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Microsoft donates 500 patents to startups

first_imgSan Francisco: Expanding its “Azure IP Advantage” programme, Microsoft is donating 500 patents to start-ups that are part of a non-profit organisation called License On Transfer (LOT) Network. Launched in 2018, the “Azure IP Advantage” programme protects users of Microsoft’s cloud computing service — Azure — against patent trolls. Keeping in line with the intention of the programme, LOT Network protects companies against patent trolls by giving them access to a wide library of patents from its nearly 400 member companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Netflix and Uber among others. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal “We want to help the LOT Network grow its network of start-ups and to provide an incentive we are going to provide these patents to them,” TechCrunch quoted Erich Andersen, Corporate Vice President (CVP) and Deputy General Counsel at Microsoft, as saying on Thursday. However, for any start-up to qualify for getting a patent granted to LOT Network, the company is required to meet a $1,000 per month Azure spend and Microsoft would check the start-up’s last three monthly Azure bills. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost “Qualified start-ups who join the LOT Network can acquire Microsoft patents as part of their free membership and as Andersen stressed, the start-ups will own them outright,” the report said. The LOT network will be able to provide its start-up members with up to three patents from this collection. “The idea is that these start-ups come from a diverse set of industry sectors. The hope we have is that when they approach LOT, they’ll find patents among those 500 that are going to be interesting to basically almost any company that might want a foundational set of patents for their business,” Andersen added.last_img read more

Women bodies demand retd judges arrest

first_imgHyderabad: Members of some women organisations Sunday staged a dharna in front of the residence of a retired judge, against whom a dowry harassment case has been registered on a complaint by his daughter-in-law, and demanded his arrest. Holding placards which read “we want justice” and “hand over the children to your daughter-in-law,” they demanded that the retired judge and his kin be arrested. The complainant, who was also took part in the protest, said she wanted to see her children, one of whom was three-and-half-year-old and another 18-month old. A case was registered against the retired high court judge, his wife and son on a complaint by his daughter-in-law of cruelty towards her, police had said. The case has been registered under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code (husband or relative of husband of a woman subjecting her to cruelty) and relevant sections of the Dowry Prohibition Act, they had said.last_img read more

Governments provide 20 million to help ranchers rebuild from BC fires

VANCOUVER — Ranchers who have lost animals and land to devastating wildfires across British Columbia are getting help from the provincial and federal governments.The governments have announced $20 million that farmers can use to replace lost breeding animals and re-seed damaged lands, with 40 per cent of the funding covered by the province and the federal government paying for 60 per cent of the costs.“Farmers have been hit hard in this situation,” said federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay on Tuesday. “As someone who has farmed and raised livestock, my heart goes out to all the families and communities that have been affected by this disaster.”MacAulay said the funds, administered through an existing disaster-relief program called AgriRecovery, will also help ranchers cover veterinary bills, transportation and housing expenses for displaced animals, feed cost, labour for fencing and critical infrastructure not covered by insurance.He made the announcement at a news conference after federal and provincial cabinet ministers and First Nations met in Vancouver to discuss how to rebuild following the crisis and improve prevention and response in the future.At least 30,000 animals have been killed or displaced in this year’s record-breaking wildfire season, MacAulay said.Kevin Boon of the BC Cattlemen’s Association said the funds would not only help individual ranchers get back on their feet, but would also help communities that rely on agriculture.B.C. Forests Minister Doug Donaldson said the previous provincial government did not do enough to mitigate the risk of wildfires and he believes much more must be done to reduce fuel, including wood debris and underbrush, around communities.Since 2003, the previous government invested $78-million in an initiative that funds fuel treatments around municipalities, but some communities have complained the program is under-funded and burdensome. Less than seven per cent of high-risk area has been treated.Donaldson said the provincial and federal governments are committed to the national wildfire strategy, which aims to reduce wildfire risk in forests that threaten communities.The forests minister added that he will put forward a submission to the B.C. budget to make more funds available for fuel treatments.“We want to make sure that communities are safer and that effort, in my opinion, has not been what it needs to be to protect communities,” he said.Donaldson also addressed the impact to sawmills, saying about 53 million cubic metres of timber have burned and that will affect supply. He said the ministry is working on ensuring mills can use wood that is still viable, and is looking at issuing salvage licences in certain areas. It’s also beginning to plan reforestation, he said.Several chiefs of B.C. First Nations expressed their frustration on Tuesday with the level of funding and support their communities have been given to fight wildfires.Chief Ann Louie of the Williams Lake Indian Band said her First Nation felt abandoned during the crisis and she hopes the governments adopt a proposal put forward by Grand Chief Ed John to increase funding and supplies to Indigenous communities.“We were invisible,” she said.John, a prominent Indigenous leader in B.C., said the proposal was delivered to the federal government at the end of July and it calls for $200 million for emergency preparedness and response in First Nations communities.Federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said the proposal provides a lot of very useful advice and guidance.He said the federal government is eager to work with national and local First Nations leaders to develop a community-by-community inventory of the emergency risks and the assets and resources available.The federal government would then work with those communities to fill the gaps, he said.“It is simply unacceptable that some people in this country have full, developed plans and resources to deal with crisis situations and other communities don’t,” he said.“That is unacceptable to this country and that’s a gap that absolutely must be fixed.”— Follow @ellekane on Twitter. read more

Creativity without the pressure at paint and sip studios

They’ve become a global sensation — “paint and sip” studios where adults can spend evenings out learning to make art in a relaxed, BYOB setting. Thousands of franchises now exist to help us all unleash our inner creative.One of the places where it all began was a little studio in Birmingham, Alabama. In 2002, at age 28, Wendy Lovoy quit her corporate job to pursue a career as a painter. She began teaching adult and kids’ classes in her Birmingham studio. The adults, she noticed, were taking far too long to finish their paintings. They were nervous about making them perfect. They couldn’t get out of their own heads. When Lovoy encouraged them to relax and move more quickly, their work always turned out better.So she began holding two-hour sessions during which she would guide adult students to create an entire painting from start to finish. As it turned out, they loved it. The paintings were coming out great, and classes were filling up. Students began bringing mimosas. The atmosphere was relaxed and pressure-free.So in 2004, her company, Sips ‘N Strokes, was born. Sips ‘N Strokes pioneered the model of BYOB recreational painting classes that teach students to reproduce a work of art step-by-step.“My vision was to inspire the world to create,” says Lovoy.She hoped to transform the painting process from something intimidating and seemingly out of reach to something approachable and fun.The business grew slowly at first, going from one class a month to two, and then, suddenly, it was seven days a week. By 2007, Lovoy was squishing 100 people per night into her studio. By 2009, when she franchised Sips ‘N Strokes, similar businesses, like Painting With a Twist and Pinot’s Palette, had begun springing up around the country.“It became an industry that the customer base really gravitated to,” says Joe Lewis, CEO of the Mandeville, Louisiana-based Painting With a Twist. “With the increase in the DIY industry, it has really caught on and become popular.”Because the investment needed to start a paint and sip franchise is relatively low, Lewis says, the industry has grown quickly. Painting With a Twist recently acquired a competitor, Chicago-based Bottle and Bottega, and the merged companies have a total of 300 locations around the country.Lovoy is amazed at how popular paint-and-sip places have become since she opened her studio.“When you’re 28 years old and you see something that was your passion blow up to something so big, it’s phenomenal,” says the now-43-year-old.While many people come to the classes to relax with a glass of wine, Lovoy believes that a huge piece of the success of the Sips ‘N Strokes model is the way it forces students to speed up their painting.“When you give an adult time, we overanalyze and overthink everything,” she says. “When you give them that time restraint, they can create anything. They just have to get outside of themselves, and you do that when you move fast. You shut down that anal side of your brain and your creative side opens up.”She enjoys watching students gain confidence. “People like to learn things,” she says. “It’s very satisfying for people to create something themselves.”Some of her most dedicated students have even become professional artists.Mary Posey, a regular student of Lovoy’s who began attending Sips ‘N Strokes classes in 2006, has produced hundreds of paintings.“I went from needing a lot of help to fix paintings at the end of class to, I really started to figure out what they meant by doing a stroke a certain way,” she says. “I started figuring out I could do it on my own.” Her growing confidence in her art, she says, “spilled over into other things. I just noticed I had more confidence.”Lovoy also hopes her students gain an appreciation for art and the work that goes into it.“Go out and support your local artists,” she says. “Get into the art scene.”Molly Sprayregen, The Associated Press read more

Michelin careers event – Stoke on Trent

A group of 40 pupils aged 15-18 will tour the Michelin plant, followed by a careers fair and group work. Date to be confirmed. VenueMichelin Tyres plc-StokeCampbell Road, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire ST4 4EYOrganizerJoel AndrewClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

Week in Westminster – week ending Friday 27 March 2015

DOWNLOAD1. London ULEZ to begin in 20202. SMMTConnected event held3. OLEV announces plug-in van grant extension and fund for greener taxis4. Plans for idling charge to be implemented5. Acts given Royal Assent6. New Lobbyist Register7. Week aheadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

Music Career Services orchestrate new experiential learning program

Music Ed Plus will give music students more experiential learning, work and volunteer opportunities.The Department of Music and Career Services have teamed up to offer music majors a new program unique to Brock.Called Music Ed Plus, the program creates experiential learning and community engagement opportunities for music students in the bachelor of music and bachelor of arts programs. Students will be able to apply what they learn in class to volunteer work, performance opportunities and chamber music ensembles.There will also be guest lecturers from a variety of musical careers to let students know about the opportunities that exist when they graduate. Concerts, Career Services workshops and a mentorship program are also on the Music Ed Plus bill.The new program comes in response to the University’s strategic mandate agreement and strategic plan.Music Ed Plus makes Brock unique among Canadian universities with music programs, giving the University a competitive edge in student recruitment, said Pauline Dawson, manager of Experience Plus programs.“Opportunities available through Music Ed Plus will help students develop the employability skills that employers are seeking,” Dawson said. “Students will be better prepared to make informed career decisions and will have an advantage when looking for work or further education opportunities.”The program, which starts in September, will have 20-25 students in its first year. It will be administered by four of the Department of Music’s full-time faculty, Patricia Debly, who will serve as Music Ed Plus co-ordinator, Karin Di Bella, Brian Power and Matthew Royal.Career Services will host workshops and document students’ volunteer placements and professional development experiences, as well as run the mentorship program.For more information about the program, or for Brock community members involved with a musical organization to find out how they can help with music student community engagement, email musicedplus@brocku.ca.Visit Music Ed Plus read more

Antamina agrees social investment program

first_imgPeru’s government and Minera Antamina, which operates the world’s largest combined copper-zinc mine, reached an agreement with a northern Andean community over social investment projects. A development roundtable in the community of Jangas in Ancash region agreed on 20 million soles ($7.1 million) in infrastructure investment, according to the energy and mines ministry (MEM), BNAmericas reports.Projects include 9.86 million soles in irrigation and 4.1 million soles in electricity infrastructure, health and education programs and 6.17 million soles in natural disaster prevention and mitigation systems, deputy mining minister Guillermo Shinno said in a statement.Since 2011, President Ollanta Humala’s government has set up at least 20 development roundtables in Andean communities to ease opposition to mining projects.Antamina which despite having excellent programs for community development has faced repeated environmental protests since starting up in 2001, completed a $1.3 billion expansion at the end of 2012. The expansion increased ore processing capacity from 94,000t/d to 130,000t/d after exploration work boosted mineral reserves by 77%.Antamina produced 461,058 t copper, 315,802 t zinc, 4,032 t lead, 4,544 t molybdenum and 520,871 kg silver last year, according to MEM.Glencore Xstrata and BHP Billiton each own a 33.75% stake in Antamina, while Teck Resources has 22.5% and Mitsubishi owns 10%.last_img read more

Letter from Brazil National nightmare tough to swallow for a country not

first_imgMikey Stafford reports for TheScore.ie from Rio de JaneiroIN THE SHADOW of Estadio Vasco da Gama a small boy peeled off his Brazil shirt to reveal the Flamengo jersey underneath.That its famous red and black hoops so closely resembled the Germany colours forever seared on to the memory of this shell-shocked country was just another misfortune on a calamitous night.“Alemanha! Alemanha!” His friends and those nearby shouted, but he did not care. Shedding the canary yellow of the Seleção for the colours of Brazil’s most-supported club seemed like a reasonable reaction to Germany’s seventh and final goal.It will be some time before this team can once more claim the devotion it has enjoyed this past month from a football-mad nation, but those fearing an immediate social cataclysm with the host’s elimination were not proved right either.The residents of the Vasco Da Gama favela in north Rio had mostly come to terms with Brazil’s humiliating exit after 30 minutes, to the point that many had to have André Schürrle’s second-half goals pointed out to them.Their reaction was muted to the point of non-existent. A night that had begun with excess emotion and the parading of Neymar’s jersey during the national anthem in Belo Horizonte was threatening to fade away into indifference. His former strike partner Romario, now a member of congress, is far more popular in these parts. Source: AP/Press Association Images“I have been watching Brazil since 1952,” said one man in a wheelchair. “This is the worst Seleção ever.“I saw Jairzinho, Garrincha, Pele…” he added, trailing off, his point about the current crop made more eloquently than he thinks.Some were in no mood to talk. One young man sat on his own, unwilling to look at the television and unable to look away. Another walked slowly in circles, forlornly dragging on a cigarette as he stared at his feet.The television, like the fireworks, were muted by the time Luiz Felipe Scolari appeared on the screen to try and explain what had just happened.In the shadow of Estadio Vasco da Gama a small boy in a Flamengo jersey and his friends played football while their parents ate barbeque. No one seemed particularly interested in Scolari’s excuses.Why the Brazil-Germany game was the most incredible match I’ve ever witnessed‘The most extraordinary, staggering, bewildering game’: The reaction to Brazil’s night of shame Source: AP/Press Association ImagesWe had gathered outside Bar do Arnaldo in this community of 15,000, hoping to witness a night of glory or glorious failure for Brazil. In the end we got neither, only a humiliating lesson in how brutal elite sport can be.A poor but tight-knit community, Vasco was ready for a party. Barbeques were being prepared as hundreds of children dodged between mopeds and relaxed-looking policemen on patrol.The atmosphere was festive, not febrile, but the ubiquitous fireworks that had up until then sounded almost merry took on a somehow more angry tone by the time Toni Kroos made it 3-0 in the 24th minute.When the Bayern playmaker put the game to bed less than two minutes later with his second, you could almost feel the air being sucked out of the small square. As the rain began to fall we looked at each other nervously and even our companion Conor, who works in the favela, remarked on a strange atmosphere he had never sensed before. Source: EMPICS SportOddly it took the fifth German goal, just three minutes later, to release the tension. An angry man at the table next to us laughed sarcastically as Sami Khedira neatly netted. With hope goes caring, often, and this was now a team beyond hope.The children crammed into the concrete pitch and rapidly got a game going, with teams seemingly divided between those wearing Brazil jerseys and those without. It didn’t appear to be going well for the Seleção’s doppelgängers either, but on a night when even Christ the Redeemer looked somehow bashful in his green and gold robes that should be no surprise.The barbeque, like the show, must go on and as the churrascaria was served up at half-time there were no shortage of opinions and most were more blunt than those offered up by Ronaldo and company on the television. The former Brazil striker, who had seen his finals goalscoring record taken outright by Miroslav Klose in the first half, grew up not far from Vasco. However he is not widely loved in the favelas as many feel he has forgotten his roots.last_img read more

Zoe Casey Looking after Rightmoves most valuable asset

first_imgThe British property obsession has made Rightmove one of the UK’s top 10 busiest websites, alongside brands such as Google and Amazon. We are proud to be the UK’s number-one property website, and our achievements are not just the result of our teams working incredibly hard; they are also the result of employing passionate people.People are an organisation’s most valuable asset. Everyone who works at Rightmove is critical to our success and growth, because we depend on their skills and commitment to achieve our objectives. It is important that as an employer we look after our people, so the benefits we offer to employees are crucial.We have had a cash plan in place, provided by Health Shield, for a year, which was introduced to complement our private medical insurance scheme. We chose a tailored plan that specifically caters for all our needs. One of the overarching benefits is that it enables our employees to access medical treatment without the need to make an appointment to see their GP, which makes life a lot easier for them.A health cash plan is a cost-effective way for businesses to look after the health and wellbeing of employees. Staff can claim cashback on dental check-ups, eye tests, contact lenses and glasses, physiotherapy and specialist consultations. Other benefits include a 24/7 counselling and support helpline, and a virtual GP surgery, where employees can talk to a doctor any time of the day without taking time off from work. Our employees can choose the benefits they want to access and claim back the cost up to the set limits. It gives staff the freedom to choose who provides their day-to-day healthcare, and the benefits are also extended to their family members.According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD’s) Absence management survey 2014, published in October 2014, the average cost of absence per employee stands at £609 a year. Preventative health benefits, such as cash plans, can save businesses money in the long term, helping to improve staff wellbeing, motivation and morale.My experience is that a cash plan is a great benefit to offer. It is something that makes a difference to people’s everyday life, and if all the benefits are used it can mean a big cost saving for employees against the normal cost of various health treatments. We have had very positive feedback from our staff since implementing the plan. The people at Rightmove who are in the scheme do use all the benefits available, and often think it seems too good to be true.I would recommend businesses consider a cash plan when looking at benefits to offer staff. My tip would be to check the background of the provider and ensure there are no caveats around the claims that can be made.It is important to know what our employees think about what it is like to work at Rightmove, so we run an annual ‘Have your say’ survey. An overwhelming 91% of respondents said Rightmove is a great place to work, which is testament of the culture we have developed over the years.People also want to stay long term. In 2015, we celebrated 38 people being at Rightmove for 10 years or more. There are now over 400 employees, with the first ever Rightmove employee still working here today.Zoe Casey is HR manager at Rightmovelast_img read more

Lingerieclad Urvashi Rautela taking shower leaves fans weak on the knee Photo

first_imgUrvashi was last seen in the film Hate Story 4 in 2018. Urvashi Rautela shares sizzling photo on InstagramInstagramUrvashi Rautela has just made summer even hotter with her latest Instagram photo. The diva stunned all her fans with a picture that shows her having a shower in a lingerie.The actress posted the sizzling photo on Instagram, mentioning #Maxim as the caption, suggesting that this is from a shoot for the magazine. Urvashi looks extremely hot in the frame, and her fans cannot get enough of her beauty.Urvashi has been off from the big screen for quite some time now, but she makes her presence felt on social media. She often shares pictures from her parties, and photoshoots, keeping her fans updated about her work.Although she hardly makes any controversy, she was in news some time ago for some wrong reasons. A video had gone viral on social media that showed veteran producer Boney Kapoor spanking on Urvashi’s butt at wedding reception of Jayantilal Gada’s son Akshay Gada.The video had created a huge uproar on social media, as most of the viewers felt Boney’s body language inappropriate. However, Urvashi herself had come in his defence saying that she stands by Boney’s dignity, and slammed the trolls.”I felt appalled and beyond shocked this morning when I saw social media flooded with trolls of me in a video with respected Boney Kapoor sir. He is a true gentleman and it makes me feel extremely unhappy and miserable because the social sites/media don’t even think twice before putting up things or destroying anyone’s reputation. I request all to stop trolling. I honestly respect Boney Kapoor sir and stand by him and his dignity,” she said on Twitter.last_img read more

Youre Probably Being Tracked Online Right Now Heres How to Protect Yourself

first_img How Success Happens November 30, 2018 Listen Now Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. Starbucks added a then-groundbreaking item to its menu in 2010: free Wi-Fi access via AT&T. Stephen Gillett, the coffee giant’s chief information officer at the time, told The New York Times that the network was meant to serve as a “very versatile tool for people who are using Starbucks for what we call the third place, between home and work.”That “third place” can now be found beyond the exposed brick walls of your local café. It’s in the hotel where you stayed at your last business trip, on a bench at the grassy park near your apartment, and at the McDonald’s where you stopped to get a McMuffin this morning on your way to work. It’s public Wi-Fi access, and it’s virtually ubiquitous. Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network will rarely cost you money, but you do pay a price for its convenience in the form of privacy loss. You see, “T-Mobile and AT&T—the largest providers of Wi-Fi hotspots in coffee shops, bookstores, and airports—don’t require encryption of data traveling wirelessly between laptops and the Internet,” ABC News reported. “Neither do hotels and municipalities with free Wi-Fi hookups in public areas.”Essentially, you put yourself and your data—pictures, emails, bank account passwords, what have you—at risk to hackers every time you connect to a public Wi-Fi network. And that’s on top of the data lurking that your internet service provider (ISP) may already be doing.Fortunately, the remedy to this digital threat is simple: sign up for a virtual private network (VPN), a service that lets you create a safe, secure network using a public internet connection. A VPN encrypts all of your traffic while concealing your IP address so that your online activity is completely private and protected, hidden even from your ISP, as The VPN Guru points out.Although a VPN has a few minor downsides—they’re not free, for one, and they’ll slow down your connection speed by just a bit, per Lifewire—there are several compelling reasons to invest in such a service.You can use public Wi-Fi in confidence.As previously mentioned, Wi-Fi networks at hotels, restaurants, and other public places are vulnerable to interception—not just because the traffic isn’t encrypted, but because a network isn’t always as it seems. Max Eddy of PC Mag puts it well: “Just because it’s called Starbucks, Wi-Fi doesn’t mean it’s really owned by a well-known coffee purveyor.”If you’re someone who travels frequently or works on the go, you’d be smart to lock down your online activity and identity by encrypting your traffic. You can download and upload P2P files in privacy.The MPAA, among other authorities, has been known to monitor ISP connections in order to catch users sharing movies, music, and other files. P2P users can also be traced through their IP addresses, which are added to torrent swarms when files are downloaded through P2P software.Do you engage in the occasional P2P sharing? Do you want to avoid a copyright lawsuit? Get a VPN. You can watch home-specific broadcasts while you’re traveling. Want to watch Hulu at your Airbnb in Madrid? Sorry, it’s not available to viewers outside of the U.S. even if you have a subscription back home. If you have a VPN, however, you can easily bypass the geographical restrictions of your favorite streaming services—and even access local sporting events and news broadcasts—while you’re abroad. Sold on the idea of a VPN service? You’re in luck: For just a few days, Entrepreneur readers can get a lifetime subscription to KeepSolid’s award-winning VPN Unlimited service at a savings of more than $450. Deemed PC Mag’s Top VPN of 2017, VPN Unlimited has full bandwidth capacity at all times and can be used on up to five devices per account. Plus, it features special services for torrenting and provides connection protocols for any situation. With more than 400 servers in over 70 locations and 24/7 customer support, it’s the gold standard in online data protection.Click here to purchase a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited for just $39.99—92 percent off the original price of $499.99. Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you’ll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. 4 min readlast_img read more

Google Drive annual payment discounts added

first_imgGoogle Drive: annual payment discounts added by Martin Brinkmann on December 22, 2016 in Companies, Google – Last Update: January 04, 2018 – 5 commentsIf you are a paying Google Drive customer you know that Google offered monthly payment options only up until now.The company is giving away 15 Gigabyte of storage to all its users, but requires you to pay a subscription fee if you require more than that amount of data storage.The storage is shared across several Google services, not just google Drive. It is also used by the email service Gmail, and by Google Photos.This meant up until now that you paid Google $1.99 per month for 100 Gigabyte of storage, or $9.99 for 1 Terabyte. The available storage quotas go up to 30 Terabyte of storage for $299.99 per month.Note that Dollar and Euro pricing appears to be identical.If you visit Google’s Storage page right now on the official company website, you will notice that annual plans have been added for some storage tiers.The 100 Gigabyte plan is still available for $1.99 per month, but now also for $19.99 a year. If you’d pay the monthly price for a year, you’d end up paying $23.88 in total. Paying the annual subscription fee of $19.99 saves you about 16% of the total price.The 1 Terabyte plan is available for $9.99 per month, or for a one-time payment of $99.99 per year. If you subscribe to the plan for a year and pay monthly, you end up paying $119.88. Paying annually for the subscription saves you about 17% of the total sum.Annual payment options are only available for the 100 Gigabyte and 1 Terabyte storage plans. They are not available for the 10, 20 and 30 Terabyte plans which are still only available as monthly paid subscriptions.The discounts are not huge, but you will still save money provided that you know that you will be a subscriber a year from the day you made the annual payment for the desired plan.Monthly payments give you more flexibility when it comes to canceling the plan, as you won’t lose money doing so.The Google Drive storage plans & pricing support page has not been updated yet. It does not list the annual payment option at all. Also, Google Apps customers won’t see the new annual pricing options either right now but it seems likely that the option will be made available to Google Apps customers as well.ComparisonGoogle Drive storage has been quite expensive when compared to 1 Terabyte plans of other providers. Dropbox customers pay $99 annually for the 1 Terabyte Pro plan for instance, and Microsoft OneDrive customers $6.99 per month and they get Office 365 on top of that with that plan.The annual payment option moves Google Drive storage pricing closer to Dropbox’s level, but not to Microsoft’s.Now You: Do you pay for extra storage? If so, how much, where and what do you get for that?SummaryArticle NameGoogle Drive: annual payment discounts addedDescriptionGoogle added annual payment options for Google Drive storage recently that offer 16% discounts when compared to monthly payments.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

Kickstart an IT Career With Microsoft Private Cloud Solutions Bundle

first_img Share Tweet Submit Microsoft private cloud computing technologies are highly valued by businesses as solutions to organize and manage proprietary and operational information. Obviously, those companies put a premium on finding IT people who can best administer those all-important systems. With this comprehensive Microsoft Private Cloud Solutions bundle, you’ll train to pass five essential Microsoft certification exams so you can have a career in system administration and network management.Head over to Wccftech Deals and get a 95% discount on Microsoft Private Cloud Solutions Bundle to kick start a rewarding career in the IT industry.Microsoft Private Cloud Solutions Bundle details and courses:You can have access to 5 comprehensive courses 24/7 with Microsoft Private Cloud Solutions Bundle. With these courses, you will learn how to deploy, monitor and operate a Microsoft private cloud and understand how to install, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows Server 2012. You will also learn to configure advanced Windows Server 2012 servers and further study to ace 5 important Microsoft certification exams.Includes study materials for the following five Microsoft courses:Microsoft 70-246: Monitoring and Operating a Private Cloud 2012Microsoft 70-247: Deploying and Operating a Private Cloud 2012Microsoft 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012Microsoft 70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012Microsoft 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 ServicesDetails and requirementsLength of time users can access this course: 1 yearAccess options: web streaming, mobile streamingCertification of completion includedRedemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchaseExperience level required: all levelsCompatibility: Internet requiredOriginal value: $999 | Wccftech Deals: $44 at 95% discount last_img read more

Jetstar Asia QF Groups highest performer

first_imgJetstar Asia outperformed other Qantas businesses in January this year by almost doubling the number of passengers carried for the month compared to the corresponding period last year.A preliminary monthly report released by Qantas found that Jetstar Asia welcomed a 48 percent increase in passenger movements during the month, up from 219,000 to 324,000.The budget airline’s Australian domestic operations climbed by 4.3 percent from 962,000 to 1,003,000 while its international business escalated by 18.4 percent from 377,000 to 446,000 passengers.The Australian flag carrier’s domestic operations also picked up in January this year by 2.2 percent from 1,251,000 to 1,278,000.In total the Group including Qantas International and QantasLink saw a 8.3 percent increase in passengers for the month. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

Amadeus continues growth track record with strong first half

first_imgAmadeus strongly outperformed the industry during the first half, increasing global air travel agency bookings by 10.0% against an industry increase of 4.9%. This was mostly due to a market share gain of 1.9 p.p. in global air travel agency bookings. This in turn was due in large part to the migration of the travel agencies previously connected to Topas in South Korea, but also supported by continued market share gains in North America. To read more of the report click hereSource = Amadeus Amadeus continues growth track record with strong first halfAmadeus IT Holding, S.A., a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, reports year-on-year financial and operating results for the first half of 2015 (six months ended June 30, 2015). Adjusted profit for the period grew 10.3% to €419.6 million. This was driven by an increase in revenue of 14.2%, to €1,976.8 million, and EBITDA growth of 10.8%, to €778.8 million.Luis Maroto, President & CEO of Amadeus, commented:¨Amadeus has maintained its track record for growth in both revenues and profitability through a combination of market share expansion and growth in its businesses.¨Distribution delivered strong revenue growth of 11.3% through a 1.9p.p. increase in global market share of air travel agency bookings. IT Solutions continued its track record for double-digit growth with a revenue increase of 22.3%, with Asia-Pacific remaining the driving force.¨Our solid business model and our strong cash-flow generation have allowed us to make strategic acquisitions. Early in July we announced an agreement to acquire Navitaire, subject to approval by regulators, that once completed will give Amadeus a strong position in IT solutions for the low-cost carriers market. Following that, we also announced plans to acquire Netherlands-based Itesso BV, a provider of cloud-native property management systems (PMS) for hotels. Whilst earlier in the year we accelerated our growth in the Airport IT space with the acquisition of Air-Transport IT Services Inc. (AirIT), a leading company in the segment, with a portfolio of solutions used by 30 of the busiest 50 airports in the US. We look forward with confidence to the remainder of the year.¨Consolidated net financial debt stood at €1,645.5 million at June 30, 2015, representing 1.19x the ratio of covenant net debt to the last twelve months’ covenant EBITDA.An appreciation of the US dollar versus the Euro relative to 2014 contributed a positive foreign exchange impact on the revenue and EBITDA of Amadeus during the first half of 2015; conversely, the same impact reduced the EBITDA margin.On May 12 we completed our share buy-back programme announced in December 2014, in total investing €320m (including fees) and repurchasing 8,759,444 shares (representing 1.957% of share capital). Following this, at the General Shareholders Meeting on June 25, shareholders approved the reduction in share capital through the amortisation of the repurchased shares.Also at the General Shareholders Meeting on June 25, shareholders approved a gross dividend of €0.70 per share for the results from the 2014 financial year. This represented a 50% pay-out ratio and amounted to a total dividend of €313.3 million, which was 12% higher than the dividend for the 2013 financial year.last_img read more

Disy PR operator in hot water over Irini Charalambidou cleavage comment

first_imgA PR operator for the ruling Disy party is facing the boot after posting on social media a snarky comment about Akel MP Irini Charalambidou.Panayiotis Salaforis, a communications officer for Disy, uploaded to his Facebook page an image of Charalambidou while she was making statements in her capacity as spokeswoman for presidential candidate Stavros Malas.Salaforis’ caption read: “That’s how you deliver a statement: leopard-print cardigan, cleavage, slanted pose.”The Facebook post was later deleted, but not before an offended Charalambidou spotted it, grabbed a screenshot and reproduced it on her Twitter feed.“Dear Averof,” she wrote, addressing Disy leader Averof Neophytou, “I am certain that this obscenity and sexism do not represent you.“I had hoped your communications people could engage me with arguments and not in this dismal way. Some lines should not be crossed. But judging from the goings-on in parliament, there is a tradition in such behaviour.”It’s understood the latter comment alluded to an incident in parliament in June 2015, when Charalambidou claimed a Disy MP had tried to take an up-skirt photo of her following an argument.In a statement later on Thursday, Disy said it condemned “in the strongest possible way the indecent and unacceptable publication…at the expense of Ms Irini Charalambidou.“We express grief and outrage. Such actions and mentalities are completely alien to the mores of our party.”The statement ended: “With this kind of behaviour, the staff member in question cannot have any relationship with the party, and the Democratic Rally shall take all necessary steps.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Research Best Compact SUV CarYahoo SearchUndoHepatitis C Treatments I Search AdsResearch About Hepatitis C – The Early Signs Of Hepatitis CHepatitis C Treatments I Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Republic SBA police cooperation nets drugs suspect

first_imgA search operation carried out by Sovereign Base Area Police officers and sniffer dogs in Dhekelia on February 27 led to a wanted man being arrested on possession of a kilo of cannabis in Ayia Napa the following day, the British bases (SBA) said on Tuesday.During the search in the Pyla area within the SBAs, approximately one kilo of what is believed to be cannabis was found close to where the suspect was seen by CyPol officers briefly stopping his car on February 26.After seizing the substance, which could have a street value of between €3,000 and €7,000 depending on its quality, CyPol officers were able to arrest the man on February 28 when he was seen in Ayia Napa.The discovery and subsequent arrest were achieved after CyPol officers followed the man in his car in Xylophagou, within the Republic of Cyprus, towards the SBAs Pyla area.After witnessing him stop his car before fleeing, CyPol officers contacted the SBA Police to carry out a search of the area with them in attendance.Speaking this week, Chief Inspector Panicos Panayi from the SBA Police, said this was another great example of the two forces working together to ensure no one escapes justice.He said: “We have a very close working relationship with our colleagues from CyPol and this is yet another example of that.“There are times when known criminals cross jurisdictions and in those situations, it is very important that we are able to work together as one team to ensure the perpetrators of crime are brought to justice.”In an unrelated incident on March 2, a Cypriot man was arrested in Limassol after he crashed his car in Trachoni – within the SBAs – during a chase with CyPol.The man, who was wanted by CyPol for several crimes, managed to evade capture until he crashed his car within Trachoni.Despite fleeing on foot, after SBA Police officers seized his car, he was forced to go to the police station Akrotiri to check on its damage.After being informed by the SBA Police that he faced charges in both the SBAs for dangerous driving and within the RoC on more serious charges, he subsequently handed himself in to CyPol in Limassol.Chief Inspector Panayi explained: “CyPol had been in hot-pursuit of the man who had jumped three red lights and was driving on the wrong side of the road to avoid being caught.“After driving into the SBAs he crashed his car into the pavement and escaped on foot. However, after he came to the police station to check on the status of his car, he agreed to hand himself into CyPol to answer his charges.”  You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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the good news: Your national leadership is. not good At all Our presidency has been debased by a figure who has a seemingly bottomless appetite for destruction and division and only a passing familiarity with how the constitution works And our Article I branch of government the Congress (thats me) is utterly supine in the face of the moral vandalism that flows from the White House daily I do not think that the founders could have anticipated that the beauty of their invention might someday founder on the rocks of reality television and that the Congress would be such willing accomplices to this calamity Our most ardent enemies doing their worst (and they are doing their worst) couldnt hurt us more than we are hurting ourselves Now you might reasonably ask where is the good news in that Well simply put: We may have hit bottom (Oh and thats also the bad news In a rare convergence the good news and bad news are the same our leadership is not good but it probably cant get much worse) This is it if you have been wondering what the bottom looks like This is what it looks like when you stress-test all of the institutions that undergird our constitutional democracy at the same time You could say that we are witnesses to history and if it were possible to divorce ourselves from the obvious tragedy of this debacle I suppose that might even be interesting from an academic perspective The way some rare diseases are interesting to medical researchers But this is an experience we could and should have avoided Getting to this state of distress did not occur naturally Rather this was thoroughly man-made This disease of our polity is far too serious to not be recognized for what it is the damage it threatens to do to our vital organs is far too great for us to carry on as if all is well All is not well We have a sickness of the spirit To complete the medical metaphor you might say that we are now in critical condition How did we arrive at a moment of such peril wherein a president of the United States publicly threatens on Fox & Friends historians will note to interfere in the administration of justice and seems to think that the office confers on him the ability to decide who and what gets investigated and who and what does not And just this week the President offering an outlandish rationale ordered an investigation into the investigation of the Russian attack on our electoral process not to defend the country against further attacks mind you but to defend himself Obviously ordering investigations is not a legitimate use of presidential power I pick this egregious example of recent presidential conduct not because it is rare in terms of this presidents body of work but because it so perfectly represents what we have tragically grown accustomed to in the past year and a half Who would have thought that we would ever see encouragement coming from the White House for chants at rallies calling for the jailing of a defeated political opponent When you dont even know that there are limits on presidential power then you might not even care when you are abusing that power How did this happen to us And what might we learn from it How did we get swept up in this global resurgence of the authoritarian impulse which now has democracies teetering on the brink strongmen placing themselves above the law and in our own country a leader who reveres some of the most loathsome enemies of democracy in our time Have we really grown tired of democracy Are we watching its passing cheered on by the America First crowd even as we cast aside global institutions that have fostered freedom prosperity and peace for more than a half-century For just a moment let us marvel at the miracle that is the rule of law We have seldom been moved to pause for such an appreciation as we have been too busy taking it for granted and assuming its inviolability like gravity But unlike Newtons Laws the rule of law was neither innate nor inevitable What goes up must come down is a piece of cake compared to curbing the impulses of man and asking free people to abide rules and norms that form a country and foster civilization It took centuries of war and sacrifice and social upheaval and more war and great civil rights struggles to establish the foundational notion that no one is either above the law or unworthy of the protections afforded by a robust legal system a system that took us from feudal servility to a constitutional model that is the envy of the world And will continue to be with your help We trace the beginnings of this radical egalitarianism of the awesome and leveling effect of the law – to the Glorious Revolution of 1688 which saw the death of the divine right of kings as even the monarch from that point forward would be subject to the law and the parliament even threw in a bill of rights for good measure But we are now testing the durability of this idea that William III first had the good sense to agree to an idea which was then forged and tempered over the ensuing centuries And we are seeing its vulnerabilities In other parts of the world where democracys roots are not so deep we are seeing it being torn down with sickening ease and shocking speed And worse we are seeing the rise of simulated democracies Potemkin democracies democracies in appearance and affect only Rule of thumb: If the only acceptable outcome in a matter of law or justice is a result that is satisfactory to the leader then you might live in a democracy that is in trouble If the leader attacks the legitimacy of any institution that does not pay him obeisance say the independent judiciary or the free press then you might live in a democracy that is in trouble Further to that point: when a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesnt suit him "fake news" it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion not the press It will be the work of your generation to make sure that this degradation of democracy does not continue to see to it that our current flirtation with lawlessness and authoritarianism does not become a heritable trait to be passed down from this presidency The rule of law is an elemental value a value that preceded and gave rise to our Constitution It is not an ideology subject to the pendulum swings of politics or something to be given a thumbs-up or thumbs-down in a call-in to your favorite morning show It is the basis of our system of self-governance America without the rule of law is no longer America I am a conservative Republican a throwback from the days when those words actually meant something before the collapse of our politics into the rank tribalism we currently endure My sounding this alarm against a government that was elected under the Republican banner and that calls itself conservative makes me no less Republican or conservative And opposing this president and much of what he stands for is not an act of apostasy it is rather an act of fidelity Because we forget this fact far too often and it bears repeating a thousand times especially in times such as these: Values transcend politics As a conservative Republican I dare say that my idea of government may differ with the beliefs of many of you here today I will be thoroughly presumptuous and assume that in terms of policy prescriptions we disagree on much (Call me crazy) But I have long believed that the only lasting solutions to the problems before us must involve both sides Lawmaking should never be an exercise in revenge because vengeful people are myopic self-interested and not fit to lead I believe that our government should include people who believe as I do just as I believe it must include people who believe as my friend Tim Kaine does or as my friend Cory Booker does to name but two The greatness of our system is that it is designed to be difficult in order to force compromise And when you honor the system and seek to govern in good faith the system works Which brings us back to our current peril It is a testament to our times and to the inflection point that we face that I am here today For setting aside the usual requirements of politics and the usual ways that politics keeps score the things that normally divide us seem trivial compared to the trials that have now been visited upon our democracy In the face of these challenges we agree on something far more important than a legislative program even more important than our thoughts on the proper role of government in the economy and in the lives of individuals: We agree on the need to safeguard the health and survival of constitutional democracy in America and the preservation of the American idea itself at a time when the values underpinning our constitutional system and that extraordinary idea are under threat from the top The values of the Enlightenment that led to the creation of this idea of America this unique experiment in world history are light years removed from the base cruelly transactional brand of politics that in this moment some people mistakenly think is what it means to make America great To be clear we did not become great and will never be great by indulging and encouraging our very worst impulses It doesnt matter how many red caps you sell The historian Jon Meacham in his splendid new book The Soul of America reassures that history shows us that "we are frequently vulnerable to fear bitterness and strife" The good news he says "is that we have come through such darkness before" Perhaps But not with both nuclear weapons and Twitter And certainly not with such an anomalous presidency as this one But I take your point Mr Meacham and am heartened by it We will get through this of course But at the moment we are in it and we must face it squarely Because too much is at stake for us to turn away to leave it to others to defend the things we hold most dear A culminating event such as the election of our current president scrambles normal binary notions of politics and I am as disoriented as many of you are at this dealignment We find that many of the days biggest issues simply dont break down neatly to familiar ideas of left v right but rather more along these lines: Do you believe in democracy or not Are you faithful to your country or to your party Are you loyal to the law and the Constitution or to a man Do you reflexively ascribe the worst motives to your opponents but somehow deny excuse or endorse every repulsive thing your compatriot says does or tweets These questions have sent some of us wandering into the political wilderness And it is in that wilderness where your wonderful letter of invitation reached me Well the wilderness suits me fine In fact I so love the way Washington has become that in recent years during congressional recesses I have taken to stranding myself on deserted islands in the middle of the ocean to detoxify all these feelings of love out of my system I am not kidding I once spent a week alone voluntarily marooned on a tiny island called Jabonwod a remote spit of sand and coconut trees in the central Pacific about 7000 miles from Washington As penance and determined to test my survival skills I brought no food or water relying solely on what I could catch or collect That it turned out was the easier part More difficult was dealing with the stultifying loneliness that set in on the first night and never left me By day three for companionship I began to mark the hermit crabs that wandered through my camp with a number just to see if they would reoccur By the end of the week I had 126 numbered friends I still miss number 72 who rarely left my side after developing an addiction to coconut scraps I was less fond of number 12 who pinched my big toe Now I would not recommend such drastic measures to escape your situation but I hope that should you be presented with the hard choice you too will eschew comfort and set out into the wilderness rather than compromise your conscience From my cautionary tale to you today I urge you to challenge all of your assumptions regularly Recognize the good in your opponents Apologize every now and then Admit to mistakes Forgive and ask for forgiveness Listen more Speak up more for politics sometimes keeps us silent when we should speak And if you find yourself in a herd crane your neck look back there and check out your brand ask yourself if it really suits you From personal experience I can say that its never too late to leave the herd When you peel off from the herd your equilibrium returns Food tastes better You sleep very well Your mind is your own again You cease being captive to some bad impulses and even worse ideas It can strain relationships to be sure and leave you eating alone in the senate dining room every now and then But thats okay To revise and extend a remark the president himself may recognize: You might say that I like people whose minds werent captured That one was for you Senator McCain Were all pulling for you Politically speaking I have not changed my beliefs much at all But my goodness how I have changed How can we live through these abnormal times and not be changed Our country needs us now Our country needs you We need each other and it is a scoundrel who would prosper politically by turning us against each other From our time let us send a message into the future that we did not fail democracy but that we renewed it That a patchwork of populist resentments and authoritarian whims that for a while succeeded in its cynical mission of discord had the ultimate effect of shaking us from our complacency reminding us of who we are and of our responsibilities to each other Of reawakening us to our obligations as citizens Let us be able to say in the future that we faced these forces that would threaten the institutions of our liberty and tear us apart and that we said: NO I leave you today with more good news and bad news This time I will start with the bad news which is: All of this is yours to fix All of it And that of course is also the good news: All of this is yours to fix and our country could not be more fortunate than to have people of your high character strong principle and awesome talent soon taking the helm I grew up as a kid on the F-Bar Ranch in rural Arizona and if we needed to gauge the condition of the range or to measure the damage after a flood we would find the highest hill or butte and ride our horses to the top From such a vista we could dispatch cowboys to gather cattle machinery to shore up roads or workers to repair fences to restore some semblance of order There are no tall buttes in Washington But it is nonetheless our obligation to assess the condition of our politics then to mitigate and repair the damage It is the story of America though that we will be better for the hard lessons of this experience We are much better and more decent than Washington shows us to be We are a good people And we are a deeply resourceful and resilient nation and our greatness is based on no one man no one man who "alone can fix it" but rather on enduring ideas of self-governance and the rule of law that have been a model for the world for centuries Ideas that can be mocked but not marred No there are no high buttes in Washington but still we must gain the high ground and survey the damage And the thing about gaining the high ground is from up there you can see beyond the damage too You can see everything Everything that is good and decent That is the job before us to get through this and beyond it And youre just the ones to take us there Thank you And once again congratulations to the Harvard Law Class of 2018 Write to Katie Reilly at KatieReilly@timecom” Our farms are not for cows refused” Beth Lipton Trader Joe’s Go Raw Trek Mix ($6 for 16 oz You might pay less for barley in a bulk bin68% of the total sample like diabetes and gastroesophageal reflux disease gives a first glimpse at an answer The circular reads: “I am directed to write and inform all state chapters that organized Labour 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