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    Nt1310 Unit 9 Case Study

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    server, which requires a fairly extensive MS server infrastructure. For organizations like that, Enterprise is the best choice because of the remote management capabilities. For the server, I will use the Windows Server 2012 can help you move towards an incredibly flexible approach to data processing. You can move workloads from on-premise private clouds to cloud-hosted Azure which is cloud computing and as it is from microsoft. Windows Server 2012 lets the company to create virtual networks which cuts costs. I do not recommend using thin client. If I want to get high class storage reliability in less cost, RAID is the right technology. Suppose I have data in hard disk. If any problem occurs like, power failure, crashing down the database, if I have the RAID system, I'll always have a backup of my necessary data. I will get one that supports mirroring drives or RAID 5 so that if one of the storage drives fails, you have a backup of the backup. The alternative would be to get one or more USB hard drives and use those as a backup device. Server clustering gives a fail-save for their website. For example, they have a merchant website and one the server that runs their database fails on you, the clusters will redirect that load for that server to the other cluster server so their website does not go wrong. I would have Verizon Fios for the IPS. PPTP is the best secure method because almost every operating systems support it, even mobile. It gives faster VPN speed than other…

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    Case Study: XYZ Computers

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    Variant RAID levels make use of some of these methods, relying on the system requisitions. The basic intentions of making use of RAID are to enhance dependability, significant for safeguarding data that is vital to a business, for instance organized information of customer orders, which we use all the time and we don’t really realize how much information is given and if that was lost due to some sort of disaster, it would be very devastating for that business especially for a beginning…

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    Then, Palmer and his agents would raid the area for any more information. Lastly, they would hunt down any of the rumored communists that they had information about.4 His most famous raid was on New Year’s Day in the year 1920. The next day, on January 2, 1920, he arrested over 4,000 alleged “redicals”, any radical influenced by communist cause, simultaneously in 33 different cities. Prior to both of these days, he obtained thousands of warrants for arrest. With the help of his agents and the…

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    The Raid On Entebbe

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    The Raid on Entebbe In his article, “We thought this would be the end of us': the raid on Entebbe, 40 years on”, Jonathan Freedland stated this quote from an unknown Israeli special forces operative “Lie down, don’t get up. The army is here, the army is here”, during an active hostage rescue mission. When Air France Flight 139 took off from Tel Aviv bound for Paris, no one on board could foresee the flight being hijacked. As the plane stopped in Athens for fuel, 4 terrorists boarded.…

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    The Prison Raid

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    The Prison Raid took place around the Vietnam Era. This Raid was an attempt to recover 61 American Prisoners of War. Colonel Author “Bull” Simmons was in charge of this operation. The members of this operation were handpicked from two Special Forces Groups, 6th and 7th group. There were over 500 volunteers for the mission, but they were all interviewed. 103 were selected but only 56 conducted the actual mission. Even though no American Prisoners of War were rescued during this mission, it was…

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    SOURCE A An extract from “The Incredible Story Of The Dambusters Raid” explaining the importance of the Möhne dam for war production in the 1900s. • The Möhne dam was important to Germany as it secured water supplies and prevented flooding. • Its mass of water was used to generate hydropower electricity, providing for the needs of the surrounding German public. • By Britain creating bombing techniques to cause destruction to this water source, it would have a significant setback on German war…

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    The election of this topic for this paper was partly thanks to the movie Pearl Harbor, and my long term desire to become a pilot. Resurgence of American patriotism was due mostly to these 16 aircraft and their crewmen. This raid paved the way for collaborations between air and naval forces that would be pivotal to the success of America’s military. It is exactly the underdog story with a happy ending that personifies the American Dream. In the wake of Pearl Harbor the U.S. needed a plan that…

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    Entebbe Raid Analysis

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    solution to the hostage situation of their citizens at Entebbe, was to raid the airport as a rescue mission. The Entebbe raid was justified as the hostage’s lives were in extreme danger and with the terrorist’s ultimatum drawing nearer, there seemed to be little other option. There were those, however, that tend to disagree and believe that there could have been another solution. The United Nations saw the raid as the disregard of the sovereignty of a state while the Ugandans saw the raid as…

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    Biorhythm Model

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    adoption of tested and proved techniques, which not only limit the number of casualties, but also guarantee success in the expedition. Amongst the proposed modus operandi, the biorhythm model tops the list. The model gives prominence to creativity, the science of deception, and the flexibility of the soldier. This essay will focus on the Cabanatuan raid of 1945, provide details about its plans, developments, and aftermaths. The paper will demonstrate why the biorhythm model is of great…

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    The Dieppe Raid was a complete and utter fail. Not only was it a waste of resources but they didn’t accomplish any of their goals. There was no actual good reason to do the raid. Our leaders should have planned it out better and not risked so much in just one mission. No matter the actual reason for the Raid The Dieppe Raid was a raid the Allies put together on August 19, 1942. The raid lasted 9 hours. It took place on the French port of Dieppe and was code named “operation Jubilee”. In the…

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