FEASIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTING OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

FEASIBILITY OF IMPLEMENTING OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

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Unformatted text preview: - (absent) + (present) HIGH PROBABILITY PROBABILITY LOW HIGH MEDIUM LOW HIGH LOW HIGH IMPACT MEDIUM LOW IMPACT 3X3 Probability-Impact Grid 2X2 Probability-Impact Grid VHI PROBABILITY HI MED LO VLO IMPACT VLO LO MED HI VHI 5X5 Probability-Impact Grid PROBABILITY VHI VHI HI PROBABILITY HI MED MED LO LO VLO VLO POSITI VE IMPACT (OPPORTUNITI ES) NEGATIVE I MPACT ( THREATS ) LO VLO MED HI VHI VHI HI MED VLO LO Running head: FEASIBILITY OF OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY 1 FEASIBIILITY OF IMPLEMENTING OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT MARCH 2010 BY Hemant Kharpude Parkpoom Techaran Rodrigo Goncalves Sirirat Wisuthisakchai Master Thesis Committee: Dr. Jeffrey S. Appel, Course Instructor Dr. Shekar Viswanathan, Lead Faculty Prof. David Blaine, Thesis Advisor Mark Sotelo, Thesis Sponsor FEASIBILITY OF OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY 2 Copyright 2010 by Hemant Kharpude, Parkpoom Techaran, Rodrigo Goncalves and Sirirat Wisuthisakchai All rights reserved. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FEASIBILITY OF OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY 3 This research has been a challenge for all the researchers and their families and friends, therefore we would like to thank our families, boyfriends, girlfriends and friends for patience and support during this period of dedication to achieving this dream. We would also like to dedicate this work to three people that made this possible, our advisor, our instructor and our sponsor. To David Blaine, our advisor, all our respect and recognition for helping us with bright advices when we were in darkness. To Dr. Jeffrey Appel, our instructor, for challenging us to make our work better and better during the course of these three months. To Mark Sotelo, our sponsor, for giving us important information for the development of our work and for conducting the testing. FEASIBILITY OF OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY 4 MASTERS THESIS APPROVAL FORM The members of the Committee approve the capstone project entitled Feasibility of Implementing Open Source Office at National University of Hemant Kharpude, Parkpoom Techaran, Rodrigo Goncalves and Sirirat Wisuthisakchai. Signature______________________ Date________________ Dr. Jeffrey S. Appel, Course Instructor Signature______________________ Date________________ Prof. David Blaine, Thesis Advisor Signature______________________ Date________________ Mohammad Z. Bsat, Committee Member I certify that I have read this capstone project of Hemant Kharpude, Parkpoom Techaran, Rodrigo Goncalves and Sirirat Wisuthisakchai entitled Feasibility of Implementing Open Source Office at National University and that, in my opinion, it is satisfactory in the scope and quality as a capstone project for the degree of Master of Engineering Management in the School of Engineering and Technology, National University Signature______________________ Date________________ Dr. Shekar Viswanathan, Lead Faculty FEASIBILITY OF OPEN SOURCE OFFICE AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY...
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course ENM 607 taught by Professor Dr.jeffreys.appel during the Spring '11 term at National.

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