Free download link of MB-700 PDF Dumps and dumps files

killexams.com VCE are the must for transferring the Microsoft MB-700 exam. We all have gathered true test MB-700 questions, which usually are updated along with especially replica through the real exam, plus checked by sector specialists. Those men and women who do not really have time to get you to research MB-700 ebooks, just sign up and download quickest MB-700 practice test and get searching forward to examination.

Exam Code: MB-700 Practice exam 2022 by Killexams.com team
MB-700 Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Solution Architect

Exam MB-700: Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Solution Architect
Skills Measured
NOTE: The bullets that appear below each of the skills measured are intended to illustrate how we are assessing that skill. This list is not definitive or exhaustive.
NOTE: In most cases, exams do NOT cover preview features, and some features will only be added to an exam when they are GA (General Availability).
Identify solution requirements (30-35%)
Identify business requirements
 describe an organization including companies, divisions, and other entities
 visualize and mapping of an organization structure
 identify reporting requirements, including operational, analytical, and externally facing reports
Perform gap analyses
 categorize business requirements to determine what gaps exist between current apps and services and the proposed future state solution
 identify the business processes that must be added, removed, or modified to meet the achieve goals
Define compliance requirements
 define audit requirements
 determine localization requirements and design a localization strategy, including taxes and user interfaces
 identify regulatory and governmental compliance requirements, including data privacy regulations
Define security requirements
 design a strategy for segregating duties
 design the security strategy and architecture for a solution Determine licensing needs and costs
 estimate the costs and highlight the benefits of each solution option
 determine licensing requirements for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and third-party apps and services
 estimate upfront and ongoing infrastructure and cloud services costs
 estimate the long-term costs for a solution
Design solution components (40-45%)
Design business processes
 identify use cases and business optimization opportunities, including upgrade and data migration scenarios
 map requirements and business process steps to a solution
 select solution components for each functional area
Design data migration strategies
 identify and characterize data sources that must be migrated
 design a master data management strategy
 develop a data migration strategy
 develop a data cut-over plan
Design system integrations
 identify opportunities to increase return on investment by integrating Office 365 apps and services, Customer Insights, other related applications, and other Microsoft solutions, including Power Platform services
 identify options for integrating with third-party solutions
 select integration strategies
 recommend add-on technologies and services
Design solution infrastructure
 select a cloud-based or on-premises implementation
 identify required infrastructure apps, services, components, and features
 define performance requirements
Define solution testing and management strategies (25-30%)
Develop an application lifecycle management (ALM) strategy
 identify the available instance types
 select instance types for a solution
 identify use cases, integration points, and methodologies for implementing Azure
DevOps functionality
Recommend Lifecycle Services (LCS) tools
 identify the available LCS tools, including Business Process Modeler (BPM), Regression
Suite Automation Tool (RSAT) and Regulatory Updates
 select LCS tools to support a solution
Define a testing strategy
 design a strategy for performance and load testing
 define a regression testing strategy, including what requires testing and the order of testing
 determine when to use RSAT, SysTest, and other tools and technologies
 define performance goals and requirements, predict transaction volumes

Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Solution Architect
Microsoft Operations thinking
Killexams : Microsoft Operations thinking - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/MB-700 Search results Killexams : Microsoft Operations thinking - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/MB-700 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Microsoft Killexams : Hybrid Station Operations Are Here to Stay

It’s clear that the pandemic transformed how many radio stations operate. Remote hardware and IT best practices took on unprecedented importance as work from home became commonplace. Technology experts say their companies are still utilizing hybrid mechanisms and that in many cases, tech innovations have made their broadcast operations more flexible and secure. 

The massive WFH shift in broadcast created a need for larger bandwidth infrastructure, remote computer management, additional firewalls, antivirus/malware management systems and new access policies. There also has been an increased focus on virtualization and cloud technologies.

Broadcast engineers and IT staff were forced to embrace technology to make hybrid operations as easy and automated as possible at their clusters.

Mike Everhart

“The real stars of this effort, aside from our amazing employees and technical staff, are the laptop computer and smartphone,” said Mike Everhart, corporate director of engineering for Alpha Media. “The availability of cloud-based applications and mobile apps to support our workflows made it an easy transition.”

He says the company is now better positioned to overcome the major workflow issues COVID caused. 

“Hardware and software designed for the mobile environment makes it happen — laptops, smartphones, audio codecs; USB-capable microphones and audio interfaces in the workers’ hands; and VPN-accessible, web-enabled or cloud-based applications like traffic scheduling, automation playout and office suite tools,” he said.

Labor-intensive

All-news radio operations were especially challenged at the height of the pandemic because of the manpower needed to run those stations. Social distancing for large staffs in on-air studios still has to be considered.

“We now look at everything we do through the WFH prism,” said George Molnar, senior director of technology for Washington’s WTOP(FM) and Federal News Network. 

“We’re migrating to Microsoft 365 in part to provide in-the-cloud access and remote collaboration tools. We’ve deployed scores more laptops. Our meetings routinely feature a dial-in line for staff who are working remotely. We’ve beefed up our remote transmitter control systems, too.”

George Molnar (Photo by Jim Peck)

Molnar says the IT and engineering staffs developed realistic and practical mitigations, utilizing equipment like Comrex Access units and Skype, to get the job done during the pandemic, which led to more flexibility without adding unnecessary costs and complexity. 

“Even today our hybrid world has reporters, who would have normally come to the on-air studio and sat at a microphone, but instead are now reporting remotely from a nearby small studio in the newsroom. They’re more comfortable, and in some cases the lack of a commute gives them more time to develop their stories. This new model may actually be better than the old way,” Molnar said.

As of May 2022, some staffers continued to work from home but 90% of the team was back in the studios.

“Turns out some reporters are secretly geeks who have substantial setups at home. This, coupled with their willingness to help others, made the transition to WFH way easier and identified a resource for future needs.” 

[Visit Radio World’s News and Business Page]

Security focus

Lamar Smith, vice president of engineering for Beasley Media Group, says as the pandemic unfolded the company deployed a large number of laptops to accommodate working from home. 

“Along with deploying laptops came an increased security risk to our computer networks and infrastructure. This required upgrades and changes; some examples are our VPN services, hardware monitoring, hardware tracking, and monitoring of use of the equipment were all deployed,” Smith said.

“These types of items are all critical to keep a heightened approach to the cyber security risks that we all face in today’s world.”

Lamar Smith (Photo by Jim Peck)

Beasley Media Group has most of its employees back in the office, Smith said, but it implemented several measures to allow for occasional hybrid operations when necessary.

The company was in the middle of deploying WideOrbit Automation for Radio across its markets just as the pandemic began, Smith said. Being a beta tester for WideOrbit allowed for some creative thinking.

“WideOrbit was able to get development very quickly in place for us to use their new remote client software, which allowed staff to interact with our WideOrbit system with all the same familiar software screens that they have been using in our studios,” Smith said. “This has become our standard way of voice-tracking and will remain in place.”  

All of that remote work created obvious cybersecurity concerns, Smith said, which meant beefing up security with new VPN services and multi-factor authentication along with very strict firewalls.   

“The ways of handling remote on-air personalities, and how their content is delivered, has been innovative, and the effects will be felt going forward,” he said.

Will such changes mean Beasley needs studios with a smaller footprint in the future? Smith doesn’t see the pandemic or hybrid work solutions as “changing the landscape or size” of the company’s studios, but he does expect more use of products to add content remotely. 

“These items won’t be to replacing the in-studio operations, but instead, items that will enhance our content.”

New normal

Sarah Foss, chief technology officer at Audacy, says the media company had to address data privacy and security at the onset of WFH and implement new processes and train staff to ensure compliance. “We still have a number of home-infrastructure issues that plague our help desk,” she said.

Foss, Smith and Molnar participated in an NAB Show session on this topic. Foss said Audacy has shifted a number of enterprise and operational technologies to virtual and cloud-based to accommodate the ongoing shift to hybrid work.

Sarah Foss (Photo by Jim Peck)

“For instance, we have recently replaced our entire phone systems to Zoom including business lines for our teams.  This, like our shift to heavy use of cloud IT and production tools, allows us to leverage talent wherever they may be in a secure, standardized manner,” Foss said.   

Audacy’s technical teams created “bubbles” in each station at the start of COVID and utilized the Slack app to create chat rooms. The company continues to utilize cloud computing strategies as it emerges from the pandemic.

“Cloud is here to stay. Hybrid is the way forward. Period. With our talent, brand managers and production teams working from multiple locations, we have seen creativity and innovation from these groups that we want to leverage across markets,” Foss said.  

And as the radio business radically changes based on listeners’ needs, content capabilities and technology innovation, Foss said: “All the Audacy radio markets, digital operations, podcasting studios and gaming company recognize that we must lean in to change with our expectations, systems, work environment and priorities to meet our listeners where they are.”     

Are you hybrid? Tell us how hybrid working arrangements have affected your company. Email [email protected]

Tue, 12 Jul 2022 09:07:00 -0500 By Randy J. Stine Published: July 12, 2022 en-US text/html https://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/headlines/hybrid-station-operations-are-here-to-stay
Killexams : Microsoft launches effort to slow Russian propaganda on war, vaccines

Comment

Microsoft Corp. said Wednesday it would do more to slow the spread of covert foreign government propaganda in the United States and other countries, starting with stories pushed by Russia to distort the war in Ukraine and to stir fear about coronavirus vaccines.

Brad Smith, the president of Microsoft, the maker of ubiquitous Windows software and Outlook email programs, would use more data, new analytics and additional staff to counter Russia’s success in distributing false narratives through government-owned and government-influenced media. Microsoft has unusual visibility, because most computer owners use one or more of its products daily, including its browsers and web servers.

The Redmond, Wash., company is known for rapid detection and analysis of hacking methods employed by governments against Microsoft users but has trailed Facebook, Twitter and other companies in dealing with the rapid proliferation of geopolitical lies.

Its most significant social network is LinkedIn, a site for career development more than hearing what people have to say about political issues. But as propagandists refine their techniques, they have turned to smaller or upstart platforms, gaming, and influencers to spread their messages further. A group of U.S. senators wrote to Chinese-owned TikTok last week expressing concerns about Russian state media promoting misinformation there.

Smith’s commitment came in an introduction to the latest written company report about cyberactivity in Ukraine and elsewhere related to the war. As with previous reports, the document summarized limited cyber strikes at Ukraine targets that would soon be attacked with explosives. The report also said Russian operatives have increased espionage efforts against the United States, Poland and other NATO countries, as well as think tanks, aid groups, and suppliers of energy and other critical infrastructure.

The new emphasis on disinformation follows a surge just before and during the invasion, as well as a commitment that Microsoft and other tech companies made to the European Union to promote authoritative sources.

Misinformation operations have been documented by multiple groups and agencies, including via such government-controlled outlets as RT and Sputnik, which are widely read in Latin America and in nonaligned countries, and more subtle initiatives, such as purportedly independent media in occupied Ukraine.

Microsoft said it had developed a new Russian Propaganda Index that measures user traffic to “Russian state-controlled and -sponsored news outlets and amplifiers” as a proportion to traffic to all news sites.

In its debut appearance, Microsoft said the index showed the proportion of propaganda seen by users in Ukraine tripled in the first weeks of the war and rose by 86 percent in the United States.

Smith wrote that the Russian influence campaigns are part of the war effort and “combine tactics developed by the KGB over several decades with new digital technologies and the internet to supply foreign influence operations a broader geographic reach, higher volume, more precise targeting, and greater speed and agility.”

“Unfortunately, with sufficient planning and sophistication, these cyber influence operations are well positioned to take advantage of the long-standing openness of democratic societies and the public polarization.”

In an interview, Ginny Badanes, a leader of the company’s small counter-disinformation group, said Microsoft would not limit itself to countering Russia or to wartime propaganda. But she said that those were good places to start and that she hoped that by reporting on the big picture Microsoft and its subsidiaries see, the company would inspire others to work outside of lanes devoted to messaging, hacking or military activity.

“We hope that the result of this report is others starting to think about breaking down silos,” Badanes said. “We need to be thinking about this from a national security perspective.”

She said her group, called Democracy Forward, has “a couple handfuls” of main staff and help from within various company units. She said staffers will study control and distribution, rather than content, and get help from outside groups that track media ownership.

Already, it has been promoting news stories from Ukrainian outlets when readers search for news that has been the subject of Russian government-directed information. It is considering attaching “state-sponsored” or similar labels when appropriate.

Microsoft said it would issue its first transparency report on its efforts and their effectiveness later this year.

Loading...

Wed, 22 Jun 2022 06:04:00 -0500 Joseph Menn en text/html https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/06/22/microsoft-propaganda-war-vaccines-misinformation/
Killexams : The Seattle Mariners Are Winning. Meet The Woman Who’s Working To Turn The Hot Streak Into Bigger Profits. No result found, try new keyword!A year into her tenure as the Mariners' president of business operations and one year away from Seattle's T-Mobile Park hosting the MLB All-Star Game, Griggs faces a daunting challenge: helping the ... Sun, 17 Jul 2022 22:30:00 -0500 en-us text/html https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/more-sports/the-seattle-mariners-are-hot-meet-the-woman-who-e2-80-99s-working-to-turn-those-wins-into-bigger-profits/ar-AAZHmKn Killexams : CyberProof collaborates with Microsoft on new portfolio of security services London [UK]/Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], June 21 (ANI/PRNewswire): CyberProof, a UST company, announced that it is collaborating with Microsoft to provide Managed Extended Detection and Response (MXDR) capabilities for Microsoft Security Services for Enterprise, which is a new managed service for large enterprise customers and is part of Microsoft's new portfolio of security services.

Microsoft Security Services for Enterprise is a comprehensive, expert-led service that combines proactive threat hunting and MXDR with dedicated Microsoft security experts to manage onboarding, daily interaction, practice modernization, and incident response. The service uses the human expertise and service delivery experience of MXDR providers such as CyberProof alongside internal Microsoft teams to extend threat detection and response across Microsoft 365 Defender and Microsoft Sentinel security solutions.

CyberProof's experience with the most complex, enterprise-scale transformations helps customers reduce the cybersecurity risks associated with digital transformation. The CyberProof Defense Center platform runs natively on Microsoft Azure and integrates with the Microsoft Security stack. This enables CyberProof to help enterprises solve vital challenges as they scale their security operations - from log collection and analysis to proactively hunting for malicious threat activity.

CyberProof's nation-state-trained cybersecurity experts provide Managed XDR services and expertise for enterprises looking to migrate from legacy, on-premises security solutions to cloud-native security. As a Microsoft Gold Partner with R&D teams working closely together in Tel Aviv, CyberProof collaborates with Microsoft to provide clients with end-to-end security services including advanced threat intelligence and hunting, use case engineering, and vulnerability management.

The expansion into this market by Microsoft provides validation of the significance of advanced MXDR services - which are growing rapidly. According to Gartner, 50 per cent of organizations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection, and response functions that offer threat containment and mitigation capabilities by 2025.

According to Tony Velleca, Chief Executive Officer, CyberProof, "Our Managed XDR service offering indicates a shift in security operations supported by cloud-native technology. Forward-thinking CISOs are quickly discovering the many benefits of cloud-native security architecture and we are helping them solve the most complex challenges as co-innovation partners with Microsoft." He continued, "We are proud to work together with Microsoft as a part of Microsoft's partner community and are excited about the process Microsoft is undergoing."

According to Yuval Wollman, President, CyberProof, "CyberProof shares Microsoft's belief in the crucial importance of collaborating within the cybersecurity community to Improve customers' threat detection and response capabilities. As members of Microsoft's partner community, we are now offering Managed XDR for Microsoft 365 Defender and Microsoft Sentinel in our portfolio." He added, "CyberProof was among the first to deploy Microsoft Sentinel in a highly regulated, global enterprise, and today, our close partnership with Microsoft is expanding to address the increasing demand for Managed XDR services."

According to Kelly Bissell, Corporate Vice President of Security Service Line, Microsoft, "CyberProof is committed to collaboration within the cybersecurity community. We value CyberProof's capabilities in cyber defense and appreciate the team working with us to Improve the ability of our customers to predict, detect, and respond to security threats faster."

One can read more about CyberProof's Managed XDR service here.

CyberProof, a UST company, is a cyber security platform and services innovator that is dedicated to helping companies use information technology to solve business problems without the fear of cyber-attacks. To achieve this, we combine our expert talent and SeeMo, our virtual analyst, with the power of strategic partnerships, visionary clients an https://ustcyedge-my.sharepoint.com/personal/aliza_israel_cyberproof_com/Documents/Press%20Releases/22-03-16%20Advanced%20Threat%20Protection%20Microsoft/www.cyberproof.comd academia. Our enterprise-scale approach allows us to effectively anticipate, adapt, and respond to cyber threats in an increasingly connected world while reducing complexity, and provide our customers with unmatched adaptability, transparency, and control. CyberProof is part of the UST family. Some of the world's largest enterprises trust us to create and maintain secure digital ecosystems using our comprehensive cyber security platform and mitigation services. For more information, see: www.cyberproof.com

For more than 22 years, UST has worked side by side with the world's best companies to make a real impact through transformation. Powered by technology, inspired by people, and led by our purpose, we partner with our clients from design to operation. Through our nimble approach, we identify their core challenges and craft disruptive solutions that bring their vision to life. With deep domain expertise and a future-proof philosophy, we embed innovation and agility into our clients' organizations--delivering measurable value and lasting change across industries, and around the world. Together, with over 30,000 employees in 30 countries, we build for boundless impact--touching billions of lives in the process. Visit us at ust.com

This story is provided by PRNewswire. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/PRNewswire)

Tue, 21 Jun 2022 00:55:00 -0500 text/html https://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/Business/20220621/3954350.html
Killexams : In New Era of Austerity, Attorneys for Startups Will Be on Hot Seat to Add Additional Value

The recent slowdown in venture capital funding probably won’t result in job losses for in-house lawyers, but those who work at startups likely will see their job descriptions change as budgets tighten.

That’s according to general counsel at startups, who say legal departments will likely turn to nonattorney layoffs, automation, and an “all hands on deck” approach that could include attorneys doing work not traditionally within the purview of legal departments.

Mon, 18 Jul 2022 07:43:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.law.com/corpcounsel/2022/07/18/in-new-era-of-austerity-attorneys-for-startups-will-be-on-hot-seat-to-add-additional-value/?slreturn=20220618203433
Killexams : UST’s CyberProof, Microsoft to work on Managed Extended Detection and Response

CyberProof, a UST company, is collaborating with Microsoft to provide Managed Extended Detection and Response (MXDR) capabilities for Microsoft Security Services for Enterprise, a new managed service for large enterprise customers and part of Microsoft’s new portfolio of security services.

Microsoft Security Services for Enterprise is a comprehensive, expert-led service that combines proactive threat hunting and MXDR with dedicated Microsoft security experts to manage onboarding, daily interaction, practice modernisation, and incident response. It uses the human expertise and service delivery experience of MXDR providers such as CyberProof alongside internal Microsoft teams to extend threat detection and response across the Microsoft 365 Defender and Microsoft Sentinel security solutions.

Helping solve vital challenges

CyberProof’s experience with the most complex, enterprise-scale transformations helps customers reduce the cybersecurity risks associated with digital transformation, a spokesman said here. The CyberProof Defense Centre platform runs natively on Microsoft Azure and integrates with the Microsoft Security stack. This enables CyberProof to help enterprises solve vital challenges as they scale security operations from log collection and analysis to proactively hunting for malicious threat activity.

CyberProof’s nation-state trained cybersecurity experts provide Managed XDR services and expertise for enterprises looking to migrate from legacy, on-premises security solutions to cloud-native security. As a Microsoft Gold Partner with R&D teams working closely together in Tel Aviv, CyberProof collaborates with Microsoft to provide clients with end-to-end security services including advanced threat intelligence and hunting, use case engineering, and vulnerability management.

Shift in security operations

The expansion into this market by Microsoft provides validation of the significance of advanced MXDR services, now growing rapidly. According to Gartner, 50 per cent of organisations will be using MDR services for threat monitoring, detection, and response functions that offer threat containment and mitigation capabilities by 2025. Tony Velleca, CEO, CyberProof, said the Managed XDR service offering indicates a shift in security operations supported by cloud-native technology. “Forward-thinking CISOs are quickly discovering the many benefits of a cloud-native security architecture and we are helping them solve the most complex challenges as co-innovation partners with Microsoft.”

Threat detection, response

Yuval Wollman, President, CyberProof, said his company shares Microsoft’s belief in the crucial importance of collaborating within the cybersecurity community to Improve customers’ threat detection and response capabilities. “As members of Microsoft’s partner community, we are now offering Managed XDR for Microsoft 365 Defender and Microsoft Sentinel in our portfolio.CyberProof was among the first to deploy Microsoft Sentinel in a highly regulated, global enterprise, and today, our close partnership is expanding to address the increasing demand for Managed XDR services.”

Kelly Bissell, Corporate Vice President of Security Service Line, Microsoft, CyberProof is committed to collaboration within the cybersecurity community. We value CyberProof’s capabilities in cyber defense and appreciate the team working with us to Improve the ability of our customers to predict, detect, and respond to security threats faster.”

Published on June 22, 2022

Tue, 21 Jun 2022 17:42:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tech/usts-cyberproof-microsoft-to-work-on-managed-extended-detection-and-response/article65551709.ece
Killexams : Interview with NJII’s Will Lutz: Inside the Merck Digital Sciences Studio Collaboration

Merck, the pharma company headquartered in Rahway, and the New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII), a division of the New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark), recently announced that they would collaborate on a 10-month accelerator program.

The program, called Merck Digital Sciences Studio (MDSS) is a hands-on accelerator providing mentorship, coaching, training, support, community and investment in digital health and biotech startups. It will take place both in New Jersey at NJIT’s startup incubator and in Cambridge, Mass. at a location to be announced. There are six spots available for startups at each location.

NJTechWeekly.com spoke to Will Lutz, general manager for entrepreneurship, commercialization, and enterprise development at NJII, whose team is implementing MDSS. He elaborated on what’s coming as MDSS gets underway.

ES. How did NJII and Merck get acquainted?

WL. Simon Nynens, CEO of NJII, had a personal connection at Merck’s Global Health Innovation Fund, which is Merck’s private venture capital arm. David Rubin [a managing director and a founding partner of the GHI Fund] made the connection to Simon and said that Merck was thinking about establishing an accelerator. They’d be training startups and also deploying capital in very, very early companies. Simon told him that training, coaching, and supporting startups was what we do at VentureLink@ NJIT and NJII, and he asked him to come and check it out.  And they did.

They came over, we gave them a tour and we talked about what they were thinking and what we were thinking. We also told them about some of our initiatives. Biopharmaceuticals are a big economic driver in the state; they are such an important part of our state’s economy. We started talking with them about that, and what we can do and what they can do.

The long and the short of it is that I ran a mini accelerator called BioFoundry that was funded by a grant from the U.S. EDA. And the grant was finished this past December [December 2021], about the same time we connected with Merck. We had learned so much. We knew how to run the program they wanted and support startups, but we didn’t have money to invest. They had the money to invest. We combined forces and worked together. So, the programming and training we developed for BioFoundry will be used in the Merck Digital Sciences Studio.

ES: I understand that there will be two locations, one in Newark at VentureLink and another in Cambridge. Can you tell us about that?

WL: Like at the NJII location, the person running the Cambridge accelerator will be an NJII employee. We are handling staffing, operations, and programming. All that goes through us. The only exception is that each location will have an Executive in Residence. It makes more sense for Merck to handle that.

We both agreed that having the accelerator in both places was important. And that was part of the discussion with Merck when we first got together. Boston has a very strong biotech ecosystem. It is different from New Jersey. We are more spread out. They are more concentrated physically. And they approach different fields and different industries in both.

We wanted to have the two cohorts but not have friction between them. They both have their assets. So, we decided to bifurcate some of the programming. The Cambridge location became AI [artificial intelligence] for drug discovery focused. There is a lot more activity in AI for drug discovery there than here. Here, we think that biomanufacturing and biotech supply chain startups are much more prevalent. We ended up with two different locations with their own vertical focus. We will be looking for mentors that match the companies in their different verticals. We believe this will supply us some critical mass that will make the cohorts even more valuable.

ES: When will the first cohorts begin?

WL: Applications are open now. They close at the end of August. We want a start date of October 1. Because this is the first cohort, I’m sure that we will be a little flexible as we get our feet wet. But we’re targeting October 1, to start the first cohort.

We are expecting to host six companies in Newark and six companies in Cambridge.

ES: When I think biotech, I usually don’t picture digital technologies being a part of it. Can you explain?

WL: One of the reasons Merck wanted to talk to NJIT is that they wanted to capture technology that was just coming out of the universities. We want Princeton and Rutgers and Stevens and NJIT to look at technologies that are being commercialized at their earliest moment so we can see if we can support and grow them. So yes, we are very much focused on digital tech and software primarily.

ES: You say that MDSS “strives to be a pump not a filter.” What do you mean?

WL: We are open to all. In New Jersey, for example, we believe that we’ll be seeing companies focused on biotech supply chains, biomanufacturing and e-clinical issues. And we are probably going to see a lot of companies focused on AI for drug discovery in Cambridge. However, if we think we can help and make a difference with a company, if they’re somewhere in the digital or digital health or biotech space, we will probably accept them.

The most important part is that the corporate partners that are creating this accelerator, want to be engaged with the companies. Merck wants to be doing pilots with these companies. McKesson wants to be supporting the companies and seeing what assets they can bring to the table. Microsoft wants to be very active in supporting these companies with their digital health offerings. And that might be more important than any one specific industry term we put on a website. We want to help these companies commercialize.

We want all comers to apply to us. The important thing in accepting them will be if we think we can move the needle for these startups.

ES: What about funding for the startups?

WL: Each company will receive $150,000 in a SAFE [Simple Agreement for Future Equity]. There is no provision for equity beyond the SAFE. We didn’t want to get into negotiations about how much each company’s valuation was.

The corporate partners, Northpond Ventures (Cambridge, MA) and McKesson Ventures (San Francisco), Merck and Microsoft, which provide the support for the startups, are hoping to make further investments in the companies after they graduate from the MDSS, when they are ready to raise their next round. However, we can’t ensure the investment because it depends on the company and where they are. Graduation will be accompanied by some kind of demo day or showcase event.

ES: Is there anything else you’d like the readers to know about MDSS?

WL: I just want to reiterate something I said before. I’ve been on the other side of the table and I know how hard it is when someone says ‘no.’ But as an accelerator, sometimes you say no to great companies, not because they’re not good companies or not good investments, but because we don’t think that we can help them. We don’t want to be just a checkbook. That’s not what we’re in this to do. Money’s great. You need money; that’s part of what this is. And it is good money for early-stage investment for an accelerator. But this is very much more about supporting startups and seeing what we can do for them.

Sharing is caring!

Sun, 17 Jul 2022 08:56:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://njtechweekly.com/interview-with-njiis-will-lutz-inside-the-merck-digital-sciences-studio-collaboration/
Killexams : With 26% CAGR, Learning Analytics Market Size worth USD 8.3 Billion in 2027

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Jul 08, 2022 (Heraldkeepers) -- Market Overview

The learning analytics market is expected to reach USD 8.3 Million at a CAGR of 26%. The historic forecast period value was valued at USD 3.1 Billion. The learning analytics market has a lot of room for worldwide expansion in its primary functional geographies, thanks to rising needs and trends. The science of analytical thinking is what learning analytics is all about. The interactive learning interfaces provide the necessary support for learning analytics. These are regarded as essential components of the strategy. Learning analytics employs a combination of learning and data analysis in conjunction with human aspects. The techniques used in learning analytics aid in better decision-making.

The coronavirus epidemic has presented the healthcare industry with numerous problems and difficulties. Even though demand for many types of medical services increased during the various waves of the coronavirus pandemic, other markets and business units face numerous hurdles. Businesses that use traditional methods are having a difficult time due to operational restrictions and lockdown imposed by various governments. To deal with the pandemic’s bad effects, it’s critical to turn to the world of digitization and investigate what the learning analytics industry has to offer in terms of analytical thinking.

Click Here to Get trial Premium Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/5634

Market Segmentation

Based on the applications, the market is segmented into People Acquisition and Retention, Curriculum Development and Intervention Management, Performance Management, Budget, and Finance Management, Operations Management, and Others.

Based on the components, the market is segmented into Software, Services (Managed Services, Professional Services, Consulting, and Support and Maintenance).

Based on the end-users, the market is segmented into Academic, K-12, Higher Education, Enterprise/corporate, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), and Large Enterprises.

Based on the market's deployment model, it is segmented into On-premises and Cloud.

Based on the region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World (RoW).

Regional Classification

By the end of the global forecast period, the North American region is predicted to have the largest growth in the learning analytics market, with the emergence of elements that will aid in gaining market supremacy. IT, sales and marketing, supply chain mechanisms, finance and HR, shop floor, and product management are all part of the learning analytics sector. The fundamental reason for this is the rapid growth of technology, which has been accompanied by widespread and early adoption of these solutions by the target audience in this region.

Browse Full Report Details @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/learning-analytics-market-5634

Industry News

The major key players in the market are IBM (US), TIBCO (US), D2L (Canada), Microsoft (US), Ellucian (US), Hobsons (US), Oracle (US), Civitas Learning (US), Zogo Technologies LLC (US), SAP (Germany), InetSoft (US), SAS Institute (US), Tableau Software (US), Certica Solutions (US), and MicroStrategy (US). The market opportunities for learning analytics aid in anticipating how key market players will seize them and turn them into something profitable for the worldwide market. These propelling market prospects also play an important role in analyzing market competition and drawing a competitive graph that will help regions gain market domination by the conclusion of the projection term.

**Top Trending Reports**

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. What is the possibility for CAGR in the future for the learning analytics market?
  2. Who are the contenders operating in the learning analytics market?
  3. What is the stance for growth in the learning analytics market?
  4. What is the strategic product offering in the learning analytics market?

About Market Research Future:

At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Services.

MRFR team have supreme objective to provide the optimum quality market research and intelligence services to our clients. Our market research studies by products, services, technologies, applications, end users, and market players for global, regional, and country level market segments, enable our clients to see more, know more, and do more, which help to answer all their most important questions.

Contact:

Market Research Future (Part of Wantstats Research and Media Private Limited)

99 Hudson Street, 5Th Floor

New York, NY 10013

United States of America

+1 628 258 0071 (US)

+44 2035 002 764 (UK)

Email: sales@marketresearchfuture.com

Website: https://www.marketresearchfuture.com

COMTEX_409843070/2582/2022-07-08T01:07:55

Is there a problem with this press release? Contact the source provider Comtex at editorial@comtex.com. You can also contact MarketWatch Customer Service via our Customer Center.

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Thu, 07 Jul 2022 17:07:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/with-26-cagr-learning-analytics-market-size-worth-usd-83-billion-in-2027-2022-07-08
Killexams : Inc42 AMA | Wingify’s Paras Chopra On ‘First Principle Thinking’ For Entrepreneurs

We are living in times of uncertainty and it has impacted consumer behaviour in every possible way. Any change in consumer behaviour goes on to impact business decisions and operations as startups and brands pivot to cater to the new reality. From layoffs to shifting business models to exploring remote operations and planning a back-to-work strategy — Covid-19 has pushed entrepreneurs to their limits and there’s more to come. 

Startups are all about acting swiftly even despite the uncertainty and learning rapidly. Entrepreneurs always have to carry a certain sense of playing it by the ear — pandemic or not. But it’s become all the more crucial in these times when even the slightest hesitation in decision-making can be the difference between survival and failure. So in our next #AskMeAnything session, Inc42 will be speaking to a decade-old veteran in the art of making business decisions.

Based on the concept of ‘First Principle Thinking’ in entrepreneurship, the session will guide entrepreneurs around making the right decision at the right time, knowing that it’s backed by data and reasoning. First Principle Thinking is a contradiction to the conventional approach of making decisions based on past experiences and the reference point of other people. First Principle Thinkers start with fundamental truths about themselves and reason up from there. This process could help product managers and business leaders in uncovering unconventional insights about their customers, their own business and find new solutions to known problems. 

Further, the session will also cover the importance of knowing the context in decision-making, the tradeoffs in the process, dealing with distractions, prioritisation and the art of saying no. 

About The AMA

Through the Inc42 #AskMeAnything sessions, we are looking to lay out the blueprint for the future. Every industry is going through an upheaval and every startup will need a helping hand to get through this tough time. So while we have touched upon everything from the VC outlook for 2020, to the future of logistics, to SaaS and mobility, hyperlocal deliveries, and hospitality sector in the past few months. 

The first phase of opening up the lockdown or Unlock 1.0 has highlighted the need for businesses to focus on the basics and make the right decisions when it comes to the new rules of business. So, we are hosting Wingify cofounder Paras Chopra to guide entrepreneurs in making key business decisions in the right manner. Join us for this live AMA session with Chopra on June 18th  to get all your questions answered. We will talk to Chopra about:

  • Context Is The Key
  • Tradeoffs: The Currency of Decision Making
  • Distractions, Prioritisation & Saying No
  • Learning, Unlearning And Learning Again

Date: 18th June

Time: 3 PM

About Paras Chopra And Wingify

Founded in early 2009 by Paras Chopra and Sparsh Gupta, Wingify’s vision is to enable businesses to design and deploy great customer experiences for their websites and apps. Paras is an alum of Delhi College of Engineering and has a background in machine learning.  

Wingify is one of the few Indian SaaS companies to have reached about $23 Mn ARR mark while being bootstrapped. The flagship product of the company, VWO claims to Improve key business metrics by enabling managers to discover customer insights, test ideas, and Improve customer engagement. Its prominent clients include Walt Disney, Warner Music, Microsoft, Domino’s, Lenovo, Hyundai, HBO, ICICI Bank among others.

The #AskMeAnything session with Paras Chopra will be followed by a Q&A where you can ask him anything you want.

Click Here To Read The Key Takeaways From This Session Here!

Wed, 15 Jun 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://inc42.com/videos/inc42-ama-wingifys-paras-chopra-on-first-principle-thinking-for-entrepreneurs/
Killexams : Master's in Supply Chain Management Online

Register By: August 20 Classes Start: August 22

Online Master's in Supply Chain Management and Operations MBA Overview

Fit your professional goals into your busy schedule when you earn the new Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Operations and Supply Chain Management from Southern New Hampshire University.

This MBA degree can deepen your understanding of procurement, transportation planning, inventory control and warehouse management. It can also help strengthen your knowledge of customer service standards in both national and global markets.

With curriculum revised in 2021, this MBA program is filled with business practices that are key to supply chain. And the leadership skills taught throughout the program have been designed to help you impact teams and individuals throughout an organization.

SNHU's online MBA program is one of the most affordable in the nation – now with a total tuition investment of $18,810. And coursework can be completed in about a year if you opt to enroll full time. And while SNHU’s MBA program is efficient and cost effective, students will still find the rigor and complexity expected from a Master of Business Administration program.

From recent undergraduates to established professionals, this program is ideal for anyone looking to strengthen their marketability, enhance their business skill sets and increase career opportunities with a business degree.

Learn how to:

  • Integrate, synthesize and apply business practices in an operations management context
  • Analyze and interpret data for decision-making
  • Develop and foster adaptable strategies for an organization
  • Evaluate and implement various models and processes in the design and continuous improvement of organizations and their practices
  • Cultivate globally aware and culturally responsive teams and organizations
  • Create and implement plans around culture, ethical and legal standards, and sustainable practices

Career Outlook

A growing understanding of the critical nature of supply chain operations makes this program a highly valued degree. The MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management from Southern New Hampshire University combines quantitative, analytical and problem-solving skills. This results in an education that can prepare you to succeed in a high-demand industry.

The ability to combine operational function with technology, data analysis and automation are crucial for a wide array of business operations. With the workforce more remote than ever, the more skilled you are in business practices, finance, economics and especially decision-making, the better positioned you may be to lead.

Our master’s in supply chain management MBA program is designed to set you up for success in this increasingly important and in-demand field.

Earning your MBA in Operations and Supply Chain Management degree online at SNHU can help you develop a diverse set of leadership and management skills. This program may position you for an exciting career in the following roles:

  • Logistician: Analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain. In this role, you would be responsible for the life cycle of creating a product, including production, distribution and delivery.
  • Operations or supply chain manager: Manage a company’s overall supply chain, including logistics strategy and operations. Strong interpersonal skills are helpful in this role, because managing relationships with vendors and distributors is key.
  • Operations research analyst: Use data mining and statistical analysis to solve high-level problems for your organization. An interest in economics, math and finance are helpful with this role.
  • Management analyst: Seek ways to reduce costs and increase revenue for your company. Strong analytical and communication skills are helpful here.
  • Purchasing manager: Apply a high level of finance and accounting skills. You’ll negotiate contracts, assure product quality and purchase goods and services needed for your business to run smoothly.
  • Inventory control manager: Manage large inventories for organizations. You’ll put your logistics skills to work in this role.
  • Quality assurance manager: Coordinate your organization’s quality control policies while improving efficiencies. This role can involve increasing profitability by reducing waste.
  • Industrial production manager: Oversee daily operations of a factory or other business. You could be responsible for the staffing and processes that result in creating a wide array of goods and services.
  • Plant, warehouse or materials manager: Monitor storage and shipping logistics for an organization. This role involves logistical and analytical skills as well as strong staff management and teamwork skills.

Dr. Zuzana Buzzell with the text "Dr. Zuzana Buzzell"“(Supply chain) is a very sought-after career,” said Dr. Zuzana Buzzell, associate dean of business programs at SNHU. Working in supply chain management “is beneficial for learners looking to enter the field of operation management or someone switching careers with other experiences.”

MBA graduates are still some of the most sought after and employable in today's market. It is one the most respected and versatile degrees in business, and demand remains high by both degree-seekers and employers.

Job prospects for those with an MBA in supply chain management appear to be much faster than other occupations in the coming years.1 The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment of logisticians to grow 30% between now and 2030, with a median annual salary of $76,270.1

Furthermore, job opportunities for operations research analysts are predicted to grow quite a bit, at 25% predicted job growth between now and 2030, with a median annual salary of $86,200.1

Thinking about those positions from a leadership perspective, it's important to note that an MBA qualifies you for management level or above careers across many business disciplines (operations, marketing, finance, human resources, etc.) Through 2030, the BLS projects 9% growth.1 The salary is impressive, as well: In 2020, the median annual wage for management occupations was $109,760, which was the highest of all the major occupational groups.1

According to a Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) Enrolled Student Survey, almost 8 in 10 enrolled students agree that a graduate business education is a worthwhile investment, even in times of economic uncertainty.2 Most survey respondents felt confident in their employability in the face of the many challenges imposed by the global coronavirus pandemic.2

Even in the wake of so much change, we continue to persevere. Take a look at some of the most significant findings from the 2021 GMAC Demand for Graduate Management Talent Survey3:

  • Demand for graduate management talent is returning to pre-pandemic levels
  • Growth in the technology sector has fueled hiring of business school grads
  • Transforming business models are in need of MBAs to help with holistic re-structuring (fueled by pandemic)
    • MBAs have crucial skills necessary in times of uncertainty, like strong abilities in problem solving, strategic planning, and communication
  • MBAs command some of the highest average starting salaries: $115,000 median starting salary for MBAs
  • Top needed skills from MBAs include; leadership, strategy and innovation, decision making, and strategic and systems skills,
    • All of the above are incorporated into the SNHU MBA, and embedded industry-aligned credentials are offered in many of these skill areas
  • 84% of online MBA programs saw application growth in 2021

Courses & Curriculum

Revised in 2021, our supply chain online MBA program was decreased to just 10 courses – giving you the ability to complete the degree in just over a year, should you attend full time.

Benefits of the new curriculum include the opportunity to earn credentials throughout your program, multimedia content and scenario-based learning activities.

Dr. Mark Hobson with the text Dr. Mark Hobson"Scenario-based learning provides learners the ability to practice using what they learn and apply it to a real-world scenario of a likely business problem," said Dr. Mark Hobson, senior associate dean of business at Southern New Hampshire University. "It will appear in every course. It places the learner inside a novel experience with learning tools and an instructor who acts like a coach and mentor."

Of the 10 classes that make up the online master’s in supply chain management MBA program, 7 of them are part of your business core. Here, you'll learn traditional courses like marketing, accounting and decision-making, but instead of learning about each class by class, they're woven throughout the curriculum, so you can better learn how the skills you're developing work with each other.

You’ll then have 3 courses that make up the concentration dedicated to the close application of operations and supply chain principles, including courses like:

  • Quantitative Analysis for Decision Making: Survey the mathematical, probability and statistical tools available for assisting in the operation and management of industrial organizations.
  • Operation Management: Study key concepts of production and operations. It includes study of a variety of methods and techniques used in their management.
  • Supply Chain Management: Analyze the role and activities of those involved in supply chain management decision making. The course emphasizes the importance of all aspects of managing the supply chain, including transportation planning, inventory control and warehouse management.

The supply chain courses provide supplemental material to that of the major core. You'll graduate knowing how to provide the right product at the right time in the right quantity to meet customer needs.

This degree program “provides a balanced skills-based curriculum to provide learners with a fast track career advancement opportunity,” said Dr. Zuzana Buzzell, associate dean of business programs at Southern New Hampshire University.

Southern New Hampshire University's MBA programs include cross-cutting themes of leadership, strategy, ethics, management, technology and innovation. The program is integrated with new learning experiences and formats including;

  • Scenario-based learning, where learners practice and problem-solve within real-world business scenarios and instructors act as mentors
  • Multimedia, including animations for complex topics, video featuring industry leaders sharing business insights and video communication tools
  • Timely resources, like carefully selected, relevant resource material from leading professional organizations and publications 
  • Embedded credentials from external partners, allowing for the chance to earn more than just their degree, students partake in a selection of either integrated or optional credentialing opportunities as a way to enhance their learnings and their overall marketability in the field
    • Credentialing opportunities include foundational and advanced hands-on learnings in tools such as Power BI, MS Excel and Tableau as well as enhancement of soft skills such as human intelligence and strategy implementation.
  • Fluid learning paths, with more flexibility than ever before in assignment due dates and fluidity of learning with assignments that span multiple modules with interconnected themes to draw relationships between business principles

Online MBA students can also pursue a graduate certificate in supply chain management beyond the standard degree program. This option allows you to list another significant credential on your resume with minimal additional coursework. The certificate consists of 4 required courses plus an additional 6 credits of your choice of several different operations and supply chain management courses.

Don't have a business background? No problem. Our MBA is accessible to everyone. Interested students must have a conferred undergraduate degree for acceptance, but it can be in any field. Those without an undergraduate Logistics and Transportation, business or a related field may be asked to complete up to 2 foundation courses to get started as to adequately prepare themselves for the rigor that is to be expected with any MBA program. These foundations cover essential business skill sets and can be used to satisfy elective requirements for the general-track MBA. With foundations, the maximum length of your online MBA would be 36 credits.

Attend full time or part time. Students in the MBA have the option to enroll full time (at 2 classes per term) or part time (with 1 class per term). Full-time students should be able to complete the program in about 1 year, while part-time students could finish in about 2 years. Our SNHU students are busy, often juggling jobs, family and other obligations, so you may want to work with your academic advisor to identify the course plan that works for you. The good news is, you can switch from full time to part time and back again as often as you want.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition rates for SNHU's online degree programs are among the lowest in the nation. We offer a 25% tuition discount for U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty.

Online Graduate Programs Per Course Per Credit Hour Annual Cost for 15 credits 
Degree/Certificates $1,881 $627 $9,405 
Degree/Certificates
(U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty)*
$1,410 $470 $7,050 

Tuition rates are subject to change and are reviewed annually.
*Note: students receiving this rate are not eligible for additional discounts.

Additional Costs:
$150 Graduation Fee, Course Materials ($ varies by course)

Wed, 12 Aug 2020 15:35:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.snhu.edu/online-degrees/masters/mba-online/mba-in-operations-and-supply-chain-management
MB-700 exam dump and training guide direct download
Training Exams List