California Department of Parks and Recreation Selects Envision Solar EV ARC(TM) Solar Charging Stations

SAN DIEGO, CA—(Marketwired – February 27, 2018) – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewably energized EV charging, outdoor media and energy security products company, announced that the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation will deploy its EV ARC™ products to provide emissions–free EV charging. The first EV ARC™ products will provide workplace charging at the agency's Bay Area District Office and public charging for park visitors at Natural Bridges State Park in Santa Cruz.

The California Department of Parks and Recreation chose EV ARC™ products because of their ease of installation and the 100% emissions–free driving delivered by the units using clean solar energy. The EV ARC™ units will align perfectly with the department's mission by helping to preserve the state's extraordinary biological diversity, protecting its most valued natural and cultural resources, and creating opportunities for high–quality outdoor recreation.The unit will allow park users, employees, and fleet vehicles to plug in and drive on sunshine in remote locations and/or where circuit deficiencies exist. The agency also appreciates the freedom to move EV ARC™ EV chargers when necessary to optimize usage.

“The California Department of Parks and Recreation is the latest agency to recognize the benefits of driving on sunshine with our EV ARCs,” said Envision Solar CEO, Desmond Wheatley. “We are delighted to be working with them and look forward to enabling cleaner, green, impact–free charging infrastructure for them in the future.”

With over 340 miles of coastline, 970 miles of lake and river frontage, 15,000 campsites, and 4,500 miles of trails, the State Park System provides wonderful recreational, educational, and inspirational opportunities for over 67 million visitors a year. As the number of EVs on California's roads grows, there will be an increasing requirement for the unique benefits offered by the EV ARC™ off–grid charging solution in these remote locations. Envision Solar considers Parks and Recreation agencies in California and across the US as likely areas of significant future growth.

Invented and manufactured in California, the EV ARC™ fits inside a parking space and generates enough clean solar electricity to power up to 225 miles of EV driving in a day. The system's solar electrical generation is enhanced by EnvisionTrak™ which causes the array to follow the sun, generating up to 25% more electricity than a fixed array. The energy is stored in the EV ARC™ product's energy storage for charging day or night, and to provide emergency power during grid failure. Because the EV ARC™ product requires no trenching, foundations or installation work of any kind, it is deployed in minutes and can be moved to a new location with ease. EV ARC™ products are manufactured in the company's San Diego facility by combat veterans, individuals with disabilities, and other minority demographics and highly talented, mission–driven team members.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.
Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, is a sustainable technology innovation company whose unique and patented products include the EV ARC™ and the Solar Tree® with EnvisionTrak™ patented solar tracking, SunCharge™ solar Electric Vehicle Charging, ARC™ technology energy storage, and EnvisionMedia solar advertising displays.

Based in San Diego, the company produces Made in America products. Envision Solar is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol [EVSI]. For more information visit www.envisionsolar.com or call (760) 420–6569.

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IoT and GDPR: Microshare Announces Data Convergence That Pits the Bold Against the Cautious

PHILADELPHIA, PA—(Marketwired – February 26, 2018) – The European Union's forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will reshape the rules of data management and raise both the cost of complying with laws governing people's personal data and the risks and considerable financial liabilities involved in mishandling it. The rule has implications across the corporate spectrum, from the general counsel's office, to chief revenue officers (CROs), corporate strategy groups, chief security officers (CSOs), chief information officers, to the developers' suite. Microshare's new white paper, available at: https://microshare.io/2018/02/22/iot–and–gdpr–a–data–convergence–that–pits–the–bold–against–the–cautious/ is particularly focused on GDPR's implications on the vast streams of data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) which will be particularly vexing due to its volume, the disparate nature of its sources, and the lack of common standards across IoT networks. GDPR and other regulatory and security initiatives will complicate efforts to store, analyze, share and sell IoT data, a problem that threatens to undermine bullish forecasts about the potential size of the IoT data market. The advent of IoT will require new thinking with regard to data management and ownership, which currently assumes data has a single owner and that data transactions involve two parties (or three, if the regulator is included). This cozy concept — the norm since the start of the information economy — is being overturned by the speed, quantity, portability and diffuse demand for the valuable information now generated by billions of new IoT sensors. Yet with the right mix of standards, privacy and compliance controls, context, and auditable micro–contracts, a sharing economy fed by the powerful firehose of IoT can flourish and transform digital business models even in the age of GDPR. Microshare, uniquely, exists between the IoT networking layer and the standards–free edge, precisely the right place to ensure data is shared with only the right people and at the right time and under the proper circumstances.

The regulatory environment for IoT — like the security environment — is immature and shot through with contradictions. Technology focused businesses, like nature, abhor a vacuum. But they abhor regulations even more, even when the establishment of some standards might clarify the risk factors and lead to an accelerating expansion of use cases and market adoption. Such is the case today with GDPR and IoT. Europe has devised a characteristically burdensome set of regulations around the capture and uses of data generated by citizens of the European Union, the world's largest and wealthiest economic market. The penalties for violating GDPR provide Brussels' regulators with the stick they need to make an example out of companies that stumble early on. This combination, along with recent aggressive actions by the EU's anti–trust Commissioner Margrethe Vestager targeting Google, Amazon, Qualcomm and others, will lead some corporate decision makers to advise caution and may slow adoption of IoT for fear of inadvertently violating GDPR's strict privacy rules.

This is understandable. A steady drumbeat of doom — and invitations to webinars and other free forums to stoke these fears — emanate from the world's largest law firms and consultancies ever since GDPR's May 2018 deadline was first aired. This has general counsels and other risk–averse corporate actors convinced that an aggressive IoT data business model is akin to Dante's crossing of the River Styx. This kind of legal hyperventilation no doubt will inflate retainers for the firms who will be called upon by general counsels to provide outside assessments of innovative new data sharing business models. And, of course, legal opinions must be obtained whenever the regulatory ground shifts. But C–suite decision makers would be well advised to take some of this with a grain of salt. Similar warnings surrounded the 2015 conclusion of the so–called “Safe Harbor” [i]framework negotiated by the US and EU regarding the transfer of data across jurisdictional lines. This was said to be a 'digital Armageddon' for US corporates with significant interests inside the EU's borders. In practice, it merely clarified the rules of the road, updated best practices in data transfer, and probably ended some abuses at the margins.

GDPR represents a far more ambitious and fundamental change in the regulatory landscape. And, as previously noted, it coincides with a rapidly expanding new eco–system in IoT that stands to revise conventional assumptions about digital business models as comprehensively as anything since the development of the World Wide Web itself.

Happily, as with the Internet itself, technological solutions exist to help corporate strategists and data managers navigate these tricky new currents. Cloud providers offer rudimentary storage and curation options that may work for the simplest use cases. But more sophisticated business models will need a more granular and responsive data management approach to avoid triggering GDPR and other privacy red flags. Microshare's approach to the leveraging of IoT data ensures complete control and instant auditability. We turn the torrents of undifferentiated data that IoT sensors have unleashed into permissioned, annotated, contextualized, and compliant packets, before that data is ever offered to multiple third–party owners that require something more robust. Sometimes the best way to avoid mistakes is to do nothing. At Microshare, we have a better idea: Do everything, just do it right from the start.

Click here for the complete Microshare white paper: https://microshare.io/2018/02/22/iot–and–gdpr–a–data–convergence–that–pits–the–bold–against–the–cautious/

About Microshare:

Microshare.io provides a highly scalable data management solution for the Internet of Things, enabling data storage and controlled access whilst maintaining privacy, security, confidentiality and applying context through a ready–built single API. The solution can be used as a cloud service or embedded inside a more complete offering. Microshare has offices in Philadelphia, New York, and in the United Kingdom.

New Survey Reveals That Workers Rank Human Interaction and On-Demand Video Highest Among Workplace Learning Methods

WATERLOO, ON—(Marketwired – February 13, 2018) – Global learning technology leader D2L today announced the results of a survey conducted by Wainhouse Research, which uncovered workplace learning preferences among 2,000 of today's knowledge workers. The survey reveals that, in some areas, youngest and oldest workers surprisingly have similar preferences when it comes to workplace learning.

The study found that out of nine different learning methods,[1] coaching and mentoring appeals most to the oldest (50+ years old) and youngest learners (21–25 years old) out of all age groups. In fact, a substantial proportion of the youngest group value human interactions even more highly than some of their older colleagues, which runs contrary to the prevailing view that younger workers prefer to do everything online. Learners of all ages also expressed interest in all nine learning methods surveyed, which reinforces the necessity of offering a blended learning approach as part of Learning and Development programs.

“This study reveals what methods are best across different age groups, but ultimately shows that using a mix of learning methods will benefit organizations the most,” said Charles Denault, Senior Analyst at Wainhouse Research. “Organizations can benefit from offering both in–person training and online learning with modern tools like D2L's Brightspace, and should begin to strategize how to leverage the preferences and skills of each age group to create the right programs for their employees.”

Finding the right blend of learning methods in the workplace

Out of nine possible learning methods, instructor–led training (ILT), short–clip video, and coaching and mentoring are the top three learning approaches cited by respondents. Younger workers (aged between 21 and 32) rate live ILT, short–clip videos, coaching or mentoring and conversations with SMEs as their top preferences. However, in general, respondents under 50 score ILT significantly lower than those 50 and over. Short–clip video ranks similarly across all age groups, though older learners demonstrate slightly less interest. Informal conversations with SMEs ranks highest with youngest learners (21 to 32 years old).

“Organizations have much to gain by finding the right mix of online learning and in–person interaction in their learning programs,” said Jeremy Auger, CSO of D2L. “Brightspace Capture is a standout tool in this regard, helping organizations facilitate the range of methods workplace learners say they prefer the most. By making it simple to capture, edit and share live or on–demand video of learning sessions and presentations, organizations can provide access to learning materials according to workers' preferences with ease – helping to create a more engaging, convenient and flexible learning experience that supports improved productivity and performance.”

Other key findings of the report include:

  • As age increases, informal conversation with an SME becomes less of a top priority. Yet counter to expectations, the 50+ group shows greater interest in informal conversation with SMEs than those in mid–career.
  • Short–clip video is the second–most preferred approach to learning for those who are mid–career (33 to 49), behind only ILT.
  • Nearly half of the youngest workers (21 to 32) strongly agree that they have the skills to create a video good enough to share with others at work, while 12 percent of those aged 50 or above rate their own skills in this way.

Wainhouse Research conducted the survey of 2,004 knowledge workers in October 2017 to gauge use, deployment, and perceptions of web communications and learning technology platforms. Within that survey, Wainhouse fielded a set of questions specifically related to the preference for learning methods as well as specific applications within enterprise learning.

Additional Information

  • To learn more about the study, visit https://www.d2l.com/resources/webinars/employees–want–build–strategy–modern–learning/.
  • Find out more about how D2L transforms learning at https://www.d2l.com/enterprise/.

ABOUT BRIGHTSPACE

D2L's Brightspace is a cloud–based learning platform that makes learning easy, flexible and smart. Brightspace is not like a traditional Learning Management System (LMS) – it is easy to create engaging courses and content, integrate video, personalize learning, capture and share expertise across the organization, and supports all mobile devices. Plus, Brightspace enables the future of learning with adaptive learning, intelligent agents, course interactives, full support for competency–based learning and world–leading learning analytics. Our clients report improved productivity, performance growth, lower turnover of employees, greater engagement and ultimately better business outcomes.

ABOUT D2L
D2L believes learning is the foundation upon which all progress and achievement rests. Working closely with organizations globally, D2L has transformed the way millions of people learn online and in the classroom. Learn more about D2L for schools, higher education and businesses at www.D2L.com.

Twitter: @D2L

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All D2L marks are trademarks of D2L Corporation. Please visit D2L.com/trademarks for a list of D2L marks.

[1] Live Instructor–led Class/In–Person or Virtual Classroom; Coaching or Mentoring in–person or via video or web; On–demand short clip videos; Self–directed (Online search or browse); Simulations or computer–based training; Informal conversation with a subject–matter expert; Online collaborative workspaces including discussions and sharing of documents/videos; On–demand recording of class; Books, trade journals or written materials.

Darwin Deason, Xerox's Third-Largest Shareholder, Seeks, for the Benefit of All Xerox Shareholders, to Enjoin Xerox/Fuji Transaction and Joint Venture on the Basis of Fraud and Breaches of Fiduciary Duties

NEW YORK, NY—(Marketwired – February 13, 2018) – Darwin Deason, a long–term and third–largest shareholder of Xerox Corp. (“Xerox”), has filed a lawsuit against Fujifilm Holdings Corp. (“Fuji”), Xerox, current Xerox board members and Ursula M. Burns, Xerox's former Chairman and CEO. The complaint was filed on February 13, 2018, in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York County.

In the complaint, Mr. Deason alleges the following:

  • The Xerox/Fuji transaction is the result of an improper and fraudulently concealed “crown jewel” lock–up agreement that Xerox entered into with Fuji 17 years ago, that was never disclosed to Xerox's shareholders before the signing of the Xerox/Fuji transaction;
  • The “crown jewel” lock–up agreement precludes a transparent and fair process for the potential sale of Xerox;
  • Despite its duty to do so, Xerox's board fraudulently never disclosed the “crown jewel” lock–up;
  • Fuji and Fuji Xerox participated in a “WorldCom”–like accounting scandal that was uncovered in 2017 and gave Xerox the right to terminate the crown jewel lock–up provision, but the Xerox Board failed to terminate the provision;
  • Xerox publicly admitted that the lock up “limit[ed] Xerox's strategic flexibility”, which caused the Xerox board to sell 50.1% of Xerox to Fuji;
  • Xerox/Fuji deal is extremely off–market:
  • —No control premium for Xerox shareholders
  • —50.1%/49.9% Fuji control
  • —Xerox CEO and board members retain jobs
  • —No Xerox market check or sale process
  • —Xerox share price has declined 2.4% since the unaffected date (1/10) to Friday's close (date prior to issuance of Icahn/Deason letter); and
  • Deason seeks to enjoin the transaction, terminate the Xerox/Fuji joint venture lock–up and joint venture agreements and pursue strategic alternatives for Xerox.

King & Spalding LLP is representing Mr. Deason in this matter.

SECURITY HOLDERS ARE ADVISED TO READ THE PROXY STATEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS RELATED TO THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES BY CARL ICAHN, DARWIN DEASON AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES FROM THE SHAREHOLDERS OF XEROX CORPORATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROPOSED TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN XEROX CORPORATION AND FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORPORATION (THE “TRANSACTION”) AND/OR FOR USE AT THE 2018 ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS OF XEROX CORPORATION (THE “ANNUAL MEETING”) WHEN THEY BECOME AVAILABLE BECAUSE THEY WILL CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION, INCLUDING INFORMATION RELATING TO THE PARTICIPANTS IN SUCH PROXY SOLICITATION. WHEN COMPLETED, A DEFINITIVE PROXY STATEMENT AND A FORM OF PROXY RELATED TO THE TRANSACTION AND/OR THE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE MAILED TO SHAREHOLDERS OF XEROX CORPORATION AND WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE AT THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION'S WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.SEC.GOV. INFORMATION RELATING TO THE PARTICIPANTS IN SUCH PROXY SOLICITATION IS CONTAINED IN THE SCHEDULE 14A FILED BY CARL ICAHN, DARWIN DEASON AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ON JANUARY 22, 2018.

Envision Solar Announces Record Monthly Revenues in January of 2018

SAN DIEGO, CA—(Marketwired – February 08, 2018) – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewably energized EV charging, outdoor media and energy security products company, announced today unaudited revenue results for January of 2018.

In the first month of the new year the Company achieved monthly revenue of $2 million, which represents the highest monthly revenue in the Company's history. Revenue was achieved through the delivery of the Company's EV ARC™ products to government customers.

“Our products are increasingly being recognized as the best way to deploy EV charging in all but the easiest of locations,” said Envision Solar CEO, Desmond Wheatley. “Government and Enterprise customers can actually meet their infrastructure goals with our products. Record revenues and contracted backlog come as a result of that recognition. I'm looking forward to 2018 being a year of many such records and I congratulate our team on delivering.”

About Envision Solar International, Inc.

Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, is a sustainable technology innovation company whose unique products include the patented EV ARC™, the patented Solar Tree® and the patent pending EV–Standard™ products, with EnvisionTrak™ patented solar tracking, SunCharge™ solar Electric Vehicle Charging, ARC™ technology energy storage, and EnvisionMedia™ solar advertising displays.

Based in San Diego the company employs combat veterans, disabled workers, minorities and other fine contributors to produce Made in America products. Envision Solar is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol [EVSI]. For more information visit www.envisionsolar.com or call (760) 420–6569.

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ITA Expands Professional Development Offerings

CHICAGO, IL—(Marketwired – February 01, 2018) – The Illinois Technology Association (ITA) announced today it has expanded its professional development offerings in 2018. The expanded course offerings include quarterly New Manager Training classes, PMP certification, training for Emerging Leaders and an Industrial IoT workshop in partnership with Intel.

Less than two years ago professional development was not part of the ITA portfolio. In response to member need, ITA built a professional development offering that includes full and half day workshops, panel discussions, webinars and certification courses.

“Many of our members aren't able to yet invest in internal organizational development teams,” said Trisha Degg, VP Talent Programs at ITA. “However, that doesn't diminish their need or desire to provide professional development opportunities to their employees. Through programs like our New Manager training, our members can get their employees the training they need at a fraction of what it would cost on the open market.”

In addition to soft skills training, ITA has added certification courses to its portfolio through a partnership with CompTIA. Courses available in 2018 include PMP, Certified Ethical Hacker, Cloud+ and Security+.

Throughout 2018, ITA will continue to evolve and grow its professional development offerings based on feedback from the Chicago tech community. You can view all upcoming courses and programs on the ITA website. Upcoming professional development opportunities include:

About ITA

The Illinois Technology Association (ITA) scales Illinois tech companies. With innovative resources that allow members to collaborate with each other, build their talent networks and elevate their local and national presence, ITA is the region's strongest advocate for fostering innovation and growth. Founded in 2005 and supporting 500–plus growth–stage tech companies, ITA has a rich history of driving business forward. For more information, visit illinoistech.org, follow @ITAbuzz on Twitter or find us on LinkedIn.

Envision Solar Announces Patent Pending on EV-Standard(TM) Sustainable, Renewables-Integrated, Curbside EV Charging and Street Lighting Product

SAN DIEGO, CA—(Marketwired – February 01, 2018) – Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCQB: EVSI) (“Envision Solar,” or the “Company”), the leading renewably energized EV charging, outdoor media and energy security products company, announced that its new EV–Standard™ product is now patent pending and in advanced–stage product development readying for commercialization in the 2nd quarter of 2018.

The EV–Standard is a fully integrated lamp standard and EV charging product which combines renewable energy, a grid connection, and energy storage to offer a meaningful, on–street, Level II EV charging experience for the millions of Americans who cannot charge at home or at work. Combining several existing Envision technologies the EV–Standard interconnects tracking solar, wind and an existing grid connection to onboard ARC™ Storage. The combined power source is used to provide street lighting and Level II EV charging at the curb. Because the EV–Standard™ product uses renewable energy and storage as a circuit multiplier and attaches to existing foundations, on–site construction, electrical or permitting work is minimal. The product is designed to be minimally invasive, rapidly deployed and offer very low total cost of ownership to the operator. The integrated street light is a low energy, high lumens LED which will fit well with existing plans for energy efficient street lighting retrofits.

“We have demonstrated our ability to bring renewably energized EV charging to business and government with our EV and Solar Tree products,” said Envision Solar CEO, Desmond Wheatley. “Our new EV–Standard combines everything we have learned in a mass–market, curbside solution. Many Americans cannot charge their EVs at home and cities need a meaningful and economically viable curbside charging solution. EV–Standard is it. The big city customers I've shared this with view it as a potential game changer.”

70% of Americans do not live in single–family residences with garages to allow for home EV charging. California's Energy Commission estimates that 55% of California's 25 million vehicles are not parked close enough to a circuit for charging. Only 1 in 6 apartment dwellers have access to circuits. Governor Brown has recently called for 225,000 public charging points by 2030. Major cities like New York are seeking curb–side charging solutions. Envision believes that EV–Standard™ is the only viable, rapidly deployed, curbside, renewably energized EV Charging solution.

Invented and manufactured in California, the EV–Standard™ fits atop an existing lamp standard's foundations and generates and stores enough clean solar and wind–powered electricity, when combined with the street–lighting grid connection to deliver a meaningful Level II charge from a lamp standard. The system's solar electrical generation is enhanced by our patented EnvisionTrak™ tracking which causes the array to follow the sun, generating up to 25% more electricity than a fixed array. The energy is combined with the unused portion of the existing streetlight circuit through daytime capture and reduced in–use power requirements which come as a result of the efficient LED fixture. Energy is stored in the EV–Standard'™ product's energy storage for charging day or night, and to provide emergency power and EV charging during grid failure. Because the EV–Standard™ product uses existing civil and electrical infrastructure, it is deployed rapidly and provides a meaningful charging experience without the need for costly trenching or circuit upgrades. EV–Standard™ products will be manufactured in the Company's San Diego facility by our team of combat veterans, individuals with disabilities, and other minority demographics and highly talented, mission–driven team members.

About Envision Solar International, Inc.
Envision Solar, www.envisionsolar.com, is a sustainable technology innovation company who's unique and patented products include the EV ARC™ and the Solar Tree® with EnvisionTrak™ patented solar tracking, SunCharge™ solar Electric Vehicle Charging, ARC™ technology energy storage, and EnvisionMedia solar advertising displays.

Based in San Diego the company produces Made in America products. Envision Solar is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol [EVSI]. For more information visit www.envisionsolar.com or call (760) 420–6569.

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This Press Release may contain forward–looking statements regarding future events or our expected future results that are subject to inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements in this Report other than statements of historical facts are forward–looking statements. Forward–looking statements are generally accompanied by terms or phrases such as “estimate,” “project,” “predict,” “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “target,” “plan,” “intend,” “seek,” “goal,” “will,” “should,” “may,” or other words and similar expressions that convey the uncertainty of future events or results. Statements contemplating or making assumptions regarding actual or potential sales, market size, and demand, prospective business contracts, customer orders, trends or operating results also constitute forward–looking statements. Our actual results may differ substantially from those indicated in forwarding looking statements because our business is subject to significant economic, competitive, regulatory, business and industry risks which are difficult to predict and many of which are beyond our control. Our operating results, financial condition, and business performance may be adversely affected by a general decline in the economy, unavailability of capital or financing for our prospective customers to purchase products and services from us, competition, changes in regulations, a decline in the demand for solar energy, a lack of profitability, a decline in our stock price, and other risks. We may not have adequate capital, financing or cash flow to sustain our business or implement our business plans. Current results and trends are not necessarily indicative of future results that we may achieve.

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