Ransomware seems like it’s everywhere in the news lately. Ransomware is software that installs itself on a computer, often when the user opens a seemingly harmless email attachment. Once installed, the ransomware blocks access to critical files and data until the user meets the demands of the person remotely controlling the ransomware. This usually… Read More
Month: February 2017
From editor: The issue of water security – access to enough quality water to make it possible to live safely – is a growing concern for many, just ask the communities of Flint and Corpus Christie. The problem is exacerbated when communities and companies come face-to-face over access to water supplies. Wouldn’t the nice idea… Read More
How John Snow Changed the Way We Look at Water Supply Systems, Microorganisms, and Infectious Diseases with Data Mapping.
From editor: Hearing the name ‘Jon Snow’ may bring Kit Harington’s face to the forefront of many people’s mind as an important character in ‘Game of Thrones’ but, for water treatment and public health professionals, there is another iconic ‘John Snow’ that may come to mind. Dr. John Snow, an English physician born in… Read More
FREDERICTON, NB, CANADA – February 8, 2017 – It’s not often you come across a company so committed to educating its customers and partners that it develops an entire suite of training courses, but that’s exactly what led to the creation of LuminUltra Academy. Access to this new, web-based training and certification center is… Read More