Case Study 1: Building an Access Control System

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Running head: CASE STUDY 1 BUILDING AN ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM 1 Building an Access Control System Case Study 1 Holly Dillon Professor Jennifer Merritt Systems Analysis and Development CIS/210 April 28th, 2014 BUILDING AN ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM 2 Building an Access Control System Project Scope Description As a member of the Information Security Team at a small College, I have been made the Project Manager to install an Access Control System (ACS) in a dormitory. For this small College an ACS (Access Control System)…show more content…
Install Hardware/Software To implement the installation process of the prototype system designed for the project Program Tests To Test the prototype system that was designed for the project. Write User Manual Writing a how to functional user manual for the use, troubleshoot, and set up of the designed system of the project. Convert Files Moving existing files of the current security system and all other system configurations that are in place System Test Testing the already processed protocol in real-time, to eliminate execution errors, and any abnormalities that may have been missed at the program test level. User Training To show users how the system can help them perform their roles User Test After the user has been trained on how to implement the system, they are now ready to test the system themselves. With the success of program test, system and user tests the system is now ready to launch. Gantt chart example Equipment and materials are to be new and unused, because you want to get your warrantee on any equipment purchased. There are requirements that have to be followed by the National electrical code and all state and local building codes including fire codes. Using a security vendor is highly recommended because they will be responsible for all costs associated with the installation of the equipment, once the contract commences. Securitas
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