with the highest infant mortality rate. Plus, on the eve of local primaries, we examine the significance of municipal elections. Segment 1: The Magnolia …
 
The new education budget closes the funding gap for the MAEP. We hear from the Senate Education Committee Chair. And, how the pandemic is causing a drop in routine vaccinations for school-aged children. Then, in our Book Club, stories from Natchez in Richard Grant's latest book, "The Deepest South of All" Plus, the arrival of spring usually brings …
 
In an attempt to address Mississippi’s high incarceration rate, lawmakers send a parole reform bill to the Governor. Then, how community health centers in the Delta are helping residents get vaccinated. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the state takes a step toward local alcohol delivery. Segment 1: Mississippi lawmakers are sending leg…
 
As the legislature nears the end of the 2021 session, lawmakers approve final budget bills - including a budget increase for education. Then, in part two of our conversation with UMMC's Dr. Louann Woodward, we look at the lessons learned and the lasting toll of the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, we break down the highlights from the latest Millsaps/Ch…
 
More variants of the coronavirus appear in Mississippi as health officials continue vaccination efforts. Then, a leader at the state’s only tier one trauma facility reflects on a year of facing the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, a recent economic study reveals a revitalized railway could bring a boost to coastal counties. Segment 1: More coronavirus v…
 
Mississippi reaches parity in its effort to expand vaccine access to communities of color. Then, the Tax Freedom Act is dead, but the push to transform tax policy continues. We hear from the Mississippi Center for Public Policy. Plus, The “Hawkins vs. Town of Shaw Project” is recognized by the Mississippi Humanities Council. Segment 1: The number o…
 
For the second time in as many weeks, the Magnolia State faces the threat of severe storms and tornadoes. We talk to the National Weather Service. Then, for years, Alabama and Mississippi have refused to expand Medicaid. But advocates hope a new federal incentive could change things. Plus, premiering at the Oxford Film Festival this weekend, “Look …
 
As vaccination numbers continue to climb, we look at the role the VA is playing in distribution. Then, with the legislative session winding down, we examine the Medicaid landscape with the insurance commissioner. Plus, what the latest State of the State poll reveals about Mississippians’ attitude toward the coronavirus vaccine. Segment 1: Veterans …
 
Mississippi surpasses one millions doses of coronavirus vaccine. Then, we examine the targeted strategies officials are using reach work communities that suffered outbreaks at the start of the pandemic. Plus, FEMA offers funeral assistance for families managing COVID-19 related deaths. Segment 1: The Magnolia State's vaccine rollout is hitting new …
 
Health officials confirm a second coronavirus variant in Mississippi. Then, Jackson State University steps up to promote vaccination. Plus, indigenous remains are repatriated to the Chickasaw nation. Segment 1: Mississippi health officials are reporting the first identified case of the South African strain of coronavirus in Harrison County. State H…
 
The founder of a Jackson private school and her son plead not guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and money laundering. Then, a number of spring deadlines approach for students seeking opportunities in higher education. Plus, actor and comedian Jay Jurden shares what it’s like to be black, queer, and Southern in NYC. Segment 1: Two defendants f…
 
Mississippi was largely spared the severity of yesterday’s storm. We assess the effects with MEMA. Then, what the American Rescue Plan could do for the state of child care in Mississippi - especially that of single mothers. Plus, in today’s Book Club, a literary look at the Magnolia state’s vast landscapes in Ralph Eubanks’ book, “A Place Like Miss…
 
One month after a severe winter weather event, Mississippi prepares for it's first wave of spring storms. Then, while Amazon workers attempting to unionize in Alabama attract national support, veteran labor organizers in the South say the workers face an expensive uphill battle. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the Senate kills the Free…
 
With a goal of "getting back to normal", the Governor expands vaccine eligibility to all Mississippians. We examine the impact increased access could have in the state. Then, with stimulus payments from the American Rescue Plan on the way, we explore how the infusion of cash could help families in the Magnolia State. Plus, the Institute for the Hum…
 
Health leaders in the Magnolia State discuss vaccine expansion. Then, a new study analyzes the obstacles Mississippians with felony convictions face as they try to re-enter the community. Then, a Mississippi casino offers employees an incentive for getting vaccinated. Segment 1: After a steady declining slope in coronavirus cases, Mississippi is ex…
 
Mississippi becomes the first state this year to pass a law banning transgender athletes from competing on girls or women's sports teams. The bill's author claims the measure protects women, while LGBT advocates say it's a solution in search of a problem. Then, a recent study reveals the toll of the pandemic on Mississippi's most under-served child…
 
A recent study provides more detail on transmission of COVID-19 in pediatric carriers. Then, Alabama's governor is seeking to improve conditions in correctional facilities by expanding private prisons. But reform advocates in the region are urging a different approach. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, we preview the pandemic anniversary…
 
Officials in the city of Jackson say the current water crisis is nearing an end, but certain underlying issues still need to be reconciled. Then, as the state approaches the one year anniversary of its first case of COVID-19, health officials reflect on the year that was. Plus, as the nation recognizes National Women’s Month, advocates in Mississip…
 
Progress is made restoring water to Jackson residents, but the symptoms of a old and crumbling infrastructure remain. Then, state faith leaders send a unified message of support for Medicaid expansion. Plus, a coalition of health advocates press the legislature for a higher cigarette tax. Segment 1: An estimated five thousand residents in Jackson h…
 
Community leaders in Jackson speak out as the city’s water problems persist. Then, Mississippi lawmakers send a bill to the Governor that would bar transgender students from playing sports with their identified gender. Plus, the legislature moves one step closer to creating a Conservation Trust Fund. Segment 1: Residents in the Capital City are sti…
 
Health and municipal leaders respond the the Governor’s decision to roll back mitigation efforts: And restoration of water in the Capital city takes a step backwards. Then, a teacher pay raise is hanging by a thread in the state legislature. We hear from one professional education group. Plus, in our book club - "The Life and Legacy of B. B. King.”…
 
The Governor roll backs restrictions on mask wearing and gatherings while advocating vaccinations. Then, the long-promised teacher pay raise sits in legislative limbo. We look at how and if the raise will come this year. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, we examine how yesterday's Supreme Court hearing could affect voting rights in Missi…
 
Water outages continue in Jackson as treatment and distribution facilities struggle to reach pressure levels high enough to service parts of the city. Then, the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act receives scrutiny from policy analysts and state leaders. Plus, the Mississippi's Public Service Commission announces a comprehensive review of the the state's u…
 
The water crisis in the Capital City continues as residents face prolonged outages. City officials weigh in. Then, the coronavirus vaccination rollout accelerates following delays brought on by last month’s winter storm. Plus, an analysis of the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act. Segment 1: Residents in parts of the capital city have been without running…
 
Residents of the capital city continue to face water outages following last week’s winter storm. Then, a Mississippi agency assigned to distribute millions in federal pandemic relief funds is under pressure to get the program going or risk losing the money. Plus, the Mississippi Economic Council responds to the House’s fast-tracked tax plan. Segmen…
 
Lawmakers in the House introduce legislation to eliminate the Pink tax. And, one leader from the hospital association weighs in on the debate on expanding Medicaid. Then, Mississippi State University recognizes the power of storytellers. Plus, in our Book Club: “I AM A MAN: Civil Rights Photographs in the American South, 1960–1970.” Segment 1: Hous…
 
The House passes a reformative tax bill that could eliminate the personal income tax while raising other use taxes Then, the Governor announces expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to teachers and first responders. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the Winter Institute uses an art contest to engage the state's youth in the racial rec…
 
Lawmakers draft legislation to clarify the definition of hazing and stipulate penalties for institutions failing to report violations. Then, restoration of power across the state is nearly complete following last-week's generational winter storm. We hear from Entergy Mississippi on the storm's impact and the recovery process. Plus, the William Wint…
 
The mayor of the Capital city assesses the city’s infrastructure and water challenges following a week-long winter storm. Then, vaccine hesitancy continues to be prominent within the Black community - including health care workers. Plus, the Society of Archivists responds to a bill designed to restructure of the board of Archives and History. Segme…
 
A week of snow, ice and frigid temperatures made commuting hazardous. We check in with MDOT for the latest on how Mississippi’s roadways are faring. Then, Wednesday night’s wave of winter precipitation resulted in power outages across the state. We hear from the public service commission on the effort to restore electricity. Plus, Mississippi Congr…
 
A second wave of ice and snow swept through the central and northern parts of the yesterday. We visit with the National Weather Service on the outlook for the days ahead. Then, a Mississippi Congressman uses legislation from 1871 as grounds to sue former President Trump. Plus, in our Book Club, "Eudora Welty: Photographs." Segment 1: A second wave …
 
Some of this week’s ice and snow have begun to slowly melt away, but more freezing temperatures and precipitation could be on the way. We hear from the national weather service. Then, Mississippi’s roadways have been hazardous as a result of the generational winter storm. We talk to the highway patrol. Plus, with frigid temperatures expecting to re…
 
The sleet and snow have moved out, but the frigid air remains. We check in with the National Weather Service on how long it will stay and if more wintery precipitation is on the way. Then, this week’s winter storm has left Mississippi’s roads icy and has created other hazardous conditions. We hear from MEMA on the state’s response. Plus, the Small …
 
A winter storm brings ice and snow to the Magnolia State. We look at the forecast and the conditions on Mississippi's roads Then, Dr. Fauci joins Mississippi health officials and Tougaloo College to discuss vaccine access in the state's Black communities. Plus, the Human Rights Campaign responds to recent legislation. Segment 1: Much of the state i…
 
With winter weather advisories expected across the state this weekend, we check in with the national weather service about the chances for rain, ice, and snow. Then, a bill to allow collegiate athletes to profit off their likeness turns into a debate over gender identity. Plus, Facebook is rolling out $120 million dollars in an effort to localize v…
 
Tensions rise on the Senate floor as the chamber passes a voter purge bill. Then, we examine the roll community health centers are playing in bringing vaccines to the state’s under-served. Plus, in our Book Club, being black in Mississippi in “I Don’t Like the Blues: Race, Place and the Backbeat of Black Life.” Segment 1: Mississippians who vote oc…
 
The state’s largest historically black university teams up with a top health official to address community concerns about the coronavirus vaccine. Then, a “Ban the Box” criminal justice reform bill falls short in the Senate. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, HUD awards Mississippi nearly six million dollars to address homelessness. Segme…
 
Health officials update residents on the vaccine rollout. Then, second draw loans though the Paycheck Protection Program became available last month. We check in with the Bankers Association. Plus, ahead of a virtual panel examining and celebrating the history of the black church, we talk to Mississippi gospel icon. Segment 1: Mississippi residents…
 
After topping a quarter-million first doses, state health officials say the expect new vaccines will be available within a month. Then, a recent report reveals inmates with disabilities face dire circumstances in Mississippi prisons. Plus, the debate over how to rehabilitate Mississippi’s state parks intensifies in the senate. Segment 1: Mississipp…
 
Mississippi’s vaccine rollout is drawing attention from neighboring states as outside residents cross state lines to get shots. And the mayor of the capital city institutes a curfew in an attempt to curb crime. Then, we examine how Mississippi’s Hispanic communities have withstood the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, the Senate passes a teacher loan rep…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login