Your organization currently has Microsoft Office 2003 but would like to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft Office. They are relying on you to get the specifications of the new software and find a system that can handle the new software.
As an IT Professional, it is important to remember that in many cases non-technical people request technical things and may not understand what they are asking for. After you get the system requirements, review the differences between the two software specifications and see if you think it is really worth buying the new machines. Keep in mind that this is a small organization but they anticipate growing in the future. Submit a proposal, 2-3 double-spaced pages in length, that explains all of these items clearly.
Must be done in APA style
Critical Thinking Assignments: How to Write a Proposal
Critical Thinking Activities for this course require students to propose a solution to a problem or situation.
Each proposal should summarize and analyze the situation, synthesizing the materials in the module, identify possible solutions if there is more than one, propose a solution, defend your solution, and then conclude with a very brief summary of the argument.
For each of these assignments, be sure to include the following elements:
&iuml;‚&middot; Summary &acirc;€“ Very briefly restate the problem provided in the assignment.
&iuml;‚&middot; Analysis &acirc;€“Apply the concepts, principles and practices provided in the module to explain the problem. List and briefly discuss how the problem might be addressed, identifying possible solutions (if there are more than one).
&iuml;‚&middot; Identification of the Solution &acirc;€“ Identify and describe your preferred solution, explaining the solution in detail if you did not do so in the previous step.
&iuml;‚&middot; Defense &acirc;€“ Explain why your solution is effective and the best approach to the problem, drawing on the material taught in the course and module to provide a compelling argument.
&iuml;‚&middot; Conclusion &acirc;€“ Summarize your argument in a sentence or two.