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postheadericon UK’s ICO launches first ever International Strategy

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched an International Strategy, which provides guidance on key issues such as GDPR and changing technologies.

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postheadericon International Internet Day: A great network targeted by cybercriminals

As the world celebrates International Internet Day, we take a look at how cybercriminal activity has evolved online.

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postheadericon Cyberattacks should be included in international humanitarian law

The seriousness of cyberattacks is such that it should be included in international humanitarian law, a new report from the Global Commission on Internet Governance has said.

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postheadericon Dozens arrested in international Darkode crackdown

International law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 60 people suspected of carrying out cybercrime associated with the Darkode forum.

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postheadericon Microsoft technology hits the high seas with Royal Caribbean International

REDMOND, Wash. — Aug. 25, 2014 — Royal Caribbean Cruises International is providing its 40,000 crew members with Windows 8.1 tablets. Crew members of Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, will be the first to receive the 8-inch Windows-based tablets built by HEXA for the cruise line. The tablets will feature services such as Bing, Skype, Office 365 and OneDrive. Rollout will begin in October and is expected to be completed by the end of December with every shipboard employee in the Royal Caribbean fleet receiving a tablet.

Richard D. Fain, chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, made the announcement Monday in Papenburg, Germany, at a technology reveal of the Quantum of the Seas, a new ship reimagined with technology to take the vacation experience to a whole new level. Fain said, “The Royal Caribbean men and women who provide such great vacations are the real heroes of our fleet, and these gifts demonstrate our appreciation in a tangible way. This technology isn’t only about giving our guests a better vacation — it’s about giving our crew and their families a closer connection than we’ve ever been able to.”

The Windows tablets will enable crew members to keep in closer contact with family members and friends while away from home. With a personal tablet, crew members will be able to keep family members up to date by talking face-to-face via Skype, sharing photos on OneDrive and getting things done with Office 365. With Windows 8.1, the device provides a modern, touch-friendly experience that will easily accommodate the active and mobile lifestyle of crew members.

“Royal Caribbean is using technology to transform experiences for guests and crew members, and we’re thrilled to partner with them on their journey. Microsoft cloud and mobile technologies are going to help Royal Caribbean crew members who represent so many countries around the world stay in touch with their family and friends,” said Jane Boulware, vice president of U.S. Windows Devices. “With a tablet in hand, a father can attend a parent-teacher conference, a mother can review her son’s book report and friends can check each other’s Facebook posts.”

The Quantum of the Seas will include Microsoft technology onboard as well. Guests aboard the Quantum will be able to take advantage of Xbox One consoles on board to play games with friends around the world or enjoy entertainment at sea — all available for the first time through Xbox Live and via the ship’s unprecedented connectivity. The new ship also will leverage a mobile point-of-sale system that is powered by sleek Dell Venue 8 Pro tablets featuring the VeriFone payment sleeve, which includes card swipe, bar code reader and RFID reader.

Read more about the Royal Caribbean news on the Windows for Business Blog. More information about how organizations are turning to Microsoft technology is available on the Microsoft Customer Spotlight newsroom.

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postheadericon FlashRouters Adds FedEx Overnight & International Express Shipping Options

FlashRouters now offers Fedex Overnight and International Express Shipping

Faster International Shipping for Tomato and DD-WRT Routers with FedEx

Big Express Shipping News at FlashRouters

You know what we do here. You love our open-sourced DD-WRT and Tomato routers and the way they transform your wireless network. You love them so much that maybe you need one immediately. Like, overnight. Even if you’re not in the same country as us.

We’ve had customers make this request and ask us about this for years now, and it’s high time we delivered. At long last, get ready for…

FlashRouters adds FexEx Overnight & International Express Shipping Options

FedEx Overnight & International Express Shipping from FlashRouters

That’s right. You’ve asked, and we’ve delivered. If you’ve held up on purchasing because, you really preferred FedEx as your carrier, well that stumbling block has just been excised.

Need a Netgear R7000 Nighthawk DD-WRT or an Asus RT-AC66U Tomato by the end of tomorrow? Or maybe one of our new discounted open box routers as soon as possible. Now that we offer FedEx Overnight US & International Express shipping on our products, we can deliver.

How Does FedEx International Compare to USPS?

Sure, we’ve relied on USPS so far, and their sometimes cheaper international shipping options, but FedEx provides speedier ship times to clamoring users across the world and we are proud to have started offering their services. Having the customs and logistical expertise of FedEx on our sideallows delivery times to be dropped significantly to almost anywhere in the world.

Just to give you an idea of how FedEx International will improve our worldwide DD-WRT & Tomato router delivery speeds:

If you live in Toronto and order a router via FedEx International Priority by 3 PM EST today, delivery would be estimated the next day by noon.

Order that same high-powered network-revolutionizing with FedEx International Economy express shipping and you’ll get it by Tuesday.

With USPS, this package usually takes anywhere from 3-7 days depending on customs. Similarly for most of Europe it will take delivery from 7-14 days down to the 3-5 days. What more could you ask for?

Questions? Review our shipping FAQ or Contact our support team by clicking the BIG ORANGE SUPPORT BUTTON on the left hand side of any page. they are standing by, ready to alleviate any of your networking or shipping logistic concerns.

So FlashRouters fans from Boise to Beijing, prepare yourself for the most efficient express shipping we’ve ever offered! Take advantage and get your quote right in the shopping cart today!

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