ShareFile for Android


Supported Localization: German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, Dutch, Russian and Portuguese.


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Scan to ShareFile

Install

Please download and follow the installation guide linked at the top of the this article.

Scan to ShareFile with ScanSnap

Place the content in your Fujitsu and scan the item. Initiate the scan. ScanSnap will show the scanning process and present its menu. Select Scan to ShareFile.

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If ShareFile does not appear in the list of Favorites, please make sure your device drivers are up to date.

When selecting Scan to ShareFile for the first time you will be prompted to grant the integration access to your ShareFile account. Enter your ShareFile credentials and click the Sign In button.

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ScanSnap will remember your ShareFile authorization and you will not be prompted for your login information again. Once authentication is complete, you will be presented with a list of your folders. You may rename your scanned item, as well as unlink your account if you wish.

Next, choose the folder where you wish to store the document to be scanned. You may click the caret beside the root-level folder to open it. To open a subfolder in order to select a folder within, double-click the subfolder name. You may also create a new folder from this menu by clicking the Create Folder button. The New Folder menu will appear. Once you have chosen the folder you wish to upload your scanned file to, click Upload.

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Once the upload is complete, you will be shown a message confirming upload success.

Scan to ShareFile with Canon P-215ii

Place the content in your Canon P-215ii. Open the Canon CaptureonTouch software that came with your device. Select Scan to ShareFile, then click Scan.

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If ShareFile does not appear in the list, please make sure your device drivers are up to date.

When the scan is complete, you will be prompted to grant the integration access to your ShareFile account. Enter your ShareFile credentials and click the Sign In button.

Once authentication is complete, you will be presented with a list of your folders. You may rename your scanned item, as well as unlink your account if you wish.

Next, choose the folder where you wish to store the document to be scanned. You may click the caret beside the root-level folder to open it. To open a subfolder in order to select a folder within, double-click the subfolder name. You may also create a new folder from this menu by clicking the Create Folder button. The New Folder menu will appear. Once you have chosen the folder you wish to upload your scanned file to, click Upload.

Once the upload is complete, you will be shown a message confirming the upload was successful.

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Intel’s PoET (Proof of Elapsed Time) Blockchain Consensus Algorithm

Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET) Consensus Algorithm

In recent times, leading microchip manufacturer, Intel has been working on its proprietary consensus protocol, known as Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET). The new standard is an integral component of the Hyperledger Sawtooth blockchain framework and is used to provide enclave in Intel’s Software Guard Extensions (SGX).

The primary goal of the PoET protocol is to maximize the utilization of resource while facilitating the efficient consumption of energy resources. Moreover, this standard leverages a fair lottery system to ensure the continued efficiency of the entire process. While PoET is substantially promising, consumer reception is difficult to ascertain as of now.

PoET: An Exciting Concept

Currently, consensus algorithms are developed on a regular basis. This makes it exciting to check on the new releases regularly. As of now, the market is dominated by two protocols, namely Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Work. These two standards are an integral component of the world’s top two virtual currencies, Ethereum and Bitcoin, respectively. Nonetheless, this duopoly is likely to subside in the near future, if the increasing number of new consensus methods is anything to go by.

Irrefutably, PoET is among the standout protocols that are competing with Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS). The concept of PoET was inaugurated two years ago by Intel, a renowned electronic microchip manufacturer. Back then, most people questioned the development of the protocol, since the company had no precedent of creating such products. However, its integration into the more massive Hyperledger Sawtooth project justified its establishment.

How It Works

Similar to the Proof-of-Work model used by Bitcoin, PoET aims to achieve a fair consensus. The difference between these two is that PoET uses energy resources efficiently as compared to its alternative. This is accomplished by replacing Bitcoin’s cryptographic puzzle with an algorithm that tones down or hibernates the mining hardware, thus consuming less power.

Fundamentally, the PoET protocol is based on the appointment of distributing leaders amongst the members of the ecosystem. The cost of regulating the election process must be proportional to its potential returns. Therefore, individuals who desire to contribute to this project are required to invest a substantial amount of money, as well as time. Furthermore, the legitimacy of every election must be validated by each member of the community.

Surprisingly, PoET will leverage the new, cutting-edge software that is compatible with all categories of computer processors, including typical low-end devices. Theoretically, this implies that every computer owner across the globe can participate in the PoET community. Moreover, the efficient power consumption of this standard is likely to enhance the public’s interest further.

The Intel website has a detailed technical explanation of the working mechanism of the PoET protocol, including its applicability in real-life situations. As mentioned earlier, PoET is a component of the Hyperledger Sawtooth, a blockchain platform that offers the base for the development of distributed ledger projects. Nevertheless, certain individuals perceive Hyperledger as a centralized platform because Intel entirely operates it. To this end, plans are underway to modify the platform to align with requirements of decentralization.

Intel is a prominent brand in the computing world, as it is a crucial supplier of electronic microchips to established corporates such as HP, Dell, Lenovo, and many others. The development of the innovative PoET concept is a brilliant move, albeit being somewhat unexpected.

Its outstanding features, power efficiency, and compatibility will require most computers, are likely to contribute significantly to the mass adoption of this consensus algorithm. Besides these advantages, the PoET protocol regulates and quickens the consensus process to ensure continuous profits, a factor that guarantees the continuity of the project.

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Re: NDMP-Backup Error >> Failed to propagate handle; TimeOut after inactive

hello COmmunity,

After switching to a new backup server and a platform change from Linux to Windows, we get errors in certain processes when backing up NDMP file systems

suppressed 138 bytes of output.

.144324:nsrndmp_save: Adding attribute *policy workflow name = eNAS-VDM-016

.144324:nsrndmp_save: Adding attribute *policy action name = backup

.06/18/18 07:52:22.821430 NDMP Service Debug: The process id for NDMP service is 0x5a670b0

42909:nsrndmp_save: Performing DAR Backup..

83320:nsrndmp_save: Performing incremental backup, BASE_DATE = 44478769945

42794:nsrndmp_save: Performing backup to Non-NDMP type of device

174908:nsrdsa_save: Saving the backup data in the pool ‘dd3 enas’.

175019:nsrdsa_save: Received the media management binding information on the host ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’.

174910:nsrdsa_save: Connected to the nsrmmd process on the host ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’.

175295:nsrdsa_save: Successfully connected to the Data Domain device.

129292:nsrdsa_save: Successfully established Client direct save session for save-set ID ‘2854701209’ (eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2) with Data Domain volume ‘enas_001’.

42658:nsrdsa_save: DSA savetime = 1529301142

85183:nsrndmp_save: DSA is listening for an NDMP data connection on: 10.109.130.100, port = 8912

42952:nsrndmp_save: eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2 NDMP save running on ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’

84118:nsrndmp_save: Failed to propagate handle 0000000000000000 to C:Program FilesEMC NetWorkernsrbinnsrndmp_2fh.exe child process: Das Handle ist ungültig. (Win32 error 0x6)

84118:nsrndmp_save: Failed to propagate handle 0000000000000000 to C:Program FilesEMC NetWorkernsrbinnsrndmp_2fh.exe child process: Das Handle ist ungültig. (Win32 error 0x6)

accept connection: accepted a connection

42953:nsrdsa_save: Performing Non-Immediate save

42923:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Error: Medium error

42923:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Warning: Write failed on archive volume 1

42617:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Log: server_archive: emctar vol 1, 93 files, 0 bytes read, 327680 bytes written

42738:nsrndmp_save: Data server halted: Error during the backup.

7136:nsrndmp_save: (interrupted), exiting

— Job Indications —

Termination request was sent to job 576172 as requested; Reason given: Inactive

eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2: retried 1 times.

eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2 aborted, inactivity timeout has been reached.



Strangely, these messages do not occur on all file systems, but rather randomly.

Does anyone know this error message and knows where the problem lies? The evaluation of the Celerra logs has so far revealed nothing.

Best Regard

Cykes

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B3i confirms switch away from blockchain to R3’s Corda

The Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative (B3i) has announced a platform switch away from Hyperledger Fabric’s blockchain to Corda, an open source distributed ledger product created by New York-headquartered technology firm R3.

B3i LogoThe decision comes following a report by B3i Services AG that reviewed open source blockchain technologies against the B3i enterprise platform strategy.

The report focused on critical success factors of data privacy, scalability, interoperability and developer productivity. It was concluded that the Corda platform offers the best blockchain solution available.

B3i referenced Corda’s strong reputation, technologies and standards in prompting the switch and expects a full integration of Corda nodes in the professional and compliant IT environments used by its clients.

Markus Tradt, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at B3i, commented, “The Corda platform offers the optimal solution in the market to deliver the B3i roadmap and our industry-wide insurance blockchain ecosystem. We are very excited to continue our work with the Corda team.”

CTO at R3, Richard Gendal Brown, added, “We are delighted that B3i has selected Corda as its preferred platform and our engineering team is looking forward to working closely with the excellent team at B3i to bring their innovative solutions to market.”

The switch had been rumoured in technology circles for some time and sees B3i coming into line with other financial market giants that have elected to develop their systems on top of R3’s Corda distributed ledger platform.

However, the R3 platform Corda is not technically considered to be a traditional blockchain platform by many technologists, although it is considered a distributed ledger, although this is splitting hairs and semantics, as operationally many of the technological concepts in use remain the same. R3 explained the difference in this article.

Previously, B3i had been developing its products using the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain platform.

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NDMP-Backup Error >> Failed to propagate handle; TimeOut after inactive

hello COmmunity,

After switching to a new backup server and a platform change from Linux to Windows, we get errors in certain processes when backing up NDMP file systems

suppressed 138 bytes of output.

.144324:nsrndmp_save: Adding attribute *policy workflow name = eNAS-VDM-016

.144324:nsrndmp_save: Adding attribute *policy action name = backup

.06/18/18 07:52:22.821430 NDMP Service Debug: The process id for NDMP service is 0x5a670b0

42909:nsrndmp_save: Performing DAR Backup..

83320:nsrndmp_save: Performing incremental backup, BASE_DATE = 44478769945

42794:nsrndmp_save: Performing backup to Non-NDMP type of device

174908:nsrdsa_save: Saving the backup data in the pool ‘dd3 enas’.

175019:nsrdsa_save: Received the media management binding information on the host ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’.

174910:nsrdsa_save: Connected to the nsrmmd process on the host ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’.

175295:nsrdsa_save: Successfully connected to the Data Domain device.

129292:nsrdsa_save: Successfully established Client direct save session for save-set ID ‘2854701209’ (eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2) with Data Domain volume ‘enas_001’.

42658:nsrdsa_save: DSA savetime = 1529301142

85183:nsrndmp_save: DSA is listening for an NDMP data connection on: 10.109.130.100, port = 8912

42952:nsrndmp_save: eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2 NDMP save running on ‘bkpmgmnt01.sis.net’

84118:nsrndmp_save: Failed to propagate handle 0000000000000000 to C:Program FilesEMC NetWorkernsrbinnsrndmp_2fh.exe child process: Das Handle ist ungültig. (Win32 error 0x6)

84118:nsrndmp_save: Failed to propagate handle 0000000000000000 to C:Program FilesEMC NetWorkernsrbinnsrndmp_2fh.exe child process: Das Handle ist ungültig. (Win32 error 0x6)

accept connection: accepted a connection

42953:nsrdsa_save: Performing Non-Immediate save

42923:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Error: Medium error

42923:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Warning: Write failed on archive volume 1

42617:nsrndmp_save: NDMP Service Log: server_archive: emctar vol 1, 93 files, 0 bytes read, 327680 bytes written

42738:nsrndmp_save: Data server halted: Error during the backup.

7136:nsrndmp_save: (interrupted), exiting

— Job Indications —

Termination request was sent to job 576172 as requested; Reason given: Inactive

eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2: retried 1 times.

eNAS1-DM-01:/root_vdm_9/VDM-16_fs2 aborted, inactivity timeout has been reached.



Strangely, these messages do not occur on all file systems, but rather randomly.

Does anyone know this error message and knows where the problem lies? The evaluation of the Celerra logs has so far revealed nothing.

Best Regard

Cykes

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