impact index

impact index

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a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions globally, has revealed that cryptomining malware continues to impact organizations globally as 23 percent of themwere affected by the Coinhive variant during January 2018, according to the companys latest Global Threat Impact Index.
In order to simplify analyses of the impact measures, a program impact index was created that consisted of the sum of each participant's ratings of the 12 items listed in Table 2.
MPCT tracks the MSCI AWCI Sustainable Impact Index, and comprises global companies that derive at least 50% of their revenues from products and services that further the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
Included in the analysis, the PwC Al Impact Index pinpoints three business areas with the greatest Al potential in each of eight sectors.
Patients underwent ultrasonography and uroflowmetry and their IPSS score, BPH Impact Index (BII) and Quality of Life (QoL) were assessed.
Its X-Stream product provides a real-time consumer impact index and key emotional metrics derived from bns of social conversations around athletes, celebrities, teams, leagues and brands.
Egypt was ranked 100 in the foreign investment impact index for communications for the 2012/2013 fiscal year surpassing Algeria, which ranked 128th, according to a World Economic Forum report.
Fernandez-Rios & Rodriguez-Diaz (2014: 156), detailing the "market of the sciences," describe the "impact index as a generator of unreflective thought" and comment further: "The impact index creates an organizational culture in which many researchers value the utility of being published above the social benefit of a reflective knowledge.
Our analyses showed that international diversification, in turn were positively and significantly related to the MNCs' future R&D intensity, number of patents, and Technological Impact Index.
Taking as a basis the impact factor of all journals included in the Impact Index of the Spanish Journals of Social Sciences (known as In-recs) in 2011, the h-index of reference in the area of communication in Spain would be 17 (Tunez, 2013).
The impact index website states: To avoid the skews of conventional stats systems where one big performance can cover for repeated failures thereafter, limiting it to a maximum of 5 in a career context keeps it more accurate.