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Blaine, WA (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
We all know that awful feeling rising in our stomachs when we experience the Windows Blue Screen of Death. A million thoughts come racing into our heads about the potential loss of data and the tedious task of fixing the PC. Although crashes are as old as computers, Horizon DataSys has now perfected its Roll-Back technology that could finally send system crashes to the same landfill where floppy disks have been dumped.
The Horizon DataSys development team was in attendance at Interop 2013 in Las Vegas last week where they offered a “Crash and Win” contest. The promotion encouraged the advanced IT community to crash a fully-functional computer which was protected with RollBack Rx version 10.1 (beta). We chose to launch our beta at Interop, because we wanted the tech community to put RollBack Rx through its most rigorous testing, stated Andrew Shen, VP of Software Development. The techs that attend Interop are a savvy group, very creative and knowledgeable. But even they’ve been unsuccessful at crashing a typical PC to a point where it’s unrecoverable. The new RollBack Rx v10.1 Beta passed with flying colors as it was always able to restore the computer back to an earlier point in time within seconds without losing any critical data.
Watch the live demonstration performed at Interop Las Vegas 2013
The Horizon DataSys booth was a big draw for IT professionals who are familiar with restoring workstations using time-intensive legacy techniques such as formatting, imaging, and re-installing Windows from scratch. They were amazed at the speed of RollBack Rx as well as how it was able to recover files from a crashed computer state all within mere seconds.
RollBack Rx is already an industry-leading solution that’s being used by organizations such as Intel, NVidia, NCR, and Bloomberg to maintain their enterprise end-point workstations and to keep them optimally configured. “RollBack Rx is really indispensable in any environment where a crash or sub-optimal performance could mean costly downtime and servicing,” explains Lyle Patel, the President. “But at $ 69 for a single user licence it’s something anyone with a PC can afford.”
RollBack Rx makes crashproofing PCs easy. Its latest build RollBack Rx v10.1 will have over 180 additional enhancements from its previous version. RollBack Rx is marketed as a replacement for Windows System Restore (now called Windows Refresh and Reset in Windows 8) and its “snapshots” are akin to Windows restore points, enabling the complete restoration of the hard drive back to an unlimited number of system states. In brief, RollBack Rx is an instant PC Time Machine, making PCs uncrashable.
RollBack Rx v10.1 is scheduled for official launch toward the end of 2013 Q2. It’s currently undergoing extensive beta testing. Among many other new features, RollBack Rx v10.1 will offer full GPT partition support, enhanced SSD compatibility, UEFI BIOS integration, protection for multiple physical hard drives, and full functionality on Windows 8 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Additionally, RollBack Rx v10.1 in conjunction with Horizon DataSys’ Drive Cloner version 6 will also enable users to capture RollBack Rx snapshots onto Drive Cloner images to facilitate off-site backup and storage.
Horizon Datasys will next be displaying their technology at the CeBit summit in Sydney, Australia, the EduTECH 2013 Conference in Brisbane, Australia, and the Educar Educador Conference in Brazil. The “Crash and Win” challenge will be extended to all attendees at these events:
What: Educar Educador 2013
Where: Booth 58B at the Imigrantes Exhibition Center, Sao Paulo, Brazil
When: May 22-25, 2013
What CeBit 2013 Summit:
When: May 28-30, 2013
Where: Booth D02, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
What: EduTECH 2013
When: June 3-4, 2013
Where: Booth #33, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Center
About Horizon DataSys:
Horizon DataSys Corporation is a privately held software company headquartered in Blaine, Washingon which develops, publishes, and distributes branded computer software applications specializings in end-point PC management, OS integrity, and instant restore.
Fun fact: you probably did not know that Jocelyn of Studio Mathewes Photography has been advertising with APW longer than any other advertiser, ever-ever. Like, advertising nonstop since more or less the dawn of this project. Crazy, right? And cool? Jocelyn has been hanging out around these parts since the blog was just six months old, and she found me, fell in love with APW and everything it stood for, and demanded that I let her advertise and work with you guys right away. Which is to say, she understands APWers better than anyone, and she gets you. That, and her photos are so amazing there is no possible way you can’t get her right back. But here is the best part: Studio Mathewes Photography is including travel fees for the US in all pricing for 2013, so most of you can have her as your wedding photographer! Wheeee!
But, there is bigger news than that.φορεματα
Even though Studio Mathewes Photography is shooting weddings all over the US, Jocelyn is thrilled to announce that she’s moving to the South, and she is ready to dive in with you Southern APWers to build something brand new together. She told me, “My big business news is that I’m MOVING to Johnson City, Tennessee! This is an exciting time for me and my family, as I’ve always been a bit of a mountain girl. I grew up camping every summer in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for all our vacations, and this will put us right next to the Appalachians. I’ll miss the Northeast (where I grew up) of course, but I look forward to getting to know a new set of locals, with their own traditions and tastes. This past weekend (when I found out where we were moving), I snuck online to the vendor director and searched for photographers in the South, and found myself in great company. Here I am, folks, ready to travel and see new places and meet new faces! And if there are any APW readers getting married within 100 miles of Johnson City, I’d love to extend to them a big warm hello by offering them half off my add-on film coverage (from $495 down to $249) until the end of 2012.” Yay, you guys, get on that!
But more important than all that is Jocelyn’s work. She has the eye of a classic photographer (in all the best possible ways) and will nail deeply elegant, really sophisticated shots. She’s got the photojournalist’s touch, capturing the truthful moments that go by in a flash. And like the best photographers in this community, she has a sense of humor, a sense of play, an ability to capture you as you really are, and a phenomenal ability to capture pure emotion. You know: the things that really matter.
And since Jocelyn and Studio Mathewes Photography has been around APW from the very beginning, she gets you and loves you in a way that is deeply reflected in her business and her art. She says, “I think my absolute favorite thing about working with APW couples is that they’re thoughtful and grounded people. I really, truly enjoy listening to their stories and learning about their own journeys in life. And I’m a storyteller, really. I had two majors in college—English Literature and Studio Art; both of those things have to do with people, characters, and ideas. I want to convey the essence of the people that are in front of me, no matter where I am.” Plus, she just flat-out likes you guys a whole lot. She told me, “APW couples generally don’t stress—they’re focused on the things in life that Really Matter, and that makes them an absolute pleasure to get to know, observe, and document. They’re just really interesting people, which means great subject matter. I also just like to hang with geeks and quirky/goofy people too.”
And beyond all that, you’re just going to love Jocelyn.gallakjoler
Plus size dresses For goodness sake, her professional bio starts, “At age 12, (when the Internet was still young and only for nerds), I designed my first website. It was a primer on a fictional planet, called B!, where combustible sheep and magic cheerios grew on shrubs. The best number in the entire universe is three. The best color: all of them, or none. One of my favorite words: jipijapa. It just sounds right.” I mean right?
So Tennessee, please welcome your first APW sponsor photographer ever. abendkleider
hääpuvutAnd all of the US? Studio Mathewes Photography is yours for the taking. No travel fees. (Send pictures.)
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Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) March 27, 2013
While the temperature raises in the Northern Hemisphere, flowers start to show their colors and trees break out in full bloom. April is often overlooked for travel, but for some it is the perfect time of year to sample the romance of Paris, the taste of Istanbul or the history of Shanghai. LuxeInACity, a luxury travel magazine has curated their top ten list of the best places to travel in April 2013. Hand-picked by a team who has traveled to over 70 countries, this list is just a sample of amazing spring breaks that should be on everyone mind.
Top 10 Best places to travel in April 2013
1- Istanbul, Turkey: Filled with rich history and enticing foods, Istanbul can take weeks to be fully explored. Spend a day discovering the Blue Mosque and Haghia Sophia, two exquisite architectural marvel, then head to the Grand Bazaar for some eclectic evening shopping and dining.
2- Amsterdam, Netherlands: Travel the waterways of this enchanting city as you watch over thousands of cyclist making their way back home. A city of museums and festivities, don’t miss out on Amsterdam biggest party, the Dutch’s Queen’s birthday celebration, held on or around April 30th.
3- Shanghai, China: A trip to Shanghai is an unforgettable journey filled with a mixture of traditional experiences mixed with modern entertainment. Take a ride up a skyscraper then a stroll in the Old City to fully appreciate the duality of this marvelous city.
4- Paris, France: Love is in the air throughout the year in Paris, but April is filled with blossoming chestnuts and a sense of new beginning. Take a promenade down the Seine, an elevator ride up the Eiffel tower and dance the night away in this amorous city.
5- Kyoto, Japan: Coming alive in springtime, Kyoto is famous for its cherry blossom season which provides a magical backdrop to the city’s many temples and shrines. Take some time out to chill by walking around the city’s many alluring sides.
6- Athens, Greece: Captivating with its rich history and famous sites, Athens is best visited when everyone else is home. Explore the ancients ruins and nearby hills, take a ride to Cape Sounion to see the famous sunset at Temple of Poseidon then finish the night off enjoying a seafood dinner at Mikrolimano harbor.
7- Cairo, Egypt: Fascinating with its iconic pyramids and captivating mummies, Cairo will always remain a enthralling city that will bring out the Indiana Jones in anyone.
8- Petra, Jordan: Surpassing all expectations, calling Petra dramatic is an understatement. This unique capital of a vanished civilization can be best explored with a side trip to the splendid desert of the nearby Wadi Rum.
9-Madagascar: With an abundance of animal species that are unique to the island, Madagascar is an enchanting place where luxury hotels famed for their five-star service collide with an array of rugged outdoor experiences.
10- Cinque Terre, Italy: Considered by some as the best day hike, Cinque Terre is a series of five sea-hanging villages that are only accessible by train or walking. From the village of Riomaggiore, walk the Via dell’Amore to nearby Manarola, a famous & romantic path that is carved into the rock.
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Today I’m delighted (delighted!) to write a post for Jocelyn of Studio Mathewes Photography, who runs her studio in Boston (and still shoots a heck of a lot of weddings in the Baltimore area, where she used to live). Jocelyn has been advertising with APW almost since the beginning (I just did a little count, and there are only one or two advertisers that have been with us longer). She’s been with APW since the beginning because she fundamentally believes in what we’re doing here, and gets you guys, and loves you. That, and she takes phenomenal pictures, which makes you extra lucky.
And, the other thing that makes you extra lucky is that she’s offering a trouwjurken
Hääpuvut totally crazy-in-love-with-you-all discount. She told me that, “Any APW couple (with any wedding date) who books before April Fool’s Day gets 25% off the entire package. I like APW folks.” And, um, you guys? That’s a HUGE discount, and you should get on it.
When I asked Jocelyn why she liked APW couples so much, she said, “I love working with, talking to, hanging out with all the folks on APW because they’ve got their brains and hearts in the right place: melded together in a perfect blend of unity. It’s easy to get wrapped up in wedding madness, and the people on APW know that, acknowledge that, and are amazingly intentional about crafting their weddings–and their lives–into meaningful and beautiful events (and I’m not just talking photo-pretty).”
photos are the real deal. They have this in-the-moment photojournalism mixed with a real sense of joy and whimsy. She captures the real moment’s you don’t want to forget: the grins, the hugs, the smooches, all with this precise and lovely artistic eye. Everything is framed beautifully, and there is such a delightful interplay of color and light.
I asked Jocelyn what her artistic philosophy was for Studio Mathewes Photography, and what she said was so wise that I think it sums up the whole philosophy of APW. She said, “Use what you have around you to your best advantage. Quit it with thinking about buying the next new amazing thing that will totally change your life or art (editors note: or wedding). Often, it’s simply a matter of rethinking–seeing anew the familiar things around you, using an old tool in a new way, or discovering materials that can be re-used for an amazing alternative purpose.”
So New England APW-ers, today is your lucky day! Go, festklänningar
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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for the United States was essentially unchanged for the third straight quarter, declining one-tenth of a point to 60.9 in the latest poll of U.S. CEOs. Since July 2012, the index has moved within a narrow 1.9-point range, between 59.1 and 61.0. These results suggest that U.S. CEOs expect the economy to continue expanding at a moderate pace.
The April survey results were announced today by YPO (Young Presidents Organization), a not-for-profit global network of 20,000 chief executive officers. The YPO Global Pulse is the only CEO economic sentiment survey to span the globe on a quarterly basis, capturing answers from nearly 1,700 CEOs representing companies of all sizes around the world, including more than 700 in the United States.
Construction sector brightens while manufacturing dims. While sales forecasts over the next 12 months changed little in the first quarter, differences by sector emerged: construction companies raised their outlooks while those in manufacturing trimmed theirs slightly. The percentage of construction-sector CEOs forecasting increased sales over that time period rose 7 percentage points to 62%, and the number expecting sales declines shrank to 12% compared with 17% last quarter. In contrast, just under half (49%) of manufacturing CEOs expected increased sales over the next 12 months, down from the 55% who said so in January. The percentage expecting sales declines climbed to 10%, up from the 7% who said so last quarter. Sales outlooks in the services sector didnt change significantly in the first quarter: 65% expected to increase sales, virtually unchanged from the January survey.
Large companies trim forecasts while small companies revise upwards. Differences by company size also emerged within the sales confidence component of the index, with the downward revisions to sales forecasts among large companies (more than 500 employees) offsetting the upward revisions among small companies (less than 100 employees). In the April survey, less than half (48%) of large-company CEOs expected sales to increase by 10% or more over the next 12 months, down from the 59% who had this expectation in January. Conversely, among small companies surveyed, 72% forecasted sales growth, up from the 66% who reported the same thing last quarter. Mid-size companies were in the middle: 56% projected sales growth, down marginally from 59% in January.
Employment and capital spending forecasts stay flat. The movements in sales expectations by sector and company size had little effect on employment and fixed investment plans. There were only marginal adjustments to hiring and capital spending projections over the next 12 months among companies in all sectors and all sizes. The YPO Employment Confidence Index for the United States edged down just 0.1 point to 59.2, and the fixed investment component of the index dropped just half a point to 59.4.
Despite positive economic developments in the first quarter including stock market gains and housing sector expansion, mitigating factors including the 2% increase in Social Security tax and mandated cuts in government spending are keeping business confidence from breaking out of the holding pattern its held for nine months, said Alan Zafran, managing director of California-based investment adviser Luminous Capital, a division of First Republic Investment Management, and a member of YPOs Global One Chapter.
Stephen Slifer, YPO Global Pulse economic adviser and chief economist at NumberNomics, said, While retail sales slowed moderately in the first three months of this year and the March employment gain was anemic, evidence of a meaningful slowdown is elusive. Nevertheless, the survey results indicate that CEO enthusiasm remains tempered there seems to be a lingering fear that there is another shoe waiting to drop.
After rallying more than 2 points in January to 61.3, the YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index registered a slight decline to 60.4 in April, suggesting that CEOs expected global GDP growth to continue at a moderate pace. Of the nine regions of the world, four landed above the global composite index: Africa (67.3), Asia (64.2), non-EU Europe (60.5) and the United States (60.9). The Middle East and North Africa region index increased for the first time since April 2012, to 60.3. Confidence remained lowest in the European Union, reverting to 51.4 after a 4-point gain last quarter. At 64.2, the YPO Confidence Index for Asia was virtually unchanged from last quarter, as a decline in confidence in China was offset by rising confidence in Japan.
YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index
The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index combines CEO answers about expected and most-recent-quarter sales, employee numbers, fixed investment and business conditions. The index is centered on 50. An index reading below 50 indicates a negative outlook the lower the number, the more negative the outlook. A reading above 50 indicates a positive outlook the higher the number, the more positive the outlook.
The quarterly electronic survey, conducted during the first two weeks of April 2013, gathered answers from 1,691 chief executive officers across the globe, including 716 in the United States. Globally, 30% of participants were from large companies (more than 500 employees), 36% from medium-sized companies (100-500 employees), and 34% from small companies (less than 100 employees). By business sector, 23% of participants were from the production sector, 9% from construction and 68% from the services sector. For more information, visit http://www.ypo.org/globalpulse.
YPO (Young Presidents Organization) is a not-for-profit, global network of young chief executives connected around the shared mission of becoming Better Leaders Through Education and Idea ExchangeTM. Founded in 1950, YPO today provides 20,000 peers and their families in more than 120 countries with access to unique experiences, world-class resources, alliances with top learning institutions, and specialized Networks that help them enhance their business, community and personal leadership. Altogether, YPO member-run companies employ more than 15 million people around the world and generate US$ 6 trillion in annual revenues. For more information, visit http://www.ypo.org. Also see us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
London, UK (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
TJ Hughes, a UK discount retailer, has just added the very popular UGG brand of boots to its inventory. Shoppers may purchase the discounted UGG boots through the companys website or brick and mortar stores.
The boots are currently available in grey, black and chestnut and are priced from only