Communication skills are a key to success in any sector but are particularly important in highly technical sectors such as IT, where the language used can become full of jargon. It is important that you are able to communicate with technical and non-technical staff. For this discussion, assume that your peers are non-technical staff, and communicate in a way that is suited for a non-technical audience. Describe standard or commonly used communications and network elements in use today and describe at least three ways that networks contribute to business success.
PART 2: tell your classmate how you think this course ( Infrastructure Management ) will help you with your future goals. What are you expecting to learn? How will you apply this knowledge? My major is Information technology.
For this individual project, you will assume the role of an information technology consultant. An established big-box retailer with 200 stores needs to ensure it is using information and communication technologies that best satisfy its information management needs. You have been asked to prepare a PowerPoint presentation identifying and explaining at least four emerging enterprise network applications. As part of your role as consultant, be sure to identify and describe at least two examples of convergence and at least two examples of unified communications that can be used for effective and efficient business data communications . Your audience for this PowerPoint presentation consists of technical employees. Present the information in ways that are suited for the purpose of this activity and for a technical audience.
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Pursuing the infrastructure management course will help me have an apparent oversight of delivering business services by identifying necessary software applications to integrate into computers (Sirkemaa, 2002). I envision being a resourceful expert in infrastructure management, considering that I am majoring in IT. Hence, I expect to learn about system management, network, and storage management and apply the acquired knowledge in creating a flexible IT infrastructure for companies to meet current and future business goals. Generally, the information gathered will assist in the decision-making process when identifying appropriate technology resources which create a platform for the organization’s specified information system applications.