Monday, July 25, 2016

How Brand Marketers Increase Loyalty and Reach

Sponsored News - Did you know that advertisers spend more than $400 billion in the United States to help influence consumers and businesses to purchase goods and services; promote brands and causes, and take action?
Although an advertising jingle may stick in your head, it's a company's logo and brand promise imprinted on your favorite pen, USB drive or travel mug that serves as a daily reminder of a company that is often kept and used for years.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Conservation, renovation on Sri Lankan PM’s mind

Conservation of recent buildings and concrete renovation were on prime of the mind of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, once he visited the National Gallery and took a ship ride on the Singapore stream. He was keen to search out out however recent courtrooms and workplace areas were reborn into galleries to deal with first art, and the way the heavily-polluted stream was reworked and its surroundings redeveloped, the Straits Times reported . The National Gallery aforementioned it had been its initial time hosting an overseas leader with such a pointy specialize in heritage and conservation. Curators Lim Shujuan and Shabbir Hussain Mustafa were his guides.Ms Lim, in relating the building’s history, explained however a carpark was reborn to link the previous hall with the Supreme Court. The guests additionally toured the cells that accustomed hold suspects looking ahead to their court hearing and also the hall Chamber wherever the primary

4 Basic Exercises to Help Older Adults Improve Strength and Balance

(NewsUSA) - As you grow older, being physically active is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy. Whether you're well into your golden years, a baby boomer or younger, studies show regular exercise can lower your risk of heart disease, some cancers, diabetes and dementia. It also helps improve your mood, energy level and overall well-being.

"The great thing is, no matter what your age, size or fitness level, it's never too late to start exercising," said Jaza Marina, M.D., a Kaiser Permanente physician who specializes in elder care. "We strongly recommend seniors do exercises that maintain strength, balance and flexibility. Our goal is to reduce their risk of falls and injuries, so they can stay healthy and independent."

Saturday, July 9, 2016

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Preparing 21st Century Enterprises for Success in the Digital Age

It is no longer a brave new world for businesses. The digital age is here, and if experts are to be believed, businesses that have not already embraced this opportunity, risk joining those companies that refuse to adapt, and consequently are rapidly losing customers and revenue.
Consider this: according to the statistical website, during 2015, S&P 500 companies as a group lost 3 percent in sales and 15 percent in earnings. At the same time, "Unicorn" private sectors companies, which are valued at more than $1 billion, including organizations such as Uber and Airbnb, are transforming the global business landscape in the digital age and quickly stepping over the old guard.

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Encryption - Why It Matters to You

Much ado has been made about encryption lately. And on some level, you probably understand it. Sort of.
You might know, for instance, that the FBI and Apple have tangled over it. (Apple won.) Most large companies like Google and Facebook support Apple's position. And that encryption keeps your "stuff" safe from prying eyes.
The problem is that the idea of privacy is just that these days -- an idea.
"The way technology is woven into our daily lives, you can't do without it," Amy Danker, an employee at Epic Wines and Spirits, told the Oakland Tribune in a recent interview. "So what's your other option? Are you gonna go back to a pager? I just assume that all my private information is already available through my IP ad-dress. You don't even think privacy exists, because it doesn't anymore, right?"
Natalie Plotnikova agrees, saying the arm of the law is getting too long. "I don't really like it," Plotnikova told the Oakland Tribune as she waited to be cleared through security at the Federal Building in San Jose.

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Encryption Technology for Your Privacy

(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - Encryption and controversy seem to go hand in hand lately in the technology community. Case in point: When The FBI sought to compel Apple to assist in unlocking a cell phone in the case of the San Bernardino shooter last December. Ultimately the FBI was denied its request by a California district court.
This type of technology can be a gray area, yet one that tech companies take seriously.
On the one hand, the government insists it needs access to technology in which crimes have been perpetrated, noting that encryption also allows terrorists to communicate in ways that agencies can't track -- all the while, using encryption to secure its own communication. Privacy advocates argue that if the government is using it, private citizens should be allowed to as well, without prying eyes looking over their collective shoulder.
To that point, one company that has come down firmly on the side of citizens and their right to privacy is VirnetX. The software and technology company said it believes in personal privacy and that strong encryption is imperative in protecting those rights.
VirnetX has been so focused on providing secure communications using encryption that it designed an app called Gabriel. Gabriel uses encryption technology derived from a CIA national security project, and is one of a kind.