Implementing an intranet-based personnel data system in combat arm schools
Haga, William J.
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This thesis presents a model of intranet implementation for a military organization. The model includes the design and implementation of a relational database for personnel department, which is connected to the intranet. The database connectivity from back-end to front-end constructed by Active Server Pages (ASP), enables the users to manipulate the database via their web browsers. From the technical aspect, in order to achieve a successful and secure intranet implementation, several software and hardware components are reviewed and some are recommended. The intranet pages are built with Microsoft Front Page 98. This prototype will be a first and big step for this organization to initiate a transformation from the traditional manual world to a digitized world. Therefore, it is highly expected that there will be a change problem in the organization. From the management aspect, specific change strategies are suggested to manage change.
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