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  • Alexander Seruzi Uganda procurement of required hardware and software should be strict
    2015-01-17 10:01:08

  • olukan olusola Nigeria Hardware upgrades for Government Departments may need to follow certain guidelines. For example, there may be procedures for a tendering process.
    2015-01-16 15:01:38

  • Ernest Ebie Nigeria software & hardware updates, replacing & testing computers, and making sure it is doing what you demand of it.
    2015-01-16 00:01:44

  • Veronica Brown Australia The Implementation Phase has one key activity: deploying the new system in its target environment. Supporting actions include training end-users and preparing to turn the system over to maintenance personnel. After this phase, the system enters the Operations and Maintenance Phase for the remainder of the system’s operational life. Multiple-release projects require multiple iterations of the Implementation Phase – one for each release.
    2015-01-14 11:01:05

  • manase motimele South Africa forecasting (acquiring of the material that you need to execute the project) will help to eliminate mistakes and save time in executing the project (implementing or upgrading the system).
    2015-01-12 07:01:32

  • Myo Zaw Tun Myanmar Depending upon the organization,There are improving Infrastructure for Electrical and communication for using hardware and software system .
    2015-01-10 08:01:54

  • Ray Haskins United States of America This section breaks down the specific duties in organizing/managing the system of equipment...
    2015-01-06 20:01:34

  • Bonolo Tlale Botswana very informative and relevant indeed
    2015-01-05 06:01:49

  • Franklin King Liberia As part of the system design process, there may have been the requirement for new equipment (hardware and software) or upgrading of the existing equipment. As part of the planning for the implementation process, this new equipment must be obtained. While this sounds a simple task, it can often be a long and tiresome process. For a large company, upgrading a system may involve replacing hundreds of PCs - and if the hardware is to be upgraded, there may be a number of different parts required for the different models of computers - all of which have to be sourced. Software might need to be purchased "off-the-shelf" then modified or custom-written to suit the specific needs of the system.
    2014-12-30 12:12:18

  • Larry Covington United States of America software & hardware updates, replacing & testing computers, and making sure it is doing what you demand of it.
    2014-12-30 01:12:31

  • Memhir Meskelu Ethiopia very informative and relevant indeed.
    2014-12-15 00:12:54

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria In addition to acquiring new equipment, the old equipment must be dealt with as well.
    2014-12-13 19:12:11

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria Good
    2014-12-13 19:12:23

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China When considering hardware upgrades, issues such as the storage of the new equipment must be taken into consideration.
    2014-12-13 16:12:21

  • Lovejoy Matare Zimbabwe I can't seem to read all this module the Picture appears half and can't scroll down, someOne please help.
    2014-12-02 21:12:06

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya what factors should be considered when deciding whether to use new or old equipment?
    2014-11-30 14:11:17

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya For a successful system design process, there is need for acquiring new hardware and soft ware equipment. Working with Hardware equipment can include replacing PC's ,involving the government for upgrades in new guidelines and considering where the new equipment will be stored. Depending on the organization there will be statutory requirements to follow which sometimes can slow down the acquisition process.Thus careful planning is needed. The old system should also be dealt with appropriately.
    2014-11-30 14:11:08

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia As part of the system design process, there may have been the requirement for new equipment (hardware and software) or upgrading of the existing equipment. As part of the planning for the implementation process, this new equipment must be obtained. While this sounds a simple task, it can often be a long and tiresome process. Depending upon the organisation, there might also be further company or statutory requirements to follow. For example, a Victorian Government Department would not be able to just go out and buy the equipment they need - they would need to conduct a tender. These sorts of requirements may slow the process down. It is very important that this phase of the process is handled properly. In addition to acquiring new equipment, the old equipment must be dealt with as well. It will be necessary to determine the most appropriate course of action for this - disposal, sale or redeployment within the organisation.
    2014-11-27 09:11:09

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya f the system design process, there may have been the requirement for new equipment (hardware and software) or upgrading of the existing equipment. As part of the planning for the implementation process, this new equipment must be obtained. While this sounds a simple task, it can often be a long and tiresome process. For a large company, upgrading a system may involve replacing hundreds of PCs - and if the hardware is to be upgraded, there may be a number of different parts required for the different models of computers - all of which have to be sourced. Software might need to be purchased "off-the-shelf" then modified or custom-written to suit the specific needs of the system.
    2014-11-19 12:11:10

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya the system design process, there may have been the requirement for new equipment (hardware and software) or upgrading of the existing equipment. As part of the planning for the implementation process, this new equipment must be obtained. While this sounds a simple task, it can often be a long and tiresome process. For a large company, upgrading a system may involve replacing hundreds of PCs - and if the hardware is to be upgraded, there may be a number of different parts required for the different models of computers - all of which have to be sourced. Software might need to be purchased "off-the-shelf" then modified or custom-written to suit the specific needs of the system.
    2014-11-19 12:11:00

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