Where are the largest web attacks originating? What is the most common attack vector being used? The Akamai Intelligent Platform delivers more than 2 trillion Internet interactions, protects web applications, and mitigates multiple DDoS attacks each day. We’re able to leverage this data to share an informed view into Internet security metrics, including daily threat levels by industry and region, countries launching the web attacks, and the most common Internet attack methods.
Web Attack Visualization Link:
Micro Lessons using our Instagram Photos #InstagramMicroLessons in our courses.
One week after Hurricane Irma crossed Florida from the Keys to our home in Jacksonville, Florida, we collected several lessons to be used in our Management courses this coming week. We are going to use our Instagram pictures to follow the hurricane and share our thoughts, analyses, and decisions to protect our family and friends. We were in our bunker (condo) hosting a family of five friends who evacuated Miami.
Here are the points that we are covering in our courses:
- Emergency Preparedness #GlobalManagement
- Weather Data Analysis #GlobalSystems
- City Leaders During Storms #GlobalLeadership
Follow @DrLepervanche via Instagram for more #InstagramMicroLessons
This week we will add some of these points to our weekly discussion. Have a great week.
Google Maps use this kind of cars to take pictures and videos to collect data for their street views. You may see one of Google Street View cars in your city or town. Here is one we found in Jacksonville, Florida.
This is the information about our guest lecturer who is coming to our ISM4011 class. She is our third guest lecturer this academic year in our Global Learning Series. Elizabeth Voelkel is Program Manager for Mercedes-Benz USA Telematics based in Jacksonville. Her expertise and functions are aligned with our ISM4011 learning objectives. Her topics are: connected systems, data analysis, management of databases, project management, digital marketing, and systems safety.
Global Learning Series is one the Global Learning Opportunities: Bridges and Engagement (GLOBE) educational activities created to bring global speakers and activities to our classrooms. GLOBE is our educational model created to facilitate global collaboration and creative learning methods inside and outside the classroom. The objective is to find real managers or leaders and Global Learning Opportunities useful to our courses or programs, build Bridges by connecting speakers, presenters, facilitators or influencers with courses or FSCJ programs, and produce Engagement by creating active and continuous collaboration. Visit www.globallearningnews.com for more. GLOBE was introduced during FSCJ AdjunctPalooza 2016.
Here is Elizabeth Voelkel’s bio:
The Machine is Us/ing Us (Final Version) | Digital Ethnography This video was published in 2007 and many things have changed. However, it is a great to explore digital text, web development, and web 2.0. How is the machine using us today?
Source: The Machine is Us/ing Us (Final Version) | Digital Ethnography – Free Campus
More businesses are acknowledging the importance of big data and its critical role in helping companies make key decisions and deliver competitive strategies. However, what are the applications, implications, challenges and opportunities of big data, and how is this growing power governed?
Source: Towards A Big Data Era | Explore Taylor & Francis Online
Ramon Molano spoke to our ISM4011 Management of Information Systems class several years ago. He manages the office in Miami and his customers are located in Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean and parts of Europe. He has more than 25 years working in this industry. Superior Sewing Machine and Supply‘s headquarters are in New York with offices in Miami and Los Angeles.
Ramon Molano is back to Florida State College at Jacksonville – Deerwood Center to speak about Virtual Offices Management, communications, procurement and customers relations software, and business continuity. He frequently travels to visit his remote offices and customers. His personal office goes with him.
Jacksonville is a global city with big corporations and small companies. They conduct global operations thanks to current communications and information technologies.
Join our students of ISM4011 to continue our Global Learning Series.
Deerwood Professors: email Dr. Jose Lepervanche if you want to bring your class and find a large classroom. Deerwood Students: email Dr. Lepervanche to reserve your seat. (Subject: Virtual Offices Management).
Global Learning Series is one the Global Learning Opportunities: Bridges and Engagement (GLOBE) educational activities created to bring global speakers and activities to our classrooms. GLOBE is an educational model to facilitate global collaboration and creative learning methods inside and outside the classroom. The objective is to find Global Learning Opportunities that are useful to our courses or programs, build Bridges by connecting speakers, presenters, and facilitators with courses or FSCJ programs, and produce Engagement by creating active and continuous collaboration. Visit www.globallearningnews.com for more. GLOBE was introduced during FSCJ AdjunctPalooza 2016.