Automox Expands Functionality and Reach with Remote Control and New Global Partnership

Product and distribution momentum set to fuel international growth Boulder, Colo, Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Automox®, the cloud-native IT operations provider, today announced general availability of its remote control feature, offering global IT teams advanced troubleshooting capabilities from a single cloud-native console. Remote control is a powerful tool for IT teams everywhere. IT […]

Product and distribution momentum set to fuel international growth

Boulder, Colo, Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Automox®, the cloud-native IT operations provider, today announced general availability of its remote control feature, offering global IT teams advanced troubleshooting capabilities from a single cloud-native console.

Remote control is a powerful tool for IT teams everywhere. IT administrators often face a mountain of device-related issues daily, ranging from email account errors, password resets, and devices that won’t update, to processes that drain device resources. Without the ability to perform an in-depth investigation directly on the device, providing a fix generally requires significant time from IT teams and multiple tools.

With remote control, IT admins can gain immediate access to end-user devices to troubleshoot issues directly. The functionality was developed in-house by Automox’s product team to help IT teams quickly address a wide array of common endpoint issues.

“While our customers usually just set up Automox and let it run, we found that many of our customers occasionally need more hands-on capability with their endpoints to help with troubleshooting or user assistance.  It was a straightforward and natural step to add in remote control capabilities,” said Corey Bodzin, Senior Vice President of Product.  “Our customers can now use a single intuitive console to manage and troubleshoot all of their endpoints.”

Automox’s in-console remote control gives IT operations teams two major advantages:

  • Teams can quickly and easily access and troubleshoot remote devices for employees anywhere in the world to provide quick fixes to update issues, configuration problems, and more.
  • Teams can consolidate their toolset for simplicity and cost savings by combining patching, configuration, and troubleshooting into a single easy-to-use platform.

On the heels of its remote control release, Automox also announced further momentum into international markets with its inclusion in Orchestra, an IT channel sales distribution partnership led by QBS Software and global investor Insight Partners. Automox is one of five hypergrowth software companies to be included in the international launch, which focuses its preliminary distribution in the UK and Germany.

“This is an exciting opportunity for Automox, along with some of our fast-growing peers in the software industry, to continue to build on our international community of customers,” said Stefan Schweizer, Vice President of International Sales. “With new added functionality in our platform, our positioning is better than ever to empower fast and easy IT operations anywhere in the world.”

To learn more about Orchestra, visit here.

To learn more about remote control and troubleshooting with Automox, visit here.

About Automox

Automox is the cloud-native IT operations platform for modern organizations. It makes it easy to keep every endpoint automatically configured, patched, and secured – anywhere in the world. With the push of a button, IT admins can fix critical vulnerabilities faster, slash cost and complexity, and win back hours in their day. Join thousands of companies transforming IT operations into a strategic business driver with Automox. Learn more at : www.automox.com or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, or Instagram.

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Justin Talerico
Automox
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press@automox.com

Prime Minister reiterates resolve to further deepen Pakistan-UK cooperation

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has reiterated the resolve to further deepen Pakistan-UK cooperation across multiple sectors including trade, investment, security, defence, culture and people-to-people linkages.

He was talking to UK’s Deputy Leader of Labour Party, Angela Rayner who called on him in Islamabad today (Tuesday) along with Member of House of Lords Lord Wajid Khan.

The Prime Minister said Pakistan, despite contributing less than one percent of the global carbon emissions, remains one of the countries most affected by the climate change.

He thanked the UK Government for its 16.5 Million pounds of humanitarian assistance provided to Pakistan.

Lord Wajid informed the Prime Minister that British Pakistanis are greatly engaged in the relief and rehabilitation efforts for fellow Pakistanis who had been adversely affected by the recent floods.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Khar calls for climate change survival plans for Pakistan’s flood-hit population

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar has underlined the need for comprehensive plans to equip the people in Pakistan to help them cope with future impacts of climate change.

In her virtual address from Islamabad to the event on an upscale UN Flash Appeal for Pakistan floods held in Geneva, she said it is the collective responsibility of Pakistan and the world to provide assistance to the people affected by the country’s massive flash floods.

She mentioned the ‘resilience and endurance’ of the people in the flood-hit areas and said that efforts needed to be converged on their rehabilitation.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Harassment of Female Visitors and Drug Peddling Commonplace in Attock Jail

A report from Punjab Home Department’s Provincial Intelligence Center (PIC) has unearthed a plethora of crimes occurring at the District Jail Attock.

According to the report, crimes like harassment of female visitors, bribery, and drug peddling have become commonplace in jail.

Furthermore, prison staff is directly involved in delivering drugs to inmates via female visitors. The report continued to state that the current drug trafficking system operates freely and makes all types of narcotics easily accessible at high costs.

In addition, prisoners who have been tasked with carrying out their duties at the jail’s dining hall free themselves by paying Rs. 5,000 per month to prison officials, forcing poor inmates into fulfilling those duties.

Also, low medicine supply force the inmates to purchase medicine from outside, which is difficult for the underprivileged prisoners. Additionally, officials also take bribes to allow visitors to come to the facility regardless of the specified meeting time.

In fact, wealthy visitors are often permitted to hold an in-person meeting in the Deputy Superintendent of Police’s (DSP) room by paying a bribe of up to Rs. 10,000. Moreover, prisoners are also allowed to order food from outside after paying bribes.

In this regard, PIC has ordered a high-level investigation and has directed female police officers to closely monitor female visitors.

Source: Pro Pakistani

Moore Nanotechnology Systems Opens Global Training and Process Development Center in Charlotte, North Carolina

SWANZEY, N.H., Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Moore Nanotechnology Systems (“Nanotech”), a leading global supplier of ultra-precision machining systems, announces the grand opening of their Global Training and Process Development Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mark Boomgarden, President and CEO of Nanotech shared, “Nanotech is very excited to announce the grand opening of our […]

SWANZEY, N.H., Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Moore Nanotechnology Systems (“Nanotech”), a leading global supplier of ultra-precision machining systems, announces the grand opening of their Global Training and Process Development Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Mark Boomgarden, President and CEO of Nanotech shared, “Nanotech is very excited to announce the grand opening of our Global Training and Process Development Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Although the initial focus of this facility is to provide customer-specific training and industry-leading process development, it also provides Nanotech incremental production capacity to meet the demands of a rapidly growing market.”

Nanotech purchased and recently completed the upfit of a 50,000 ft2 building located in the Northpark Corporate Park – Charlotte, NC.

Nanotech’s core technology and employee base is in Swanzey, New Hampshire, and this foundation is fundamental to the products and services in which they provide. But as the organization continues to grow, Nanotech needed to find an ecosystem to help foster and accelerate this growth, and the Charlotte region allows Nanotech access to a world-class university, an international airport, and a city with the infrastructure to support a global footprint.

Robert Keynton, Dean of Engineering at UNC Charlotte added, “One of the advantages of having Nanotech expand their facilities here in Charlotte is that it strengthens our collaborations and our relationship, to include the hiring of our students.” Keynton continued, “But it also enables them access to the cutting-edge research our faculty are doing and to incorporate that knowledge into their systems.”

Nanotech continues to see significant growth as the requirements for optical systems become more and more complex and evolve from both real to virtual applications. The knowledge and process development required to support the manufacturing of these systems has also dramatically increased.

Scott Gerhart, Vice President Nanotech Sales and Service commented “Training and application support are fundamental to our product and service offerings, and in today’s markets, are expected by our customers.” Gerhart continued, “Because of this, our business depends on hiring the top talent available in the ultra-precision machining world. The students that are coming out of the Precision Manufacturing and Metrology Programs at UNC Charlotte are extremely well-prepared for the kind of roles we need to be successful at Nanotech.”

Paul Vermette, Vice President of Engineering stated, “As our customer’s continue to advance their in-house capabilities to meet the industry’s demanding product requirements, Nanotech continues to stay 1 to 2 generations ahead of the curve.” Vermette continued, “Our 5-year product & technology roadmap is built with customer input, which when combined with our internal investments, provides Nanotech the required strategic direction to achieve these goals.”

This new Nanotech facility is located at 6510 Northpark Blvd in Charlotte – fifteen minutes from both Uptown and Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The facility was renovated in 2022, to include the buildout of Class 10k cleanrooms, sitting on 24-inches of concrete isolation pads, and temperature control to +/- 0.1 degrees C. Additionally, the facility was upgraded to include temperature controlled high-bay manufacturing space, and a state-of-the-art training complex to support customer engagement.

Moore Nanotechnology Systems (Nanotech) was founded in Keene, New Hampshire in 1997 as a stand-alone subsidiary of the Moore Tool Company. In 2010, the company relocated into a modern, purpose-built facility in Swanzey, New Hampshire and in 2020 opened a facility in Concord, North Carolina. For over 25 years, Nanotech has been a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of state-of-the-art ultra-precision machine tools and associated processes (single point diamond turning, micro-milling, micro-grinding and glass press molding) for the production of advanced optical components in consumer electronics, space, defense, aerospace, lighting, medical and automotive sectors. Moore Tool, founded in 1924 and located in Bridgeport, Connecticut, has a long history in the precision and ultra-precision machine tool markets. Today, Moore Tool provides a complete line of high-performance CNC jig grinders, along with contract precision-manufacturing services certified to both ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D. Moore Nanotechnology Systems and Moore Tool are vertically integrated under the PMT Group.

Moore Nanotechnology Systems: www.nanotechsys.com
Moore Tool, Inc: www.mooretool.com

For further information, please contact: sales@nanotechsys.com

Export Compliance Training Institute Hosts Live Seminar Series on ITAR, EAR and OFAC Export Controls in Tel Aviv, Israel

Learn the Impact of ITAR, EAR & OFAC Controls on Non-U.S. Companies, Affiliates and Transactions CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI), a leading provider of U.S. export controls compliance training for businesses, organizations, governments, and universities/research institutions, is pleased to present its upcoming live seminar series in […]

Learn the Impact of ITAR, EAR & OFAC Controls on Non-U.S. Companies, Affiliates and Transactions

CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Export Compliance Training Institute (ECTI), a leading provider of U.S. export controls compliance training for businesses, organizations, governments, and universities/research institutions, is pleased to present its upcoming live seminar series in Tel Aviv, Israel in January 2023.

“Export controls are complex, and the rules change frequently,” said Scott Gearity, President of ECTI. “We have found that live, in-person seminars provide both novice and experienced export compliance professionals with the latest and most comprehensive instruction on compliance with U.S. export regulations, as well as unique opportunities for in-depth discussions with instructors and peers. Attendees leave with a solid understanding of export control rules and timely knowledge of recent changes.”

The upcoming live export compliance seminars in Tel Aviv will be held from January 16 through January 19, 2023. Topics to be covered include:

  • International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) Controls on Non-U.S. Transactions Seminar, January 16 and 17.
  • Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and Office of Foreign Assets Controls and Embargos (OFAC) Controls on Non-U.S. Transactions Seminar, January 18 and 19.

Participants can attend both seminars for an in-depth education on export control regulations administered by the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury as they apply to non-U.S.-based companies who use or resell U.S.-origin products, components or technology, as well as non-U.S.-located affiliates, parents, and subsidiaries of U.S. companies.

ECTI’s popular live seminar series are led by Gearity, a recognized expert in the field of export compliance with deep experience in corporate compliance programs. Instructors for the January seminar are all active export industry practitioners and include, Scott Gearity, President of ECTI and Timothy P. O’Toole, Esq., member of the law firm of Miller & Chevalier Chartered, in Washington D.C.

All ECTI instructors strive to stay current on U.S. export controls, and ECTI updates training content with the latest information as rules and regulations change. As a result, ECTI’s seminars are kept fresh, updated, and accurate to help organizations remain compliant.

For more information about these seminars or other programs in ECTI’s live seminar and webinar schedule, please visit https://www.learnexportcompliance.com/live-events/. You also can contact ECTI at +1-540-433-3977 or info@learnexportcompliance.com for more information.

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540-433-3977