LAN Topologies Assignment Create visual examples of your answers to the questions for projects 3-1, 3-2 and 3-3 of Guide to Networking Essentials by copying and pasting the provided shapes below—such as a bus, ring, star, or mesh—into a Microsoft® Word document. Note. You will need to use the Draw feature in Microsoft® Word to create lines between the shapes, and you might have to use some shapes more than once. Case Project 3-1 Old-Tech Corporation has 10 computers in its main office area, which is networked in a star topology using 10 Mbps Ethernet hubs, and wants to add five computers in the manufacturing area. One problem with the existing network is data throughput.
Zilack Corporation Strategic Alignment Worksheet Accounting and Finance Name: Tabitha Cook Corporate Goal: Double Company Sales | Human Resources | Accounting and Finance | Checklist | | * Ensure staffing requirements are met. * Retain existing staff. * Hire and train new staff. * Raise Strength of Workplace scores to a minimum of 4.0 in all departments. * Plan, organize, lead, and direct the human resources of the company to meet the goal of growing the business by 100%.
Lowe’s Market Segment Mary K. Moore-Hudson MBA 6012 Intergrated Global Marketing Abstract The objective of the report is to segment the market for Lowe’s consumers. A market segments is an particular group of individuals, families, businesses, or organizations, with one or more characteristics or needs in common, in an otherwise homogeneous market (businessdictionary.com). Market segments usually respond in a conventional manner to a marketing or promotion offer. The market for the Lowe’s retail stores will be segmented in the business-to-customer market environment. Lowe’s Companies, Inc. is a FORTUNE® 50 company that serves approximately 15 million customers a week at more than 1,750 home improvement stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico (Lowe's Companies, Inc, 2011).
As far as being 100% effective goes, the employees may still be able to effectively do their jobs, but she has to take into consideration the fact that by not getting new equipment, the methods in which they do their jobs is outdated. If they wait to make the purchase until prices go down to a level the supervisor finds satisfactory, the employees may no longer be able to work at the “100% efficient” level. I would also explain the concept of Moore’s Law, the prediction that computer performance would double every 18 months, to the supervisor. This would allow her to see how important it is to stay
the wrong turn HP had high hopes that its TouchPad could catch up to Apple's iPad in the tablet marketplace. But after putting the device out for $499, the company saw few sales. HP then slashed the price by $50. Still, no sales. Next, a $100 discount arrived at retail stores, yet still, the TouchPad couldn't touch the iPad.
A project manager from Citizen-Schwarz AG will be stationed in Span Systems’ offices in project meetings and act as the direct interface between Citizen-Schwarz AG and Span Systems. The cost of stationing the project manager will be paid entirely by Citizen-Schwarz AG. The fourth amendment is Project Structure. In order to meet the software delivery schedule originally agreed to, Span Systems will scale up the team size by at least ten (10) additional programmers within ten (10) days of the effective date of this contract. Span will send the resume of each new programmer to Citizen-Schwarz AG within five (5) days of the effective date of this contract.
Unfortunately in this case the customer Data Equipment Systems is unable to receive shipment until January 11, 2011 due to a lack of available warehouse space (Mintz & Morris, 2011). Reed needs to have that revenue recorded on the 2010 end-of-year financial report. Potential legal and ethical issues Reed is considering booking the $1.2 million sale in the December 2010 books and on December 30 approaches controller Marty Fuller to discuss the dilemma. Fuller explains the accounting rules about sales held for future delivery, although Reed understands the rules he
| | 4 | Learning Team | Respond to Designated Discussion Question | 6/25 | 1 | IndividualWileyPLUS Assignment Week Two | Resource: WileyPLUSComplete the following in WileyPLUS: Exercise E13-5 Exercise E13-6 Exercise E13-9 | 6/25 | 3 | IndividualSmall-Business Idea Paper | Imagine the government has released funds for creating small businesses. You are interested in establishing a small business, and you must decide which of the four forms of business organization would best suit your unique product or service. Consider legal, tax, accounting, and other implications when selecting from the four business types.Write a paper of no more than 1,250 words discussing your small-business idea. Include the following: The advantages and disadvantages of the four different forms of business organization, which include the following:o Sole proprietorshipo Partnershipo C corporationo S corporation The different types of financial statements associated with each form of business organization The following consequences associated with each form of business organization:o Tax implicationso Legal implicationso
Your assessment of the relationship between the organization’s culture and company performance, including the effects of cultural strength, fit or alignment with its environment, adaptive culture, and how it works to socialize its employees to fit the organization’s culture (worth 45% of your grade). 3. Be sure and include at least ten references, which must be cited in the body of your paper (worth 10% of the grade). Referencing multiple pages from the same organization’s web site only count as one citation (e.g., Apple Inc.). When using more than one page from the same company, provide a URL that links to the home page or entry page for the document.
New Product Launch Marketing Plan, Part I Individual Assignments: Introduction/Conclusion - SHANA Market needs AMY Market growth AMY A brief SWOT Analysis ANDREA Potential competition ANDREA Product offering and product definition DAVID Product identification DAVID Justification for your choice of product - SHANA A 10-question survey that you will use for your final marketing plan, that collects additional primary data about the buyers - BRENDA Herbalife is a global nutritional company that has helpled people pursue healthy, active lives since 1980. Their products are available exclusively through approximately 2.5 million independent Distributors in more than 80 countries. Herbalife products consist of protein shakes, vitamins, and dietary supplements, energy and fitness drinks, skin and hair care products, combined with healthy eating and exercise, can help lead a healthy and nutritional live style (Herbalife.com/global, 2012). However, because Herbalife is only offered through qualified distributors and not offered throught retail stores we believe that if Herbalife is offered to the public in general the market for this nutritional supplement can extremely increase the market growth. Although there are several major manufactures of nutritional supplement such as GNC, the nutritional market has not been addressed.