When designing a DB one should be conscious of the future use of the DB. The DB should be design for new functionality in the future and easy to reuse the design (ALL,2014). Phase 4 of the DBLC(Database Life Cycle) is Implementation. This requires that documentation of the data structure and testing have been evaluated and now ready to install the new system into the organization. Your key players would be the network people who are familiar with the network architecture and design of the organization
I will be able to apply these techniques and experience to future roles. Aim 2: Intergrate and identify knowledge gained from my studies to a practical working environment Strategies: • Research the company’s main goals • Identify relevant academic theories in the workplace; outcomes and ethics of the organisaion • Document the
You need to understand your existing network infrastructure to determine how well it can meet the needs of your deployment goals. By examining your existing infrastructure, you identify if you need to upgrade existing network components or purchase new network components. You should build up a complete map of the existing network by covering these areas: 1. Physical communication links, such as cable length, grade, and so forth 2. Communication links, such as analog, ISDN, VPN, T3, and so forth, and available bandwidth and latency between sites 3.
Teamwork and Communication: - Worked with Coalition System team gathering information for Certification and Accreditation process, analyzing/identifying any major issues regarding Network STIG 's used for routers, switches, ASA’s Remote VPN for future Deployment kit. -Develop new configuration standard operations procedures (SOPs)or technical guides for new networking systems or systems current in operation to meet existing Coalition IPT operational needs for current client and future client needs.
Understanding networking is a fundamental part of configuring complex environments on the internet. This has implications when trying to communicate between servers efficiently, developing secure network policies, and keeping your nodes organized. Every location or device on a network must be addressable. This is simply a term that means that it can be reached by referencing its designation under a predefined system of addresses. In the normal TCP/IP model of network layering, this is handled on a few different layers, but usually, when we refer to an address on a network, we are talking about an IP address.
In order to answer the question above we have to know what knowledge is in this context. Knowledge is a description of reality based on all pertinent facts that we know of. In the previous paragraph I already clarified on what a network is and this is important because I will use the metaphor of a network. In this case, we will use a network to represent an area of knowledge and the nodes, the connections, to represent the ways of knowing that we use in order to attain knowledge. The networks help us to process information and what is going on around us in order to gain knowledge.
More importantly, the outcome of this study can be a measure to help stakeholders establish whether there is a need to design and implement teacher technology training. Therefore, providing a structured online support network (OSN) can prepare, assist, and support teachers with becoming agents of implementing and utilizing innovative and available technology resources (Blau & Peled,
The report identifies the need of a knowledge management strategy for BobCo and proposes a design and implementation method of a knowledge management system for the company. The scope of the proposed KM project is to optimize organizational functions within BobCo by acquiring, creating and sharing the knowledge within the organization. The feasibility study analyzes the technicality, functionality, cultural issues, project schedule and budgeting issues of the proposed system. The risk management plan identifies the potential risks that may occur during and after the project development and implementation. Finally the report highlights the importance of a KM strategy for BobCo and the potential of a Knowledge Management system for the company.
Task 1 1.1) Design a networked system to meet the given specification. Your design must satisfy the user requirements and be scalable. [3.1] The design of the network system should include: cost, Bandwidth, system growth, applications, communications, and scalability of the system and selection of components. Introduction - Designing the Network In this design I will be listing and discussing, through the different and necessary designing stages, the various elements involved in designing a network that meets the system requirements given by the client. Investigation and design - PCTECH Looking at the client’s specifications, we can clearly determine what - in order to design the network – the requirements are.
For this particular task, I will be explaining what key components are necessary for client workstations to connect to a network and how to access network resources. I will be explaining the key features and functions of each of these components in relative detail. Network Devices: These are mechanisms used to connect computers and other electronic devices together so they can exchange and share files or special resources like printers or fax machines used in big organisations. LAN is the main type of network device used by the community. Workstations are special computers designed or technical applications and its meant to be used at one at a time how it works is that it is connected to a local area network (LAN) which is able to run multi user operating system.