Your company is currently planning to automate many different system administration tasks. Your manager has asked you to research a system administration task and implement it using VBScript. In addition, your manager would like to see both a proposal that describes the system administration task and a complete VBScript solution with sample output runs. In today’s technical environment, IT professionals often are dislocated from their managers and peers, however, it is important to retain strong communication channels using technology. Some workers work alone (telecommuters) while some may be on a team (virtual teams). Regardless of the modality, being able to get information to the right people is key. The topics to be covered in the project are: 1. Source Code with detailed comments 2. Source Code should contain a minimum 5 topics such as: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 1. Explain the output along with screenshots of the output
**need asap Part 1: PMI Code of Conduct and Professional Conduct Analysis Business: Kennbuons Health Center is a health facility which offers health services to its clients. Recently. The management of Kennbuons Health Center recommended a project which will infuse the use of artificial intelligence in the provision of its services to the clients. This will ensure that the effectiveness of the services provided is enhanced. Below are the phases of the project. Conduct an analysis of the PMI Code of Conduct and Professional Conduct methodology based of the business above . Develop a 2–3-page summary for the following:
Read/review the following resources for this activity: Kant’s famous First Formulation of the Categorical Imperative reads, “Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.” Kant taught morality as a matter of following maxims of living that reflect absolute laws. “Universal” is a term that allows for no exceptions, and what is universal applies always and everywhere. Don’t forget about the second formulation of the categorical imperative which states, “Act in such a way that you treat humanity, whether in your own person or in the person of another, always at the same time as an end and never simply as a means.” It is just as important. For the initial post, address one of the following sets of questions: Respond to at least one peer. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.
You are the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) at your organization. As the CHRO, one of your primary roles is to be the workforce strategist. Your organization is planning to expand business operations to your neighboring state by opening an office. As a result of this expansion, your organization needs to make sure that the best and brightest employees are recruited to fill key roles at the new office. Write a 7-10 page research paper using APA style outlining the steps involved in recruiting the staff at the new office. Grading Criteria: Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it
This week’s journal articles focus on transformational leadership and knowledge and knowledge sharing within an organization, review these concepts and answer the following questions: 1. How do trustworthy and ethical leaders enhance knowledge sharing in organizations? How does this impact the rate of information technology implementations? How does this impact data management within organizations? 2. How does servant leadership assist with transferring knowledge in an organization? 3. When thinking about data analytics, how does transformational leadership assist with building good data structures? Google Scholar is also a great source for research. be sure that journal articles are peer-reviewed and are published within the last five years. The paper should meet the following requirements: · 4 pages in length (not including title page or references) · APA guidelines must be followed. The paper must include a cover page, an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion. · A minimum of five peer-reviewed journal articles. The writing should be clear and concise. Headings should be used to transition thoughts. Don’t forget that the grade also includes the quality of writing.
Be sure and read about the Hays Model (2008) before posting this discussion, and be sure to include all aspects of this discussion, including: Review the posts of at least two peers and start a discussion about how this activity had an impact on your mutual willingness to share sensitive information with one another, or you may compare and contrast elements of identity between you, or both. Remember, all of your discussion posts are expected to be written at a graduate level, be free from typos and spelling errors, and follow standard English grammar. You will need to support your points with in-text citations and references in APA style. This may include your readings for this course, but also outside scholarly sources that you obtain relevant to this discussion from our library. Your initial response to each discussion question must be posted by the deadline set in Faculty Expectations. By responding early in the week, you are recognizing that some people work weekends and have midweek off to do their coursework. You are providing those learners with something to respond to, which allows them to fulfill their obligation to the course.
dq 1 In 200-250 words, analyze the basic issues of human biology as they relate to chronic conditions and describe the interaction between disability, disease, and behavior. Examine and discuss the impact of biological health or illness on social, psychological, and physical problems from the micro, mezzo, and macro perspectives. Choose a chronic condition from those provided in your text and consider how you might feel, think, and behave differently if the condition were affecting you versus if the condition were affecting a stranger. How might you think differently about this chronic condition if it were affecting someone close to you, your neighbor, or someone in your community? include at least two supporting scholarly resources. Prior to completing this discussion, read Chapter 9 in the textbook, the document, and review any relevant Instructor Guidance. Our stage of life, intellectual/cognitive abilities, and sociocultural position in life, affect our perspectives and resultant behaviors about a number of conditions including cancer. Consider the information provided in the document. Both Ella and Elías have been diagnosed with cancer. Ella has been fighting cancer with complementary and alternative methods with some success for many years. Elías, her grandson, is 10 years old and has recently been diagnosed with leukemia but has not yet begun treatment. Putting yourself in either Ella or Elías’s place, what might your perspective on your cancer be? Integrate how the stage of life, cognitive abilities, and sociocultural position of your chosen person impacts her/his perspective on his/her individual disease. Read several of your classmates’ posts and respond to at least two of your peers. Did your classmates select the same or different individual? Respond to similarities and differences in your perspective and your classmates’ perspectives. Taking on the role of either Elías’s mother or Ella’s husband, comment on how your perspective of the disease differs from your classmates’ perspectives. Share any additional insights you have after reading these different perspectives. Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it
Write a 1- to 2-page paper or create a 6- to 8-slide presentation with visuals and speaker notes about how you are connected to the physical-network layer of the cyber domain. Identify the devices in your home that are connected to a network, such as your phone, computers, or other networked devices. Explain how those devices are connected to a larger network, such as a cellular provider or ISP. Discuss at least 3 threats to you and your connected networks. Format any references according to APA guidelines. Typical devices I have connected to my house are as follows: Modem from ISP (Wave) Orbi Router – plus 2 satellites 5 laptops 2 smart TV’s 14 FEIT Smart dimmable light switches 4 FEIT/Wemo smart plugs 5 Alexa’s Garage Opener unit 1 networked printer Dual Microwave/Oven smart appliance 2 Roomba Vacuum Cleaners
Due Week 4 and worth 200 points Use the Internet to research one (1) developing nation of your choice. Your research should include an examination of the effects that war and peace have on the distribution of foreign aid, as well as the material covered by the Webtext and lectures in Weeks 1 through 3. Write a three to four (3-4) page research paper in which you: 1. Assess the positive and negative effects that peace and war, respectively, have on the distribution of foreign aid in the developing country that you have selected. Support your response with concrete examples of each of the results that you have cited. 2. Analyze the specific actions that the leadership of the selected country has taken, through the use of its foreign aid from donor nations and international lending institutions, to relieve the severe problems caused by warfare. 3. Discuss whether or not the extension of foreign aid has successfully reduced poverty and the incidence of warfare in the selected country. Support your response with examples. 4. Use at least five (5) quality academic resources in this assignment. Wikipedia, blogs, and other nonacademic websites do not qualify as academic resources. Approval of resources is at the instructor’s discretion. Resources must also be within the last seven (7) years. When referencing the selected resources, use the following format: · · · Name of the author. Name of title. Retrieved from website url. · · Understanding development (4th ed.). (2016). Asheville, NC: Soomo Learning. Available from: . · · · Name of the Author. Name of the lecture [lecture type]. Retrieved from lecture url. · · Strayer University. (2013). Understanding Development [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from . · · · Author’s Name. (Date of publication). . Retrieved from website url. · · Wuestewald, Eric. (2014). . Retrieved from . Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: · Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. · Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: · Analyze how funding in the form of aid, investment, and loans moves from industrialized nations to the developing world to alleviate the problems caused by warfare. · Use technology and information resources to research issues in sociology of developing countries. · Write clearly and concisely about sociology of developing countries using proper writing mechanics. Click
Answer these three questions based on the article below: The social, moral, and intellectual blessings of a Pacific railroad can hardly be glanced at within the limits of an article. Suffice it for the present that I merely suggest them. 1. Our mails are now carried to and from California by steamships, via Panama, in twenty to thirty days, starting once a fortnight. The average time of transit from writers throughout the Atlantic states to their correspondents on the Pacific exceeds thirty days. With a Pacific railroad, this would be reduced to ten; for the letters written in Illinois or Michigan would reach their destinations in the mining counties of California quicker than letters sent from New York or Philadelphia would reach San Francisco. With a daily mail by railroad from each of our Atlantic cities to and from California, it is hardly possible that the amount of both letters and printed matter transmitted, and consequently of postage, should not be speedily quadrupled. 2. The first need of California to-day is a large influx of intelligent, capable, virtuous women. With a railroad to the Pacific, avoiding the miseries and perils of six thousand miles of ocean transportation, and making the transit a pleasant and interesting overland journey of ten days, at a reduced cost, the migration of this class would be immensely accelerated and increased. With wages for all kinds of women’s work at least thrice as high on the Pacific as in this quarter, and with larger opportunities for honorable and fit settlement in life, I cannot doubt that tens of thousands would annually cross the Plains, to the signal benefit of California and of the whole country, as well as the improvement of their own fortunes and the profit of the railroad. 3. Thousands now staying in California, expecting to “go home” so soon as they shall have somewhat improved their circumstances, would send or come for their families and settle on the Pacific for life, if a railroad were opened. Tens of thousands who have been to California and come back, unwilling either to live away from their families or to expose them to the present hardships of migration thither, would return with all they have, prepared to spend their remaining days in the land of gold, if there were a Pacific railroad. 4. Education is the vital want of California, second to its need of true women. School-books, and all the material of education, are now scarce and dear there. Almost all books sell there twice as high as here, and many of the best are scarcely attainable at any rate. With the Pacific railroad, all this would be changed for the better. The proportion of school-houses to grogshops would rapidly increase. All the elements of moral and religious melioration would be multiplied. Tens of thousands of our best citizens would visit the Pacific coast, receiving novel ideas and impressions, to their own profit and that of the people thus visited. Civilization, intelligence, refinement, on both sides of the mountain–still more, in the Great Basin inclosed by them–would receive a new and immense impulse, and the Union would acquire a greater accession of strength, power, endurance, and true glory, than it would from the acquisition of the whole continent down to Cape Horn. The only points of view in which a railroad from the Missouri to the Pacific remains to be considered are those of its practicability, cost, location, and the ways and means. Let us look at them: I. As to practicability, there is no room for hesitation or doubt. The Massachusetts Western, the Erie, the Pennsylvania, and the Baltimore and Ohio, have each encountered difficulties as formidable as any to be overcome by a Pacific railroad this side of the Sierra Nevada. Were the railroad simply to follow the principal emigrant trail up the Platte and down the Snake and Columbia to Oregon, or south-westwardly from the South Pass to the foot of the Sierra, it would encounter no serious obstacle. . . . But let that government simply resolve that the Pacific road shall be built–let Congress enact that sealed proposals for its construction shall be invited, and that whichever responsible company or corporation shall offer adequate security for that construction, to be completed within ten years, on the lowest terms, shall have public aid, provided the amount required do not exceed fifty millions of dollars, and the work will be done, certainly for fifty millions’ bonus, probably for much less. The government on its part should concede to the company a mile in width, according to the section lines, of the public lands on either side of the road as built, with the right to take timber, stone and earth from any public lands without charge; and should require of said company that it carry a daily through-mail each way at the price paid other roads for conveying mails on first-class routes; and should moreover stipulate for the conveyance at all times of troops, arms, munitions, provisions, etc., for the public service, at the lowest rates, with a right to the exclusive possession and use of the road whenever a national exigency shall seem to require it. The government should leave the choice of route entirely to the company, only stipulating that it shall connect the navigable waters of the Mississippi with those of the Pacific Ocean, and that it shall be constructed wholly through our own territory. . . . By adopting this plan, the rivalries of routes will be made to work for, instead of working against, the construction of the road. Strenuous efforts will be made by the friends of each to put themselves in position to bid low enough to secure the location; and the lowest rate at which the work can safely be undertaken will unquestionably be bid. The road will be the property of the company constructing it, subject only to the rights of use, stipulated and paid for by the government. And, even were it to cost the latter a bonus of fully fifty millions, I feel certain that every farthing of that large sum will have been reimbursed to the treasury within five years after the completion of the work in the proceeds of land sales, in increased postages, and in duties on goods imported, sold, and consumed because of this railroad–not to speak of the annual saving of millions in the cost of transporting and supplying troops. Men and brethen! let us resolve to have a railroad to the Pacific–to have it soon. It will add more to the strength and wealth of our country than would the acquisition of a dozen Cubas. It will prove a bond of union not easily broken, and a new spring to our national industry, prosperity and wealth. It will call new manufactures into existence, and increase the demand for the products of those already existing. It will open new vistas to national and to individual aspiration, and crush out filibusterism by giving a new and wholesome direction to the public mind. My long, fatiguing journey was undertaken in the hope that I might do something toward the early construction of the Pacific Railroad; and I trust that it has not been made wholly in vain.