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SOC as a Service Market to reach US $4,167 million by 2028 – Global Insights on Key Trends, Leading Players, Growth Drivers, COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Strategic Initiatives and Business Opportunities: Adroit Market Research

Dallas, Texas, Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “SOC as a Service Market By Component( Solution, Services {Consulting, Training and Education, Support and Maintenance}), Service Type (Prevention, Detection & Incident Response), Offering Type (Fully Managed, Co-managed or Hybrid), Application Area (Network Security, Endpoint Security, Database Security, Others), Industry Vertical (BFSI, Government and Public, Healthcare, IT & Telecom, Retail, Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities, Others) and Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, South America), Global Forecast to 2018 to 2028” study provides an elaborative view of historic, present and forecasted market estimates.

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The factors such as the increase in the adoption of cloud-based solutions across enterprises have led to the rise in the market. Besides, security attacks have increased among the various organization, and with the present scenario of COVID-19, the cybersecurity risk have increased drastically. Hence it is expected that the global SOC as a Service market size is projected to reach USD 4,167 million by 2028

The services segment helps vendors of security in identifying frauds and risks and helping customers in maintaining SOC easily. With the growth of the service segment in recent years, the vendors have adopted various services to the customers such as consulting, training, maintenance, and support services.

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Product Analytics Market to reach US $27.39 billion by 2028 – Global Insights on Key Trends, Leading Players, Growth Drivers, COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Strategic Initiatives and Business Opportunities: Adroit Market Research

Dallas, Texas, Oct. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Product Analytics Market By Component (Solution, Services), Deployment (Cloud, On-Premises), End-User (Manufacturers, Sales & Marketing Professionals, Consumer Engagement, Designers), Industry Vertical (Automotive, Retail & Consumer Goods, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals, Machinery & Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, F&B Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities, Others) and By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, South America), Global Forecast 2018 to 2028” study provides an elaborative view of historic, present and forecasted market estimates.

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The product analytics market growth prospects have been showing great promise all over the world with immense growth potential in terms of revenue generation. The global product analytics market size is anticipated to reach USD 27.39 billion by 2028 with a CAGR of 17.1%. Significant factors driving market growth include developments in computational technology, rapid smartphone penetration, moving from web-based internet browsing to mobile-first approach, and growing emphasis of marketing teams to deliver their customer’s customized products and services.

Product analytics is a specialized use of analytical software and business intelligence ( BI) that analyzes product returns, service reports, customer reviews, warranties, and information from installed sensors to allow manufacturers to determine product defects, identify potential product improvement opportunities, identify designs for use or product limitations, and link each of these Brand analytics will also aggregate feeds from social media sites to track user reviews. By slowly analyzing product details, this software will proactively raise awareness of repair and service requirements in responsive circumstances as well as preventive maintenance, and aid route management demands to the best available people or conducts remote administration with the assistance of machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies.

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Unlike marketing, drug sales have always been powered by statistics, and today, with the proliferation of data and computing capacity, product analytics has become integral to every major selling enterprise. Companies should take advantage of product analytics tools from modeling to …

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ET Back to Business Summary – New skills for the post-pandemic workplace

Everyone is now realizing the importance of leveraging technology in operating models, and this is leading to seismic changes in the mindset and skills of employees.
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Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages announces permanent work from home policy option

The company, which makes Maaza juice drink, Thums Up, Sprite and Coca-Cola aerated drinks and operates across 15 factories, said the policy will span the period post-pandemic, such that employees can choose to permanently work-from-home, provided they do not need to be physically present at the work location, for example at factories and sales functions.
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Credit Suisse expands Wealth Management India team with nine senior hires

Ravinder Singh has joined as managing director and strategic client advisor for India onshore. Ravi Malani joined as director and senior product manager. Brijesh Majali joined as director and team leader. Ashish Teli, Gautam Jain and Madhurjya Lahkar have joined as relationship managers.
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Demand for analytics, data science professionals surged in August

India contributed to 9.8% of the total global analytics job openings in August, up from 7.2% in January. The top 10 organisations in terms of analytics jobs were mostly MNCs and domestic IT and KPO firms, such as Accenture, Mphasis, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Capgemini, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, IBM India, Dell, HCL Tech and Collabera Tech.
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Over 93,500 data science jobs vacant in India, shows study by Great Learning

While the sector did witness a decrease in vacancies (from 109,000 vacancies in February to 82,500 vacancies in May 2020), the demand has continued to be fairly consistent across key industry sectors.
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Southeastern Credit Union Foundation Partners with iGrad to Offer Enrich Financial Wellness Platform

The Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) is launching the award-winning Enrich™ financial wellness platform to more than 24,000 employees at more than 300 credit unions in Georgia, Alabama and Florida.

Tallahassee, FL, October 07, 2020 –(PR.com)– The Southeastern Credit Union Foundation (SECUF) has partnered with San Diego-based financial education company iGrad by offering the award-winning Enrich™ financial wellness platform to more than 24,000 employees at more than 300 credit unions in Georgia, Alabama and Florida.

“Financial wellness can significantly impact overall wellbeing,” said SECUF Board Chair Brian Akin. “If someone is constantly worrying about money, it can negatively affect relationships, their ability to sleep and their health. Research shows that too many Americans are stressed about their finances, which is why we are investing in the financial education of credit union employees. The Enrich platform provides credit union staff with individualized interactive tools and moves at the user’s pace.”

Patrick La Pine, CEO of the regional trade association League of Southeastern Credit Unions (LSCU), said that many credit union employees contend with the same financial difficulties as …

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Airline Shares Swing Higher After Trump Suggests Aid For Industry In New Tweet

Last month when the market got smacked by frustration over sputtering stimulus talks, many investors bought the dip. 

Following yesterday’s late downturn after President Trump called off stimulus talks, the question becomes whether that same “buy the dip” mentality takes hold again. 

At least first thing, it appears to be. That’s in part because of a fresh presidential tweet on possible aid for airlines that sounded like a partial walk-back of yesterday’s stimulus retreat. This should be taken as a serious sign that something might happen, at least for the airlines, and it’s a good step either way. 

Even if airlines get help, though, it doesn’t necessarily mean a big rally. The way things have gone lately, nothing ever seems to be enough for the market. It’s generally had a “spoiled child” mentality on good news. 

It also remains headline-sensitive, and there’s not a lot of data or earnings around to blunt the impact of what’s going on in Washington. As noted here yesterday, investors should be careful not to make any major moves based on the hour-to-hour political developments. All the noise means volatility and quick swings could remain the flavor of the week. We saw Tuesday how quickly one headline can move the market. 

From The “Could Have Been Worse” Department…

While the late selloff yesterday was quick and violent, you could argue it wasn’t as steep as some might have thought. That seems especially true when you consider how so many investors appeared to be making bullish bets based on better odds of a stimulus, particularly for the airline industry. 

Airlines plunged steeply yesterday after the president’s announcement. Remember, a bunch of heavy hitters like Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL), United Airlines Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: UAL) and American Airlines Group Inc (NASDAQ: AAL) are scheduled to report earnings over the next two weeks or so, making this an auspicious time for the sector. Many investors had been hoping airlines would be able to avoid furloughing employees if a stimulus came through.

The president’s Tweet this morning appeared to put help for the airlines back on the table, so we’ll see where things go. Airline stocks got some lift in pre-market trading. 

In other news, a couple of Fed speakers are scheduled Wednesday, and tomorrow brings the weekly initial jobless claims report. Expectations on Wall Street are for around 830,000 new claims, barely down from 837,000 the previous week. Weekly readings have really been stubborn about coming down. 

Another report to check is today’s crude production and supply reading from the U.S. government. Last week’s report showed a pretty good draw, possibly signaling decent demand for crude. We’ll see if that holds up. If it does, it could help tell a more positive consumer demand story. Crude remains just below $40 a barrel and we’ll see if it can get back to $40 and hold it. That’s the big test. 

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Wednesday’s Market Minute: Fed Fulcrum Is The Baseline Without Fiscal Policy

The question investors are trying to assess right now is how much stimulus has been priced into the market? Yesterday’s limited drop in the market after the President’s tweet suggests maybe not as much as you might think. But then it seems clearly we’re getting something regardless of who wins in November. Either way, we should consider what market dynamics look like in the absence of new aid.

Last year as the Fed wound down its interest rate reversals (cuts), I outlined a blueprint for action called the Fed Fulcrum, which posited that declines in major asset classes would correlate to their dependency on a “lower forever” narrative that …

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