IT 200 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric Overview Successful professionals in the IT environment need to be familiar with the fundamental IT tools...
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Need Help!!! IT200 Assignment, Need by SUNDAY....MUST HAVE MICROSOFT VISIO for assignment.

I have attached the documents explaining the assignment in detail, please see IT200 Milestone 2 Guidelines Especially!!!

Using the scenario provided in the Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric document, create and document the necessary code changes that are requested. Prepare a brief descriptive summary of the networking configuration of the wired visual configuration from the diagram provided, and use this to create and describe a Visio diagram to represent a wireless networking configuration appropriate for the company. Describe all aspects of the network using IT terminology.

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Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric

Final Project Guidelines and Rubric

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IT 200 Final Project Guidelines and Rubric Overview Successful professionals in the IT environment need to be familiar with the fundamental IT tools and applications that are used in everyday functions and know how these tools and applications interrelate. The final project for this course is a Company Consult Debrief that illustrates a systems view of a company’s technology infrastructure and the interrelationships between components such as networks, data management, programming, web technologies, and information assurance. A detailed company scenario is provided, with supporting databases, tables, table inventory, and query orders. Three milestones support the development of the project. These are designed to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Three, Five, and Six . The final submission will occur in Module Seven . This assessment will assess your mastery with respect to the following course outcomes : Apply fundamental IT terminology appropriately in highly structured situations Illustrate the applicability of foundational information technologies for specific professional environments Assess fundamental IT concepts at the component level in rationalizing recommendations for business environments Illustrate interrelationships among key concepts of IT for developing a systems view of information technology Prompt Scenario : The new owner of Swagger Distribution Company, a company that distributes clothing and apparel, does not have experience with IT-related problem solving, so she is contracting you, an IT consultant. You will review the company’s technology infrastructure and the interrelationships between components such as HCI, networks, data management, programming, web technologies, and information assurance. You will assess the current infrastructure and programming modifications, network optimization, and improvements to security procedures, and provide your feedback and recommendations. 1. Human-Computer Interface (HCI): On a daily basis, Swagger Distribution’s employees log in to the company’s network and utilize many different types of software and the internet. They use Microsoft Word and Microsoft Visio daily. 2. Databases: Swagger Distribution’s partners/customers include a variety of clothing companies. Swagger Distribution utilizes a database to store information on the partner companies and the orders that are received. You will review the provided database for Swagger Distribution and summarize what the tables contain and what the queries do. Be sure to apply key terms that you have learned such as “metadata.” Based on information provided, you will change one data type in one of the tables. 3. Programming: Every day, when an employee of Swagger Distribution signs on to her computer, a pop-up window opens and gives a greeting to the employee. The new owner would like to continue to have the pop-up window but would like to change the greeting. 4. Networking: There are two possible configurations for Swagger Distribution’s network: a wired version and a wireless version. 5. Web Technologies: Swagger Distribution is in the process of designing a new website using HTML5 (HyperText Markup Language). 6. Information Security: There is no current information security standard at Swagger Distribution. You know that one needs to be implemented.
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Your Company Consult Debrief should address the information technology needs for Swagger Distribution listed above. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. Human–Computer Interaction (HCI) Consult a. Summary – Summarize the human–computer interactions (HCI) problem the company is experiencing. Be sure to list all aspects of the problem and explain their importance to the usability of the software. For example, you might identify components of Microsoft Office applications such as Word or Visio, discussing all aspects of the HCI and explaining their importance to the usability of this software. b. Recommendation – Suggest an enhancement to one of the applications for improving its HCI, providing supporting examples/research for your suggestion. c. Illustration – Create a one-page tutorial for Microsoft Visio, including component screenshots, for new employees who are familiar with Microsoft Word but have never used Microsoft Visio. To comprehensively address this element, you should cover at least two basic functions and/or menu options. d. Identification – Use fundamental IT terminology to label components in the tutorial and appropriately in the summary. To comprehensively address this element, you would label at least five components in the tutorial. II. Information Management/Database (IMD) Consult a. Summary – Summarize the information management/database (IMD) items of the distribution company, listing all tables and all queries, summarizing what the tables contain and what the queries do. b. Edit – Based on the information provided, add a new data type to the table, enter the data, and describe your actions. III. Programming Consult a. Modification – Based on the request provided by the new owner, change the display message of the provided code that is currently used to a new display message. b. Illustration – Include the key components of the line of code provided, highlight what needs to be modified, and provide the revised code. c. Identification – Use fundamental IT terminology to label components of the code provided. IV. Networking Consult a. Summary – Summarize the wired networking configuration from the diagram provided and use this to create and describe a Visio diagram to represent a wireless networking configuration appropriate for the company. b. Identification – Use fundamental IT terminology to label all aspects of the network components in the visual representation. V. Web Technologies Consult a. Summary – Summarize key components of a potential website that would effectively address the company’s needs. In order to comprehensively address this element, you should include at least 10 components in your summary. b. Recommendation – Provide practical suggestions on aspects that would ensure the quality of the website in meeting the company’s needs, explaining your rationale behind the proposed suggestions. c. Illustration – Provide a visual representation of these components as deployed in an existing website or websites that will support the functionality you address in your recommendations. For example, this is where you might supply screenshots of aspects of the website that would support the functionality your suggestions offer.
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IT 200 Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric Scenario: A new owner has purchased Swagger Distribution Company, a company that distributes clothing and apparel. She does not have experience with IT- related problem solving, so she is contracting you, as an IT consultant, to help. For Milestone Two, you will submit a document summarizing the programming components and networking configuration of the distribution company. Take a moment to read the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric to see how the following information applies to the final project, and then proceed to do the following for Milestone Two: Programming: Every day, when an employee of Swagger Distribution signs on to her computer, a pop-up window opens and gives a greeting to the employee. The new owner would like to continue to have the pop-up window but would like to change the greeting. This code is currently displayed on the computer screen at Swagger Distribution every morning when employees log on to their computers. The new owner would like you to: 1. Add a second line that tells employees, “Welcome to Swagger Distribution!” 2. Place the “Welcome” statement above the current date. 3. Change the word “Current” to “Today’s” on the date output. (Hint: To add a second line of output code, simply add a second System.out.println in the statement.) **NOTE: Take a screenshot of the code you adapted and the result at the bottom. Take this code to https://www.compilejava.net/ . Important: Clear all of the code that is already in the compiler so you can begin with a blank editor. For this area of the assignment: Identify the functionality of key code components such as what the functionality of “system.out.println” is along with other code components such as the calendar code and the semicolon. Briefly summarize the three changes that were made from the original code for Swagger using terminology you learned in this module. Add a screenshot of your code and output and paste into your document. Networking: There are two possible configurations for Swagger Distribution’s network: a wired version and a wireless version. For this area of the assignment: Review the provided visual representation of the wired configuration and summarize it using IT terminology. Using the Basic Network Diagram template in Visio, create and describe a diagram that makes it possible for the “warehouse” and “offices” to have a wireless connection. Be sure to label each item. Paste a screenshot of your diagram in your Word document.
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Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Written components of the project must follow these formatting guidelines when applicable: double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. The paper should be 1 to 2 pages in length, not including cover page and resources, and written in paragraph form. Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more information, review these instructions . Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value Programming Consult: Identification Meets “Proficient” criteria substantiated with professional language Identifies the key components of the line code provided with no errors Attempts to identify the key components of the line code provided; however, there are major errors or omissions Does not identify the key components of the line code provided 20 Programming Consult: Illustration Meets “Proficient” criteria, and the detailed descriptions of the code changes required demonstrate expertise Accurately identifies what parts of the code need to be modified for a new display message as requested by the new owner with no errors Tries to identify what needs to be modified in the code that is currently used for a new display message as requested by the new owner, but identification is inaccurate or does not comply with the requests of the new owner Does not identify what needs to be modified in the code that is currently used for a new display message as requested by the new owner 20 Programming Consult: Modification Meets “Proficient” criteria, and the explanations of supporting screenshots demonstrate professional expertise in the code modification to produce the new display message Changes the display message of the provided code to a new display message Attempts to change the display message of the provided code to a new display message; however, there are significant errors Does not change the display message of the provided code to a new display message 20 Networking Consult: Summary Meets “Proficient” criteria, and summary demonstrates fluency with network concepts Summarizes the wired networking configuration of the distribution company, listing the key aspects of the network, and creates a wireless network configuration Attempts to summarize the wired networking configuration of the distribution company and creates a wireless network configuration, but key aspects of the wireless network are not identified Does not describe the wired networking configuration or create a wireless network configuration 20 Networking Consult: Component Identification Meets “Proficient” criteria, and component identification demonstrates professional understanding of network components Uses fundamental IT terminology to accurately label the key components in the screenshot of the wireless network diagram Uses fundamental IT terminology to label components in the screenshot of the wireless network, but some labels are inaccurate or missing Does not use fundamental IT terminology to label components, or use demonstrates a limited understanding 20
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