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Part 1- Specifications Table (MS Word)

 

Case Study- Director’s Request for PCs

 

Please use the document “Case Study Instructions

Director’s Request for PCs” found in the Case Study Instructions conference topic for the list of requirements which should be met by this project.

 

Part 1:

For the case study outlines in the Instructions topic, create MS Word tables that identify and contain the hardware and software requirements to meet the director's requirements.  The MS Word document in its final form will include 5 MS Word tables.  It will include a two-paragraph narrative summary that classifies the user type and identifies the PC category(ies) that will be recommended. Think of the narrative summary as an executive summary where you outline the recommendations without going into a great deal of detail.  You will write this executive summary after you have completed the tables. But place the executive summary after your title page, BEFORE the 5 tables.

 

Students are expected to conduct external research to adequately address all aspects of the assignment requirements. Any outside sources should be correctly cited in APA style at the end of the table.Students will need to include specific requirements from the case study to show why each item is being recommended. Each element listed below must be incorporated into the assignment.  Omissions will result in loss of points.

 

Requirement

Points Allocated

Comments

Open and save an MS Word document with the following name:

“Student’s First InitialLast Name Specs”
Example: JSmith Specs

 

Set normal text to Arial, 12 point.

 

0.1

This is the font in normal paragraphs. Heading and title fonts may be a larger size.

Title Page which shows title, your first and last name, course and due date.

0.2

The title must be “Specification for [insert your first and last name]”.

Use a footer to create page numbers for all pages except the title page.

0.2

Right-align the numbers

There are some sample table formats in the topic titled Mini Tutorials.  You do not have to use any one of these samples, but they will give you an idea about how to organize the information.

Create a table that shows the various required hardware components. The table should have all the necessary columns, rows, and column headings to show the following:

·         Input Devices – Identify each device type and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Output Devices – Identify each type and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Communication Devices – Identify each type and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Storage Devices – External (including portable) storage devices and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Other Peripheral Devices – Identify each type and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

2.5

 The table must be labeled “Hardware Components.”

User requirements are posted in the case study.

For example, you might include the following information in your table to describe one Input Device:

Input Device – 1.2 Megapixel video camera

Requirements met – create video files

A sample table can be found in a special conference topic labeled “Samples for the Office projects.”

Create a table that shows the various required system unit features.  The table should have all the necessary columns, rows, and column headings to show the following:

·         Processor – Include type and clock speed and state how processor type and clock speed meets the Director’s specific user requirements.

 

·         RAM – Include type and amount and state how RAM type and amount meets the Director’s specific user  requirements.

 

·         Adapter Cards – Identify each type and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Ports – Include types, how many of each type, and show which specific user requirements are met.

 

·         Storage Devices – Identify internal system unit storage devices, size of hard drive, and state how each storage device and the hard drive size recommended meets specific user requirements.

 

2.5

The table must be labeled “System Unit Features.”

Create a table that shows the various required Application Software. The table should have all the necessary columns, rows, and column headings to show the following:

·         Identify types, recommend specific product names, and show which specific user requirements are met.

2.0

The table must be labeled “Application Software.”

Create a table shows that the various required System Software. The table should have all the necessary columns, rows, and column headings to show the following:

·         Operating System – Identify a specific operating system and version

 

·         Utility Programs – Include a comprehensive list and state how each utility program meets specific user requirements.

 

2.0

The table must be labeled “System Software.”

Create a table that shows the required Internet connectivity and Web-hosted applications and services.  The table should have all the necessary columns, rows, and column headings to show the following:

·         Identify the specific type of ISP that should be used for Internet connectivity.

 

·         Identify the specific Web services that should be used.

 

·         State how the ISP type and Web services that were identified meet specific user  requirements in the case study.

 

2.0

The table must be labeled “Internet Connectivity & Web Services.”

 

Write a brief two-paragraph narrative that categorizes the user type, identifies the category of PC (s) required, and summarizes your recommendations. 

0.5

Two well-written, concise and organized paragraphs not to exceed one-half a page.

NOTE: There are 13 office requirements listed in the case study. Each one will need the appropriate hardware and software that will improve the productivity in the office.  The users are the people working in the office that will be affected by the 13 requirements. The types of PCs could be anything from servers to mainframes (See Chapter 1, beginning on Page 20). It is essential that you connect the requirements with your recommendations.

TOTAL

12

 

 

 

 

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 01/29/2014 12:00 am
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