Description : The world's last known thinkers are back in the third installment of Case Lane's gripping next century cyber thriller series, Life Online. The world's most hated man walks out of a U.S. federal prison and disappears. The omnipresent global surveillance cyber Network designed to keep him imprisoned...thinks he is supposed to be free. Humans will have to use last century tactics in a next century world to stop a horrific tragedy. Will the world be able to respond before it's too late? In an earth crossing investigation, global intelligence agents and a cohort of rogue technologists struggle to find common ground in the deadly chase to stop a determined criminal from unleashing the next level of cyber terrorism against a shocked and paralyzed world. Global Cyber Security diplomat Kadie Laltanca and her experienced team at Special Command chase clues from exotic Morocco to southern Italy to the shores of the Black Sea - confronting uncooperative colleagues, hostile locals and criminal technologists aligning on either side of the war for humanity's soul. Will they discover his victims before he can unleash his plan? Or this time, is technology out of the game? The Probable Cause is Book Three in the Life Online book series of speculative science fiction technothrillers. Challenge your convictions about the parameters for right and wrong with this future fiction novel about one man's ability to galvanize thousands to join his hate movement, while using the most advanced technology tools of the next century to execute an ancient revenge. Exciting bonus content just inside the front cover: Listen to the FREE Prologue Podcast - a news report from the future - and feel the chill of Rafer Acton's deadly revenge before you get to the first page...
Description : Especially adapted to the practice of those states where such instructions are required to be in writing. Second Edition Revised.
Description : Apps have taken the world by storm, and now they're taking SharePoint as well. The biggest new thing in SharePoint 2013, apps are the solution to creating custom code that runs on not just your own SharePoint deployment, but also on others' implementations as well. Pro SharePoint 2013 App Development is your must-have guide to developing app solutions that run on the SharePoint 2013 platform. Using step-by-step tutorials, author Steve Wright creates a sample SharePoint app throughout the course of the book, and you can walk with him through the entire lifecycle of a SharePoint app. Get expert guidance and advice on creating an app, provisioning it for use in SharePoint, securing it from unauthorized use and from other applications, integrating your app with SharePoint search and other platform features, and much more. You'll even discover how to present your app to users on mobile devices like iPads, smartphones, and Microsoft Surface tablets. Apps in SharePoint are here to stay. Don't miss out - pick up a copy of Pro SharePoint 2013 App Development and get started on your own custom apps today. Introduces the architecture for creating and hosting SharePoint apps. Leads the reader through the creation and deployment of a complete solution. Provides an understanding of the security features in the SharePoint app model. Helps the organization leverage internal data securely over the network. Leverages SharePoint search and other services to create rich SharePoint solutions. Introduces the techniques for delivering data on a multitude of web and mobile platforms. What you’ll learn Understand the architecture of a SharePoint App. Host SharePoint apps on your site or in the cloud. Create, deploy and manage the lifecycle of your apps. Secure proprietary data while leveraging it in the cloud. Develop modern, sophisticated user experiences. Access data and services from SharePoint and across the web. Leverage SharePoint’s extensive search capabilities and other service applications. Use SharePoint as a social computing platform. Present data on various platforms including Windows RT, Windows Phone and mobile web devices. Who this book is for Pro SharePoint 2013 App Development is for developers and IT professionals responsible for delivering solutions on the SharePoint 2013 platform. These solutions may run on-site, in the cloud or in a hybrid deployment across many locations. Pro SharePoint 2013 App Development provides the background and step-by-step introduction needed to create massively scalable SharePoint applications using standard tools like Visual Studio and web standards like HTML and JQuery. Once created, SharePoint apps can be deployed internally or sold through the Microsoft SharePoint Store across the Internet. Table of Contents1. Introduction to SharePoint Apps 2. Creating and Deploying an App 3. Managing the App Lifecycle 4. Creating Client Side Logic using JQuery 5. SharePoint App Security 6. Business Connectivity Services 7. Web Service Access with REST and OData 8. Accessing the SharePoint Environment 9. App Logic Components 10. Developing the User Experience 11. Using SharePoint Search 12. Using SharePoint’s Social Features 13. Accessing SharePoint Service Applications 14. Interacting with Other App Environments
Description : This book analyzes theories of liability and provides in-depth discussion of: RICO; planning, budgeting and monitoring litigation from the perspective of inside counsel and more.
Description : This essential resource provides students with an introduction to the rules and principles of criminal procedure law. This text uses a case study approach to help students develop the analytical skills necessary to understand the origins, context, and evolutions of the law; concentrates on US Supreme Court decisions interpreting both state and federal constitutions; and introduces students to the reference materials and strategies used for basic legal research.
Description : This book offers critical analysis for jury instructions in the United States. Supported by court decisions, careful interpretation of the United States Constitution, and jurist's arguments, Hisham M. Ramadan thoroughly examines the mental elements in crime, the burden of proof in criminal trials, and the doctrine of reasonableness.
Description : Its not as if Steven's life at Islip Bay High was lacking excitement. His passion for technology had unwillingly got him into more trouble than anyone could have ever anticipated. But its not until the day a teacher is murdered in an execution involving a text message, an app, and a bomb, that Steven is accused and thrown into the adventure of his life. With only the help of his closest friends, he now uses his technological skills to investigate where no one else can and desperately tries to solve the mystery on which his life depends.