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S10-110 SNIA Certified Storage Professional (SCSP)

Exam Name : Storage Networking Foundations
Exam Number : S10-110 SCSP
Exam Duration : 90 minutes
Questions in test : 65
Passing Score : 66%
Recommended Training : Storage Networking Concepts
Exam Registration : Kryterion Testing Center
Real Questions : SNIA S10-110 Real Questions
VCE VCE test : SNIA Certified Storage Professional Practice Test

Host Elements
- Identify host connectivity components used in a support matrix
- Describe host-based functions for storage
- Identify storage mapping elements
- Describe virtualization concepts and techniques
- Describe data storage planning for various business applications
- Describe how to Strengthen performance for host applications
Storage Protocol Concepts
- Identify NAS components
- Identify Fibre Channel SAN components
- Identify Ethernet/IP SAN components
- Describe DCBX switching technology
- Identify the software storage model
Storage Hardware
- Identify host to SAN components
- Identify Flash technology for enhancing applications
- Describe the different RAID levels
- Describe disk technologies
- Identify DAS technology
Disaster Recovery
- Identify backup technologies
- Describe backup types
- Describe disaster recovery concepts
Storage Functions
- Describe storage security methods
- Identify storage management technologies
- Describe data reduction techniques
Cloud Storage
- Identify Cloud storage methods
- Identify Cloud storage types

SNIA Certified Storage Professional (SCSP)
Snia Professional Study Guide
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There’s no question that skills and knowledge related to various networked forms of storage – such as storage area networks (SANs), network-attached storage (NAS), virtualized storage, and even storage as a service (STaaS) – are in high demand. Also, IT professionals interested in data center or network-backbone-related positions are likely to need strong storage chops.

Average salaries for storage engineers are consistent (and lucrative) across several job-related websites. For example, SimplyHired reports the average nationwide salary is a little over $107,600 in a range starting at $74,085 and climbing just over $156,000. Potential earnings reported by Glassdoor are higher: The national average salary is just over $165,800, with the low end of the range at about $110,000 and the high end close to $182,000.

In some ways, the state of storage certification perfectly mirrors in a single subject area (or perhaps a closely clustered collection of related subjects) what occurs across the full spectrum of information technology. Some vendor-neutral storage certifications are available, particularly those from the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) and Arcitura. Also, there are numerous vendor-specific storage credentials available from providers of storage systems and solutions, including Cisco, Dell EMC, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), HPE, NetApp and Sun/Oracle, among others.

Like other IT certifications, vendor-neutral credentials recognize broad competency in design, implementation and management, while vendor-specific programs tend to match up with technologies active IT professionals interact within the workplace (or that they’d like to interact with for prospective employers).

How is a storage-minded IT professional supposed to pick a winner here? Name recognition is one factor. Big name and big company certifications tend to attract higher numbers of certified individuals, lending more credibility to such certifications.

Popularity with employers is another consideration when selecting a certification. In our informal survey, we searched several online job sites on a given day for specific storage certifications. Note that the Cisco CCNP swamps the other certifications because its coverage goes well beyond storage. (The CCNP Data Center specialization involves storage to some degree, but it does not focus only on storage.)

Job Board Search Results (in alphabetical order, by certification)

Certification SimplyHired Indeed LinkedIn Linkup.com Total
CCIE Data Center (Cisco) 366 516 345 364 1,591
CCNP Data Center (Cisco) 596 792 390 448 2,226
HDS Storage Administration (Hitachi) 205 256 104 110 675
NCDA (NetApp) 515 656 226 322 1,719
SNIA certifications 30 44 48 16 138

Based on name recognition and job board surveys, our picks for 2019 lie with Cisco, HDS, NetApp and SNIA. One item noticeably absent from the leader board this year is the Brocade storage program. This gap in the lineup isn’t for lack of popularity. In fact, quite the opposite is true as the job board search yielded over 3,000 employers seeking candidates with Brocade experience and certs. Unfortunately for certification seekers, after Brocade was acquired by Broadcom, its exams, accreditations, certifications, and instructor-led training are no longer available. However, many free web-based courses remain that cover Fibre Channel Storage Area Networking products for professionals seeking to expand their Brocade knowledge and skills.

The following sections explore each of the preceding certifications and/or programs.

CCIE Data Center: Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert

Of all the storage-related Cisco certifications, the CCIE Data Center is the most senior and the best recognized. While it is a difficult and demanding credential to earn, it comes with a terrific payoff for its holders.

An expert-level credential, CCIE Data Center professionals are masters when it comes to planning, designing, implementing and managing IT data center infrastructures. test Topics focus on connectivity (Layers 2 and 3), fabric infrastructure, storage networking and computing, network services, evolving and emerging technologies, and network services and automation.

To earn this credential, candidates must pass both a written and a rigorous 8-hour, two-part practical lab exam. The written test must be passed before candidates may attempt the lab exam. Lab exams must be attempted within 18 months of successfully passing the written exam. The lab test is delivered in two parts: The first part consists of a one-hour Diagnostic Module, while Part 2 consists of a 7-hour Configuration and Troubleshooting module. It is reputed to be fiendishly challenging.

CCIE Data Center Facts and Figures

Certification Name Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) Data Center
Prerequisites & Required Courses None
Number of Exams Two exams: CCIE Data Center (400-151) (written exam) and the CCIE Data Center lab exam
Cost per Exam Written Exam: CCIE Data Center 400-151: $450

Lab Exam: $1,600

Exam fees to not include travel-related costs.

URL https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/training-events/training-certifications/certifications/expert/ccie-data-center.html#~stickynav=1
Self-Study Materials Cisco maintains links to recommended training, including self-study materials, study groups, webinars, syllabus, recommended readings, and other resources on the CCIE Data Center and test web pages.

CCNP Data Center: Cisco Certified Network Professional Data Center

Cisco offers a variety of certifications that address storage networking topics, including the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) and the Data Center versions of the CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE (in order of difficulty). The CCNP Data Center credential hits the sweet spot in terms of warranting an IT professional’s knowledge and understanding of Cisco’s storage networking products and platforms in a data center context.

Cisco requires the Cisco Certified Network Associate Data Center (CCNA Data Center) credential or any Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) certification as a prerequisite for the CCNP Data Center.

Cisco CCNP Data Center Facts and Figures

Certification Name Cisco Certified Network Professional Data Center (CCNP Data Center)
Prerequisites & Required Courses Valid CCNA Data Center certification or any CCIE certification. Training recommended but not required.
Number of Exams Four exams:

Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (300-175 DCUCI)  90 55-65

Implementing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (300-165 DCII)

Implementing Cisco Data Center Virtualization and Automation (300-170 DCVAI)

plus

Design track: Designing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (300-160 DCID)

or

Troubleshooting track: Troubleshooting Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (300-180 DCIT)

Cost per Exam $300 per exam; $1,200 total (price may vary by region). Exams administered by Pearson VUE.
URL https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/training-events/training-certifications/certifications/professional/ccnp-data-center.html?stickynav=1
Self-Study Materials Instructor-led training is recommended. Information on self-study materials and Learning Partner training available at the URL above and on the Cisco Learning Network Data Center (CCNP Data Center) site.

Hitachi Qualified Professional – Storage Administration

Hitachi Vantara, formerly known as the Hitachi Data Systems corporation, is known for its hybrid storage systems, storage management, and networking solutions aimed at Fortune 100 and Fortune Global 100 enterprises. The company has a well-developed certification program to support its products and services.

Unlike most other IT certification sponsors, Hitachi’s program distinguishes between qualifications and certifications. Qualification credentials aim at the associate and professional levels where candidates have broad knowledge of Topics and concepts. Hitachi certifications are either specialists or experts, where candidates have deep knowledge of and ample hands-on experience with products and solutions.

Both types of credentials fall under various tracks: Administration (professional), Architect (specialist and expert), Implementation and Integration (specialist and expert), Installation and Support (specialist and professional), and Basics and Fundamentals (entry-level), as well as Sales and Presales.

The Hitachi Qualified Professional – Storage Administration credential, part of the Administration track, is an intermediate-level qualification aimed at storage networking professionals who can configure and troubleshoot Hitachi Command Suite products, as well as use Hitachi Device Manager to manage the storage environment. Candidates must pass one test – Storage Administration HQT-6740 – to earn the credential.

Hitachi Qualified Professional – Storage Administration Facts and Figures

Certification Name Hitachi Qualified Professional – Storage Administration
Prerequisites & Required Courses: The TSI2565 Managing Hitachi Storage with Hitachi Command Suite v8.x instructor-led course, which runs five or six days, is offered at HDS training centers. Training costs begin at $4,875.
Number of Exams One exam: HQT-6740 (35 questions, 60 minutes)
Cost per Exam $100. test administered by Kryterion Webassessor.
URL https://www.hds.com/en-us/services/training-certification.html
Self-Study Materials The test PDF includes information on test objectives and training. Candidates must create an HDS account to get more information.

NCDA: NetApp Certified Data Administrator

NetApp has been in the storage business since 1992, and offers a broad line of products and systems for backup and recovery, traditional and virtualized storage and cloud-based data centers. Although NetApp has some stiff competition – Dell EMC, HPE and Hitachi, to name a few – the company understands the value of flexibility and integration with other third-party products. For example, NetApp worked with Cisco to develop FlexPod, which helps customers manage Cisco, Citrix, Cloudera, Microsoft, NetApp, Oracle, Red Hat, VMware, and other applications and environments, and NetApp’s hybrid cloud storage integrates with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, among others.

The NetApp Certification Program (NCP) features several certifications within three tracks: Data, Hybrid Cloud and Converged Infrastructure. All NetApp certifications focus on some aspect of storage hardware or the software that powers these products. The Data track includes the NetApp Certified Storage Associate (NCSA) – Hybrid Cloud, the NetApp Certified Storage Installation Engineer, ONTAP as well as our featured certification, the NetApp Certified Data Administrator (NCDA).

The NCDA recognizes working knowledge of NetApp storage architecture, core ONTAP components, high availability, data clustering, protocol administration, storage performance, security and data protection. Candidates must be able to configure controllers running the ONTAP operating system in NFS and Windows (CIFS) environments, and understand NetApp SnapMirror, SnapRestore and SnapVault technologies.

Candidates must pass one test to earn the credential.

NetApp certifications are valid for 27 months, and credential holders must meet recertification requirements during this period to maintain their certifications.

NCDA Facts and Figures

Certification Name NetApp Certified Data Administrator (NCDA)
Prerequisites & Required Courses Recommended:

6 to 12 months of experience implementing and administering NetApp data storage solutions

Knowledge of HA controller implementation and configuration, SyncMirror software or ONTAP solutions with single- or multi-node configurations

ONTAP Cluster Fundamentals

ONTAP Cluster Administration are also recommended

A NetApp Support Site account is required to enroll in NetApp University training.

Number of Exams NSO-159: NetApp Certified Data Administrator, ONNNTAP (60 questions, 1.5 hour to complete)
Cost of Exam $150. Exams administered by Pearson VUE.
URL http://www.netapp.com/us/services-support/university/certification/ncda/index.aspx
Self-Study Materials NetApp offers instructor-led and web-based training, a VCE test for the NS0-159 exam, and a list of reference documents. (See the NCDA web page for links to training resources.) The NetApp KB TV YouTube channel provides how-to videos on using NetApp technology. Candidates should also browse the NetApp University and Training website for insights on training and exams. No certification study guides or practice exams were found on the NetApp site or on Amazon.

SNIA SNCP: SNIA Storage Networking Certification Program

The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) is a nonprofit organization incorporated in 1997 and comprises members from various storage vendors and service providers, as well as individuals. The association develops and promotes storage solution specifications and standards, and offers education and certification for storage and information management professionals.

SNIA recently rolled out several changes to its Storage Networking Certification Program (SNCP). Most notable among the changes is the retirement of the SNIA Certified Storage Engineer (SCSE) and SNIA Certified Storage Architect (SCSA). The exams for both credentials were withdrawn on January 31, 2019.

Both the SCSE and SCSA have been replaced by the SNIA Certified Information Architect (SCIA). SNIA will continue to recognize the SCSE and SCSA until November 31, 2021. The Storage Networking Certification Program (SNCP) offers several vendor-neutral certifications:

  • SNIA Certified Storage Professional (SCSP)
  • SNIA Certified Storage Networking Expert (SCSN-E)
  • SNIA Qualified Storage Sales Professional (SQSSP)
  • SNIA Certified Information Architect (SCIA)

Each certification requires candidates to pass the S10-110 Foundations test or hold a current CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA certification (exam no longer offered), which earns the Professional (SCSP) credential. The Networking Expert (SCSN-E) requires all of them.

SNIA certifications are good for three years from the date of certification. After that, a certification holder must take the most current test to maintain the credential.

SNIA SCNP Facts and Figures

Certification Name Storage Networking Certification Program (SNCP)
Prerequisites & Required Courses Training is recommended but not required.
Number of Exams SCSP: One exam; Storage Networking Foundations S10-110 (65 questions, 90 minutes, passing score of 66 percent)

SCSN-E: Two exams; Foundations S10-110 OR CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA (no longer offered) PLUS SNIA Storage Networking Management Administration (S10-210) OR SNIA Information Architect – Storage Advanced test (S10-510) and two SNIA Certification Partner product credentials

SQSSP: One exam; SNAI Qualified Storage Sales Professional test (S10-905)

SCIA: One exam, Storage Advanced test S10-510

Cost per Exam All exams are $220 except the SQSSP test which is $100. Exams administered by Kryterion.
URL https://www.snia.org/education/certification
Self-Study Materials SNIA provides links to study reference materials, practice exams and training on each certification’s web page. Study materials are also available through training partners.

Beyond the Top 5: More storage certifications

Beyond the top five storage certifications mentioned in this article, there are lots of other certification programs that can further the careers and professional development of IT professionals who work in the networked storage arena.

Although no EMC storage certifications made our top five list for 2018 or 2019, EMC (acquired by Dell in 2016) has one of the longest-standing certification programs for storage. The program offers credentials for data scientists, cloud architects and administrators, storage administrators, cloud and implementation engineers, and a whole lot more.

In addition, look at the credentials available from Arcitura, HPE, Huawei, IBM, Nimble and Sun/Oracle:

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Killexams : Study Backs Four-Step Plan for Detecting More Sexually Transmitted Infections

A Rutgers-led study of nearly 1,350 patients receiving care for HIV at nine different US clinics has identified steps healthcare teams can take to identify and treat more sexually transmitted infections (STIs):

  • Audio computer-assisted self-interview (ACASI) sexual histories at every routine clinic visit
  • Patient self-collection of genital, throat and rectal specimens for gonorrhea and chlamydia
  • Clinical staff training (four virtual sessions for all team members)
  • A dozen sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) welcoming signage to the clinic environment

The 1,348 participants in the study, published in AIDS Patient Care and STDs, completed 2,203 tablet-based ACASI sexual history surveys leading to 531 participants receiving STI testing related to reported risk behaviors. Those tests identified 255 cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia, or syphilis, most of which (86 percent) would have otherwise gone undetected for lack of symptoms since most clinics test only after annual screenings or when patients are symptomatic.

“It’s important to identify and treat these infections because they can have severe long-term consequences such as infertility, blindness, and chronic pain, but we’ve struggled to routinely screen and test at-risk persons nationally,” said John A. Nelson, lead author of the study and the director of national training at the School of Nursing François-Xavier Bagnoud Center in Newark. “Few people realize how common STIs have become. Plus, providers and patients alike commonly feel uncomfortable discussing sexual behavior, even in HIV clinics.”

The incidence of bacterial STIs (chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis) has risen sharply since 2014. With more people with HIV being in treatment, virally suppressed and thus unable to spread HIV, and more people using HIV prevention medication (PrEP), there has been an increase in condomless sex.

Using federal recommendations of asking about sexual behaviors and testing at-risk or symptomatic patients during routine doctor visits and repeating every 3-6 months if risk persists, this evaluative study utilized the four evidence-based interventions at nine HIV clinics in areas with above-average HIV and STI incidences.

According to surveys completed by patients after each clinic visit, more than 93% of participants reported using the ACASI sexual history as “easy” or “very easy.” The LGBTQ+ welcoming measures were significantly more likely to be noticed and liked by those under 50 years old and by those who identified as LGBTQ+.

“Overall, we were very happy with the results,” Nelson said. “The interventions detected a significant number of infections, and patients indicated widespread satisfaction. The next step will likely be making these interventions cheaper and easier for providers. The existing costs, mostly from additional clinical team member time in addressing the STIs, and the ACASI and tablet purchases, were reasonable given the number of STIs detected, but we see opportunities to make them both cheaper and easier, which will increase provider buy-in going forward.”

Healthcare providers can order a free “starter kit” of the interventions for their clinics here.

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Killexams : Graduate Certificate in Professional Study

Give Your Teaching Career a Boost with a Professional Study Graduate Certificate

If you would like to advance your professional career by pursuing additional coursework beyond your degree, a Graduate Certificate of Professional Study within the field of education from Southern New Hampshire University can provide you with the opportunity to engage with a broad range of topics. Earning your graduate certificate is a great way to add to your teaching résumé while enhancing your understanding of important educational concepts and strategies.

This field-based certificate program, available through the SNHU Vermont Campus, is ideal for practicing educators seeking applied learning and professional development opportunities within the course areas of curriculum, assessment and evaluation, education technology, learning and development, and teacher leadership.

Although this program is currently available in a limited number of districts within the state of Vermont, we encourage you to reach out to the SNHU Vermont Campus at info@snhuvt.org if you are interested in participating or learning more.

See Yourself Succeed with a Professional Study Graduate Certificate from SNHU

The field-based Professional Study Graduate Certificate program in education at SNHU allows you to choose from the following five subject areas: Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation, Education Technology, Learning and Development, and Teacher Leadership. This is a 15-credit program, and you will select five three-credit courses to complete in accordance with your chosen topic.

As a private, nonprofit university, SNHU has one mission - to help you see yourself succeed. The benefits of enrolling in a field-based graduate program at SNHU include:

  • Convenience. Pursue your graduate degree or certificate where you work, and complete international field studies around your teaching schedule.
  • Supportive community. We have a deep understanding of how adults learn best, and we know all of our students personally. Our cohort model allows you to learn with colleagues.
  • Relevance. All course material and assignments apply directly to your classroom practice.
  • Affordability. It’s our mission to make higher education more accessible. That’s why, SNHU is one of the most affordable private, nonprofit universities in New Hampshire. 
  • Constructivist classrooms. Our instructors design the classroom experience so that it begins with your experiences and builds toward exceptional practice in a collaborative manner.

Careers & Outcomes

The Professional Study program is designed to help educators advance their careers without committing to a full master’s degree program. The goal of this program is to produce teachers who are prepared to impact their schools and their students in meaningful ways, both inside and outside of the classroom. Whether your goal is to develop new curriculum, become familiar with new teaching technology, or learn new leadership skills, SNHU can help you take the next step in your career.

Professional Study (Post-Master's Graduate Certificate)

In addition to the standard Professional Study Graduate Certificate in education program, SNHU also offers a Professional Study Post-Master's Graduate Certificate option. This program is similar to the standard graduate certificate version, but is designed for educators who have already earned their Master of Education. This program also features Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation, Education Technology, Learning and Development, and Teacher Leadership as subject areas; however, many of the courses within the post-master's program cover more advanced topics.

Curriculum

With multiple pathways to choose from, the program will help you develop a deeper understanding of responsive, responsible teaching methods. Participants will plan and deliver purposeful learning opportunities that incorporate current research and best practices to engage students in meaningful ways. SNHU will help you learn to create strengths-based, inclusive, and collaborative learning communities in classrooms and schools. The program will also help you understand the need for professional analysis, innovation, and continually evolving professional strategies while evaluating your own personal growth, teaching practice development, and personal leadership.

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Killexams : Study Abroad

An early leader in the field of international education, The New School continues to expand and Strengthen the quality of its study abroad offerings in an increasingly global world. As part of the university’s department of Global Engagement and International Support Services, the Study Abroad office seeks to promote education abroad opportunities that develop intercultural competence and globally-relevant leadership skills in cooperation with academic departments and student services both for current New School students to go abroad for study and for students from international institutions to study at The New School in NYC while completing degrees at their home institutions.

Go Abroad for Study

A wide variety of study abroad programs are available to you as a New School student while you earn your degree. By studying abroad, you embark on a life-changing journey, embracing the unfamiliar, gaining new perspectives on the world, and developing greater cultural sensitivity. When preparing to study abroad, there are many questions to consider, but we’re here to help you succeed on your journey. To get started: 

Students are strongly encouraged to attend the study abroad events, fairs, and info sessions starting in the first year to discover exciting study abroad programs and begin planning for their own experience.

Come Study Abroad at The New School

The New School’s NYC campus offers unique opportunities for students who are completing a degree program abroad to gain an international study experience while they complete their degrees. Each semester, our campus hosts students from Parsons Paris and other schools around the world. Learn more about these opportunities below and contact us with any questions.

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Killexams : Professional Studies Master of Science Degree

RIT's master's in professional studies enables you to create an individualized plan of study tailored around your personal and professional goals. The degree offers you the opportunity to draw upon graduate courses from more than 50 of RIT's master's degree to gain the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to respond successfully to new and emerging career opportunities.

What Can I Do with a Degree in Individualized Studies?

In short, anything you want. An individualized studies degree is the freedom to craft a master's degree around your interests, career goals, and professional aspirations. You'll work with dedicated, professional academic advisors that will help you develop a plan of study around the Topics that interest you most. And your plan of study will be crafted toward the professional goals you set. You'll choose two to three concentration areas, that consist of four to five courses each, in Topics that will provide you with the skills you need to further your career or launch a new professional endeavor.

The professional studies degree can be completed on campus or online.

RIT's Master's in Professional Studies

You'll begin your studies with Contexts and Trends, the program’s foundation course. You'll explore your personal career objectives and research RIT’s portfolio of graduate programs to identify courses that best match your professional and personal goals.

Once you decide upon the areas you want to study, you'll create two or three concentrations. These concentrations make up the required course work for the degree program. Each concentration is a selection of courses drawn from existing RIT graduate programs. Credit hours not required to fulfill a concentration area may be used as electives. All electives and transferred graduate courses need to be integrated into the proposed plan of study. With certain concentrations, the degree may be completed entirely through online learning.

Some common concentration areas may include:

Applied and Computational Mathematics
Applied Statistics/Quality
Bioinformatics
Business (Marketing, Management, etc.)
Chemistry
Color Science
Communication and Media Technology
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Management
Criminal Justice
Education Learning Instruction
Electrical Engineering
Environmental, Health and Safety Management
Health Systems Administration
Human Resource Development
Imaging Science
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Information Sciences and Technologies
Microelectronics Manufacturing Engineering
Packaging Science
Product Development and Design
Project Management
Public Policy
School Psychology
Secondary Education of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Service Management
Software Engineering
Sustainability

This individualized studies degree also includes a capstone project. This is an applied, hands-on project directly related to your customized plan of study.

The program can be completed through full- or part-time study. 

This program is also offered online. View Online Option.
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Killexams : 'Who He Play For' study guide for 2022-23 season
Austin Rivers (left), Andre Drummond (middle) and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope joined new teams this summer.

Austin Rivers (left), Andre Drummond (middle) and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope joined new teams this summer.

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It’s almost everyone’s favorite time of year: Charles Barkley gets put to the test as we witness how closely the ‘Inside the NBA’ analyst followed offseason player movement. With approximately 100 players on different teams this season, it’s not easy to keep track of all the changes.

So, here is our ‘Who He Play For’ Study Guide — 25 familiar faces in new places for the 2022-23 season. 

Tune in to TNT on opening week to see how Chuck performs. He went 0-for-4 last year.

> Offseason Player Movement | Offseason Trade Tracker | Free Agent Tracker | Kia Season Preview

Will Barton

Will Barton

New team: Washington Wizards | Old team: Denver Nuggets

Bruce Brown

Bruce Brown

New team: Denver Nuggets | Old team: Brooklyn Nets

Alec Burks

Alec Burks

New team: Detroit Pistons | Old team: New York Knicks

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

New team: Denver Nuggets  | Old team: Washington Wizards

Matthew Dellavedova

Matthew Dellavedova

New team: Sacramento Kings | Old team: Cleveland Cavaliers

Gorgui Dieng

Gorgui Dieng

New team: San Antonio Spurs | Old team: Atlanta Hawks

Donte DiVincenzo

Donte DiVincenzo

New team: Golden State Warriors  | Old team: Sacramento Kings

Andre Drummond

Andre Drummond

New team: Chicago Bulls | Old team: Brooklyn Nets

Bryn Forbes

Bryn Forbes

New team: Minnesota Timberwolves | Old team: Denver Nuggets

Taj Gibson

Taj Gibson

New team: Washington Wizards | Old team: New York Knicks

Danny Green

Danny Green

New team: Memphis Grizzlies | Old team: Philadelphia 76ers

Juancho Hernangomez

Juancho Hernangomez

New team: Toronto Raptors | Old team: Utah Jazz 

Joe Ingles

Joe Ingles

New team: Milwaukee Bucks | Old team: Portland Trail Blazers

Josh Jackson

Josh Jackson

New team: Toronto Raptors | Old team: Sacramento Kings

Frank Kaminsky

Frank Kaminsky

New team: Atlanta Hawks | Old team: Phoenix Suns

Damion Lee

Damion Lee

New team: Phoenix Suns | Old team: Golden State Warriors

Robin Lopez

Robin Lopez

New team: Cleveland Cavaliers | Old team: Orlando Magic

Boban Marjanovic

Boban Marjanovic

New team: Houston Rockets | Old team: Dallas Mavericks

Markieff Morris

Markieff Morris

New team: Brooklyn Nets | Old team: Miami Heat

Josh Okogie

Josh Okogie

New team: Phoenix Suns | Old team: Minnesota Timberwolves

Kelly Olynyk

Kelly Olynyk

New team: Utah Jazz | Old team: Detroit Pistons

Austin Rivers

Austin Rivers

New team: Minnesota Timberwolves | Old team: Denver Nuggets

Ish Smith

Ish Smith

New team: Denver Nuggets | Old team: Washington Wizards

Daniel Theis

Daniel Theis

New team: Indiana Pacers | Old team: Boston Celtics

Delon Wright

Delon Wright

New team: Washington Wizards | Old team: Atlanta Hawks

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Killexams : Toem: City Professional Trophy/Achievement Guide © Provided by GameRant

Toem is a delightful little adventure game. Filled with beautiful hand-drawn art, players can explore the game's areas and take photographs to solve the game's mysteries.

Each area in Toem (except for Homelanda and Mountain Top) have two photo challenges that need to be completed. These are all required for 100% in-game completion, and they will also earn the player a few achievements. City Professional requires players to complete the two photo challenges in Logcity. This guide will show where to find the photo challenge Scouts and what pictures need to be taken to complete their quests.

RELATED: Lesser Known Games With Photo Mode

Photo Challenge #5

From the clock tower, go left once and then up once to find the Scout for this challenge on the bridge above the road. The task will be to take three photos: 5 Living Things, a Granny Car, and a Radical Moment.

Five Living Things

This particular challenge will be about as fast-paced as Toem will get. The first photo will need to feature five living things in one photo, not five separate photos. Go to the area with the clock tower and stand on the stairs leading to the bandstand (the higher balcony just across from the stairs leading to the bus station).

This is an excellent spot, because players can get the punk rocker on the bench, three pigeons, and up to five sporadically running businessmen in one photo — which is of course more than the five required. Equip the camera and make sure there are at least five living things in the frame before taking the picture.

Granny Car

While maybe not as cool as Skyrim Grandma, daredevil Grandma will still provide players a run for their money. Players will first come across her when working on the quest 'Always Tumbled Granny.' Before flipping her car, take out the camera and snap a photo of it.

If her quest to flip the car has already been completed, her car can be found driving along the road in the area with the Newspaper Building. To make sure it registers, stand in the crosswalk when she drives up to stop her, then take a picture of the "face" on the front of her car.

Radical Moment

The radical moment can be found where the skaters are. From the clock tower, go left once and then up twice. There will be a skater grinding down the rail of some stairs. Take a picture of this skater as they're going down.

Present all three photos to the Scout that initially offered the challenge to complete it.

Photo Challenge #6

The Scout to begin this challenge is located in the same area as the Art Gallery. From the clock tower, go right once and then up twice. The clue for this one is "Critical Confusion." The confusion will be in the form of an amateur driver whose exceptionally back parking skills earned him a ticket.

From where the player picked up the quest, go down twice and then left twice. This section will be near a busy road with a very confused-looking gentleman in the parking lot on the left side of the road. On his car will be a ticket that he's just not sure how he got. Take a picture of him, then return to the Scout to provide her the photo to complete the quest.

Toem is out now on PS5, Switch, and PC.

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Killexams : CXL Ecosystem Enabling Memory Fabrics

Compute Express Link, or CXL is dramatically changing the way memory is used in computer systems. Tutorials at the IEEE Hot Chips Conference and at the latest SNIA Storage Developers Conference explored how CXL works and how it will change the ways we do computing. In addition, latest announcements by Colorado startup, IntelliProp, on their Omega Memory Fabric chips pave the way for implementation of CXL to enable memory pooling and composable infrastructure.

The initial applications for CXL have been for memory expansion for individual CPUs, but CXL will have the biggest impact in sharing many different types of memory technology (DRAM and persistent memory) between CPUs. The image below (from the CXL Hot Chips tutorial) shows the different way that memory can be shared with CXL.

As Yang Seok Ki, VP from Samsung Electronics said at the SNIA SDC, CXL is an industry-supported cache-coherent interconnect for processors, memory expansion and accelerators. CXL version 1.0 and 2.0 have been released (working with PCIe 5.0) and in early August, at the Flash Memory Summit, the CXL version 3.0 was released that works with the faster PCIe 6.0 interconnect. CXL 3.0 also enables multi-level switching and memory fabrics and peer-to-peer direct memory access.

The presentation also outlined how CXL enables version 2.0 enabled medium memory available to a CPU through a local CXL connection and far memory through a CXL version 3.0 switched network, as shown below.

Near memory is directly connected to the CPU. Some of the first CXL products available are medium memory expander products that provide additional memory to a CPU. CXL opens the door to memory tiering providing similar trade-offs in performance and cost as are possible with storage tiering.

IntelliProp just announced its Omega Memory Fabric chips. The chips incorporate the CXL standard along with the company’s Fabric Management Software and Network Attached Memory (NAM) system. IntelliProp also announced three field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) products that incorporate its Omega Memory Fabric. The company says that its memory-agnostic innovation will help lead to the adoption of composable memory leading to significant improvements in data center energy consumption and efficiency. The company says that its Omega Memory Fabric has the following features:

Omega Memory Fabric Features, incorporating the CXL Standard

  • Dynamic multi-pathing and allocation of memory
  • E2E security using AES-XTS 256 w/ addition of integrity
  • Supports non-tree topologies for peer-to-peer
  • Management scaling for large deployments using multi-fabrics/ subnets and distributed managers
  • Direct memory access (DMA) allows data movement between memory tiers efficiently and without locking up CPU cores
  • Memory agnostic and up to10x faster than RDMA

The three FPGA solutions connect CXL devices to CXL hosts and they are a adapter, a switch and a fabric manager. IntelliProp says that ASIC solutions will be available in 2023. The company says the solutions connect CXL devices to CXL hosts, allowing data centers to increase performance, scale across dozens to thousands of host nodes, consume less energy since data travels with fewer hops and enable mixed use of shared DRAM (fast memory) and shared SCM (slow memory).

CXL is poised to change the way memory is used in computer architectures according to a 2022 Hot Chips tutorial and talks at the SNIA SDC. IntelliProp introduced the company’s Open Memory Fabric technology and three FPGA solutions for enabling CXL enabled memory fabrics.

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Killexams : Human Resource (HR) Professional Services Market 2022: Comprehensive Study by Top Key Players SAP SE, ADP, Inc

New Jersey, United States, Sept. 26, 2022 /DigitalJournal/ Adopting HR professional services allows retailers to focus on their core business while implementing improved HRM techniques. Additionally, the rapid growth of the retail industry has resulted in the large-scale hiring of employees, which creates employee retention issues.

Growing preference for automation of HR processes and integration of big data analytics and mobile technology in professional services is driving the market. There is a growing need to manage additional HR activities such as making strategic decisions and aligning an organizations goals, vision and mission with HR functions. In order to devote more time to decision-making and analysis, organizations prefer to opt for HR professional services for regular HR administrative functions.

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This Human Resource (HR) Professional Services research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:SAP SE, ADP, Inc, Oracle Corporation, Ultimate Software, IBM Corporation, Cornerstone On Demand, Inc, Skillsoft, Workday, Inc, Kronos, Inc,

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Firstly, this Human Resource (HR) Professional Services research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Human Resource (HR) Professional Services report.

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  • Europe

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Core HR
Employee Collaboration & Engagement
Recruiting
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Killexams : Guide Dogs for the Blind and American Foundation for the Blind Release Research Study Findings

Report Reveals Travel Trends and Mixed Results for Rideshare

Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) and the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) have announced the findings of The Role of Guide Dogs in 2022 and Beyond, a joint, two-year research study to examine the long-term outlook for guide dog use in the United States and Canada.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220922005306/en/

Ever Arreola and his guide dog, Falante (Photo: Business Wire)

Top findings for the first-of-its-kind study, revealed a greatly expanded use of technology among travelers who are blind or visually impaired, and a shift to using rideshare services from public transit and walking.

The study was conducted in 2020 and 2021 through a survey of more than 500 people who are blind or visually impaired including both guide dog users and nonusers. It included focus groups and interviews with more than 50 individuals, including graduates from various guide dog schools in the U.S. and Canada, people who use a white cane instead of a guide dog, and instructors who work with the blindness community around orientation and mobility (O&M) skills needed to qualify for a guide dog.

An increase in use of smartphones and apps has shed new light on the importance of integration of technology in travel for people who are blind or visually impaired. Approximately three-fourths of guide dog users surveyed reported use of smartphones during travel, with wayfinding apps (Google Maps, Soundscapes) as well as visual interpreting apps (Be My Eyes, AIRA) among the most commonly used.

Participants in the study also reported that they walk and use public transit less often because of the increased availability of door-to-door rideshare services. While the convenience of rideshare has great appeal to travelers who are blind or visually impaired, the study also showed that rideshare access denials and concerns about fraudulent service dogs often played a devastating role in the lives of guide dog users.

These mixed rideshare findings point to a need for greater awareness and advocacy to defend guide dog users' access to Uber and Lyft, among both the public and rideshare companies. Some participants also expressed interest in receiving training and resources to aid them when they are denied access.

Overall, the guide dog lifestyle received high praise and enthusiasm from respondents. Guide dog users cited both practical advantages of traveling with a guide dog, such as the ability to walk faster, avoid objects, move smoothly through crowds, and maintain a straight line of travel, as well as emotional benefits. Many conveyed that the companionship, confidence, safety, and social bridge to their community were significant, irreplaceable benefits of using a guide dog.

While the guide dog lifestyle is not a fit for all people who are blind or visually impaired, the study uncovered there is a substantial subset of potential guide dog users who have not acquired the prerequisite mastery of O&M skills to qualify for a guide dog. These skills include spatial orientation, the ability to learn and navigate routes, and the fundamentals of white cane use. Multiple study participants emphasized that there is an extreme shortage of O&M services and instructors, particularly in the U.S., with many reporting that there are huge swaths of the country where it seems that O&M services aren't available at all.

"These robust findings are very heartening about the future of guide dog use in the U.S. and Canada, but they are also instructive in helping us to remove barriers to enjoying the benefits of the guide dog lifestyle, especially in the areas of rideshare access, travel technology, and O&M training," said Theresa Stern, vice president of interdisciplinary client services and engagement for GDB. "We're grateful to AFB, who designed this research, and look forward to continuing our partnership with them to Strengthen the lives of people who are blind and visually impaired."

"These research findings point to a number of areas where organizations like AFB and GDB can collaborate with O&M professionals and people who are blind or have low vision to maximize opportunities for independent, safe and efficient travel," said Dr. Arielle Silverman, AFB director of research. "With the general aging of the population and the increasing prevalence of age-related vision loss, studies like this will become imperative to serving the blindness community in the coming decades."

Study findings will be published in peer-reviewed research journals and will be presented at conferences focused on blindness. For a copy of the report, visit guidedogs.com/study.

About Guide Dogs for the Blind

Headquartered in San Rafael, Calif., Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) is the largest guide dog school in North America. It is a passionate community that prepares highly qualified guide dogs to empower individuals who are blind or visually impaired to move through the world more safely and confidently. This year marks the organization's 80th anniversary of helping its clients live the lives they want to live. More than 16,000 guide teams have graduated from GDB since it was founded in 1942. GDB not only improves mobility for its clients, but it also furthers inclusion and advocates for policy reforms that change how the world views blindness. GDB's services are provided free of charge, and it receives no government funding. The organization was the subject of an award-winning 2018 documentary feature film called Pick of the Litter, which can be found on most popular streaming platforms. The film was developed into a television docu-series by the same name that debuted in 2019 on Disney+. For more information, visit guidedogs.com, or call 800.295.4050.

About the American Foundation for the Blind

The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) mobilizes leaders, advances understanding, and champions impactful policies and practices using research and data. Publisher of the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness for over a century and counting, AFB is also proud to steward the accessible Helen Keller Archive, honoring the legacy of our most famous ambassador. AFB's mission is to expand pathways to leadership, education, inclusive technology, and career opportunities to create a world of no limits for people who are blind, deafblind, or have low vision. To learn more, visit www.afb.org.

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