ClearOne Adds Classroom Functionality to COLLABORATE Space

first_imgClearOne has added new features to COLLABORATE Space, the company’s cloud collaboration platform. The new features include classroom functionality, multiple screen support and more.The new classroom functionality now found within COLLABORATE Space provides Q&A participation, giving each user electronic “hand raise” capability. There’s also new moderator control over audio and video for all participants, which can number up to 100. If needed, additional participants can be added to any classroom in increments of 100. The moderator also has the ability to transfer the “presenter” role to any participant during the session. Additionally, COLLABORATE Space now includes multi-display support for the moderator host of any conference. Up to 3 displays can be used – one for local participants, one for remote participants, and one for content sharing.Other features in the new version of COLLABORATE Space include everything for online meetings, including scheduling, messaging, integrated file sharing, whiteboarding, annotation, meeting minutes and more. It unifies multiple users, via audio and video, with the ability to make calls to landlines and mobile phones.COLLABORATE Space is an exceptional collaboration platform because users can create searchable, persistent private and public channels, organized by topic, which can include agendas, notes, messages, documents, whiteboards, audio and video recordings and more.You can learn more here.last_img read more

AWG appoints Director of Bulk Gas Sales

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Broncos’ Vic Fangio risks wrath of fans after “There is no racism in NFL” comments

first_imgLast Updated: 3rd June, 2020 18:09 IST Broncos’ Vic Fangio Risks Wrath Of Fans After “There Is No Racism In NFL” Comments Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio faced a major backlash from fans on social media after he claimed ‘there is no racism or discrimination in the NFL.” First Published: 3rd June, 2020 18:09 IST Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio seems to have stirred a social media controversy after claiming “I don’t see racism in the NFL.” The United States is currently reeling with the chaotic situation arising due to the unjust death of George Floyd – a 46-year-old African-American – in the hands of a police officer. NFL stars like Odell Beckham Jr, Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady have all spoken against racial injustice in the past few days. However, as per the Vic Fangio statement, the NFL does not suffer from discrimination.Also Read | ‘I Can’t Breathe’ Shirts Sported By NBA, NFL Stars In Support Of George Floyd ProtestsBroncos head coach Vic Fangio statement about racism in NFLSpeaking to CBS Denver via a Zoom call interview, Vic Fangio said, “I think our problems in the NFL along those lines are minimal. We’re a league of meritocracy. You earn what you get. You get what you earn. I don’t see racism at all in the NFL. I don’t see discrimination in the NFL.” The 61-year-old proceeded to make a bold claim that the current society should model itself based on an NFL franchise. Gee whiz Vic Fangio, I wonder why you don’t see racism and discrimination in the NFL.Can’t put my finger on it … 🤡— WHAT KIND OF FUCKERY IS THIS?! (@WKOFIT1) June 3, 2020 The Broncos head coach also weighed in on the George Floyd protests, condemning police officer Derek Chauvin, who is the main perpetrator in Floyd’s death. Chauvin was released by Minneapolis PD and was subsequently charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. “I was shocked, sad and angry when I saw what the policemen did to a handcuffed George Floyd on his stomach that led to his death,” Fangio added. “He should be punished to the fullest extent of the law for the crimes he has been charged with, in addition to being charged with treason for failing to uphold the badge of the uniform he was entrusted with.”The Broncos head coach further said the incident of police brutality was a one-off case as he claimed “98 to 99%” of the officers are great people, but the name of the entire force is dragged through the mud after actions of the “1 or 2%” of the men on duty. Also Read | AP Source: Broncos Decline 5th-year Option On Garett BollesHowever, the Vic Fangio statement did not go well with fans on social media. Fans accused Vic Fangio of acting oblivious to the various incidents of racism in the NFL like the ousting of quarterback Colin Kaepernick for his protests in 2016. Kaepernick opted against standing during the national anthem during the entirety of the 2016 NFL season as a sign of protest against racial injustice and police brutality.Ahead of the following season, Kaepernick became a free agent and has been away from the NFL ever since. While it was never confirmed, many publications claim Kaepernick’s NFL exit is a prime example of racism and how the hierarchy kept him away from the league due to his controversial nature. Also Read | Broncos, Raiders, Chargers Add Speed To Try To Catch ChiefsSocial media reactions to Vic Fangio statement about racism in NFL When Joe Judge gets a head coaching job over Bieniemy that should be enough for you to see the problem.If you can’t see that black coaches are overlooked in the NFL, you’re a fool.— Blake (@BroncoBlake89) June 2, 2020 WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Racism in NFL: Broncos Stop Football To Talk About Race Relations, George Floyd Protests Vic Fangio: “98 to 99 percent of the policemen are great people that perform a great service for minimal pay — it’s the 1 or 2 percent that have not been able to uphold the honor of the uniform that have gotten us into this place”— Andrew Mason (@MaseDenver) June 2, 2020 #VicFangio doesn’t see racism. What about Colin Kaepernick? People have to understand, racism only rears it’s head when Black people stop passively accepting the daily injustices that they face. As long as Black people accept their daily serving of injustice everything is good.— Michael Ashley (@Michael09283517) June 3, 2020center_img For comment let’s talk to all 16 Black NFL head coaches…I mean 8… I mean 4…oh there’s only 3 African-American head coaches (and one Latin) in the NFL? I guess someone need to tell Vic Fangio.— Kevin Lockett (@kevinlockett) June 2, 2020 Written By Vic Fangio is not smart.— Terry Biggs (@TeeBiggs) June 2, 2020 Vic Fangio: “I don’t see racism at all in the NFL…if society reflected an NFL team we’d all be great.” @CBSDenver— Michael Spencer (@MichaelCBS4) June 2, 2020 SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT Sujay Chakraborty LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more

Zinedine Zidane thinks Real Madrid are ‘ready’ for the Clasico

first_img Sport EN “The objective is to move above Atletico. Now we’re a lot closer. We have to have consistency in what we do. The attitude is fantastic, but sometimes we’re missing consistency across the whole game, although that’s part of football.” 21/03/2016 CET Los Blancos crushed Sevilla and now get the chance to avenge their 4-0 defeat by Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu earlier this season.  Zidane said: “Clasicos are always special. We have to keep improving and it was important to head into it with a victory. We’re ready, it’ll be a great game.”center_img Zinedine Zidane says Real Madrid are ‘ready’ for the Clasico in April. Upd. at 02:52 Of the win over Sevilla, he said: “I’m very happy with the game. We’ve had one of the best weeks in terms of training. This is the fruit of the players’ labour. We played one of the best games since I’ve been here. “Every game is different, I’m counting on every player until the end. Everyone is important. We can do great things playing like this and the players know that, but in football every game is different.last_img read more

John, Payne Earn Women’s Track and Field Athlete of the Week Honors

first_imgWomen’s Field Athlete of the Week – Demi Payne, Stephen F. AustinPayne set an NCAA record in the women’s pole vault at the Texas A&M Team Invitational Saturday, clearing 15-02.25 on her first attempt. The New Braunfels, Texas (New Braunfels H.S.), native blew by the field in College Station and nearly added to her NCAA record-setting flight, narrowly missing at 15-3 on her three allotted attempts. The Kansas transfer also claimed a world record in the pole vault with her historic jump Saturday. Combined with her father’s best jump as an All-American at Baylor, she is part of the best father-daughter combination all-time, passing the Russian duo of Alex and Liz Parnov. Demi and her father Bill hold a combined height of 34-5. Payne helped the Ladyjacks to a fourth-place finish out of nine teams at the meet. Each school’s sports information director nominates and votes for the athletes of the week, though is not permitted to vote for his or her own student-athlete. To receive honorable mention, an athlete must receive votes from 25 percent of the Southland sports information directors. FRISCO, Texas – Lamar junior Jannika John and Stephen F. Austin senior Demi Payne have been named the Southland Conference Women’s Track and Field Athletes of the Week, the league announced Wednesday. Honorable Mention: Gabriela Busquet, Houston Baptist; Alexia Fortenberry, New Orleans; Danielle Demas, Sam Houston State.center_img Honorable Mention: Rechelle Bessard, Northwestern State; Misha Frazier, Southeastern Louisiana. Women’s Track Athlete of the Week – Jannika John, LamarJohn took first place in the mile run Friday at the Texas A&M 13-Team Invitational, finishing more than 20 seconds ahead of the next competitor in a time of 4:46.75 to set a meet record and rank second in school history. The Furstenfeldbruck, Germany (Technische Universitat Munchen), native had her mile time place seventh in the nation and top in the Southland for that event. The junior also led the distance medley team to a first-place finish, setting a meet record and breaking Lamar’s record by almost two seconds as her team ranks seventh in the nation. John helped the Cardinals to finish third out of 12 teams at the invitational.last_img read more