PROJECT CHARTER TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING “GREEN IT”. Table of Contents Section 1.0 Project overview 1.1 Problem Statement 1.2 Project Description 1.3 Project Goals & Objectives 1.4 Project Scope 1.5 Critical Success Factors 1.6 Assumptions 1.7 Constraints
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TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING
Section 1.0 Project overview
1.1 Problem Statement
1.2 Project Description
1.3 Project Goals & Objectives
1.4 Project Scope
1.5 Critical Success Factors
Section 2.0 Project Milestones
2.1 Project Funding & Sources
2.2 Project Oversight
2.3 Project Deliverables
Section 3.0 Project Organization
3.1 Project Structure
Section 4.0 Points of Contact
To enhance and sustain a mutual understanding of our objectives as a group endeavor in fulfilling the goals necessary in obtaining focus and clarity of our green environment project matter at MNSCU ( Minnesota State College and Universities’ ). To initiate in a timely fashion. To coordinate and supply real life status of maintaining a higher standard in education which reflects not only cost incentives, but insures future greener environments.
To reflect, communicate, plan and build structure towards strategic project goals amongst management and piers of MnScu ( Minnesota’s State Colleges and Universities ). A project that enhances detailed control of data and networking systems. To design, build, and deploy a greener more efficient, and effective way for applications to excel or exceed future business implementations, maintain effective environments, and to insure innovation.
To implement a multi-stage project, over a time span of two years that will make Mn Scu’s IT department “ GREEN”.
To design a system that will use, replace, and dispose of but not limited to computers, servers, networks, and communication systems to have a more environmentally stable computing experiece for all who are or take part of or in MnScu.
MNSCU’s continued commitment of reducing the carbon footprint left by our environmentally conscience community devoted to higher learning without sacrificing our environment.