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|Title: ||ICT=Information and Communication Technology infrastructure capacity plan for the integrated student information system of SLU|
|Authors: ||Aspuria, Cecilia T.|
|Keywords: ||ICT Infrastructure|
Integrated Student Information System
|Issue Date: ||Mar-1998 |
|Abstract: ||Summary: The research presented a capacity plan for the ICT Infrastructure of the integrated student information system of SLU. The capacity plan is initially guided by the critical success factor methology, which outlined the priority business that will be used in the capacity plan. The model used for the capacity plan is the Business-Service-Work (BSW) model. The design of the study is descriptive. The main tool was a hands-on simulation of the registration procedure and unstructured interviews of the personnel of MIS Office and the Registrar Office.
8.2. Findings: The study provided a capacity plan for the ICT infrastructure of the Integrated Student Information System that supports the development and the implementation of the integrated student information system of SLU for the next five years. This includes the capacity plan for the processor and the capacity plan for some of the peripheral devices: memory, storage and back-up facilities.
8.3. Conclusions: To support and strengthen the university’s ability to apply computing and information management capabilities in the implementation of its mission and vision, an effective ICT plan must be considered. Part of the ICT plan is the capacity plan which ensures that ICT resources are capable of handling the several current business activities as well the future business activities of the university. The study shows that based on the development plans of the university. As well as the projected units, the current ICT Infrastructure cannot support the proposed plans.
8.4. Recommendation: Since the study concludes that the existing ICT Infrastructure cannot sustain the development plans of SLU for the next five years, especially on the integrated student information system, a processor upgrade is recommended. The memory as well as the disk space capacity should likewise be upgraded to be able to maintain a balance on the respective upgrade of the processor.|
|Description: ||Thesis (M.S.I.T.)--Saint Louis University, Baguio City, 1998.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Computing and Information Sciences|
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