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Shelters in South Florida – Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew

The Governor Rick Scott warn the public about Hurricane Matthew this morning, “this storm will kill you” he said.   Please continue making all the recommended preparations for Hurricane Matthew, National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Matthew has strengthened to Category 4 storm: Here are the key messages from NHC regarding Category 4 #hurricane #Matthew at 11 am EDT Thurs. @NHCDirector @NOAA — NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) October 6, 2016 Don't forget to contact your local authorities to seek more information about the status of the shelters, in case that you live in a mandatory evacuation zone or not sure, visit Miami Dade County web site, the following are some of the locations in: Miami-Dade … [Read more...]

¿Visita decente de Trump a México? Diálogos de Sordos eso, que ni qué.


No tengo ni palabras decentes para describir lo que paso el día de ayer. Trate de recordar todo el día, cuál de los candidatos a la Presidencia de los Estados Unidos halla sido invitado oficialmente por algún Presidente de México durante nuestra historia de diplomacia entre ambos países, las visitas oficiales si se encuentran resgistradas (1). Durante todos estos años, han ido varios representantes de visita, como Reagan a México cuando era precandidato al partido Republicano, siendo todavía Gobernador de California – y donde mi padre (Ariel Ramos Guzmán) lo conoció por primera vez, en el Aeropuerto de la Ciudad de México, donde solito esperaba su avión de regreso a casa. Pero nunca, bienvenidos OFICIALMENTE por alguna delegación del SRE (2) y menos por Presidente de la … [Read more...]

“Work like you own it”: not-so common sense in the service industry.

Last Wednesday, the Biltmore Hotel hosted Dr. Bryan K. William’s workshop and keynote speech concentrated on bettering the service industry. Albeit the keynote speech was engaging, it shed light on the not-so common-sense tips that help raise a company’s customer service and overall service, highlighting the loss of humanity in today’s corporate and cold business environment. Mr. Williams outlined 6 habits to enforce in the workplace in order to better service: for an employee to ask him/herself how and who he/she will “wow” today, to identify customer preferences, to give fellow teammates recognition, to be an ambassador of their workplace and company, to sign off work/personal service standards, and to acknowledge, resolve and own complaints and help avoid them in the … [Read more...]

Aggressive Ransomware campaign was recently released


A particularly aggressive Ransomware campaign was recently released.  It was observed and mention by several Companies around the world, their IT departments had notified that more than 120,000 E-Mails were sent daily over the last weeks. Ransomware is malicious software that encrypts files and demands payment for the decryption key. In the latest strain: The spam subject is an empty, “Fw:”, with a zip file attachment named: The body of the message indicates that the attachment contains requested invoices in Excel file format. The other campaign was sent with subject “Profile” containing a similar zip file attachment. The name of that attached file is: As always, we suggest … [Read more...] blasting into e-commerce

Last Thursday’s event, hosted in Brickell’s Building & Co., brought’s Director of Program Management Rick Paster to inform the Miami tech-scene about the company and some key strategies being implemented. is an e-commerce site where adding a product to the checkout cart unlocks discounts for other similar, complimentary products, almost on an endless pathway; the user sees savings go up as the quantity of goods purchased also goes up. The company has been coined the “Amazon-killer”; however, Paster made the important point that the company does not consider itself a killer or competitor to Amazon, as there is room for many, diverse players in the e-commerce industry. It was refreshing to hear an executive reminding the public that competition and … [Read more...]