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Data backup and protection firm Acronis is launching an official research and development wing. The company today announced the formation of Acronis Labs, a research initiative split between its Arlington, VA and Moscow, Russia offices that will
Constructing an American Confucianism Speaking Freely is an Asia Times Online feature that allows guest writers to have their say...There ruminates a discussion, from East to West, as to how the perfect American Confucianism ought to be constructed.
Clay pharmacist Greg Carroll is working to bring a chapter of Toastmasters International to northeast Jefferson County. The group met for the first time last week at his pharmacy and will meet there every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The organization, which
Taipei, July 19 (CNA) Transparency International (TI) apologized again Friday for having misnamed the company that conducted a corruption survey on Taiwan but expressed full confidence in its findings. In a written response to the Taiwan government,
Taipei, July 12 (CNA) Transparency International is standing by its findings on Taiwan reported in its latest report on corruption but acknowledged misidentifying the polling company that actually did the survey and the method used.
Simon will develop and grow the mobility market for Acronis, recruiting new partners and customers. Simon Howe is a highly regarded sales professional with a proven track record in leading backup and software management vendors such as Acronis,
Riverbend Toastmasters will host an open house on Wednesday at Independence Bank in downtown Henderson located at the corner of Center and Green streets. A complimentary lunch will be served at the noon meeting, which will take place in the bank's
The club teaches public speaking and leadership skills for those who are not comfortable expressing themselves in public. The new club follows the guidelines of the Toastmasters International program but will develop its own personality.
Toastmasters experience, "Now I feel comfortable and confident to stand up in front of the House of Representatives and speak on any issue, because I have the necessary tools to do so." ), says he was "terrified" to speak in public when he joined
Encinitas third grader Adin Ackerman grew a humongous cabbage last summer. Reaching the size of the head of an adult lion (with mane) and tipping the scale at 34 pounds, his gardening paid off big time. Adin's name, with a photo of him hugging his