E-Net Memo

In: Computers and Technology

Submitted By pparker28278
Words 272
Pages 2
| E-Net |
To: Carl Johnson
From: Carl Parker
Date: [ 11/25/2012 ]
Re: Site Survey Benefits
A Site Survey is a detailed look into what normally takes place within the buildings of the company. It is also known as a “realistic understanding of the infrastructure required for the proposed wireless LAN solution” (University of Phoenix, 2004). Site Surveys are very important to a company when adding or changing an existing network. Site Surveys are a good source to help depict where the access points should be located based on the infrastructure and other interferences of the building in order to gain the best range of coverage.
If a Site Survey is not conducted then there could be possible repercussions. If a Site Survey is not completed then it could cause disruption in the WLAN capabilities for the clients/customers and employees. This could result in higher costs to troubleshoot and correct the problems. It could also mean that there is significant down time which can increase the frustrations of the clients/customers. This could ultimately result in lost profits as the clients might choose to go elsewhere resulting in downsizing in the company. The list can go on for why a survey is a much needed item.
There are three categories for tools that are needed to conduct a Site Survey. They are as follows: 1. Wireless tools – survey the access points 2. Measurement tools – measures radio frequency and packets 3. Documentation tools – blueprints, layout designs, Site Survey forms, and other supporting forms
University of Phoenix. (2004). Conducting a Site Survey [Multimedia]. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, IT241…...

Similar Documents


...COMMUNICATION STRATEGY: REVEAL THE CDEP FINDINGS TO THE PUBLIC [MANCOM Memorandum Assignment] Prepared by Ekaterina Afanasyeva Prepared for Dr. Steve D. Ugbah Managerial Communication California State University, East Bay Marketing 6210.01 March 22, 2013 MEMO Plan SUBJECT: Communication strategy: revealing the CDEP findings to the public DUE DATE: March 13, 2013 PURPOSE: ( Direct RESOURCES: Mr. Martinson’s Company profile; The GDEP Case File; Minutes of Mr. Martinson’s meeting with GDEP Officials; the GDEP preliminary feedings. DOCUMENT TYPE: ( Memorandum AUDIENCE: Readers Needs and Priorities 1. Walter Martinson, President His priorities are the reputation AEI, maintaining good relations with the local authorities, the CDEP and other independent organization that can influence the sustainability of his business, ensuring that the company has reliable partners (sub-contractors, suppliers, etc.). In particular he is worried about the possibility that the pollution in Atlanta area could be connected to his company directly and then he needs to know how to deal with the problem or indirectly and then he needs to know how to prevent the gossips. In any case he needs to know how to deliver the news to the public without damaging the reputation of his company. 2. The Executive Committee Avoid leakage of the information and activities that can negatively influence the......

Words: 1056 - Pages: 5


...Luis Cubilla ENG/221 Technical Writing Fundamentals Zachery Koppelmann January 28 2013 The organization of the memo from Hugh to Abram is partially organized. Hugh does not stray from his subject much and appears to stay on point with what he wants to address. The letter has an average format with a standard intro body and conclusion along with a signature which should be included in all e-mails. The clarity however leaves little to be desired for but at least Hugh admits that he does not understand his own employee or his friend. Hugh talks about how he was advised not to use certain enterprise software’s with by his friend and how he could not understand much of how the situation should be handled or how he should move forward with his business plans. The writing style is very unprofessional; it almost seems more like Hugh is writing to a friend rather than a co-worker or colleague. There are no real formalities Abram is only addressed by name once and the overall feel looks like something a brother would write to his family member. The memo seemed to be a little disrespectful in some ways. First Hugh is talking business matters with a friend rather than Abram, secondly it appears Hough’s friend is providing the basic of warnings that any programmer should look for but Hugh appears to be leaning towards his friend’s advice rather than Abram who as Hough states “respects his professional approach”. To add further insult to injury Abram has been asked to not...

Words: 456 - Pages: 2


...T.C. Memo. 2009-93 UNITED STATES TAX COURT THOMAS J. WOODY, Petitioner v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent Docket No. 30077-07. Filed April 30, 2009. P alleges that during tax year 2004 he had a real estate investment and rental business. P deducted expenses associated with this activity as business expenses under I.R.C. sec. 162. R disallowed the business expense deductions. On the basis of this disallowance, R determined a deficiency in P’s Federal income tax for 2004. P petitioned this Court for redetermination of that deficiency. Held: P was not actively engaged in a real estate investment and rental business when he incurred and paid the expenses he deducted as Schedule C business expenses in 2004. Therefore, the costs P deducted are pre-operational start-up expenditures and may not be deducted as business expenses under I.R.C. sec. 162. - 2 Bruce E. Gardner, for petitioner. Scott L. Little, for respondent. MEMORANDUM FINDINGS OF FACT AND OPINION GUSTAFSON, Judge: This case is before the Court on petitioner Thomas J. Woody’s petition for redetermination of his Federal income tax deficiency for 2004 which the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) determined to be $4,955. The issue for decision is whether Mr. Woody is entitled under section 1621 to deductions claimed on his 2004 Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business. As a threshold matter, we must decide whether Mr. Woody was actively engaged in the trade or business of real estate investment and rental......

Words: 3496 - Pages: 14


...Store Operation Messages To: Mangers Subject: New store times Are store are now closed on sunday. The time for the stories will be open monday through saturday.The store will open hour later and close an hour earlier. Manger and full time employees will have four-days of 10 hour workweeks. Part time employee will consolidate their hours into 1, 2, or 3 days a workweek. This may vary depending on how many hours a week they work. There are no stores closing and no new stores will be opening. If you have any question regarding the changes please e-mail me back. Thanks for you time and I hope the transitions goes well. From Stephanie Memo: New Store times The following are some changes that have been made. The Stores will no longer be open on sunday. So we will be open monday through saturday. Also the time that the stores will be open are changing as well. The stores will be opening an hour later and closing a hour earlier. No Stores are closing and no new stores will be opening. Thanks for your time and I hope the transitions goes well. Attachment customers We will be changing the days we are open and the times that the stores will be open and close. The days the stores will be open are as followed; Monday through saturday and closed on sunday. The stores will be opening an hour later and closing an hour earlier. The stores will not be closing. Thanks for your time and sorry for the inconvenience....

Words: 262 - Pages: 2


...Times have always prided ourselves with strict discipline when it comes to journalistic ethics. I am writing to inform you all regarding new policy changes towards handling e-mail privacy violations. They include the following penalties: Reassignment, suspension without pay, or termination of employment. You are to inform these new guideline penalties to every employee under your management and future new hires. I highly suggest you get everyone together for a special meeting to thoroughly explain in details these new policy changes towards e-mail privacy. The Policy Violations guideline will go as following: • First Offense- Verbal warning in a direct meeting with a direct supervisor, which will also be entered in writing in the employee’s human resources file. • Second Offense- Reassignment or suspension without pay, for a period to be determined by the employee’s supervisor (who will know best the most appropriate length of time). • Third Offense- Immediate termination without severance pay. These new policy violation changes will be enforce affected immediately. This list is just the simple outline of the new changes for you to explain to your employees. There will be a more detailed company-issued policy memo covering all the issues sent to you in the upcoming weeks. Once you’ve received the memo, it must be posted up at each bureau in an area visible to employees to see. That is all for now, you all have a nice day!...

Words: 283 - Pages: 2

Internal Memo

...CPA Report MEMO Drafted Response for Requested Information: Methodology Financial Accounting Standards No. 96 requires entities to use the liability method for calculating the deferred tax assets and deferred tax liabilities (Wilson, 1990, p. 1). The liability method is used to classify the temporary differences on the balance sheet date as temporary differences. A temporary difference might result in a future reversal as a higher taxable income or deductible differences from future reversal resulting in a lower taxable income (1990). The difference between the tax basis results as an asset or liability transferring into a carrying or book amount in the financial statements (Kieso, Weygandt, & Warfield, 2007, p. 996). The net deductible can be carried back three years as a taxable income or to other net taxable temporary differences. If there are any remaining net deductible the net taxable temporary differences are normally carried for 15 years. When the net deductible is carried back an imaginary refund is created as a deferred tax asset. This deferred tax asset is considered as a current tax asset because the assets come from the year after the date of balance sheet (1990). Reporting Accounting Changes Reporting changes for accounting are identified under accounting principle changes, accounting estimates, and changes in reporting entity classification. Changes in estimates arise from changing depreciable methods on assets (Kieso, Weygandt, & Warfield, 2007, p.......

Words: 1124 - Pages: 5


...MEMO Date: October 19, 2014 TO: CEO FROM: BLANK SUBJECT: Financial Condition Company G, in its twelfth year of business, is looking strong when compared to industry averages, but faltering slightly when compared to Year 11. We are in a good position amongst our industry, though, and will go on to show this position by explaining the ratios used to measure this. Current Ratio The current ratio of a company is the ability the company has to pay off its current liabilities using its current assets. To find this ratio, we take information from the Balance Sheet from year 12 - Total Current Assets and Total Current Liabilities – and divide them: $27,865,000 (Assets) / $15,701,000 (Liabilities) = 1.77 Even though our Current Ratio is below last year’s of 1.86, and below the second quartile ratio of 2.1, it is still above the 3rd quartile of 1.4, making this ratio not a concern of ours – even though we have fallen slightly from last year’s 1.86 ratio. Acid-Test Ratio The next ratio company’s use to measure up is the Acid-Test Ratio, or the ratio used to determine if a company has the ability to pay all current liabilities if – in the unlikely event – they were due immediately. To find this ratio, add the Cash on hand, Short-term Investments, and the Net Current-receivables and divide by the Total Current Liabilities: $4,000,000 (Cash) + $36,000 (Short-term Invest.) + $2,638,000 (Current Receivables) = $6,674,000 $6,674,000 / $15,701,000......

Words: 1417 - Pages: 6


...Triton Treats – Potato Group Memo To: Gary Prellwitz, General Manager, Sodexo From: Max Leible – max.f.leible@umsl.edu, Wesley Sebacher – wlszpd@umsl.edu, Ly Tran – ltt423@umsl.edu, Fei Liu – fl4q6@umsl.edu Re: Triton Treats Proposal Date: 27 October 2014 Our group members have been discussing the Triton Treats project over the past few weeks and have come up with some suggestions for how the logo contest is going to run. We have also proposed activities and offers to make the grand opening more successful and have created an informational flyer in order to make sure everyone on campus knows about this upcoming event. Triton Treats logo contest: The logo contest will invite undergraduate and graduate applicants to submit a personalized logo for the new frozen yogurt store that UMSL will be premiering, Triton Treats. Each applicant will compete to win prizes such as an iPad mini and food court gift cards. Furthermore, the grand prize winner will be recognized and have their very own logo displayed on the storefront. (See attached flyer.) Plan for opening week activities: We all know that the grand opening is the most important week for a new business, so we need to make the grand opening special and unique to UMSL. We all think that advertising is the easiest way to attract people’s attention. Our promotions include: * FREE SAMPLING – FLAVOR TASTING * Staff and students will be given free samples and surveys will......

Words: 825 - Pages: 4


...you classified it as such. |Written communication method |Purpose in the workplace|Technical or expository|Why classification was chosen | | | |writing | | |E-mail |Majority used to give |Expository |Most emails are used as descriptive. They | | |brief description of | |are used to inform the company of new | | |what someone wants | |employees, promotions, introductions, | | |someone else to do. | |meeting requests that have descriptive | | | | |agendas. | |Memos |Most memos I have seen |Technical |Memos in my work place are very rare. The | | |used to inform the | |memos I have seen inform the readers of | | |reader of change being | |what is being done to systems, what the | | |made to systems | |back out plan and who to inform......

Words: 690 - Pages: 3


...Memo To: Recipient’s Name, Recipient’s Title Department of Defense Army National Guard From: Your Name, Your TitleSGT Jameka Samuel (Automated Logistic Specialist) CC: National Guard Bureau Name and title of individuals you want to copy in on your correspondence; if there are no courtesy copies, leave this line off Date: The date you are sending the memo19 June 2014 Subject: A clear subject line reflecting the focus of your document In need of a sponsor for writing course As we all know in the military being leader depends on your ability to think critically and creatively and to communicate your intention and decision to others. The ability to communicate clearly to get your intent and ideas across so that others understand your message and act on it is one of the primary qualities of leadership. Poor writing and communication in the military is mostly attributed to lack of proper training, lack of confidence and lack of leadership. Taking a soldier out onto the battlefield with a poor communicator could lead to potential deaths of inanest soldiers. With that being said this this is an opportunity to help a striving soldier to become a better leader in the military world by requesting to take a Business Writing Course at Kaplan University in Jacksonville Florida . The cost of the course is $1300.00 which includes all books and necessary course materials. The course will take place over a 6 week time period beginning......

Words: 777 - Pages: 4


...MEMO To: From: Re: Date: Introduction The long-term unemployed will make state and nation decrease the productivity and increase debt in public system. In response to the chronic unemployment of low and non-skilled workers in state X, the government aims to train them to get back to social and increase the productivity to society. There are two company could take the action for government, one is private sector that offers the on-the-job training program and another one is education program that offered by public sector. Before the government choose the program, it is necessary that State Government to evaluate all the benefits and costs of each program and choose the only one to train chronic unemployment of low and non-skilled workers. Analysis Method and Assumptions This memo provides a cost benefits analysis of different sector unemployed treatment in order to increase the productivity and employee rate of State X. In this memo, the costs of benefits of the private plan are compare with those of the public sector over a 30 years period and the current year is the year of 0 of this case. In order to choose which sector is better, I calculated the net present value of costs and benefits of state, firms and trainees per trainee from year 1 to 30use different leisure value and discount rate for both public sector and private sector. The next step is calculating the costs and benefits for both private and public sector in year 0. Then I add these with the......

Words: 622 - Pages: 3


...MEMO To : Dr. Janie Liew From : Azizul Hafiz Rustam Date : 21-22 September 2011 (Wednesday and Thursday) Subject : Membership of Rotary Club Introduction : Rotary club was adopted as a worldwide program of rotary in 1968,when the rotary international board of directors saw a need to extend the opportunity of service to young adult. Rotary club is very important to the young people now days because rotary club programs and activity help their member to gain tools and skill to develop moral values and become productive members of society. Rotary club is not only contribute a benefit to local community and international community,it also give a chance to the member to improve their leadership qualities and expand their knowledge. Argument : a) Time division of student that joining the club b) Meeting objective to introduce rotary club to new member c) Arrangement of time during the meeting d) Good presentation to deliver message to audiens e) Two way communication among presenter and audiens Conclusion : As overall tense, the rotary club give a lot of benefits to young people especially. Personal development can be achive by young people through the club programs like profesional development, club service, community service and international service. I do belived, the rotary club has been achived their objective to introduce what is rotary club to new member. Other than that, the meeting was attract young people to join this club because they......

Words: 259 - Pages: 2

E-Mail Advice Memo

...worker receives and sends about 121 emails per day. It is important to utilize best practices when drafting e-mails since it is one of the primary modes of communication in the workplace. A helpful guideline for work e-mails is to KISSS – keep it short, simple and sweet. Keep it short. In the beginning of the e-mail, write a clear subject header with a maximum of 5 words and address the person correctly by title. Then, send a greeting in 1-2 sentences, present your main point and call to action in another 3-5 sentences and close with a short closing message and signature. Keep it simple. Make the e-mail simple and easy to read. Receiving a long e-mail is daunting not only to read but also to look at. A quick rule of thumb is to consider limiting e-mails to be no more than 5-10 sentences. Any additional information, like meeting notes and detailed information surrounding a project, should be sent in an attachment. This practice will allow the reader to understand the main point of the e-mail and revisit the details at a more optimal time. Keep it sweet. A recent study has shown that 64% of people have sent or received an e-mail that caused unintentional anger. An e-mail does not always have to be sweet but it is important to practice empathy when writing an e-mail. While proofreading, check your tone. If you have crafted a particularly angry e-mail on purpose, put the e-mail down for a couple hours or even a full day and think again before sending it. It is......

Words: 314 - Pages: 2


...MEMO TO: Social Media Team DATE: November 15th, 2015 SUBJECT: Changes in blogging mandate After much consideration, it has been decided on behalf of the Public Relations department that it is in Tech Garden’s best interest to implement a legal regulation check for our firm’s blog. An arrangement with an attorney has been made in order to maintain our continuous lack of legal strife. While we recognize that this adjustment may impact the initial quality of the blog’s content, we feel it is important to demonstrate our commitment to practicing CSR policies and keeping a safe community. This new mandate will in turn lower the risk of any litigations and reduce exposure of liability. Beginning next month, a draft of your blog entries will be screened by an appointed attorney before being approved for publishing. This process will include filtering out any traces of the following: * Defamation of any persons, corporations, or products * Copyrighted or trademarked work * Invasions of privacy * Demonstrations of legal and regulatory neglect * Disclosed information * Discovery disasters Although we understand that not many corporations feel the need to execute the use of a litigator for social media purposes, we want you to understand that they will serve as a collaborator in our competitive advantage over other firm’s. Not only is it internally important for us to have a sense of ethics in our day to day activities, it is vital for the......

Words: 1022 - Pages: 5


...Memo #2 To: Mark Parker, CEO, Nike From: Mateo Wall, Consultant Date: September 23, 2105 Subject: Footwear Industry Analysis This report will analyze the global footwear industry using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 424340 the industry is defined as establishments primarily engaged in the merchant wholesale distribution of footwear (including athletic) of leather, rubber, and other materials. This industry looks appealing from just sheer numbers. For example this past year (2014) the global footwear market grew by 3.9% and this helped them reach 13.8 billion in reported revenue that same year. Also if a firm is based in North America and is looking to expand internationally it is a good sign since Europe accounts for 31% of the market value of this industry. These are just numbers so we will analyze the global footwear industry deeper by using porter’s five forces. This is made up of new entrants, supplier power, buyer power, substitutes, and rivalry. The global footwear industry threat of new entrants is very strong because the barriers to entry are relatively low. There are two areas that make it easy for new entrants to come into this market. The first one is distribution accessibility. There are many low-cost manufactures in the global market making it easy for new entrants to establish a viable supply chain. The second area is brand recognition is relatively low which makes it easy for new entrants to come in take some of the......

Words: 1053 - Pages: 5

Prijs laagste | Cases & Sleeves (551194) | Afstand: dichtstbijzijnde eerst