Mis 535 Course Paper

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James Douglas October 12, 2009 MIS-535-17435 Professor Nolan Johnson Course Project Table of Content 1. Abstract 2. Brief Company background 3. Discussion of business problem(s) 4. High level solution 5. Benefits of solving the problem 6. Business/technical approach 7. Business process changes 8. Technology or business practices used to augment the solution 9. Conclusions and overall recommendations 10. High-level implementation plan 11. Summary of project References Abstract The world is changing daily and many companies are looking to develop ways to save on production and hardware. The idea of having a system that allows a company to store files away from the main server will help a company to store more and…show more content…
The issue that I have notice is Mimeo does not use technology such as cloud computing. With server slowing down, it causes work to slow down and sometime data becomes missing Cloud computing comes into focus only when you think about what IT always needs: a way to increase capacity or add capabilities on the fly without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new software. Cloud computing encompasses any subscription-based or pay-per-use service that, in real time over the Internet, extends IT's existing capabilities. (Knorr, Gruman) With cloud computing, the company can save on time with the system not becoming overwhelming. I have talked to people in the IT department and every six months they have to dump old files to free space on the main server. Because of this, sometimes the system, our production tools, slows down and causes a chain of decrease work. A lot of the time, the server has to be service because of the increase of files. Due to the fact that our facility is the hub or central located facility, our server is overwhelmed with many files. High level solution For some computer owners, finding enough storage space to hold all the data they've acquired is a real challenge. Some people invest in larger hard drives. Others prefer external storage devices like thumb drives or compact discs. Desperate computer owners might delete
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