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Professionally: Raynesha Pittman is the CEO, Founder and a author at Conglomerate Ink, an Urban Literature publishing company established November 2010 to help authors expose and share their talents of storytelling while developing discipline in their craft. In May 2011 Raynesha was offered the opportunity to help promote literacy nationwide by childhood friend, author and now publisher Terry L. Wroten by joining the West Coast Authors Movement also known as W-CAM where Raynesha not only fills the position of an author on the team but is also over website design and management and acts as W-CAM's Southern liaison due to her living in the South. Her greatest literary achievement came in January 2014 when she was signed to write2eat publications under the legendary K'wan Foye.
Titles: Raynesha's debut novel titled "KISMET" the first book of the "Beyond the Bedroom Series" an urban fiction drama with a touch of erotica was published March 2011 under her label. The second volume in the series and an amazon kindle best seller "Kismet 2-Some Things You Will Never Understand" was published in November 2011. She also has a story titled, "Scratch a Liar, find a Thief" in the anthology "Traces of My Lipstick- Gangstress Elite tales" that was published under Ink Game publishing in December 2011. She is currently working on turning the short story into a full length novel. "Kismet 3- When a Man's Fed up",the final installment of the Kismet trilogy was released January 2013."Dog Food", which is the author's release under write to eat was released on 07-08-2014
Accomplishments: Raynesha was nominated in the Hip Hop of the Ville awards for best Indie author of the year in January 2012 and was also nominated in the Prodigy Publishing Group's Second Annual Urban Literary Awards for most likely to succeed debut author of the year in February 2012.
Host Donald Whitehead will welcome key leaders, grassroots organizers, experts, and other voices to discuss ending homelessness, progressive politics, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, social change, community action, community organizing, and more!
Justin Jeffre, Streetvibes Editor
After studying at the University of Cincinnati, Justin Jeffre became a member of the multi-platinum recording group 98 Degrees. In addition to his passion for music, Justin has been active in Cincinnati’s political scene, including running for city office and leading campaigns for numerous causes. He became a co-publisher of the Cincinnati Beacon in 2006, a position he held until July of 2012. In 2008, Justin worked as a ballot access coordinator for the Nader for President campaign. He currently serves on the board of Common Cause Ohio and the Friends of the School for Creative and Performing Arts. In July of 2012, Justin became the Editor of Streetvibes.
In July 2010, Microsoft transitioned from providing mainstream support for Windows Server 2003 to releasing critical patches only. July 14, 2015 marks another transition, this time the end of Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003/R2.
While this date may seem distant, now is the time to understand that the end of support and the end of life of Windows Server 2003 means that your business needs to ensure that it has a plan to migrate the applications and workloads currently relying on Windows Server 2003 onto Windows Server 2012 R2 or Microsoft Azure.
Just to be clear, End-of-Support for Windows Server 2003 means:
NO UPDATES Will be developed or released after the end of support
NO COMPLIANCE (HIPAA, PCI, SOX, etc.) which speaks for itself
NO SAFE HAVEN as both physical & virtualized environments affected
If you're still using Windows Server 2003, you to start your planning to migrate off of Windows Server 2003 and onto a platform that will provide you the security and reliability that you’ve experienced over the last decade with Windows Server 2003, with the added value of the features now included in Windows Server 2012 R2, as well as the hybrid opportunities available to you with Microsoft Azure.
Delaying will only create additional expenses, and ‘rigging’ your environments to detect intrusion, inclusion of more advanced firewalls, network segmentation, and so on, to simply isolate Windows Server 2003 servers will only result in a datacenter that costs more, and is still out of compliance, and out of date. Not to mention the maintenance costs for aging hardware… you’re just delaying your opportunity to transform.
If You Plan To Stay With Microsoft What Should You Do Now? We'll discuss that in this series.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald, talk to Dr Dave Goulson, Professor of Bumblebee Ecology and Conservation at the University of Sussex will talk about his reanalysis of a FERA field studr titled, “Neonicotinoids impact bumblebee colony fitness in the field; a reanalysis of the UK’s Food & Environment Research Agency 2012 experiment.” Stay tuned!
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