Information systems strategic planning for Kosovo Peace keeping force
Haga, William J.
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This thesis presents a model of a detailed information strategic planning for a military organization. The model includes the analysis and design of a network and a three-tier client server system. The network analysis focuses on the network traffic flow analysis of Ethernet and Token Ring models. Each candidate technology is simulated with Extend 4.0 separately. Average latency and waiting time in the queue are the simulation parameters. The selection of the candidate technology will play an important role in the implementation of the intranet for the organization. The three-tier client/server system includes the design and implementation of a relational database, which is connected to the intranet. The database is created with Access 2000. The database connectivity from back-end to front-end is constructed by Active Server Pages (ASP), which enables the users to manipulate the database via their web browsers. The intranet pages are built with Microsoft Front Page 2000. This prototype will be a first and big step for this organization to initiate a transformation from paper-based environment to the paperless world.
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