H&V Collision Center, one of the largest independently owned collision repair facilities in the Capital Region hosted a Veteran’s Day luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 11, to give four deserving veterans and their families cars as part of the 2014 Keys to Progress.
By: Stephanie Hale-Lopez
The most important aspect of web analytics is being able to utilize the information you collect to create strategic and actionable next steps for your company. As your firm’s analytics expert, the best way you can help do that is by creating specific reports for the various departments throughout your organization that focus on their key goals.
By: Mark Hansen
H & V Collision Center hosted its Seventh Annual Luncheon to give four deserving veterans and their families cars. The veterans were selected based on their involvement with the military and their efforts to improve their families lives– plus their need for a car. The recipients included specialist Daniel Cooper, a U.S. Army Veteran from Cherry Valley whose wife suffers from a rare blood disorder.
H&V Collision Center, one of the largest independently owned collision repair facilities in the Capital Region, hosted a luncheon on Tuesday, Nov. 11, Veteran’s Day, to give four deserving veterans and their families cars as part of the 2014 Keys To Progress. The event is the 7th in a series hosted by H&V.
Four Wounded Warriors are each the proud owners of a new set of wheels. They were presented with the vehicles on Veterans Day at the Progressive Insurance building in Albany. Progressive works with local businesses across the country to find refurbished vehicles that have been involved in crashes. Here in the Capital Region, they worked with several companies, including H and V Collision Center and Goldstein Auto Group.
The sentiment of both these sayings is at the core of La Salle Institute, established in Troy by the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in 1850. Just as St. John Baptist de la Salle devoted his life to the education of children in need, so does La Salle Institute dedicate itself to the education and college preparation of boys in grades six through 12, where the older students are like big brothers to the younger ones as the boys dedicate themselves to truth, honor and duty.
By: Jennie Grey
In Albany’s Arbor Hill neighborhood, an old brick school has become a place where artists can live together, work together and inspire each other. It’s also a community arts center called the Albany Barn.
By: Karen Bjornland
Megalytic – a tool that automates analytics reporting to our clients. Clients are getting more and more data savvy and they expect their agencies to provide analytics around all their SEO, PPC, and content marketing services.
By: John E. Lincoln
If you want to dispose of the drugs at home, pour the medicine (do not crush it) into a plastic bag and add something that makes it unpalatable, advised Kaelan Hollon, the senior director of communications for Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America. Hollon said disposal in the trash is better than flushing pills down the toilet, because the drugs will ultimately end up in a lined landfill. Drugs that go into the toilet could contaminate ground water, although there is no way to avoid that entirely, she said.
By: Leigh Hornbeck
Google Analytics has several tools that can help marketers track activity on their mobile websites to get a better idea of what is working and what isn’t. There are a lot of tools to dig through, but finding the right reports to help you measure performance is worth the time, according to Megalytic CEO Mark Hansen.
By: Drew Woolley
A session with a professional makeup artist can cost as much as, if not more than, your costume. And securing someone this close to the holiday may be tough. Instead, go the DIY route. Amanda Filli and Vanessa Torres — two certified makeup artists at Spa One in Albany offer some tips.
By: Kristi Barlette
To that end, the Center for Internet Security (CIS), working with the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium (MDISS), today releases a set of security recommendations for device manufacturers to follow during development and for healthcare providers to use during product evaluation.
By: Brian Eastwood
An evening of urban art, architecture, music, fashion and good food served up by local chef and Chopped Champion Ric Orlando? Yes please! In its third year, the Albany Barn annual fundraising event, FUSION 2014, promises to be the best one yet.
The new guidance from the Center for Internet Security and the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium offers timely security insights about a wide variety of medical devices running these aging, but still widely used, operating systems, says Rick Comeau, strategic adviser and vice president of security controls and automation at CIS.
By: Marianne Kolbasuk McGee
A new-but-old Albany space is hosting its first major event this weekend, showcasing locally inspired art, accompanied by wine and food. Albany Barn is presenting the third annual Fusion fundraiser Friday evening to celebrate urban art, architecture and fashion.
By: Lauren Halligan
With the goal in mind of concentrating on growing security concerns about network-connected medical devices, the Center for Internet Security (CIS) and Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium (MDISS) have released new resources on the subject.
By: Patrick Ouellette
The Center for Internet Security (CIS), working with the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium (MDISS), today releases a set of security recommendations for device manufacturers to follow during development and for healthcare providers to use during product evaluation.
By: Brian Eastwood
It’s a decision more and more woman at high risk for breast cancer are making these days — choosing to surgically remove their breasts before even being diagnosed with the disease. Julia Dunn has the story of one Glenville woman who wasn’t waiting around to take action.
By: Julia Dunn
Smartphones and tablets make it easy to shop on the go, but William Pelgrin, CEO of the Center for Internet Security (cisecurity.org), says not to make purchases while connected to a public wireless network. “Hackers may be intercepting network traffic to steal credit card numbers and other sensitive information,” he warns.
By: Meghan Streit
Many people in the digital age struggle to balance the necessity of online information-sharing with the protection of their sensitive data, said Will Pelgrin, president and CEO of the Center for Internet Security. But having your identity stolen as a self-employed worker can destroy not only your personal credit, but your entire livelihood, too.
By: Nicole Fallon