Tuesday, April 12, 2016

This is how you can create your own job without any college nor degree certificate


The moment when you would like to utilize the power of your fustrated life after searching for several jobs in your country and still could not find. And that will be after all your colleages are highly paid. It does not make you a failure by not getting a job maybe after school or you were not able to graduate neither does it make you inferior. But remember Life gives you exactly what you demand of it so make sure you are not the one mentally rejecting the jobs even before the interview date. Some economies are not so perfect in terms of recruitment or job screenings. Things are always done per the normal way of selecting those that may seem to be more qualified yet they are not. Like I said earlier until you understand the power of fustration you will not see the importance of being fustrated any time it calls at your door. When you get fustrated and depressed you have to try still to be in charge of your brains so that you do not damage your virgin mind. After that you simply just need to get provoked. Yes that is all you need to do. Get provoked and try to mean it for a while. As you are provoked simply listen to your heard all the time and feel what madness could feel like. But keep listenning to yourself. Imagine a different world where you will be the one running out of workers and the urgent need to employ more people. Wealth is a feeling. You start from your immaginations which is the real world. Think wealth. Think health. Yes you get me right a man can be so rich yet he has never tasted the

Is 3D printing the holy grail of contemporary manufacturing? No it is not so keep your data safe.


In today’s complex manufacturing environment, trade secrets are stored in a diffuse manner. Some information is outlined in product-specification documents or CAD drawings , and some is included in equipment configurations. But much of this intellectual property is downright tribal knowledge that is stored in the heads of experienced engineers and managers.
To gain access to a company’s secret sauce, thieves must patiently collect trade secrets from a variety of sources as well as try to reverse engineer products through trial and error. But that hasn’t stopped product pirates. Too often, we’ve seen companies in emerging economies release products that are remarkably similar those that have already been developed. Lower-level manufacturing companies are most frequently the victims.
Enter the 3D printing boom
Advanced manufacturing remains viable in the United States and Europe due to the specialization and knowledge required. Advanced manufacturing often requires special equipment and either must be calibrated to the micron or the materials must be carefully mixed at a certain temperature or in a particular sequence. Until now, the role of 3D printing in manufacturing has been to make simple shapes for things like replacement parts. While we are beginning to see adoption of 3D printing for low-volume, specialized purposes, businesses have not yet embraced the technology on an industrial scale for higher-volume manufacturing.
Before you dismiss 3D printing’s potential, however, consider how few companies were using the Internet in 1994. A decade later, businesses had integrated the Internet into most of their operations. We believe that 3D printing has similar potential to transform business in the next 20 years. In fact, according to a PwC survey of US manufacturers , two of three companies are already adopting 3D printing in some way. In our survey, we estimated that the global 3D printer market will soar to $6 billion by 2017, from $2.2 billion in 2012. From the printing of jet engine parts to soccer cleats, the technology is being hailed by some as a revolution in how more and more products will be developed, produced, and even sold.
Why 3D printing is the perfect portal for cyberthieves
To realize the transformational benefits of 3D printing , you must encode the 3D printer with explicit instructions on how to design the product, including what materials to use, and when and how to use them. Today, intricate trade secret knowledge that took many years and millions of dollars to develop is typically scattered across the organization. As 3D printing is adopted, that information will be housed and concentrated in digital files that, like any other digital document, can be hacked.
Manufacturers considering adoption of 3D printing need to get a better handle on trade secret protection . Most lack an accurate inventory of trade secrets that are core to their competitive advantage. This is a problem for two reasons: First, the law affords trade secret protection to companies only if they treat them as such. It’s hard to demonstrate you’ve imposed heightened protections on your trade secrets if you don’t know where they are and how your employees are using them. Second, irrespective of legal concerns, recent experience has shown that nearly every company in every industry is vulnerable to a breach if targeted by advanced adversaries like nation-states.
Manufacturers need to take a focused approach to
protecting trade secrets. They need to know which information assets provide the most competitive advantage to their business today (and tomorrow), and then thoughtfully impose both advanced protections and careful monitoring throughout the value chain.
Like it or not, 3D printing provides the perfect portal for cyberthieves and exposes manufacturers to a level of risk that most are simply not prepared to deal with right now. The projected boom in 3D printing is a great reason for manufacturers to get serious about protecting their trade secrets today.
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