By Abby Laub The modern workplace is chock full of opportunities to streamline resources, utilize data to make money, speed up communication and understand future outcomes. But these benefits also present some unique challenges: things like cyber security, data headaches and technology breakdowns. But thanks to top notch technology firms and good old-fashioned business skills, Central Kentucky’s businesses big and small can run smoothly. Joe Danaher, vice president of service at Lexington-based Integrity IT, said one of the biggest trends the firm has seen among its clients is the move to “hybrid environments where they are retaining on-premise servers but they are also migrating some applications to the cloud.” Updating technology – whether that is moving to cloud based environments or installing new security measures or simply overhauling employee workspaces to improve productivity – is a big sticking point for CEOs of large operations and startups … [Read more...] about Central Kentucky’s business solutions experts cater to everyone, big or small
Siem business case
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Is an annual travel insurance policy right for you? Most annual travel insurance policies come with significant restrictions and limitations, and can be difficult to find. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Christopher Elliott, Special to USA TODAY Published 6:00 p.m. ET April 1, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Tips and tricks all travelers should know Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. How to book a hotel the smart way: 1. Start with a thorough search. Check an online travel agency like Expedia or Booking.com or call your travel agent. Check the … [Read more...] about Is an annual travel insurance policy right for you?
Driving the Day FIRST IN PLAYBOOK -- -- PRESIDENT TRUMP’S WEEK: Monday: The president will have lunch with the Senate Finance Committee to talk about tax reform. He’ll also meet with Defense Secretary James Mattis. Tuesday: The president will go to Capitol Hill to attend the Senate Republican lunch. He’ll also meet with congressional leadership. Thursday: Trump and the first lady will light the National Christmas Tree. Friday: Trump is lunching with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Mattis. BREAKING … AP: “FBI failed to tell scores of U.S. officials they were targets of Russia-aligned hacking campaign,” by Raphael Satter, Jeff Donn and Desmond Butler: “The FBI failed to notify scores of U.S. officials that Russian hackers were trying to break into their personal Gmail accounts despite having evidence for at least a year that the targets were in the Kremlin’s crosshairs, The Associated Press has found.Story Continued Below … [Read more...] about AP: FBI failed to tell officials they were targets of Russia hacks — TRUMP re-ups against DOUG JONES — PELOSI sticks by Conyers — WASHINGTON’S December crush — DAN SCHWERIN wedding
Mohamedou Slahi says his first few years at Guantanamo Bay were rough. He was interrogated for 70 straight days, almost around the clock. He says he was dragged from his cell, put on a boat, and forced to drink salt water until he choked. His uniform was packed with ice until he shook uncontrollably from the cold. Then, he says, he was beaten. This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent Holly Williams speaks with Slahi at his home in Mauritania, where he returned after being released in October. He spent 14 years behind bars in Gitmo, though the United States never charged him with a crime, and he has maintained he never had anything to do with terrorism. Slahi now says he isn't resentful. "Anger is very painful in the heart," he tells Williams in the video above. "So why should I be angry? Why should I pay twice?" Williams tells 60 Minutes Overtime's Ann Silvio that she thinks Slahi's forgiveness is genuine. Americans may have imprisoned and tortured him — but Americans also … [Read more...] about Tortured at Guantanamo, former inmate finds forgiveness
TWO retired Brits are accused of molesting TWELVE teenage boys in Cambodia after allegedly luring them back to their swimming pool. Leslie Peter Henman, 63, and David Malcolm Brock, 65, allegedly invited boys aged between 13 and 15 back to their property before assaulting them. They are accused of enticing the boys with money and school books before carrying out the alleged assaults in the home they shared in Siem Reap, a resort town in northwestern Cambodia. On February 23 they were charged with indecent acts against minors under the age of 15 and remanded in custody. Police said the two British nationals had been living in Cambodia on retirement visas for around two years. Leslie Peter Henman, originally from Surrey, was listed as director of S.J.S Publishing Services Ltd in 1991 and Fleet Paper Ltd in 1994 until 1998. Officials are now setting up a joint task force to investigate the case before trial and track down more potential witnesses and alleged victims. Police chief Chea … [Read more...] about Two British men face jail after ‘molesting teenage boys in Cambodia’