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BUDGET PERFORMANCE FOR THE BIENNIUM 2004-2005 AS AT 30 JUNE 2005 : SUBSIDIARY BODY FOR IMPLEMENTATION, 23RD SESSION, MONTREAL, 28 NOVEMBER TO 6 DECEMBER 2005 : NOTE / BY THE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Within the 18 month period, 27,876,000 web pages and documents were viewed by 1,626,000 persons in 4,100,000 visits. 45. (...) Thirty-two country profiles that summarize information for individual Annex I countries, based on their national communications and in-depth review reports, were prepared and posted on the UNFCCC web site. (...) A document was prepared with options for developing a web-based tool on policies and measures. 68.
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Score: 931073.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2005/13&Lang=E
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Status of INFOCAP Development and Contributions The pilot phase of the INFOCAP web site was launched in July 2003. Over 89 Points of Contact have been designated and nearly 600 data entries have been made and are now listed on the INFOCAP web site A formal review of INFOCAP was recently undertaken by the INFOCAP Steering Group, in order to provide an assessment of the use and effectiveness of the network. (...) This includes identification of a permanent host for INFOCAP with respective political commitment and sustainable financial resources. Based on the results of this review, the Forum Standing Committee has recommended several changes to INFOCAP, as follows: Operational Structure: There must be a substantial change in the operational structure of INFOCAP:: · Development of a "portal" structure, with an advanced, targeted search mechanism. · Continuation of the current web-based platform (repository/database for information), in particular, to support NGOs and developing countries who do not have their own web sites/information exchange mechanisms.
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Score: 930910.9 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/saicm.../recommendations_from_IFCS.doc
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To  support  our  portfolio  and  other  open  source  companies,   we  interviewed  12  companies  and  leaders  in  the  industry  to  identify  successful  business  models  that  are   profitable.               1  A  software  licensing  and  delivery  model  in  which  software  is  licensed  on  a  subscription  basis  and  is  centrally  hosted.   It  is  sometimes  referred  to  as  "on-­‐demand  software"  SaaS  is  typically  accessed  by  users  using  a  thin  client  via  a  web   browser.   (...) In  a  SaaS  model,  the  software  is  cloud-­‐based  and  the  company  hosts  software   on  its  infrastructure  and  delivers  it  via  the  Internet.   (...) Web  companies  prefer  open  source  technology   because  of  their  ability  to  contribute,  modify  and  ensure  it  keeps  up  with  the  demand  for   performance,  scale,  security  and  other  factors  that  are  a  priority  for  web  companies  –  this  is  not   feasible  with  proprietary  technology.     10   Open  source  licenses  open  a  significant  client  base  from  government  and  international   organizations:     Companies  that  open  source  their  products  have  the  opportunity  to  work  with  public   institutions  including  some  of  the  United  Nations  agencies  and  government  agencies   who  prefer  to  use  open  source  technology  for  the  procurement  of  products  and   services,  for  operational  use  and  when  selecting  external  partners  and  beneficiaries  to   receive  funding.  
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Score: 930693.75 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...0Source%20Business%20Model.pdf
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WHO | Alliance launches new enhanced Members & Partners web section Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums Alliance launches new enhanced Members & Partners web section The Alliance has a broad base of members and partners. (...) Partners provide support and collaborate with the Alliance members and the Secretariat. This section of the web site provides profile pages for each of the Members and Partners, featuring general information on the organizations, specific mentions of their work in the area of HRH and links back to their web sites. (...) Browse the Alliance Members profiles You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Media centre News releases 2009 Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 930425.3 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...dia/news/2009/memberlaunch/en/
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DRAFT GUIDANCE FOR REPORTING ON GLOBAL CLIMATE OBSERVING SYSTEMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Obtain information useful to detect climate change, determine the rate of change and assist in attributing the causes of change; FCCC/SBSTA/1999/13/Add.2 Page 5 Many details of the IOS can be found at http://www.wmo.ch/web/gcos/gcoshome.html 2 3. Provide observations to determine climate forcing resulting from changing concentrations of greenhouse gases and other anthropogenic and natural causes; 4. (...) To facilitate integration of national reports to provide information on the state of the global oceanographic observing systems, the Party’s report might include information FCCC/SBSTA/1999/13/Add.2 Page 9 See http://www.wmo.ch/web/gcos/pub/topv2_1.html# contents for a general outline of terrestrial observations8 requirements. (...) FCCC/SBSTA/1999/13/Add.2 Page 10 The GCOS Plan for Space-based Observations, Version 1.0, June 1995 (GCOS-15) is available at12 http://www.wmo.ch/web/gcos/publist2.html#plan while GCOS space-based observations requirements can be found by specifying GCOS as the user in http://sat.wmo.ch/stations/_asp_htx_idc/Requirementsearch.asp Questions to consider could include: Are the data being exchanged internationally?
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Score: 929036.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CCC/SBSTA/1999/13/ADD.2&Lang=E
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USING XML AND WEB SERVICES IN THE MANAGEMENT AND SHARING OF STATISTICAL DATA AND METADATA : INVITED PAPER : SUMMARY / SUBMITTED BY ORGANIZATION FOR ECONOMIC COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD)
GE.05-30126 CES/AC.71/2005/21 (Summary) Page 2 · Exchange of national accounts data between the OECD and Member countries: The aim of the NAWWE project is to establish a Web-based mechanism for exchange of XML files containing national accounts data; · Joint UN/OECD World Trade Database: XML and Web services underpin the replication of international trade data between OECD (Paris) and UN (New York); · Joint IMF/OECD Technical Collaboration Project: This project involves the practical use of Web services to modernise the on-going exchange of datasets between the two organizations. 3. The paper additionally describes initiatives involving use of emerging technology standards such as Scalable Vector Graphics -- a graphics file format and Web development language based on XML -- for generation of graphical outputs for both printed and online publication. 4. (...) A "toolkit" will be presented, aimed at facilitating implementation of "consumer" Web services for accessing data and metadata in the Organisation’s statistical warehouse, OECD.Stat via its "provider" web service. -----
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Score: 928581.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../AC.71/2005/21(SUMMARY)&Lang=E
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DRAFT REPORT : COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION, 24TH SESSION, 22 APRIL-2 MAY 2002
Several speakers, including one on behalf of a large group, noted that the Spanish language was second to English in terms of accesses on the web site. It therefore followed that the Department must make special efforts to enhance the Spanish web site. (...) Action 1 called for replicating all materials on the English web site in the other language sites. Action 2 would allow the web sites to develop independently in each language on the basis of the resource capacities of author departments and offices, and was being recommended for approval. (...) The Department provided the clarification that, in terms of the structure of web site management in the Department, there was an equitable distribution of resources in web site management, while programming and design were common among the languages.
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Score: 928564.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/AC.198/2002/L.2&Lang=E
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The announcement is made on UNESCO web page, through various bioethics networks associated with UNESCO, and social networks. The host institution also announces the course through its communication tools. (...) READING MATERIALS The core reading materials for ETTC participants are available free of charge from UNESCO web site (www.unesco.org/bioethics):  Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights  Bioethics Core Curriculum, Section 1: Syllabus.
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Score: 927991.1 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ertrainingcoursebrochure_1.pdf
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• GMI (Global MSF Interoperability) – Tests interoperability in real-world network deployment scenarios • Multi-site (Europe, North America, Asia) • Multi-protocol • End-End calls/sessions – provides deployment feedback on key interfaces • to vendors • to carriers • to SDO’s • Biennial Events – GMI 2002, 2004, 2006 & 2008 10 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum MSF Certification Programme • RTCP certification – Based at Iometrix lab in Paris (see www.msforum.org/techinfo/certification.shtml) 11 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum Scope & Focus of GMIs • Focus of GMIs: Reflective of the “state of the industry” 1st GMI 2002: Gateways & Softswitches 2nd GMI 2004: SIP Servers 3rd GMI 2006: adoption of IMS 4th GMI 2008: adds IPTV, Policy-based QoS (TISPAN RACS/NASS), Location-based services, SOA (web/IMS services) 12 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 Event – Where/When • Held on 20 – 31 October 2008 • 5 inter-connected Host Sites – British Telecom/Vodafone (Ipswich, UK), – Verizon (Waltham, MA, US), – China Mobile (Beijing, China), – National Communication System (NCS) (Chantilly, VA, US) & – University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) (Durham, NH, US) • Host sites are non-Vendor locations • Vendor equipment must be in a host lab 13 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 – Interconnect Network Virtual Private Network (VPN) - IPsec tunnels - PSK encryption with common key - Dynamic Routing Primary Doman Name  Server (DNS) - Dynamic Host  Control Protocol  (DHCP) Server - Jabber Server - Merlin Server Backup Doman Name  Server (DNS) 14 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 – Addressing Issues • IPv4 addressing design – Private “Network 10” range used with blocks given to vendors in each host site – All participants also given a public Class C IP address for remote management purposes • E.164 numbering plan – All participants given a block of E164 numbers, with country code of host site location, pre-allocated area codes and a block of subscriber numbers • SIP URI domain allocation – All participants allocated a unique domain string based on vendor and host lab 15 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 - Participants • Acme Packet • Alcatel-Lucent • Codenomicon • Empirix • Fujitsu • Huawei Technologies • Ixia • JDSU • Motorola • MuDynamics • NEC • Nokia-Siemens Networks • Nortel • OSI • Sonus • Spirent • Starent Networks • Tekelec • Tektronix • Telchemy • TELES • ZTE Corporation 16 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 Event – Physical Scenarios Six physical scenarios in 2008: • Scenario 1 – End-End Session Control Includes nomadicity. (...) Broadband, 3GPP, WIMAX, 3GPP2 & TD-SCDMA access technologies plus PSTN, non-IMS SIP. • Scenario 2 - End-End Session Control with QOS Builds upon scenario 1 adding in ETSI TISPAN RACS/NASS, 3GPP/WIMAX PCRF. • Scenario 3 – IPTV Two sub-scenarios: • 3a – IMS-based IPTV • 3b – ‘ATIS IIF’-based IPTV • Scenario 4 – Location Based Services Location based routing, privacy enforcement. • Scenario 5 – SOA (Services-oriented Architecture) Combination of web based services & IMS (SOA Parlay-X gateway) • Scenario 6 – Management Management of IPTV Set-Top Boxes and collection of IPTV related statistics. 17 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 Event – Implementation Agreements (IAs) • 43 in total • Endorsements of ETSI TISPAN & 3GPP specifications • Protocols: SIP, SIP-I, DIAMETER, H.248 • See: http://www.msforum.org/interoperability/GMI2008_IA_List_FINAL.pdf http://www.msforum.org/interoperability/GMI2008_IA_List_FINAL.pdf 18 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 Event – Test Numbers • 87 test cases / 429 sub-test cases Physical scenario: – In S1 due to distinguishing between different access types, home/visited registration, set-up/cleardown. – In S2 due to distinguishing between different access types) – In S3A due to IPTV M1/M2 – In S5 due to sub-tests for Send message / Get message) – In S6 due to different diagnostic options 19 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 – Test Management Tool • MSF Event Recording Log in 2008 (MERLIN) • Developed by UNH-IOL • Test scheduling & Results recording tool (uses UTC given the different time zones) • Test case configuration: enables vendors / elements to be specified for a given test • Results uploaded as PCAP traces against elements (PCAP = packet capture; de-facto standard file type of network traffic tracing tools) • Guidelines for results recording • Number of access levels to ensure privacy/integrity 20 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 – Event Procedures • Schedule pre-planned – but reviewed daily and modified as needed • First two days intra-site, then focus on inter-site (where possible/applicable) • Neutral Event Monitors oversee testing and upload PCAP files (as provided by vendors) to MERLIN 21 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 – MERLIN Schedule Statistics • All 429 possible tests defined • About 1400 events scheduled 22 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 - IMS-based IPTV • MSF IAs are based on ETSI TISPAN TS 183 063 (IMS-based IPTV – Stage 3), • Testing concentrated at Verizon lab 23 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum MSF & ATIS IIF (IPTV Interoperability Forum) - GMI 2008 Partnership • ATIS (Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions) and the MSF have signed exclusive partnership to collaborate on IP TV aspects of GMI 2008 • Additional GMI 2008 test plans written – “Scenario 3b” – Authentication & initialisation of CPE – Validation of QoS Metrics outlined in ATIS specifications • Potential to expand / enhance partnership – Subject to future discussion… • First time MSF has formally partnered with major SDO 24 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 –Results (1) • 686 total tests run (661 passed, 25 failed) • 194 tests run inter-site (28%) • 183 of 429 tests run (43%) • 181 of 183 covered tests passed 25 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum GMI 2008 –Results (2) Physical scenarios: • S1 – calls involving all access types, local/remote registrations, intra/inter-site sessions • S2 – QoS tests completed to WIMAX, 3GPP, 3GPP2 & broadband accesses • S3A – Majority of tests passed – 1st IMS-based IPTV interop • S3B – About half ATIS IIF IPTV tests passed • S4 – Disappointing – too early for implementations • S5 – SOA API tests for 3rd party call control, audio call & presence completed • S6 – Remote IPTV STB management, off-line billing & VoIP performance management tests completed 26 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum MSF GMI 2008 Whitepaper • Whitepaper published and available at http://www.msforum.org/interoperability/02- MGS81044-MFS_Whitepaper.pdf http://www.msforum.org/interoperability/02- 27 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum 2009 Programme Drivers • Carrier driven focus to ensure real-world relevance • Respond to member need with more frequent but more narrowly focussed MSF testing events • Increase focus on the production of meaningful test plans given that maturing architecture & protocols are increasingly less contentious • Keep a future GMI 2010 event as a long term target but review in the light of success of interim test events • Build appropriate relationships with other SDOs (e.g. ATIS, ETSI). • 2828 Copyright 2008: MultiService Forum MSF EPS Interop Event - March 2010 • MSF EPS Interoperability Event will be hosted in March 2010 by Vodafone Test and Innovation Centre, Düsseldorf, Germany & CMCC in Beijing • Deployment of EPS and proving supporting open interfaces is a high priority for many operators (e.g.
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Score: 927472.95 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/26/T06260000020034PDFE.pdf
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INTEGRATION OF UNITED NATIONS INFORMATION CENTRES WITH FIELD OFFICES OF THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME : IMPLEMENTAION OF THE VIEWS OF HOST GOVERNMENTS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
That report was partly based on the results of a survey questionnaire sent to 14 Governments hosting integrated United Nations information centres, inviting them to comment and make suggestions on any aspect of the integration experience. 2. (...) The Department of Public Information and the office of the United Nations resident coordinator jointly funded a 2 A/AC.198/2001/4 project to supply computer equipment to several universities and public libraries in that country to enable them to access the United Nations web site and the library of the United Nations information centre. (...) The Director, with the support of the Department, has strengthened cooperation with media organizations in the host country and established a United Nations web site
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Score: 927127.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=A/AC.198/2001/4&Lang=E
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