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CIS 291

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CIS 291 Week 1 Individual: Create a Resource Guide Throughout this course and others, you will encounter information and resources that can help you succeed in class and in your work environment. Create a resource guide you can build upon and use as you progress through your education and car.....
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CIS 291 Week 1 Individual: Replacement Parts An employee in your organization has a Dell Precision Tower 7000 Series (7910) and has asked you to recommend replacement parts for its various components. Refer to the specifications for the computer in the Dell Precision Tower 7000 Series Spe.....
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CIS 291 Week 2 Individual: Power Supply Replacement Process Resources: Sample process documents are available at many manufacturers’ sites. Here are two samples from Hewlett-Packard:  Power Supply Replacement  Motherboard Replacement You work on a desktop support team suppor.....
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CIS 291 Week 3 Individual: Component and Security Comparison You and a co-worker are putting together a system recommendation for the CEO of a small business. Your role is to compare the types of processors, chipsets, memory systems, storage, and expansion cards, then to provide a summary rec.....
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CIS 291 Week 4 Individual: IT Profile In larger organizations, new computer setups are pre-defined by job title. If, for example, a new Customer Service Representative (CSR) is hired, the standard new system set-up for a CSR is pre-defined. All the IT representative has to do is place the ord.....
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CIS 291 Week 5 Individual: Custom Built Computer You have been tasked with building a custom desktop PC that will be used by Research and Development (R&D) programmers. This system should be comparable to a high-end gaming computer. End-user requirements include the ability to:  .....
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