The scare is over, but as it turns out, there was no reason to be scared in the first place.
The Carnival Magic cruise carrying a Dallas lab supervisor who had handled an Ebola patient’s blood samples returned to port on Sunday, where health officials confirmed that the hospital worker had tested negative for Ebola.
The hospital worker’s movements were not restricted by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention when she boarded the ship, but since then, the CDC put her and other health care workers on a more active watch regimen, and on Wednesday, federal officials asked that the cruise line’s medical team monitor the woman.
The healthcare worker and her husband chose
Being able to connect to the internet is crucial to finding success in this increasingly digital age of commerce. Consider, according to eMarketer, web surfers across the world will spend upwards of $1.5 trillion on their favorite products and services online by the end of 2014. If your company isn’t successfully managing its computer server racks, particularly their network capabilities, chances are you’re not going to see a single dime of that growing eCommerce revenue.
It used to be that networking was simply a matter of connecting computers via an ethernet cable and hitting the power button on your server setup. Today, with ever evolving security standards, wireless internet, and increasingly complex hardwa
Signs have always been an important advertising tool for businesses. In fact, a business typically gets about half of its local business from its on premises signs. The thing about business signs though is that a business owner can’t just prop up an A-frame on the side of the road and call it a day. Signs need to be good. Signs need to be visible, interesting, and make people want to come inside. After all, most people will judge a business based on the signs it displays. Here are three of the worst types of sign fails that all business owners should avoid.
Burned Out Neon Letters
Neon business signs are great to have since they’re illuminated and visually interesting. Until one of the letters burns out. Not only does this look negligent on the part of the business and makes it ha