City of Naples Airport: Security Standard Enforcement Descriptive Essay by Nicky

City of Naples Airport: Security Standard Enforcement
A look at various issues affecting the City of Naples Airport in Southwest Florida.
# 148269 | 1,400 words | 9 sources | APA | 2010 | US


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Description:

This paper examines and discusses various aspects of the City of Naples Airport in Southwest Florida, with a particular emphasis on security issues. First, the paper describes who the airport serves and some of its priorities, among which are security concerns. Next, the paper describes the architecture of the airport and how employees manage the small space efficiently using IT solutions. Then the paper elaborates on the goals of the airport, especially in regard to business travelers. Finally, the paper makes recommendations for improving the quality of security in the City of Naples Airport, and the benefits and potential consequences of implementing a new computer system.

Outline:
Key Business Tasks Supported
Key Business Users Supported
Describe the General Architecture
Products Utilized
Business Decisions Driving the Decision for a Data Warehouse
Key Business Objectives
Expected Benefits
Training/Education was Required
Outside Services used during the Implementation
From YOUR Perspective, was the Project a Success?
If the System went down forThree Hours, what kind of 'Pain' would the Company Feel?
Major Success Factors
Major Risk Factors

From the Paper:

"With new technological opportunities have come new security demands, both simultaneously demanding constant enhancement and protective improvement from the threat of unwanted intrusion. To the point, the threat of terrorist attack, financial indiscretion or general hacking and disruption of the airport are deeply implicated in the increased reliance of the modern airport on Information Technology solutions for improving flight information and reliability. Therefore, the improvements which are dedicated to security measures must be channeled particularly to areas relating to information technology, for the safety of airline passengers, airport employees and surrounding communities."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Airport Fact. (2009). Naples Muni Airport (APF) Real Time Status. APF KAPF Flight & Airport Guide. Online at http://www.airportfact.com/c429-APF-KAPF-naples.html
  • American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE). (2003). Airport Report. www.aaae.org. Online at https://www.aaae.org/news_publications/airport_report/airportreporthtmlformat.cfm?Header=no&ReportID=39
  • Bosco, C. (2001). Naples Airport Authority Defers Enforcement of Stage 2 Ban. National Business Aviation Association, Inc. (NBAA). Online at http://www.nbaa.org/news/pr/2001/20010321-016.php
  • Desmet, M. (2008). Airports serving Southwest Florida. Naples News. Online at http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2008/jan/10/airports-serving-southwest-florida/
  • Enforcement & Compliance History Online (ECHO). (2007). ECHO and OTIS on the VA Web Server. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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APA Format

City of Naples Airport: Security Standard Enforcement (2011, October 06) Retrieved March 04, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/descriptive-essay/city-of-naples-airport-security-standard-enforcement-148269/

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