eMac


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eMac

A Macintosh from Apple designed for the educational market, but offered to the general public shortly after its introduction in 2002. With all the electronics inside the CRT case, the eMac looked similar to the first iMac in 1998, but had a 17" screen rather than 15" and a faster processor. See iMac.
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The National Emergency Management Association administers EMAC, which provides vital protections to states and personnel including: tort liability, workers compensation, licensure, and reimbursement.
Sir Anthony was a driving force for EMAC since from the very beginning.
Abdullah Belhaif Al-Nuaimi, Minister Of Public Works, in the EMAC Workshop held on 16 April 2015, he endorsed and supported EMAC and emphasized the importance of alternative dispute resolution.
Under the deal, the group acquired the whole of the issued share capital of EMaC Ltd.
Under the guidance of Shaikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, the launch of the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre, or Emac, a first-of-its-kind initiative in the Middle East region, is aimed at addressing and resolving maritime disputes via deliberations based on legal frameworks and set maritime regulatory guidelines and standards.
Nexans is delighted to launch the new Emac devices in the Middle East, which is part of our global green technology initiatives," said Tarek Helmy, regional director Gulf and Middle East of Nexans Cabling Solutions.
1) EMAC staff training: Although, at first, training at a disaster site appeared to be preferable, there were limitations in space, privacy and training tools at these locations.
Since then, EMAC has undergone tremendous growth and added significant capability.
First, EMAC provides a sound legal framework and addresses important issues in the areas of worker's compensation, liability and immunity, credentialing and licensure, and reimbursement.
The chain-wide installation included a total of 578 eMAC units totaling an energy reduction of approximately 7.
On September 8, 2005, an EMAC broadcast message from Governors Blanco of Louisiana and Warner of Virginia directed responders not to self-deploy during the Katrina disaster.
It replaces the eMac and is available for education customers through the Apple Store for Education and via Apple Education Specialists.