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Input, Output, and Procedures


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Input, Output, and Procedures

  1. 1. ITEC-4750-01 Networking & Information Assurance Team Input, Output, & ProceduresProject Name: ITEC 4750 Senior Capstone Network ProjectTeam Members: Paul Szczepaniak, Teresa Barron, Brittany Gilstrap, Paul Spilman, Alexander Wang, Ronald Norton, Kimberly Pate & Jerry BryanProject Manager: Jerry BryanDate: Tuesday, September 27, 2011Prepared By Document Owner(s) Project/Organization Role Brittany Gilstrap Scope Manager Paul Spilman Hardware SpecialistProject Closure Report Version Control Version Date Author Change Description 1 9/27/11 Brittany Gilstrap Create document. 2 3 1
  2. 2. Project Input Project input includes the cost to cover purchases of software, hardware (servers, desktops, printers, and phone systems), ISP charges, installation fees, and maintenance fees. The budget has been set to cover all costs. Other inputs include the time expected to plan out the network, implementing the network, and maintaining the network. Also, the people it will take to get all of this work done on time, and accurately.Project Output Project output includes the network developed overall which makes up a public network for outside users, private network for inside users, servers for data storage and email usage, desktops with appropriate software for FreeMax users, a website for customers to browse, and security to protect against intrusion or attacks.Project Procedures Project procedures include planning out the project, implementing the project, ordering all software and hardware, purchase services through ISPs, installing the networks, hardware, software, cabling, setting up the network and security, and maintaining the network. 2