Graduating is a family affair for mother and son!

first_imgThe Alcorn family from Dunfanaghy celebrated on the double at yesterday’s LYIT graduation ceremony – with both mother and son graduating together.Kathleen and Joshua Alcorn are both proud members of the Class of 2019 as they received their degrees on the same day.Kathleen received her Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Accounting, while Joshua was conferred with a Bachelor of Arts in Animation. What a studious family! Congratulations Kathleen and Joshua.See more photos from the LYIT Graduations 2019 here: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2019/10/26/graduation-celebrations-for-lyit-class-of-2019-picture-special/Mum Kathleen was conferred with a Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Accounting, whilst son Joshua was conferred with a BA in Animation. Photo Clive WassonGraduating is a family affair for mother and son! was last modified: October 26th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:lyit graduationslast_img read more

Carbonite Introduces Premium Backup Services For Small Businesses

first_imgA Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market One lesson the devastating earthquake in Haiti has taught us is that natural disasters can cause billions of dollars in damage anywhere in the world almost instantaneously. If an earthquake of that magnitude were to hit a tech-centric city like San Francisco, millions of computer files would likely be lost in the destruction.Natural disasters, house fires and hard drive failures are exactly the futile situations for which backup services like Carbonite exist. Carbonite has been providing consumer level backup since its foudning 2006, and now the company is offering competitively priced solutions for small businesses. Carbonite’s consumer level backup plans cost $54.95 per year, per computer, but small businesses often have hundreds of computers they need to backup. Their new service, Carbonite Pro has an automatically tiered system with the lowest tier at just $10 a month for 20 GB of storage on an unlimited number of computers or servers. If a business exceeds their plan, they are automatically bumped up to the next highest plan, and if they use less than their allotted space, they are bumped down to the lower pricing. The service offers a system overview of storage to avoid unexpectedly breaking into the more expensive tiers.Carbonite has introduced this program to offer and alternative to their competitor, MozyPro which offers similar pricing plans and features. MozyPro bills businesses at $0.50 per GB, the same pricing Carbonite’s tiers begin at, but they also charge a monthly license fee for each computer or server their software is installed on. However, MozyPro will work on Windows and Macintosh machines, while Carbonite will only work with Windows. chris cameron Tags:#start#tips Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… For small businesses, backing up data is an important step for setting up shop, and Carbonite looks to be a competitive solution for Windows users that want to backup multiple machines. If your startup lives and breathes on Macintosh boxes, MozyPro or Leopard’s Time Machine may be a better backup choice. Related Posts last_img read more

Day, Noren need another day to decide winner at Torrey

first_imgIt was the third playoff in three weeks on the PGA Tour, all of them lasting at least four holes. And while it was entertaining, thousands of fans weren’t around to see it. They left after Woods finished his round. In only his second PGA Tour event since August 2015, Woods closed with a 72 and tied for 23rd, seven shots out of the lead.Woods said it was a mostly positive week, and it was hard to argue considering he was returning from his fourth back surgery. He at least was closer to the fairway in the final round, but hit only three fairways for the third straight day.“I got a lot out of my rounds,” Woods said. “The short game wasn’t something I was worried about. I knew what I could, what I’ve been doing at home. That wasn’t going to be an issue. It was going to be, ‘Can I shoot low scores?’ I didn’t, but I grinded out some good rounds.”The final hour of the tournament was a big grind.Day, Noren, Palmer and J.B. Holmes — the latter three in the final group — were tied for the lead with six holes to go.Day twice missed the green with a short iron in his hand, and one of those shots led to bogey. He didn’t make a birdie on the back nine in regulation. Noren appeared to have the steadiest game until he pulled his tee shot into the hazard on the 14th hole and did well to escape with bogey. Noren also made a pair of 7-foot par putts to stay in a share of the lead, and then he missed a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole in regulation.Palmer, trying to win for the first time in eight years, made consecutive bogeys from the bunker on No. 14 and short of the 15th green. He came up big on the 72nd hole with a wedge to 2 feet to get into the playoff.Holmes effectively fell out of the hunt when he missed the 15th green with a wedge and took bogey, and then missed a 4-foot par putt on the 16th hole. He needed an eagle on the final hole, and took some 4 minutes trying to decide on which club to hit. He finally, curiously, decided to lay up and try to make his 3 by holing a sand wedge. He laid up in the rough and didn’t come close to holing the shot.Noren went next and hit his fairway metal over the green, into the tunnel below the TV tower and out the other side. He took his relief, and smartly played away from the flag to keep it from running by the hole and possibly down the slope into the water, though he missed the putt.The Sony Open took six holes before Patton Kizzire won. The CareerBuilder Challenge went four holes before Jon Rahm prevailed. NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Both players had a good chance to end it — Noren from 12 feet on the 18th in regulation, Day from 12 feet on the third playoff hole at the par-3 16th.“It’s so important over every shot, and maybe not as much as stroke play, you know, you can play safe sometimes and you can play aggressive here,” Noren said. “Here, you need to play aggressive to finish it out.”Ryan Palmer began the playoff with them at 10-under 278. He was eliminated with a par on the 18th on the first extra hole.Day closed with a 2-under 70. Palmer hit wedge to 2 feet for birdie for a 72 to get into the playoff. Noren, who had a one-shot lead at the start of the final round, closed with a 73.By then, Tiger Woods was long gone.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Alex Noren was 5 feet away from extending the playoff Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open, a putt he could easily have missed except that the Swede could rely on experience. He had a similar putt in regulation and knew it broke off to the right.Day and Noren went at it for 77 holes at Torrey Pines, and after five sudden-death playoff holes, it still wasn’t enough to crown a winner. They matched birdies in the dark on the par-5 18th, and then had no choice but to return Monday morning to decide the longest playoff in the 67-year history of the event.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We both played some pretty good golf, especially down 18 going back and forth, back and forth, which is good entertainment for the fans,” Day said. “It’s good to be back in the action, good to be back where I’m at right now. But I’ve got to get some rest.”Day has gone 20 months since his last victory. 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Rahm had a chance to reach No. 1 in the world with a repeat victory at Torrey Pines. He was two shots out of the lead until going into the water and making double bogey on the 18th hole of the third round. On Sunday, the 23-year-old Spaniard fell back early and never recovered. He closed with a 77.Day’s last victory was in May 2016 at The Players Championship when he was No. 1 in the world.“I’ll play all day tomorrow if I need to get the win,” Day said.Noren is a nine-time winner on the European Tour who is No. 19 in the world, trying to make his mark in America. He already has left quite an impression. James narrowly misses triple-double, Cavs beat Pistonscenter_img Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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(AP Photo/Gregory Bull)SAN DIEGO — Jason Day watched the flight of his wedge for as long as he could and had to listen to the crowd to realize he nailed it.“I can’t see,” he said to his caddie.ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s weddinglast_img read more