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<p>The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has selected IBM Cognos 8.3 as its new student management reporting tool to deliver information faster to students and Boost productivity.</p>
<p>UTS is transforming the way they use information, allowing the University to gain valuable insight about what is happening across their organisation to help drive smarter decisions.</p>
<p>UTS Student Administration is responsible for managing information for around 33,000 students via the Student Management portal - from student applications and enrolments through to curriculum documents, examination results and alumni data. To support this flow of data, UTS Student Centre staff process an average of 15 student inquiries per minute.</p>
<p>The Student Management portal application (also known as Ci) introduces .NET technology and workflow management allowing for better student self management and staff to student interactions, overall giving staff more time to focus on business improvement.</p>
<p>The new business intelligence tool leverages the Student Management source system for reporting, in turn providing greater flexibility of report format and prompting, audit capability to better understand usage, as well as integration with the Student Management portal application.</p>
<p>“Making IBM Cognos the common reporting platform across the University offers savings in licence costs, savings in software administration and maintenance, and capitalises on the existing IBM Cognos skills within the University. It also offers the future potential for a consolidated portal for all strategic University information,” said Miranda Brookes, Student Systems Implementation Project Manager, University of Technology, Sydney.</p>
<p>The ability to generate customised reports and automate standard processes, makes it possible for UTS staff to conduct in-depth analysis versus manual report production, helping the University stay on top of critical daily operations.</p>
<p>This technology will also power the University's management portal which provides performance, benchmarks and other information to UTS decision makers.</p>
<p>The new reporting solution includes web services for greater flexibility in the delivery of reports to staff and improved auditing capabilities through recording of information such as who is using the system, which reports and queries are being run, and the cost of queries to system resources. The University will also be using barcoding functionality to generate individual barcodes for each invoice prepared through the student management system.</p>
<p>Although originally driven by the need for customised reports, the decision to maintain reporting and student management applications also supports UTS' risk mitigation strategy by safeguarding reports from any application bugs or crashes.</p>
<p>A major factor in the selection of IBM Cognos was UTS' extensive and successful experience with Cognos over several years. At the same time, IBM Cognos Software Group Services demonstrated a successful prototype of converting reports using IBM Cognos 8.3.</p>
<p>“Using the IBM Cognos Services team in a quality assurance role has been a major help to the project. They've been here in our offices every week giving fast responses to any queries or issues and helping us to understand best practices,” Brookes added.</p>
<p>Deployment of IBM Cognos 8.3 is now under way with the conversion of approximately 170 customised reports. The project is being managed by UTS with support from IBM implementation partner, UXC Performance Management and IBM Cognos Guardian Services. After the system goes live end-September 2009 UTS staff will begin development of dashboards and drill-down capabilities for more comprehensive analysis.</p>
<p>Over the past twenty years the University of Technology has developed a strong reputation for innovative technologies and solutions, industry collaboration and research.</p>
<p>For more information about the University of Technology, Sydney, visit www.uts.edu.au</p>
<p>For more information on IBM, please visit www.ibm.com</p>

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Killexams : Meet the Woman Behind ‘AI for Her’

Ideas are crucial for spurring innovations in products and services. One such innovative leader is Heena Purohit, who plays a major role in providing teams with a framework for maturing their ideas into products for customers. 

Analytics India Magazine interacted with Purohit, head of product at IBM. She is the product lead at IBM’s internal incubator program, which enables IBMers to bring innovative ideas and solutions to the real world. Purohit founded ‘AI for Her’ — a 501(c)(3) non-profit organisation on a mission to bring more women and gender minorities into AI. By reducing the AI diversity gap, it helps to build AI systems that are fair and unbiased.

“A typical day for me involves working with various venture teams that deal with emerging technologies and advising them on their product strategy and execution. This includes tasks such as designing and helping teams execute experiments to ensure the venture would be a viable business for IBM, coaching teams on product thinking or, if needed, rolling up my sleeves and supporting the teams in building customer collateral, lead customer/user interviews, and support sales execution.”

Transforming ideas into products 

Purohit says that no two days are alike at work, especially since each venture team is different and is solving a unique customer problem in a distinct way. “And that’s the most fun part of my job!”

She says, “My program is open for IBMers around the world, providing an opportunity to surface and test the best ideas across IBM. This helps in facilitating a culture of innovation and intrapreneurship within the company, while helping IBM build and launch the next generation of products, faster.” She adds that for many teams submissions are ideas and technologies they’ve been working on for years. Being selected in the program finally gives them the opportunity to put their experiments to work and see if they’re actually viable.

Implementing AI in product management

In her initial years at IBM, Purohit built AI solutions for industrial customers driving the strategy, product management and design to help manufacturing clients. She holds an undergraduate degree in telecommunications engineering from the University of Mumbai, where she built solutions involving IoT data/sensors. She also holds a double-major MBA from the University of Notre Dame. “So during my MBA, I came across a brand-new business that IBM was launching (Watson IoT), I applied and was selected for a product management internship role in the unit.”

Purohit says, like many others, she fell into AI following her interests. “While IoT sensors were a disruptive way to get more data than ever, I felt gravitated towards the part where you analyse the data – from IoT sensors, or other structured and unstructured data – to unlock new insights. I was fascinated by how AI/ML technologies enabled us to do that in new ways.” 

She said her AI journey began during this period, where she had the opportunity to launch and scale vertical AI solutions for industrial customers. The experience gave insights into having a firsthand look at the opportunities and challenges that customers are facing in adopting AI across the company. Having worked with some of the most brilliant AI minds at the company, Purohit says that her passion for emerging AI technologies and solving key business problems only grew.

‘You don’t have to be a data scientist to understand or benefit from AI’

Having worked with several customers and mentees to help them adopt AI or get into AI roles, Purohit shares one of her biggest learnings, “You don’t have to be a data scientist to understand or benefit from AI. This is also freeing because as AI technologies get more and more accessible, it helps bring more diverse voices in AI discussions, getting them to help build an AI-powered future.”

More specifically to her experience working on emerging technologies, Heena says that this is a great time to build a product. “To get started, think about all the tasks you do in your personal and professional life. Identify the manual/repetitive/mundane tasks and think if AI can help you Boost that experience. If the answer is yes, try it out. It’s very likely that there’s a no-code AI tool out there for you to prototype this. This way, you’re not only dipping your toes in AI but also gaining the experience in using AI tools, so that you can then move on to solving bigger and better problems with AI.”

Purohit has been on a mission to make AI more accessible and help bring more people into the AI industry. She adds that this has manifested into the decisions made around which products to lead. Outside her current role at IBM, Purohit has spoken at over 20 events on the topic, and been published in over 15 books and articles. The tech leader has actively judged AI solutions at 6 hackathons. “The ‘AI for Her’ content on getting into AI and AI literacy has impacted over 12,000 students. And this feels like just the beginning.”

Find your tribe of cheerleaders and supporters

Purohit shares that across all channels, the biggest takeaways have come from the questions since they provide insight into the pain points that people are facing today. “These challenges often don’t pertain to the technical skills gap but around the mindset shift. And that’s why in most of the sessions I’ve delivered, we end up touching upon courses such as imposter syndrome, knowing your worth, and finding your tribe of cheerleaders and supporters,” she said.

She credits IBM for providing an incredible network of mentors that inspired and gave her opportunities to grow. “Perfect segway from the mindset shift because I faced that as I moved up in my career trajectory, too. It’s important to acknowledge that one doesn’t get to where they are without the help of others. I’m grateful for the support I’ve received, and it’s also why I feel passionately about paying it forward.”

Purohit was recognised as one of the Top 11 ‘Women AI Leaders’ at RISE 2020 and Datatech Vibe’s 2021 ‘Top Women Leaders In AI To Watch’. She was awarded the University’s Alumni Award in 2019 for her impact on women in technology initiatives. “I feel incredibly thankful for both recognitions and am honoured to be mentioned alongside many of the women I admire. I want to talk about how this happened. At the start of the pandemic, when everyone was in strict lockdown, I missed my break room conversations where I’d catch up with my colleagues and geek out on AI. I raised this on one of my favourite Women in Tech Facebook groups and turns out, many other women missed this, too.”

Purohit says that this led to the establishment of ‘AI for Her’. “This gave me the confidence to take this further and we’re now a 501c3 nonprofit on a mission to reduce the gender gap in the AI industry today and amplify the message that everyone can get into AI. We’ve been brewing some even more exciting things this year and looking forward to the launch!”

Take Five

1.    Favourite thing in the ML/AI industry today & why? I’m incredibly excited about foundation models. Having tested various foundation models, I can attest that not only are they better than anything else I’ve used, but also they’re equally flawed. So, while I know we have a way to go before foundation models become usable, I’m excited by how they could transform many areas of our lives today

2.    Top three apps you frequently use: YouTube, Elevate, and Reddit

3.    Favourite book on AI: Weapons of Math Destruction 

4.    Favourite podcast in AI and ML: I prefer non-AI podcasts to bring in more diversity to my day-to-day life. I love Exponent (Ben Thomson’s podcast on tech business analysis) and Acquired (Great storytelling and startup analysis)

5.    What would you have been doing if you weren’t a Product Head? I would certainly still be in tech. But as a consultant or a Product Owner

6.    How do you define your leadership style? I strive to lead with empathy. Since the pandemic, this has become more important to me than ever  

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Killexams : Hispanic Heritage Foundation Announces Collaboration with IBM to Upskill Latinos Through IBM SkillsBuild and Meet America's Workforce Needs

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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2022 /CSRwire/ - The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced today its collaboration with IBM (NYSE: IBM) which includes leveraging IBM SkillsBuild – a free education program that helps students and adult learners develop valuable new skills and access career opportunities in technology fields – by providing digital content, personalized mentoring, and the experiential learning they need to gain technical, critical thinking, and creative problem-solving skills. The program will be offered for FREE to HHF Network, is completely digital, and includes IBM-branded digital credentials that are recognized by the market to create direct pathways to tech jobs. The effort will be open to high school students, college students, young professionals, and adult learners.

“This IBM SkillsBuild collaboration has been a transformational goal of our tech pathways strategy and goal for years,” said Jose Antonio Tijerino, President, and CEO of HHF. “Our community has a tremendous value proposition for America’s workforce and through this innovative collaboration, America can benefit from the talent we have always had to offer. Our collective mission is to provide training and opportunities for our community to make an impact in the tech sector. 

We are grateful to IBM for allowing us to leverage their expertise and pathways in preparing the Latinx community for jobs that desperately need to be filled. As Latinos, we’re ready as we always have been.”

The learning pathways available through IBM SkillsBuild include courses on workplace skills, such as communication and leadership skills designed for any beneficiary wishing to understand how to work in the digital world, as well as courses on data analytics, cybersecurity, cloud computing, and many other technical disciplines. The program will also help early school leavers and long-term unemployed to gain what is required to re-enter the workforce. Courses are available in English and Spanish, providing Hispanic learners with a better and deeper understanding of course materials, to help ensure completion and professional competency.

“As a Latina, I am very excited and honored to be partnering with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation to provide free education and career readiness resources to Hispanics nationwide,” said Claudia Cortes Romanelli, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at IBM. “I see every day the great opportunity to invest in skilling the next generation of STEM talent from the Hispanic community. We look forward to working with HHF as part of our commitment to equitably skill 30 million people worldwide.”

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation award-winning LOFT (Latinos on Fast Track) program is a leadership and workforce development program and network with a focus on various sectors or “tracks,” including tech. HHF’s broad network and beyond will be exposed to IBM SkillsBuild to learn, and build skills in artificial intelligence, data science, cloud, security, information technology, and more, with opportunities for mentoring and networking in the tech space as well as earning certifications and placements into the workforce.

IBM and HHF’s collaboration is part of IBM’s commitment to equitably skill 30 million people globally by 2030.

About the Hispanic Heritage Foundation

HHF’s mission focuses on education, the workforce, identity, and social impact through the lens of leadership and culture. For more information, visit www.hispanicheritage.org and follow the Hispanic Heritage Foundation on InstagramFacebookTwitter, and TikTok

About IBM Education

As part of the company's Corporate Social Responsibility efforts, IBM's education portfolio takes a personalized, diverse, and deep approach to STEM career readiness. IBM's pro bono programs range from education and support for teens at public schools and universities to career readiness resources for aspiring professionals and job seekers. IBM believes that education is best achieved through the collaboration of the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors.

IBM SkillsBuild is a free education program focused on underrepresented communities, that helps adult learners, and high school and university students and faculty, develop valuable new skills and access career opportunities. The program includes an online platform that is complemented by customized practical learning experiences delivered in collaboration with a global network of partners. The online platform offers over 1,000 courses in 19 languages on cybersecurity, data analysis, cloud computing, and many other technical disciplines — as well as in workplace skills such as Design Thinking. Most importantly, participants can earn IBM-branded digital credentials recognized by the market. The customized practical learning experiences could include project-based learning, expert conversations with IBM volunteers and mentors, premium content, specialized support, connection with career opportunities, and access to IBM software. IBM SkillsBuild operates in 168 counties and has supported 2.2M learners.

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Killexams : Students can earn a salary while they learn

Canada’s first fully work-integrated degree program helps tackle the national IT talent shortage by offering alternative access to university

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Whether you’re trying to complete a university degree or earn a living, either can be challenging. Trying to do both simultaneously can feel downright impossible.

That’s where work-integrated degree programs can offer promising solutions—providing more affordable, inclusive education pathways to careers. This is particularly crucial in the digital technologies arena where Canada is coming up short in terms of recruiting talent.

First in Canada

York University’s Lassonde School of Engineering is the first in Canada to help bridge this gap by offering an innovative and flexible alternative to traditional university study. Lassonde’s new Digital Technologies work-integrated degree program—just announced in September—enables students to have full-time salaried employment with the same employer for four years, while studying towards a Bachelor of Applied Science degree. Approximately 20 per cent of their work time is dedicated to theoretical, in-class learning delivered during five-day block periods every six-to-seven weeks. The rest of their work hours are spent in the workplace where academic learning will be continually applied and integrated as they gain experience and contribute to their employer’s goals. The program will be offered exclusively through York University’s Markham campus.

Through this program, organizations can both upskill their existing workforce and access a new talent pipeline, while increasing equity, diversity and inclusion. The program also acts as a vehicle for upward mobility as it offers access to higher education for non-traditional learners as well as those who often face systemic barriers to tech careers such as Black, Indigenous and people of colour, newcomers, individuals with disabilities, first-generation students and older people.

Built on a successful model

While the work-integrated degree concept is new to Canada, it’s based on a tried-and-true model from the UK, which launched in 2015 to great success. Now, the majority of higher education providers in England offer these types of programs.

Jane Goodyer, dean of the Lassonde School of Engineering, has already piloted the model in New Zealand, and she’s now helping to debut the concept in Canada in tandem with organizations like IBM. “It’s all about opening doors to those who simply wouldn’t have the time or money to pursue a degree. Our new work-integrated program will transform the future of learning and employment in Canada—supercharging skills development while advancing society toward a more just future for generations to come.”

Lassonde worked on its program with one of the UK’s leading providers of this model, Manchester Metropolitan University, which is forecast to have more than 2,300 students enrolled in work-integrated programs with 544 employers this year.

To design and develop the program, Lassonde also collaborated with a visionary group of ‘Trailblazer’ businesses, public sector organizations and industry associations to ensure the program delivers the required knowledge, skills and professionalism companies need in their IT specialists. These included senior technology experts from Ceridian, CGI, Cinchy Inc., Cisco Canada, Connected (Connected.io, Now part of Thoughtworks), EY Canada, General Motors of Canada Company, IBM Canada, mimik Technology Inc., RBC, Saa Dene Group, Shopify, TELUS Health, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and TribalScale Inc. Together, they created curriculum and learning outcomes designed to anticipate industry needs and shape their evolution.

Win-win for students and businesses

Work-integrated learning models benefit both students and employers by driving positive change. Students who couldn’t attend university because of financial barriers can gain hands-on work experience and new skills while earning a salary. Employers can upskill existing employees and access a rich pipeline of untapped talent, giving them a competitive edge. Through their employees, they can also gain access to the latest expertise and resources that York University can provide.

With a 90 per cent employer satisfaction rate, York is building on its promise of high-quality education that prepares students for long-term success. In its first year, the program will be delivered through York University’s state-of-the-art Learning Space in IBM Canada’s headquarters in Markham. “Participating in Lassonde’s new work-integrated program reinforces IBM’s continued commitment to create a more diverse workforce and cultivate a flexible, inclusive, and equitable work environment,” says Lila Adamec, leader of IBM Canada’s Academic Integration and Strategy division. “Doing so helps us continue to create a culture of transparency and trust among IBMers to drive employee engagement and retention as well as to be globally competitive.”

To learn more about Lassonde’s Digital Technologies work-integrated degree program, starting Fall 2023, visit lassonde.yorku.ca/digitaltech.

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Killexams : We Found the OG Tech Influencer

This year marks PCMag’s 40th anniversary, and we’ve got loads of great stories celebrating our nostalgia—an illustrated timeline, an “ode to PCMag” by long-time Editor-in-Chief Michael Miller, an interview with Bill Gates, and many more. Another legacy is our faithful crowd of longtime readers, many of whom have contacted us with kudos and reminiscences.

One such reader is also—just maybe—the original tech influencer. Brian Dewey has had a long career in technology: He’s retired now but worked for IBM Global Services, Time Warner Cable, and myriad other companies. In 1987, five years after PCMag was founded, young Brian was employed by MONY Financial Services. His title? “PC Brand Specifier.” 

Brian Dewey’s employer and job title are both easy to find by paging through the May 31, 1988 print issue of PC Magazine, since he was the star of a house ad for the magazine. “It’s my job to select brands of personal computers for 1,500 end users here at MONY Financial services,” Brian is quoted in the ad. “No matter how tough or confusing it gets, my boss expects me to be right every time…That’s why I have to read PC Magazine.”

Brian reached out via email to us: “I was reading…your latest 40th-anniversary celebration article regarding computer stores of the ’70s and ’80s and I remembered I did a commercial for you back in 1988…’

How cool is that?! We thought we’d see if we could get Brian to talk to us a bit about technology’s history and his own. And the man can tell a story.


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PCMag: How did your tech career begin? Were you always interested in working in technology?

My fascination with computers began in high school, my senior year, programming in BASIC on an HP 2000 mini that we time-shared into. I remember thinking this was the coolest thing—being able to tell this machine what and how to do something. And I was hooked.

I went to a two-year SUNY [State College of New York] college and majored in data processing. We did everything in batch on IBM punch cards, so you really had to love what you were doing to enjoy that. I learned IBM Assembler (BAL), Cobol, Fortran, RPG, and APL. 

In the late ’70s, big companies were aggressively interviewing and hiring programmers, and I was lucky enough to be hired by Mutual of New York (MONY) to start in their programmer-training class right after graduation in June 1980.

I had just turned 20, and I had my dream job as a mainframe COBOL programmer at a big company. I thought I was set for life. Then along came the IBM PC.

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MONY's office systems group, taken around 1990. Brian Dewey is in the middle-top row, with the beard.

When did you start reading PC MagazinePC Magazine? Can you tell us about your job at that time?

I would have to say somewhere around 1984. I had left MONY that year and went to work for Empire Blue Cross, where I was still a mainframe programmer. But that’s where I broke into the PC world. I had written an algorithm to perform database searches using like-sounding names—Soundex, I believe it was called. The big boss was very impressed and asked if I’d like the challenge of writing an application on an IBM PC to do Medicare Part B data entry offline, without being connected to the mainframe. Holy %$#@! I’d died and gone to heaven!

So I spent the next year programming this beast in the newly minted dBase III. The biggest problem with dBase at the time was it was very slow, and you had to load the entire dBase package. Your app ran through its interpreter. But I found a solution in an ad from your magazine, which I had begun practicing cover to cover that year. The solution was the dBase Compiler known as Clipper. 

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Brian's cubicle, taken around 2003 during the Linux years. (Check out the penguin.)

But I learned much more than that from PC Magazine. Tech articles and reviews helped me to no end in grounding myself firmly in the PC world. I read other magazines, especially Byte and later PC Tech Journal, but PC Magazine was always the first one I opened and digested. 

In 1986, I left Blue Cross and went back to MONY to work in its newly formed Office Systems and Technologies group. There, I discovered Windows and also the newly created IBM/Microsoft OS/2. Around 1987 or 1988, I was recommending IBM PS/2 Micro Channel desktops, mostly the Model 50. They were still mostly 286-processor-based and running DOS 3.1, I believe; 1MB of RAM and a 30MB or 60MB hard drive. 

The big option everyone had was the 3270 Emulation Card, which allowed multiple mainframe sessions users could bounce between. They would have the DOS session with a batch menu to allow word processing (Displaywriter or MultiMate), Lotus 1-2-3, and later, a database app, such as dBase. Micro Channel was a huge deal for an IBM shop. Also, networking began with IBM Token Ring, which in the late ’80s mostly meant connecting a small group of users to a laser printer. Then Novell NetWare came along and changed how I and the company thought of networking.

How were you chosen to star in our ad?

I was a huge proponent of OS/2…. I went to the first, newly minted PC Expo, and I was introduced around as an OS/2 influencer. I met Bill Gates and your late, great editor, Bill Machrone

I can’t say for sure, but it must have been that meeting that spawned the influencer ad. I was not the only one; I believe there were several others throughout that year, but I think I was first…I just remember how surreal it felt, and [wondering] how in the hell did this happen to me? 

You had a long career until your retirement last year. What was your favorite job and why?

I would say, without a doubt, the years I was at MONY as part of the Office Systems group. It lasted only five years, until we were absorbed into the mainframe systems operations group, but those years were the time of my life—being so young, in my twenties, and being involved in so many tech decisions. I became a Novell Engineer (CNE) before I left MONY and rode that wave throughout the ’90s. PCMag helped me a great deal, and what I said in the ad was the truth, which I stand by to this day.

What technology of the past 40 years has surprised or impressed you the most?

Software-wise, that would be Linux. I was involved somewhat with Unix before Linux came along, and I was impressed with the whole Linux-and-open-source revolution.

Hardware-wise, it would have to be the handheld computer we call the smartphone. I’ve been a handheld computer user since the Apple Newton (now there’s a war story!) and the PalmPilot. The smartphone, be it an iPhone or Android (I’ve used both) is, to me, just incredible. 

What kind of technology are you most interested in now? 

The smartphone for sure. I’m on team Android right now and enjoying the hell out of my new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. I just can’t believe the power we carry in our hands every day and how sad it is that it’s mostly used for trivial, pointless pursuits.

Any thoughts on where tech is going in the next few decades?

Artificial intelligence and the man/machine interface. I haven’t thought about this a lot, but a breakthrough needs to happen to get to the next level, where we’re not poking at tiny keyboards and squinting at too-small screens. I’ve become a student of history, which gives us a good perspective.

Around the turn of the 20th century, humanity thought we had reached our peak. The industrial revolution had provided us with benefits beyond our wildest dreams. Science was thought to have learned all there was, and we had all the answers. Then Einstein showed up and upended the apple cart. We can only hope some very smart someone upends our applecart and gets us to the next level of technology.

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Killexams : IBM and AWS Create a Path to Modernization Via Industry-Specific Solutions No result found, try new keyword!Any vertical modernization approach should balance in-depth, vertical sector expertise with a solutions-based methodology that caters to specific business needs. As part of their partnership, IBM ... Wed, 12 Oct 2022 14:17:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.cio.com/article/409679/ibm-and-aws-create-a-path-to-modernization-via-industry-specific-solutions.html Killexams : Converge Technology Solutions Announces IBM zSystems and LinuxONE Certification in Canada

TORONTO and GATINEAU, QC, Sept. 28, 2022 /CNW/ - Converge Technology Solutions Corp. ("Converge" or "the Company") (TSX: CTS) (FSE: 0ZB) (OTCQX: CTSDF) a software-enabled IT & Cloud Solutions provider, is pleased to announce it is now certified to sell and implement IBM zSystems and LinuxONE in Canada.

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IBM zSystems is an overarching title used by IBM for all of its z/Architecture mainframe computers, beginning with the z900 up to the most recent z16, released in May 2022. The "z" stands for "zero downtime," which reflects the reliability of the system. Data that is handled by IBM zSystems is encrypted by dedicated processors over the complete ecosystem, using quantum-safe data encryption. This means that encrypted data can withstand future unauthorized decryption using quantum computing capacity. Similarly, LinuxONE is an enterprise-grade server with a unique architecture designed to meet the needs of mission-critical workloads. It brings together IBM's experience in building sustainable, secure, and scalable systems with the openness of the Linux operating system. LinuxONE runs on IBM zSystems servers.

"Converge looks forward to expanding our IBM zSystems and LinuxONE capabilities into Canada," stated Greg Berard, President and North American CEO of Converge. "Converge has been offering these solutions to our clients across the United States for many years and have strong technical resources with deep expertise and knowledge around these offerings.  We're excited to now be able to bring those skills to our Canadian clients and offer the same level of these IBM services and solutions across North America."

About Converge

Converge Technology Solutions Corp. is a software-enabled IT & Cloud Solutions provider focused on delivering industry-leading solutions and services. Converge's global solution approach delivers advanced analytics, application modernization, cloud platforms, cybersecurity, digital infrastructure, and digital workplace offerings to clients across various industries. The Company supports these solutions with advisory, implementation, and managed services expertise across all major IT vendors in the marketplace. This multi-faceted approach enables Converge to address the unique business and technology requirements for all clients in the public and private sectors. For more information, visit convergetp.com.

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Killexams : AI In Education Market 2022 Current Price Trends, Application Growth Potential, Key Players, And Technology Type Analysis 2030

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Oct 12, 2022 (Alliance News via COMTEX) -- The report provides a comprehensive analysis of segments in this market, covering all the major regions and countries. The major regions analyzed in the study are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. The report also includes additional information about other factors such as drivers, restraints and challenges faced by this market along with an overview for each mentioned segment in the study.

The Global AI In Education Market size is expected to reach $12.8 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 33.5% CAGR during the forecast period.

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The study offers in-depth regional analysis of market scenarios, by analyzing previous trends and covering future forecast. It also offers an in-depth analysis of major driving factors, segments, regions & countries and key players in the market. Moreover, the report outlines the competitive scenarios across different geographies, along with some key market strategies such as mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, R&D activities and more.

GlobalAI In Education MarketSize, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report By Component (Solution and Services), By Application, By End-use, By Deployment Mode (Cloud and On-premise), By Technology, By Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022 - 2028

Giving teachers, students, and educators a better experience is part of the application of AI in education. Numerous service providers are developing unique AI education solutions or services that connect to numerous education platforms. The demand for AI in education is also rising as online learning is becoming a more popular choice for skill development. As there is a growth in AI-backed business applications, tech corporations cooperated with colleges to introduce new training formats for AI talent in order to better fit with the development trends and latest industry developments.

Giving teachers, students, and educators a better experience is part of the application of AI in education. Numerous service providers are developing unique AI education solutions or services that connect to numerous education platforms. The demand for AI in education is also rising as online learning is becoming a more popular choice for skill development. As there is a growth in AI-backed business applications, tech corporations cooperated with colleges to introduce new training formats for AI talent in order to better fit with the development trends and latest industry developments.

Artificial intelligence has the ability to address some of the most significant issues facing education nowadays, such as innovative teaching and learning methods, and eventually quicken the realization of SDG 4. However, these quick technological advancements necessarily carry with them a number of risks and difficulties that have thus far surpassed regulatory structures and policy discussions. Enhanced education experience can be achieved with the help of AI technologies, and UNESCO is committed to assisting Member States in doing so while ensuring that the use of AI in educational settings is governed by the fundamental values of equity and inclusion.

COVID-19 Impact Analysis

The COVID-19 pandemic delivered a significant impact on the worldwide economy. Various businesses all over the world were majorly affected due to the pandemic. In addition, the advent of the pandemic also significantly disrupted the education infrastructure all over the world. Various industries were severely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. The COVID-19 pandemic had a detrimental effect on the education sector. Schools colleges and other educational institutes all over the world were shut down, due to which, there was a drop in the demand for AI learning in in-person education.

Market Growth Factors

Enhanced Student And Teacher Experience

One of the key factors that are driving the growth of the AI in education market is the fact that it significantly improves the learning and teaching experience. Vendors of AI technology are creating electronic gadgets with AI capabilities by creating sophisticated learning systems that enhance learning procedures. For educational institutions to survive in a world with cutthroat competition, they must provide the finest learning environment. For instance, Century Intelligent Learning created a classroom employing AI technology that allows teachers to create academic curricula online, allowing students to access their curricula whenever they choose.

Saves A Lot Of Time And Cost

The administrative team works continuously for hours, whether it be filing paperwork, sending texts and emails, getting in touch with students or their parents, or producing periodic reports. In a similar manner, professors and teachers must grade papers for tests and homework, plan lesson plans, prepare for upcoming classes, etc. It consumes a significant amount of time for these educators. The remaining time is set aside for marking test papers, creating lesson plans for future classes, and finishing up administrative tasks. The artificial intelligence expert can assist teachers in developing an AI system that would increase staff and student productivity.

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Market Restraining Factors

Slow Digitalization Due To The Digital Divide

The diffusion of digitalization in LMIC, or low- and middle-income countries, is very slow. This is attributed to the prevalence of the digital divide all over the world. The digital divide can be defined as the reduced digital growth of developing and underdeveloped countries in contrast to developed countries due to the lower penetration of technologies. There is a significant number of LMICs that are struggling to bring technological advancements. AI-enabled deployments are completely reliant on accessible data, IT infrastructures, and Internet of Things devices for gathering instances to produce correct results due to the absence of funding for the fundamental requirements of IT infrastructures within poor nations.

Component Outlook

Based on component, the AI in education market is classified into solutions and services. In 2021, the services segment registered a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. The growth of the segment is increasing due to the rise in online education brought on by the pandemic. Additionally, the market is being driven by rising government and private sector investments in AI education for the improvement of the educational system. Venture capitalists (VCs) invested significant amounts in AI businesses in 2020.

Deployment Mode Outlook

On the basis of deployment, the AI in education market is bifurcated into Cloud and On-premises. In 2021, the cloud segment procured the highest revenue share of the AI in the education market. Reduced ownership costs along with a growing demand for educational data sharing among international campuses are two reasons that have contributed to the expansion of the cloud segment. Additionally, it enables academic institutions to integrate cutting-edge AI technology into their current operating model without having to increase their capital expenditures.

Technology Outlook

By technology, the AI in education market is segmented into Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning. In 2021, the natural language processing segment registered a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. The bolstering growth of the segment is owing to an increase in the demand for virtual learning among colleges and universities. Investments from educational facilities are increasing in technological advancements in order to offer the best-in-class learning experience to their students. In addition, it would also streamline several teaching processes for teachers.

Application Outlook

Based on application, the AI in education market is fragmented into Learning Platform & Virtual Facilitators, Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS), Smart content, Fraud and Risk Management and Others. In 2021, the learning platform and virtual facilitators segment acquired the biggest revenue share of the Ai in the education market. The growth of this segment is owing to the expansion of digital education learning technology. Additionally, employing a variety of abilities and advice relevant to social growth, virtual facilitators assist students in resolving challenging real-time social issues.

End-Use Outlook

On the basis of end-use, the AI in education market is categorized into K-12 Education, Higher Education and Corporate Training & Learning. In 2021, the Corporate Training & Learning segment held a significant revenue share of the AI in the education market. Some of the major factors driving businesses to make the most of their resources are the rapidly shifting market conditions and growing market competition. Therefore, in order to stay up with the constantly shifting market expectations, firms must promptly train their staff members and keep them informed of the latest developments.

Regional Outlook

Region-wise, the AI in education market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and LAMEA. In 2021, North America procured the maximum revenue share of the AI in the education market. The market in the region is being driven by elements including the presence of top organizations that create technology infrastructure facilities, solutions, and services, and the massive number of end-users utilizing educational gadgets for AI in education. For instance, the IBM corporation announced that it would train people in new skills through partnerships with business and academia.

The major strategies followed by the market participants are Partnerships. Based on the Analysis presented in the Cardinal matrix; Microsoft Corporation and Google LLC are the forerunners in the AI In Education Market. Companies such as Amazon Web Services, Inc., IBM Corporation and Pearson PLC are some of the key innovators in AI In Education Market.

The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Google LLC, Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation, Pearson PLC, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Carnegie Learning, Inc., Blackboard, Inc., BridgeU Limited, and DreamBox Learning, Inc.

Recent Strategies deployed in AI In Education Market

Partnerships, Collaborations and Agreements:

May-2022: Microsoft collaborated with ITE, an education institution. following this collaboration, the companies would integrate an AI lab in ITE College East to work as an innovation center in order to launch AI concepts, applications, and skills across industries for ITE students. Moreover, the companies would also expand the exposure of AI principles and offer skilling opportunities to more than 4,000 students.

Feb-2022: IBM came into a collaboration with the University of Florida, a public land-grant research university. This collaboration aimed to launch a public land-grant research university in order to extend UF?s strategy to become an international leader in AI, fintech, data science, and other associated technologies, which can help in solving major challenges in the society.

Feb-2022: IBM entered into an agreement with IE University, a private university. This agreement aimed to accelerate the strategy to make Madrid a key Artificial Intelligence ecosystem across Europe via the development of Pier 17. in addition, IBM's experts would join IE's adjunct faculty to aid in the identification of professors for the Educating AI innovators as well as Tech-makers program.

May-2021: Microsoft entered into an agreement with the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, a branch of the Government of India. Under this agreement, the entities would develop an AI curriculum for tribal students in Hindi and English at the Eklavya Model Residential Schools as well as Ashram Schools in the country.

Nov-2020: Microsoft signed an MoU with the Education University of Hong Kong, a publicly funded tertiary institution. With this agreement, the entities would focus on the integration of Artificial Intelligence into its Bachelor of Education programs curriculum.

Oct-2020: Microsoft came into a partnership with the All India Council For Technical Education, a statutory body to empower learners and educators. Under this partnership, Microsoft would offer more than 1500 courses to educators and students via AICTE's e-learning portal ELIS. for no cost.

Jun-2020: IBM joined hands with the Central Board of Secondary Education, an Indian national board of education. This collaboration aimed to add a curriculum with the purpose of integrating artificial intelligence in the education of classes XI and XII. Moreover, this collaboration would also complement CBSE's SEWA, or Social Empowerment through Work Education and Action, program.

Mar-2020: Pearson came into a partnership with MindBridge, a leader in financial risk discovery. This partnership aimed to integrate artificial intelligence into academic institutions.

Feb-2020: Pearson teamed up with the UCL Institute of Education, an education school of University College London. Through this collaboration, the companies would focus on the end-to-end experience of test-takers in taking PTE for study or migration purposes.

Acquisitions and Mergers:

Sep-2021: Blackboard announced a merger with Anthology, a leading provider of higher education solutions. This merger aimed to develop a comprehensive as well as modern EdTech ecosystem across the world. In addition, it would expedite the transformation at education institutions to Boost earner experience and propel institution and student success.

Sep-2020: Carnegie Learning acquired Scientific Learning, a leader in brain-based learning technology and research. With this partnership, the company aimed to strengthen the education technology offerings of both companies in order to drive a mutual vision to Boost student learning outcomes via leading-edge technology developed through rigorous research.

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Scope of the Study

Market Segments covered in the Report:

By Component

Solution
Services
By Application
Learning Platform & Virtual Facilitators
Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS)
Smart content
Fraud & Risk Management
Others
By End Use
Higher Education
Corporate Training & Learning
K-12 Education
By Deployment Mode
Cloud
On-premise
By Technology
Machine Learning
Natural Language Processing (NLP)
By Geography
North America
US

Canada

Mexico

Rest of North America
Europe
Germany

UK

France

Russia

Spain

Italy

Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific
China

Japan

India

South Korea

Singapore

Malaysia

Rest of Asia Pacific
LAMEA
Brazil

Argentina

UAE

Saudi Arabia

South Africa

Nigeria

Rest of LAMEA

Companies Profiled
IBM Corporation
Microsoft Corporation
Google LLC
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation
Pearson PLC
Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Blackboard, Inc.
BridgeU Limited
DreamBox Learning, Inc.

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Killexams : UTS Selects IBM Business Intelligence for Student Services Management

<p>The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has selected IBM Cognos 8.3 as its new student management reporting tool to deliver information faster to students and Boost productivity.</p>
<p>UTS is transforming the way they use information, allowing the University to gain valuable insight about what is happening across their organisation to help drive smarter decisions.</p>
<p>UTS Student Administration is responsible for managing information for around 33,000 students via the Student Management portal - from student applications and enrolments through to curriculum documents, examination results and alumni data. To support this flow of data, UTS Student Centre staff process an average of 15 student inquiries per minute.</p>
<p>The Student Management portal application (also known as Ci) introduces .NET technology and workflow management allowing for better student self management and staff to student interactions, overall giving staff more time to focus on business improvement.</p>
<p>The new business intelligence tool leverages the Student Management source system for reporting, in turn providing greater flexibility of report format and prompting, audit capability to better understand usage, as well as integration with the Student Management portal application.</p>
<p>“Making IBM Cognos the common reporting platform across the University offers savings in licence costs, savings in software administration and maintenance, and capitalises on the existing IBM Cognos skills within the University. It also offers the future potential for a consolidated portal for all strategic University information,” said Miranda Brookes, Student Systems Implementation Project Manager, University of Technology, Sydney.</p>
<p>The ability to generate customised reports and automate standard processes, makes it possible for UTS staff to conduct in-depth analysis versus manual report production, helping the University stay on top of critical daily operations.</p>
<p>This technology will also power the University's management portal which provides performance, benchmarks and other information to UTS decision makers.</p>
<p>The new reporting solution includes web services for greater flexibility in the delivery of reports to staff and improved auditing capabilities through recording of information such as who is using the system, which reports and queries are being run, and the cost of queries to system resources. The University will also be using barcoding functionality to generate individual barcodes for each invoice prepared through the student management system.</p>
<p>Although originally driven by the need for customised reports, the decision to maintain reporting and student management applications also supports UTS' risk mitigation strategy by safeguarding reports from any application bugs or crashes.</p>
<p>A major factor in the selection of IBM Cognos was UTS' extensive and successful experience with Cognos over several years. At the same time, IBM Cognos Software Group Services demonstrated a successful prototype of converting reports using IBM Cognos 8.3.</p>
<p>“Using the IBM Cognos Services team in a quality assurance role has been a major help to the project. They've been here in our offices every week giving fast responses to any queries or issues and helping us to understand best practices,” Brookes added.</p>
<p>Deployment of IBM Cognos 8.3 is now under way with the conversion of approximately 170 customised reports. The project is being managed by UTS with support from IBM implementation partner, UXC Performance Management and IBM Cognos Guardian Services. After the system goes live end-September 2009 UTS staff will begin development of dashboards and drill-down capabilities for more comprehensive analysis.</p>
<p>Over the past twenty years the University of Technology has developed a strong reputation for innovative technologies and solutions, industry collaboration and research.</p>
<p>For more information about the University of Technology, Sydney, visit www.uts.edu.au</p>
<p>For more information on IBM, please visit www.ibm.com</p>

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