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IT 600 Final Project Milestone Three Template: Full Organizational Profile
Directions: For Milestone Three of your final project, insert your answers directly in the Student Analysis column below by doing the following:
In each of the “Tech Description” fields, describe the GPOS feature using relevant technical terms and topic-related details.
In each of the “Business Requirement” fields, describe (in business terms) how the absence of this GPOS feature impacts a business such as
In each of the “Application Benefit” fields, describe the impact of this GPOS feature on the software applications that are typically run by
In each of the “Implementation Tasks” fields, describe (in detail) how this feature would be implemented in a typical business back-office
See the instructions at the bottom of the document about the recommendation you will need to make.
Note: You can reuse the two criteria you completed milestone Two (Tech Description and Business Requirement) to complement the new work in
this milestone (Application Benefit and Implementation Tasks). Be sure to incorporate any instructor feedback you received on your Milestone Two
Multiprogramming refers to various processes
running in a pseudo-parallel state. Considering the
user perspective, it looks as if the programs are
operating in simultaneously with the central
processing unit switching from one function to
Multiprogramming requires that each server in the
system be able to process one application at a time.
This means that the server should process a user
application at a time. The other system users will
have to wait until the previous function is executed
to be able to access the server.
In cases where an organization does not use the
multiprogramming in the workstation, it creates
delays. The delay is caused because system users
will have to close all their current operations for
them to be able to open other application. Two
applications cannot be executed simultaneously. For
example, if a user was using a web browser
application, will have to switch off the browser to be
able to open an email program.
Benefits of the