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IS_589_Final_Study_Guide

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IS 589 Study Guide for Week 8 Final Examination 1. The final exam is "open book, open notes." The maximum time you can spend in the exam is 3 hours, 30 minutes. If you have not clicked the Submit For Grade button by then, you will be automatically exited from the exam. In the final exam environment, the Windows clipboard is disabled, and so you still will not be able to copy exam questions or answers to...

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589 IS Study Guide for Week 8 Final Examination 1. The final exam is "open book, open notes." The maximum time you can spend in the exam is 3 hours, 30 minutes. If you have not clicked the Submit For Grade button by then, you will be automatically exited from the exam. In the final exam environment, the Windows clipboard is disabled, and so you still will not be able to copy exam questions or answers to or from other applications. 2 . You should click the Save Answers button in the exam frequently. This helps prevent connection timeouts that might occur with certain Internet Service Providers, and also minimizes lost answers in the event of connection problems. If your internet connection does break, when you reconnect you will normally be able to get back into your final exam without any trouble. Remember, though, that the exam timer continues to run while students are disconnected, so students should try to re-login as quickly as possible. The Help Desk cannot grant any student additional time on the exam. 3. Final exams are closed at 11:59 p.m. Mountain Time. 4. Reminders: You will only be able to enter your online Final Exam one time Click the "Save Answers" button often If you lose your Internet connection during your Final Exam, logon again and try to access your Final Exam. If you are unable to enter the Final Exam, contact first the help desk and then your instructor. You will always be able to see the time remaining in the Final Exam at the top right of the page 5. Assessments with Multiple Pages: Make sure you click the "Save Answers" button before advancing to the next page (we also suggest clicking on save answers while you are working) Complete all of the pages before submitting your Final Exam for instructor review Do NOT use your browser's 'Back' and 'Forward' buttons during the Final Exam Please use the provided links for navigation 6. Submitting Your Final Exam: When you are finished with the Final Exam, click on the "Submit for Grade" button Please note: Once you click the "Submit for Grade" button, you will NOT be able to edit or change any of your answers 7. Exam Questions There are 15 multiple-choice questions each worth 3 points for a total of 45 points. The questions are broken down by Terminal Cost Objectives. There are 7 randomly selected Essay questions. This means that not everyone will have the same essay questions. Even if you do have some of the same questions, they will not be in the same order. These questions are distributed amongst the TCOs. Each question is worth 25 points for a total of 175 points. The entire exam is worth 220 points. On the essay questions please be demonstrate brief; your knowledge and understanding in a short but complete answer. I suggest you limit your answers to a couple of paragraphs that directly speak to the question. There are a number of essay questions so don't try to write too much on one of them and as a result not finish the remainder of the questions 8. Some of the key study areas are as follows: Network security concepts and technologies (IPSEC, VPN, etc.) Disaster recovery plans Connectivity technologies (DSL, ATM, Cable, etc.) Types of network infrastructure (host based, client/server based, etc.) TCP/IP and VoIP Wireless technologies and architecture Network performance issues and solutions Network topologies (star, ring, etc.) Areas that were discussed in the threads will be prime targets. Homework questions will also be prime targets for revisiting. There will not be a requirement for calculations on the test. 9. Areas that were discussed in the threads will be prime targets. Homework questions will also be prime targets for revisiting. There will not be a requirement for calculations on the test. Review the TCOs TCO A - Given a description of business pressures that require data and telecommunications solutions, describe the evolution, current state, and trends in communications architectures, technologies, industries, and solutions that address those pressures. TCO B - Given a business scenario, explain how data and telecommunications can be used for strategic competitive advantage and the role of data and telecommunications in business process reengineering. TCO C - Given a business scenario that requires a distributed or client/server information systems solution, analyze the applicability of various transmission media, protocols, standards, hardware, and software from local, wide, intranet, global, and Internet standpoints. TCO D - Given a high-level description of a corporate communications technology infrastructure, identify the issues involved with effectively managing the basic data and telecommunications resources, processes, and systems. TCO E - Given a business problem that requires a telecommunications solution, analyze the applicability of networked business applications and potential groupware solutions such as traditional office systems, document management systems, and electronic meeting systems. TCO F - Given a description of a typical corporate data communications system, explain the requirements and difficulties of securing corporate networks from internal and external threats. TCO G - Given a business problem that requires a telecommunications solution, identify a process to evaluate and select appropriate technologies based on cost-benefit and risk models.

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