Communicating Technologies

Communicating Technology Concepts to Business ProfessionalsDiscussion Topic

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Congratulations! This week, your internship rotation takes you to the company’s IT Department where you’ve been asked to help prepare a short presentation for one of the company’s Brown Bag Lunch training events. This training event will be attended primarily by business professionals who have familiarity with information technology but at a very high level; the attendees use IT to perform their jobs on a daily basis.

For this 10 minute presentation, you should focus upon meeting the information needs of the attendees from the internal (business) organizations which are supported by the IT department. You should also anticipate questions which your audience might ask during the 10 minute Question & Answer period which follows your presentation. (When you write your peer critiques for this week — ask and then answer at least one question that you believe the audience is likely to ask.)

Choose one of the following articles to present to the attendees.

1. Selecting the Right Cloud Operating Model: Privacy and Data Security in the Cloud

2. Understanding Managed Services (focus on the benefits of Managed IT Services)

3. Shadow IT: Mitigating Security Risks

After reading the article, prepare a set of slides (talking points) with speaker notes in which you highlight key information about the article and why Padgett-Beale employees should “care” about the topic. Make the presentation relevant for Padgett-Beale by integrating information about its business operations (use the company profile, the weekly descriptions, and other readings in this course). At least one of your slides should address cybersecurity issues and concerns that arise in the context of your chosen article (use the CSCU textbook’s material and other course readings to help you identify these issues and concerns).

You should have a title slide, a slide containing the article title & publication information, content slides, and a summary Communicating Technologies Discussion

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Week 5: Communicating Technology Concepts to Business Professionals Discussion Topic

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Congratulations! This week, your internship rotation takes you to the company’s IT Department where you’ve been asked to help prepare a short presentation for one of the company’s Brown Bag Lunch training events. This training event will be attended primarily by business professionals who have familiarity with information technology but at a very high level; the attendees use IT to perform their jobs on a daily basis.

For this 10 minute presentation, you should focus upon meeting the information needs of the attendees from the internal (business) organizations which are supported by the IT department. You should also anticipate questions which your audience might ask during the 10 minute Question & Answer period which follows your presentation. (When you write your peer critiques for this week — ask and then answer at least one question that you believe the audience is likely to ask.)

Choose one of the following articles to present to the attendees.

1. Selecting the Right Cloud Operating Model: Privacy and Data Security in the Cloud

2. Understanding Managed Services (focus on the benefits of Managed IT Services)

3. Shadow IT: Mitigating Security Risks

After reading the article, prepare a set of slides (talking points) with speaker notes in which you highlight key information about the article and why Padgett-Beale employees should “care” about the topic. Make the presentation relevant for Padgett-Beale by integrating information about its business operations (use the company profile, the weekly descriptions, and other readings in this course). At least one of your slides should address cybersecurity issues and concerns that arise in the context of your chosen article (use the CSCU textbook’s material and other course readings to help you identify these issues and concerns).

You should have a title slide, a slide containing the article title & publication information, content slides, and a summary slide — 8 to 12 slides total. At the end of the presentation, include a Q&A slide followed by “backup” slide which has additional resources that the audience can consult for more information.

Each slide must have speaker notes (at least one paragraph). Watch out for jargon! Write in business appropriate language and/or plain English but do not speak down to your audience.

Use your UMGC student Office 365 subscription to access Power Point to create your slide deck.

Note: You should read / consult one or more of the resources under “Supplemental Readings” for additional information relevant to your chosen article.

 slide — 8 to 12 slides total. At the end of the presentation, include a Q&A slide followed by “backup” slide which has additional resources that the audience can consult for more information.

Each slide must have speaker notes (at least one paragraph). Watch out for jargon! Write in business appropriate language and/or plain English but do not speak down to your audience.

Use your UMGC student Office 365 subscription to access Power Point to create your slide deck.

Note: You should read / consult one or more of the resources under “Supplemental Readings” for additional information relevant to your chosen article.

What crimes would specifically impact the data stored within the drone

  • What crimes would specifically impact the data stored within the drone

For the purpose of this assignment, imagine that you work for a company that produces an F-16 unmanned drone for the military (like the one that is shown in the video below) that will be used to photograph different locations it is flying over. Because you are new to the company, you have been tasked to explain in writing to the vice-president of your division what consideration should be given to the following issues: 1. What crimes would specifically impact the data stored within the drone, or in other storage locations connected to drone activity? 2. What would be the most advantageous way to extract data that is considered evidence of those crimes? 3. What digital tools could you use to help search for the data? 4.Explain in detail how illegally obtaining data created by the drone could effect national security and the threats posed.
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Assignment Requirements: This project should be submitted in a single Microsoft Word document (.DOC/.DOCX), with answers separated and/or numbered in respect to the question, so as to make it clear which question is being answered. It may be in a question and answer format, or as described with answers to the associated question numbers; The paper should be written in third-person grammar, not first person (which means – I, me, myself, etc.); The submission should include the course number, course title, title of paper, student’s name, and the date of submission in the upper left hand corner; Format: 12-point font, double-space, one-inch margins; It is mandatory that you do some research, and utilize outside resources! You must have a reference page at the end of your assignment that is consistent with APA 7th edition citation style and format (see https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ for help).

The Dirt Organic Your Secret to A Happy Plant Paper

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Your job is to sell dirt. Literally, your job is to determine a customer-base and package one pound of dirt to sell to your pre-determined customers. How you sell your one pound of dirt is up to you. You can create a mini commercial using a Kaltura video using some visual aid, you can create a static social media advertisement, you can record a radio advertisement (with no visual), you can create a print advertisement, and so on. Your options are limited only by your marketing research and your imagination.

 

Data Visualization Techniques Descriptive Analytics Summary

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From our reading this week, Sahay, A. (2018) Descriptive Analytics: Data Visualization HBSP MK336 Course Pack (Links to an external site.) pgs. 1 – 4, we learned that the arrangement and display of data are important to descriptive analytics. The chapter outlined many forms of data visualization. At this link is the data we will use in the Case Study. It is a simple Excel file of 5 columns and 51k+ rows of data from BigBasket purchases during 2014 – 2016.

Select and discuss 3 of the data visualization techniques presented in our reading that would give someone who is not familiar with the firm BigBasket or its customers a baseline as to what BigBasket does and who are its customers.

 

McDonald Company a Global Giant Case Study

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No matching ratio

Word format only

All answered must be typed using Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced) font. No pictures containing text will be accepted and will be considered plagiarism).

 

Using SPSS and the data from the Bed and Breakfast Survey Questions

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Using SPSS and the data from the Bed and Breakfast Survey, complete the following problems.

 

Google Analytics Advanced Displays Segmentation & Filtering Presentation

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In this project, your key goal will be to get a strong grasp of the wide array of reports available in Google Analytics, and what types of insights they offer.

To get started, spend some time looking through this comprehensive reporting guide of all the reports that Google Analytics offers. Strive to build an understanding of the pros and cons of each type of report type, and keep in mind that not every report in Google Analytics will be useful for all the types of insights you may be looking for.

Part One: Use Advanced Displays, Create Segments & Apply View Settings

A. PRIMARY VIEWS

An industry best practice is to ensure that there are three different views for whatever property you are working in:

  • unfiltered (all the data, never mess with it)
  • test (where you can try things out before making them live)
  • working (where you’ll implement your work once it’s been tested and it’s getting the results you want) (This is a best practice and should be applied to any Google Analytics property you’re working with.)

To demonstrate your knowledge:

  • If these views already exist, take a screenshot, and insert it on the page 5 slide after removing all text except the title of the slide.
  • If you have access to create these views, do so, and then take a screenshot. Next, insert your screenshot on the page 5 slide after removing all text except the title of the slide.
  • If you don’t have access to create these views and they do not already exist, take a screenshot of where these views can be added, paste it above after removing all text except the title of the slide, and provide the steps necessary to create the views.
  • Excluding internal traffic: Determine if the property you’re working in is excluding internal traffic in one of its views. If not, create a filter to do so. In either case, take a screenshot to show that you were here.

B. FILTER

Another industry best practice is to make sure that the property you’re working in is excluding internal traffic in at least one of its views (ideally, the Production view or a copy of it.)

To demonstrate your knowledge:

  • If the filter is already in place, take a screenshot and insert it on this slide after removing all other text except the slide title.
  • If you have access and the appropriate information to create this filter, do so, take a screenshot, and insert it on this slide after removing all text except the title of the slide.
  • If you don’t have access to create this filter and it does not already exist, take a screenshot of where this filter could be added and paste it on this slide after removing all text except the title of the slide. Then, provide the steps necessary to create the filter.

C. DATA EXPLORATION

Using the best practices above, explore the data and form questions.

  1. Start in the Overview Report in each of these GA Reporting Areas: Audience, Acquisition, Behavior, & Conversion. Formulate questions that come to mind for each section, taking screenshots to help illustrate your questions. Also, make note of the path you take – when looking at one set of data, what question came to mind, and what did you do to try and answer it?
  2. Change the default display of some standard reports in each of the GA Reporting Areas: Audience, Acquisition, Behavior, & Conversion, from Data to the following displays: Performance, Percentage, Comparison, and Pivot. Do any of these displays answer questions, provide insight, or require follow-up? Make notes to communicate what you find and again, take screenshots to demonstrate what your exploration.

D. SEGMENTATION

Using the technique of segmentation, attempt to answer the questions posed in part two. Based on your questions, identify and show three different audience segments that could help to answer the question(s).

  • One based on audience characteristic (such as technology or demographics)
  • One based on geography
  • One based on user behavior

If applicable, change the scope for the behavior segment between Sessions and Users to see how this impacts metrics such as goal conversion rate.

Part Two: Creating Custom Reports, Dashboards, and Custom Alerts

Now, it’s time to get to work! Let’s pretend for the purpose of this project that the CMO of the Google Merchandise Store is having a contest to generate design ideas for a dashboard to be used by a group of managers. The dashboard must be built in Data Studio and meet the following specifications:

  1. Be built on the Master View.
  2. Contain a Time Series chart: configured to show unique pageviews, sessions, and users.
  3. Contain a Pie chart, 7 slices: configured to show revenue, broken down by product categories. The Google Merchandise Store has used multiple Product Category Groups and for this chart, you are being asked to use the dimension called Product Category – Previous Content Group.
  4. Contain a Pie chart, 5 slices: configured to show what sources are driving new users to the site.
  5. Contain a Scorecard: configured to display average order value.
  6. Contain a Date Range Control that governs all of the charts, set to the range of August 1st-September 5th, 2018.

GETTING STARTED: DATA SUDIOS

The first step here is to go into Data Studio and familiarize yourself with the myriad of options available there for data visualization. The best way to do this, if you haven’t used DS before, is to take advantage of the ‘Start here’ link & and ‘Video tutorials’.

As you’re going through this discovery, ask how what you are seeing might be helpful to present to others or keep for your own reference and baselining purposes. It might take some time for you to get a handle on what elements would work well for this project and which you may want to save for further exploration down the road. For now, settle on a set of 5 or 6 elements you can configure to give some visual impact to your work. These elements can work together to tell a story about a particular discovery or insight, or each one may support its own unique facet of your data story. While you are involved in this exploration, new questions and ideas will occur to you; make note of them, as they may be helpful later in this project or in a future project. Often when working with data, you make discoveries on the journey to where you actually intended to go. Enjoy this aspect of working with data! As a matter of fact, the best place to share these notes, discoveries, and new questions is in the ‘annotations’ function of GA, so go ahead and start making those notations there and continue to do so for the duration of the project.

LINKING TO THE GOOGLE MERCHANDISE STORE DEMO ACCOUNT GOOGLE ANALYTICS TO DATA STUDIO

Link the Master View of the Google Merchandise Store Demo Account Google Analytics Data to Data Studio, using the Google Analytics Connector found in Data Studio.

To connect:

  1. Sign in to Data Studio . After signing in, you’ll see the Home page, with the REPORTS tool selected.
  2. On the left, navigate to the DATA SOURCES Home page.
  3. In the bottom right, click +
  4. Create new report or data source.
  5. Select the Analytics connector.
  6. If prompted to grant Data Studio access to your account, click AUTHORIZE.
  7. Select an account, property, and view.
  8. In the upper right, click CONNECT.
  9. The data source fields panel appears.
  10. The data source is now connected to your data set.

Take a screenshot showing the Master View as a Data Source in Data Studio, and place it on the slide. which should look the screenshot below:

Branding Orlando for Global Competitiveness Case Study

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Questions to Answer in your Write-up:

(1) What are your thoughts on Orlando?

(2) What is Orange County, California known for and why?

(3) Should Orange County, California be rebranded? As what?

Also, create 3 questions to discuss it with your classmates( just come up with 3 questions you don’t have to answer them)

 

Heide Museum of Modern Art Research Paper

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finish a marketing communication assignment ,Need to combine marketing and communication

finish a marketing communication assignment ,Need to combine marketing and communication

Consumer Behavior in Fashion Company Questions Discussion

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Answer all four questions at the end of the case.

Note: Incorporate relevant concepts from Ch. 5 in your answers.

Case and Ch.5 powerpoint in attachment