Innovation community groups

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    This group is a working technical group comprised of representatives from the RBCs and local authorities in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The group's aim is to support schools in understanding the technical landscape that faces them, ensuring standards across our regions and supporting each region by sharing technical knowledge. The group publishes technical papers which can be found on the advice page of the NEN website www.nen.gov.uk

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    Janet

    This site is for Janet customers in the London region and aims to provide a method of sharing information and ideas for our customers within London. Janet encourages you to interact with us through this group to share your ideas and current work so that others may benefit from your experiences and help inform the shaping of Janet services.

     

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    This working group is open to members of the TERENA community interested in planning, implementing, running and using CRM (customer relationship management) systems to support their daily work.

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    Janet

    At the request of the Research Councils UK e-Infrastructure group, Janet established a working group from 2013-2016 to support those providing and using e-infrastructure services in achieving an approach that both protects services from threats and is usable by practitioners. More detail about the group can be found in the Terms of Reference

    The Working Group published the following papers:

    E-infrastructures: Access and Security (summary paper) (Jan 16)Federated Authentication for e...
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    Please share your views!

    Have you got views on the future of research?

    Would you like to share your insights and input into the future direction of research e-infrastructure?

     

    The effective exploitation of the UK’s research e-infrastructure  - defined as “networks, data repositories, computers, software and skills” - by public and private sectors has been identified as a key element to increase UK innovation and growth. The E-...

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    IP Multicast is a bandwidth conserving technology that can reduce traffic by transporting single streams of information across the network backbone to regional and local distribution points where the data is replicated for simultaneous delivery to multiple users. Some applications that can take advantage of Multicast include videoconferencing, video serving and news distribution.

    An IPv6 Multicast Technical Guide is available.The updated IPv4 Multicast Technical Guide will be available in...
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    First Call for Papers for 2013 TERENA Networking Conference

    The Programme Committee for the 2013 TERENA Networking Conference (TNC2013) has issued a Call for Papers exploring the theme ‘Innovating Together’. The deadline for submission of papers is 30 November 2012.

    TNC2013 will be held in Maastricht, Netherlands, from 3 to 6 June 2013, hosted by SURFnet, the Dutch research and education networking organisation.

    Innovating Together

    Networks continue to...

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    The Euroglycoforum is a network of European Glycoscientists with the aim of promoting all aspects of Glycoscience

    We seek to improve training and knowledge of glycoscience at all levels by providing information about and

    financial support for  courses, workshops and summer schools

    We represent all areas of glycoscience

    We are looking to improve the visibility of Glycoscience and enhance its impact on society

    We represent all aspects of Glycoscience...