I have always loved to travel and whenever it came to booking accommodation, with the exception of my hostel stays in my early 20s, I would always opt to stay in a hotel. I love comfort and luxury and I never really saw much out there that could compete with hotels. That all changed about 3 years ago when I went away with a buddy of mine who booked us up for a series of vacation rentals in France during our month long trip around the country.
Ever since that vacation I have rarely stayed
It can be very easy for an enterprise to feel vulnerable in today's complex cyber environment. Barely a day goes by without some large-scale security breach getting reported in the news. The threat of attacks can definitely put a damper on the enthusiasm of embracing digital technologies and diving into the world of Big Data as a small business. However, there are many ways companies can proactively identify and prevent threats and cyber-crimes. Big Data can be used as a tool to keep enterprises
There isn't an industry that Big Data won't touch in the coming years. The new reality we're living in is based on acquiring and using data to reach goals whether it is personally or professionally. There are some industries that are becoming immersed in the world of Big Data far sooner than others. One of the industries that is embracing Big Data in big ways is the healthcare industry.
Actionability of Big Data Offering in Healthcare Settings
The biggest advantage that healthcare institutions
Now that the cooler weather is officially here, gone are the days when we can nip out and about wearing just a t-shirt. It’s all about layering up this season so, with a little help from House of Fraser and their range of men’s coats, we’ve shortlisted the three must-have men’s jackets for AW16.
The ultimate in everyday style, make bomber jackets your new best friend this season. They’re bang on trend and are perfect for mastering those smart-casual occasions.
There was a time when conferences and other corporate events were barely tolerable. It seemed more like a punishment to get sent to one on behalf of your company. It was a necessary evil that someone had to do. If you were very unlucky, that someone would be you.
Almost everything about the experience was bad. Here is a list of things that could still stand improvement:
Venues that are hard to get to
Limited and expensive parking
Limited and expensive lodging
Insufficient food options