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Because Windows Phone 7 was launched three and a half years after the iPhone,

Because Windows Phone 7 was launched three and a half years after the iPhone, it has benefited from the lessons learned by older revisions of iOS.  The latest generation of mobile devices are portable enough to carry at all times, connected to voice and data networks, and contextually aware by using sensors and networks to preemptively complete tasks.  Many of today’s mobile applications are personalized, and are not useful if they can only access the data on the phone.  For a user to get, for example, sports scores, retrieve stock quotes, or perform accounting work, the mobile device needs to communicate with one or more servers, starting with the Window servers. 

How does offline storage impact data between application runs?
Why is it important to setup push channels and notifications?
Identify parallels between iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7 when doing UI and back-end development.

Word Count: 300additional Scholarly source
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Getting Started Professional, industry, or trade journals and magazines are more

Getting Started
Professional, industry, or trade journals and magazines are more specialized than popular journals but are not intended to be scholarly. These types of publications are aimed at experts in the field and/or keen amateurs and the content focuses on news, trends in the field, promotional material etc. Research findings are not typically disseminated here – though they may report that a scholarly publication is forthcoming. These types of publications typically will contain more advertising than a scholarly journal—though it is usually targeted to the field in some way. Examples: Publishers Weekly; Variety; Education Digest. (Evaluating Information Sources, n.d., What is a Trade Publication? section)
For this assignment, you will write for a specialized publication specific to an industry of your selection, one that will support your research and writing for the ADP. You will expand on the previously submitted Industry blog to develop a ‘publishable’ industry journal article.
References
Types of sources. (n.d.). Indiana Wesleyan University Online Campus Library Services. https://ocls.indwes.edu/tutorials/types-of-sources(new tab)(new tab)
Upon successful completion of this assignment, you will be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to write for industry and practitioner journals and websites.
Background Information
Are you looking for some great resources to aid your writing efforts? If so, you might check out professional, industry, and trade journals and magazines specific to the industry selected for your applied doctoral project. Most of the publications should have the editorial guidelines and submissions requirements readily accessible on their website to support authors desiring to submit an article or other form of writing for publication. On the same accessible webpage, there may also be tips and resources for helping you write more effectively. See the example tips for effective writing obtained from the Institute of Management Accountants, publishers of the Strategic Finance management accountant journal.
TIPS FOR [INDUSTRY JOURNAL ARTICLES] EFFECTIVE WRITING
Staff editors carefully edit every manuscript scheduled for publication. They follow a number of general principles in the editing process. Here are some suggestions for effective writing:
Write punchy lead paragraphs that will “grab” readers and pull them into the article.
Avoid long introductions. Get right to the point. Tell the reader exactly what you plan to do.
Avoid jargon and acronyms. Readers don’t like to go back and check their meaning.
Don’t pad your manuscript. It will be obvious to the editor and to the reader—if the editor lets the material stand.
Avoid long, complex sentences. Break a complex thought into two or more sentences.
Don’t assume that the reader knows as much as you do. Carefully explain or define a term that isn’t commonly used or was coined at your company.
Use the active voice, not passive. Instead of writing “It was accomplished in 10 days,” say “We finished the project in 10 days.”
Write a conclusion that sums up your major points and makes a statement on why the article is important to the reader. (SF Editorial Guidelines and Submissions, n.d., Tips for Effective Writing section)
References
Tips for effective writing. (n.d.). SF editorial guidelines and submissions. Strategic Finance.https://sfmagazine.com/editorial-guidelines-submissions/(new tab)
Instructions
Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
Read Part III–chapter 48 (pp. 121–149) in Everybody Writes.
Retrieve your Industry Blog completed in a prior assignment. Be sure to also retrieve the faculty feedback for that submission to support the process of turning your original blog into an industry article.
Access and review How to Turn a Single Blog Post into 10 Fresh Pieces of Content (or more!)(new tab) at the blog site known as Meet Edgar.
Access and review Seven Easy Steps in Writing an Article with Substance(new tab) to establish your ‘game plan’ for completing the article timely and well.
Obtain the link to the editorial guidelines and submissions for at least one industry or trade journal, preferably the industry journal for which you might someday submit an article for review and publication based on your ADP.

Refer to the list of industry journals obtained for the blog assignment.
Access the example guidelines from Strategic Finance Editorial Guidelines and Submissions(new tab)—a publication serving the needs of management accountants.

Access and review some of the articles contained in the selected industry or trade journal publication to become more familiar with the journal and its accepted submissions.
Complete the Industry Article assignment, selecting a topic/focus that will be beneficial for your ADP:

Establish a plan for how best to complete the written assignment timely and well using the available downloadable resources and others accessible to you.
Select a topic that closely matches the prior Industry Blog or is a spin-off of the blog topic using some of the prior assignment content and a few of the resources.
Write the article in the range of 1,200 to 1,500 words, single-spaced, with double spacing between paragraphs and graphic content (e.g., a figure or table).
Integrate content from at least seven sources appropriate for the focus of the study and the targeted industry journal. Conduct a more significant literature review as needed.
Incorporate at least one quality graphic item (i.e., infographics, table, chart, list, diagram, picture, figure, etc.).
Research how to write catchy headlines and blog titles that capture readers’ attention, and draft a working title.

Use single line space with double-spacing between paragraphs and graphics. Format per APA for all else.
Edit, edit, edit using Word spelling and Grammar checker, Grammarly, and other helpful means.
Submit your article as a Word document by the end of the workshop. Include the following in the notes field in Brightspace for the written assignment:

the title of the article,
the name and NAICS code for the selected industry, and
the name and hyperlink for at least one industry journal editorial guidelines and submissions criteria.

LOOK AHEAD: Please note that in activity 8.1 you will be asked to submit your Industry Article for peer review by DAY TWO of the Workshop.

  Complete Challenge Activities 5.1.1 – 5.7.1 in zyBooks. You are graded on the

 
Complete Challenge Activities 5.1.1 – 5.7.1 in zyBooks. You are graded on the accuracy of your performance for these activities and have unlimited attempts. The highlight of the blue chevron will indicate that all steps have been completed accurately.
5.1 Syntax and variables
5.2 Arithmetic
5.3 Conditionals
5.4 Loops
5.5 Functions
5.6 Arrays
5.7 String Object
 
Wk 4 – Apply: Wk 4 – JavaScript Fundamentals Lab [due Day 7]

   Write a research paper on the following topic: Describe a company that is usi

  
Write a research paper on the following topic:
Describe a company that is using social networking to stay competitive. Indicate the way its business is affected using social networking.
Notes:
Paper should relate to some of the related concepts as specified in chapter 8 and chapter extension 3, 11. Besides, appropriate concepts outlined in other chapters can also be included to substantiate the paper (See the attached Slides).
Make sure the paper focuses on the issues raised by the assignment topic. Section the paper as suggested in the template below so that it is easy to understand and follow. Make each template requirement as section title in the paper. The template structure is as follows:
· Describe what is social networking in general.
· Describe how social networking makes business competitive.
· Describe some company and its working/competitive environment. Anytime a company is described, make sure the company description provides details like its products, its history, etc. even if the company is widely known.
· Describe how social networking features are making the selected company competitive. Provide instances of social networking applications utilized by the selected company that are properly referenced.
References should be numbered in the References section of the submission. A reference should include the author(s) name, date/year of publication, title, page numbers (if any), journal/publication outlet, and URL (if available). URLs by themselves are not a substitute for complete reference. In the paper, references should be cited by the number in the references section within square brackets, eg. [3] for single reference or [1, 2, 3] for multiple references.

This week our focus is on data mining. In the article this week, we focus on de

This week our focus is on data mining. In the article this week, we focus on deciding whether the results of two different data mining algorithms provides significantly different information.  Therefore, answer the following questions:
When using different data algorithms, why is it fundamentally important to understand why they are being used?
If there are significant differences in the data output, how can this happen and why is it important to note the differences?
Who should determine which algorithm is “right” and the one to keep?  Why?
Word Count: 300additional Scholarly source
Strict APA 7 format

Since this is a paper-based exercise, you can assume the organization to be any

Since this is a paper-based exercise, you can assume the organization to be any business entity that maintains a database of customer data. You can imagine yourself being hired as an Info Security consultant to perform a security audit of the organization’s IT infrastructure. For your project report describe your assessment of the security measures currently in place and recommend any needed improvements to ensure better IT security in the organization. Please see attachment for further details. 

Getting Started The Industry Article written in the previous workshop provided y

Getting Started
The Industry Article written in the previous workshop provided you with an opportunity to explore an academic topic of your choosing based on the needs of your applied doctoral project and or a specific business-related topic of interest. As you wait for feedback from your facilitator, you will actively pursue feedback from your fellow classmates by sharing a draft of the article for peer review. Consider this submission an opportunity to strengthen and enhance your writing skills as well as collaborate with peers through the sharing of insights and the exchange of recommendations to enhance one another’s writing.  
For this assignment, you will submit your Industry Article for review by another student. Likewise, you will also conduct a review of another student’s article. Throughout the review process, seek to incorporate the knowledge and information you have gleaned from the texts and resources and writing practice in this course. This task affords you the benefit of a peer review where multivariant perspectives and viewpoints are used to analyze and critique your work in a safe, productive, and collegial way—as you reciprocate in the same process. There is no expectation that anyone is an expert; indeed, the goal of this assignment is to share and receive feedback and affirm good writing habits.  
Upon successful completion of this discussion, you will be able to:
Demonstrate doctoral level writing skills.
Background Information
Learn More about Becoming a Certified Reviewer
Want to learn more about becoming a certified reviewer? Seek sage advice from other peer reviewers who are in-the-know. Check out the scholarly PUBLONS(new tab) website housing a lot of resources, and even a free academy for wanna-be reviewers.  
Susanne van der Veene’s quick-read post: Why is Peer Review important?(PDF document)
Publons Academy(new tab) — a free training program with certification following successful completion of 10 modules. Learn to be a reviewer!  
Discover journals and conferences(new tab) on Publons.
Look up other reviewers(new tab) — some with hundreds of reviews to their credit.
Connect at #PeerViews(new tab) to gain advice from the pros.
Instructions
Review the rubric to make sure you understand the criteria for earning your grade.
Review The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking: Concepts and Tools.
Read chapters 49–59 (pp. 150–180) in Everybody Writes.
Upload your Industry Article assignment as a Word document by DAY TWO (2) to give your student reviewer ample time to complete their review. Include the following in the initial discussion post which will help to establish context for the reviewer and others in the course.

the title of the article,
the name and NAICS code for the selected industry, and
the name and hyperlink for at least one industry journal editorial guidelines and submissions criteria.
Write a paragraph for the initial post to include the title of the article and summarization of it to help establish context for the reviewer and other readers in the course.
The instructor will assign each student to a specific student paper for conducting a peer review. Do not conduct a peer review until the instructor has assigned you an article.

Download the Article Peer-Review Template(Word document).
Download the Industry Article assigned for your peer review.
Complete the peer review using the template as the guide, following the prompts below:

Carefully read the instructions on the Article Peer-Review Template.
Insert your full name in the header or the footer of the blank template.
Save a copy of the template for use when conducting the peer review.
For the file-naming convention, use:
(Reviewer Last Name (You)_Abbreviated Title of the Article_Other Student’s Last Name           
Example: Jones_Falling Profits in the Airline Industry_Jackson
Complete the template in its entirety, assessing the other student’s article based on the critical thinking intellectual standards criteria, as adopted from The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking, and the other comment sections in the template.
Include appropriate, evidence-based, honest and respectful feedback using single-line spacing in the areas provided in the template.
Once the review is completed, review and edit, then save each Word document template as a PDF file.

Submit a PDF copy of your peer review in the discussion forum by the end of the workshop.

Write a brief paragraph response in the discussion forum summarizing your peer review to the student.
Upload the PDF copy of the completed Peer-Review Template to the discussion response.
You are encouraged to engage in dialogue with other students as well in the discussion forum.

Please answer the below questions in 250 word limit in APA format with 2 in text

Please answer the below questions in 250 word limit in APA format with 2 in text citations
You own a small business and have five full-time employees. You suspect that one of your employees is spending a significant part of their workday browsing the web rather than working. Would you consider using software to monitor employee computer activity? Discuss your thoughts/feelings about employee monitoring. 
Need to respond to one classmate post. The response should be in 150 word limit (please see attached document for classmate post)

Company Name: Alphabet Symbol: GOOG  Please answer Part A, Part B and Part C I

Company Name: Alphabet
Symbol: GOOG 
Please answer Part A, Part B and Part C
I have attached the PPT for ratios calculation please use that PPT for calculating the ratios
Part A: Compute the following ratios for two years. You may use Excel to compute your ratios.
1.     Debt ratio
2.     Gross profit margin
3.     Free cash flow
4.     Times interest earned
5.     Accounts receivable turnover
6.     Inventory turnover
Part B: Prepare a DuPont Analysis of ROE for two years, including computations of
1.     Return on Sales
2.     Asset Turnover
3.     Return on Assets
4.     Financial Leverage
5.     Return on Equity
Evaluate the ratio trends. Your evaluation should be consistent with your calculations for the two (2) years.
Part C: 
Write a 5-6 page report evaluating trends in all of the above ratios. Discuss whether your company’s profitability, efficiency, liquidity, and solvency are improving or deteriorating. Suggest ways the company can improve the ratios that show problems. The report should be well written with a cover page, introduction, the body of the paper (with appropriate subheadings), conclusion, and reference page. References must be appropriately cited. Use APA throughout.
Format: Double-spaced, one-inch margins, using a 12-point Times New Roman font.

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