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By rainbowboy_62 ·
You are required to work on these concerns in the information technology world. Many companies, knows that computing is a resource to help computerised processes. It is also a source for revenue and this has caused much anxiety in the areas of public access.

You are to discuss and put forward possible solutions for the following;

How, computing resources can be applied efficiently if these are concentrated together in a information centre within a company? What are the concerns? What are the structures that can be used?
Do someone knon the answer?

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by rainbowboy_62 In reply to

can someone tell me more clearly...I can't understand.
I need hint points.

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by theohkm In reply to How computing resources c ...

Your question is not simple to answer. Which context are you refering to ?

The link that I have given to you provides some of the solutions that applied efficiently through centralized Terminal Server like structure.

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by lo99888 In reply to How computing resources c ...

It so durf to answer it....

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by cute_jeff_martin In reply to How computing resources c ...

An information centre is an organizational structure that is setup to support end-users in the use and development of their own information system. The information concept was created by IBM Canada Ltd in 1974 when they realized that they are unable to respond quickly enough to user request.
However, it must be noted that each organization has its own specific requirements and thus each IC will be setup differently. There are a few steps of implementing an information centre in a company.
1. Inventory present position: Determine present hardware, software, networking expertise and user base.
2. Develop Plan: Project what strategic steps to take in the future and how long each will last.
3. Pilot Study: Offer services to a limited number of users.
4. Full Implementation: Establish standards and begin introducing end-user technology throughout the organization.
5. Maintain and Grow: Emphasis shifts to helping users with problems.

There are different types of teams in an information management and each team has a team member. The main member in an information centre is a project manager. The teams in an information centre are Hierarchical Team, Chief programmer team, Adaptive team. A Project Manager is selected based on technical knowledge. However, a technically inclined person may not have the appropriate attitude or ability to manage. Therefore, this approach often leads to failure. A more modern approach is to consider other qualities such as interactive personal skills and business aptitude. One of the most important resources of project is personnel. Very often, the project team members are the over riding causes of the success or the failure of the project. This is the result of not only the quality of individuals in the team, but also on how they are organized as a team. Different projects require different talents or expertise of the personnel. Therefore, the composition and structure of the team must be appropriate for the project objectives.

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does any one know the perfect answer?

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by feivoon1985 In reply to How computing resources c ...

did anyone know the solution bot this question?

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by feivoon1985 In reply to How computing resources c ...

did anyone know the solution bot this question?

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by kristina_musina In reply to How computing resources c ...

A number of challenges face those who design, use and approve information systems. These challenges include the wide knowledge required; the fast and unpredictable pace at which technology and related products are evolving; the difficulty of defining or structuring management information system problems; and the lack of standards regarding costs.
As systems and data structures become more complex, users need constant support and guidance. To make data more accessible and to empower users, many IS departments create information centers. An Information Center is the part of the information systems department that has responsibility for the support of the end-user computing. It is organized on the assumption that if end-users are provided with proper training, effective technical support, and convenient access to data and to computing facilities, they will be able to satisfy a portion of their business information requirements more or less independently. (i.e., without increasing the burden on the IS department?s analysts and programmers).

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