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How Evans Enterprise party and wedding planners could use IT to help manage their business.

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Introduction

Table of contents 1.0 - Current status of the Company 3 1.1 - Background to the company 3 1.2 - Company Management 5 1.3 - Resources 5 1.4 - Current orginisation structure 6 1.5 - The future of 'Evans Enterprises' 7 2. 0 - How information is communicated 8 2. 1 - Communication 8 2. 2 - The importance of communication 8 2. 3 - Categories of communication 8 2. 4 - Methods of communication 9 2. 5 - Impact of ICT on communications 12 2. 6 - Legislation 12 3. 0 - Information currently circulating in the company 14 3.1 - Supplier Invoice 14 3.2 - Daily time sheet 15 3.3 - Delivery Docket 17 3.4 - Application form 18 4. 0 - Problems within Evan's Enterprises 19 4.1.1 - Communication 19 4.1.2 - Staff Training 19 4.1.3 - No facility for Online Bookings 20 4.1.4 - Business and staff rely on Paper Based Documents 20 4.1.5 - No current Computer System 20 4.1.6 - Limited Computer Knowledge 20 4.1.7 - Management of Delegate List 21 4.1.8 - Staff not Completing Documents 21 4.1.9 - Staff Procedures 21 4.1.10 - Lack of Organisation 21 4.1.11 - Moving onto new businesses 22 4.1.12 - Using in-effective computer programs 22 4.1.13 - No proper list of appropriate suppliers. 22 5.0 - How ICT resources can be used to assist the circulation of information in EE 22 5.1 - Hardware 23 5.1.1 - Computer 23 5.1.2 - Servers 24 5.1.3 - Printers 25 5.1.4 - A Scanner 27 5.1.4 - A photocopier 27 5.2 - Software 27 5.2.1 - Operating system 27 5.2.1 - Programs 28 5.3 - Documentation 29 5.3.1 - User guides 29 5.4 - Procedures 30 5.4.1 - Back-up 30 6.0 Networks 31 6.1 LAN 32 6.1.1 Advantages of LAN 32 6.1.2 Disadvantages of LAN 32 6.1.3 Peer-to-Peer 33 6.1.4 Advantages of Peer-to-Peer Network 33 6.1.5 Disadvantages of Peer-to-Peer networks 33 6.1.6 Client/Server Network 34 6.1.7 Advantages of Client/Server Network 34 6.1.8 Disadvantages of Client/Server Networks 34 6.2 EDI (Electronic data Interchange) ...read more.

Middle

Non-impact printer produces text and graphics on paper without actually striking the paper. Printers can also be categorized based on the print method or print technology. The most popular ones are inkjet printer, laser printer, dot-matrix printer and thermal printer. Among these, only dot-matrix printer is impact printer and the others are non-impact printers. Inkjet printers and laser printers are the most popular printer types for home and business use. Dot matrix printer was popular in 70's and 80's but has been gradually replaced by inkjet printers for home use. However, they are still being used to print multi-part forms and carbon copies for some businesses. The use of thermal printers is limited to ATM, cash registers and point-of-sales terminals. Some label printers and portable printers also use thermal printing. Advantages of inkjet printers Disadvantages of inkjet printers - Advantages of inkjet printers - Low cost - High quality of output, capable of printing fine and smooth details - Capable of printing in vivid colour, good for printing pictures - Easy to use - Reasonably fast - Quieter than dot matrix printer - No warm up time - Print head is less durable, prone to clogging and damage - Expensive replacement ink cartridges - Not good for high volume printing - Printing speed is not as fast as laser printers - Ink bleeding, ink carried sideways causing blurred effects on some papers - Aqueous ink is sensitive to water, even a small drop of water can cause blurring - Cannot use highlighter marker on inkjet printouts Advantages of laser printers Disadvantages of laser printers - High resolution - High print speed - No smearing - Low cost per page (compared to inkjet printers) - Printout is not sensitive to water - Good for high volume printing - More expensive than inkjet printers - Except for high end machines, laser printers are less capable of printing vivid colours and high quality images such as photos. ...read more.

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It is simply available for all to see no matter what page they are viewing the site, and instantly For this online form, since it is an online contact form, I have selected a computer made image of a telephone. This is associated with the telephone numbers and the contact form that is found on the page. It also is an easy way to recognise what type of page you're on. Why did you place them in that place on screen? I placed the image up near the top of the page because this space was initially left black; it also is easier to see at the top of the page rather than the bottom. How does user interact with form? The user can easily interact with the form using their mouse. They can click on drop-down boxes to display options to choose from, and they can also click on text boxes to begin typing in them. Generally using their mouse and keyboard they can click and type to fill out the entire form, before clicking on the submit button. Is it intuitive or have you included rollovers / advice There is a piece of information at the top of the form stating that all fields marked with an asterisk require being filled out to send the form. This is sometimes useful information to people and also protects them from accidentally leaving out important fields and not filling them out, as this will return an error and ask the section to be filled in before submitting. Justify colours For the background of the site, I have used an image of a very simply computer made sunny hillside scenery. This brightens up the site and makes it look much more aesthetically please than a solid coloured background for example. Justify text 10.0 Evaluation After researching into Evans enterprise, it is easy to acknowledge many strengths and weaknesses the company has, as well as all the good practises and bad practises they do. For example, ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 Martin Dalrymple ...read more.

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