The Defense Department’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (or JEDI for short) pits cloud vendors Amazon,Oracle, Microsoft and the like in a $10 billion bidding war to be the DoD’s sole cloud solution.
The new iPhone models were debuted during yesterday’s Apple event.
In addition to the entry-level iPhone R, there are 2 variants of the iPhone XS (pronounced Ten-S, like the sport, not excess like, well, most anyone who feels a need to get the latest greatest iPhone). The major cellular providers are taking pre-orders and the models are expected in store by Sept 21.
The Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer is going electric and coming to Silicon Valley. Harley-Davidson announced it will open an R&D Center in the Bay Area by the end year’s end, to support its commitment to building electric vehicles.
I still haven’t found a good onomatopoeia for the sound of an e-bike. Your thoughts?
Because who couldn’t benefit from a moment of pause?
If you’d like to delay your email delivery by 5 minutes, create this Outlook rule. The message will sit in your Outbox for the specified length of time, giving you the necessary time to re-open and, if so warranted, edit the item before re-sending.
Setting a Send Delay Rule in Outlook
On the Home Tab click Rules and select Manage Rules & Alerts.
Click New Rule. The Rules Wizard Dialog appears.
At the bottom of Step 1: Select a template area, click Apply rule on messages I send, then click Next. The dialog will advance to Step 1: Select conditions.
Click Next. A message appears; “This rule will be applied to every message you send. Is this correct?” Click Yes to confirm.
In the Step 1: Select action(s) area, check defer deliver by a number of minutes.
In the Step 2: Edit the rule description area, click a number of, enter the delay (e.g., 5), then click OK.
Click Next. The dialog will advance to Step 1: Select exceptions. Click Next.
In the Step 1: Specify a name for this rule, enter a name (e.g., “Send in 5 minutes”)