What level of security should you place on your application's database to prevent unauthorized data access or manipulation? How do you implement security controls? How do you maintain security as you maintain the application? Find guidelines in this presentation.
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This sample plan can give you a good sense of how long an Intranet design can take. You can create your own plan from this example.
Here's a sample Project Plan (in Microsoft Project format) on which you can model your application package evaluation/selection project.
You have a bright idea deserving of funding and implementation. Here's how to get it down on paper so your boss and a sponsor with deep pockets will say, That's brilliant. Do it!
No job is over until the paperwork is finished. Here's a sample report produced at the close of a project. Use it as a template to help you tie up all the loose ends and turn your finished project over to your delighted and satisfied client.
You're undertaking a project for Project Management Process Improvement--a big job. Use this comprehensive project initiation plan as a guide to justify the project from a cost/benefit and risk perspective and to help you plan each step to take to get the project up and rolling.
Here's a reusable project plan for developing a Data Warehouse logical data model, an important architectural component of the overall data warehouse.
This is not a typical request for information that goes on forever in boring text, putting you and your potential vendors in a coma. It is a useful matrix that succinctly itemizes nearly every criterion for selecting an application vendor.
Are you about to select a commercial Relationship Management application? State exactly what you need. This thoroughly constructed sample RFI to solicit application package information from vendors will save you hours of work. Modify it to suit your requirements.
Keep your project team and stakeholders at all levels informed. This simple matrix shows the details of who is delivering what information on the project, to whom, how and when.