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University of Maryland Global Campus Migrating to Linux Proposal Presentation

University of Maryland Global Campus Migrating to Linux Proposal Presentation

Question Description

I’m working on a cyber security multi-part question and need support to help me learn.

Project 1: Migration Proposal Presentation

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Faster Computing has contacted Go2Linux and requested a brief proposal presentation for migrating its systems from Windows to Linux.

The company is specifically interested in seeing the following information:

(10.1.1: Identify the problem to be solved.)

  • Based on your current understanding of Faster Computing’s business, what are some potential benefits of Linux?
  • The company is aware that many different Linux derivatives exist. Be very specific and choose only one version (e.g., Ubuntu, Mint, Zorin, Redhat, CentOS, Kali). Which would Go2Linux recommend, and why? Give specific reasons for your choice (e.g., security features, support, updates, user interface).

(10.1.2: Gather project requirements to meet stakeholder needs.)

  • What steps will be required to migrate the systems from Windows to Linux?
  • Are there graphical interfaces available for the Linux workstations that would provide similar functionality to Windows? Some users are concerned about working with a command-line interface.

(10.1.3: Define the specifications of required technologies.)

  • What tools are available on Linux for the servers to provide file sharing, Linux services, and printing? (e.g., Apache/Nginx, Samba, CUPS, SSH/SCP). Ensure you identify what the functions/services are used for (e.g., Samba is used for file sharing).

(1.1.3: Present ideas in a clear, logical order appropriate to the task.)

The deliverable for this phase of the project is a three- to five-slide PowerPoint narrated presentation.

  • An introductory slide
  • A summary slide
  • Voice narration on every slide

For each slide, you will embed your own audio recording as if you were presenting the content to the Faster Computing team. Faster Computing has not yet committed to the project, so this should be presented as a proposal. The presentation should be visually appealing; the inclusion of at least one image that supports the content and adds value to the proposal is required.

(1.3.3: Integrate appropriate credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.)

You must cite at least two quality sources.

You used at least 2 references and your references were cited properly following an accepted style. Ask your instructor for clarification.

Use the Migration Proposal Presentation template to get started.

(2.3.1: State conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.)

You should present your proposal as if you are selling to the company. Revisit all of these important reasons in the summary slide.

How Will My Work Be Evaluated?

As you progress in your IT career, you may find yourself making presentations to customers, client audiences, and professional peers. By creating an effective presentation, you are showing how you use your technical knowledge and convey your ideas to others in a professional setting, an important workplace skill.

The following evaluation criteria aligned to the competencies will be used to grade your assignment:

  • 1.1.3: Present ideas in a clear, logical order appropriate to the task.
  • 1.3.3: Integrate appropriate credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.
  • 2.3.1: State conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.
  • 10.1.1: Identify the problem to be solved.
  • 10.1.2: Gather project requirements to meet stakeholder needs.
  • 10.1.3: Define the specifications of the required technologies.

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Rubric Name: Linux Implementation Proposal: Migration Proposal Presentation

This table lists criteria and criteria group names in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method. You can give feedback on each criterion by tabbing to the add feedback buttons in the table.CriteriaExceeds Performance Requirements

Meets Performance Requirements

Approaches Performance Requirements

Does Not Meet Performance Requirements

Criterion Score

1.1.3: Present ideas in a clear, logical order appropriate to the task.

13 points

Presents a logical flow of ideas that are easily identifiable and completely appropriate to the task.

11.05 points

Presents ideas in a clear, logical order appropriate to the task.

9.75 points

Attempts to present ideas, but the logic is not clear and/or not appropriate to the task.

0 points

Does not present ideas in a clear, logical order, and the presentation inhibits understanding.

Score of 1.1.3: Present ideas in a clear, logical order appropriate to the task.,/ 13

1.3.3: Integrate appropriate credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.

13 points

Integrates completely appropriate and highly credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.

11.05 points

Integrates appropriate credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.

9.75 points

Attempts to integrate sources to illustrate and validate ideas, but there are problems with source credibility or appropriateness, or the integration is choppy.

0 points

Does not integrate sources to illustrate and validate ideas.

Score of 1.3.3: Integrate appropriate credible sources to illustrate and validate ideas.,/ 13

2.3.1: State conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.

14 points

States well-conceived conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.

11.9 points

States conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.

10.5 points

Attempts to state conclusions or solutions, but they are not clear or precise.

0 points

Does not state conclusions or solutions.

Score of 2.3.1: State conclusions or solutions clearly and precisely.,/ 14

10.1.1: Identify the problem to be solved.

20 points

Presents a relevant IT problem clearly and specifically.

17 points

Presents an IT problem that requires a solution.

15 points

Identifies an IT problem but may lack clarity and/or specificity regarding the need to be addressed.

0 points

Does not identify an IT problem to be solved.

Score of 10.1.1: Identify the problem to be solved.,/ 20

10.1.2: Gather project requirements to meet stakeholder needs.

20 points

Identifies IT project requirements in a thorough and clear manner to meet all stated stakeholder needs.

17 points

Identifies IT project requirements to meet stated stakeholder needs.

15 points

Attempts to identify project requirements to meet stakeholder needs, but there are gaps and/or lack of clarity.

0 points

Does not identify IT project requirements to meet stated stakeholder needs.

Score of 10.1.2: Gather project requirements to meet stakeholder needs.,/ 20

10.1.3: Define the specifications of required technologies.

20 points

Defines thoroughly and clearly the specifications of required technologies.

17 points

Defines the specifications of required technologies.

15 points

Attempts to define the specifications of required technologies, but there are gaps and/or lack of clarity.

0 points

Does not define specifications of required technologies.

Score of 10.1.3: Define the specifications of required technologies.,/ 20

Rubric Total ScoreTotalScore of Linux Implementation Proposal: Migration Proposal Presentation,/ 100

Overall Score

Overall Score

Exceeds Performance Requirements90 points minimum

Meets Performance Requirements80 points minimum

Approaches Performance Requirements70 points minimum

Does Not Meet Performance Requirements0 points minimum

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