Legends, Lions duel tonight

first_img RESPECT OPPOSITION The Majesty Gardens basketball courts will be buzzing with excitement tonight when hosts Majesty Legends battle Real Lions in Game Two of the best-of-three finals of the Howard McCarthy Southern Conference competition at 7 p.m. The Legends will enter today’s contest full of confidence, having defeated Lions at home 66-62 on Sunday at Red Hills Road. Simon Brown’s Legends team, who are seeking their second hold on the title, dominated the opening game and led in all four quarters. However, Brown said he is expecting a tougher game from the Lions, but he is very optimistic that his team will close out the series today. “I am confident that my team can win the game for sure because the title is what is at hand, and we want it,” said Brown. “I am fully confident that my team can do it, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t respect the opposition because they are filled with a lot experience players,” he said. The Legends will be depending heavily on the likes of Jermaine Brown and Baldon Todd, who scored 22 points and 20 points, respectively, in Game One. Ludloo Barker, coach of the Lions, said his team will be going all out to ensure that they win tonight’s game and force a deciding game. “Majesty Gardens is like a second home to me because I use to coach there, and a lot of my players are comfortable playing there, so we are ready for the challenge,” said Barker. “It is just another game for us because we are going to do our best, and my players know what is at stake, and they are very calm and ready to go,” he said. “Our scoring output in Game One was much lower than our season average, so we have to finish our plays way better than we did in Game One and see how it turns out,” Barker said. Lions will rest their hopes in the hands of Dasean Boyd, who netted a team-high 17 points and 10 rebounds in Game One, along with Ramaal Carbon and Kemar McLeish to lead their charge to victory.last_img read more

EXCLUSIVE: Carlo Ancelotti reveals how Bale’s agent interfered at Real Madrid

first_imgCarlo Ancelotti has revealed how Gareth Bale’s agent attempted to interfere with the running of Real Madrid when both manager and player were at the Bernabeu.The duo headed to Spain in the summer of 2013, Ancelotti in his role of head coach overseeing the signing of Bale from Tottenham.The Welsh star enjoyed a strong debut season in Madrid, contributing 22 goals and 16 assists on the way to Los Blancos’ 10th European Cup win, although he was said to be struggling adapting to life in his new country.There were also issues about his role in the team, as part of Madrid’s attacking trio of Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.Benzema started upfront, with Ronaldo on the left in his favoured position, which resulted in Bale being pushed out to the right wing.As he proved at Spurs, the 26-year-old was much more effective in a central attacking role, and Ancelotti has revealed how Bale’s agent went to Florentino Perez to interfere with team selections.When pressed about the interference of agents, Ancelotti told Hawksbee and Jacobs: “The perfect way is to have a direct relationship with a player. I would like to speak directly to the player; I’m not used to speaking to the agent and I don’t want to speak to the agent.“The speech with the agent is a problem of the club, and that was what happened with Bale.“His agent went to the president, but I said to the player ‘if you have something that’s not going well, you have to speak with me’, and we tried to manage this.“I think the player understood this, and Gareth Bale did a fantastic season with me. We won, in the first year, La Decima, and it was not easy for him to come into a new country and immediately do really well.”CARLO ANCELOTTI: Quiet Leadership (Portfolio Penguin) is out now.last_img read more


first_imgA special Mass dealing with suicide will be celebrated at noon at St Eunan’s Cathedral in Letterkenny today.The Mass will deal with the many aspects of a problem that has reached epidemic proportions in daily life across Donegal.According to organisers of the Mass, it is open to all including believers and non-believers. Organisers say the service will hopefully provide a message of hope for everyone that only together can we reverse the devastation of suicide and restore our societies and families to peace and well-being once again.As well as a homily dealing with suicide, the offertory gifts will be brought to the altar by people directly touched by suicide.According to Fr Eamonn McLaughlin: “The Mass is open to everyone and it is time that we began to tackle suicide in a practical fashion.“Everyone has a role to play including the church and this is a small but practical step in tackling what is a very major problem.” The Mass follows an initiative last week launched in the Diocese to raise awareness of the issue. SPECIAL MASS ORGANISED TO ADDRESS RISING PROBLEM OF SUICIDE was last modified: May 5th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Fr Eamonn McLaughlinSt.Eunan’s CathedralSUICIDElast_img read more

Here at home

first_imgTarzana Sowell slanting Re “Slanted research gives slanted results” (Their Opinions, Aug. 10): Thomas Sowell has an infuriating habit of combining bad facts, poor logic and oversimplification. His comments about studies supporting affirmative action are just the latest example. As an academic, he must know that the raw data and other key information used by academic investigators are often kept confidential to protect “trade secrets” in the methodology used. Sowell further suggests that opponents of global warming are being shut out of the debate by government bureaucrats. Actually, all the evidence is to the contrary. The Bush administration has systematically edited and changed the reports of its own agencies in order to persuade us that global warming is not happening. – Robert C. Von Bargen Santa Monica Nothing but poseurs Re “Zine responds” (Your Opinions, Aug. 14): Dennis Zine: Is it, or is it not, the job of council members’ field deputies to speak to council members on behalf of their constituents? Field deputies should, and I emphasize “should,” be attending community meetings in districts represented by their council member, noting issues and concerns of the people. Let them do the job they were hired for. We don’t need another set of bureaucratic “deaf ears,” in the form of an ombudsman, to report to. There was no misrepresentation by the Daily News of what you meant. You and your fellow council members are no different than the “muscle heads” at Venice Beach. You do nothing more than pose in front of the camera, flexing your muscles. – Kim Garrett Pacoima Not a public statement Re: “Mel Gibson cartoon” (Your Opinions, Aug. 9): “Why are they bombing Mel Gibson’s house?/The state of Israel has a right to defend itself!” doesn’t actually reflect on the remarks of Mel Gibson. However, it does fairly satirize the reaction of a portion of the U.S. Jewish community to the one quoted sentence, which Mel didn’t even make publicly, anyway. If you go to any Web log in which the issue is being discussed, you’ll find the posts about evenly divided between hysterical Jewish reactions and equally over-the-top Christian missionary responses. Sheriff’s Deputy Mee would have done well to keep his great big mouth shut, rather than to stir up all of this religious turmoil. Your tax dollars at work. – William O. West Reseda The first of many Re “Accessories” (Your Opinions, Aug. 11): During the upcoming elections silly season, there will be those who will continuously blame only the Bush administration for manipulating the intelligence regarding WMD in Iraq. They will, no doubt, ignore the first WMD manipulator (read: liar) at the right hand of the Great Deceiver himself – that pre-war Iraqi defector, code named “Curveball” – much less make any impassioned calls for his own, deserved retribution. The only time they may deign to mention Curveball is in a context of blaming Bush – plus certain former CIA directors – for ignoring Curveball’s German handlers’ belated warnings about his unreliability. That these same smug handlers dismissed the CIA’s repeated requests for a pre-invasion confrontation with their alleged “goofball” will, no doubt, be, well, manipulatively overlooked. – Harvey Pearson Los Feliz Sky marshal attire I was wondering. Awhile back the head of the Homeland Security program mandated that all sky marshal persons wear business suits and ties while on board an aircraft. Seems to me anyone else on the aircraft would certainly be able to pick them out. Most regular people these days “dress down” when flying. I sure hope the suit and tie mandate is now over. I mean, how dumb do you have to be to run the sky marshal program with a dress code that lets everyone know you are aboard? – Ray P. Keesler La Crescenta Makes things worse So our mayor is going to add more traffic assistance cops at busy intersections. The only times I’ve encountered any of them was after a half-mile traffic backup seemingly caused by the officer and another time when motorists had to brake because the cop was standing where drivers thought they might hit him. How in the world can two human hands compete with over 20 big bright signals way up in the air that are seen for miles? Not possible. Traffic stops for red signals, even if little hands are motioning otherwise. What would work is to have the officer up in a “crow’s nest” able to see the traffic far away and have control of the signals themselves. Otherwise it’s a good idea that just makes things worse. – Dave Petterson Sherman Oaks Pulse of citizens Re “Anti-illegal-immigrant groups multiply” (Aug. 13): To this veteran, retired LAPD officer, and currently working for a local school district, Rachel Uranga brought up issues that are affecting all citizens of this state and nation. It’s so sad that most of our elected political officials won’t focus on the illegal immigration matters. Our society’s future and quality are truly being affected. – Shane Fogel Agoura Old brown shoe Bush comes out three years after the invasion with a plan for victory. He is so far out of touch with the American people and even his own military leadership in Iraq. If the world was a tuxedo, Bush would be a pair of brown shoes. He cannot change the world according to his beliefs. When the troops leave Iraq, the religion will still be Muslim and the clerics will still be in charge. – Jerry Pennington Van Nuys Corroded pipeline? The establishment really takes us citizens for fools. It would have us believe the latest gas rip-off is due to 22 miles of corroded pipelines of the Alaska Prudhoe Bay oil wells and that it might take six or more months of work before it is operable. Now, pray tell me, how does a pipeline, conveying nothing but oil, crude or otherwise, corrode? Oil lubricates metal. – Frank F. Calderon Lynwood160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREFrumpy Middle-aged Mom: My realistic 2020 New Year’s resolutions. Some involve doughnuts.Tarzana Mayoral accountability I see by your “Reform the LAUSD” editorial (Aug. 11) that you support the mayor’s power grab because he is taking a gamble that he can break the Los Angeles Unified School District’s culture of failure and corruption. Just as he has so successfully done for the city of Los Angeles, right? It amazes me how eagerly you have joined the mayor’s parade without demanding that he name specific LAUSD problems, his solutions to those problems, and how we can measure his success. Will graduation rates be improved, will truancy be reduced, will dropout rates fall, and will test scores improve? If we don’t get this from the mayor, we’ll be back here in a few years reading your editorial about the continued failure of L.A. schools to serve the community. The mayor’s failure to set forth his detailed goals is your failure to demand his accountability. – Ronald Guilbert Re “Brits foil terror plot to blow up U.S.-bound jets” (Aug. 11): Hooray for the Brits. They have uncovered a genuine group of terrorists as opposed to the U.S. Florida Five, who would have had to borrow money to become a real threat. Here at home it looks like we’ve also been lax at LAX with the possibility of baby terrorists boarding planes. While a mother must sample her own breast milk to prove it’s not a liquid or gel explosive, a baby terrorist is able to avoid having a diaper check for potential explosives. – Jerold Drucker last_img read more

Clark County Inmate Roster – 12-18-17

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Forfeits lift Edgar past Auburndale wrestling

first_imgWeister, Wolfe earn pins for ApachesBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterAUBURNDALE — Edgar and Auburndale split the six matches wrestled, but the Wildcats were able to win the meet by the aid of five forfeits 45-22 in a Marawood Conference wrestling dual Thursday at Auburndale High School.Trayton Weister (120 pounds) and Keller Wolfe (170) won by pin, and Dylan Altmann earned a major decision at 145 for Auburndale’s three victories. Kaleb Bolder also won by forfeit for the Apaches.Both teams are now 1-1 in the Marawood.Auburndale will compete at the D.C. Everest Invitational on Saturday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of 45, Auburndale 22106: Double forfeit.113: Jake Lepinski (ED) pinned Matt Leick in 4:53.120: Trayton Weister (AUB) pinned Martin Sanattchieu in 5:46.126: Ty Guden (ED) def. Isaiah Hasenohrl 3-2.132: Double forfeit.138: Colton Heil (ED) won by forfeit.145: Dylan Altmann (AUB) won major dec. over Brock Handrick 10-0.152: Dawson Lammer (ED) won by forfeit.160: Will Raatz (ED) won by fofeit.170: Keller Wolfe (AUB) pinned Cade Littleton in 5:00.182: Bryce Imhoff (ED) pinned Samuel Hasenohrl in 1:33.195: Alex Lemanski (ED) won by forfeit.220: Kade Schraufengel (ED) won by forfeit.285: Kaleb Bolder (AUB) won by forfeit.last_img read more

Columbus Catholic hosts annual cross country invitational at Wildwood Park

first_imgMarshfield, Dons grab number of top 50 finishesBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Wayzata (Minn.), annually one of the top high school cross country teams in the country, ran away with the Division 1 boys team title at the Marshfield Columbus Catholic Cross Country Invitational on Saturday at Wildwood Park.All seven Wayzata runners finished in the top 10, including individual champion Khalid Hussein, who ran the 5-kilometer course in 16:09.8.Marshfield was fifth in Division 1, and Marshfield Columbus Catholic ended up seventh in the Division 3 boys team standings.Jordan Dzikowich led the Tigers, taking 29th place overall in 18:08.8. Teammate Sam Huettl finished 40th in 18:31.4.Columbus’ top runner was Joshua Guyer, who took 36h in 18:25.7. Peyton Nystrom was 42nd in 18:36.1, and Benjamin Frericks finished 44th in 18:37.7.Benilde St. Margaret’s (Minn.) was the Division 2 boys team champion, and Chequamegon won the Division 3 boys title.On the girls side, Minneapolis Washburn (Division 1), West Salem (Division 2), and Stevens Point Pacelli (Division 3) were the team champions. Marshfield was fourth in Division 1, and Columbus Catholic took sixth in Division 3.Camile Davre of Whitefish Bay won the girls race in 18:33.9, six seconds ahead of Emily Covert of Washburn.Lilly O’Brien finished 42nd in 23:01.6, and Madysen Bohman was 43rd in 23:02.3 for Marshfield’s top finishes.Melanie Lang was 46th in 23:10.2, and Hailey Roehl took 47th in 23:18.7 for the Dons.Both teams will compete at the Marshfield Tigers Invitational on Tuesday, also at Wildwood Park.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of 1 team scores: 1. Wayzata (Minn.) 20; 2. Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) 59; 3. Stillwater (Minn.) 60; 4. Whitefish Bay 110; 5. Marshfield 147.Division 2 team scores: 1. Benilde St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 17; 2. West Salem 44; Nekoosa incomplete.Division 3 team scores: 1. Chequamegon 36; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 44; 3. Augusta 72; 4. Chippewa Falls McDonell 87; 5. Edgar 114; Stevens Point Pacelli incomplete.Top 10 individuals, and Marshfield and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Khalid Hussein (WAY) 16:09.8; 2. Joseph Minor (MW) 16:29.7; 3. Mitch Tolander (WAY) 16:30.1; 4. Jeremy Gilbertson (WAY) 16:31.9; 5. Miguel Mathias (NEK)16:37.8; 6. Liban Jama (WAY) 16:41.8; 7. Matt Cota (MW) 16:46.7; 8. Blake Buysse (WAY) 16:48.3; 9. Anders Sonnesyn (WAY) 16:54.2; 10. Andrew Brandt (WAY) 16:54.7; 29. Jordan Dzikowich (MAR) 18:08.8; 36. Joshua Guyer (MCC) 18:25.7; 40. Sam Huettl (MAR) 18:31.4; 42. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:36.1; 44. Benjamin Frericks (MCC) 18:37.7; 51. Jacob Dick (MAR) 18:47.4; 54. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 18:54.7; 63. Ben Claessens (MAR) 19:11.4; 65. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 19:13.4; 67. Jon Viegut (MCC) 19:18.3; 75. Carter Chojnacki (MAR) 19:39.2; 78. Eli Swanson (MAR) 19:54.7; 80. Paul Fischer (MAR) 19:56.5; 86. David Nielsen (MCC) 20:54.6.JVDivision 1 team scores: 1. Wayzata (Minn.) 15; 2. Stillwater (Minn.) 50; 3. Whitefish Bay 104; 4. Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) 111; 5. Marshfield 123.Division 2 team scores: 1. Benilde St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 15; 2. West Salem 50.Division 3 team scores: 1. Chequamegon 32; 2. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 49; 3. Augusta 63; 4. Chippewa Falls McDonell 68.Top 10 individuals, and Marshfield and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Grant Price (WAY) 16:44.0; 2. Patrick Leonard (WAY) 16:51.4; 3. Dan Urke (WAY) 16:53.6; 4. Nick Kerbeshian (WAY) 17:02.5; 5. Josh Halverson (WAY) 17:07.8; 6. Grant Matthews (WAY) 17:10.5; 7. Chris Stanek (WAY) 17:20.7; 8. Zach Miller (WAY) 17:25.0; 9. Frank Fetrow (WAY) 17:29.7; 10. Joe Hesse-Withbroe (STIL) 17:38.7; 29. Jared Oenig (MAR) 18:48.2; 38. Addison Hill (MAR) 19:19.5; 45. Joseph McKee (MAR) 19:31.2; 63. Evan Ellis (MAR) 20:03.3; 65. Spencer Wirthlin (MAR) 20:16.6; 84. Eben Lonsdale (MAR) 20:57.3; 90. Luke Kaiser (MAR) 21:11.8; 92. Kennedy Rowe (MAR) 21:14.5; 97. Brady Aumann (MAR) 21:21.1; 101. Hunter Karau (MAR) 21:25.7; 102. Leo Pittsley (MCC) 21:27.4; 103. Gavin Ronning (MAR) 21:31.7; 104. Nathaniel Phillips (MAR) 21:34.9; 107. Cade Esker (MAR) 21:40.1; 108. Cullen Voss (MCC) 21:41.4; 109. Joshua McKee (MAR) 21:46.7; 117. Jacob Dick (MCC) 22:00.8; 118. Nathan Albanito (MAR) 22:07.1; 119. Jared Cordova (MAR) 22:08.0; 122. Noah Behling (MAR) 22:22.0; 128. Caleb Houk (MAR) 23:14.3; 133. Will Boyer (MCC) 23:34.5; 134. Sam Donahue (MAR) 23:39.3; 138. Nate Knoeck (MCC) 24:06.1; 146. Jacob Gilbertson (MAR) 24:46.5; 148. Logan Schmoll (MAR) 25:25.4; 152. Thomas Turchi (MCC) 25:56.9; 153. Drake White-Bergy (MAR) 25:58.9; 155. Tyler Katzenberger (MAR) 26:02.5; 160. Braden Beachamp (MAR) 29:00.5.—GirlsVarsityDivision 1 team scores: 1. Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) 27; 2. Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 44; 3. Whitefish Bay 51; 4. Marshfield 116.Division 2 team scores: 1. West Salem 27; 2. Benilde St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 28.Division 3 team scores: 1. Stevens Point Pacelli 45; 2. Chequamegon 47; 3. Edgar 96; 4. Chippewa Falls McDonell 105; 5. Augusta 114; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 117.Top 10 individuals, and Marshfield and Marshfield Columbus Catholic finishers: 1. Camile Davre (WB) 18:33.9; 2. Emily Covert (MW) 18:39.6; 3. Olivia Orr (MW) 19:27.6; 4. Meghan Scott (DSHA) 19:41.2; 5. Grace Dickel (MW) 19:51.6; 6. Libby Whalen (DSHA) 19:57.7; 7. Maggie Keiper (WB) 20:03.1; 8. Tracy Reiner (BSM) 20:09.5; 9. Marissa Ellenbecker (ED) 20:36.7; 10. Chloe Garcia-Grafing (MW) 20:51.1; 42. Lilly O’Brien (MAR) 23:01.6; 43. Madysen Bohman (MAR) 23:02.3; 46. Melanie Lang (MCC) 23:10.2; 47. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 23:18.7; 63. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:53.6; 65. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 25:23.3; 66. Ingeborg Berg (MAR) 25:26.4; 68. Lottie Schrodi (MAR) 25:44.3; 69. Maddie Haessly (MAR) 25:45.6; 70. Kendra Tremelling (MAR) 25:52.8; 82. Dominika Lukjan (MCC) 33:01.8; 83. Greta Schiferl (MCC) 35:23.6.JVDivision 1 team scores: 1. Milwaukee Divine Savior Holy Angels 15; 2. Whitefish Bay 48; 3. Marshfield 79; Minneapolis Washburn (Minn.) incomplete.Division 2 team scores: 1. Benilde St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 22; 2. West Salem 39.Division 3 team scores: 1. Stevens Point Pacelli 17; 2. Edgar 57; 3. Chippewa Falls McDonell 65.Top 10 individuals, and Marshfield finishers: 1. Julie Demet (DSHA) 22:21.1; 2. Mackenzie Rose (DSHA) 22:28.3; 3. Lilli Kenfield (DSHA) 22:57.2; 4. Gracee Dunee (DSHA) 23:12.3; 5. Emily Ogorek (DSHA) 23:13.3; 6. Fiona Joyce (WB) 24:05.2; 7. Molly Milia (WB) 24:09.7; 8. Lily Song (MW) 24:14.4; 9. Lillian Galvin (BSM) 24:19.5; 10. Pereira Grace (MW) 24:21.5; 30. Emma Gilkerson (MAR) 26:04.2; 34. Halle Hollatz (MAR) 26:27.3; 72. Bailey-Ann Hollatz (MAR) 30:30.3; 76. Karen Scheuer (MAR) 30:50.2; 78. Taylor Geurink (MAR) 31:39.4; 80. Raine Sommers (MAR) 32:28.3.last_img read more

Twitter Aggregator SawHorse Gets Funded, Adds Two Sites

first_imgA Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Tags:#twitter#web Related Posts Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… jolie odell After a long and thoughtful pause, all we can say is good on you, SawHorse. Streaming themed tweets in such fascinating verticals as journalism, venture capital, and music, Twitter aggregator SawHorse has raised an undisclosed seed round to support its growing network of sites.Its two newest sites are focused on pets and celebrities.As we resign ourselves to the fact that the post-Oprah Twitter is undeniably mainstream, the SawHorse sites become an interesting way to parse through the different microcosms and communities that exist in the wider web of sites and blogs. Think of them, if you will, as the new web curates tweets from silver screen luminaries such as Ben Stiller, George Clooney, our own Wil Wheaton (he’ll always belong to the geeks), and, obviously, the ubiquitous Ashton Kutcher. So you can follow him without, you know, following him. It also gathers updates from “gadfly” Perez Hilton, several athletes, director Kevin Smith, and a surprisingly diverse collection of musicians from Ashlee Simpson to Yoko Ono. I guess what they say is true: Everybody really is doing is simply freakin’ strange. We’ve heard before about people who set up Twitter accounts for their animal companions. This site is their mothership, an aggregation of the passing thoughts of cats, dogs, birds, rodents, and one lonely capybara (go ahead, click the link, you know you have no idea what a capybara is). The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verificationlast_img read more

Today’s Top LP Jobs

first_imgRegional AP Director, Rite Aid, (NY) The primary purpose of this position is to increase sales and improve EBITDA by reducing loss and maintaining investigative integrity. Frequent independent judgments are essential. The incumbent is also required to perform all tasks in a safe manner consistent with corporate policies and state and federal laws… Learn moreLP & Safety Manager, Lowe’s, (FL) This position implements loss prevention and safety programs, overseeing and coordinating processes to minimize loss while maintaining a safe working and shopping environment. In addition, this position will train and provide mentorship around safety and loss prevention for teams of individual contributors in multiple store locations… Learn moreLP Supervisor, Kohl’s, (IA) The LP supervisor develops and implements store awareness programs addressing theft, safety, inventory, and operational controls. Administers product protection strategies, awareness, and deterrence programs in the store. Works in partnership with store management to ensure operational excellence and reduce exposure to theft through operational assessments and associate training/awareness. Supervises loss prevention officers and loss prevention service specialists… Learn more- Sponsor – AP Specialist, Home Depot, (MA) The asset protection specialist (APS) is primarily responsible for preventing financial loss caused by theft and fraud and supporting safety and environmental program compliance… Learn more Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

The New Network Imperative For Today’s Clouds

first_imgRelated Posts How Intelligent Data Addresses the Chasm in Cloud Tags:#Brocade#Internet Protocol#networking#sponsored posts#The New IP ReadWrite Sponsors This SDxCentral video is sponsored by Brocade. It reflects the views of the sponsor, not ReadWrite’s editors.With cloud architectures becoming pervasive across enterprise and service provider data centers, it’s important to understand the reasons why this new architecture is so compelling from both a business and technical standpoint. It is just as important is to understand what makes up these cloud architectures and how they will drive new networking requirements. SDxCentral has prepared a video presentation on the key attributes of this New Network Imperative and what any enterprise or service provider building a cloud needs to look for from their networking vendor.If you’re an enterprise or service provider building out cloud architectures or looking to do so in the near future, you should watch this 20-minute webinar that covers the different flavors of clouds, key components in clouds, the new role of networking in cloud architectures and most importantly, the seven critical attributes needed to build a successful cloud network.Watch the SDxCentral video to learn more.This SDxCentral video is sponsored by Brocade. It reflects the views of the sponsor, not ReadWrite’s editors.Video (c) SDxCentral, used by permission; photo courtesy of Shutterstockcenter_img Serverless Backups: Viable Data Protection for … Cloud Hosting for WordPress: Why Everyone is Mo… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more