Objective This plan should be used to seamlessly and effectively roll out new tablets to the employees of a medium-sized Milwaukee company. Tablet devices can be used to streamline work flow and increase employee mobility. The Android system should allow for flexibility in choosing software. This plan includes a rough order of magnitude that estimates for timeline, monetary cost, and resources. Cooperation with the current IT staff should be considered a high priority. Timeline & List of Tasks There should be 12 weeks of initial planning before the roll out. This plan is for deployment only. Consideration should be given to post-roll out support. The devices and software will need technical support once implemented. Week 1 Hardware & software inventory Current IT staff should submit detailed list of current tablets & software Week 2-3 Research options & hardware requirement for new tablets Include current IT staff in the discussion Research & shop MDM services Request office printer compatibility information from IT staff (wireless print servers) Request wireless network & security report from IT staff Week 4-5 Submit cost estimate to stakeholders Research tech support requirements Shop vendor options Week 6-7 Obtain prototype tablet device & begin testing Task IT staff with the prototype tablet & request feedback Deploy prototype to an employee for regular simulation testing Week 8 Analyze tablet prototype feedback Finalize choice of tablet & software with IT staff Place order for new devices Week 9-10 Create plan with IT staff for organized software installation & migration on new tablets Receive & verify new devices – register & add to inventory Setup & test wireless network Week...
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Have you ever thought of getting away, going on an exciting adventure, and experiencing a different way of life? One place to consider is the city of Madrid in Spain. This is the largest city in Spain with a population of three million. Here you will experience a vibrant culture and interesting people. While visiting Madrid, you will experience all types of artistic and intellectual activity as well as great ethnic food. Also, if you enjoy shopping there are plenty of places to spend lots of money. Make sure to pack a translation dictionary or download an app. The main language in Madrid is Spanish but you may also find people speaking Catalan, Galician and Basque in different areas of Madrid. How to prepare The first step on planning a trip to go overseas is making sure you have all the correct paperwork and documents filled out. The two things you’re going to need are a passport and a state id or driver’s licence. If you don’t have these you can get a passport at the post office for around $150 and a ID costs around $20. After you have all those squared away you will want to set a date when your going and then returning. Make sure you prepare for the long flight. Especially because flying to Madrid from Milwaukee takes almost 14 hours. I planned my trip by going on Kayak.com to find my plane tickets, hotel and transportation. You can also find places to stay and transportation options on there as well. What will my trip cost? When looking at different airlines I...
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