Press Releases For NM - Albuquerque (US)
Come celebrate Grandma on Saturday, May 4, 2013 from 10am – 2pm at the Walmart on Coors and I-40.
VanDyke Software®, the developer of Secure Shell solutions that balance strong security with ease of use, today announced the official release of SecureCRT® 5.2 and SecureFX® 4.0. The new releases provide busy network professionals with time saving tools such as scripting of the SecureCRT tab functions and file transfer queuing in SecureFX. Both products now offer an SSL protocol option.
Albuquerque Ford Dealer, Don Chalmers Ford, provides their customers with independent third party trade-in values thanks to a partnership with AutoTrader.
Local Ford dealer, Don Chalmers Ford, is committed to serving the Albuquerque community in all facets of their work. This includes providing small businesses with all of their transportation needs by offering a great selection of Ford’s fleet and commercial vehicles. Don Chalmers Ford has a dedicated sales team for commercial vehicle needs that are extremely experience and knowledgeable.
Ford drivers can save time thanks to the convenient Owners Circle feature from Don Chalmers Ford, local Albuquerque Ford dealer.
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Astorga and Sons, LLC offers superior construction and home remodeling services. Apart from Albuquerque, the company also offers these services in other New Mexico areas specifically East Mountain, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, LosLunas, and Santa Fe. The company is also offering a 10% discount on all services. However, this discount is only available to first time clients of the company. Said clients can avail of this for services such as room addition, basement remodeling, bath remodeling, carpentry services, deck installation, drywall services, hardwood flooring, kitchen remodeling, painting, plumbing and door and window replacement. All services are professionally executed by applying over 20 years of experience and skill.
Don Chalmers Ford in Albuquerque is proud to show customers the award winning Ford F-150, with the all-new EcoBoost Engine.
phati’tude Literary Magazine is pleased to announce its open submission call for its upcoming Winter issue, ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America, to be published February 2012. The issue will be guest edited by poet, editor, playwright, activist and educator, Nancy Mercado. The submission deadline is January 6, 2012. Writers and artists are encouraged to review submission guidelines and send in their work.
The 2012 Ford Mustang offers impressive power, classic style, and modern technology that is enticing buyers at Don Chalmers Ford.
Don Chalmers Ford is excited to announce Albuquerque residents have voted Don Chalmers Ford ‘Best Car Dealership’ and ‘Best Business Owner’ for 2011.
Don Chalmers Ford is excited to sponsor Rio Rancho’s newest indoor football team, the New Mexico Stars.
CashAdvance.com skyrockets above its competitors with the premiere of its New Mexico Laws and Regulations Resource. Consumers have asked for and CashAdvance.com has delivered a comprehensive multiple page fact sheet that gives consumers the answers they need to make informed decisions about payday loans. The financial experts at CashAdvance.com teamed up with legal experts to provide this one-of-a-kind guide.
Don Chalmers Ford is offering Albuquerque customers a SYNC Q&A session on Saturday, October 22nd from 10am to 4pm in their showroom.
Local Ford Dealer, Don Chalmers Ford, is helping to support Fords new partnership with General Mills on the Box Tops for Education Program.
Don Chalmers Ford is pleased to announce the 2012 Ford Explorer is now in stock at its local Albuquerque dealership.
Don Chalmers Ford is honor to receive their eleventh President’s Award for superior Customer Satisfaction.
Don Chalmers Ford in Albuquerque is pleased to offer customers the impressive Ford pickup line that features class leading fuel economy.
Albuquerque consumers looking for both fuel efficiency and value can take advantage of the best in class fuel economy vehicles at Don Chalmers Ford.
Don Chalmers Ford is excited to announce that the 2012 Ford Fiesta has arrived at its local Albuquerque dealership. The 2012 Fiesta is praised for being fun to drive and is one of the best economy cars available today.
Don Chalmers Ford is sponsoring the Raptor Roundup on July 16th at Sandia Speedway. An event designed for Ford Raptor owners and enthusiasts.
Don Chalmers Ford, a leading Albuquerque, NM Ford dealer, is excited to show customers how the Focus Electric will stay cool during the hot summer months.
Don Chalmers Ford in Albuquerque is excited to confirm that Ford is adding the smallest engine yet to the already successful EcoBoost engine lineup.
According to Global Phishing Report by APWG, there were around 67,677 phishing attacks worldwide during the second half of last year.
Popular websites and networks are favorite targets of cybercriminals. Attackers not only gain instant publicity, but also extract privileged customer and business information. The extracted information could Sony is still investigating the attack, which forced the company to take Sony PlayStation Network (PSN) and Qriocity services offline last week. The services are used by over 75 million people worldwide. While PlayStation provides online gaming, Qriocity offers audio and video services for Sony devices. Security professionals of the company are investigating the attack. The company had initially referred to the attacks as an external intrusion attempt.
Recently, counter crime agencies in China arrested 23 persons alleged to be involved in a massive voice phishing or vishing scam. Vishing is a type of attack wherein fraudsters try to seek sensitive information over phone call. The fraudsters allegedly targeted South Korean citizens. The arrest follows an agreement between South Korean and Chinese Authorities to combat against vishing scams. Fraudsters impersonating as representatives of a bank contact legitimate customers over phone and seek sensitive information or urge customers to deposit money in a particular account. They also allegedly impersonate as counter crime officials and seek details over phone. In some cases, fraudsters demand ransom from customers by claiming that they have detained one of their relatives. Over the last three years, South Korea has reportedly suffered loss of over $185 million due to phone fraud. The attackers are reportedly based in China and used to make independent random calls to avoid detection by counter crime agencies. Chinese authorities are expected to further crack down on culprits.
In yet another data breach incident, an attacker successfully intruded into some of the FTP servers of the European Space Agency (ESA).