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Assignment on Client Presentation for a Proposed Network Design Exercise: You have designed a network to meet the specific needs of your client. Now, it is time to showcase that design. When you are dealing with a client, communication plays a key role in your professional success. You may have a very effective design, but you may not still be able to achieve maximum client satisfaction if you cannot communicate your design to your client properly. To gain approval for a new network design, upgrade, or enhancement, you will have to present your network design, project costs, and project plan to all the stakeholders, which includes senior leadership. Presentation (9-10 slides): Create a PowerPoint presentation with a narrative overlay. The overall slide show must be in the 9–10 minutes range. The presentation must be engaging, organized, easy to understand, appropriate for the intended audience, and complete with the following: Introduce the presentation Describe the network in layman’s terms Identify how the network meets each specific client need Describe how the network ensures security Provide technical details with which the client needs to be familiar Instruct the client on any technical needs for supporting the network Summarize the presentation Remember the following when developing the presentation: Keep the presentation short and simple. Do not load the presentation down with paragraphs of text. Keep it simple and use images. Make sure that the presentation is informative and that it uses facts and figures.
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When presenting to a non-technical audience, try to refrain from making it too technical. Remember that the presentation would normally be presented to leadership who most likely will not understand the technical information. Explain clearly to the leadership the costs and benefits that the network will offer to the organization. Note: To complete this presentation, you must have Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or a higher version loaded on your computer. In addition, you must have a microphone to record your oral narrative to accompany the presentation. Once the PowerPoint slides are complete, you have created a written copy of the narrative, and you have tested the narrative to be sure it is the proper overall length (time), you will embed the oral narrative into the file. To embed the narrative, complete the following steps. Beginning with the first slide: 1. Select the Slide Show Tab—Record Narration—Set microphone level. 1. Talk into your microphone to make sure it is working properly. b. Click OK—Begin your narrative for the first slide. c. Advance to the next slide (left click)—Be sure you are done speaking before you left click. d. Record the narrative for the second slide.
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  • Spring '17
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