The Alaska State Medical Examiner says there was no obvious trauma on the body of a Juneau man found in the Mendenhall Wetlands.KTUU-TV reports that the medical examiner identified the dead man as 56-year-old John Ross Knudson of Juneau. Two duck hunters found his body when hunting in the wetlands Wednesday morning.Juneau Police spokesman Lt. David Campbell says the body was exposed to the elements for a minimum of several days, making identification difficult.
Scattered showers were witnessed in parts of the national Capital on Monday which failed to bring any respite from the humid weather conditions that Delhiites have been facing since the past few days.The maximum temperature on Monday was recorded at 34.7 degrees Celsius which was a notch above the season’s average while the minimum temperature had settled at 24.6 degree Celsius, two notches below the normal.“Areas under Palam, Lodhi Road and
Kolkata: State Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Tuesday urged the Vice-Chancellor of Presidency University to take a humanitarian approach and complete the renovation of the Hindu hostel as fast as possible. Chatterjee on Tuesday spoke with V-C Anuradha Lohia and told her to take all possible measures to expedite the renovation work. The minister also enquired of the progress of work and the cause of delay in handing over the hostel.”The work for the Hindu Hostel has been going for a long time and the students have lost patience. So they are resorting to agitation which is affecting the prestige associated with the varsity. If the work could have been completed in time then there would not have been such an agitation,” Chatterjee said.Lohia on Monday had sought another four to five months from the students in handing over the hostel. She had claimed that the state Public Works Department (PWD) has not been able to complete the renovation work in time, causing the delay. The V-C had earlier promised to open the Hindu Hostel for students byJuly 15.
At this point it probably goes without saying that cloud services are becoming crazy popular. So much so, more than half of all U.S. businesses use some form of it. Whether managed internally or contracted to a third party like Google or Amazon, cloud services allow businesses to manage their information and files in one location that’s easy to access and secure.But exactly how secure is the cloud? Even if your IT staff or service provider is vigilantly securing your cloud with the latest safety measures and security systems, cloud storage can still be risky business. Everything is hackable. Nothing is breach-proof.Related: Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of the CloudTech giant Dell recently surveyed 200 IT managers in the United Kingdom about their use and understanding of the cloud. Based on the results, the company put together the infographic below, which looks at three critical areas of cloud security: Virtual Private Networks (VPN, which allows a computer or a Wi-Fi-enabled device to send and receive data securely across a shared or public network), bring your own device (BYOD) policies and a Domain Name System (DNS, the system that Internet domain names and addresses are tracked and regulated by).So, the question is obvious: How safe is your cloud?Click to Enlarge+ Related: Why Uncovering a Network Security Breach Can Take Weeks or Months November 5, 2014 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. 2 min read Register Now »