Monthly Archives: March 2017


IBM QRadar Advisor with Watson: Revolutionizing the Way Security Analysts Work

Growing up, science fiction shows and movies fascinated me with their speculations about amazing technologies the future might bring. A common element of many of these stories was an intelligent system – depicted as a robot, a computer or a droid – and they were there to complement the mission. Today, I get to play a part in bringing to life technologies that yesterday we could only imagine. We at… Read Article →


Blind woman, service dog kicked off Dallas-bound American Airlines flight

Sue Martin, who is blind, was booked on a connecting flight from Washington, D.C., to DFW International Airport on March 1, WLBZ-TV reported. But when Martin asked a flight attendant to move her to another row so that the dog could lie down, the attendant reportedly refused, and told her to leave the flight and talk to a ticketing agent. A passenger claims a fumbling flight attendant who drenched him… Read Article →


First female airline pilot took special ‘strength tests’ to get hired

Bonnie Tiburzi took her first flying lesson in 1960 at age 12. By the time she was 17, she could fly circles around most of the adult, male students at her aviator father’s flight school in Danbury, Conn. But when she told her friends, family members and teachers that she wanted to be a commercial pilot, they said airlines didn’t hire girls. “Daddy thought it was cute and adorable …… Read Article →


Indian doctor saves flight attendant’s life 35,000 feet above the ground

A flight attendant fell unconscious midway on an Auckland-Kuala Lumpur flight, but an Indian doctor saved her life, acting as a guardian angel. In a world where some hesitate offering a helping hand, there are some rare people who do believe in helping strangers even without any personal motives. And that’s what Dr Anchita Pandoh did when she was flying from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur on Malaysian Airlines MH130, with… Read Article →


Eight ways airlines are making flying better in 2017

Emirates’ A380 on board lounge is getting a makeover to include booths for passengers and sound-proof curtains. Picture: David Copeman FROM new, longer planes to a “super” style of business class, check out the big changes coming to your next flight. SLEEP V EAT Qantas is working with academics to determine the best time for meal services on longer flights, for the purpose of enhancing sleep quality. Currently the food… Read Article →


The ‘dirty little secrets’ consumers should know about these industries

There are things customer service representatives will never tell you. That’s where former employees come in. Former and current workers revealed some of the biggest secrets of their industries on a recent Reddit thread that has, over the last four days, garnered nearly 25,000 comments. When it comes to making customers happy, some industries — cable TV, internet service providers or health insurers, anyone? — can never seem to catch… Read Article →