Connecticut Light & Power is proposing a 115,000-volt underground transmission line about 1.5 miles that will connect two substations in the city. Critics who said CL&P, a subsidiary of Northeast Utilities, restored power too slowly after powerful storms in 2011 urged the utility to bury lines to avoid power outages.
Unitrends, the leading provider of all-in-one backup, archiving, instant recovery and disaster recovery solutions, today announced that the company experienced double digit revenue growth in 2012 -- the best year in the company's 24-year history.
The debate now under way underscores how different guns are from other social issues -- how this topic is not just about you, but about us. In a world of weaponry unimaginable to the people who came up with the Second Amendment, how do you strike the right balance between the individual's right to bear arms and the government's role in protecting the public?
As enterprises make mission-critical data available to employees, they also must consider legal and compliance regulations in their respective industries. Many organizations are required by law to be in compliance with data protection standards. CMS’s new CE Secure DiskVault USB 3.0 helps ensure that companies meet regulations such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley and more.
Deputy Health Minister Asad Ramlawi also said Monday more than 225 people have been infected by the H1N1 influenza strain, known as swine flu. He said more than 25,000 vaccinations have been administered this year to prevent it. The West Bank has 2.5 million residents.
Telepresence-robot makers are trying to bridge that gap with wheeled machines — controlled over wireless Internet connections — that give remote workers a physical presence in the workplace. The robots could let managers inspect overseas factories, salespeople greet store customers, family members check on elderly relatives or art lovers tour foreign museums.
xMatters won Silver honors for their integrated marketing campaign that focuses on a new approach to connect with current and future clients. With innovative and creative mailers, emails and webinars, xMatters is investing in their markets, educating participants on a new view into enterprise communications.
A powerful winter storm brought snow to inland parts of the Northeast and driving rain and wind to areas along the coast Thursday, after it swept through the nation's middle, dumping a record snowfall in Arkansas and spawning Gulf Coast region tornadoes.
Authorities said Spengler set a car on fire and touched off an "inferno" in his Webster home on a strip of land along the Lake Ontario shore, took up a sniper's position and opened fire on the first firefighters to arrive at about 5:30 a.m. on Christmas Eve.
Even as we struggle to figure out what happened at Sandy Hook Elementary School — who did what and why — the sad frequency of attacks by men with guns is creating a growing school of thought based on a simple premise: Be ready for the bullets.
In 2013 the cloud will continue to forge a massive convergence of technologies -- similar to the evolution of the cell phone to the smart phone. "The lines between platform as a service (PaaS) and cloud services brokerages will blur into a conceptual operating system for the 'Web as a platform'."
Tuesday's report by ISNA quotes provincial civil defense chief Ali Akbar Akhavan as saying the virus targeted a power plant and some other industries in Hormozgan province in recent months. Akhavan says Iranian computer experts were able to "successfully stop" the worm.
Netflix service has been fully restored after a Christmas Eve outage denied many the opportunity to stream video on TVs, tablets and PCs. The company, which is based in Los Gatos, California, blames problems with Amazon Web Services, and says it is investigating further.
Mr. Battaglia will assume responsibility for the airline's JetForward Program, the largest single multi-year strategic initiative in Operations to improve core technology used in planning, running and recovering JetBlue's operation within System Operations.
State officials say the personal information of more than 92,000 Missourians was accessed by potential identity thieves who hacked the computer systems of Nationwide Insurance, which also does business as Allied Insurance. Missouri's insurance director says the breach affected the records of people who got quotes for auto insurance after August 2011.