EMC’s Information Intelligence Group is focused on helping customers transform their business with software and cloud solutions that connect information to work. It’s our mission statement, but even more important, it’s our sole focus.For our enterprise customers, all work is knowledge work. By work we mean the processes and collaboration that drive the daily activity of our customers. Examples of work are processing a loan, answering a customer service complaint, testing a drug, using a design document to repair an aircraft, designing a new car by sharing new ideas with teams, inside and outside the firewall, or accessing the latest price list, whether the worker is at her desktop or on the go. In each of these cases, the work is only productive if all the information needed is available when and where it is needed.Wrapping Information, Process, and Collaboration with governance policies in order to protect and track information, while making the information mobile and cloud enabled, is how we think companies truly transform their businesses to derive more value.I recently met with a CIO at one of the world’s largest transportation companies in Europe. His company required a single system to manage and share a vast number of technical documents and engineering drawings, and wanted to integrate that repository with other applications that run his business. The system had to be accessible by internal and external teams with the proper rights so each group had access to certain content. The clincher was, he had weeks – not years – to get a system implemented. In this case, work meant having the right technical information available via the right application to the right person whether inside or outside the firewall. This is a great example of combining Information, Process and Collaboration together to get work done.Our team helped meet the challenge, configuring a solution that would be hosted in the cloud to accelerate time to value. The CIO’s team determined that over the course of five years, they would realize more than 40% annualized savings with this approach versus building their own solution and managing it in their own data center.Delivering cloud-based solutions to get work done…that’s where IIG is headed.
The report further revealed that the Nigerian international will join the Serie A giants in an initial six month loan with option to buy in the summer, but before the deal can be officially announced, some documents still need to come in from Fenerbahce, where Moses spent the past year on loan.The AFCON 2013 winner has not played all that much this campaign due to a series of injuries.At the last count, he has been limited to just seven appearances across all competitions, netting just one goal along with an assist.Inter #Waiting For Documents From Fenerbahce Before Announcing Victor Moses Signing From Chelsea – SempreInter#LaticsOfficial #Championship https://t.co/EeByCkymwJ— 90 Minutes Football News (@footy90com) January 22, 2020Read Also: Mourinho facing growing unrest from Tottenham stars over tactics, othersThe former Wigan Athletic player is set to become Inter’s second capture of the January transfer window following the earlier arrival of Ashley Young from Manchester United.Interestingly, Moses will also not be the last either with Inter Milan also working on deals to bring Christian Eriksen and Olivier Giroud to the club too.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Nigeria forward Victor Moses has passed his medical with Inter Milan ahead of a switch from Chelsea according to a report from Sky Sport Italia.Advertisement Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them9 Most Epic Movie Robots We’ve Ever Seen7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe6 Mysterious Things You Do Not Know About China7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThese Popular Hollywood Stars Got Their Start On Soap Operas8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too FarWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?9 Great Actors Who Will Always Be Defined By One Role
According to PPO chief Ramon Yee, in 2017 ofthe 22,478 total number of births, 2,221 or 9.88 percent were by teenagedmothers. Yee said the Iloilo provincial government hasbeen campaigning for responsible parenthood and safe sex in a bid to check thecountry’s population growth. The youngest teenage mother the PPO recordedwas 13 years old; she gave birth in 2017, said Yee. According to the Young AdultFertility and Sexuality Study (YAFSS) 4, data showed that in thePhilippines, an increasing proportion of adolescents and young people haveearly sexual encounters. ILOILO – Pregnancy can lead to devastatinghealth consequences for young girls. Many adolescents are not yet physicallyready for pregnancy or childbirth, and are therefore more vulnerable tocomplications. Obstetric fistula is one of the most seriousand tragic childbirth injuries, according to UNPF. A hole between the birthcanal and bladder and/or rectum, it is caused by prolonged, obstructed laborwithout access to timely, high-quality medical treatment. It leaves womenleaking urine, feces or both, and often leads to chronic medical problems,depression, social isolation and deepening poverty. * 17 years old – 279 The lives of young mothers and their babies areat risk in teenage pregnancy cases, he said, because the reproductive system ofteenage girls is not ready for pregnancy yet. The most ideal is having zero teenagepregnancy cases, he stressed. “Early pregnancy can hinder youngsters fromachieving their goals…it puts at risk the future of young people,” added Yee. The other teenage pregnancy cases were asfollows: Of the 22,652 total number of births in 2018,2,158 or 9.53 percent were by teenaged mothers 19 years old and below. Health problems are even more likely if a girlbecomes pregnant too soon after reaching puberty, according to UNPF. In low-and middle-income countries, the risk of maternal death for girls under age 15is higher than for women in their 20s. These girls also face health risks suchas obstetric fistula, and their babies face greater risks as well. * 14 years old – six In 2013, one in three young people reporthaving premarital sex. The prevalence of early sexual encounters has increasedover the last 20 years. Males are more likely to report having premarital sexthan females. In 2016 on the other hand, of the 23,945 totalnumber of births, 2,583 or 10.4 percent were by teenaged mothers, Yee revealed. Lack of parental supervision and social mediamay have contributed to the teenage pregnancy problem, said Yee. The PPO, Yee said, is campaigning thatteenagers not engage in sex at an early age through. It conducts symposiums onthis in schools and local government-operated teen centers. * 15 years old – 39 According to the United Nations PopulationFund (UNPF), adolescent pregnancy is generally not the result of a deliberatechoice – these girls often have little say over decisions affecting theirlives. Rather, early pregnancy is a consequence of little or no access toschool, information or health care. Tens of thousands of adolescents die annuallyof causes related to pregnancy and childbirth, according to UNFP. In fact,these are the leading cause of death among adolescent girls, aged 15-19, globally. * 16 years old – 109 “We do not want to put their lives at risk,”stressed Yee. Data from the province’s 42 municipalities andthe component city of Pass showed a declining trend in teenage pregnancy cases,according to the Provincial Population Office (PPO). The World Health Organization considersadolescent pregnancies a global problem. When a girl becomes pregnant, her lifecan change radically. Her education may end and her job prospects diminish. Shebecomes more vulnerable to poverty and exclusion, and her health often suffers. According to the Department of Health (DOH),while General Fertility (GF) among Filipino women has significantly decreasedsince 1970, Age Specific Fertility Rates (ASFR) of adolescents has changedlittle. The 2017 National Demographic and HealthSurvey (NDHS) places adolescent ASFR at 47 live births per 1,000 women 15 to19years old, up from 57 in the 2013 NDHS. “Government intervention” through localgovernment units, he said, made the decline possible with the help of thechurch, communities and other stakeholders. He reminded youngsters to focus on long-termgoals such as finishing school and landing good jobs. In 2013, 36 percent of males reported havingearly sexual encounters compared to 29 percent of females. The highest levels of early sexual encountersare reported in the National Capital Region (41 percent) and Central Luzon (31percent)./PN