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"Managing Director" means a director who, by virtue of an agreement with the company or of a resolution passed by the company in general meeting or by its Board of directors or, by virtue of its memorandum or articles of association, is entrusted with substantial powers of management which would not otherwise be exercisable by him, and includes a director occupying the position of a managing director, by whatever name called.

Provided that the power to do administrative acts of a routine nature when so authorised by the Board such as the power to affix the common seal of the company to any document or to draw and endorse any cheque on the account of the company in any bank or to draw and endorse any negotiable instrument or to sign any certificate of share or to direct registration of transfer of any share, shall not be deemed to be included within substantial powers of management.

MProvided further that a managing director of a company shall exercise his powers subject to the superintendence, control and direction of its Board of directors

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Who knew that a flight home to Indianapolis from Florida back in 2003 would lead to the inspiration and passion we have today for working with architects as part of the design team. While traveling, Adam met a Principal from a local architectural firm who suggested he contact him once Design 27 was up and running. The rest, as they say, is history!

Adam leads the business development efforts for our firm and is looking to expand our work into other Midwest and Southeast markets. He has taken our work into various vertical markets including higher education, K12, corporate, religious facilities and others. As an active member of the Society of Marketing Professional Services he is continuously shaking hands, networking and looking for the right project opportunities. Adam is a Ball State University graduate with a degree in journalism and marketing. He has presented at numerous American Institute of Architects (AIA) conferences and chapter meetings. He is credited with the inception and development of the ongoing AIA Indiana Technology Symposium that is held annually in downtown Indianapolis. His enthusiasm and dedication for working with AIA and its members was recently recognized with the AIA Indiana Presidents Award at the 2011 AIA Ohio Valley Regional Conference.

In his next life Adam aspires to become a full-fledged resident of a quaint beach town called Tybee Island with his own charter fishing business. In the meantime, he is content in the land of Hoosier basketball and BRICS – Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station (another neighbor).

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Software engineering (SE) is the practice of creating and maintaining software applications by applying technologies and practices from engineering, computer science, project management, application domains and other fields. It is often described as a profession,though some say it has yet to achieve that status.

Like traditional engineering disciplines, software engineering deals with issues of cost and reliability. Some software applications contain millions of lines of code that are expected to perform properly in the face of changing conditions, making them comparable in complexity to the most complex modern machines. For example, a modern airliner has several million physical parts (and the space shuttle about ten million parts), while the software for such an airliner can run to 4 million lines of code.

A noteworthy feature of the computing industry is the increasing demand for application-specific software. For example, software to control a factory in real-time involves timing, fault-tolerance, and safety constraints. These requirements differ from those one would encounter in the design of a software interface to a database.

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The primary function of the Network Administrator is to serve in a leadership role, plan, develop, install, configure, maintain, support and optimize local and area network connections, corporate servers associated software and communication links. The Network Administrator will analyze network traffic and provide capacity planning A Network Administrator is an individual that is responsible for the maintenance of computer hardware and software systems that make up a computer network including the maintenance and monitoring of active data network or converged infrastructure and related network equipment. Network Administrators are generally mid-level support staff within an organization and don't typically get involved directly with users. Network Administrators focus upon network components within a company's LAN/WAN infrastructure ensuring integrity. Depending on the company and its size, the Network Administrator may also design and deploy networks.

The actual role of the network administrator will vary from place to place, but will commonly include activities and tasks such as network address assignment, management and implementation of routing protocols such as RIPv2, HSRP, routing table configurations and certain implementations of authentication (e.g.: challenge response, etc.). It can also include maintenance of certain network servers: file servers, VPN gateways, intrusion detection systems, etc.

In smaller organisations, Network Administrators may also be technically involved in the maintenance and administration of servers, desktop computers, printers, routers, switches, firewalls, phones, IP Phones, personal digital assistants, smartphones, software deployment, security updates and patches as well as a vast array of additional technologies inclusive of both hardware and software.