Valerie Musson

Valerie Musson

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Cloud Computing Industry Sees Massive Surge in Mergers and Acquisitions

It’s no secret that digital cloud solutions are becoming an increasingly popular option for all kinds of businesses. In fact, 80% of cloud adopters see improvements within six months of moving to the cloud. Now, cloud-hosting firm Contegix is reaping the benefits of cloud success and has purchased BlackMesh Inc., which is its third deal this year alone, according to the St. Louis Dispatch.

Managed Security Services Market Increasing In Demand, Experts Say

In the technology age, digital security is absolutely essential. Hackers can infiltrate virtually any device and access virtually any information they want to. And according to Lisa Detwiler, President of SSD Technology Partners, the demand for managed security services have skyrocketed in recent years.

Seattle Man Uses Work Injury To Educate High Schoolers About Workplace Safety Importance

According to KOMO News, one Seattle man is using his unfortunate workplace injury as a way to educate children about the importance of workplace safety.

Can of Hairspray Explodes in Vancouver Woman's Car, Gets Lodged in Windshield

Most of the time, windshield damages are caused by pebbles, rocks, and other roadside debris. However, one unusual situation in Vancouver leaves experts warning drivers everywhere of an unexpected risk during the hot summer months — aerosol cans.

Study Shows Two Daily Cups of Coffee Reduces Risk of Liver Cancer

Researchers from the University of Southampton and the University of Edinburgh found that drinking two cups of coffee per day lowers the risk of liver cancer by one third, according to The Telegraph.

Nebraska Prison Receives Bill From Dentist For Making Dentures For Inmates Who Were Not Eligible To Receive Them

In Lincoln, Nebraska, a dentist working with the state prison system sent an invoice to the department for a total of $145,500 to make dentures for numerous prison inmates who otherwise would not have been eligible to receive them, according to the Nebraska State Auditor’s Office.

Heated Up: San Diego Woman Signs A/C Service Contract And Gets Nothing But Cold Shoulder

When Gail Duffey of Rancho Penasquitos, San Diego noticed a display stand outside her local Home Depot about two years ago, she thought it would be a wise decision to sign a service contract for her air conditioner.

Charleston Animal Society Pushing For Independent Study On Carriage Tour Industry

Of all the cities that boast horse carriage rides as an attraction, Charleston certainly ranks toward the top of the list. In fact, Charleston earned the number one spot on Travel and Leisure Magazine’s “World’s Best Cities” list in 2016. And though all reputable carriage tour companies treat their horses with the utmost care, the Charleston Animal Society is pushing to start an independent study to weed out the few companies who may overwork their horses.

Adidas Sends Email With Most Awkward Subject Line In History

In recent business blunder news, the Adidas marketing team is recovering from an awkward faux pas after sending what was supposed to be a congratulatory email but instead ended up referencing and making light of a national tragedy.

This Oregon Company Produces Honey Infused With Cannabis

We all know that buying locally produced honey supports both local businesses and the environment, since bees are an essential part of our ecosystem and play a crucial role in the pollination of our crops and foods. And while North Dakota lead the way in honey production in 2013 with 33 million pounds of honey produced, Oregon isn’t far behind. In fact, they’re stepping up their honey production to the next level by infusing it with cannabis oil.