January 29, 2013 by guest
Double wide mobile homes can provide families with affordable yet comfortable living, making them a great choice for any budget. Just how much new double wide mobile homes cost vary depending on the size and brand chosen, but in general, new double wide homes are much more affordable than stick-build homes with the same square footage and features.
Double wide mobile homes are at a minimum of 20 feet wide and can be up to 90 feet long, and are transported in 2 sections to be placed on a foundation or land. The average cost of a new double wide mobile home varies from around $40,000 for a basic model to up to $80,000 for one that is custom-built to owner specifications. Most double wide mobile homes feature 3 to 4 bedrooms and up to 2 bathrooms, but larger (and more expensive) models can have up to 6… Read the restRead more of this article
January 23, 2013 by Marc
Data leakage is a common problem among today’s enterprises. With the rise of the Internet and mobile computing, combined with BYOD company policies, there are several different ways hackers can gain access to a company’s proprietary and confidential data.
If you’re using a company device, or a BYOD device which has access to core company databases and applications, you’ll want to take steps to protect the privacy of your organization and its customers. Secure browsing is a critical component of good security practices at the office.
Abide by company rules
Even if your company has a BYOD policy, it likely has a set of security standards
it expects employees to abide by to ensure proper security measures. Always follow any security policies and procedures set forth by your company – they’re designed specifically to prevent data leakage. Whether company-issued or not, your device… Read the restRead more of this article
January 10, 2013 by Marc
Insurance scams have become a way for criminals to rob insurance companies for money, without directly stealing it. Keep in mind, insurance fraud makes you just as guilty as the next criminal, but it’s a scam that is practiced by many and unfortunately, a lot of these individuals have never spent a day behind bars. Below, you will find 5 common insurance scams and you will also learn exactly how you can see them.
1 – Forcing a rear-end collision
One common auto insurance scam is when an individual forces a rear-end collision. Since this is a difficult type of accident to judge, it’s almost always deemed the behind drivers fault. Therefore, someone who is committing an insurance scam can swerve in front of another vehicle and apply the brakes. If the vehicle rear-ends them, it will be their fault and the insurance scammer will not only get compensated for … Read the restRead more of this article
January 8, 2013 by Marc
Your retail team of employees is whom the customer will have direct contact with when they walk into your store. A proactive team who engages the consumer in a positive manner is especially valuable, and directly serves to increase sales and the customer shopping experience. So how can you increase employee proactivity in your own retail environment? Read these tips and learn how to train and motivate your employees to be more proactive.
1. Lead by Example
If you approach your employees with a positive attitude and exhibit an energetic appearance, the same traits can infect your employees. You can foster a more energetic workplace by keeping being proactive yourself. As a manager, you can still approach customers, ask them how their day is going, inquire as to whether they need help with anything, and take a more proactive approach in general towards helping staff and consumers.
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January 3, 2013 by guest
Mobile security is more important than ever before. There is not just the mobile phone to be concerned with – it’s all the other digital devices as well. Tablets, iPads and even e-readers are becoming increasingly popular. People are using these devices to do online banking, download music and conduct other business on the Internet as well. Security is a hot topic in 2013 because of how utilized these devices are – and how much the right security measures can protect.
Research shows that online shopping for the 2012 holiday season was up considerably from past years. It is estimated that about 30 percent of these sales came from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. With more transactions being completed on such devices, it’s proof that mobile security is needed now more than in the past. Computers are usually protected, however few people think about their mobile devices because they… Read the restRead more of this article
January 3, 2013 by guest
Earning your degree can be one of the more complicated things you have ever set out to accomplish.
It doesn’t matter whether you are earning your degree online or at a campus. It doesn’t matter whether you are earning your associate’s degree, your bachelor’s degree or a postgraduate degree. What does matter is that you stay organized so you can earn your degree easier.
There are five ways to organize your life more effectively while earning your degree.
#1: Use Notes in an Electronic Format
Notes should be taken electronically. You can do this in an array of different ways. You can bring a tablet or laptop to class and type all of your notes as the teacher talks. You can also write out the notes and scan them into a software program that will identify the words and save them electronically. Another way… Read the restRead more of this article
October 17, 2012 by Marc
On July 5, 2012, the Supreme Court of New Jersey held in Sussex Commons Assocs., LLC v. Rutgers, the State University that records of clinical cases at public law schools are not subject to the Open Public Records Act (OPRA).
New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner, in writing the majority opinion of the Court, described the Rutgers Environmental Litigation Clinic, (RELC):
A clinical legal education program at Rutgers Law School-Newark that provides pro bono legal assistance to clients on environmental matters. Rutgers legal clinics operate like a law firm in office space that is accessible only to the clinics. The clinics serve an important educational function by providing an opportunity for law students to perform “hands-on” legal work on actual cases. In 1996, the American Bar Association began to require that accredited law schools offer such programs. Today, clinical legal programs are an accepted part of legal… Read the restRead more of this article
September 25, 2012 by Marc
Oftentimes we grow tired of our everyday activities – sleep, eat, shower, work – and we could all use a break. Not necessarily taking a leave of absence and going off on an island vacation, just something different without having to go for miles and spend money on mojitos. One thing we can do at home is to take part in a little room redecoration. It can be quite a therapeutic task, and not to mention exciting.
What You Get Out of Redecorating
Redecorating your home or a single space at home can have its advantages. It can give you something new and refreshing to come home to after a stressful day at work; it can take your mind off certain issues clouding your head; it can please the significant other and satisfy his or her apparent obsessive-compulsive neatness; it can be an opportunity to remove the clutter at… Read the restRead more of this article