Project Plan- Risks

Project Plan- Risks - Jason B. Wong Risk Management...

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Jason B. Wong Risk Management Strategy Risk Table Risk Area Likelihood Impact Mitigation Hardware Failure Hardware Medium Large Backup work on Bingsuns, secondary hard drives Virus Development High Medium-Large Anti-virus software and backup of data on other machines Competition for shared school resources Economic High Low-Medium Allow plenty of time for alternatives to be accessed Security breach Security Medium Medium-Large Obtain appropriate firewalls, precautions Team member withdrawal Staff Medium-High Medium-Large Ensure all members understand overall workload so that remaining team members can pick up for lost member Risks to be Managed There are several risks that due to their likelihood and potential impact must be carefully managed by the team. The likelihood of getting a computer virus or facing a shortage of university provided resources is quite high. Computer viruses are received by users of personal computers very easily, and precautions must be taken to avoid particularly malicious software attacks as the potential impact can be very large and damaging to the outcome of the project. Dealing with a shortage of university provided resources such as computing and printing services
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