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La fase di implementazione: l'acquisizione di nuove attrezzature (hardware e software)

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    Santosh K.
    QA
    Santosh K.

    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.

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Hardware versus software? What exactly is the difference

    BabaJide Martins F.
    TR
    BabaJide Martins F.

    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.

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    n 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.

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    acquisition of new equipment (hardware and software) connection come in place

    Thomas Haingura M.
    NA
    Thomas Haingura M.

    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. This is for a number of reasons - obviously there is the expense of the equipment, but there are also other issues - if there are going to be a hundred new PCs for example, they will need to be stored from the time the company receives them to the time the system is actually implemented. In order to do this the company would have to have available a reasonably large storage facility. If it were a chain of stores that was upgrading their computer system, the new computers would need to be delivered to the appropriate stores as they were ready to be upgraded. In addition, new software would have to be tested for compatibility and to ensure that it was capable of handling the tasks required by the users of the system. This process requires careful planning to ensure the smooth introduction of the new system.

    Ahmed Muwafaq H.
    IQ
    Ahmed Muwafaq H.

    very good!

    Evelyn D.
    GB
    Evelyn D.

    Change is inevitable and it is usually hard at the very beginning but with proper orientation of all the staff then acquiring of new equipment whether software or hardware will be less painful. Project Manager should also think of where to store the old equipment and how to dispose them eventually.

    Ei Shwe Sin O.
    MM
    Ei Shwe Sin O.

    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.Depending upon the organisation, there might also be further company or statutory requirements to follow.

    Odongo M.
    UG
    Odongo M.

    Information Technology -> The Implementation Phase: acquisition of new equipment (hardware and software) The Implementation Phase: acquisition of new equipment (hardware and software) For a large company hardware upgrades can involve replacing hundreds of PCs - thus the process can be a lengthy and complex one. For a large company hardware upgrades can involve replacing hundreds of PCs - thus the process can be a lengthy and complex one. When considering hardware upgrades, issues such as the storage of the new equipment must be taken into consideration. When considering hardware upgrades, issues such as the storage of the new equipment must be taken into consideration. Hardware upgrades for Government Departments may need to follow certain guidelines. For example, there may be procedures for a tendering process. Hardware upgrades for Government Departments may need to follow certain guidelines. For example, there may be procedures for a tendering process. 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. 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. This is for a number of reasons - obviously there is the expense of the equipment, but there are also other issues - if there are going to be a hundred new PCs for example, they will need to be stored from the time the company receives them to the time the system is actually implemented. In order to do this the company would have to have available a reasonably large storage facility. If it were a chain of stores that was upgrading their computer system, the new computers would need to be delivered to the appropriate stores as they were ready to be upgraded. In addition, new software would have to be tested for compatibility and to ensure that it was capable of handling the tasks required by the users of the system. This process requires careful planning to ensure the smooth introduction of the new system. 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. Either way, there will be company or statutory requirements that will need to be followed that are similar to those that were followed when purchasing equipment. It is important that the acquisition of equipment is timed to allow for the smooth introduction of the new system. Exactly how this will require the delivery of the equipment will vary from system to system, however, careful planning at this point will save significant time and effort later.

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