Upgrading A Network Infrastructure: Philips Insurance Company

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A• Upgrading the Network Infrastructure Analysis
A data network is a telecommunications network that allows computers to exchange data. In computer networks, networked devices pass data to each other through data connections. These connections between the devices in the networks are established by using either cable or wireless media. Computer networks differ in the physical media used to transmit their signals, the communications protocols to organize network traffic, the network's size, topology and organizational intent. With the rapid technology era, upgrading the network is an important and vital change in this organization. It will involves lot of cost and time for the management and the users in the organization. But the benefit is really worth it. If the Upgradation is in the Insurance Industry then the main impact will be on the data security and data integration because the data in the company belongs to end users and contains vital information. SWOT Analysis is a useful technique for understanding and analysis this network upgrade project. It would help us to understand our: Strengths and Weaknesses, and for identifying both the Opportunities open to us and the Threats we could face. Below is my SWOT analysis for “Philips Insurance company”.
SWOT Analysis
Strengths (S)
• The company has offices in seven citites which is considered good experience in data handling and intergreation.
• The company is having brand in the market.
• The company is kind of big company, so it can easily spare the extra budget involved in the Upgradation of the network.
• The company is well versed with the technology and the end users use the local Intranet for class sessions and videos.
Weakness (W)
• Lack of Secuirty program could be a isuu...

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...e steps to avoid leakage of the data.
3.6. The data should be validated against the rights if the users.
3.7. The login credentials and passwords to have security checks.
3.8. Making logical access management for the company where data can be accessed on the basis of the user rights.
Part 3: Visual explanations of potential solutions
• Value Chain Analysis
• Value chain analysis (VCA) is a useful tool for working out on how we can create the greatest possible value for the customers. It represents the internal activities for the engagement firm or organization when transforming the inputs to outputs. In business, we take the raw inputs, and add value to them to become something better for the people. Like in the manufacturing industry we taking the raw material and add value to it to convert them to something customers want to buy (Jurevicius, 2013).

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