You have already learned that there are three phases of design ó conceptual,
logical, and physical ó in the MicrosoftÆ Solutions Framework (MSF) Process
Model. The first phase of the MSF Process Model is conceptual design.
Conceptual design starts during the Envisioning Phase of the MSF Process
Model, and continues through most of the Planning Phase. Since the MSF
Design Process is an evolutionary, as well as iterative, process, conceptual
design clearly sets the tone for both logical and physical design.
art of physical design is evaluating solution technologies. This module teaches
udents how to evaluate the available technologies in order to make appropriate
hoices for the business solution. Students will learn about types of solution
chnologies and some factors to consider when selecting technologies from
fter completing this module, you will be able to:
Describe MicrosoftÆ WindowsÆ Distributed interNet Applications
Architecture (Windows DNA) and how it applies to an applicationís
This book provides an excellent place for you to begin if you are starting a business continuity program and considering technology such as VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol), or if you are an IT person looking to make an informed decision about integrated networking, or designing the next level of a communications strategy. It's also an excellent starting place for end users who are new to business continuity and disaster planning to learn how things like VoIP and other Avaya solutions, software, and services can help in the process....
Welcome to the EXPRESS YOURSELF online course! This 6 part course is designed to make you understand and apply excellent communication skills in all of your day to day interactions with others. I recommend that you read, understand and then put into practise what you learn each week. You will certainly become a better communicator come the end of the course! Ready? Okay, let’s go for it!
Communication is so vital to everything that anyone does because we are usually required to seek solutions, information and help from others.
This module describes the Business Solutions Design Curriculum and explains
where this course fits in the curriculum.
First, you will learn about the curriculum: its vision and purpose, its four
courses, and the case study used in all the courses.
Then, you will focus on this particular course: its vision and purpose, its main
topics, and the process of gathering, analyzing, rationalizing, and presenting
business requirements presented in the course.