Power Shift offers new ‘Cloud’ email

first_imgLocal Internet company, Power Shift, is pleased to announce that it is now offering a new email service to its business customers. CloudMail is a next generation email solution that features secure hosting within a Cloud environment, as well as enhanced email applications.‘We have had challenges in the past with email services and servers,’ notes Ryan Meravi, Power Shift’s sales manager. ‘With CloudMail, the challenges are in the past. Emails are hosted in the Cloud, an extremely stable and secure environment, and the additional features should appeal to small and large business customers alike.’The new email service is available to all Power Shift’s domain hosted email customers now, and features increased storage, enhanced spam protection, easy syncing of calendars, contacts, and email with mobile devices, and more.Founded in 1992, Power Shift provides global Web hosting, design, and advanced email services to individuals and businesses, with small town customer service from its offices in Stowe, Vermont. For more information, contact Power Shift at 802-253-6287 or visit them at www.pshift.com(link is external) .  Source: PowerShift. STOWE, VT ‘ May 12, 2011 ‘last_img read more

EPL: Grealish fires Villa out of drop zone

first_imgRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal EPL: Foxes attack Burnley Martinez completes £20m Aston Villa move Struggling Aston Villa picked up their second away win of the Premier League season, securing three vital points in a 2-1 win at Burnley on New Year’s Day, their first league win at Turf Moor since 1936. Villa thought they had taken an 11th minute lead through a diving header from Jack Grealish but a VAR review found that Wesley’s heel was marginally offside during the move and the goal was overturned. It was Wesley who did open the scoring though in the 23rd – the impressive Grealish finding him in the box and the Brazilian swivelled and fired past Nick Pope to give Villa a deserved lead. Burnley were unusually sloppy in defence and lacking their usual spirit of work-rate and it was no shock when Grealish doubled Villa’s lead four minutes before the break, finishing off a lovely passing move with a confident curling finish. Sean Dyche made a double substitution at the break with Jay Rodriguez and Johann Gudmundsson introduced and that had the desired effect with the Clarets much more positive. Rodriguez and Chris Wood both missed good chances before Wood finally found the target with a back post header from an Ashley Westwood cross in the 80th minute but Burnley were unable to force an equaliser. Villa’s former Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton injured himself attempting to keep out the goal and was carried off the pitch on a stretcher.Tags: Aston VillaBurnleyJack Grealishlast_img read more

USC freshman preparing for national tour

first_imgIt’s not everyone who gets a shout-out from Taylor Swift, but Robby Hauldren, a freshman and member of rising EDM duo Louis the Child, is an exception.Hauldren and his musical partner, Freddy Kennet, were recently supported by Swift in an Instagram post. The pop singer instagrammed a picture of her playlist, “New Songs That Will Make Your Life Awesome, I Promise!,” which included the duo’s song, “It’s Strange.”With more than 1 million likes, Swift’s Instagram post certainly gave Louis The Child an extra boost, but the Chicago-based group has been gaining popularity ever since they started collaborating in high school.“I met Freddy through a mutual friend when we both went out to see Madeon,” Hauldren said. “At the time, I was making mash-ups and getting a good amount of buzz, and Freddy was producing his own music too.”After the concert, Kennet reached out to Hauldren, and the two discovered they had similar interests and EDM influences.“We started making music together, came up with a name, and posted our stuff on Facebook for our friends to check out,” Hauldren said. “Later on, we got a manager who encouraged us to send our music to some blogs, which really helped us get more attention.”Louis The Child finally got their first big break in 2014 at Chicago’s Spring Awakening Music Festival. SAWF is largely known for its culture of house music, but it features a wide range of artists including past performers Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Hardwell, Zeds Dead and Adventure Club.This year, Hauldren and Kennet have their own tour, which starts on Oct. 17 in Chicago. Despite living in different cities, the two will be traveling every weekend to perform “It’s Strange” and other original hits.“Freddy’s a year younger, so he’s finishing up his senior year of high school while I’m out here,” Hauldren said. “But back home we didn’t live together anyway, so we can still operate the same just by sending ideas to each other back and forth.”At USC, Hauldren studies music industry and has already performed some of his singles and remixes at school-related events. This past weekend, he was featured at Phi Delta Theta’s registered party, Phi Delt Phitness.“I heard about Louis The Child over the summer because there was a lot of buzz about Robby attending USC in the fall,” said Paul Samaha, Phi Delt’s social chair. “I began listening to all of their music on SoundCloud and instantly knew I needed them to perform at our house.”Hauldren was the headliner for Phi Delt’s event. One of the fraternity brothers, Curtis Toyota, opened and closed the show.According to Samaha, Louis The Child’s musical style is the perfect blend of blissful harmonies that lead up to a climactic beat drop.“Both the harmonies and the beat drops never disappoint,” Samaha said. “Louis The Child is blowing up at an exponential rate, and we are extremely lucky to have been able to book them.”Junior electrical engineering major Karen Wang, who was at the event, agreed that Louis the Child is a unique, up-and-coming group.“Their futuristic beat is catchy because it gives you a light and happy feeling,” Wang said. “I first heard their music through a friend’s recommendation, so it’s surreal being able to see Robby live now.”Looking ahead, Hauldren hopes to continue making music with Kennet. If the two make it big, he sees himself pursuing his passion full-time, but still holding onto his Trojan identity.“Whether or not I’m here for one year or four years, I want to be involved in everything this school has to offer,” Hauldren said. “It’s already given me so much, so I’d love to give back in any way that I can.”last_img read more

Ordega Plans Football Academy to Empower Young Girls

first_img‎Ordega, 24, who currently plays for Washington Spirit in the National Women’s League in the United States of America believes so much in the future of young girls in her community and charged them to remain focus.She maintained that they can achieve greatness in every area of their endeavor.The Falcons forward called on privileged Nigerians not to forget their roots and to always show love to those in need in order to give them a sense of belonging in the society.According to her the best way to show gratitude for what a society has given to any individual is to give back and added that for her she will continue to demonstrate such gesture.She urged the students ‎not to despair irrespective of the family they were born into as they cannot change that but can change their future for the better and stressed that they can make their state great through various means and capacity.“I conquered, you can conquer. I served my country by playing for the national team. You can serve our country by being the president, governor or something greater. I played international football for Nigeria. You can work in any multinational abroad if that is what you prefer with the right qualification. I made Benue proud, you can make Benue greater. Dream, have focus, pray and the sky will be your starting point,” Ordega noted in her message to the girls.‎At the orphanage home she also gave out food stuffs, beverages, toiletries, detergents ‎and other house hold items worth millions of naira to the inmates.“For me I think that it is important to show love to those who don’t have. People who have benefited immensely from our country should give back a little of what they have. It’s just like paying tithe.“I have been very fortunate to play football at the highest level for the country and beyond. I do not have all the money but the little I have, I think I can share with those who need it. That is the way to go and that is why I came here today to let these ones who may be feeling disillusioned because of their situation to look up and be happy.” She concluded.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Donates educational material to schools in Benue StateSuper Falcons’ Forward, Francesca Ordega, has disclosed that her pet project, The Francisca Mlumun Ordega Foundation will soon build a multi-million dollars female football academy in the country to take young hawkers off the streets to discover their talents in sports.Ordega stated this when she visited some schools and orphanage homes in her native town of Gboko, Benue State where she presented some educational materials like note books, dictionaries, pencils, pens, school bags and footballs to them.“My foundation wants to build a football academy to educate young girls, take them out of the street and give them a new lease of life. If I can get to where I am now, I am sure a lot of our girls can do same. So there is no need to wallow in self-pity,” stressed the senior national team player.last_img read more

Ganapati Malta bolsters operational team with Bell & Negotei hires

first_img Related Articles Share Industry hi-definition games developer, Ganapati Malta, has announced that it has expanded its commercial and product development teams, appointing Zoe Bell as Commercial Manager and Irina Negotei as new Product Manager.Zoe Bell will bolster Ganapati Malta’s commercial division, as the company seeks to aggressively expand its industry partnerships in the coming months. Bell has prior industry experience having served as Customer Engagement Manager for Playtech Plc (2010-2014).Irina Negotei will work within Ganapati’s product development and innovation division Ganalogics SRL. An experienced industry product manager Negotai previously worked for industry technology supplier EveryMatrix as Head of Casino Operations (2015-2017).Mitsuya Fujimoto, CEO of Ganapati Malta, commented on the appointments “We are thrilled to have such experienced and talented members join our growing staff. With both Zoe and Irina’s knowledge and history in the Gambling industry, we can’t wait for what the future holds for Ganapati PLC and our clients.”Richard Hogg, Director of Ganapati Malta, was pleased to strengthen the firm’s operational divisions as the company enters a crucial stage in its growth and services. Hogg commented on the appointments;“Having Zoe join our growing team has ensured we build on our existing relationships with our prospective clients. Her knowledge and enthusiasm are second to none, and has been with a major games supplier for 7 years; it is fantastic to see the faith she has in what we are building here at Ganapati.”“Irina chose to join us in our new office in Bucharest. Adding someone with her industry knowledge and passion for our games will ensure the team in the office deliver to the high standards we demand.” SBTech boosts platform offering with BetGames.TV deal April 14, 2020 Share 21Bet launches World Cup Bank Builder January 22, 2018 Submit Time to innovate: BetGames.tv gets BOS attention September 11, 2019 StumbleUponlast_img read more

Interesting: Where do Football Players need a Passport when they go get the Ball?

first_imgAn unusual story comes from Kostajnica. One third of the stadium of FC Partizan from Kostajnica belong to Croatia and the rest belongs to Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is why players sometimes need passport when they go get the ball.During the match on the field of FC Partizan in Kostajnica, players cross the border with Croatia several hundred times. Even crazier is the fact that when the ball ends up in the nearby woods, the one who goes get it must have a passport to bring the ball back. The border between BiH and Croatia goes straight across the football field. Benches for backup players are also in Croatia, so it could be said that they are watching the match from the European Union!“We came into this situation after the disintegration of Yugoslavia. When the ball ends up somewhere north of the out line, the one who goes get it has passport by his side, just in case. Croatian border policemen have not yet asked for the passport, but they did request passports from some people who cultivate land nearby,” said the president of the football club Zoran Avramović.When asked whether both football players and referees must have passports in their shorts because they constantly cross the border on the field, Avramović responded: “They don’t. Prior to the disintegration we competed in the Zagreb regional league with clubs such as Slaven Belupo, and now we are in the Banja Luka regional league. We have good relations with Croatians, many football players from Croatia played for our club and they still come occasionally to watch games.”(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more