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Web375 Course Project: Web Architecture Plan for the Devry Daily Tribune Newspaper Company

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WEB375 Course Project: Web Architecture Plan for the DeVry Daily Tribune Newspaper Company
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Course Project: Web Architecture Plan for the DeVry Daily Tribune Newspaper Company
Objectives
Design and plan the implementation of a web architecture to support the online presence of a newspaper company. The design must include diagram(s) of the network and web architecture and have installation and configuration instructions for each of the servers and features identified in the instructions below.
Background
Because of the explosion in digital news sources, the DeVry Daily News and the DeVry Tribune have decided to merge their newspaper businesses in order to better defend against this online assault. They plan to co-locate their business and news offices in a single building where they also plan to establish a strong digital news presence. The new business is called the DeVry Daily Tribune (DDT) and has the domain www.ddt.edu.
The business has hired us—WEB375 Consulting—to design a secure and robust web architecture for its new facility. Our contract requires us to deliver a diagram of the web architecture plan and instructions that their system administrator can use to set up each of the servers they need. Luckily for us, DDT has chosen to go with Linux, which is our specialty, as the core operating system for its servers.
The following are the core requirements for the web architecture.
• Electronic mail for DDT‘s 100 employees. Employees in the building (on the LAN) can access their e-mail with any e-mail client, but employees off-site must use a web-based e-mail client.
• Secure FTP for the...

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