Roles and responsibilities (meetinghouse Internet)

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Meetinghouse Technology Roles and Responsibilities

Obtaining, installing, and supporting Meetinghouse Internet and networking needs to be a coordinated effort between Facilities Managers (FMs) & Stake Technology Specialists (STSs). Some activities may require domain specific knowledge or expertise, such as those provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP), the Global Service Center (GSC) or a local contractor. The following table shows who is primarily responsible for each task.

While some roles and responsibilities may vary by area, the following table shows the recommended breakdown of roles and responsibilities for each task relating to Meetinghouse Internet. In most cases, it is usually the responsibility of the facilities manager to pay for and bring Internet access into the building and to provide access up to the network jacks or wireless access points), and it is the responsibility of the Stake Technology Specialist and local units to manage the meetinghouse networks and ensure its appropriate use.

Meetinghouse Technology Responsibilities
Internet Service Meetinghouse Firewall Network cabling Hardware & Devices*
Funding FM FM FM FM or STS
Ordering FM FM FM (Contractor) FM or STS
Installing FM (ISP) FM FM (Contractor) FM or STS
Supporting STS (ISP or GSC) STS (GSC) FM (Contractor) FM or STS

*FMs are responsible up to the wired jacks and wireless access points as well as items issued with a new building. Stakes are responsible for most devices beyond that (i.e. webcasting equipment, cameras, additional computers and projectors, etc.).

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