Requirements analysis and infrastructure assessment methodologies for intranet development.
Sizemore, Scott R.
Frew, Barry A.
Haga, William J.
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This is a study of intranet planning methodologies with specific focus on two aspects of project planning, requirements analysis and infrastructure assessment. This thesis examines both qualitative and quantitative aspects of assessing and planning for intranets. Thoroughly completing these two areas is important in order to bring success to an intranet project. This thesis examines variables necessary in each area that require consideration during planning. Chapter II is a study of requirements analysis. A three-step methodology will guide planners through a logical process that assists in creating a well-organized plan. Chapter III is a study of infrastructure assessment. Items of infrastructure are defined and listed to assist planners to assess existing infrastructures. A five-step methodology will guide planners through a logical process of assessing enterprise infrastructure. Chapter IV is a case study of the U.S. Marine Corps Collaborative Planning Network, an enterprise-wide intranet project designed to augment the existing Marine Corps Enterprise Network. Methods and processes in this case study closely parallel methods of planning recommended in this thesis. Chapter V contains a summary and recommendations. This chapter also provides recommendations for areas of further study in intranet planning
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