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Tony Grayson Discusses Putting an End to Human Error in Data...

Over the past decade, human error has played a significant role in most of the industry’s Data Center outages. According to a 2021 Uptime Institute Annual Outage Analysis, an aggregated year-on-year average of 63% of failures are due to human error.

Please Nominate Mike’s Seafood for the Best of the Press

Please Nominate Mike's Seafood the following three categories...

Tranell Morant Provides Tips for Improving Business Communication Through Recent COVID...

Business professionals that are continuing to push their teams towards their goals during the pandemic realize that there are many obstacles that can impede proper business communication.

Naomi Soldon of Soldon McCoy on the Workplace Issues Unions Want...

Since the Industrial Revolution, labor unions have fought on behalf of employees to secure improvement within the workplace. While most unions were formed within the manufacturing industry in companies such as steel mills, mines, and textile factories, in the 21st-century, unions have spread across numerous industries.

How Will 5G Change Ocean City?

Since Memorial Day, it would seem that those along Jersey Shore and those in Ocean City now have access to 5G tech. The company have done this to try and build up to the official start of summer.  Mobile handoffs, which is when a data session moves from one site to another have increased by nearly 30% by January. They have increased even more in the last few weeks.

Geno’s Steaks On the Rise of Food Delivery Services Amongst Philadelphia...

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants across the United States were forced to rely on food delivery services to keep their doors open largely due to social distancing and shelter in place orders. While food delivery was already a highly successful industry, growing 300% faster than dine-in traffic, delivery and takeout became a necessary lifeline for restaurants looking to stay open through the pandemic.

RODA Receives NOAA Fisheries Grant

The Responsible Offshore Development Alliance (RODA), a broad membership-based coalition of fishing industry associations and fishing companies, has received an additional $155,000 grant from NOAA Fisheries to conduct a second “Synthesis Of the Science” symposium on floating offshore wind interactions with fisheries. This funding builds upon the $150,000 grant the agency awarded to RODA in 2020 to conduct the first-of-its-kind symposium on the current science regarding fisheries and offshore wind interactions. The symposium was a great success, and this next iteration will continue to advance the agency, fishing industry, offshore wind energy developer, and public understanding of existing research and needs by specifically focusing on new floating offshore wind energy technology...

Avoid These 6 Common Pitfalls While Placing Bets Online

In life, you learn from your mistakes, but in online games, there is no chance to learn and rectify. Once you make a mistake you need to pay for it in any way. But there are certain measures which you can take so that you can avoid the pitfalls while placing bets.

Casting Talent Online UK Discusses Common Misconceptions Regarding Modeling, Acting, and...

Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions regarding the entertainment and fashion industry that continue to prevent many men and women from pursuing their ideal careers. Whether it be body composition, age, or prior experience, many individuals are hesitant to audition for modeling, acting, or working as an extra. 

Daniel Pena Giraldi of Construction Company Stambul Discusses Upcoming 2021 Hurricane...

This past week marked the official start to the 2021 Hurricane Season, which is expected to last from June 1st to November 30th. According to leading storm resource Tropical Storm Risk, the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season is expected to bring eighteen named storms, nine hurricanes, and four major hurricanes within the 3+ category. This report shows a 30-35% increase in storm activity above the long-range norm, meaning homeowners must take additional precautions to fortify their homes this hurricane season.