Computers and Technology
Submitted By BobbyRyan9
A network diagram is used in computer telecommunication to draw a graphical chart of a network. This type of diagram is particularly useful for network engineers and designers in compiling detailed network documentation. Generally, a network diagram usually consists of a network that is made up of interconnected groups or systems. The scope of a simple network diagram can be either a single application, a family of applications or even an entire enterprise. There are also other complicated network diagrams broadly designed to cover home networks, wireless networks, networking wirings, LAN networks, network topology, activity networks and network cabling.
What I would use a network diagram for in a future job would be to help identify devices on a network and the type of connection that will be used on the network. It will also help with being able to scale the overall size of the network and how much network capacity will be needed to run it. Also, it will be a good tool if looking to expand a network to be able to go back and actually see the network diagram that was built before and what devices have been installed. Not only is it a good tool to use, but it’s a great reference if complications may occur on a network and you need to find the possible source of the problem.
Critical Path Analysis is a project management tool that sets out all the individual activities that make up a larger project. It shows the order in which activities have to be undertaken, shows which activities can only take place once other activities have been completed, shows which activities can be undertaken simultaneously, thereby reducing the overall time taken to complete the whole project, and shows when certain resources will be needed.
What this tool would be good for, not only for a future job, but any job is that it will allow you to see the a path that the…...