Monthly Archives: January 2016

Our second year-end discussion revolves around who was the team MVP and what the future holds in 2016

Team MVP for the 2015 season? Drew Hamm:You can make an argument that Corey Clement was the MVP, since it’s not too big of a leap to say that with Clement in the lineup Wisconsin beats Northwestern and Iowa, but

Convenient Password Recovery with the New Kanguru Self-Service Password Management for Secure USB

MILLIS, Mass., Dec. 17, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kanguru announces the launch of its new Self Service Password Management™ ( SSPM) service for Kanguru Defender® line of secure USB flash drives, providing users with a safe, convenient way to reset

On Monday, Shares of Best Buy Co Inc (NYSE:BBY), gained 0.13% to $30.53

Consumers who scored some of the $26 billion in gift cards given this past holiday are in luck. Gift cards for consumer electronics were among the most popular gifts this year, and Best Buy is making it easy to transform

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Vigilance and Anti Corruption Bureau (VACB) on Wednesday conducted ‘Operation Gramam’, a state-wide raid at the village offices to check on the corruption. In raids conducted from Kasargode to Thiruvananthapuram, as many as 74 teams led by DYSP of each district participated

The raid was conducted after receiving complaints about the irregularities in revenue recovery proceedings, delay in issuing certificates and discrepancies in mutation process related to land deals. During the raids, the sleuths found several applications awaiting for disposal all over

New data released by the California Department of Finance shows San Diego County has the second largest population in the state, after Los Angeles. In this file photo, pedestrian traffic crowds the Laurel Street Bridge at dusk as people stream into Balboa Park for day 2 of December Nights

— Charlie Neuman New data released by the California Department of Finance shows San Diego County has the second largest population in the state, after Los Angeles. In this file photo, pedestrian traffic crowds the Laurel Street Bridge at dusk

According to a recent survey of IT decision makers at small and midsize businesses (SMBs), business continuity (including data protection and recovery) was identified as a top IT challenge. So, if your customers are starting to evaluate new disaster recovery solutions to address this challenge, here are some facts to help with their 2016 disaster recovery planning

1. No. 1 Cause of SMB Downtime Isn’t What You Think While many still think of natural disasters as the top cause of downtime, industry data indicates that hardware failure and human error are far more common. And these micro

OWC Expands Storage Lineup with the OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual Featuring USB 3.1 Gen 1 and FireWire 800 ports

email article print page OWC Expands Storage Lineup with the OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual Featuring USB 3.1 Gen 1 and FireWire 800 ports Hardware RAID storage solution features RAID 0, 1, SPAN and Independent modes, data transfer up to

Mendocino County mental health providers were found in violation of multiple state regulations according to a report from a Center for Medical and Medicaid Services (CMMS) recertification audit. Violations ranged lack of coordination of client case files, including one client found dead, to improper use of facilities for drug testing, staff listed in job positions for which they lack qualifications, failure to ensure compliance with fire, biohazard, and other safety regulations, and other issues associated with community mental health centers

The report comes from an unannounced recertification audit of Mendocino County’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services providers (ASOs) conducted during September. At the time of the audit, then county Mental Health Director Tom Pinnizotto and HHSA Director and current interim

6 Leadership Lessons from the Movie, It’s a Wonderful Life There are a number of good lessons to be learned from watching the movie and applying it to your life

Eric Holdeman | December 19, 2015 After my annual watching of the movie It’s a Wonderful Life, I thought it good to reflect on the leadership lessons that I garnered and have experienced personally that coincide with the movie. Despite

This is an update of a previous report

As General Electric (GE) kicks off 2016 as a much purer industrial play than it’s been for more than a decade, it’s going to encounter a new world of risks and opportunities. Shares of the Fairfield, Conn.-based manufacturer dipped just

The Latest North Creek Rotary to host Winter Feast

NORTH CREEK | The Rotary Winter Feast, sponsored by North Creek Rotary Club, will be held from 5 to 7 p. m. Jan. 16 at North Creek Senior Center, Route 28 at Ski Bowl Road, across from the health center.

Stocks and oil prices plunged again on more worries about a slowdown in China, giving the market its worst drop in three months. | AP Photo

NEW YORK — Stocks and oil prices plunged again Thursday on spreading fears that China’s economy, a major engine of global growth, is sputtering. It was the worst one-day drop since late September, and the main U. S. benchmark, the

BOSTON – The Massachusetts House on Wednesday passed a bill to eliminate the automatic license suspension given to anyone convicted of a drug crime, even if the crime does not relate to a motor vehicle

Supporters of the bill, S.2021, say the automatic suspension does not improve public safety, but does make it harder for ex-convicts to reintegrate into society. “If you’re asking a person who just gets out of jail to go out and

The overwhelming majority of patients with leftover pills at the end of their treatment did not know

Compared with their younger counterparts, older anesthesiologists have similar patient outcomes, but… Preventing hospital readmissions has become a focus for many health care systems trying to improve … Under new financial models established by the Affordable Care Act, bundled payment

The MYK-78 “Clipper” chip, the 1990’s version of the “golden key.”

In the face of a Federal Bureau of Investigation proposal requesting backdoors into encrypted communications, a noted encryption expert urged Congress not to adopt the requirements due to technical faults in the plan. The shortcomings in question would allow anyone

MATT GENTRY | The Roanoke Times

Allyson Bailey Allyson Bailey is a former student of Faith Christian School in Roanoke County. During her sophomore year she sustained a concussion and a brain injury when she playing in a varsity basketball game. She sustained two more brain

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