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#DevryNETW471Week1 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2

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Devry NETW471 Week 1 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2

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Devry NETW471 Week 1 DQ 1
Emerging Hardware Technologies (graded)
Research new and emerging hardware technologies that can enhance or benefit an organization or industry. What are the risks of implementing these technologies? Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
Devry NETW471 Week 1 DQ 2

 

Emerging Software or Service Technologies (graded)
Research new and emerging software technologies or services that can enhance or benefit an organization or industry. What are the risks of implementing these technologies? Do the benefits outweigh the risks?

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 2 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2
DQ 1
Virtualization in the Enterprise (graded)
The practice of virtualization allows us to use our network resources more efficiently, spend less time managing devices, reduce IT staff, recover faster and more easily from network failures, and lower overall IT cost. Explain how virtualization makes all of these things possible.
DQ 2

Virtualization in the Cloud (graded)
Virtualization is the foundation for cloud computing. How are the two related? Provide and discuss at least one specific example.

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 3 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 
DQ 1
Big Data (graded)
What is Big Data, and why are IT professionals concerned about it? What impact do you think that Big Data will have on current and future technologies?
DQ 2
Data Science and Data Analytics (graded)
What is the difference between Data Science and Data Analytics? How can these two related subjects be used to improve the operation, productivity, or revenue for a company?

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 4 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 
DQ 1
Mobile Devices Today (graded)
Why is device mobility a challenge for network professionals as well as the end users who own these devices?
DQ 2
Bring Your Own Device (graded)
How does Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) pose challenges for network professionals today?

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 5 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 
DQ 1
Emerging LAN Technologies (graded)
How have LAN technologies changed since their inception in the 1980s? Consider hardware, software, and operational aspects of LANs. What might be the next step in the evolution of LAN technology?
DQ 2

Emerging WAN Technologies (graded)
What new corporate or consumer services are driving innovation in WAN technology? How will these shape the way that types of WAN services will be available in the future?

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 6 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 
DQ 1

Enterprise Security (graded)
What is involved in providing network and information security within an enterprise? What new innovations are available in this area?
DQ 2
Cloud-Based Security (graded)
How does cloud-based security work? What concerns would you have when implementing this service for your enterprise?

 

 

Devry NETW471 Week 7 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 
DQ 1
Software-Defined Networking (graded)
What, exactly, is Software-Defined Networking (SDN)? What issues does SDN attempt to solve? Are there disadvantages to its implementation?
DQ 2

Infrastructure and Platform as a Service (graded)
What is the difference between Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) and Platform as a Service (PAAS)? Why would a company want to take advantage of such services? What requirements for the end-user and the service provider do these services impose?

Objectives
The objective of this project is to develop a research paper and presentation on an area of emerging technology. Approach the project as if you were recommending technology implementation initiatives to your corporation’s technology planning committee. The analysis will have three sections. Each section will require a written paper, as well as an oral presentation by your team. During Week 8, in lieu of a Final Exam, a final presentation will be provided that summarizes all three portions of your project.
Provide a business profile of an existing company that you have selected. Identify the main functions that this company provides and analyze internal workflows to identify areas that may be improved through the implementation of new technologies. Examine the internal structure of the company, as well as its customers, vendors, and business partners. Discuss areas where there are problems, bottlenecks, or inefficiencies.
Provide at least two alternatives for addressing the problem identified with your chosen company. For each potential technology considered, provide an overview of its operation, availability, cost, implementation issues, and overall benefit to the company. Perform an analysis of the candidate technologies. This analysis should include both qualitative and quantitative techniques. Based upon your analysis, select a suitable solution and justify your selection.
Develop an implementation plan for your technical solution. The plan should include a work breakdown structure, a PERT/CPM diagram, and schedule. Discuss the implications for stakeholders’ integration considerations; the impact on the company’s employees; and operational concerns (i.e., increased productivity/efficiency, short-term challenges versus long-term benefits, etc.) for management, technical staff, nontechnical staff, the company’s customers and clients, and other business partners of your selected corporation.
Any questions about this paper may be discussed in the weekly Q & A Discussion topic.
Guidelines
The final submission of the written portion of your project should be a compilation of each of the three previous sections—the company profile, the technology selection, and the implementation plan. When combining these sections, it is important to insure that the document is cohesive and flows as if it were originally written as a single document. To tie everything together, your paper should include the following additional sections.
Executive summary of the project: a brief overview that describes the project and outlines its major sections. You should describe the problem that you are attempting to solve, or the process you are attempting to enhance. The overall solution(s) should be presented, although specific details need not be included.
Table of contents
Conclusion: briefly summarize what your paper discussed and any conclusion(s) you reached in the paper.
Appendices: technical specifications, photos, Internet links (with descriptions), citations, or any other information that may help clarify or support your paper.
Grading and Deliverables
Project Grading
Each project phase will be evaluated according to the following rubric.
Content
Written Paper
For each written section of your project submitted, provide a cover sheet that includes the following:
Title of paper
Course number, session, and date
Names of each team member
Full credit (100%) will be awarded if all of the following criteria are met.
All of the required content has been included.
The narrative is clear and concise.
The text is mechanically and grammatically correct.
The level of detail is appropriate.
A score between 80–99% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
Some of the required content is missing.
The narrative is a bit wordy and/or some of the ideas are unclear.
A few mechanical and/or grammatical errors are present.
The level of detail is inappropriate.
A score between 60–79% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
Much of the required content is missing.
The narrative is very wordy and/or most of the ideas are unclear.
Several mechanical and/or grammatical errors are present.
There is little detail provided.
A score below 60% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
Most of the required content is missing.
Many mechanical and/or grammatical errors are present.
There is little detail provided.
Most or all of the ideas presented are very unclear.
Presentation
For the oral presentation associated with each section of your project, provide an electronic copy of the presentation (PowerPoint, etc.) along with your submission of the written portion.
Full credit (100%) will be awarded if all of the following criteria are met.
All of the team members contribute equally.
The presentation is clear and well organized.
The visuals provided are easy to see and understand.
The level of detail is appropriate.
A score between 80–99% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
The presentation does not include all team members.
The presentation is a bit unorganized.
The visuals are a bit difficult to see or difficult to understand.
The level of detail is inappropriate.
A score between 60–79% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
Some team members do not contribute to the presentation at all.
The presentation is poorly organized.
Visuals are difficult to see and/or are confusing.
There is little detail provided.
A score below 60% will be awarded if one or more of the following issues exists.
Most of the team members do not contribute.
The presentation is very poorly organized.
There are no visuals provided.
There is virtually no detail provided.
Project Deliverables
Project Requirements
The objective of this project is to develop a research paper and presentation on an area of emerging technology. Approach the project as if you were recommending technology implementation initiatives to your corporation’s technology planning committee. The analysis will have three sections.Each section will require a written paper, as well as a presentation by your team. ). Each team member will be responsible for submitting the project for that week to their drop box. During Week 7, in lieu of a Final Exam, a final paper and presentation will be provided that summarizes all three portions of your project.

 

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