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UHY Advisors’ David Barton Frames Security, Legal Issues in Era of Cloud Computing ATL Tech Summit

UHY Advisors’ David Barton Frames Security, Legal Issues in Era of Cloud Computing ATL Tech Summit

UHY Advisors’ David Barton, with Amanda Witt of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, will deliver the keynote address, “Framing Legal and Security Issues in An Era of Cloud Computing,” at the July 22 Atlanta Technology Summit.  Designed for both business and technical leaders, the event provides guidance on best practice strategies to protect sensitive data. Leading CIOs, security experts and professional advisors will take on the challenges of data security in a world of cloud computing at the gathering, beginning at 8:30 a.m. the Atlanta Marriott Norcross Hotel (475 Technology Parkway, Norcross, 30092).

Cloud computing is gaining momentum as a cost-effective alternative to traditional IT infrastructure, with the market for cloud services forecast to grow to over $241 billion this year. However, a recent study by Accenture shows that IT departments are still reluctant to move to the cloud, due to privacy, lock-in, and security issues.

DealChicken to Hatch in Atlanta

DealChicken to Hatch in Atlanta

ATLANTA -- 11Alive will be working with Atlanta's top businesses to bring you local deals. We've been a part of this community for over 50 years, and we'll be connecting our clients to you in new and exciting ways.

DealChicken is not just about the one-time deal. The company focuses on providing a pathway, through the use of fun daily deals and other locally-focused marketing services, for merchants to develop long-term customer relationships in the Atlanta area.

You can sign up now to receive future DealChicken Atlanta daily deals by visiting DealChicken.com. Local merchants interested in partnering with DealChicken on daily deals should also visit the web site.

$15 = $30 worth of Princess Dress Up Clothes from EnchantedKidz.com

$15 = $30 worth of Princess Dress Up Clothes from EnchantedKidz.com

Mirror, mirror on the wall, We've got the best deal of them all! With Today's Scoop, present your little royal highness with magical dress up clothes worth twirling about from EnchantedKidz.com (locally-owned). CLICK HERE TO SAVE 50% off adorable tutus and sparkly butterfly wings for toddlers and girls!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS TUESDAY, JULY 12TH AT MIDNIGHT

ScoopMama.com brings you the Insider Deals on Local Family Fun! We offer our subscribers unbeatable family-friendly deals with savings of 40-75% off kid-friendly activities, stores, restaurants, services and more. Please sign up today to get the Inside Scoop (it's free to join).

Are You Stale?

Are You Stale?

 

Have you ever bitten into something that’s stale? There is nothing worse than having your mouth set on eating a chip, a cracker, a fry, or a piece of bread, only to realize that it has become stale, flavorless and cold.

Believe it or not, it happens like that in life, too. We get so caught up in trying to balance career, family and finances that we don’t realize we’ve evolved into a “flavorless” existence. Think about it, prior to adult responsibilities, we had hunger and ambition. We had zeal and imagination that dared us to be greater than people’s expectations… even our own. We had dreams of entrepreneurship, writing books, starting non-profits, singing, acting, etc… but where did they go? Have our fresh ideas, thoughts and desires become so stale that they’re lost for good?

Save 20% at great Atlanta restaurants throughout the month of July

Save 20% at great Atlanta restaurants throughout the month of July

Atlanta --  The first annual Dinner & A Cause Card benefiting the “Children of Conservation” project is now available.  The card costs only $50 and offers holders a 20% discount at great Atlanta restaurants while contributing 100% of the profits to the education of children and protection of wildlife in third world countries.  Giving Never Tasted So Good!  

People urged not to shop, work to protest Ga. law

People urged not to shop, work to protest Ga. law

ATLANTA (AP) -- As many parts of Georgia's law cracking down on illegal immigration take effect, a Latino community group is organizing "a day without immigrants" to protest the measure.

The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights is calling for a day of non-compliance, asking businesses to close and community members to stay home and not work or shop Friday.

Alan Conner, owner of Dakota Blue restaurant in Grant Park, said he thinks the law is unjust and planned to close for lunch Friday in solidarity.

But some urge caution. Jerry Gonzalez, executive director of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, says skipping work without authorization could cost people jobs in a tough economic climate.

Groups are also organizing a "march for justice" on Saturday at the state Capitol to protest the law.

(The Associated Press)