Describe the factors that must be considered when developing a telecommunications plan.

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Major components of a telecommunications plan are:
i. Assessment of existing telecommunications functions, their capabilities, limitations and risk exposures.
ii. Knowledge of the firm’s strategic business plan and contribution that can be made by telecommunications.
iii. Knowledge of how telecommunications supports the firm‘s daily operations, with identification of critical areas where telecommunications affects performance.
iv. Specific network requirements need to be addressed by the plan concerning;
o Distance & Security
o Range of services to be supported
o Access (e.g. multiple access by many casual users or high intensity usage by dedicated smaller group of users)
o Utilization Costs of operation
o Connectivity issues.

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