Web Project Development: Emergency Management
Keywords:web project, project management, member, social network, emergency management, web, data manipulation, data analysis
Web projects are crucial to a company’s online presence and significantly impact its success. Risk management is a component of web project management to identify, assess and potentially control threats to the success of projects. The research methodology includes systematic and analytical analyses of the members’ management of risks associated with web project users. The results and implications reveal that assessing the intensity of risk management measures for the sustainability of web projects regarding risks is imperative. The capacity for emergency management in web projects is essential for identifying, assessing, and controlling potential threats, reducing the probability of project delays or failure. Emergency management offers several critical benefits to web projects, including improved data protection, increased continuity of operations, reduced downtime, enhanced reputation, and increased efficiency. Effective emergency management throughout the web project life cycle organization ensures that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to stakeholders’ satisfaction while being prepared for potential emergencies. This research develops best practices and standards for future projects, increasing project success rates.
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