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This dissertation takes a practical approach driven by operational experiences of cloud services to tackle the two problems. With knowledge of real-world challenges, we have designed proper abstractions for low-level device interactions, and have built efficient and scalable systems to integrate the management of various network components.
This research is an investigation into the intersection of project management, information technology (IT), and emotional intelligence (EI). The relationship between IT project managers’ emotional intelligence and their IT project success was studied with two different approaches for measuring project success: a self-reporting assessment by the IT project managers on meeting the project scope, schedule, and cost; and as perceived by the project sponsor or customer.
This dissertation presents novel design decisions to realize physical data independence that hides the details of the storage structure (KVS or RDBMS) from applications and their developers. These designs simplify the complexity of application software to expedite their development life cycle. The proposed designs can be categorized into two groups
This study took an analytical approach to explore and examine empirical materials collected from the Commonwealth of Virginia Information Technology Agency (VITA) and the National Association of State Chief Information Officers to understand VITA’s effective use of EA. Author: Omar C. Diaz, Colorado Technical University.