April 29, 2021

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ADBE Stock News: Adobe Signs ServiceNow To Its Business Data Platform

Digital marketing and analytics software maker Adobe (ADBE) has nabbed a big win for its real-time customer data platform. Adobe announced Tuesday that ServiceNow (NOW) has signed up to use its Adobe Experience Platform, which is part of the Adobe Experience Cloud. ADBE stock rose on Tuesday.




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ServiceNow will use a new business-to-business edition of the Adobe Real-time Customer Data Platform. Adobe announced the product at its annual Adobe Summit, which began Tuesday. The three-day conference is being held online for the second straight year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

ServiceNow, a digital workflow

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Here’s the prize money payout for each golfer at the 2021 Zurich Classic | Golf News and Tour Information

The team, the team, the team! It’s the mantra of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, where the tournament’s identity as the lone regular-season team competition on the PGA Tour gives it a cache all its own.

Come Sunday at TPC Louisiana, the team of Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith proved the strongest. After starting the day one-stroke back of Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel, the Aussies grabbed the lead on the front nine, gave it back on the back nine and then made an improbable birdie on the 16th hole to eventually force a playoff. On the first extra

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Replace Symantec Endpoint Protection on personal devices – UB Now: News and views for UB faculty and staff

After 20 years, UB is retiring Symantec Endpoint Protection anti-virus and firewall software this August. But faculty, staff and students can still keep their personal computers protected against viruses and identity theft: If you installed Symantec on your personal devices from the UBIT website, uninstall it and replace it with a reputable alternative.

For faculty and staff on UB-owned devices, no action is needed. Your departmental IT staff will migrate UB-owned devices to a new anti-virus solution before August.    If you have Symantec installed on a personally owned device, replace it with a safe alternative prior to Aug. 14 to

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Biden Announces International Climate Finance Plan | National News

President Joe Biden on Thursday announced a new climate finance plan during his two-day summit that seeks to boost funding for developing countries.

“Today we are issuing America’s first ever international climate finance plan,” Biden said at his virtual climate change summit. “This plan represents our vision for financing the global climate response in a coordinated way. It lays out specific steps that federal agencies of the United States will take to increase both the quality and quantity of climate financing.”

Under the plan, the U.S. aims to double its climate financing to developing countries by 2024 relative to the

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Online event to feature local veteran business owners | Local News

Local business owners once again will provide insight into their entrepreneurial journey next week as another installment of the Building Brilliance series takes place on Zoom.

Set for noon Wednesday, the event spotlights local entrepreneurs who are military veterans.

The event is the fourth installment in the Building Brilliance series. Started in November, the series is made possible through a partnership between Central Region Innovation and Commercialization Center, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and Hardin County Chamber of Commerce.

In the past, the series has highlighted Black entrepreneurs, female entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs.

“We’re trying to highlight diverse ways that

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Carney, Kerry Launch Global Finance Plan to Boost Climate Action | Top News

LONDON (Reuters) – UN climate envoy Mark Carney and U.S. peer John Kerry on Wednesday announced a new plan to boost efforts by the financial system to help move the global economy to net zero greenhouse gas emissions.

While many large banks, insurers and asset managers have started to commit to some form of action, the frameworks used can differ and some are not rooted in climate science or backed up by interim targets between now and 2050.

To help fix the problem, the new group – Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ) – will bring existing net zero

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