CPU, RAM, Input, Output, And Peripheral Devices As Components Used In System Architecture
IT332-3: Evaluate CPU, RAM, Input, Output, And Peripheral Devices As Components Used In System Architecture
IT332-3: Evaluate CPU, RAM, input, output, and peripheral devices as components used in system architecture.
One way businesses can improve their productivity and performance is by purchasing and installing a file server. In this assignment, you will explore several features and functionalities file servers can provide to organizations of all sizes.
In this assignment, you will propose a file server solution for a small business. Provide an introduction that describes a file server and how it might be used for small businesses. Create a table that shows a comparison of different memory types. Create a second table that shows a comparison of different CPUs. The paper should have separate sections for a discussion of each of the following:
- Input/output peripherals
Analyze several of the possible choices for CPU, memory, storage, and input/output peripherals, and then make a recommendation for a specific file server solution. Justify the choices that you recommend.
Include a diagram created in Microsoft Visio®, PowerPoint®, or Word that depicts the chosen CPU architecture.
The proposal should also include two comparison tables: One for CPU comparison and one for memory comparison.
Your paper should be at least 3 pages of content, proposing a file server solution for a small business. Be sure to use the appropriate APA format and cite your textbook or other sources that you used in the paper.
The paper should contain sufficient information to adequately answer the questions and contain no spelling, grammar, or APA errors. Points deducted from the grade for each writing, spelling, or grammar error are at your instructor’s discretion.
For assistance with APA requirements, please go to Academic Writer. You will find the link in the Academic Tools section of the course.
Also, review the university policy on plagiarism. If you have any questions, please contact your professor.