Archiving Software Industry Analysis, Market Growth 2015 | Prof Research Reports

Report Overview2015 Archiving Software Industry Report – Global and Chinese Market Scenario is a professional and in-depth market survey on Global and Chinese Archiving Software industry. The report firstly reviews the basic information of Archiving Software including its classification, application and manufacturing technology; The report then explores global and China’s top manufacturers of Archiving Software listing their product specification, capacity, Production value, and market share etc.;The report further analyzes quantitatively 2010-2015 global and China’s total market of Archiving Software by calculation of main economic parameters of each company; The breakdown data of Archiving Software market are presented by company, by country, and by application; The report also estimates 2015-2020 market development of Archiving Software Industry.Know more about sample report at:
http://www.profresearchreports.com/request-sample/13363The report then analyzes the upstream raw materials, downstream clients, and current market dynamics of Archiving Software Industry. In the end, the report makes some proposals for a new project of Archiving Software Industry and a new project of Archiving Software Industry before evaluating its feasibility. Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of 2010-2015 global and China Archiving Software industry covering all important parameters.Table of Contents:• Chapter One Introduction of Archiving Software Industry
• Chapter Two Manufacturing Technology of Archiving Software
• Chapter Three Analysis of Global Key Manufacturers (Including Company Profile, Product Specification, 2010-2015 Production Information etc.)
• Chapter Four 2010-2015 Global and China Market of Archiving Software
• Chapter Five Market Status of Archiving Software Industry
• Chapter Six Market Forecast of 2015-2020 Global and China Archiving Software Industry
• Chapter Seven Analysis of Archiving Software Industry Chain
•…

Financial Services Security Software Industry Analysis, Market Production Value 2015

Report OverviewProf Research Reports adds a report titled “2015 Financial Services Security Software Industry Report” that provides detailed information of the Financial Services Security Software Industry. The report is an excellent piece of study for investors who are looking towards the market.2015 Financial Services Security Software Industry Report – Global and Chinese Market Scenario is a professional and in-depth market survey on Global and Chinese Financial Services Security Software industry. The report firstly reviews the basic information of Financial Services Security Software including its classification, application and manufacturing technology; The report then explores global and China’s top manufacturers of Financial Services Security Software listing their product specification, capacity, Production value, and market share etc.;The report further analyzes quantitatively 2010-2015 global and China’s total market of Financial Services Security Software by calculation of main economic parameters of each company; The breakdown data of Financial Services Security Software market are presented by company, by country, and by application; The report also estimates 2015-2020 market development of Financial Services Security Software Industry.Browse Complete Report at:
http://www.profresearchreports.com/financial-services-security-software-industry-2015-global-and-chinese-anaysis-marketThe report then analyzes the upstream raw materials, downstream clients, and current market dynamics of Financial Services Security Software Industry. In the end, the report makes some proposals for a new project of Financial Services Security Software Industry and a new project of Financial Services Security Software Industry before evaluating its feasibility. Overall, the report provides an in-depth insight of 2010-2015 global and China Financial Services Security Software industry covering all important parameters.Table of Contents:• Chapter…

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Wikipedia › ms › wiki › Bungalume 12(2), May 2012
Developing Identity In Diversity: A Second Language Acquisition Experience
Abstract
Hamidah Yamat [email protected] Faculty of Education Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
This paper discusses how three young Malaysian children aged six developed an identity while experiencing second language acquisition (SLA). It illustrates how language difference which is an aspect of diversity has lead learners to develop an identity as language learners. The discussion is based on the findings of an ethnographic case study on three young Malaysian children’s SLA experiences in the United Kingdom (U.K). The aim of this study is to gather insights from these children about their SLA experiences while attending a mainstream school and living in the U.K. This is to enhance our understanding about the process. The children were interviewed as individuals and as a group; and were observed at school and home. Transcripts of the interviews and observations were examined closely to identify themes for analysis and discussion. The findings indicate that the children experienced SLA as a socialization process in which the target language was being used to get on with life in a mainstream classroom and at home. The findings indicated several factors that might have an impact on the children’s SLA. One that had a significant impact was that the children, without their awareness, were developing an identity in dealing with diversity.
Keywords: second language acquisition, experience, diversity, identity, ethnographic case study.
Introduction
In this global world, teachers meet many children from other countries who are learning English either as a second, foreign or additional language as a result of economic migration. For instance, in Devon, United Kingdom (where the…

Exploration of Cyber Security as a Public Good

Exploration of Cyber Security as a Public Good

1) How can government justify telling private industry how to set up or improve their cyber security “President Obama has identified cybersecurity as one of the most serious economic and national security challenges we face as a nation, but one that we as a government or as a country are not adequately prepared to counter” (U.S. White House Office, 2010). Today, more than ever, society is dependent on cyberspace to accomplish many aspects of our daily lives. We utilize computer networks to ensure America’s economic competitiveness through e-commerce, the stock exchange and numerous other methods. Along with using the network for economic gain; “We count on computer networks to deliver our oil and gas, our power and our water. We rely on them for public transportation and air traffic control” (Obama, 2009). The security of our digital infrastructure is therefore paramount for economic prosperity, public safety and national security. The proper securing of the infrastructure is a daunting, never ending task; especially considering a large majority of the digital infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector.
Therefore, who has responsibility to secure this infrastructure? According to President Obama, “My administration will not dictate security standards for private companies.  On the contrary, we will collaborate with industry to find technology solutions that ensure our security and promote prosperity” (Obama, 2009). Although the current administration will not dictate security standards to private industry, it has a responsibility to ensure the protection of the national digital infrastructure.
Generally the government tries to stay out of the business of private companies. However there are a few areas in which the government is justified in dictating the cyber security of a private industry. According to the National Strategy To Secure Cyberspace, “ Federal actions to secure cyberspace…

BSOP 588 All Discussions Week 1 – 7

BSOP 588 All Discussions Week 1 – 7
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Note: The download include two different set for all Discussions taken during 2013 & 2014 
BSOP 588 Week 1 Discussion1) Definition of Quality
Part 1: How do you define Quality? Provide a definition of quality, support your definition, and define the stakeholders who are affected by your quality definition. Note: as you progress through this course, you will be focusing in more on your personal definition of quality.
Part 2: Search out some definitions of quality (use websites, visits to retail stores, your own industry, etc.) and look to see how close such definitions of quality link to your own definitions of quality. Given our discussion in class, what do you see that is good or not so good about the definitions of quality that you researched? Lastly, do you see the traits of quality present in the definitions of quality you researched
2) Quality in Your Organization
Identify the type of industry and size of the organization that you work for or have in the past (for example, service < 500 employees).  Describe that organization's Quality Management Philosophy and also describe its approach to managing it.  How effective did you think this Quality Management Philosophy was in helping the company
BSOP 588 Week 2 Discussion1) Quality Philosophies
Explain what a quality management philosophy is and then identify which quality guru (Deming, Juran, Crosby, etc.) best fits your organization’s quality management philosophy. Also, be sure to explain why you feel this way.2) Quality Awards
In the Doc Sharing area, find the file labeled “Quality Awards List,” choose an award from it and research it on the website. Provide some background on what your chosen award process is and list the advantages and disadvantages of the award. Identify whether it links to any of the quality management gurus’ philosophies (Deming, Juran,…

IS 3445 LAB 4 ASSESMENT

Week 4 Lab Part 1 – Assessment WorksheetPerform Dynamic and Static Quality Control Testing1. Explain what is meant by dynamic code analysis. The dynamic approach is essentially executing the code, running the program and dynamically checking for inconsistencies of the given results.2. Explain what is referred to by static code analysis. The static analysis approach is meant to review the source code, checking the compliance of specific rules, usage of arguments and so forth3. What is black box testing on a web site or web application? Black box testing is testing of functionality of the software. It is not testing of the structure of the software. 4. What tool does OWASP recommend that pen testers use for penetration testing? WebScarab is a framework for analyzing applications that communicate using the HTTP and HTTPS protocols. It is written in Java, and is portable to many platforms. WebScarab has several modes of operation that are implemented by a number of plugins. 5. Who publishes and distributes skipfish and who was the developer that coded it? Skipfish is a new open source web application scanner, written in C programming, developed by Google, and created by Michal Zalewski. Week 4 Lab Part 2 – Assessment Worksheet Perform an IT & Web Application Security Assessment1. Once an organization has identified a known vulnerability, what recourse does the company have? The Organization must implement risk management for the known vulnerability by either, transferring the liability, mitigating (reducing) the vulnerability, or avoidance by eliminating the source of the risk, or accept the risk of the known vulnerability. 2. Name two network entry points as it pertains to network accessibility? Authorization and Authentication are the two vital network entry points, which has to be protected. 3. What is the standard formula to rank potential threats? Risk Assessment and a Business Impact Analysis….

Lab Report

Vincent Asante
Qin Li
Physics LAB 111A-107
September 15, 2015Title
Lab 109: One-Dimensional Motion – Velocity as a Function of Time and Distance at Constant AccelerationIntroduction
In this lab, we are determining the acceleration and velocity of an object in motion using a calculated distance and time. We are using Capstone software and 850 Universal Interface in order to collect the experimental data.
Equation: v=v+at and v2=v2+2a(x-x)Experimental Procedure
1. Air track placed on wooden block
2. Two photogates placed 30 to 50 centimeters from air track
3. Diameter of cylindrical object gets measured (1.18cm)
4. Glider gets placed on air track
5. Connect the USB cable of 850 Universal interface to a USB port on the computer
6. Open Lab 109 One Dimensional Motion
7. Attempt experiment several times
8. Record dataData & Results
Acceleration: 0.502±0.070
Position of the first photogate
[m]
Position of the second photogate
[m]
Distance between the two photogates
(=xaxis)
[m]
Time at photogate 1
T1[s]
Time between photogates 1 and 2
Time in photogate 2
T2 [s]
Velocity at photogate 1
V1=D/T1
[m/s]
Velocity at photogate 2
V2=D/T2
[m/s]
Acceleration
[m2/s]
0.3
0.5
0.025218
0.3798
0.0181
0.4679
0.6529
0.487
0.2
0.3
0.75
0.025217
0.7506
0.0141
0.4679
0.8362
0.491
0.45
0.3
1
0.025200
1.0428
0.0120
0.4683
0.9793
0.49003
0.7
0.3
1.25
0.025167
1.2911
0.0107
0.4689
1.1012
0.48974
0.95
0.3
1.5
0.025182
1.5271
0.0097
0.4686
1.2156
0.48916
1.2
0.3
1.75
0.025117
1.7295
0.0090
0.4698
1.3145
0.4884
1.45Discussion
My measured acceleration is consistent with the theoretical value though it is an error. Some factors that could have caused the error is the record button being pressed before the release of the glider; vice versa. There also, could have been problems with the computer.Conclusion
During this lab we used sensors to determine the acceleration of an…

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Angela Daly
Professor Chavez
English 101
14 March XXXX
A Call to Action:
Regulate Use of Cell Phones on the Road
When a cell phone goes off in a classroom or at a concert, we
are irritated, but at least our lives are not endangered. When we
are on the road, however, irresponsible cell phone users are more
than irritating: They are putting our lives at risk. Many of us have
witnessed drivers so distracted by dialing and chatting that they
resemble drunk drivers, weaving between lanes, for example, or
nearly running down pedestrians in crosswalks. A number of bills to
regulate use of cell phones on the road have been introduced in
state legislatures, and the time has come to push for their passage.
Regulation is needed because drivers using phones are seriously
impaired and because laws on negligent and reckless driving are
not sufficient to punish offenders.
No one can deny that cell phones have caused traffic deaths
and injuries. Cell phones were implicated in three fatal accidents in
November 1999 alone. Early in November, two-year-old Morgan
Pena was killed by a driver distracted by his cell phone. Morgan’s
mother, Patti Pena, reports that the driver “ran a stop sign at 45
mph, broadsided my vehicle and killed Morgan as she sat in her car
seat.” A week later, corrections officer Shannon Smith, who was
guarding prisoners by the side of the road, was killed by a woman
distracted by a phone call (Besthoff). On Thanksgiving weekend
that same month, John and Carole Hall were killed when a Naval Academy midshipman crashed into their parked car. The driver said
in court that when he looked up from the cell phone he was dialing,
he was three feet from the car and had no time to stop
(Stockwell B8).
Expert testimony, public opinion, and even cartoons suggest
that driving while phoning is dangerous. Frances Bents, an
expert on the relation between cell phones and accidents, estimates
that between 450 and 1,000 crashes a year have some…

Lab report on Determining Avagadros number

Name: Jared Lill
Date Performed: 9/1/15
Class: Chemistry 1211L, 565
Lab Report 2: Determining Avogadro’s numberMaterials
The materials we used consisted of Lab quest, a balance, a vernier constant current system, a beaker, a copper strip, zinc strip, and sodium sulfate. Our objective was to measure the amount of copper deposited after the electrification process.
Trial 1
A beaker was filled with approximately 250 ml of sodium sulfate. The vernier constant current system (will be referred to as VCCS) was connected to lab quest. The negative wire from the VCCS was connected to the zinc and the positive wire was connected to the copper. The VCCS was turned until 300 amps were showing on the Lab Quest and then turned it off. We set the duration for 400 seconds and at .2 samples/second. The copper was then weighed at 3.974g. WE started the experiment by putting the copper connected to the VCCS into the sodium sulfate for 400 seconds. When the time ended the copper was then reweighed at 3.921g. We took the difference which was 5.3E-2. We then proceeded to calculate the number of copper atoms in a mole.
Math
We took the mean of the amount of amps used in the process which came to .300 coul/sec and multiplied this by the 400 seconds. This gave us 120 coul. We divided this number by 1.6E-19coul. This came out to 7.5E20e-. We took this number and divided it by 2 to get the number of atoms, 3.75E20 atoms of copper. The atoms of copper were then divided by our difference in grams of copper lost. This came out to 7.075E21 atoms Cu/grams Cu. This was then divided by the atomic weight to get it into moles. The final outcome was 4.496E23 atoms/mol.
We needed to find the percent error of our calculations and Avogadro’s number. We took our number (Ex. Value) subtracted it by Avogadro’s number (true value) and then divided it by Avogadro’s number (true value).This gave us a -25% error
Trial 2
The same procedure it trial one was used for trial two….

Epic of Gilgamesh

The Epic of Gilgamesh by Penguin Classics tells us of Gilgamesh’s adventure to seek his impractical wish for immortality. Throughout his quest, Gilgamesh creates bonds with others that aren’t expected, takes on challenges that accommodate not only himself, and realizes that fear and death are unavoidable. He grows as a character and king to his people of Uruk by eventually accepting mortality and his home was what he had been searching for all along.
The epic story politically reflects the Sumerian life during the Bronze Age. Gilgamesh is a terrifying and powerful king of Uruk and territorial state. Dominance of religion in city-states caused priests to rapidly gain power in Mesopotamia during the Bronze Age and legitimized political leadership. Known to be two thirds God and one third human, Gilgamesh was a strong leader over his centralized region.
There appeared to have been a hierarchal and stable society in Mesopotamia, as there also was in Gilgamesh’s territorial state, where warrior kings with strong military control ruled their politically fragmented kingdoms. Women, at this time, had no independence, men were responsible for property, and everyone knew their place in the social order. Male children were ideal. At the end of The Epic of Gilgamesh, Enkidu informs Gilgamesh that the more sons you have, the more desirable life will be in the world. Although men were usually linked with power, Enkidu actually blessed the prostitute who had tamed him.
The Bronze Age simply acquired its name due to the excessive amounts of bronze found in Mesopotamia, or the heart of trading network. Gilgamesh constantly conveyed his sword and axe whenever in battle, and the land he reined over had beautiful brickwork, clay pits and fields that gave indication of a strong ruler.
The Epic of Gilgamesh by Penguin Classics politically reflects the period of the Bronze Age by characterizing him as a strong warrior king and telling the reader about the time…