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5 In-Demand Careers of the Future You Should Know About
5 In-Demand Careers of the Future You Should Know About



           banking introduction in English Transcript   today the banking industry is considered the backbone of the economy and has a major contribution to its growth it's also the main driver for currency and financial stability but how did

          the story of banking start, the Terramax Bank is derived from the old Italian word Banca meaning a bench it referred to the public benches where money changers used to sit for exchanging coins or bills in the marketplace but it's the

          Goldsmith's of 17th century London who developed banking in its modern form the Goldsmith who used to store wealthy clients goals in their private vaults soon began to lend this field to others in exchange for a promissory note and the

          payment of an interest charge that was the big game of banking as we know it today so what is the general role of bank depositors or people with money surplus place their money at the bank to earn a return through the credit

          interest borrowers or people with a shortage of money on the other hand are willing to pay interest on the money the bank is lending them to accomplish the objective they're seeking and how do banks make profit a bank’s primary

          source of revenue comes from the difference between the interest it's paying to depositors and the one it's earning from borrowers a bank also makes a profit from charging fees or commissions for services but granted by the bank to its

           customers and from investments so why are banks regulated banks collect funds from depositors in the form of small size deposits and repackage them into larger sized loans borrowers on the other hand might not be able to repay the money

          they've borrowed from the bank in addition to that banks sometimes invest deposits in risky assets if all of these reasons explain the major role of central banks in protecting depositors money by monitoring the adequate level of

          riskiness the bank is taken what is the role of central banks oversee monetary policy to implementing specific goals such as currency stability low inflation and full employment they determine the interest rates that influence

          the bank's pricing schemes and the economies money supply they issue currency and grant authorization to establish banks central banks also impose a threshold for capital requirements and place reserve requirements to ensure liquidity in

          the crisis the mode they shape lending policies through margin requirements and other tools and they act as a lender of last resort to finance banks that need liquidity today several types of banks exist to answer the different needs of

          consumers and to give them a choice in the way they manage their money a retail bank for example provides services to individuals commercial and corporate banks serve small to midsize businesses and large enterprises investment banks

          specialize in large and complex financial transactions private banks offer a personalized financial and banking service to high net worth individuals so what do we know today about the future of banking direct channels such as mobile and

          the Internet is becoming increasingly important in retail banking as they are in our every day's life customers today expect financial firms to listen to respond and offer services through social media customers across all segments expect

          highly personalized convenient and reliable service along with 24/7 accessibility banking is no longer somewhere you go but something you do you



Information Technology


          information technology introduction English information technology as the use of computers to store retrieve transmit and manipulate data or information often in the context of a business or other enterprise IT is considered to be a

          subset of information and communications technology humans have been storing retrieving manipulating and communicating information since the Sumerians in Mesopotamia developed writing in about 3000 BC but the term information technology

          in its modern sense first appeared in a 1958 article published in the Harvard Business Review authors Harold J Leavitt and Thomas L Whistler commented that the new technology does not yet have a single established name we shall call it

           information technology their definition consists of three categories techniques for processing the application of statistical and mathematical methods to decision making and the simulation of higher-order thinking through computer

          programs the term is commonly used as a synonym for computers and computer networks but it also encompasses other information distribution technologies such as television and telephones several products or services within an economy are

          associated with information technology including computer hardware software electronics semiconductors internet telecom equipment and e-commerce based on the storage and processing technologies employed it is possible to distinguish four

          distinct phases of IT development pre mechanical electromechanical and electronic this article focuses on the most recent period which began in about 1940


Digital Marketing


           digital marketing introduction in English digital marketing is one of those terms that's shrouded in confusion and seems to mean something different to everyone it's also been made to seem way more complicated than it actually is which

           is a shame really as it's really pretty straightforward and that's what in today's episode we're diving in headfirst to uncover what exactly is the digital marketing and how does it all work hello and welcome my name is Admin 360 and you're

          Reading the Lilies. tech show where we take different marketing tactics tools tips and strategies and break them down into bite-sized actionable clips that you can use to immediately take your business to the next level so what is

           digital marketing well as simple as this is gonna sound digital marketing is just marketing using digital tools and marketing is nothing more than communicating value to your customers so digital marketing is therefore if communicating

value to your customers using digital tools that's it so now that we've got that covered the real question is what digital tools are available and how do they differ from traditional marketing tools the first thing to do is understand

          the difference between traditional and digital marketing traditional marketing relies on tools and mediums like the newspaper radio TV magazines billboards Direct Mail and any form of print really digital on the other hand is made up of

           tools like search engine marketing social media content marketing like blogging articles or video creation email marketing and online pay-per-click advertising when you're talking about traditional versus digital marketing you're talking

          about the tools more than the strategy behind them and more accurately you're talking about which form of media you're going to use to communicate your message on a traditional one or a digital one so does traditional marketing work

           absolutely when done well and strategically designed and executed on traditional marketing can still provide good results by 10 this is a pretty big but when compared to digital marketing more often than not traditional simply doesn't

          have a chance it's because digital marketing on average is more cost-efficient effective and allows you to measure monitor analyze and test and a much better and much faster rate the key to maximizing your marketing budget and results is

          to first leverage all available digital options and then start looking at alternative traditional opportunities as consumer media consumption trends continue to shift dramatically away from traditional and towards more and more digital

          content there will be a time soon where we no longer refer to it as digital marketing and simply call it what it is marketing so thanks so much for watching if you enjoyed this episode be sure to subscribe to the website

             give it a thumbs up and if you have any questions comments or suggestions for a For future video be sure to leave them in the comment section below if you'd like more content like this and head over to Adam Earhart calm because this is where I share my best tips tricks.




           Robotics introduction in English Hey everyone how are you all learn intro with just robotics in today's post we gonna answer the question what is robotics so what is robotics so basically robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering.

            Consisting of mechanical engineering electronics engineering computer science engineering and information science engineering in other word robotics was first coined by Isaac Asimov way back in 1940 and Isaac Asimov formulated.

           the Three Laws of Robotics now let's take a look at the Three Laws of Robotics the first law of robotics states that a robot may not injure a human being or through inaction allow a human being to come to harm now let's take a look at the second level.

            cortex which states that a robot must follow the commands are given by a human being follow that this command doesn't conflict with the first law of robotics the third law of robotics states that a robot must defend its own survival provided that.

           it doesn't conflict with the first law and the second law of robotics now since we are talking about robotics let's understand what is the actual meaning of a robot in other word robot comes from the Slavic word robot which means work or labor so what is basically.

            just a machine that can be programmed to do a complex series of actions so you see every robot is a machine but every machine is not a robot so there are three pillars of robotic status sense think and act so if a machine can sense think and act only then it can be called a robot so machine.

             can be only classified as a robot if it can sense think and act so now let's take a look at the three pillars of robotics in detail point number one sense now we human beings sense the environment around us with the help of sense organs however, a robot senses any online around it with the help of sensors now robot utilize.

            the sensors to gather the information about its environment point number two think we human beings think with help of the brain however a robot processes the information and things with the help of microcontrollers and microprocessors.

            now boy number three acts now we human beings use in the legs and arm so carrying out various actions however a robot uses motors and various other actuators for carrying out actions now an actuator is basically just a machine.

            that can convert energy from one form into another in case of a robot it converts energy from electrical energy into an actual mechanical moment so a machine can be classified as a robot only if it can sense think and act at the same time if it can only do one of these activities it is not a reward it's just a machine so the robot can sense pink and guys.


Cyber Security


            cyber security introduction English so let's talk about cybersecurity at a very high level and look at the purpose of security so if you've done any research on security in general you'll probably see these terms quite frequently information security information assurance system security.

           cybersecurity there's a there's so many different names and terms that apply to pretty much the same thing at a very deep technical level there are certainly differences between information security or InfoSec and IA but at a very high level.

           there's really no difference it's really one At the same, you're still focused on the same thing so cyber security can be defined as the techniques and practices designed to protect data and when we talk data we're talking about digital data so data that's stored transmitted or used on an information system, after all, that's.

           what the attackers are after they're after the data the network or the computers or the servers or any of those things those are just mechanisms to get to the data so you know a lot of people get confused about security is I need to lockdown.

           this computer or I need to change my password I need to do all these things right and those are all protective mechanisms to keep people from accessing data so when a hacker or an attacker is coming into your system or trying to get something.

            they're trying to get the data they're not trying to get your computer they're not trying to get your phone they're trying to get your data and that is exactly what we're trying to protect so what are we protecting data from really.

           what you're trying to protect data from is unauthorized access unauthorized modification and unauthorized deletion now you'll see terms Vannucci quality integrity and availability of those three terms are pretty synonymous with security those are the core three terms that you'll see and you'll see it called the CIA triad or the ica triad and those are the core principles of security.

           when you're talking about unauthorized access you're talking about you don't want people to see data which is keep it confidential right keep it secret you don't want anyone seeing the data unless they're authorized to do so the same with changing.

           the data modifying it that protects the integrity of the data and lastly, you don't want anybody deleting data or you want it to be available so they're pretty simple concepts but believe it or not it's very complex when you get into actually implementing these on an information system and implementing security using these principles but at its core again.

            these are the three main principles unauthorized access unauthorized modification and unauthorized deletion is exactly what you're defending so let me give you a couple examples of each one of them, an example of access is anyone using a computer or device like a mobile device a phone a tablet or getting into an actual folder or directory that contains files getting into those files or executing a software application.

            running a software application every user that does this needs to be authorized to do so you need to tightly control that to make sure that whoever is opening devices or using devices or opening files is authorized to do so and the same with modification.

           anybody changing a computer or device changing the configuration of the computer or device the same as changing the configuration of a folder or directory you can actually modify permissions who can get in who can get out you don't want anybody changing those unless they're authorized to do it same with files and software applications so it's very important to control.

           who can modify things on your information system and lastly you don't want anybody deleting anything unless they're authorized to do it right so if you go to use the data that you need access to and it's not there hey who deleted that I don't know you need to know it's important that must be probably in my opinion.

          this is probably one of the more important principles are the availability or the deletion of data you want to make sure that that data that system whatever it is is available when your customers or when you need to use it so in closing.

           I wanted to add this awesome picture I found this on the internet and thought it was hilarious you know a guy just napping and you know hanging out and I just wanted to drive.

           home the principles of you really want to make sure that you're vigilant and that you're protecting it gets unauthorized access modification and deletion so be the opposite of this guy