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Running head: CLUB IT, PART 2 1 Club IT, Part 2 Darrell Dannelley XBIS/219 August 7, 2011 Dr. Shawn M. Rieder
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CLUB IT, PART 2 2 Club IT, Part 2 Club IT’s caters to Net generation and Millennials. These are the generations that eat, sleep, and breath technology. Club IT is a modern nightclub, with a high-energy, high-impact environment. With a few advances in technology Club IT will not only operate smoother and more effectively, it will also make it more desirable and profitable. Most technology today relies on have a high speed Internet connection. Possessing a high speed Internet connection will not only provide a way to speed up operations it will also appeal to customers to connect Wi-Fi devices. Possessing a strong broadband connection will allow the club to join the modern online world. High speed Internet leads the way in to developing a club network. A club network will allow computerized point of sell systems that would be used at the bar, by the servers, hostess, kitchen, and in the manager’s office. This network of computers will talk to each other as well as providing a way to monitor and record all the nights’ events. A network of computers inside the bar will allow the bartenders and servers put in orders that can
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2011 for the course XBIS219 XBIS219 taught by Professor Reider during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Club IT, Part 2 - Running head: CLUB IT, PART 2 1 Club IT,...

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