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Read Dorfman Pacific Rolls Out a New Wireless Warehouse on p. 395 of Essentials of Management Information Systems . Answer the following questions in 200- to 300-words: Being that I have been left in charge of this project there are several things I would hope that can be changed before we go all the way on this. I feel as though the current plan in place may cause a few problems over the course of time however, we are on the right track. With the integration of technology into our warehouse we will be leagues ahead of the competition because the system will be flawless once we consider some of the ideas I have to offer. The idea to get rid of the old paper system will surely be the first thing but once we rid ourselves of that age old way of taking down information. I believe that a wireless
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Unformatted text preview: system will not be as fast as a hard wired system, with mobile and stationary devices to send and receive information. Also a hard wired system offers little to no connectivity issues and for the most part information travels faster through the network. I suggest this merely to avoid dead zones with the network. Although, I would rather a hard wired connection but I do feel like supervision or manager should have unique access points mainly in their offices, where information can be processed and filtered down to the inventory floor. We already plan Upgrade all network cables and the fact that over the years the layout of the warehouse has changed because of the changes made to increase the size and inventory....
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2012 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Winter '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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