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Tusker draw Leopards in titanic Top 8 tie

first_imgSofapaka battle Chemelil Sugar when the quarter finals of the delayed annual knockout tournament that kicks-off on the weekend of September 26 in a venue yet to be confirmed by KPL.Speaking when conducting the draw on Friday, KPL CEO, Jack Oguda announced the finals will be hosted in Kisumu but should the final be a Mashemeji Derby between Gor and Leopards, they move the venue to Nairobi due to security concerns.“We are still using the same format, last year we played in four counties so this year we intend to go to six. We want to spread the game to different parts of the country and we have dubbed this road to Kisumu because the finals will be played in Kisumu.“Only if Gor and Leopards get into the finals we will be able to rethink because Kisumu Stadium can’t host such a big match,” the KPL boss declared.The two old giants clubs have never met in the tournament after Leopards failed to honour the 2012 edition when they were paired together in the quarter finals.Another Mashemeji derby is in the offing after the second-leg of the SportPesa Premier League meeting was aborted due to trouble caused by a section of Leopards fans to see Gor awarded the maximum points.SportPesa and Gor chairman, Ambrose Rachier condemned hooliganism saying they will work with police and other law enforcers before the next season to cub the menace.“These two glamour clubs of Kenyan football are currently undergoing serious financial constraints. Our supporters should by now have known that their unbecoming behaviour that is totally unacceptable scares away potential sponsors which we badly need.“Their behaviour leaves us with a deep vacuum financially in our quest to adequately remunerate our players, yet they cannot by any imagination help fill that void,” Rachier stated.Mombasa is the other added county to Nairobi, Nakuru, Machakos and Meru counties that are scheduled to host this year’s edition that will be broadcasted live by SuperSport.After the quarters a mini draw for the semis which will be played in a home and away basis will be conducted.The league body will facilitate all the expenses of teams participating including the winning allowances in the tournament where the winner will pocket Sh1m (USD 9,504.000) on top of the trophy.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Model parade Top 8 challengers during the Friday, September 4, 2015 draw in Nairobi. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, September 4 – Two-time champions Tusker FC will start their title defence against cash-strapped giants, AFC Leopards in the pick of the KPL Top 8 knock-out tournament draw on Friday.SportPesa Premier League titleholders, Gor Mahia, who won Top 8 in 2012, were drawn against Muhoroni Youth while inaugural champions, Ulinzi Stars take on Sony Sugar.last_img read more

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MINISTER SET TO UNVEIL €500K DONEGAL CYCLING ROUTE

first_imgWE’VE all seen the signs popping up across County Donegal in recent months.Now a Government minister will be in the county later this week to unveil almost 200kms of cycling routes – after an investment of close to half a million euro.Minister for State Alan Kelly will be in Letterkenny Public Services Centre on Wednesday to make the formal announcement. The Cycleways Project, funded by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport to the value of €497,000 is a 195.5km on road cycling route.This route starts in Donegal Town and links Mount Charles, Inver, Ardara, Leitirmacaward, Dungloe, Burtonport, Crolly, Dunlewey, Gortahork, Dunfanaghy, Creeslough, Glen, Milford, Ramelton, Letterkenny, Manorcunningham and finishes in Newtoncunningham. MINISTER SET TO UNVEIL €500K DONEGAL CYCLING ROUTE was last modified: June 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:ArdaraburtonportCreesloughCrollyDonegal Town and links Mount CharlesDunfanaghydungloeDunleweyglengortahorkinverLeitirmacawardletterkennyManorcunningham and finishes in Newtoncunningham.MilfordMINISTER SET TO UNVEIL €500K DONEGAL CYCLING ROUTERameltonlast_img read more

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RESULTS FOR THE ILLISTRIN 5K IN AID OF LIVING LINKS

first_imgResults for Illistrin 5K on Sunday 13th October in aid of Living Links. Place Name Club Catergory Time1 Des Goyvaorts Individual Senior Men 19.352 Cathal Morrison Individual > 40 20.47 3 Evan Keown Individual Junior Men 21.104 John Hegarty Individual Senior Men 21.165 Brian Hegarty Individual Senior Men 21.336 Brendan Goyvaorts Individual Senior Men 21.467 Mick O’Donnell Individual Senior Men 21.498 Hugh Friel Individual Senior Men 22.169 Hugh O’Donnell Individual > 50 22.2210 Sean O’Donnell Individual > 50 22.25 11 Aubrey Baxter Individual Senior Men 22.3012 Aidan Dorrian Individual Junior Men 22.3313 James Doherty Milford > 60 22.5214 David Leonard Individual > 50 24.38 15 Dean Spencer Individual > 40 24.4116 Paul McNally Individual Senior Men 24.4617 Yvonne O’Donnell Milford Senior Women 24.5018 Evelyn Boyle Individual Senior Women 24.5319 Paul McCahill Individual > 40 25.4320 Anne Kelly Individual > 40 26.3021 Carol Ann Wilkie Individual Senior Women 26.5522 Trevor Duncan Individual > 45 27.0623 Anne Doherty Milford > 60 27.5224 Mary O’Donnell Individual > 45 27.5625 Georgina Fay Individual Senior Women 28.3926 John Doherty Individual Senior Men 28.5027 Margo McNally Individual Senior Women 29.1128 Mary Gallagher Individual Senior Women 29.5029 Bried McDaid Individual Senior Women 30.1230 Nigel Keown Individual > 40 31.1031 Josie Gallagher Individual > 40 31.47RESULTS FOR THE ILLISTRIN 5K IN AID OF LIVING LINKS was last modified: October 15th, 2013 by John2Share 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:RESULTS FOR THE ILLISTRIN 5K IN AID OF LIVING LINKSlast_img read more

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Constitution week to be observed locally

first_imgLANCASTER – Schools, churches and cities in the Antelope Valley will be celebrating “U.S. Constitution Week” during Sept. 17-23 with several special events, according to Judy Hatcher, Daughters of the American Revolution Antelope Valley Chapter regent. The chapter has planned the following events to observe Constitution Week: Issuing of a proclamation from the city of Lancaster. Participation in the “Celebrate Downtown Lancaster” night, 5:30-9:30 on Saturday, with a booth to distribute information about Constitution Week and the DAR. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possible Ringing of Los Angeles County fire station bells at 4 p.m. Sunday as a part of the “Bells Across America” event the National Society of the DAR is sponsoring. The chapter has asked schools in the Lancaster, Westside, Palmdale, Wilsona, Keppel and Hughes-Elizabeth Lake school districts, and Sacred Heart School in Lancaster, to plan special events during the observation. Also, students are invited to participate in the annual American History Essay Contest. “The tradition of celebrating the Constitution was started many years ago by the DAR and (observance) was signed into law in 1956. The DAR wants to encourage patriotism through study of this foundational document, and with the observation of its importance to the fabric of our society,” said Hatcher. “The Lancaster city proclamation will say that Sept. 17, 2006, marks the 219th anniversary of the drafting of the Constitution of the United States of America by the Constitutional Convention; and it is fitting and proper to officially recognize this magnificent document and the anniversary of its creation.” The DAR, which was founded 115 years ago, began work on a memorial to the Constitution in 1928. John Russell Pope, architect of the Jefferson Memorial, designed the building, a performing arts center known as DAR Constitution Hall that stands in Washington, D.C., and is part of the DAR national headquarters. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Darren McGregor free to face Morton after winning appeal

first_imgDarren McGregor has been cleared of headbutting Morton striker Kudus Oyenuga and will be available for selection when the sides meet again on Saturday.The Hibernian defender was shown a straight red card in the closing stages of his side’s goalless draw with Morton in the Championship clash at the end of March.A judicial panel disagreed with the original decision at a hearing at Hampden on Thursday and reduced the punishment to a yellow card.Referee Nick Walsh dismissed the defender for reacting to Oyenuga’s reckless challenge on Jordon Forster. The striker fell to the ground clutching his face after being confronted by McGregor but will not face further repercussions from the Scottish FA, despite Hibs boss Neil Lennon arguing there was no contact.Oyenuga’s injury-time tackle sparked a mass melee between players and coaching staff. Lennon and Morton boss Jim Duffy have both since been charged by the Scottish FA after having to be physically separated.last_img read more

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Jackson County Inmate Roster – 5-28-19

first_imgBooking Date:09-23-2018 – 10:24 pm Baker, Lonnie D Booking #:101391 Booking Date:05-28-2019 – 4:37 am Booking #:101393 Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-30-5-1 BAC .08% to .14% Release Date:05-28-2019 – 2:23 am Bond:$355 View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Charges:35-43-4-2 A Theft35-44.1-3-1(a) Resisting Law Enforcement35-43-1-2 Criminal Mischief McCrory, Jeffrey A Baker, Lonnie D View Profile >>> Booking #:101201 View Profile >>> Booking #:101392 Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-30-5-1 BAC .08% to .14% Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-28-2019 – 1:31 am Booking Date:05-28-2019 – 12:54 am Charges:35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Kinworthy, Terry J Charges:35-43-2-2 Criminal Trespass View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-27-2019 – 11:53 pm Booking Date:05-27-2019 – 11:05 am View Profile >>> Joyner, Lisa N Booking #:101386 Booking #:101388 Booking Date:05-27-2019 – 5:14 pm Booking #:101387 Booking Date:05-28-2019 – 1:31 am Lewis, William J Booking #:101391 Booking Date:04-30-2019 – 1:17 pm Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear Release Date:05-27-2019 – 12:23 pm Charges:35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Bond:No Bondcenter_img Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking #:101385 Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox16-42-19-18 Poss of Syringe35-48-4-7 Possession Controlled Substanc35-48-4-8.3 Possession of Paraphernalia Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox9-30-5-1(b) BAC .15% or greater Bond:$355 Booking #:101382 Charges:34-47-2 Direct Contempt Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours. Elkins, Benjamin M Bond:$355 Marling, Kayla R Booking Date:05-27-2019 – 3:45 am Charges:3 Out of County Hold Release Date:05-27-2019 – 12:38 pm Bond:$705 Booking #:101390 Release Date:05-27-2019 – 3:53 pm Booking Date:05-26-2019 – 4:41 am Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Bond:$705 Charges:1 Serve Time Circut Court View Profile >>> Bond:$705 Bond:No Bond Ball, Thomas W View Profile >>> Booking Date:05-27-2019 – 10:15 am View Profile >>> Release Date:05-27-2019 – 12:23 pm Phillips, Brian S Charges:35-45-1-3 Disorderly Conduct Clark, Johnathon D Booking Date:05-28-2019 – 3:49 am Booking #:101389 Bond:$355 View Profile >>> Booking #:100003 Release Date:05-28-2019 – 2:23 am Prewitt, Justin A Mullins, Corey Alast_img read more

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New Milestone: Celebrating Over 1,500 Posts Published!

first_imgIt snuck by me earlier this month, but I am proud to announce that I’ve published over 1,500 posts on Lireo Designs.If someone had told me years ago I would one day publish that many posts, I would have replied, Not possible! A few years ago, I announced reaching the milestone of 500 published posts. Followed the next year by an announcement that I published 800 posts.Today, I’ve published almost double that number!To my readers, I thank you for all your comments and feedback. And for your blog post suggestions over the years.Has it Been Eight Years Since I Started Blogging?Unbelievable, but this month marks the eighth year since I started publishing blog posts. My anniversary is next week, on October 24th.Time has flown by! In 2009, I was working at Washtenaw Community College as a web analyst on the web services team.Much of my time was spent learning about web accessibility so I could help improve the usability and the accessibility of the college website.I was active in the higher education social media community, meeting colleagues and sharing information on Twitter and the Ning community (now closed down).Eight years ago I was busy organizing events and managing the website as a Refresh Detroit meetup co-organizer (as I am now).And doing the same volunteer work as one of the officers for the Michigan Usability Professionals’ Association. It was a fun time!Why Did I Start Blogging?After completing a 365-day project by publishing a photo every day for a year, I decided I wanted another outlet to share my photography and my thoughts.In 2009, I published two posts. Great start, eh?The next year, I committed to publishing at least one post every week.My topics expanded to include web design, development, accessibility, user experience, WordPress, productivity, and technology.In 2013, I challenged myself to publishing daily for 30 days. What a sense of accomplishment to achieve that milestone!The next step was to publish daily for a year, which was an amazing adventure! One I continued for two years.What’s Next for My Blogging?Publishing four posts a week has been my schedule for the past couple years and I don’t expect that to change soon.My posts are still about what I’m interested in: web design and development, user experience, accessibility, WordPress, and technology.And, of course, my favorite photo of the week!I’ve enjoyed the writing, learning new things about the web, meeting my readers virtually and in person, and I look forward to what the future brings.Thank you to my readers for joining me on this journey!Have you started a blog? Do you publish regularly? Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedThoughts on Reaching a MilestoneYesterday, I reached a milestone—my 500th post on this site. To everyone who reads my blog, and especially to those who have followed me since the beginning, I thank you for your comments, feedback, suggestions, and yes, your opposing viewpoints. I hope you found something useful from the posts I’ve…In “Blogging”Celebrating 800 Posts!Today marks my 800th post. Hard to believe I reached that milestone! I want to thank all of you who subscribe to the blog, stop by frequently to read my posts, and to those of you who post comments and share your thoughts. When I started blogging over five years…In “Blogging”Our Refresh Detroit Site is RefreshedWoohoo! We have a refreshed and updated Refresh Detroit website. Refresh Detroit is a local web design meetup group focused on accessibility, usability, and web standards. I’ve been a member of the group for 13 years and co-organizer of the group since 2007. If you’ve been reading my blog for…In “Refresh Detroit”last_img read more

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Semantify Your Web Apps with Triplify

first_imgsarah perez Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…center_img Alright, “semantify” may not be an actual word, but you can probably guess at its meaning: “add a semantic layer to.” In this case, we’re looking at a small plugin called Triplify that reveals the semantic structures of web applications by converting their database content into semantic formats.About TriplifyTo grasp what this all means, we’ll translate into plain English:A large part of the content on the web is generated by web applications that are driven by databases on the back-end. For example, look at the top 15 most popular web apps hosted at Sourceforge:Sourceforge Projects, Image via Triplify.orgHowever, the structure and semantics in these relational databases behind apps, such as those above, are not accessible by search engines. What Triplfiy does is use the structured nature of the databases behind these and other, similar apps to generate semantic data.How It WorksThe Triplify plugin generates database views by performing a small number of queries against the web app’s database. These views are then converted into a semantic format – either RDF, JSON, or Linked Data representations. Once in this format, data can then be shared and accessed on the Semantic Web.Triplify Overview, Image via Triplify.orgTo install the plugin, you download and extract the folder containing the script into your web app. Then download a Triplify configuration matching your Web application or create a new one. There’s an example file to get started with, or you can use one of the files already available, like this one for WordPress or this one for Joomla. Finally, integrate the plugin into your web application. (More info here).BenefitsOnce the web app has been “triplified,” search engines can better evaluate the content, and semantic search engines, like Sindice, SWSE, or Swoogle can do the same.But even better, once Triplify is installed, your web app becomes easily mashable with other web data sources via a tool like Yahoo! Pipes, for example. The ChallengeBecause those behind Triplify feel strongly about expediting the deployment of the Semantic Web, they’re posing a challenge to the web developer community: develop the most innovative and promising semantifications and win fabulous prizes!The first prize is a MacBook Air, second prize is an Asus EeePC, and third prize is an iPod Touch.To get a better idea of what they will be looking for, check out the Challenge page of the Triplify site. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Product Reviews#Semantic Web#web last_img read more

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3 Ways Carriers Can Demonstrate Competency in Maintaining Cargo Integrity

first_imgBusinesses moving goods through their supply chains have two choices: transport it themselves or outsource it.Transportation is typically one of the largest expenditures within a supply-chain operation. Most businesses choose to contract out at least a portion of their delivery volume, allowing them to realize immediate savings from not having to maintain a fleet of vehicles, routers, dispatchers, Department of Transportation regulatory compliance, driver recruiting, training, insurance, and a multitude of other costs. However, some degree of uncertainty regarding cargo loss, damages, and service deterioration are unrealized costs that must be contended with when relying on a third party to transport your goods. While the decision to outsource is usually a no-brainer, the challenge for loss prevention professionals becomes how to best manage to this risk without increasing costs beyond operational savings.Transportation leaders and their loss prevention counterparts should be equally focused on transport expense and performance. The difference, however, is that transportation leaders are accountable to their organizations for quality of service and invoiced expenses or “today’s costs,” while loss prevention typically assumes risk-mitigation tactics for cargo loss and other liabilities or “tomorrow’s costs.” Regardless of focus, both teams need to feel confident that their service providers can demonstrate competency in maintaining cargo integrity and performance. So how can service providers accomplish this?- Sponsor – Carriers, listen up! There are usually three basic qualifiers to be considered “competent” or low risk by your clients.1. What are the carrier’s industry certifications?The first question businesses should ask a potential carrier is, “What certifications do you have?” Achieving industry certification is a key competency in maintaining cargo integrity. Embracing industry standards benefits both the carrier and their supply-chain clients. It’s essentially assurance that the carrier understands and practices proven prevention controls that when executed correctly will cause clients to trust that their deliverables are in good hands. Here’s why certification matters:It reduces carrier waste or nonoperating costs when effective and efficient controls are practiced. Ideally, a lower cost operator can pass the savings onto potential clients during an RFP.Carriers can stand confidently behind one set of industry standards that should address most client-specific security demands. Therefore, carriers and clients don’t need to recreate the wheel with proprietary checks and balances or adhoc requests.Overall, it improves audit compliance, reduces risk, and minimizes losses for both the carrier and client.There are many good industry or government certifications available, some of which include:SCPO Carrier Security Audit & Certification ProgramGood distribution practices (GDP) certification for pharmaceutical distributionLowers & Associates Courier Certification ProgramCustoms Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT)Transportation Asset Protection Association (TAPA)2. Does the carrier have in-house LP leadership?Carriers need to invest in hiring a loss prevention head to evolve training, auditing, and investigatory programs. The carrier must invest in capable personnel who are trained to prevent loss occurrences and reduce their impact should they occur. Too many times untrained or unexperienced personnel chase losses underground, only to see it resurface again at a later time. This not only results in a significant waste of the carrier’s time and money but also frustrates clients. Without the experienced loss prevention practitioner to maintain vigilance, inadequate training and audit compliance comes at a cost through unsustainability and repeat failures. By having in-house LP support, clients have trust that the carrier is committed to a culture of prevention and compliance. Client loss prevention teams come to rely on colleagues who speak the same language in terms of training, audit, and investigation.3. How does the carrier establish a culture of transparency and responsiveness when engaging with client issues?Customer service is always a number-one priority with any client in any industry. It is critical that clients feel they have complete transparency in understanding how the loss occurred and appropriate corrective action plans. This goes hand-in-hand with having an in-house LP practitioner as outlined previously, but all too often operational or sales support may try to more positively spin the results of their investigations without addressing the true factors or controls that either failed or were never put in place. Clients expect accurate fact gathering and reporting without omission while trying to respond back to their customers for the failed deliveries. In other words, clients are accountable to their own customers in e-commerce, pharmacy, banking, and other industries, so carriers need to be cognizant of the end-customer demands for the products they’re delivering. This is a systemic issue in LP that spans all facets of the carrier’s business, from sales, technology, and logistics.So the next time you are going through the RFP process, I strongly encourage you to speak to the above areas for optimal consideration. I know that I will be inquiring.Wes BankWES BANK, LPC, is the director of loss prevention for DHL eCommerce, overseeing risk management, government regulatory, audit, investigations, and physical security. An active International Supply Chain Protection Organization (ISCPO) board member (currently serving as secretary), he founded and chaired the ISCPO’s Carrier Security Audit Committee with the objective to improve “final-mile” carrier compliance. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox.  Sign up nowlast_img read more

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Enterprise 2.0: A Balance of Collaboration Benefits and Compliance Concerns

first_imgFinancial institutions are highly regulated, perhaps more than any other type of company.  And that’s part of the reason why financial companies have been slow in adopting Enterprise 2.0 collaboration tools.  Chris Kanaracus at IDG recently gave the example of the company Vanguard in a small case study.   The Vanguard Group is a US-based investment management company that manages approximately $1.3 trillion in assets and has about 12,500 employees.  It offers mutual funds and other financial products and services to individual and institutional investors in the United States and abroad.Regulations are tough on financial institutions like Vanguard.  These companies are heavily bound by regulations.  Regulations that they need to comply with come from many places that include the Securities and Exchange Commission, private auditing firms and foreign regulators.  Vanguard manages a lot of money, and that implies that strong security is a necessity.  But equally important, Vanguard manages a lot of sensitive information — their client’s data.   It’s really no wonder that financial companies like Vanguard tend to be very conservative.  They make changes slowly and methodically to minimize any risks of jeopardizing the handling of large sums of money or with dealing with  their client’s data.So it’s interesting to see how Vanguard is dealing with social media and Enterprise 2.0.  Not unlike most companies, employees at Vanguard have asked for better corporate software tools to enable collaboration, tools like ones they’ve become accustomed to using on consumer web sites.  The Vanguard IT group has created a strategy that selects social technologies for adoption  by  considering the advantages of  mobility, collaboration and “enriching” communications.Vanguard has made some progress.  But there are many hurdles.  For example, regulations require that they be able to save and archive all messages in a non-rewriteable format.  They had been doing that for email, and they needed to come up with a way to do that with IM messages, and blogs and wikis too.  The company has also set up a number of internal collaboration sites and assigned a manager for each of the sites to regularly be checking the content posted to ensure the compliance of the information being exchanged.Progress with the use of social media at Vanguard has been slow and deliberate.  It’s hard, but there has been progress.  IT is pleased with their success to date.  They next plan to expand their strategy to include focus on achieving “device independence” — allowing access to social tools from a variety of device platforms.  They also want to be able to better connect the social tools that they have developed.Collaboration and Compliance often have conflicting needs.  It’s not an easy task, but with work, a balance between the two sides can be made possible.last_img read more

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