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However, at the supply end of the hosting market where “Company A” has established itself, higher technical expertise and investment in a secure hosting infrastructure and customer acquisition would be necessary. With these taken into account a total investment in the order of £Xm-£Xm would meet the requirements of a mid-sized hosting company like “Company A”. Speed to market for a new company in this area would be in the region of XX-XX months. For a company wishing to go further by establishing its own data centre the cost of market entry would be further increased and the timescale limited by constraint of power availability.
FR3.6.2 Managed File Transfer
Managed file transfer (MFT) features help companies control all aspects of the movement of data (frequently, but not limited to, large bulk data) internally among applications, or between internal systems and external business partners. MFT functionality usually comprises four discrete functionalities including MFT clients and servers, MFT proxies (for demilitarised zone [DMZ] security) and various plug-ins.
Business Impact Analysis
What are the key activities of your service? List the effect of a disruption to the activity for the differing time periods as well as the resource requirements for recovery. You may find that a previously underestimated activity has many interdependencies that mean it is a ‘critical’ function.
List the services or products your organization is planning to deliver at or from this location, and how the purchase of this property would help achieve this goal.
Please keep in mind the permitted uses for the property as presently zoned are provided in Section F “Supplementary Information” of the Call for Submissions document. Requirements for the property in question are summarized there. The applicant should ensure their Business Plan complies with zoning requirements.
The purpose of this plan is to define the recovery process developed to restore Your Company’s critical business functions. The plan components detail Your Company’s procedures for responding to an emergency situation, which affects Your Company’s ability to deliver core services to our customers or our ability to meet investors, legal or regulatory requirements.
Avoid stating how you would design a solution to the security requirements. For instance, don’t specify a password system. Your aim here is to identify the security requirement; the design will come from the requirement.
Consider asking for help. Computer security is a highly specialized field, and one where improperly qualified people have no business. If your product has need of more than average security, we advise you to make use of a security consultant. Such consultants are not cheap, but the results of inadequate security can be even more expensive.
This general business plan template has been designed to accomodate any type of business. Directions and tables are included in different parts of the template. Some of these may not be relevant for your business. If necessary and if relevant to your business, additional information beyond the outline of this template can also be attached. Users of the template are free to include or exclude information based on their businessspecifications. Please note that all the information, data and findings in the business plan must be realistic and with proper references or acknowledgment wherever appropriate.
The full option appraisal should include a cost/benefit/risk comparison between the options available to address the business problem / opportunity. Options to include ‘do nothing’, business and
technical options, timing options and, if at all relevant, consideration of 3 rd party involvement – contractors, joint ventures partnerships, PFI and funding options. When considering options, relevant strategies, standards and legal requirements should be taken into account.
4. C ONSIDERATIONS
The following are specification items that should be considered based on the specific situations at each hub and the locations for the regional signs. These considerations are optional. If an agency decides to not take into account these considerations, the agency is still required to ensure that its signs meet the mandatory requirements listed in section 3 of this document.
Schema Design Quality
The schema design quality conformance means that the designed schema complies with some sets of best practices and organizational specific requirements. The best practice rules may be drawn from experienced system integrators and/or XML architects. Tests within this category seek to enhance the usability/re-usability and interoperability support of the schema such as the schema’s ability to capture and enforce desired semantics, extensibility, ease of maintenance, and implementation and processing efficiency.
3. Health and safety
Care for health and safety is essential during any stage of any activity. As intelligent pigging of pipelines typically involves working with pressurized components and potentially explosive and/or flammable environments, adequate procedures must be in place to prevent any harm to personnel, environment or equipment. It is the responsibility of both pipeline operator and (ILI) tool operator to agree on health and safety requirements and procedures and to check if latest and most stringent versions of (local) HSE
Kennan dairy cow farm business will be operated to supply dairy cow products in the Jimma town and surrounding areas to meet demand of customers in the area. The main mission of the business is to satisfy the demand of customers in niche markets and other spatial markets, creating permanent customer in order to assure sustainability of the business and being committed to sacrifice time and effort to make our target customers happy on our products there by meeting quality standards. The major objectives from the business point of view is to supply the quality dairy products to customers to generate income from business in order to increase profitability and competitiveness of the business by providing customer oriented dairy products. The major dairy products that the business is going to supply may include liquid milk, cheese, butter, calves and dairy by products. The business will be opened with startup capital of 3417961.49 ETB. From this total capital, about 56% is acquired from the commercial bank of Ethiopia in the form of loan at the 5% interest rate and the remaining 44% will be derived from owners of the business. A contingency of 10% of initial capital will be retained as account capital for the periods in which the business faces a harsh condition. The business will increase production by stressing on milk production, manure handling, grass forage, corn silage and young stock as production strategies. The estimated amount of the product which will be supplied to Jimma town and surrounding community is 60% of total product of the business such as fresh milk, butter and cheese while the remaining 40% of the products like butter, cream and cheese will be supplied to the spatial markets such as Addis Ababa, Agaro and Bedele. The business will be promoted through Medias such as television, fana radio; electronic mobile and etc. sales promotion will also be used to capture attention of the customers. Postcards, business cards and tapela will also be used for promotion by showing the address where the business is operating. As it was explained here above, 30 cows (jersey breed) each costing 15,000 ETB will be purchased and at the beginning year 20 cows (jersey breed) will give milk and milk products. In the first year operation, there is negative profit (1006349ETB) for the businesses because of a large portion of costs have been incurred for fixed and intermediate assets. For the three consecutive years, the business will obtain a positive profit of 660747 ETB, 806445.315 ETB and 969210.575 EBT, respectively. In four year operation, the business will obtain a profit of 41.84% of the startup capital of the business.
It should be emphasized that this document lists the high level requirements and specifications to which the terminal equipment shall conform to, in order to achieve interoperability with Cyta´s network infrastructure. This document, however, shall not be interpreted as a detailed specification document for third party suppliers in order to procure terminal equipment and cannot guarantee full interoperability of the terminal equipment with the core network. Cyta´s extended testing activities and experience is a proof that full interoperability can be only achieved on the field, mainly due to the specifics of the protocol implementations of the various vendors. It should be mentioned that this document does not include requirements for features which are network agnostic such as LCD dimensions and capabilities, address book capacity, ring tones etc.
developing recovery procedures, including their scope and content. •
• Recovery Time Objective (RTO). Recovery Time Objective (RTO). RTO defines the RTO defines the maximum amount of time maximum amount of time that a that a system resource can remain unavailable before there is an unacceptable impact on system resource can remain unavailable before there is an unacceptable impact on other system resources, supported mission/business processes, and the MTD. other system resources, supported mission/business processes, and the MTD.
The first step in the development of any system is to determine just what the user wants, the purpose of the ensuing system, and the necessary accompanying requirements. User needs and requirements represent the first and most important step in systems development and must be clear, concise, consistent, unambiguous, and represent user goals and purposes for the system to be constructed. An organized approach to produce user needs and requirements is the preferable method and will surely result in a more concise and complete explanation of what is to be constructed than an ad hoc scheme. Thus, a process for user needs and requirements articulation is the initial step in systems development. Any process used to acquire and articulate user needs and requirements must ensure the aforementioned qualities, as best as possible, in the resulting specification documentation. User needs and requirements describe the system to be constructed as seen by the user and include agreement across and between users and developers as to what it is that is to be constructed and provides, as well, a basis for estimation of cost and time to complete. The products of a user needs and requirements process include definition of the product to be constructed, documented specifications of this product, any constraints or environmental concerns that must be met, performance needs, interface requirements, and quality attributes of the system. Minimally, such a process to acquire and articulate user needs and requirements must include: 1) elicitation of the purpose(s), constraints, functions, and intended utilization environment; 2) assessment of the validity, risk and constructability of the consequent system; and 3) transformation of these statements to the concise language of a specification satisfactory for design and implementation.
7.2. Critical Evaluation 126 extra complexity is necessary to support the separation of system and instrumentation code and to support the rich KAOS requirements specification.
Another important contribution made by this work is in monitoring of soft goals and in specifying metrics to allow monitoring of soft goals. This is a topic that has received relatively little attention. The work in this thesis builds on ideas from two sources. In [Robinson 03], aggregate monitors are included which detect situations such as repeated failures of a goal. In [Letier 04], the KAOS methodology is extended to more precisely specify soft goals. This is done not for monitoring but to improve analysis of soft goals at the requirements stage. Quality variables are defined, using natural language, and combined using objective functions which indicate quantities to be maximised or minimised. The work on monitoring soft goals in this thesis com- bines these two ideas so that aggregate metrics can be written which use goal instance metrics. The idea of quality variables is formalised, resulting in goal instance metrics which are defined using the KAOS object model.