Your team has been contracted by Laplata Trucking Company (LTC), which provides trucking services throughout the Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia area. LTC is planning to expand its business offices to two major cities: Chicago, Illinois and Boston, Massachusetts. Your team needs to identify the equipment that is necessary to extend LTC\’s Wide Area Network (WAN) to these two cities. Both of the new offices reside in two-story buildings. There will be approximately 300 individuals housed in the Boston office and 125 individuals in the Chicago office.

Your team has been contracted by Laplata Trucking Company (LTC), which provides trucking services throughout the Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia area. LTC is planning to expand its business offices to two major cities: Chicago, Illinois and Boston, Massachusetts. Your team needs to identify the equipment that is necessary to extend LTC\’s Wide Area Network (WAN) to these two cities. Both of the new offices reside in two-story buildings. There will be approximately 300 individuals housed in the Boston office and 125 individuals in the Chicago office.

Your team needs to put together the network plan for each of these offices. Requirements for this network project include high availability and the best performance possible. The solution for each location must include a graphical design showing topology, network devices, media, and so on. Provide your recommendations for installing and for maintaining this network hardware. Explain considerations concerning the integration of network products from different vendors.

Provide a PowerPoint slide presentation of 10 slides. Include text and graphics concerning your proposed design for the network infrastructures at these two locations. Slide notes must explain the diagrams, equipment represented, and associated functions for network components. Include the following in your presentation:
•Title slide (Slide 1)
•Introduction of topics (Slide 2)
•The goals of this project (Slide 3)
•Roles and names of team members (Slide 3)
•Primary benefits and goals of the extended network project (Slide 4)
•Advantages and disadvantages of the solution at each location (Slide 5)
•Graphical diagrams for each location (Slides 6-7)
•Graphical diagram showing connectivity of the two new locations with the existing locations (Slide 8)
•Explanations and summation about high availability, performance, and security (Slide 9)
•Final slide should be References list that aligns with the citations in the presentation (Slide 10)
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Abortion What limits are responsible?

Abortion

  1. What limits are responsible?
  2. What limits are realistic?
  3. How to protect abortion doctors, pregnant women and the unborn protection of abortion clinics vs. right to protest
  4. Partial birth abortion
  5. Scientific evidence vs. definition of viability
  6. Stem cell research
  7. Unborn victims of violence

Health, pharmacy, medical treatments What are the effects of prolonged steroid use on the human body?

Health, pharmacy, medical treatments

  1. What are the effects of prolonged steroid use on the human body?
  2. What are the benefits and hazards of medical marijuana?
  3. How does tobacco use affect the human body?
  4. Do the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks?
  5. What are some common sleep disorders and how are they treated?
  6. What are the risks of artificial tanning or prolonged exposure to the sun?
  7. Should thin people have to pay Medicare and other health costs for the health problems of obese people? Should obese people have higher premiums?
  8. Low carbohydrate vs. low fat diets
  9. Benefits of weight training vs. aerobics
  10. How much weekly exercise is needed to achieve lasting health benefits
  11. Health websites give too much information
  12. Psychological disorders, such as cutting and self-harm, eating disorders, Autism, Tourette Syndrome, ADHD, ADD, Asperger Syndrome
  13. Are we taking it too far by blaming fast food restaurants for obesity? When is it individual responsibility and when is it appropriate to place blame?
  14. Should companies allow employees to exercise on work time?
  15. Steroids, Antibiotics, Sprays; Are food manufacturers killing us?
  16. Alternative medicine
  17. Alzheimer’s disease
  18. Anorexia
  19. Causes of eating disorders? society’s portrayal of women
  20. Eating disorders statistics
  21. Down’s syndrome
  22. Autism
  23. Birth control
  24. Bulimia
  25. Depression
  26. Dietary supplements
  27. Dyslexia
  28. Exercise and fitness
  29. Fad diets
  30. Fast food
  31. Heart disease
  32. In vitro fertilization
  33. Obesity
  34. Attention deficit disorder
  35. Investigate the history and authenticity of ADHD and ADD.
  36. Organic foods
  37. Prescription drugs
  38. Smoking
  39. Vegetarianism
  40. Learning disabilities
  41. Schizophrenia
  42. Coma recovery: techniques, successes, new strategies.
  43. What are the primary different types of cancer, and in what ways are they related?
  44. Investigate the success ratio of holistic and non-medical cancer treatments.
  45. Is Alzheimer’s inevitable? Examine theories regarding its prevention.
  46. What forms of physical degeneracy are seen as linked to aging?
  47. Investigate the connections between emotional stability and physical well-being, and provide evidence as to how the two are related or otherwise.
  48. Investigate differences in rates of injury recovery and overcoming illness based on cultural parameters.
  49. Examine the modern history of viral epidemics, researching what is known about the emergence of deadly viruses.
  50. Examine how congenital heart disease may be treated, and how it differs from other forms of heart disease.
  51. Is occasional depression a natural state to an extent, and is the culture too eager to treat this as a disorder?
  52. Investigate SOCIOPATHY, determine biological and psychological roots, typical patterns, and potentials of treatment.
  53. How are compulsive behaviors determined as such? Explore examples of anal retention and expulsion, OCD, etc., as offering accepted criteria.
  54. Research and analyze the nature of codependency as both a normal state of relations and as an unhealthy extreme.
  55. Investigate the history and practice of electroshock, analyzing how and why this extreme treatment came to be widely used.
  56. Hoarding: symptoms and treatments, causes, types of hoarding
  57. Limits on extraordinary, costly treatments vs. doing everything possible
  58. Nutritional/alternative therapy vs. mainstream medical treatment insurance coverage for alternative treatment?
  59. Government grants for alternative treatment research?
  60. Health superiority of alternative treatments?
  61. Assisted suicide vs. preservation of life
  62. Governmental insurance requirements
  63. Should there be a national database to track controlled substances (i.e., OXYCODONE) or should it be a state issue?
  64. Should parents avoid vaccinating their children?

Interpersonal Communication Decline of communication due to technology

Interpersonal Communication

  1. Decline of communication due to technology
  2. Online social networks and their influence
  3. Impact of texting and cell phones
  4. How do men and women communicate differently using body language, and why does it matter (in dating, the workplace, and social circles)?

Marketing and Advertising Limitations of the media

Marketing and Advertising

  1. Limitations of the media
  2. Marketing to children
  3. Sexual innuendos in marketing
  4. Global marketing trends
  5. Should certain kinds of ads be banned in the interest of health/morality/annoyance – alcohol, cigarettes, prescription meds, etc…?
  6. Children’s programming and advertising
  7. Most controversial political ads
  8. Media response and public outcry to political ads
  9. Campaign funds and their relation to political advertising