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Office 365 administration announcements: new admin center reaches general availability and introducing the Service health dashboard

The new admin center provides admins with an improved management experience that makes it easier and faster for you to manage Office 365. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re taking the new Office 365 admin center out of preview. Show More Summary

U.S. fights African poaching as consumer demand for products prompts elephant, rhino slaughter

Who knew the wildlife in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) included elephants and rhinos? Unfortunately, too many of them are dead. FWS, generally focused on homegrown critters, co-chairs an interagency task force, along with the State and Justice departments. Show More Summary

BREAKING: Pecheneg PKP BULLPUP Machine Gun

The PETCHENEG (PKP) is 7.62x54mm general purpose machine gun (GPMG) that entered service in 2001. It is a favorite weapon of the Russian armed forces and the Russian Ministry of Interior. These users requested a more compact version for use in urban combat or when traveling in tight spaces (armored vehicles, helicopters, etc.). Show More Summary

General Hospital’ Spoilers: Port Charles Says Goodbye To Sabrina: Will Paul Make A Surprising Confession At Her Funeral?

Friday’s episode of General Hospital is expected to be a real tearjerker. It is the day of Sabrina Santiago’s funeral service, and Port Charles will be mourning the loss of a beautiful person and remembering her sweet soul. Her tragic death has hit everyone hard and has forced the hands of Tracy and Monica to... Show More Summary

#FlashbackFriday 1980: Some little-known Mayo statistics

This article first appeared in June 1980, in the publication Mayovox. During 1979 the Mayo Medical Museum hosted 107,680 visitors, the Section of Photography produced 216,635 slides and 10 vehicles assigned to General Service for messenger and passenger service were driven a total of 168,653 miles. Although these rather obscure statistics may seem unrelated, they have […]

NHS will remain free to use and funded by general taxation, government says

Reaffirmation comes in response to OBR projections laying out ever larger sums service will need in coming decades The NHS will remain funded from general taxation and free for patients to use, the government has pledged, in a statement that appears to rule out the introduction of charges to access care. Show More Summary

Microsoft announces general availability of Azure from datacenters in Germany

Microsoft last year announced their plans to deliver the Microsoft Cloud services including Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online from two new datacenter regions, located in Magdeburg and Frankfurt am Main, Germany. German data trustee, Deutsche Telekom, will control and oversee all access to customer data in these data centers. This will protect customers from […]

Goldfein Names Three One-Stars to Drive Air Force Reform Effort

Blurb: Three Air Force brigadier generals have been named to meet the ambitious plans for revitalizing the service.

EpiPen's maker has another problem on its hands (MYL)

Members of the Senate Finance Committee have questions about EpiPen-maker Mylan's relationship with Medicaid. They just sent a letter to Daniel Levinson, the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services to inquire...Show More Summary

Hundreds mistakenly granted citizenship due to records gaffe

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The Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General released a report that found that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...        

A vintage “Motor Service’s Automotive Encyclopedia” is still a great read

In the early 1980s, this was the first book that I read to learn about how cars work and how to service them. Published by Goodheart-Willcox Co. of Chicago, this 1970 edition belonged to my father who, now retired, was a General Motors automotive technician for nearly three decades. There’s a turbocharged aluminum 215 Oldsmobile […]

Estimating Ridership of Rural Demand-Response Transit Services for the General Public

The objective of this study is to develop a model for estimating demand for rural demand-response transit services for the general public. Lack of data for demand-response service characteristics and geographic coverage has limited the development of such models. This study developed two models for estimating demand. […]

The Age of the Smart Data Center

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Adam Siegel, Vice President of Networks and Service Providers, vXchnge, and Michael Zody, General Manager, Northeast, Level 3 What does it take to run a smart data center? Think about it. For many businesses, the data center is the heart of software technology—the “thing” enabling businesses to do more, efficiently […]

GoDaddy announces Domain Connect protocol, Microsoft joins it as a service provider

Whenever you own a domain and need to configure a service for that domain, it involves updating DNS records. Many general consumers find this process difficult as they are not aware of what an “A Record” is. GoDaddy is now trying to solve this problem with a new protocol called Domain Connect. Domain Connect is a […]

Lawsuit Alleges Contractors For Start-Up Cleaning Service Robbed Customers

The D.C. Attorney General is accusing New York based company Handy of not conducting proper background checks. [ more › ]

#AM_Equality Tip Sheet: September 16, 2016

IN TODAY’S EDITION: HRC and EqualityNC endorse candidates for the NC General Assembly… Hillary Clinton stands up for LGBT teens and blasts McCrory on the campaign trail… First openly transgender service member promoted… Two confess in...Show More Summary

Newswire: Pandora is launching a new $5 ad-free service

Pandora’s been a weird outlier in the streaming music market for years now, generally playing second fiddle to on-demand services like Spotify or Apple Music. That’s mostly thanks to the company’s unique business model, which allowsShow More Summary

The smart money is heading to Rio – now

The general expectation is that there will be a tourism boom during a large event such as the Olympics. However, the smart money realises that the exceptional demand on services raises costs to unjustified levels whilst simultaneously reducing the quality of services on offer (the best of the best being reserved for so-called VIPs). Show More Summary

Pittsburgh residents get ready for driverless Uber cars

Very soon, residents of this hilly city will become the first Americans to test out Uber's self-driving car service. It is a historic moment not just for the ride-hailing company, but also for robotic cars in general. For many people, the technology will finally become a reality, one they can touch...

We asked Pittsburgh residents how they feel about Uber’s driverless cars. Here’s what they told us.

PITTSBURGH — Very soon, residents of this hilly city will become the first Americans to test out Uber's self-driving car service. It's a historic moment not just for the ride-hailing company, but for robotic cars in general: For many people, this will be when the technology becomes a reality, one they can touch and experience for themselves rather than […]

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