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Barriers to reproductive health care for migrant women in Geneva: a qualitative study

Migrant mothers in developed countries often experience more complicated pregnancy outcomes and less fewer women access preventive gynecology services. To enlighten health care providers to potential barriers,...

Rift VR 'Can't Reach Oculus Runtime Service' Error

UPDATE #1: Quick update: We're still actively working on an issue with our software certification. We're looking at a few different ways to resolve the issue and will share updates. We recommend you wait until we provide an official fix. Show More Summary

Mix 'n' Bake Confectionery & School

MIX 'N' BAKE is a multi-skilled professional service firm, registered in Nigeria to provide a range of services from confectionery, training and sales of a wide array of baking, cake decorating and sugarcraft ingredients and tools...[more]

After declaring a state of emergency, Sri Lanka has banned Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp

The Sri Lankan government has banned the use of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. The government asked internet service providers to block messaging apps after the discovery of Facebook posts encouraging violence towards the country's...Show More Summary

Medsphere Moves CareVue EHR to Amazon Cloud

Medsphere Systems Corporation, a provider of affordable and interoperable healthcare information technology (IT) solutions and services, has migrated the company’s CareVue electronic health record (EHR) solution to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Show More Summary

When fee-pressured audit offices focus on non-audit services, financial statements suffer, study sho

Firms hire auditors to create independent assessments of their financial statements, providing assurance to investors and outside parties that they are free from material misstatement. However -- especially since the economic downturn -- companies pressure auditors to lower their fees as a way to reduce costs. Show More Summary

Mighty has raised $9M to build a CRM for legal and medical funders

What’s better than building a company in a fast growing industry? Building a service provider for all the other companies in that fast growing industry. While Mighty started as a plaintiff financing platform it’s shifted to a software company that’s building an “operating system for legal and medical founders”. Essentially the startup has created a CRM-like tool… Read More

Where To Find Genuine Web Hosting Research?

last weekTechnology : Fromdev

Website hosting can be broadly described as a service that enables individuals as well as organizations to serve their website on the internet. It can be further defined as a service that provides storage on special computers known as servers.  The web hosts offer connectivity and data center space on the internet. Show More Summary

The 111th New York Volunteer Infantry: A Civil War History

by Martin W. HuskFrom the publisher:This regimental history follows the 111th New York Volunteer Infantry's service from muster through victory, with many first-hand accounts and primary sources. It provides details on the towns from which the regiment was organized and examines the men who served in its ranks. Show More Summary

Court Rules: Common-Carrier Status Won’t Protect ISPs From FTC Regulation

A federal court has ruled on an FTC vs. AT&T case that threatened to leave telecom providers free to conduct unfair business practices in their broadband services by letting them fall into a regulatory gap.

The Revolution of Purchasing: Part I

Three years ago, SI published a guest post on The Evolution of Purchasing from Lisa Nyce of Source One Management Services, a provider of sourcing consultancy and category management services that has been in the game for a very long time compared to many of the niche consultancies out there. In this post, she noted […]

NY AG proceeds against Charter for throttling providers while boasting of internet speeds

last weekIndustries / Law : 43(B)log

People v. Charter Communications, Inc., No. 450318/2017 (N.Y. Sup. Ct. Feb. 16, 2018) Charter allegedly defrauded New York consumers by promising high-speed Internet services and reliable access to online content that it knew it couldn’t or wouldn’t deliver, in violation of Section 53(12) of the NY Executive Law and sections 349 and 350 of the GBL. Show More Summary

Uber Launches Uber Health, an On-Demand Medical Transportation Service for Patients

Uber, today announced the launch of Uber Health, a HIPAA-compliant service that lets health providers book rides for patients. According to the Transit Cooperative Research Program, a federally funded independent research entity, the non-medical-emergency medical transportation market is worth more than $3 billion. Show More Summary

With Spotify, Google Cloud Platform gets its anchor all-in customer

Spotify to Google Cloud Platform may become what Netflix was to Amazon Web Services: An all clear signal to enterprises to move more workloads to the cloud provider.

Fraser Yachts Significantly Increases its Presence in Asia

last weekLifestyle / Luxury : Luxuo

The world's largest luxury yacht service provider, Fraser, has expanded its operation by opening new offices, along with the existing bases in Singapore and Sydney to support the yachts and penetrate the market further. The post Fraser Yachts Significantly Increases its Presence in Asia appeared first on LUXUO.

LUFTHANSA Updates A380 Service Details From Munich

With the start of A380 service from Munich only a few weeks away, Lufthansa and Munich Airport provide an update for passengers.

Gary Sloper on the evolving role of DNS in building resilient infrastructure

The O’Reilly Podcast: Modern day DNS for hybrid cloud, intelligent traffic steering, and DevOps. Modern-day DNS goes beyond a simple internet “phone book” service to provide dynamic traffic management, flexibility, and performance. In...Show More Summary

Court Says FTC Can Go After AT&T for Data-Speed Slow-Downs

The FTC can gun for AT&T once again, according to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which says the agency has the purview to regulate large internet service providers. The case reaches way back to 2014 when the FTC first sued AT&T over throttling users' mobile data speeds without properly informing them. Show More Summary

Comcast offers $31 billion for European pay-TV giant Sky

Comcast Corp. has launched a $31-billion bid to acquire European pay-TV provider Sky in an aggressive move to wrest the service away from Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox — and the Walt Disney Co. Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal, wants to expand its international television portfolio. The London-based...

The Government Is Whining About Encryption - Again

The Minister for Home Affairs, Petter Dutton, has flagged that he plans to introduce legislation to the parliament that will compel companies that provide end-to-end encryption on products and services to decrypt communications and data when requested. Show More Summary

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