CIS3060 Class Notes 3.1
CIS3060 Class Notes 3.1
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CIS3060: Systems and Analysis 10/06/16 CIS 3060 Class Notes: Project Management - Gantt Chart - Tool that enables easily schedule tasks - Analysis phase of project - Simplicity - PERT - Network of Nodes that eval to determine critical activities Chapter 03: Project Management 1. Five Major Project fundamentals? 1. Project Initiation 2. Define Problem a. Problem Definition: i. Present Situation Issue ii. Objectives iii. Requirements iv. Constraints limiting system development 3. Determine Project Feasibility a. Syst. Analysts gather data, decide whether to proceed w/full syst. Study 4. Project scheduling 5. Managing systems analysis team members 2. Systems project selection (Five  criterias) a. Backing for Management b. Timing appropriate for a commitment of resources c. Move the business→ goal attained i. Corporate profits ii. Supporting Competitive Strategy iii. Vendors Cooperation iv. Internal Ops Support v. Internal Decision support 1 CIS3060: Systems and Analysis 10/06/16 vi. Customer Service vii. Employee Morale d. Practical e. Important enough i. Speed Up Process ii. Streamlining iii. Combining Processes iv. Reduce Errors v. Reduce Redundancy vi. Reduce Redundant Output vii. Improve Integration 3. Feasibility (3) (TEO) a. Operational i. Dependent on Human Services b. Technical i. Develop new system w/ current tech resources ii. Staff technically proficient, accomplishing objectives c. Economics i. Resource determination ii. Value of investment 4. Evaluating system hardware(Four  criterias) a. Time Required for Average Transactions b. Total Volume Capacity of the System\ 2 CIS3060: Systems and Analysis 10/06/16 c. Idle Time of CPU d. Memory Size Benefits: Full Control, Tax Advantages, Cheaper in the Long Run (3) Drawbacks: Initial Cost ($$$$), Equipment Obsolescence, Ops and Maintenance (4) 5. Organizational Cloud Computing a. Benefits: Less time, Consistency, Scalable, No capital, No Maintenance (5) b. Drawbacks: Loss of control of data stored, Internet reliability, Security threats, switching cloud providers is hard (4) - SaaS - Cloud vendor sells access to applications - IaaS - Org outsources Hardware Ops needs → Service Provider - PaaS- Internet to rent all manner of hardware 6. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) a. Benefits: i. Employer: Boost Employee Morale, Lower Initial Cost to Org of Purchasing Mobile b. Drawbacks: Loss of control of data, security threats by untrained users 7. COTS(Commercial Off-the-Shelf) Benefits Drawbacks Reliable & Functional, Refined Program focused Lower Initial Cost Must use existing features Help & Training Comes w/Software Limit Customization Used in other firms Less Ownership Microsoft Office Suite & Oracle Uncertain of vendor finance future 3