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Aruba, une entreprise Hewlett Packard Enterprise, est un chef de file en matière de solution de réseautique de prochaine génération pour l’entreprise mobile :....
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Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District in Assam State Pin Codes


PinCodes
Jogiparapathar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kachari Solmari B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kachumara B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Kahilipara S.O 781019 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kaimari B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Kalajalchowk B.O 781380 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kalardia B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Kalatoli B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kalitakuchi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kalubari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Kamakhya S.O 781010 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kaniha B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Karora B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Karparbhitha B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kendua B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khanapara S.O 781022 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Khapenikuchi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kharguli S.O 781004 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kharikot B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khetri Hardia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Khetri S.O (Kamrup) 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kholabandha B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Khudradimu B.O 781382 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kinangaon B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Kukurmara S.O 781134 Guwahati Dakhin Sarubanswar (rampur) Kamrup ASSAM
Kulhati S.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kulsirange B.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Kumarpara B.O 781009 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Kuwarpur B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Lachitnagar S.O 781007 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Loch B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Loharghat B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobari Block ( Chainibardua Kamrup ASSAM
Lower Lumpi B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki (boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Madhukuchi B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Madhyamkhanda B.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahajanpara B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Maharipara S.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahimari B.O 781137 Guwahati Goroimari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mahtoli B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Majirgaon B.O 781128 Guwahati Rani Block ( Palasbari Circle) Kamrup ASSAM
Malaybari B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Malibaribazar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Malibaripathar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Mandakata B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mandira B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Maniari Tiniali B.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Maranjana B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mataikhar B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobari Block(chaini Barduar Kamrup ASSAM
Mauman Ashram B.O 781123 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Mirza S.O 781125 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Mlg Rly Hqs S.O 781011 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Nagarbera S.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nahira B.O 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Naitar B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Nalapara B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki ( Boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Nampara Majarkuri B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Narangi S.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Nartap B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Natun Jharobari B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Nawkata B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nizdemoria B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Nizmanakuchi B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Noonmati S.O 781020 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
North Guwahati S.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Odalbakra S.O 781034 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Pacharia B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pachia B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Pachim Dhuligaon B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Pachim Samaria S.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Palahartari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Palashbari S.O 781128 Guwahati Rani Block ( Palashbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Paltanbazar S.O 781008 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Panbari B.O 782401 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pandu Rly Colony S.O 781012 Guwahati Palashbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Pandu S.O 781012 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Paneri B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Panikhaiti B.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Panikhaiti B.O 781137 Guwahati Dakhinsarubanswar ( R. Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Panitema B.O 781101 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Panjabari S.O 781037 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Patharquerry S.O 781171 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Pathimari B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Pijupara B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Pingaleswar B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pitambarhat Bazali B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Pubborka B.O 781101 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Puthimari B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rajapara B.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobariblock(chainibarduar) Kamrup ASSAM
Ramdia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ramgaon B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rampur S.O (Kamrup) 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Rangamati B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Rangia R.S. S.O 781365 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rangia S.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rani S.O (Kamrup) 781131 Guwahati Rani Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ratanpur B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Rehabari S.O 781008 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Rongmahal B.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rowmari B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Rupnagar S.O 781032 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Sadilapur B.O 781012 Guwahati Palasbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Saledal B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Samuka B.O 781129 Guwahati Luki ( Boko Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Santipur B.O 781141 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Sarpara B.O 781122 Guwahati Chaini ( Jharobari) Kamrup ASSAM
Satgaon S.O 781027 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Satpakhali B.O 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Saukuchi B.O 781034 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Sawkuchi S.O 781040 Guwahati NA Kamrup ASSAM
Sidilapara B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Sikarhati B.O 781125 Guwahati Rani Kamrup ASSAM
Siliguri B.O 781103 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Silkijhar B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Silpukhuri S.O 781003 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Simina B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Simlatarabari B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Singra Rajapara B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Singra S.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Soalkuchi S.O 781103 Guwahati Soalkuchi Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sonai Kamalajari B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sonapur S.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Soneswar S.O 781382 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Soniadi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Srihati B.O 781103 Guwahati Soalkuchi Block Kamrup ASSAM
Suagpur B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Sutargaon B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tarani B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tengajhar B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tepesia B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tetelia B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tinali B.O 781365 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Titkuri B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tokradia B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Topabari B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Toparpathar B.O 781137 Guwahati P. Chamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Topatali B.O 782403 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tukrapara B.O 781137 Guwahati P. Chamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Tulsibari B.O 781376 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Tupamari B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Udayan Vihar S.O 781171 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Udiana B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Ukiam B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Ulubari S.O 781007 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Uparhali B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Uzanbazar S.O 781001 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Uzankuri B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Zoo Road S.O 781024 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Balisatra B.O 781350 Nalbari NA Kamrup ASSAM

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State
Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

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Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam

Kamrup District Pin Codes in Assam State

Kamrup District in Assam State Pin Codes


PinCodes
Agchia B.O 781128 Guwahati Rani Block ( Palasbari Circle) Kamrup ASSAM
Aggumi S.O 781137 Guwahati Dakhin Sarubanswar Mauza Kamrup ASSAM
Akadi B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Alikash B.O 781137 Guwahati Pubchamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Alupati B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Ambari Fatasil S.O 781025 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Amerigog S.O 781023 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Amgaon B.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Amingaon S.O 781031 Guwahati Gmc ( North Gh Circle ) Kamrup ASSAM
Amranga B.O 781014 Guwahati Palashbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Amsinggaon E (S -85) B.O 781027 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Amtala B.O 781134 Guwahati Dakhin Sarubanswar (rampur) Kamrup ASSAM
Assam Engg. Institute S.O 781003 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Assam Sachivalaya S.O 781006 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Assam Tribune S.O 781003 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Azara S.O 781017 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Badlabazar B.O 781127 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Baghdoba B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bagmarachar B.O 781127 Guwahati Mandia Kamrup ASSAM
Bagta B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Baihata Chariali S.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Baihata S.O 781380 Guwahati Kamalpur Kamrup ASSAM
Bakalipara B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Balapukhuri B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Balikuchi B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bamundi B.O 781103 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bamunigaon S.O (Kamrup) 781141 Guwahati Chhaygaon Pantan Kamrup ASSAM
Bamunimaidan S.O 781021 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Bangalipara B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bangaon B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Baniapara B.O 781134 Guwahati Dakhin Sarubanswar ( Rampur) Kamrup ASSAM
Baralabari B.O 781101 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Barbaka B.O 781030 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bardal B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bardangrikuchi B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bardekpar B.O 781382 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bargaon B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bargaon Khaliha B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Barghuli B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Barpalaha B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Barpathar B.O 781364 Guwahati NA Kamrup ASSAM
Baruajani B.O 781380 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Baruapathar B.O 781136 Guwahati Chamaria Kamrup ASSAM
Basistha S.O 781029 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Batahidia B.O 781137 Guwahati Pubchamaria ( Goroimari Block) Kamrup ASSAM
Batarhat B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Beltola S.O 781028 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Betna B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bezera S.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bhagawatipara B.O 781132 Guwahati Rampur Kamrup ASSAM
Bhalukghata B.O 781123 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Bharalumukh S.O 781009 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Bhattaparagaral B.O 781017 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bhauriabhita B.O 781136 Guwahati Goroimari Kamrup ASSAM
Bhelkarbazar B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bhitarduar B.O 781137 Guwahati Goroimari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bhogpur B.O 781366 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bholebatabari B.O 781364 Guwahati Goreswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bhomolahati B.O 781121 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bihapara B.O 781365 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bihdia B.O 781381 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bijoynagar S.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Binovanagar S.O 781018 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Birpara B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon ( Boko) Kamrup ASSAM
Boko Agchia B.O 781123 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Boko Rajapara B.O 781123 Guwahati Bongaon Kamrup ASSAM
Boko S.O 781123 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Bonda B.O 781026 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Bondapara B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Bongra B.O 781015 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Bongshor B.O 781103 Guwahati Soalkuchi Block Kamrup ASSAM
Borakhat B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Borduar S.O 781120 Guwahati Jharobari Block Kamrup ASSAM
Borjhar B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Borni B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Boromboi B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chamatapathar B.O 782402 Guwahati Sonapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Champaknagar B.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaonpantan Kamrup ASSAM
Champaparabazar B.O 781136 Guwahati Goroimari Kamrup ASSAM
Chandrapur Mills B.O 781150 Guwahati Chandrapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chandrapur S.O (Kamrup) 781150 Guwahati Chandrapur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Changsari S.O 781101 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chanmaguri B.O 781380 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chapania B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chenigaon B.O 781366 Guwahati Greswar Block Kamrup ASSAM
Chenikuthi S.O 781003 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Chhaygaon S.O 781124 Guwahati Chhaygaon Pantan Kamrup ASSAM
Choudhurykhat B.O 781141 Guwahati Chhaygaon Pantan Kamrup ASSAM
Collegenagar B.O 781031 Guwahati Bezera Block Kamrup ASSAM
Dadara B.O 781104 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Dagaon B.O 781380 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Dagaon S.O 781133 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Taluk of Kamrup Kamrup ASSAM
Dakhala B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Damalchos B.O 781135 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Dampur B.O 781102 Guwahati Hajo Block Kamrup ASSAM
Darkuchi S.O 781376 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
Debgotanagar B.O 781011 Guwahati Gmc Kamrup ASSAM
Dehaligaon B.O 781122 Guwahati Rampur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Dehangarigaon B.O 781012 Guwahati Palasbari Circle Kamrup ASSAM
Dekachang B.O 781136 Guwahati Boko Kamrup ASSAM
Deoduar B.O 781101 Guwahati Kamalpur Block Kamrup ASSAM
Deolkuchi B.O 781354 Guwahati Rangia Block Kamrup ASSAM
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          Up Next? Climate Change Disclosure and Corporate Liability Exposures      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 The question whether concerns about climate change-related disclosures might lead to regulatory enforcement actions or even liability claims has been around for some time, but though the concerns have remained, the regulatory actions and liability claims have not really materialized.  However, in the past week, the service of a subpoena on Exxon Mobil Corp. by New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has raised the possibility that an enforcement action against the energy giant relating to its climate change-related disclosures may be in the works. The Attorney General’s action also raises the question whether other companies and industries could also be targeted. These possibilities highlight possible corporate climate change-related enforcement and liability exposures.

In a November 5, 2015 press release (here), Exxon acknowledged that it had received a subpoena from the New York Attorney General “for production of documents relating to climate change.” The service of the subpoena follows a series of articles in the Los Angeles Times about the company’s climate change-related disclosures. The articles, and similar articles that appeared on the Inside Climate News website (here), suggest that Exxon knew of the climate change risks from fossil fuel use from its own research since the 1970s, yet extensively funded politicians and campaigns that expressed doubt over climate change science.

For example, in an October 9, 2015 article (here), the Los Angeles Times reported that while the company was developing elaborate efforts to tailor its oil production efforts in the Arctic region to the changing circumstances its scientists believed that climate change would bring there, the company said publicly that the future effects of climate change were uncertain. The newspaper asserted that as the company was making its plans for the Arctic, “the gulf between Exxon’s internal and external approach to climate change from the 1980s and through the early 2000s was evident” in hundreds of internal documents that the article’s authors reviewed.

The New York AG’s subpoena followed days after several Congressman sent SEC Chair Mary Jo White a letter dated October 30, 2015 (here) raising the concern that Exxon “may have omitted or misrepresented material information in official filings.” The Congressmen stated in their letter that they “are deeply concerned that U.S. securities laws may have been violated.” The letter urged the SEC to investigate whether Exxon omitted material information in its filings with the agency. In addition, a host of environmental groups separately sent the U.S. Attorney General a letter calling for a U.S. Department of Justice Investigation of the company’s climate change-related disclosures.

It is worth noting that these attacks against the company for its climate change-related disclosure have a historical context. In April 2014, in response to pressure from activist investors, the company issued a report (here) in which it detailed its views of anticipated impact of climate change on the company’s future operations. In particular, the company responded to critics who expressed concerns that as climate change drives consumers and industry away from fossil fuels that the company’s petroleum assets would be “stranded.”

It obviously remains to be seen whether the subpoena and the letter-writing campaign will actually lead to regulatory or enforcement action against Exxon. If the NYAG were to try to pursue an enforcement action against the company, his office would face many obstacles in trying to establish that the company violated its disclosure obligations, as detailed in a November 6, 2015 Law 360 article (here, subscription required).

But whether or not an actual proceeding of some kind involving Exxon materializes, it is clear that climate change-related disclosures are going to continue to be the source of scrutiny that potentially could affect a wide range of companies. Indeed, in connection with the press coverage of NYAG’s subpoena, the news emerged that the AG’s Exxon inquiry is not his office’s first probe of climate change-related disclosures. The November 5, 2015 New York Times article discussing the New York AG’s subpoena of Exxon (here) states that in a separate inquiry, Peabody Coal, the nation’s largest coal producer has been under investigation by the Attorney General for two years over whether the company properly disclosed financial risks related to climate change. UPDATE: On November 9, 2015, the NYAG’s office announced (here) that it had reached a settlement with Peabody Coal of charges that the company’s climate change related disclosure violated New York law. The company agreed to file revised shareholder disclosures that “accurately and objectively represent these risks to investors and the public. ” The terms of the company’s agreement with the NYAG’s office can be found here

There is, in fact, nothing new about concerns surrounding climate change-related disclosures. As I noted in a post at the time (here), in February 2010, the SEC published an interpretive release providing guidance to public companies on the SEC’s existing disclosure requirements as they apply to climate change. Since that time, there has been the ever-present but uncertain possibility that the agency might cite this guidance in alleging that a company’s climate change disclosures fell short of requirements. The recent letter to the agency from the Congressmen obviously was meant to encourage the SEC to take up this challenge with respect to Exxon.

The possibility that climate change-related disclosure might emerge as the source of corporate liability exposure has been around for years, but always somewhat in the background. It may yet stay in the background; the current brouhaha about Exxon’s alleged climate change-related omissions may quickly fade. Or it just may be the first of several public skirmishes about climate change disclosure. Certainly, as I have noted in prior blog posts (for example, here), environmental activists have long wanted to try to make climate change disclosure issues a source of liability for directors and officers of energy companies.

In assessing whether or not climate change-related disclosures may represent an emerging area of possible corporate liability exposure, it is important to note that environmental activists are not the only ones agitating to make climate change disclosure a priority. Indeed, for several years now, the National Association of Insurance Commission’s has been actively campaigning to make the disclosure of climate change risks a priority for the insurance industry in the United States. The NAIC’s latest update on the topic can be found here.

In my view, whether or not the NYAG or the SEC take any action now with respect to Exxon’s disclosures, I think it is only a matter of time before regulators or claimant take on a company about its climate change-related disclosures. Elected officials eager to generate publicity and curry favor with interest groups will inevitably find this issue too inviting to ignore. Enterprising plaintiffs’ lawyers seeking to diversify their product line will likely try to determine whether or not climate change disclosure represents a promising new liability area.

In a sense, there arguably would be nothing new about enforcement actions or liability claims based on climate change disclosure. There have been both enforcement actions and liability claims based on traditional environmentally-related disclosures for many years, as I have noted many times on this blog (most recently here). Indeed, it could be argued that the recent cluster of D&O lawsuits filed against Volkswagen represent yet another example of this phenomenon.

Just as the question of future global climate change itself is fraught with uncertainty edged with menace, the question whether climate change-related disclosure represents a potential new source of corporate liability exposure is itself both uncertain and more than a little scary. The issue represents a potential concern for companies in a variety of industries; not just energy companies like Exxon, but also utilities, mining companies, automobile manufacturers, transportation companies, insurance companies, and many others.

It may be that D&O insurance underwriters can decide they don’t need to worry about these issues today. The problem for everyone is the possibility that someday, perhaps someday soon, these issues may move from the background, where they have been, to the front burner.

So, You Want to Start Your Own Blog?: Many readers will recall the recent post on this site in which I published the cartoon avatar depicting me that had been created for me by the website FirstSiteGuide.com. (The avatar can be found here, scroll down).The avatar was a lot of fun, but I  wanted to be sure to let readers also know that the website also has a very good resource for anyone interested in trying to start a blog. I had to learn how to blog by trial and error. I am still learning. But it you want to try to avoid the common blogging pitfalls and to create a successful blog, you will want to visit the website and review its how-to manual, “How to Start a Blog: A Guide to Successful Blogging” (here).

Cool Fact of the Day: In a November 5, 2015 Wall Street Journal op-ed piece written in tribute to the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s publication of his theory of general relativity (here), scientist Robbert Dijkgraaf noted, among other things, after first observing that Einstein’s theory was “perhaps the greatest achievement of a single human mind,” that the microwave background noise from the big bang itself can actually be observed right in our own homes, because “roughly 1% of the static on a blank television screen is caused by light particles dating from the beginning of time.”

 Read other items of interest from the world of directors & officers liability, with occasional commentary, at the D&O Diary, a blog by Kevin LaCroix.

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          New York Court Pans Merger Objection Lawsuit Disclosure-Only Settlement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 Delaware’s courts have recently made it clear that the days where they would routinely approve disclosure-only settlements in merger objection lawsuits may be over (as discussed here). It now appears that other states also are no longer willing to approve these kinds of settlements. In a blistering October 23, 2015 opinion (here), New York (New York County) Supreme Court Judge Charles E. Ramos refused to approve the disclosure-only settlement proposed in the Allied Healthcare merger objection lawsuit, saying that courts’ willingness to approve these kinds of settlements “reflects poorly on the profession and on those courts that, from time to time, have approved these settlements.”

The litigation arose out of the proposed merger between Allied Healthcare, Saga Group Limited, and AHL Acquisition Corp. After the lawsuit was announced, five separate lawsuits were filed objecting to the merger. The consolidated complaint alleged, among other things, that the sale price and process were flawed, that material information was withheld from shareholders, and that the officers and directors of the deal parties had breached their fiduciary duties or aided and abetted those breaches.

Plaintiffs’ counsel took three depositions and reviewed documents, after which, pursuant to an agreement with plaintiffs’ counsel, the defendants included supplemental disclosure in the proxy, though, as Judge Ramos put it, “all of the terms of the merger offer remained completely unchanged.” Judge Ramos added that “not one of the disclosures … could be characterized as significant nor would the failure to make any of the additional disclosures have resulted in this Court issuing a preliminary injunction.”

As summarized by Ramos, the parties’ settlement agreement included a release of all claims for the defendant and for the plaintiffs’ counsel an opposed legal fee of $375,000. As Ramos summarized, “this proposed settlement offers nothing to shareholders except that attorneys they did not hire will receive a $375,000 fee and the corporate officers who were accused of wrongdoing will receive general releases.”

Ramos observed that in the area of derivative litigation “a culture has developed that results in cases of relatively worthless settlements … that discontinue the action (with releases) resulting in the corporate defendants not opposing an agreed upon legal fee.” This practice of “rewarding plaintiffs’ counsel without any meaningful recovery” is purportedly justified by the argument that this litigation serves a “societal purpose” or has a “prophylactic effect,” justifications which Ramos called “Horse-hockey.”

Ramos was not done yet. He said that “putting aside any concerns of collusion, (and there are many)…this practice of compensating class counsel no matter how meaningless the result is, creates the impression with most objective observers that these actions are brought merely for the purpose of generating legal fees.” The willingness to “rubber stamp” these settlements “reflects poorly on the profession and on those courts that, from time to time, have approved these settlements.”

Ramos concluded by saying that “the settlement in this matter is not worthy of any further consideration.” He said that the parties could file a stipulation of discontinuance or prepare the matter for trial or for a dispositive motion.

While Ramos is only a trial court-level judge, he is well-respected, particularly in these kinds of business cases. He is the Senior Justice in the Commercial Division of the New York County Supreme Court. His strongly worded opinion strongly suggests that, just as in Delaware, the game may be over for disclosure- only settlements in merger objection lawsuits. This development in New York is significant for the obvious reason that a lot of business litigation gets filed in New York, but now that so many public companies have adopted forum selection bylaws designating Delaware as the forum for shareholder litigation, this development is less significant than it otherwise might have been. Nevertheless, the ruling represents a strong signal that courts increasingly do not want to be made a party to the lawyer-game that merger objection litigation has become.

Eventually this growing judicial hostility to disclosure-only settlements in merger objection lawsuits will deter a certain number (perhaps many) of the prospective lawsuits from even being filed. In the meantime though, it will be challenging for litigants in existing lawsuit to come up with a way to resolve these lawsuits efficiently; in particular, defendants will struggle to come up with a way to quickly put these suits down without incurring hefty additional fees but while trying to get the kind of release that caution, habit and experience compel them to try to seek.

In a certain number of cases, the plaintiffs might be willing to just walk away. Leaving empty-handed has to be a preferable to taking a public beating and being sent home empty-handed. Where the plaintiffs won’t just walk away but where they have little more of substance than the plaintiffs here, they will likely have to be prepared to accept much more reduced fees, and defendants will have to accept narrower releases.

 Read other items of interest from the world of directors & officers liability, with occasional commentary, at the D&O Diary, a blog by Kevin LaCroix.

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          Game Over?: Del. Chancery Court Rejects Disclosure-Only Settlement in H-P/Aruba Networks Merger Objection Lawsuit      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

 Stating his belief that merger objection litigation dynamic represents a “systemic” problem that has resulted in a “misshapen legal system,” Delaware Chancery Court Vice Chancellor Travis Laster rejected the proposed disclosure-only settlement of litigation that had been filed objecting to Hewlett-Packard’s $2.7 billion acquisition of Aruba Networks. In an October 9, 2015 settlement hearing in the case, Laster cited the “inadequacy of the representation” of plaintiffs’ counsel for the shareholder class as the basis for his rejection of the settlement, as well as for the outright dismissal of the case. A copy of the transcript of the October 9 hearing can be found here. Liz Hoffman’s October 10, 2015 Wall Street Journal article about Laster’s ruling can be found here.

Background

As readers of this blog know, in recent years it has become standard for just about every merger transaction to attract at least one lawsuit in which a shareholder objects to the proposed merger. These cases frequently settle based upon the provision of supplemental disclosures about the merger and defendants’ agreement to pay the plaintiffs’ attorneys’ fees, in exchange for which the defendants receive a broad release. The proliferation of this type of litigation – and in particular, the prevalence of disclosure only settlements– has drawn significant criticism, and, indeed, the judiciary of Delaware’s courts has previously shown their concern about the litigation as well.

As discussed here, Vice Chancellor Laster rejected the proposed disclosure-only settlement of lawsuits filed in connection with Cobham PLC’s $1.5 billion acquisition of the microelectronics company Aeroflex. In addition, at the roughly same time, Vice Chancellor John Noble withheld his approval of a shareholder settlement in a merger objection lawsuit arising from Roche’s $8.3 million acquisition of InterMune. More recently, as discussed here, Chancellor Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock III reluctantly approved the settlement in the lawsuit filed in connection with Riverbed Technology’s $3.6 billion acquisition by Thoma Bravo.

The October 9 Ruling

As I said at the time following Glasscock’s rulings in the Riverbed Technology case, it would only be a matter of time before a judge at the Delaware Court of Chancery rejected a settlement on the basis that the value the plaintiff shareholders’ received in a disclosure only settlement was insufficient to support the breadth of the release that the defendants received in exchange. That is exactly what happened in connection with the proposed settlement of the H-P/Aruba Networks merger objection lawsuit.

In rejecting the proposed settlement, Vice Chancellor Laster cited a number of factors. First, he said that he didn’t believe that the case “was meritorious when filed,” identifying a number of reassuring features that negated potential concerns about the merger deal.

Next, he said that the record of the discovery that the plaintiffs’ lawyers took was “weak.” He was particularly critical of the representations plaintiffs’ counsel had made in their briefs in support of the settlement that discovery in the case had been “extensive” and that counsel had “consulted extensively” with financial “experts,” when in fact plaintiffs’ counsel had taken only two depositions and consulted with only a single financial expert.

While critical of the extent of discovery taken in the case, Laster did acknowledge that through discovery plaintiffs’ counsel did learn — and there subsequently were supplemental disclosures to Aruba shareholders — that H-P had offered Aruba’s CEO a new employment contract earlier than H-P has said in its regulatory filings. Laster said that that information might have been the basis for a full-fledged damages claim, rather than the supplemental disclosures only.

Third, Laster also had concerns about the scope of the release the plaintiffs proposed to extend to the defendants in exchange for the supplemental disclosures. In explaining his concerns with the release, Laster stated that “we have reached the point where we have to acknowledge that settling for disclosure only and giving the type of expansive release that has been given has created a real systemic problem.” He said further that the “repeat-process phenomenon” that has developed with respect to these kinds of cases and settlements has resulted in a “misshapen legal regime.”

Laster was particularly concerned that his only basis to evaluate the proposed release was the representations of plaintiffs’ counsel in a “one-sided” presentation. He noted his concerns that the representations to the court about the settlement potentially could have been affected by the fact that the only way the plaintiffs’ counsel can collect their fees is to reassure him sufficiently to allow him to accept the settlement.

He said that if the release had extended only to disclosure claims, he might have been prepared to approve the settlement, but because it extended to other claims and to unknown future claims and was given only in exchange for additional disclosures, the proposed settlement does not involve “an adequate get for the give,” and therefore the settlement not only “falls outside the range of reasonableness” but also raises “a question about the adequacy of representation.” Accordingly, Laster declined to certify a class and dismissed the case as to the named plaintiffs.

Laster offered some parting shots to conclude his ruling, stating that he said that the case looked like a “harvesting-of-a-fee opportunity,” because there wasn’t a basis to file in the first place, and further, that even though the plaintiffs’ counsel had something “fall into [their] lap,” it was just dealt with through the disclosure and the fee. He suggested to plaintiffs’ counsel that while he was rejecting their proposed settlement and their requested fee, he was at least given them the benefit of his disclosures, “so you’ve gotten now what you got for the class.”

Discussion

It will be clear to anyone reading this transcript that it was a tough day at the office for the plaintiffs’ counsel involved. While Laster repeatedly tried to soften the blow by saying that he makes mistakes himself sometimes, it was clear that he as very concerned with the plaintiffs’ counsel’s representations to the court about their “extensive” discovery and “extensive” consultation with “experts” in the case. He was even more concerned with the representations about the release, particularly given that, as Laster noted, plaintiffs’ counsel could only collect their fee if Laster was sufficiently assured that the plaintiffs had investigated the potential claims that would have been released.

Laster did indicate that he might have had less of a problem with the release (and perhaps might even have been prepared to accept the settlement?) if the release had extended only to disclosure-related claims and did not extend to other claims and unknown claims. Of course, at that point, Laster’s analysis stops being a problem just for the plaintiffs’ counsel and becomes a problem for the defense counsel and their clients.

The fact is that these kinds of disclosure-only settlements don’t just benefit plaintiffs’ counsel eager to collect their fees. They also benefit the defendants, who want to bring an end to the litigation. Settled practices and engrained expectations make it very difficult for defense counsel to agree to a settlement that does not include a comprehensive release including the release of unknown claims. Laster acknowledged that defendants of course want “complete peace,” noting that “I want complete peace. I want peace in our time, without appeasement. But just because you want it doesn’t mean you get it.”

Laster also acknowledged in the hearing that because his concerns about these kinds of settlements are well known, that parties  have started dismissing the merger objection cases pending in his court in order to enter settlements in other jurisdictions where perhaps there might not be as many questions asked. (He noted parenthetically that it was fine with him if the parties took these kinds of cases to other courts; he observed that “I actually don’t like dealing with junky things, and I would prefer to devote judicial resources to real litigation, not pseudo-litigation.”)

Laster’s delivered several messages for future litigants who want to have their disclosure-only settlements approved in his court. First, the papers filed in support of the settlement should accurately reflect the plaintiffs’ efforts in the case. Second, if the extent of discovery taken is an important support for to confirm the bona fides of the settlement, then the discovery actually taken must in fact provide sufficient reassurance to support the proposed settlement. Third, the release should extent only as far as the claims the plaintiffs litigated and not extend beyond to other claims.

While the plaintiffs’ lawyers may want to consider filing their cases in the courts of other jurisdictions, their hands may be tied owing to the fact that many companies have now adopted forum selection bylaws designating Delaware as forum for shareholder disputes and corporate litigation. Which in turn could mean that the days when just about every merger transaction draws at least one lawsuit could be coming to an end.

In the meantime, there is still an extensive backlog of merger objection lawsuits pending in Delaware. The message for the litigants in those cases seems to be that if they want their settlement approved in Delaware (as opposed to some other state court), the defendants are going to have to be prepared to accept a narrower release. Which, as I noted above, will be difficult for many defense attorneys.

Upcoming Webinar to Discuss Volkswagen Securities Litigation and Other Litigation Developments Involving Non-U.S. Companies: On Thursday October 15, 2015, I will be participating in a webinar entitled “Volkswagen and the Emergence of D&O Litigation Involving Non-US Companies.” The free one-hour webinar, which is being sponsored by Advisen, will take place at 11 am EDT. The webinar will focus on the issues raised by the investor lawsuit recently filed in the U.S. against Volkswagen, as well as by the efforts to launch investor claims against Volkswagen in the Netherlands and Germany. The webinar will also discuss investor litigation that has been filed both inside and outside the U.S. in the wake of scandals involving Petrobras, Tesco and Toshiba. The other speakers at the webinar will include Alexander Reus of the DRRT law firm (which has offices in the U.S. and in Germany); Albert Knigge, of the  Houthoff Buruma law firm (Amsterdam); and Kimberly Cole of the Kobre & Kim law firm (New York). Jim Blinn of Advisen will moderate the panel. Information about the webinar, including registration instructions, can be found here.

Twentieth Anniversary of the PSLRA: On Friday, October 17, 2015, I will be participating as a panelist at a conference at the Loyola University Chicago Law School on the topic The Twentieth Anniversary of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Taking Stock. I am honored to have been invited to participate in this conference, which includes among its other speakers Southern District of New York Judge Jed Rakoff, Nobel Prize-winning economist Eugene Fama, and author Bethany McLane. Information about the conference including the agenda and registration instructions can be found here.

 Recognition, and Better Yet, A Cartoon Avatar!: I am pleased to report that the website FirstSiteGuide.com has named The D&O Diary as one of The Best Law Blogs to Follow in 2015 (here). While I am very pleased to have this recognition and to have my blog named as one of the twenty top law blogs, I am really jazzed about the cartoon avatar the website created to accompany my listing on the site. I am not sure why my avatar isn’t wearing glasses; it is true that following recent eye surgery I can now dispense with glasses for many purposes, but I still need them for some activities, so I continue to wear them in most situations. Perhaps my avatar has a vanity streak that my real self has managed to suppress. My thanks to the FirstSiteGuide.com website for the recognition for my blog.

 Read other items of interest from the world of directors & officers liability, with occasional commentary, at the D&O Diary, a blog by Kevin LaCroix.

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          Communications Network Engineer Mid - Whidbey Island - IntellecTechs, Inc. - Whidbey Island, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Support for Intermediate Certificates in Intel® Setup and Configuration Software (Intel® SCS) 12.0      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Intermediate certificates act as a proxy for a Root certificate authority (CA) which is traditionally kept behind several layers of security i.e. “offline”, kept in a highly secure environment with limited access to ensure its keys are inaccessible.

 

Hence the Root CA is not used to directly sign SSL certificates but delegates these tasks to intermediate CA’s. The Root certificate signs the intermediate certificate which in turn is used to sign digitial SSL certificates and maintain the "Chain of Trust."

 

Traditionally an Intel® AMT system could only use trusted root certificates or a full certificate chain i.e. intermediate, leaf certifcates in it's own certifccate store to authenticate correctly. Intel SCS 12 now has support to enable the use of intermediate certificates to support authentication for any of the features below:

  • 802.1x Setups
  • Remote Access using a Management Presence Server
  • Mutual authentication in Transport Layer Security

 

You may say "so what" however this capability is becoming increasingly important where, for example the 802.1x network protocol is used to provide an authentication mechanism to devices wishing to connect to a corporate LAN or WLAN. The variety of RADIUS servers available i.e. Microsoft Network Policy Server (NPS), Aruba Clearpass, Cisco Identity Services Engine etc. means authentication is not always performed using a complete certificate chain, rather using an intermediate and leaf.

 

This feature enhancement should enable Intel AMT to integrate easier into 802.1x environments to support robust network authentication and still be available to support out-of-band services such as KVM (keyboard, video, mouse) or power control when the OS isn't running or the system is powered off/down/hibernate within an enterprise environment.


          Los trabajadores europeos siguen sin tomar medidas en torno a la seguridad IT      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Según un estudio realizado por HPE Aruba, los trabajadores europeos tienen la peor disciplina en ciberseguridad de todo el mundo; de hecho, muestran síntomas de “fatiga en torno a la seguridad”. El informe, realizado entre 2.650 empleados europeos, analiza cómo el espacio de trabajo digital está impactando en los negocios y revela algunas tendencias clave […]

La entrada Los trabajadores europeos siguen sin tomar medidas en torno a la seguridad IT aparece primero en MuyComputerPRO.


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Esta isla te ofrece una sensación de felicidad y relajación muy difícil de explicar con palabras. Te
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¡Por fin! Tras un largo viaje en bote, has alcanzado la isla Karuba y puedes hacerte a la búsqueda de los tesoros escondidos. Guía con inteligencia a tu equipo de aventureros a través de la jungla, presta atención al resto de jugadores y, sobre todo, emprende la marcha a tiempo, pues solo los primeros se aseguran los preciados tesoros de los templos.

Así se nos presenta este Karuba, un diseño de Rüdiger Dorn, responsable de juegos como Il Vecchio, Goa o Los Mercaderes de Génova. El juego fue publicado en 2015 por HABA dentro de su línea de juegos familiares. De las ilustraciones se encarga Claus Stephan, con trabajos conocidos como Amerigo, Artus o Alea Iacta Est.


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          Comment on Report: Monster Energy and Call of Duty partnering up for Black Ops 4 promotion by M4D ARUBA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Not yet in Spain either. I read it would be live here at 7pm. Hopefully they send the codes early to download the game before it opens.
          Communications Network Engineer Mid - Whidbey Island - IntellecTechs, Inc. - Whidbey Island, WA      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This network includes Cisco, Aruba, Brocade, Juniper, Riverbed and McAfee network devices to include Routers, Switches, Access Points, Intrusion Prevention...
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ARUBA INVITA A LAS MUJERES A CAMBIAR LOS CLICHÉS EN EL AMOR

La Isla Feliz invita a las mujeres a que tomen la iniciativa y sean ellas quienes pidan matrimonio

El rol de la mujer en la sociedad ha venido evolucionando exponencialmente con el pasar de los años y las mujeres han logrado reescribir su papel en las diferentes esferas sociales, económicas, familiares y laborales, desdibujando los paradigmas y estereotipos de lo que era considerado hasta hace pocas décadas como territorio masculino.  Sin embargo, aún hay un escenario en el que los clichés de género se imponen: en el amor.




Uno de los momentos más románticos, en el que se mantienen algunos clichés, es la pedida de mano. Por eso, el nuevo propósito de la Isla Feliz es que todas las mujeres sigan avanzando en la ruptura de estereotipos.  Según la directora de Aruba para Latinoamérica, Miriam Dabian, “En Aruba siempre creemos que expresar el amor no debe tener género ni reglas. Por esto, invitamos a las mujeres a inspirarse en las mejores playas del Caribe, en el clima perfecto y en los coloridos atardeceres de la isla, para que sorprendan a su pareja y sean ellos los que digan: Sí, acepto”.


Para materializar esta iniciativa, Aruba creó www.arubahesaidyes.com, una actividad que invita a las mujeres de Latinoamérica, entre 25 y 45 años, que quieran proponerle matrimonio a sus novios.  La actividad durará del 9 al 29 de agosto, y durante en este período de tiempo, las interesadas podrán inscribirse y postularse para viajar a la isla, en compañía de su pareja. Una vez en Aruba, de la mano una experta Proposal Planner, podrá recrear la propuesta de matrimonio ideal.

“Queremos invitar a las mujeres a romper con los esquemas tradicionales de pedidas de mano, que esta vez sean ellas quienes propongan celebrar estos momentos inolvidables en la isla más feliz del mundo.  Adicionalmente, invitamos a todas las personas que quieran sorprender a sus parejas a aprovechar los descuentos en viajes que tendremos durante agosto y septiembre”. Aseguró Dabian, directora de la Autoridad de Turismo de Aruba para Latinoamérica.

Durante agosto y septiembre, el romance será el protagonista de la isla. Para ello, la Autoridad de Turismo de Aruba tiene grandes descuentos en paquetes, tiquetes y hoteles, ideales para las parejas que quieran tener una escapada romántica y celebrar momentos inolvidables. 

Para mayor información sobre #HeSaidYes visita: www.arubahesaidyes.com y disfruta de todas la promociones que Aruba tiene preparadas para vivir el romance al máximo ingresando a la sección de Ofertas.



          Systems Engineer/Ingénieur système, Aruba - Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Québec City, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is EEO F/M/Protected Veteran/ Individual with Disabilities. Aruba, une entreprise Hewlett Packard Enterprise, est un chef de file en...
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          Ingénieurs d'essais Automatisation/AQ // QA/Automation testing Engineer - Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Billing Analyst - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Relationship Manager - Provision Networks, LLC - Scottsdale, AZ      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The company’s lead products include AT&T, Verizon, CradlePoint, Cisco Meraki, CenturyLink, Aruba, etc.... $40,000 - $60,000 a year
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          Affinor Growers, Inc. (RSSFF: OTCQB) | Government of Aruba Approves Vertical Farming Project Using Affinor Growers’ Technology      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Монета Аруба 2 1/2 флорина 1998      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Страна: Аруба
Название: 2 1/2 флорина
Цена: 230
Приблизительный размер: 28*28 mm
Год: 1998
Тематика: Обращение
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          Técnico Redes y Seguridad (Cisco, Fortinet...) - Ibermática - Madrid, España      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Seleccionamos 3 Técnicos de Comunicaciones experto en soluciones Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper, Aruba para integrarse dentro de un equipo especialista en la administración de nuestra propia infraestructura dedicada a la comercialización de soluciones de Comunicaciones y Seguridad de red. Se requiere: Experiencia Mínima 3 años en posiciones similares. Formación Mínima: Ingeniero técnico o superior con CISCO CCNA-CCNP. Lugar de trabajo: Madrid.
          Technical Account Manager - Arobas Personnel inc. - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
AP - Cisco Aironet, Aruba, Huawei AP compatibility (analytics and captive portal) and ensure that documentation is provided for deployment....
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          Arista Is Finding Their Mojo In Wireless      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tom Hollingsworth writes about Arista Networks' acquisition of Mojo Networks, a presenting sponsor at Mobility Field Day in 2017. Tom sees this acquisition as mutually beneficial as Mojo Networks gains the muscle they need to compete against Cisco and Aruba and Arista gains the wireless piece they needed to be super competitive in the campus connectivity market.

The post Arista Is Finding Their Mojo In Wireless appeared first on Tech Field Day.


          Becoming a Wi-Fi Superhero with Cape Networks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tom Hollingsworth discusses Cape Networks, a presenting sponsor for Mobility Field Day in 2017, and their recent acquisition by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. Cape Networks manufactures and provides web-based services for client connection monitoring and in user experience giving you the ability to look at your network not from just the top down infrastructure view, but from the bottom up client perspective as well. Tom sees this acquisition as a step in the right direction for Aruba, and looks forward to what they have to offer in the future.

The post Becoming a Wi-Fi Superhero with Cape Networks appeared first on Tech Field Day.


          Técnico Redes y Seguridad (Cisco, Fortinet...) - Ibermática - Madrid, España      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Seleccionamos 3 Técnicos de Comunicaciones experto en soluciones Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper, Aruba para integrarse dentro de un equipo especialista en la administración de nuestra propia infraestructura dedicada a la comercialización de soluciones de Comunicaciones y Seguridad de red. Se requiere: Experiencia Mínima 3 años en posiciones similares. Formación Mínima: Ingeniero técnico o superior con CISCO CCNA-CCNP. Lugar de trabajo: Madrid.
          Un crucero y 56 lugares Patrimonio de la Humanidad. ¡Eso sí que es ver mundo!       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Machu Pichu

Lo primero que vamos a necesitar son muchas ganas de ver mundo y mucho tiempo libre. Después todo será cuestión de subirse a un barco y disfrutar, durante muchos días, porque esto es un crucero que te llevará por 56 lugares Patrimonio de la Humanidad a lo largo de 30 países. ¡Eso sí que es ver mundo!

Desde luego es algo que sólo disfrutarás si eres fan de los cruceros, pero es una oportunidad única de explorar toda la historia, naturaleza y cultura que te encontrarás en todos esos lugares catalogados por la UNESCO. Sólo faltan ganas... y mucho dinero, claro.

Rodas

La compañía "culpable" de este viaje tan maravilloso es la Regent Seven Seas Cruises y tiene proyectado este crucero de 117 días que recorrerá los seis continentes, treinta países y 56 maravillosos lugares Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO. El barco es el Seven Seas Mariner, que además es el único de este tipo con todos los camarotes suite y con balcón.

Son un total de 61 paradas, con salida desde Miami y llegada a Barcelona y que en su recorrido parará en Sudamérica, la Polinesia Francesa, Australia, Asia y el Mediterráneo. En el Caribe hará visitas a las Bahamas y Aruba antes de dirigirse a través del Canal de Panamá hacia la cosa Oeste de Sudamérica. Verás el Machu Pichu, las Líneas de Nazca, y la impresionante ciudad de adobe de Chan Chan. También pasarás la noche en la Isla de Pascua.

Petra

Si hablamos de las Antípodas no podía faltar la Gran Barrera de Coral ni el Parque Nacional de las Islas Whitsunday, en Australia. De ahí al Océano Índico para llegar a Indonesia, Omán y seguir hasta Petra y Wadi Rum, continuando la navegación por el Mar Rojo. En el Mediterráneo no pueden faltar ciudades italianas y griegas.

Podéis estar tranquilos en lo que respecta a preparar maletas con tiempo porque no zarpará hasta el 5 de enero de 2021, y ahora vamos con lo que nos preocupa también: los 55.000€ que cuesta el camarote más barato. Eso sí, incluye el avión hacia Miami y desde Barcelona a vuestros lugares de origen, una gala pre-crucero, una noche de estancia antes de empezar en Miami y todas las bebidas, coladas y atenciones médicas que necesites. ¿Nos animamos?

Imágenes | Ik T, Arian Zwegers, Ian McKellar
En Diario del Viajero | Batiendo records hasta la locura: el crucero más grande del mundo, pasará por Barcelona el próximo mes de abril
En Diario del Viajero | El crucero más desmesurado del mundo, 4 meses, 32 países y 25.000 euros por pasaje


          Secure and Always-On Connectivity Changes the Game      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
From optimizing campus network switches and access points to paving the way for IoT, hear from Aruba networking experts on a variety of topics, including leading wired and wireless pain points, IoT security challenges, and more. Published by: Aruba Networks


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