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The objective of wireframing is to have the basic structure and layout of product web page ready. Wireframes do not need to talk about css (colors, fonts, or exact xx.px of padding), and wireframes do not present the UX. For UX, wireframes need to be prototyped and for css, we have guidelines in the product technical design document, and in product development style guide.
Wireframes provide a sketch level presentation to the functional scope of product. Even if the requirements are clearly documented and even if the product design specifications and guidelines are clearly defined, wireframes act as a blueprint for product design which is important for the design team. Wireframes are particularly important for products where there are no design guidelines and need to start from scratch.
A classic example of why wireframes may be needed:
► If there is no sketch or any guidelines for product design
► If there is no product or website as example or reference
► When free to explore fully and use experiences and skills
► When feeling clueless for how to start the product design process

Where do risk come from? 
Let's understand this risk comes from all. It comes from the people involved, the structure that is the management structure and the systems of the organization the technology and the tasks that you are planning to work. Risk are induced by the stakeholders it could be the employees the contractors, competitors, financial institutions, regulatory agencies the whole lot of works around Everybody induces risk in any project.
Clarifying the difference between a risk and problem because of intermixing the two:
Risk is a possibility of something that may occur in the future it has its origins as explained earlier in uncertainty and as on today you have to identify for the future so that you take some actions as on today.
Problem is a certainty it has already happened because it was not anticipated earlier and requires immediate action.

If risk is not identified and managed surely it will lead to a problem, factors influencing a typical project to risk, of course as I said the uncertainty it can be high uncertainty, low uncertainty it can be few unknowns or lots of unknowns as seen again it comes down to a 4 by 4 matrix when it is a low uncertainty and few unknowns that kind of a project requires a process definition that means the project processes and outcomes are certain all have to control is project processes and outcomes as long we has the uncertainty increases and lots of unknowns coming you are slowly moving towards understanding what has happened earlier or similar projects.
That means focus shifts to knowledge management, that needs to have knowledge base of similar projects to predict what can possibly go wrong with the project that you are going to handle today.
Microsoft Hyper-V may be popular because it comes for free as part of the Windows Server license, but that doesn’t mean IT managers should ignore best practices when managing a virtual environment. This is especially true as the hypervisor market becomes more commoditized.

Vendors today offer the actual virtualization layer for free and make their profit on management. Therefore it’s essential to examine each vendor’s suite of management tools and to choose what’s best for your enterprise’s infrastructure.

There are Hyper-V tools for small, midsized and large organizations and they can benefit each environment.

Managing Hyper-V installations
Virtualization isn’t just for large IT shops anymore. In fact, it has led to major savings for smaller businesses with just a few servers. Using Hyper-V’s integrated tools makes sense in these scenarios. For instance, the built-in Hyper-V Manager is the obvious no-cost choice when managing only one or two servers since IT managers can create and manage them on a single system easily.
Key strengths of Primavera:

1. Powerful features to Maintain, Update and Schedule Complex Project Structures.
2. Cost effective solution for specific needs of analytical and intuitive Project Planning & Monitoring processes.
3. Preferred by planners to plan, simulate and update project structures schedules and other key parameters.
4. Useful for Collaboration among various Project Agencies which comprise small-scale contractors/vendors.
5. Easy to learn & use graphical interface.
6. Easier to Install and Maintain.
7. A Proven, Reliable way to Manage Projects of all sizes.
8. Industry norm for sharing project planning & progress information – Necessary for Client Reporting.
    Key Strengths of SAP PS

    1. Real time integration of Enterprise transactions related to Materials, Costs & Resources.
    2. Range of exclusive features adding value to business processes - BOM-PS interface, Processing of Purchasing cycle & Cross Application Time-sheets (CATS).
    3. Billing procedures and fulfillment of Accounting requirements.
    4. Cashflow Monitoring.
    5. Reliable project performance reporting with drill-downs to lowest level transaction details.
    6. High level of Data integrity and– compliance to Corporate security policies.
    7. Highly efficient for standardized tasks.
    8. Easy integration with other systems via ALE / I-Docs.

    Then integrating both the application using Inspire can benefit us over the following limitations:

    1. Non-value adding manual efforts needed to update each application with data from the other application.
    2. Risk of Primavera and SAP project structures becoming disparate entities as tasks are performed in respective applications with no synchronization of ‘Project Execution’ and ‘Project Purchasing & Controlling’ perspectives.
    3. High quality plan and schedule in Primavera may not have actual transaction data to close planning loop; Efficiently executed SAP transactions may not have dynamic linkage with latest plan updates and finer details of project tasks.
    4. ‘Sub-optimal’ business process split across technical landscapes can not leverage on individual strengths of good business applications.
    Options for SAP & Primavera Integration:

    1. Pipeline Software - Transporter :

    Company based in California, US. Product is open standards J2EE Java.

    2. Impress Software - Impress for EPM :

    Company based in Hanover, Germany. Product is Java based.

    3. LaborLogix - Datapath :

    Company based in Virgina, US. Product is Java based.

    4. Oracle Primavera - Inspire :

    Company based in Pennsylvania, US. Product is based on SAP proprietary XI platform.

    5. TCR, Inc. - Xchange :

    Company based in Pennsylvania, US. Product technology unknown.
    Systems integrator is important part of Cloud Computing Platform & provides the strategy of the complicated process used to design a cloud platform. It includes well defined architecture to find the resources and the characteristics which have to be included for cloud computing. Integrators plan the users cloud strategy implementation. Integrators have knowledge about data center creation and also allow more accurate private and hybrid cloud creation.

    Virtualization is the basis of the cloud computing and there are many platforms that are available like VMware is a technology that provides the provision to create private cloud and provide a bridge to connect external cloud with private cloud. There are three key features that have to be identified to make a private cloud that is:
    ► Cloud Operating System.
    ► Manage the Service Level Policies.
    ► Virtualization keeps the user level and the back-end level concepts different from each other so that a seamless environment can be created between both.

    User Awareness for Cloud Platform

    A user should know some parameters by which he can go for the cloud computing services.
    The parameters are as follows:
    1. User should know the data Integrity in cloud computing. It is a measure to ensure integrity like the data is accurate, complete and reasonable.
    2. Compliance : User should make sure that proper rules and regulations are followed while implementing the structure.
    3. Loss of Data : User should know about the provisions that are provided in case of loss of data so that backup and recovery can be possible.
    4. Business Continuity Plans : User should think about does the cloud services provide him uninterrupted data resources.
    5. Uptime : User should know about the uptime the cloud computing platform provides and how helpful it is for the business.
    6. Data Storage Costs : User should find out about the cost which you have to pay before you go for cloud computing.
    Cloud datacenter doesn’t require experts to operate it, but it requires skilled people to see the maintenance, maintain the workloads and to keep the track of the traffic. The labor cost is 6% of the total cost to operate the cloud data center. Power distribution and cooling of the datacenter cost 20% of the total cost. Computing cost is at the end and is the highest as it is where lots of resources and installation has to be done. It costs the maximum left percentage.