ROMANIA – Travel Advisory, travel advisory canada.#Travel #advisory #canada

Romania Travel Advisory

Travel advisory canada

Last update: December 1, 2017

There are no other events or situations – such as diseases, distress or unrest –

threatening the personal safety or well-being of travelers to Romania.

The following information may be of interest to travelers:

Traffic Delays and / or Road Closures

Route: TransFagarasan

National Road DN 7 C (Drumul National 7 C) crossing the Fagaras Mountains

Section affected: Piscu Negru to Balea Cascada (km 104 to km 131)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 – June 30, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening)

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory canada

Route: TransAlpina

National Road DN 67 C (Drumul National 67 C) crossing the Parang Mountains

Ranca – Obarsia Lotrului (km 34 to km 60)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 — May 31, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening).

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory canada

Route: Campul lui Neag to Cerna Sat

(Drumul National 66A)

Section Closed: Campu lui Neag to Cerna Sat (km 47 to km 88)

Event: major repairs and maintenance

Scheduled Scheduled dates: December 31, 2017

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday

Detour route: Campu lui Neag – Arcani – Baia de Arama – Tatu – Cerna Sat.

Travel advisory canada

Route: Rodna (BN) – Carlibaba (SV)

National Road DN 17 D – DN 18 (Drumul National 17 D)

Section affected: Rodna to Carlibaba (km 86 to km 103)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory canada

Route: Poiana Horea (CJ) – Matisesti (Horea) (AB)

National Road DN 1 R (Drumul National 1 R)

Section affected: Poiana Horea to Matisesti (km 58 to km 62)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory canada

Information on Road Conditions can also be obtained directly from Romania’s Road Safety Authority.

Telephone: + 4 021.264.33.33 or 0800 800.301 (local toll free)

Uber and Hitching Rides

A newly adopted amendment to the regulations concerning taxi and hired car (with driver) indicates that only licensed entities and persons are allowed to provide transportation services for individuals/ groups, in exchange for payment. As a result Uber car service and getting a payment from hitchhikers are not authorized.

The new regulation does not really affect riders/ visitors but offending drivers are in a grey legal zone.

Money Exchange

Romania’s currency (Lei) is not readily available abroad.

If you do not wish to keep your leftover Romanian Lei, please make sure that, before leaving Romania, you have converted them into the currency of your choice.

Bucharest Taxi

In the past years, the RomaniaTourism has received quite a few complaints regarding Bucharest taxi drivers who overcharged customers by not using the meter or employing malfunctioning meters.

Drivers approaching you at the airport or at the train station (Gara de Nord) in Bucharest are likely to inflate their rates; please be aware and try to avoid them.

Taxis can be summoned by telephone or hailed on the street. Confirming the cost of the ride with the driver, before starting the trip, is always a good idea.

Taxi tariffs can vary from company to company.

Typical Bucharest Taxi tariffs:

* Tariffs in U.S. Dollars estimated at an exchange rate of 4.00 Lei / Dollar.

Travel advisory canadaFor a free Bucharest Taxi Fare estimate please visit

Fare estimates offered by TarifTaxi.ro are for the shortest route/ normal traffic conditions. Actual fare may be more – or less – than predicted.

The cost of the taxi trip from Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport to downtown Bucharest is about 75.00 Lei ($20.00).

More information on transportation from/ to Bucharest international Airport are available at www.romaniatourism.com/bucharest.

If you run into a problem with any taxi in Bucharest – or if you are suspecting that you have met a dishonest driver – ask for a receipt and if possible try to write down the vehicle’s license plate #.

To file a Taxi complaint please call

021 201 3242 (Transportation Bureau of the Police Department) and/or

021 9844 (Bucharest City Hall – Complaints)

021 9551 (Consumer Protection Authority).

Feedback about Bucharest taxi service can also be sent to:

Bucharest City Hall

(Primaria Municipiului Bucuresti

Directia Transporturi, Drumuri, Sistematizarea Circulatiei

Serviciul Control Transporturi, Utilit?ti Publice)

B-dul Regina Elisabeta nr 47; etajul 2, camera 237

050013 Bucharest 5 Romania

Telephone: 021 305.55.00 x 1252

Bucharest Bureau of Consumer Protection

(Oficiul Municipal pentru Protectia Consumatorilor)

Str. Transilvaniei 2

010798 Bucharest 1 Romania

Telephone: 021 310.63.75

The Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Bd. Dinicu Golescu 38

Bucharest 1 – Romania

Driving in Romania

Most major tourist attractions in Romania are easily accessible by public transportation but travel by car is perhaps the best way to discover Romania’s charming villages and to reach attractions located in areas with limitted bus

or train service.

In some areas of Romania, conditions of roads, the number of slow moving vehicles and even the level of adherence to traffic regulations and common road courtesies may be different from what you are familiar with in the USA or Canada.

We are not aware of any major incidents regarding driving in Romania but feedback from a few U.S. and Canadian travelers have indicated that some Romanian drivers have a competitive driving style (improper passing / cutting into another car’s path and tailgating flash of the headlamps are not uncommon).

While in North America flashing the headlamps is considered rude in Europe a quick flash of the headlamps is sufficient to get the car lead to move on the first lane of the (multi-lane) road.

In rural areas be ready to share the road with slow-moving vehicles, including horse-drawn wagons.

A number of roads are under construction.

Signage and safety studs may be inferior to those used in North America.

The numerous photo opportunities offered by Romania’s scenic countryside may make you to stop more often than planned and driving to your destination may take longer than expected.

However, as long as you will drive cautiously we believe that you will enjoy your driving vacation in Romania.

A map of Romania’s roads condition is available at the link below:

A map of road traffic intensity forecast (not real time traffic info) is available at:

Feedback about tour operators / travel agencies

We love positive feedback about travel to Romania and we are getting lots of it

from travelers who have visited recently.

However, we would like to know if your Romania experience was flawed by a company and/or its staff;

please do not hesitate to let us know if not everything went well during your trip.

If you wish to book a trip with a travel agency based in Romania, feel free to check with us their credentials.

Romanian Tour Operators, Travel Agencies and Freelance Guides must be licensed

by the Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Be particularly cautious if:

– the Website of a travel company or a freelance guide does not indicate a physical address,

– hotel rates and prices for similar services are significantly lower then those offered by other companies,

– full payment – in cash / wire transfer – is being asked when making the reservation or long before the beginning of trip, especially for services that must not be paid in advance by the travel company (meals, guide services, ground transportation).





16/04/2018

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , ,

Leave a Comment

ROMANIA – Travel Advisory, travel advisory.#Travel #advisory

Romania Travel Advisory

Travel advisory

Last update: December 1, 2017

There are no other events or situations – such as diseases, distress or unrest –

threatening the personal safety or well-being of travelers to Romania.

The following information may be of interest to travelers:

Traffic Delays and / or Road Closures

Route: TransFagarasan

National Road DN 7 C (Drumul National 7 C) crossing the Fagaras Mountains

Section affected: Piscu Negru to Balea Cascada (km 104 to km 131)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 – June 30, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening)

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: TransAlpina

National Road DN 67 C (Drumul National 67 C) crossing the Parang Mountains

Ranca – Obarsia Lotrului (km 34 to km 60)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 — May 31, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening).

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: Campul lui Neag to Cerna Sat

(Drumul National 66A)

Section Closed: Campu lui Neag to Cerna Sat (km 47 to km 88)

Event: major repairs and maintenance

Scheduled Scheduled dates: December 31, 2017

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday

Detour route: Campu lui Neag – Arcani – Baia de Arama – Tatu – Cerna Sat.

Travel advisory

Route: Rodna (BN) – Carlibaba (SV)

National Road DN 17 D – DN 18 (Drumul National 17 D)

Section affected: Rodna to Carlibaba (km 86 to km 103)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: Poiana Horea (CJ) – Matisesti (Horea) (AB)

National Road DN 1 R (Drumul National 1 R)

Section affected: Poiana Horea to Matisesti (km 58 to km 62)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Information on Road Conditions can also be obtained directly from Romania’s Road Safety Authority.

Telephone: + 4 021.264.33.33 or 0800 800.301 (local toll free)

Uber and Hitching Rides

A newly adopted amendment to the regulations concerning taxi and hired car (with driver) indicates that only licensed entities and persons are allowed to provide transportation services for individuals/ groups, in exchange for payment. As a result Uber car service and getting a payment from hitchhikers are not authorized.

The new regulation does not really affect riders/ visitors but offending drivers are in a grey legal zone.

Money Exchange

Romania’s currency (Lei) is not readily available abroad.

If you do not wish to keep your leftover Romanian Lei, please make sure that, before leaving Romania, you have converted them into the currency of your choice.

Bucharest Taxi

In the past years, the RomaniaTourism has received quite a few complaints regarding Bucharest taxi drivers who overcharged customers by not using the meter or employing malfunctioning meters.

Drivers approaching you at the airport or at the train station (Gara de Nord) in Bucharest are likely to inflate their rates; please be aware and try to avoid them.

Taxis can be summoned by telephone or hailed on the street. Confirming the cost of the ride with the driver, before starting the trip, is always a good idea.

Taxi tariffs can vary from company to company.

Typical Bucharest Taxi tariffs:

* Tariffs in U.S. Dollars estimated at an exchange rate of 4.00 Lei / Dollar.

Travel advisoryFor a free Bucharest Taxi Fare estimate please visit

Fare estimates offered by TarifTaxi.ro are for the shortest route/ normal traffic conditions. Actual fare may be more – or less – than predicted.

The cost of the taxi trip from Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport to downtown Bucharest is about 75.00 Lei ($20.00).

More information on transportation from/ to Bucharest international Airport are available at www.romaniatourism.com/bucharest.

If you run into a problem with any taxi in Bucharest – or if you are suspecting that you have met a dishonest driver – ask for a receipt and if possible try to write down the vehicle’s license plate #.

To file a Taxi complaint please call

021 201 3242 (Transportation Bureau of the Police Department) and/or

021 9844 (Bucharest City Hall – Complaints)

021 9551 (Consumer Protection Authority).

Feedback about Bucharest taxi service can also be sent to:

Bucharest City Hall

(Primaria Municipiului Bucuresti

Directia Transporturi, Drumuri, Sistematizarea Circulatiei

Serviciul Control Transporturi, Utilit?ti Publice)

B-dul Regina Elisabeta nr 47; etajul 2, camera 237

050013 Bucharest 5 Romania

Telephone: 021 305.55.00 x 1252

Bucharest Bureau of Consumer Protection

(Oficiul Municipal pentru Protectia Consumatorilor)

Str. Transilvaniei 2

010798 Bucharest 1 Romania

Telephone: 021 310.63.75

The Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Bd. Dinicu Golescu 38

Bucharest 1 – Romania

Driving in Romania

Most major tourist attractions in Romania are easily accessible by public transportation but travel by car is perhaps the best way to discover Romania’s charming villages and to reach attractions located in areas with limitted bus

or train service.

In some areas of Romania, conditions of roads, the number of slow moving vehicles and even the level of adherence to traffic regulations and common road courtesies may be different from what you are familiar with in the USA or Canada.

We are not aware of any major incidents regarding driving in Romania but feedback from a few U.S. and Canadian travelers have indicated that some Romanian drivers have a competitive driving style (improper passing / cutting into another car’s path and tailgating flash of the headlamps are not uncommon).

While in North America flashing the headlamps is considered rude in Europe a quick flash of the headlamps is sufficient to get the car lead to move on the first lane of the (multi-lane) road.

In rural areas be ready to share the road with slow-moving vehicles, including horse-drawn wagons.

A number of roads are under construction.

Signage and safety studs may be inferior to those used in North America.

The numerous photo opportunities offered by Romania’s scenic countryside may make you to stop more often than planned and driving to your destination may take longer than expected.

However, as long as you will drive cautiously we believe that you will enjoy your driving vacation in Romania.

A map of Romania’s roads condition is available at the link below:

A map of road traffic intensity forecast (not real time traffic info) is available at:

Feedback about tour operators / travel agencies

We love positive feedback about travel to Romania and we are getting lots of it

from travelers who have visited recently.

However, we would like to know if your Romania experience was flawed by a company and/or its staff;

please do not hesitate to let us know if not everything went well during your trip.

If you wish to book a trip with a travel agency based in Romania, feel free to check with us their credentials.

Romanian Tour Operators, Travel Agencies and Freelance Guides must be licensed

by the Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Be particularly cautious if:

– the Website of a travel company or a freelance guide does not indicate a physical address,

– hotel rates and prices for similar services are significantly lower then those offered by other companies,

– full payment – in cash / wire transfer – is being asked when making the reservation or long before the beginning of trip, especially for services that must not be paid in advance by the travel company (meals, guide services, ground transportation).





22/03/2018

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: ,

Leave a Comment

NAACP issues travel advisory for Missouri – NY Daily News, travel

NAACP issues travel advisory for Missouri in wake of police brutality incidents, passage of ‘Jim Crow Bill’

The NAACP has adopted a travel advisory for Missouri, the first of its kind issued in the organization’s 108-year history.

The warning to travelers comes after several high-profile police brutality assaults on black residents in the last few years as well as a new “Jim Crow Bill” that makes it harder to sue for discrimination.

“The advisory is for people to be aware, and warn their families and friends and co-workers of what could happen in Missouri,” Rod Chapel, president of the Missouri NAACP, told the Kansas City Star. “People need to be ready, whether it’s bringing bail money with them, or letting relatives know they are traveling through the state.”

Chapel’s state chapter first issued the advisory in early June, and the national organization adopted it last week. The advisory will be ratified in October.

Advisories typically come from the State Department and warn about visiting other countries with unsettled political conditions or health hazards.

But the Missouri NAACP crafted its warning in part because of recent incidents that included racist statements to University of Missouri students, a hot glue gun attack on black teens in St. Louis and the May death of Tory Sanders.

Sanders, 28, suffered from depression and lived in Nashville when he went for a drive on May 5, the Riverfront Times reported at the time. A wrong turn landed him in Mississippi County in southeast Missouri, where the married father of eight ran out of gas.

Travel advisory

Protesters march past the St. Louis Arch in October 2014.

He went to police for help — telling them there was a warrant for his arrest in Nashville — and he was taken to the police station, but never arrested.

He was medically evaluated and cleared to go, according to the Kansas City Star, but for some reason he wouldn’t leave his cell.

A second checkup recommended he be held for 96 hours, the newspaper reported. During that time he had conflicts with the staff, who stungunned Sanders and pepper sprayed him.

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley successfully got Mississippi County Sheriff Cory Hutcheson suspended during the investigation, days after he’d already been arrested for robbery and assault in a separate case.

“You have violations of civil rights that are happening to people. They’re being pulled over because of their skin color, they’re being beaten up or killed,” Chapel told the Kansas City Star. “We are hearing complaints at a rate we haven’t heard before.”

His civil rights group’s advisory, citing data from the attorney general’s office, notes African American drivers at 75% more likely to be pulled over than white drivers.

Travel advisory

Sanders (left) died in a Mississippi County jail in May. The sheriff, Cory Hutcheson, was suspended after his death.

“These stops have resulted in increased traffic fines, senseless searches of vehicle and persons, and on occasion unnecessary violence,” the advisory says.

The notice also warns of a new “Jim Crow Bill,” which makes it harder to sue for discrimination, particularly over employment or housing.

The new law will kick in on Aug. 28, and requires discrimination claims to prove that race, gender or religion are “motivating” factors for discrimination, not “contributing,” according to CBS News.

Gov. Eric Greitens recently signed the law into action, and told CBS News it was a needed reform. The standards set out in the bill were the same used by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, he added.

Pat Rowe Kerr sued Missouri seven years ago for sex and age discrimination, winning a $3 million lawsuit in 2016.

But Kerr, 64, now worries others in her position won’t be able to get justice.

It is wrong, it is flat out wrong, she told CBS News. This is just another example of not being progressive, and if we want to be a progressive Missouri, why are we going backwards?





22/03/2018

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: ,

Leave a Comment

ROMANIA – Travel Advisory, travel advisory.#Travel #advisory

Romania Travel Advisory

Travel advisory

Last update: December 1, 2017

There are no other events or situations – such as diseases, distress or unrest –

threatening the personal safety or well-being of travelers to Romania.

The following information may be of interest to travelers:

Traffic Delays and / or Road Closures

Route: TransFagarasan

National Road DN 7 C (Drumul National 7 C) crossing the Fagaras Mountains

Section affected: Piscu Negru to Balea Cascada (km 104 to km 131)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 – June 30, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening)

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: TransAlpina

National Road DN 67 C (Drumul National 67 C) crossing the Parang Mountains

Ranca – Obarsia Lotrului (km 34 to km 60)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: October 28, 2017 — May 31, 2018 (tentative date of re-opening).

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: Campul lui Neag to Cerna Sat

(Drumul National 66A)

Section Closed: Campu lui Neag to Cerna Sat (km 47 to km 88)

Event: major repairs and maintenance

Scheduled Scheduled dates: December 31, 2017

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday

Detour route: Campu lui Neag – Arcani – Baia de Arama – Tatu – Cerna Sat.

Travel advisory

Route: Rodna (BN) – Carlibaba (SV)

National Road DN 17 D – DN 18 (Drumul National 17 D)

Section affected: Rodna to Carlibaba (km 86 to km 103)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Route: Poiana Horea (CJ) – Matisesti (Horea) (AB)

National Road DN 1 R (Drumul National 1 R)

Section affected: Poiana Horea to Matisesti (km 58 to km 62)

Reason: abundant snowfalls

Scheduled Dates: winter season

Scheduled days: Monday – Sunday.

Travel advisory

Information on Road Conditions can also be obtained directly from Romania’s Road Safety Authority.

Telephone: + 4 021.264.33.33 or 0800 800.301 (local toll free)

Uber and Hitching Rides

A newly adopted amendment to the regulations concerning taxi and hired car (with driver) indicates that only licensed entities and persons are allowed to provide transportation services for individuals/ groups, in exchange for payment. As a result Uber car service and getting a payment from hitchhikers are not authorized.

The new regulation does not really affect riders/ visitors but offending drivers are in a grey legal zone.

Money Exchange

Romania’s currency (Lei) is not readily available abroad.

If you do not wish to keep your leftover Romanian Lei, please make sure that, before leaving Romania, you have converted them into the currency of your choice.

Bucharest Taxi

In the past years, the RomaniaTourism has received quite a few complaints regarding Bucharest taxi drivers who overcharged customers by not using the meter or employing malfunctioning meters.

Drivers approaching you at the airport or at the train station (Gara de Nord) in Bucharest are likely to inflate their rates; please be aware and try to avoid them.

Taxis can be summoned by telephone or hailed on the street. Confirming the cost of the ride with the driver, before starting the trip, is always a good idea.

Taxi tariffs can vary from company to company.

Typical Bucharest Taxi tariffs:

* Tariffs in U.S. Dollars estimated at an exchange rate of 4.00 Lei / Dollar.

Travel advisoryFor a free Bucharest Taxi Fare estimate please visit

Fare estimates offered by TarifTaxi.ro are for the shortest route/ normal traffic conditions. Actual fare may be more – or less – than predicted.

The cost of the taxi trip from Henri Coanda (Otopeni) Airport to downtown Bucharest is about 75.00 Lei ($20.00).

More information on transportation from/ to Bucharest international Airport are available at www.romaniatourism.com/bucharest.

If you run into a problem with any taxi in Bucharest – or if you are suspecting that you have met a dishonest driver – ask for a receipt and if possible try to write down the vehicle’s license plate #.

To file a Taxi complaint please call

021 201 3242 (Transportation Bureau of the Police Department) and/or

021 9844 (Bucharest City Hall – Complaints)

021 9551 (Consumer Protection Authority).

Feedback about Bucharest taxi service can also be sent to:

Bucharest City Hall

(Primaria Municipiului Bucuresti

Directia Transporturi, Drumuri, Sistematizarea Circulatiei

Serviciul Control Transporturi, Utilit?ti Publice)

B-dul Regina Elisabeta nr 47; etajul 2, camera 237

050013 Bucharest 5 Romania

Telephone: 021 305.55.00 x 1252

Bucharest Bureau of Consumer Protection

(Oficiul Municipal pentru Protectia Consumatorilor)

Str. Transilvaniei 2

010798 Bucharest 1 Romania

Telephone: 021 310.63.75

The Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Bd. Dinicu Golescu 38

Bucharest 1 – Romania

Driving in Romania

Most major tourist attractions in Romania are easily accessible by public transportation but travel by car is perhaps the best way to discover Romania’s charming villages and to reach attractions located in areas with limitted bus

or train service.

In some areas of Romania, conditions of roads, the number of slow moving vehicles and even the level of adherence to traffic regulations and common road courtesies may be different from what you are familiar with in the USA or Canada.

We are not aware of any major incidents regarding driving in Romania but feedback from a few U.S. and Canadian travelers have indicated that some Romanian drivers have a competitive driving style (improper passing / cutting into another car’s path and tailgating flash of the headlamps are not uncommon).

While in North America flashing the headlamps is considered rude in Europe a quick flash of the headlamps is sufficient to get the car lead to move on the first lane of the (multi-lane) road.

In rural areas be ready to share the road with slow-moving vehicles, including horse-drawn wagons.

A number of roads are under construction.

Signage and safety studs may be inferior to those used in North America.

The numerous photo opportunities offered by Romania’s scenic countryside may make you to stop more often than planned and driving to your destination may take longer than expected.

However, as long as you will drive cautiously we believe that you will enjoy your driving vacation in Romania.

A map of Romania’s roads condition is available at the link below:

A map of road traffic intensity forecast (not real time traffic info) is available at:

Feedback about tour operators / travel agencies

We love positive feedback about travel to Romania and we are getting lots of it

from travelers who have visited recently.

However, we would like to know if your Romania experience was flawed by a company and/or its staff;

please do not hesitate to let us know if not everything went well during your trip.

If you wish to book a trip with a travel agency based in Romania, feel free to check with us their credentials.

Romanian Tour Operators, Travel Agencies and Freelance Guides must be licensed

by the Romanian Ministry of Tourism

Be particularly cautious if:

– the Website of a travel company or a freelance guide does not indicate a physical address,

– hotel rates and prices for similar services are significantly lower then those offered by other companies,

– full payment – in cash / wire transfer – is being asked when making the reservation or long before the beginning of trip, especially for services that must not be paid in advance by the travel company (meals, guide services, ground transportation).





24/01/2018

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: ,

Leave a Comment

Cloud Consulting Services – BMC Software #cloud #advisory #services


#

Cloud Consulting Services

Build a cloud you can count on

BMC Global Services provides cloud planning and implementation solutions to help you navigate your journey to the cloud. BMC Cloud Consulting Services are based on implementation best practices and will help minimize risk when navigating the many complexities involved in building and operating a cloud. By teaming our expert consultants with your IT leaders, we can help you stand up and integrate the optimal cloud environment to facilitate your strategic and technical business requirements. Consult a BMC expert

Mitigate risk with a comprehensive plan

To maximize the value of your cloud initiatives, start with a plan driven by business need, architected to deliver business services, and designed for the new IT.

Reduce risk

Leverage our experience and expertise to ensure the successful deployment of hybrid cloud computing services.

Control costs

Improve the efficiency of your compute environment and reduce the need to build new data centers.

Demonstrate value

Value-based use cases showcase business functionality with measurable results.

Improve predictability

Configure a self-service portal so IT operations can request, remove, modify, and monitor cloud services.

Stand up a hybrid cloud in 60 days. BMC Global Services can help you accelerate delivery of the BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management (CLM) platform to provision hardware and software resources on demand, improve resource utilization, and optimize operational costs.

  • Deploy a pre-production hybrid cloud environment in 60 days.
  • Review risk, organizational readiness, and best practices.
  • Architect the cloud infrastructure.
  • Define your cloud services catalog.
  • Document solution implementation requirements.

This product is available as a standalone offering.

Collaborate with BMC Global Services to plan and build a BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution unique to your environment. Following BMC Global Services prescriptive approach provides the required capabilities for service provisioning, a self-service portal, and service decommissioning.

  • Complete a detailed architecture design.
  • Define your cloud service blueprints and catalog.
  • Document solution implementation requirements.
  • Run a fully-functioning CLM in a new cloud computing pilot environment.

This product is available as a standalone offering.

Guided by onsite BMC consultants, this two-to-three week effort produces an 18-month phased road map to identify major milestones and long-term cloud initiative objectives.

  • Know the exact level of effort, risk, and process change necessary to plan, deploy, and manage a cloud environment.
  • Address any combination of cloud planning and design, hybrid cloud delivery, cloud operations, and cloud governance and compliance.
  • Discuss the specific workloads you need to support with a BMC project manager, BSM architect, IT service management specialist, cloud service automation specialist, and cloud service integration specialist.

Thai Airways deployed BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management and improved business solution provisioning time by 85 percent. Prior to the deployment, Cloud Solution Planning Insight helped address business objectives and mission-critical IT governance issues.

This product is available as a standalone offering.

“A key factor in our choice of BMC was its ability to support heterogeneous operating systems and virtual platforms; its quick time to market; the comprehensive functionality in terms of Cloud Lifecycle Management; and the scalability of the solution.”

Related topics:

Cloud Management BMC offers cloud solutions that get your cloud up and running fast, adapting and scaling as your business changes and grows. Data Center Management and Automation BMC data center management and automation solutions increase your IT efficiency, ensure compliance, and automate routine manual processes. Cloud Management for Service Providers BMC gives you the power to securely deliver customized multi-tier cloud services across hybrid infrastructures—helping you stand out from the competition.

What to look for in cloud consulting services

Plan

  • Gap analysis
  • Implementation cost control
  • Use case development
  • Service level agreements
  • Long-term financial expectations
  • 18-month roadmap

Build

  • Detailed architecture design
  • Cloud service blueprints and catalog
  • Solution implementation requirements document
  • Self-service portal
  • Fully functional cloud computing environment

Run

  • Cloud-aware placement advisor
  • Cloud capacity visibility
  • Cloud chargeback use cases
  • ITIL compliance
  • BMC Remedy IT Service Management integration
  • Incident, problem, and change visibility

Browse our cloud solutions

Cloud Lifecycle Management accelerates innovation in the cloud through automated provisioning, governance, and management of secure cloud services.

BMC Cloud Operations Management gives you the performance and capacity management you need to run a smart, reliable cloud.

BMC Atrium Orchestrator allows IT staff to automate tasks via workflows that span multiple applications, systems, or infrastructure to document change and close the loop on compliance.

Join the conversation

Company


06/10/2017

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , ,

Leave a Comment

Mexico canadian travel advisory this real? Cancun Forum #travel #new #zealand

#travel advisory canada
#

Mexico canadian travel advisory. is this real ?

I believe Cancun was in Mexico

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Last Updated: April 4, 2012 8:57 EDT

Still Valid: April 13, 2012 23:50 EDT

4. ENTRY/EXIT REQUIREMENTS

It is the sole prerogative of each country or region to determine who is allowed to enter. All countries or regions have special requirements for persons intending to reside for extended periods (usually more than 90 days) or who plan to work, study, or engage in non-tourist activities. To obtain information on specific entry requirements, contact the nearest diplomatic or consular office of the destination(s) to be visited. Violations of entry and exit requirements may result in serious penalties.

The following information on entry and exit requirements has been obtained from the Mexican authorities. However, these requirements are subject to change at any time. It is the traveller’s responsibility to check with the Embassy of the United Mexican States or its consulates for up-to-date information.

Canadian citizens, including those with dual citizenship, are required to present a valid passport in order to enter and exit Mexico. Canadians without a valid passport will be refused entry and returned to Canada.

Canadians with a criminal record might be refused entry and returned to Canada on the next available flight. Canadians in this situation should contact the Embassy of Mexico in Ottawa prior to making travel arrangements.

Permanent residents and landed immigrants of Canada should check for specific entry requirements with Mexico’s immigration authorities (Instituto Nacional de Migración, or INAMI).

Persons seeking to enter Mexico for purposes other than tourism are required to have a proper visa. Foreigners involved in unauthorized activities will be expelled. Special and diplomatic passport holders require a visa to visit Mexico. Consult the Embassy of Mexico in Canada or its consulates for more information.





05/10/2017

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Leave a Comment

SKP Business Consulting LLP, Business Set-up, Transaction Support, Finance and Accounting


#

outsourcing advisory services

Outsourcing advisory services

Outsourcing advisory services

  • Home
  • About Us

Outsourcing advisory services Outsourcing advisory services Outsourcing advisory services Outsourcing advisory services Outsourcing advisory services Outsourcing advisory services

Outsourcing advisory services

About SKP

Outsourcing advisory services

Union Budget 2017

Outsourcing advisory services

People and Culture

Outsourcing advisory services

Corporate Services

Latest Thinking

Outsourcing advisory services

SKP Transfer Pricing 360˚ – April to June 2017

Outsourcing advisory services

SKP Tax Trends – April to June 2017

Updates

Outsourcing advisory services

Indian government issues Consolidated FDI Policy 2017

Outsourcing advisory services

Insights

Outsourcing advisory services

SKP Global

Outsourcing advisory services

Outsourcing advisory services

The Team

Outsourcing advisory services

2017 SKP Business Consulting LLP.

All Rights Reserved. Best viewed on Internet Explorer 10 and above, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.


21/09/2017

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , ,

Leave a Comment

Winter Travel Advisory #cheap #flight #ticket

#travel new york
#

Overview

Welcome to the New York State Winter Travel Advisory System. The system has activated for the 2014 – 2015 winter season.

The purpose of the system is to provide information about many of New York State’s most traveled roads directly from the operators that are performing the snow and ice operations. Our operators will provide reports to this system in areas where they are plowing or treating a highway due to winter weather. This advisory system provides a color coded map of major NYS highways indicating where many of these operations are occurring and the conditions that our operators are observing.

The New York State Department of Transportation cautions travelers to avoid travel whenever possible when winter weather makes driving difficult — but in cases where travel is necessary this system can provide you information about potential conditions during your trip.

Please visit the new and improved Winter Travel Advisory that is now offered through the 511NY service. Use the standard Google Maps controls shown to navigate around the site. The Select a Region dropdown box allows the user to choose a New York statewide view or to zoom to any one of the nine 511NY reporting regions for winter travel information. Placing the cursor over a shaded highway segment will cause a popup box to appear showing additional information about that WTA Road Segment.

A No Report condition indicates that there are either no snow removal operations in progress or that snow removal operators are still mobilizing and have not yet filed a report on conditions. Please pay close attention to current weather reports in your area.

If you have any questions about the Winter Travel Advisory or would like to leave a comment about our new look, please contact us .





11/07/2017

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , ,

Leave a Comment

Mexico canadian travel advisory this real? Cancun Forum #china #travel #agency

#travel advisory canada
#

Mexico canadian travel advisory. is this real ?

I believe Cancun was in Mexico

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Last Updated: April 4, 2012 8:57 EDT

Still Valid: April 13, 2012 23:50 EDT

4. ENTRY/EXIT REQUIREMENTS

It is the sole prerogative of each country or region to determine who is allowed to enter. All countries or regions have special requirements for persons intending to reside for extended periods (usually more than 90 days) or who plan to work, study, or engage in non-tourist activities. To obtain information on specific entry requirements, contact the nearest diplomatic or consular office of the destination(s) to be visited. Violations of entry and exit requirements may result in serious penalties.

The following information on entry and exit requirements has been obtained from the Mexican authorities. However, these requirements are subject to change at any time. It is the traveller’s responsibility to check with the Embassy of the United Mexican States or its consulates for up-to-date information.

Canadian citizens, including those with dual citizenship, are required to present a valid passport in order to enter and exit Mexico. Canadians without a valid passport will be refused entry and returned to Canada.

Canadians with a criminal record might be refused entry and returned to Canada on the next available flight. Canadians in this situation should contact the Embassy of Mexico in Ottawa prior to making travel arrangements.

Permanent residents and landed immigrants of Canada should check for specific entry requirements with Mexico’s immigration authorities (Instituto Nacional de Migración, or INAMI).

Persons seeking to enter Mexico for purposes other than tourism are required to have a proper visa. Foreigners involved in unauthorized activities will be expelled. Special and diplomatic passport holders require a visa to visit Mexico. Consult the Embassy of Mexico in Canada or its consulates for more information.





25/06/2017

Posted In: NEWS

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Leave a Comment