Web-Enabled Technologies Assessment and Management: Critical Issues

Web-Enabled Technologies Assessment and Management: Critical Issues

Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA) and Nancy Herman (Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-878289-72-8.ch001
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Abstract

During the past two decades, advances in computer technologies combined with telecommunication technologies have lead to the development of the Internet and its most popular application, the World Wide Web. Like many other technologies, the WWW has not been free of problems and challenges. A Delphi technique was utilized to assess a list of issues identified in the existing literature. In addition to this list, the panel of experts who participated in the Delphi study identified other critical issues and eventually ranked them in their order of priority and importance. The critical issue identified in this study provides closer insights into issues affecting the overall utilization and management of Web-enabled technologies and offers many implications and challenges for businesses, governments, and the user community.

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