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  • Network proposal ppt

    1. 1. Network Proposal<br />By Franklin B. Williams II<br />5 Location Network Design<br />
    2. 2. Index<br />Introduction<br />ABC Medical Practice Current Network<br />Network Planning (WBS)<br />Inventory of Hardware & Network Devices<br />Software Requirement<br />Disaster Recovery & Cost Analysis<br />Proposed Network Design<br />Implementing New Network (WBS)<br />Staff Training<br />
    3. 3. Network ProposalIntroduction<br />Prepared By Franklin Williams<br /> The scope of this proposal is to create a better network for the Medical Practice that will allow them flexibility in the following categories:<br />Security<br />Data Backup<br />Network Scalability<br />
    4. 4. ABC Medical PracticeCurrent Network Design<br />The current network is nothing of a business network. None of the locations are connected; each of the locations is running its own Local Area Network(LAN). <br />There is no Virtual Private Network(VPN) for the company to provide separation from the public network.<br />Some of the Hardware used in this network needs to be upgraded and additional systems added to ensure productivity among departments.<br />5 Locations within the same city<br />
    5. 5. Network Planning Work Break-Down Structure(WBS)<br />Planning will help keep the project in order and done in a timely manner.<br />
    6. 6. Inventory of Hardware Network DevicesA complete audit of network combined with current & new devices<br />
    7. 7. Inventory of Network Devices<br />Network Devices Need<br />10 Switches<br />5 Routers<br />5 DSU/CSU (Optional, routers can possess this particular feature to cut cost.)<br />Server Equipment<br />5 Print Servers<br />1 Web Server<br />1 Application Server<br />1 Server (Linux OS)<br />Server Equipment Continue:<br />1 Directory Server for the Windows Server 2003/2008<br />1 Database Server<br />Workstations<br />48 Workstations<br />11 Printers<br />
    8. 8. Software Requirements<br />All workstation will be configured in the same manner. An image disk will be created to allow greater flexibility when troubleshooting.<br />All workstations will be running Virus Scan, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Live for email solutions. <br />Applications such as Medical Management, Windows Server 2003, SQL and Fedora 8 will be hosted at the City Center location via VPN. <br />
    9. 9. Disaster Recovery<br />Disaster Recovery<br />Being able to recover fast is key to the continuation of a business.<br />Fixing or Replacing hardware<br />Backups<br />Software errors<br />Knowing the legal ramifications<br />Benefits<br />Planning before it happens saves time and prevents the company from losing generated income. The scope of the Disaster Recovery Plan is to give the IT Admin a general idea of what to do in the event of an emergency.<br />
    10. 10. Cost Analysis<br />After examining the Disaster Recovery Plan, lets take a look at the cost of a disaster from an extreme point of view. The most valued components of the Medical Practice is its servers to do business with the insurance companies.<br />Example: 3 Servers are down and none operational. Each server costs $6000 and it will take 4 hours each to get new servers online and operational.<br />In a single day, these servers generates $20,000.00.<br />
    11. 11. Cost Analysis Continue<br />Now, I have created a percentage in which is more important to the company or should be of importance. <br />Application Server 20% of the business<br />Web Server 10% of the business<br />Database Server 30% of the business<br />Known as Annual Rate of Occurrence = .6%<br />Company Generated Income = $20,000.00 a day<br />Cost of replacing servers 3 x $6000 = $18,000<br />Known as Single Loss Expectancy = (20,000 + 18,000) = $38,000<br />Now we need to Multiply both ARO and SLE<br /> .6($38,000) = $22,800<br />The Medical Practice needs to budget at least $22,800<br />In order to deal with failed servers.<br />The Servers are<br />60% of the Business<br />
    12. 12. New Network Design Proposal<br />Benefits of New Network<br />Offers scalability<br /> - Hardware<br /> - Network<br /> - Wirelessly<br />One central location for backups<br />Multiple Networks (VPN, WAN, and LAN).<br />Security<br />Allows the IT Admin to work remotely.<br />
    13. 13. Planning Installation of New Network.<br />Deploying New Network<br /><ul><li>Current Network Scheduled Down-Time
    14. 14. Ordering Equipment
    15. 15. Installing Equipment
    16. 16. Testing New Network</li></li></ul><li>Testing New Network<br />Through using a Network Testing Script, many areas of the network can be tested at once. This will ensure that there are no problems once the network is in place for business.<br />
    17. 17. Organization Training<br />Network Handbook<br />Once the network is in place, each department will be trained specifically for their position within the organization. I will also develop a section on the company’s intranet for further training of the network and how things work.<br />Office Supervisor Training<br />Collections Training<br />Receptionist Training<br />Doctors Training<br />Nurses Training<br />