Explain the role of Capability Maturity Model
The Capability Maturity Model provides an organization with a proven and effective method to gradually gain control over and improve its processes.

Explain the CMMI process improvement approach developed by CMU
CMMI models help organizations to

  • More explicitly link management and engineering activities to the business objectives
  • Expand the scope and visibility into the Product life cycle and engineering activities to ensure that the product or service meets customer expectations
  • Incorporate lessons learned from other areas of best practice
  • Implement more robust high maturity practices
  • Address org functions critical to its products and services
  • Fully comply with ISO standards

Describe the structure and levels of ACMM developed by CMU for the US DoC
0 – None
1 – Initial
2 – Under development
3 – Defined
4 – Managed
5 – Measured

Explain the role of Maturity assessments in the ADM
Maturity assessments determine the level at which the organization currently stands. It indicates the organization’s ability to execute in the area concerned, and the practices on which the organization needs to focus in order to see the greatest improvement and highest ROI.

Recently, I bought a PS3, and connected it to WD MyBookWorld. I was adding stuff to the external disk, and sometimes it did not show on PS3.
It was all down to the media server on WD MyBookWorld end.
Here are few things to check, if you are having similar issues:

1) Browse to the web interface of media server running on external nas drive (MyBookWorld in my case).
2) Make sure there are no ‘foreign content’ i.e. something other than Music, Videos, Pictures, etc. If you have a bit folder with loads of small files, it will make the process of indexing on NAS side very slow.
3) Normally, there is a way to tell the media server to index a specific folder for specific content. This should be quickest. i.e. make three folders – Music, Movies, Pictures, and index accordingly.
4) Make sure the indexing has happened. (from logs.)