Phase 4 – Implementation This chapter lays out the full implementation plan for your project. This includes the project schedule with the individual project tasks and timelines.
Phase 4 – Implementation
This chapter lays out the full implementation plan for your project. This includes the project schedule with the individual project tasks and timelines. For example, if you are recommending a network upgrade solution, this chapter provides the expected timeline for things like building wiring, acquisition of networking hardware, programming of switches and routers, setup of firewalls, connection of WiFi access points, etc. It will include any training required for use or administration. If you are doing a program or web design solution, your implementation plan would include the breakdown of different program components, perhaps following the Agile or another methodology, as well as examples of code or web page framework. This chapter should be 4-5 pages in length. Add this chapter to your ongoing assignments so that you continue to build your full project paper.
Phase 5 – Ongoing Maintenance and Recommendations
This chapter discusses the ongoing maintenance of the newly implemented project solution and how it will be supported going forward. This may include any training of technical support staff, disaster recovery plans, facilities management, software updates, etc. If there are any additional recommendations for future work to be performed after the completion of this project, address those recommendations here. For example, if you have proposed a network upgrade, then following the completion of this project; you may also want to recommend a full WiFi implementation as the next project. If you chose to write a program or web development solution, you might include how software updates, patches, or fixing will be done; how future releases may be provided; or how the web site may be managed and updated for relevancy. This chapter should be 2-3 pages in length. Add this chapter to your ongoing assignments so that you continue to build your full project paper.