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It’s an it project

It’s an IT project
Please I will be needing a weekly update to report to my supervisor.
The inital publish shall be submitted by 20th of this month.
The project Topic is :The potential of blockchain to promote open access publications by giving credit to reviewers and publications.
It will follow the information Technology Research Method i.e. among other things, the project should include designing a prototype where necessary.
I wrote the problem Statement and research questions already. You may want to develop on that. I will attach that.
I will be providing more details where necessary

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Lab instructions:

Instructions
For this assignment, you must download and use NetSpot (a free wireless network analyzing tool) to examine your local wireless networks.
Lab Instructions:
1. Download and install the version of NetSpot that supports your computer’s operating system. The link is provided in the
weekly resources.
2. Start the NetSpot tool and then answer the following questions in a paper:
a. How many wireless network SSID’s are present? (Take a screenshot.)
b. Which networks are the most secure, and why?
c. Which networks have the best signal to noise ratio?
d. Which network has the highest signal percentage? What is its noise percentage?
e. Which network has the highest noise percentage? What is its signal percentage?
3. Select the Details button for one of the wireless network SSIDs. A graph will start to populate with data. Let the graph
populate for 5 to 10 minutes. Take a screenshot and answer the following question:
What was the peak signal level in dB?
4. Select the 2.4Ghz tab. Take a screenshot and answer the following questions:
Which channels provide the best signal? Why?
5. Select the 5Ghz tab. Take a screenshot and answer the following questions:
If there are any radios transmitting in the 5Ghz
range, which channels provide the best signal? Why?
6. Select the Survey button. Select the co-working space under the “recent projects”. A signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) diagram
should display. Take a screenshot and answer the following questions:
a. Which colors show the worst SNR?
b. Which colors show the best SNR?
7. Select the troubleshooting option. Take a screenshot and answer the following questions:
a. Are there areas that may have connectivity issues? Why?
b. How would you fix any issues that may exist?
Length: 5–7 page technical paper with supporting screenshots. These screenshots must reflect your own work and may not be images taken from external sources.

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Graphs and other detailed information on production cycle must be included.

I am looking for a thesis on the production life cycle of starch from maize and potato. The paper should be focusing the ecological model of the production life cycle. It should involve new digitalization methods to improve the existing production cycle. Graphs and other detailed information on production cycle must be included. This paper might be published in internation journals and will be defending it as my final thesis. Looking for a very professional writer in business management, technology and industrial engineering knowledge

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Some individuals are advocating that there should be a cybersecurity tax that is mandated by governments with all of the money being pooled together and then used to supply citizens with strong cybersecurity defenses, instead of asking users to find their own defenses and purchase them.

Choose one of the following topics for this discussion topic. Post your reply to the topic on this thread. (100 word minimum). Type your answer in the space provided below. Do NOT attach a document to this thread. You will not receive credit for the post if you attach a document to this or any discussion thread:
Reflection: Module 13 Incident Preparation, Response, and Investigation
Many organizations that are ill-prepared for ransomware attacks are forced to pay the ransom in order to unlock their files and return to their normal business procedures. However, the US Department of Treasury has published an official advisory that warns that payments made to specific persons or to any person living in certain countries could subject the payer to financial penalties levied by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Under law, U.S. citizens are prohibited from engaging directly or indirectly in transactions with certain peoples, countries, or organizations. Those prohibited are listed on the OFAC’s Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List and include Cuba, Iran, North Korea, and other countries or regions, and the Treasury Department has been adding several known cyber-threat groups to its designation list. And now the OFAC is threatening organizations that pay a ransom to persons on the list would be liable to civil penalties and fines. Should this apply to paying a ransom to unlock computers?
Reflection: Module 14 Cybersecurity Resilience
Nobody really likes to pay taxes. But suppose there were a tax that was used to provide cybersecurity protection. How much would you be willing to pay to be protected? Would you pay 5 percent? Maybe 10 percent? What about 30 percent: would you pay $1.30 for an item if $0.30 went towards cybersecurity protection? And what if you didn’st want the protection? Could you opt out and just pay $1.00? Some individuals are advocating that there should be a cybersecurity tax that is mandated by governments with all of the money being pooled together and then used to supply citizens with strong cybersecurity defenses, instead of asking users to find their own defenses and purchase them. Would a cybersecurity tax work?

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Why or why not?

From the Module 11, Programming, e-text table of contents, select the link near the bottom named “Issue: Can Computers Think?” After reading the topic post your response to the following questions: Does the Turing Test of machine intelligence make sense to you? Why or why not?
This is a post first discussion in which your response should be at least 200 words. Once you make your post, you will be able to see how your classmates responded. Please respond thoughtfully to at least one of your classmates posts.

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Last year, our team tackled a complex…”).

I will give you my linkin information usuing me
Your Professional Profile Is a Key Element of Your Career. LinkedIn is like your professional billboard on the social media superhighway. Recruiters and potential employers will cruise by before inviting you for an interview. Colleagues can keep track of your status and offer endorsements. Your profile might even get you an invite to a talk show in need of your expertise on a trending topic. Here’s a chance to hone your LinkedIn profile to showcase your talents.
Requirements: For this lab, you’ll need a computer with access to the Internet. You’ll also need a LinkedIn account.
Assignment:
1.
Take stock of your basic LinkedIn profile information.
Begin on your Profile page and check the following:
Your full name includes your middle name or initial.
Your photo looks professional. In it, you should be dressed professionally and smiling.
The Contact Info button should include your current email address.
2.
Get a custom URL:
Under your profile photo, click the Edit icon next to the link that begins www.linkedin.com/pub.
Request a URL that reflects your full name.
3.
Refine your headline.
A LinkedIn headline is a short (120 character) description that highlights your talents. The words in your headline should be selected with care, keeping in mind that recruiters may use the headline as a search field.
There are two basic types of LinkedIn headlines: those with an occupational title and those that showcase your specialty. A specialty headline might be something like “Creative computer programmer | Java is my passion on screen or in a cup.”
Job seekers—especially new entrants or career switchers—may have more success with a showcase-style headline.
Click the Edit icon next to your profile headline. Use the links for “Show examples” and “See what other users in your industry are using” to get ideas about appropriate headlines.
Modify your headline to improve it.
4.
Polish your Experience section.
The Experience section is primarily used to record previous jobs, but it can also be used to showcase volunteer efforts or membership in professional organizations.
For students and recent graduates, jobs, internships, and experiences that contribute to developing career skills are appropriate here.
When entering work experience, be sure to correctly identify your job title, the name of the business, and the dates you were employed.
Try to phrase the job description in terms of PARS:
P – What was a problem or type of problem you worked to solve?
A – What action did you take?
R – What were the results? Did you succeed?
S – What skills did you develop in the process?
When you’ve worked for a business that is a LinkedIn member, its logo may automatically appear when you add it to your experience list.
5.
Add more sections to your profile.
In addition to Experience, LinkedIn offers other sections that you can add to your profile. If you already have a Summary section, skip to the next step.
Look for the “Add a section to your profile” link and click View More.
Sections such as Summary, Education, Skills, Organizations, Honors & Awards, Courses, and Certifications can be particularly useful for recent graduates
Select the Summary section, and then go to step 6.
6.
Add pizzazz to your summary.
The Summary section is your professional bio. Aside from your headline, it is the most frequently read item on your LinkedIn page.
The Summary content is limited to 2,000 words, but you can add photos, videos, documents, and presentations.
Consider these tips for an effective summary:
Write in the first person (e.g., “I’m always looking for new problems to solve. Last year, our team tackled a complex…”).
If you are job hunting, include keywords that are relevant to the position you are seeking.
Write to your target audience, whether it is recruiters, colleagues, or customers.
Keep the tone professional, but friendly.
Break the summary into several short paragraphs, and use bulleted lists for easy reading.
Showcase your accomplishments, your values and passions, and things that make you stand out from your peers.
Include statistics and other quantifiable information about your skills and accomplishments (e.g., “For three years, I managed a $40,000 budget for the local chapter of ACM.”).
Include testimonials from colleagues and supervisors, along with relevant awards.
Add photos, icons, and other media. These can help draw attention to the Summary section and also showcase additional accomplishments.
7
Add your educational credentials.
Add an Education section if your profile does not yet have one.
Fill in the Education section for the school you are currently attending.
If your school is a LinkedIn member, the school’s logo may automatically appear when you click the Save button.
Use the +Add Education button to add more schools, if necessary.
8.
Choose skills so you can get endorsements.
Endorsements are similar to likes, but with a focus on career skills and accomplishments. You select your skill set, and then your LinkedIn connections can endorse your skills. Do the following:
From the “Add a section to your profile” list, select Skills.
Fill out the Skills & Endorsements template as shown below.
Add skills to your list.
Save the completed list.
You can request endorsements by emailing your instructors, friends, and classmates.
Endorse others. They will often reciprocate by endorsing you.
9
Get recommendations.
Letters of recommendation verify your skills, educational background, and work experience. You can request recommendations and link them to other items on your profile.
When asking someone for a recommendation, choose carefully to make sure the recommendation will be positive and well written.
In the upper-right corner of the screen, click your tiny photo and select Privacy & Settings.
Source: LinkedIn © 2017
Choose “Manage your recommendations.” You may have to select “Go to previous version of Settings.”
Choose a job or school item from the list by selecting “Ask for a recommendation.”
Begin entering the name of a LinkedIn member from whom you’d like a recommendation. When the list of your LinkedIn connections appears, choose that person from the list. (If you don’t have a relevant connection, you might want to Cancel for now and skip to activity #10.)
Click the Send button.
10.
Add groups and individuals.
Following industry groups, professional organizations, potential employers, and influencers in your career field is a fantastic way to keep up to date and extend your network. To follow a person or an organization, do the following:
Scroll down to the Following section of your profile.
Click Discover more.
Look through the list and select who or what to follow by clicking the +Follow link.
To hand in:
Upload a link to your LinkedIn page for review.

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Type your answer in the space provided below.

Choose one of the following topics for this discussion topic. Post your reply to the topic on this thread. (100 word minimum). Type your answer in the space provided below. Do NOT attach a document to this thread. You will not receive credit for the post if you attach a document to this or any discussion thread:
Reflection: Module 15 Risk Management and Data Privacy
What are the best ways to prepare for taking the CompTIA Security+ certification exam? There are many different strategies for preparing for a standardized exam like Security+. According to CompTIA these are some of the most common:
Take a course at a school
Study on your own with free Internet resources
Use a textbook to prepare
Take a practice exam
Use online virtual instructor-led training
Studying in a group

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My thesis statement was submitted a week ago and it is “technology was a dream for the past society is now my present career dream

Attached below is what I have written so far. You can add to it or change it completely.
I need 3 personal events that led me to go after a career in technology. My professor wants me to Post a full Rough publish of your essay as an attachment.
Include a brief note for your instructor and fellow students that explains, in detail, at least three specific worries/concerns you have about your paper.
My thesis statement was submitted a week ago and it is “Technology was a dream for the past society is now my present career dream

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– provide a clear and strong recommendation for or against the use of the tool or technology.

For the first assignment, you will be going to write 250-300 words that explain:
– The tool or technology that you selected (this is going to be about Low-Pressure Hydrothermal Processing)
– Your hypothetical organization (Aviation Industry)
– Your hypothetical organization’s field and/or goals (reduce the revenue of aviation operating fees and etc)
*I will attach the example of the first assignment, please follow the format of the example.
For the second assignment, you will submit the Technical Report about the selected topic. The Technical Report must:
– Utilize Tebeaux and Dragga’s “Formal Report” format.
– Cite at least six (6) sources using proper APA formatting.
– Provide a clear and strong recommendation for or against the use of the tool or technology.
– Be at least 1,500 words.
*For this report, you will conduct secondary research on a tool or technology of your choosing and provide a clearly articulated, strong recommendation about whether or not to use that tool or technology in a hypothetical organization.
*I will attach the example of the second assignment as well, please follow the format of the example.
* Once you upload the first assignment I will extend the second assignment’s due date to next week.

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Use bullet points when appropriate.

Use the Turnitin template document to complete your tasks.
1. Task 1: Find a tech topic (should be information technology/information systems related) that you think
is interesting and relevant for the class! Do not choose something that we have already covered.
2. Task 2: As you conduct your research on the topic, you will find useful articles, videos, websites that
provide valuable source material.
– a. Provide us with at least 2 references (typically website research, but it can be traditional print
material). Use a standard citation format
– b. Find an image that you think will go along well with your write up. Tell us why you felt this image
was relevant.
– c. Also tell us where you found the image (the website / URL)
d. Share with us at least 1 link to a video related
to the tech topic (you want to use a link to an
existing video because uploading your own video on WordPress.com
requires upgrading to a
paid account). The video should be from YouTube or Vimeo or another website that WordPress
supports.
3. Task 3: Write a 1-2-page summary of your tech talk using the supplied template document (12-point
font, single-spaced, 1” margins). Include in your write-up:
a. Why did you choose this topic including why is it important and relevant?
b. List the important points about the topic
Use bullet points when appropriate.
NOTE: Originality matters! Please use your own words and do not plagiarize others’ work. We cannot overemphasize the importance of academic integrity (see syllabus for additional details).