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Entries for July, 2016

Cloud Computing Is More Than Just A Tech Shift

Howard County Council Honors Columbia-Based greeNEWit for Being Selected as a Top 100 Small Business in America

ManageEngine Earns Top Value Score in Info-Tech ITAM Research

Colossi’s Crowd Games take on VR at the VRLA Summer Expo

Climate change drives tribal conflict in Kenya

California firefighters hopeful on slowing Big Sur blaze

May had objections to Hinkley Point, says Cable

Plastic bag use plummets in England since 5p charge

Best of Both Worlds: Arbin Instruments Partners with Gamry

CloudOYE Presenting Highly Scalable, Affordable And Secure Cloud CDN Solutions

Future Electronics Hosts Microsemi Boot Camp Training

Debate needed on 1.5C temperature target

Systech and GPSengine forge new partnership in telematics space

English Bulldog health problems prompt cross-breeding call

MH370: Missing jet ‘could be further north’

Director of Ecosmob Exploring Business Opportunities In Mobile App Development

iKON Tracker, the Ultimate Tracking and SELFIE Device, Ends the Frustration of Losing Items and Keeps Valuables Traceable in Every Location

Sophos First to Introduce Always-On File Encryption for Data Shared Across Windows, Mac, iOS and Android Platforms

Cisco 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report Predicts Next Generation of Ransomware; New Tactics Emerging to Maximize Profit

Zephyr Securities Appoints Singaporean Management and Announces the Opening of Future New Office

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot ‘roars with heat’

ASUSTOR Launches Comprehensive Security Upgrades with ADM 2.6.3

Future Electronics and President Robert Miller Congratulate Mike Bialek on 30 Year Anniversary

Royal Society head calls for ‘underwriting’ of research

Dolly the sheep’s siblings ‘healthy’

Czech It Out

SSDN has received ISO:2016 award, for it’s high quality MAC OS Training program and Infrastructure

CDN Solutions Group to Reveal IT Potential @ CeBIT Bilisim Eurasia 2016

Climate change of heart

A blanket of smoke from fires in Siberia is so huge it can be seen from nearly 1 million miles away in space