Recall the three stages of the project:
Phase 1 : Introduction, problem statement, feasibility study, and project plan Phase 2: Methodology to compare the old and new systems and the systems analysis
Phase 3: Results of comparison of the old and new systems and the systems design
In Phase 3 you will use the methodology developed in Phase 2 to compare the old information system analysis and design to the new information system that is cloud-capable, highly available, scalable, and secure. You will use the scholarly supported computing framework and standards (e.g. ANSI, COBIT, ISO, ITU, NIST, HIPAA, PCI) to benchmark the systems analysis and design of the old and new system. Once you perform this comparison, you will detail the results.
Attached Phase 2 for reference
This report must contain the following elements:
I. See the grading rubric for all minimums.
II. Cover page
III. Table of Contents (TOC)
IV. Every section must be well supported with scholarly information systems journal articles.
V. Introduction and conclusion sections
a. Please update your previous introduction and conclusion sections as appropriate
b. A succinct, high quality, and well supported introduction and conclusion should be written
c. It is necessary to highlight the objectives and conclusions of the project
d. Introduce the primary goals of this particular phase, the coinciding objectives, and the outcomes
e. The conclusion should be the last heading and conclude the current phase and state the upcoming objectives and deliverables in the next phase.
VI. Systems analysis and design results – 1500 words and and 10 unique scholarly journal article
a. Follows a well-supported methodology including at least one framework and appropriate standards from scholarly journal articles
b. Uses objective standards accurately to benchmark the old system and the new system
c. Minimal comparison elements should include system:
i. Cloud/distributed computing capabilities
ii. High availability
v. Note, these are projected based upon the comparative benchmarked standards
d. A final updated financial analysis that projects associated costs of both systems once the final design is completed
e. Discuss the managerial implications of the results
f. Uses excel spreadsheets, graphs, figures, and tables to show the objective comparisons of the systems