Exal & Arrive: 7 Op. Laborales…en Puerto Madryn (I) – @luisggiobio @arriverrhh


  • Ref. 01. Jefe de Producción


Con reporte jerárquico al Gerente de Planta, sus principales funciones serán: planificar y coordinar las tareas de programación y control a efectos de lograr los volúmenes de producción necesarios. Generará información estadística sobre los procesos de fundición, purificación, laminado, estampado, blasting de tejos y packaging.exal

Supervisará y controlará que se opere con seguridad las instalaciones, según los estándares de seguridad industrial y del trabajo. Participará en las pruebas de pre-operación de unidades para desarrollo, ingeniería de procesos y mejora continua.

Seleccionaremos un Ingeniero Industrial /Electromecánico con experiencia no menor a 5 (cinco) años en posiciones similares. Factores excluyentes: Experiencia en plantas industriales, con fuerte habilidad en relaciones interpersonales, Manejo y gestión operativa/administrativa de procesos de producción metalúrgicos, metalmecánicos, químicos, de montaje, Producción continua. Diseño y evaluación de líneas de conducción y bocatomas. Manejo de paquetes utilitarios de Microsoft Office, MS Project, Autocad y S10. Lean Manufacturing y Herramientas de gestión Mejora Continua, Factores deseables: Six Sigma, SMED, Procedimientos en laboratorio Físico, Químico de metales, Ensayos mecánicos y físicos de estructuras metálicas. Conocimientos y experiencia TPM.

  • Ref. 02. Jefe de Mantenimiento

Con reporte jerárquico al Gerente de Planta, sus principales funciones serán: Planear y coordinar las actividades de mantenimiento preventivo y correctivo de todos los equipamientos, sistemas de control y redes de distribución de servicios, gas natural, gas argón, aire comprimido, potencia, redes eléctricas de media y baja tensión, agua potable, agua de uso industrial, y la infraestructura electromecánica. Controlar el stock de materiales, repuestos, herramientas y suministros diversos del Almacén, para la ejecución de las actividades.

Seleccionaremos un Ingeniero Industrial/Mecanico/Electromecánico con experiencia no menor a 5 (cinco) años en posiciones similares. Manejo de paquetes utilitarios de Microsoft Office. Inventor, CATIA, Autocad, S10, MS Project, SIGO, SCADA Diseño y evaluación de Redes de Agua y Desagüe, equipos mecánicos, prensas neumáticas, sistemas térmicos, sistemas de generación, Media-Baja tensión, equipos de potencia, sistemas de carga, etc. Manejo y control de equipos y herramientas. Conocimiento y experiencia en TPM.

En todos los casos se requiere: Excelente capacidad analítica. Fuerte orientación a resultados. Muy buen manejo de relaciones interpersonales.

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5 alternativas en software libre a aplicaciones que usamos a diario (II)


Bitelia.com

Esta mañana Marilín nos mostró alternativas en software libre para gestionar proyectos, un interesante ejemplo que nos muestra que el software libre es una alternativa real y solvente a muchos de los paquetes de software privativo que estamos acostumbrados a ver en las empresas y que, a veces, parece que son la única opción, por ejemplo, para realizar un diagrama de Gantt con la planificación de un proyecto. Cuando hablamos, hace algún tiempo, de la migración a software libre comentamos que nos encontramos en un período muy propicio para contemplar esta alternativa puesto que, bien planteada, nos puede ayudar a reducir costes en licencias y, además, alargar los plazos de amortización de nuestro parque de ordenadores.

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A la hora de usar software libre no es obligatorio utilizar un sistema operativo basado en Linux, de hecho, no es extraño encontrar entornos mixtos de funcionamiento en el que aplicaciones en software libre conviven con otras privativas en, por ejemplo, un equipo con sistema operativo Windows instalado. Cada organización es particular y aunque no siempre las “recetas” son estándares a aplicar en cualquier entorno, hay una serie de aplicaciones que son de uso común y prácticamente todo el mundo suele utilizar a diario y que, por inercia, solemos recurrir a soluciones en software privativo que pueden cargar en exceso, por ejemplo, los costes de arranque de una startup.

No hace mucho dedicamos algunos minutos a hablar, precisamente, de 5 alternativas en software libre a aplicaciones que usamos a diario y, aunque alguien pueda pensar que LibreOffice está muy por detrás de Microsoft Office, realmente, para un uso medio es una interesante alternativa que ya se usa en el Gobierno de Francia y, por ejemplo, en España el Esquema Nacional de Interoperabilidad regula el uso de estándares abiertos en los documentos que las Administraciones Públicas pongan a disposición de los ciudadanos.

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Gracias a  geekets.com por compartir a diario su contenido!
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Microsoft Office 365, nueva herramienta para universitarios

Microsoft lanza Office 365

Microsoft Office 365  es un servicio de suscripción que incluye aplicaciones de Microsoft para crear y editar documentos, así como espacio de almacenamiento en la Nube e incluso, tiempo de llamadas en Skype.

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Conoce las diferencias entre Windows 7 y Windows 8

Diferencias entre Windows 7 y Windows 8

Hoy les diremos las diferencias entre Windows 8 y Windows 7, las cuales pueden ser consideradas a la hora de cambiar o conservar el sistema operativo de sus equipos.

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Hey, It’s Microsoft Office 15!


By HARRY MCCRACKEN | @harrymccracken | http://techland.time.com

Office 15

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Uh Oh: Microsoft Is Unhappy with OnLive Desktop

As ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley is reporting, the Windows maker has blogged about OnLive Desktop and OnLive Desktop Plus, and its stance seems to be that by offering server-hosted Windows and Office to anyone who signs up, OnLive is violating Microsoft’s software licensing agreements:

We are actively engaged with OnLive with the hope of bringing them into a properly licensed scenario, and we are committed to seeing this issue is resolved.

I don’t have a stance on whether OnLive Desktop should be kosher under Microsoft’s licensing arrangements. But it would sure be a shame if legal issues knocked the service off the market. I assume that its creators gave thought to questions of licenses before they launched it — and I hope they have a backup plan in place that will keep it going no matter what.


OnLive Desktop

HARRY MCCRACKEN / TIME.COM

OnLive Desktop turns Windows 7 into a speedy Web service that runs on iPads and Android tablets. It’s both an impressive technical feat and just plain useful. But at least one Windows expert isn’t so thrilled with it: Microsoft>>> Leer más “Uh Oh: Microsoft Is Unhappy with OnLive Desktop”

LinkedIn integrated with Windows Live, Facebook chat hits Hotmail

LinkedIn contacts are linked to their corresponding Windows Live contacts, enabling existing Windows Live features such as picture tagging and the e-mail address book to include data from LinkedIn. LinkedIn status updates will now be visible in Messenger, just like existing MySpace and Facebook contacts. And just as with those status updates, comments posted from Windows Live will be visible in LinkedIn. Users can also update LinkedIn status from within Messenger, the natural counterpart to the ability to see contacts’ statuses.

Connecting Windows Live profiles to LinkedIn is available immediately. Visibility of LinkedIn contacts in Hotmail has started rolling out already, and will be available worldwide in the next three weeks.
Hotmail

Speaking of Hotmail, there are more updates coming since the first Wave 4 revamp.

Facebook chat support is already coming to Messenger on the desktop and Messenger on the iPhone. Now it’s coming to the web-based Messenger in Hotmail too. The Messenger desktop application is already one of Facebook’s most-used applications; Hotmail integration is likely to further increase the number of people accessing Facebook’s features through Microsoft’s products.


By Emil Protalinski | //arstechnica.com

Microsoft has started rolling out multiple updates for the web services complementing Windows and Office. Over the last few months, the software giant has been regularly updating these services, but the number of features just announced implies today’s releases are not a coincidence.
Office

First up we have Office Web Apps, which Microsoft says reached the 20 million user mark (across the US, UK, Canada, and Ireland) in the 100 days or so since its launch. In addition to bug fixes and performance and reliability improvements, Office Web Apps are now available in seven more European countries.

The biggest new feature is that it’s now possible to embed public Excel and PowerPoint documents on your blog or website. Embedded Excel workbooks are automatically updated when they’re updated in Excel on the desktop, while embedded PowerPoint presentations can be viewed in full-screen mode with all the animations and transitions.

The Excel Web App is now supported on mobile devices, joining Word and PowerPoint. The PowerPoint Web App now has an Insert Clip-Art function that grabs photos and illustrations from Office.com’s image library.

Finally, files, there’s now a new “Open in [Office app]” available for jumping into Microsoft Office directly from the online file browser.
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Secondly, Windows Live has announced a new partnership with business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn. Leer más “LinkedIn integrated with Windows Live, Facebook chat hits Hotmail”

A Guide to Choosing an Internet Based Fax Service [shortlisted the top 5 services]

Although most people have switched to email, there are those rare occasions when you have to send signed documents with your written signature and a fax just seems like an appropriate solution then.

You don’t need a dedicated fax machine any more as there are quite a few good web based services, both paid and free, that let you send and receive faxes using your computer itself without requiring any extra hardware. You don’t need a “fax modem” or even your traditional landline phone to send a fax via the computer.

How Internet Faxing Works?

Most online fax services work in a similar way. They give you a dedicated fax number and any fax message that’s sent to that number is forwarded to you as an email attachment. Alternatively, if you want to send a fax from your computer to another fax machine, you can send your document as an email attachment to the online fax service who in turn will forward it to the recipient’s fax machine.


send fax from computerAlthough most people have switched to email, there are those rare occasions when you have to send signed documents with your written signature and a fax just seems like an appropriate solution then.

You don’t need a dedicated fax machine any more as there are quite a few good web based services, both paid and free, that let you send and receive faxes using your computer itself without requiring any extra hardware. You don’t need a “fax modem” or even your traditional landline phone to send a fax via the computer.

How Internet Faxing Works?

Most online fax services work in a similar way. They give you a dedicated fax number and any fax message that’s sent to that number is forwarded to you as an email attachment. Alternatively, if you want to send a fax from your computer to another fax machine, you can send your document as an email attachment to the online fax service who in turn will forward it to the recipient’s fax machine. Leer más “A Guide to Choosing an Internet Based Fax Service [shortlisted the top 5 services]”

Sync and Manage Google Docs with Memeo Connect 2.0

Memeo Connect, an app for managing and sycing Google Docs across multiple devices, got a significant upgrade earlier this week.

The app is targeted at small and medium-sized businesses as a means to create, share, edit and manage Google Docs both online and offline.

Version 2.0, which was in beta for eight weeks, features advanced document filtering, Google-powered document search, among other updates to the app’s UI and functionality. One major addition to the product is GDrive, a Dropbox-esque virtual disk drive for exchanging and storing large files in the cloud.


By John Paul Titlow

memeo-logo.png Memeo Connect, an app for managing and sycing Google Docs across multiple devices, got a significant upgrade earlier this week.

The app is targeted at small and medium-sized businesses as a means to create, share, edit and manage Google Docs both online and offline.

Version 2.0, which was in beta for eight weeks, features advanced document filtering, Google-powered document search, among other updates to the app’s UI and functionality. One major addition to the product is GDrive, a Dropbox-esque virtual disk drive for exchanging and storing large files in the cloud. Leer más “Sync and Manage Google Docs with Memeo Connect 2.0”

The Tragic Death of Practically Everything

Microsoft, Firefox, Facebook, the Mac–they live on in our hearts.

Harry McCracken

Wired Editor in Chief Chris Anderson is catching flack for the magazine’s current cover story, which declares that the Web is dead. I’m not sure what the controversy is. For years, once-vibrant technologies, products, and companies have been dropping like teenagers in a Freddy Krueger movie. Thank heavens that tech journalists have done such a good job of documenting the carnage as it happened. Without their diligent reporting, we might not be aware that the industry is pretty much an unrelenting bloodbath.

Here’s a moving recap of some of the stuff that predeceased the Web. Warning: You may need a handkerchief.

Internet Explorer, as you’ll recall, died in 2004.


Microsoft, Firefox, Facebook, the Mac–they live on in our hearts.

Harry McCracken

Wired Editor in Chief Chris Anderson is catching flack for the magazine’s current cover story, which declares that the Web is dead. I’m not sure what the controversy is. For years, once-vibrant technologies, products, and companies have been dropping like teenagers in a Freddy Krueger movie. Thank heavens that tech journalists have done such a good job of documenting the carnage as it happened. Without their diligent reporting, we might not be aware that the industry is pretty much an unrelenting bloodbath.

Here’s a moving recap of some of the stuff that predeceased the Web. Warning: You may need a handkerchief.

Internet Explorer, as you’ll recall, died in 2004.

In 2005, the Macintosh suffered a trauma which inevitably led to its death earlier this year.

Linux absolutely, positively died in 2006.

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Are You Happy?

Yesterday on Typcut, I posted up my second design. This time a collaboration with David Meiklejohn of Budget Fabulous Films, whom I met while in Ann Arbor for Forth From Its Hinges. I originally came across a diagram David created using what looked like Microsoft Office 97, which asked the question above and illustrated a simple process for evaluating what may be the most important question one could ever want to answer.
I instantly saw the potential for my design style to make this concept pop, I wanted to give it identity and form, a playful context that also attracts the eye.



Are You Happy?  By Alex / HeadUp and David Meiklejohn

Yesterday on Typcut, I posted up my second design.  This time a collaboration with David Meiklejohn of Budget Fabulous Films, whom I met while in Ann Arbor for Forth From Its Hinges.  I originally came across a diagram David created using what looked like Microsoft Office 97, which asked the question above and illustrated a simple process for evaluating what may be the most important question one could ever want to answer.
I instantly saw the potential for my design style to make this concept pop, I wanted to give it identity and form, a playful context that also attracts the eye. Leer más “Are You Happy?”

Microsoft rolls out gigantic security update

Microsoft’s regularly scheduled security update is getting a bit more than its typical once-over this morning, as it patches 34 different problems, tying the record for the most vulnerabilities ever tackled in one of the company’s standard updates.

Of course, the vast majority of the updates are classified as low risk, meaning they weren’t necessarily a big threat but still deemed as a stability problem for Microsoft applications.

Fourt of the patches, though, are deemed extremely critical and relate to errors in Windows coding that could be exploitable for a hacker to take over an infected user’s computer. These vulnerabilities specifically relate to:

– Microsoft’s MPEG Layer-3 audio codecs was not protected against specific code that could be exploited through streaming Internet content


Mark Raby

Microsoft‘s regularly scheduled security update is getting a bit more than its typical once-over this morning, as it patches 34 different problems, tying the record for the most vulnerabilities ever tackled in one of the company’s standard updates.

Of course, the vast majority of the updates are classified as low risk, meaning they weren’t necessarily a big threat but still deemed as a stability problem for Microsoft applications.

Fourt of the patches, though, are deemed extremely critical and relate to errors in Windows coding that could be exploitable for a hacker to take over an infected user’s computer. These vulnerabilities specifically relate to:

– Microsoft’s MPEG Layer-3 audio codecs was not protected against specific code that could be exploited through streaming Internet content Leer más “Microsoft rolls out gigantic security update”

11 free open-source apps your small business can use now

Whatever your platform, you can find free and open-source software to help your business

By Katherine Noyes
August 6, 2010 06:00 AM ET

PC World – Despite the wealth of free applications out there, many small business owners continue to spend an inordinate amount of their all-too-scarce resources on software. Microsoft Office 2010? That’ll be $499.99 — or $279.99 if you can do without the Professional version. QuickBooks 2010? $159.95 or more. Adobe PhotoShop CS5? A whopping $699.

The good news is that there are free and open-source alternatives for virtually every package a small business might need, and most of them are excellent. Whether or not you’ve already made the switch to Linux — there are, after all, myriad security and other reasons for doing so — these free apps can be just what any small business needs to succeed.


Whatever your platform, you can find free and open-source software to help your business
By Katherine Noyes
August 6, 2010 06:00 AM ET

PC World – Despite the wealth of free applications out there, many small business owners continue to spend an inordinate amount of their all-too-scarce resources on software. Microsoft Office 2010? That’ll be $499.99 — or $279.99 if you can do without the Professional version. QuickBooks 2010? $159.95 or more. Adobe PhotoShop CS5? A whopping $699.

The good news is that there are free and open-source alternatives for virtually every package a small business might need, and most of them are excellent. Whether or not you’ve already made the switch to Linux — there are, after all, myriad security and other reasons for doing so — these free apps can be just what any small business needs to succeed. Leer más “11 free open-source apps your small business can use now”

Prepare for Record Patch Tuesday

By Tony Bradley, PC World

Next Tuesday Microsoft will unleash 14 new security bulletins, addressing a record-tying 34 vulnerabilities. In the wake of the out-of-band patch issued for the Windows shortcut security flaw, and with an upcoming out-of-band patch from Adobe as well–IT admins need to a plan of action for implementing the deluge of updates.

Issuing 14 security bulletins in one month is a new one, but the record of patching 34 different flaws is not so uncommon any more. This is the third or fourth time that has occurred in just the past year. Microsoft has experienced a feast or famine flow of updates with virtually no security bulletins one month, followed by a massive batch of security bulletins the next. Microsoft has also had an unusual number of out-of-band patches this year to address attacks against zero-day vulnerabilities.

Wolfgang Kandek, CTO of Qualys, provides a brief analysis of the upcoming Microsoft patches on his blog. “Including the LNK update, 9 bulletins have a rating of critical and affect all version of the Windows OS, Internet Explorer, Silverlight and Microsoft Office.”

However, Kandek goes on to clarify that “Windows 7 and 2008 R2 have a smaller number of critical vulnerabilities than Windows XP and 2003 in function of their improved security architecture, but are still affected by 2 critical vulnerabilities each.”


By Tony Bradley, PC World

Next Tuesday Microsoft will unleash 14 new security bulletins, addressing a record-tying 34 vulnerabilities. In the wake of the out-of-band patch issued for the Windows shortcut security flaw, and with an upcoming out-of-band patch from Adobe as well–IT admins need to a plan of action for implementing the deluge of updates.

Issuing 14 security bulletins in one month is a new one, but the record of patching 34 different flaws is not so uncommon any more. This is the third or fourth time that has occurred in just the past year. Microsoft has experienced a feast or famine flow of updates with virtually no security bulletins one month, followed by a massive batch of security bulletins the next. Microsoft has also had an unusual number of out-of-band patches this year to address attacks against zero-day vulnerabilities.

Wolfgang Kandek, CTO of Qualys, provides a brief analysis of the upcoming Microsoft patches on his blog. “Including the LNK update, 9 bulletins have a rating of critical and affect all version of the Windows OS, Internet Explorer, Silverlight and Microsoft Office.”

However, Kandek goes on to clarify that “Windows 7 and 2008 R2 have a smaller number of critical vulnerabilities than Windows XP and 2003 in function of their improved security architecture, but are still affected by 2 critical vulnerabilities each.” Leer más “Prepare for Record Patch Tuesday”

Yep, Microsoft still makes more than Apple (and Dog Daze)

By Richi Jennings

Despite dire predictions, Microsoft’s Q4 results show that its revenues and profit are bigger than Apple’s. The two companies’ stock prices don’t seem to reflect that, but whoever said the market was that simple? The Windows, Office, and server businesses each had a barnstorming final quarter, which may ease the pressure on Steve Ballmer. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers show us the money.

Your humble blogwatcher selected these bloggy morsels for your enjoyment. Not to mention Obama’s dog flies solo?..
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Image by The Master Shake Signal via Flickr

By Richi Jennings

Despite dire predictions, Microsoft’s Q4 results show that its revenues and profit are bigger than Apple’s. The two companies’ stock prices don’t seem to reflect that, but whoever said the market was that simple? The Windows, Office, and server businesses each had a barnstorming final quarter, which may ease the pressure on Steve Ballmer. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers show us the money.

Your humble blogwatcher selected these bloggy morsels for your enjoyment. Not to mention Obama’s dog flies solo?..
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