Information Technology Standards

December 1986
Image Technology;Dec1986, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p613
Trade Publication
The article reports on the information technology (IT) standards set by the Council for Automation and Information in Great Britain. First, there is a need to review and ensure a balance in the work which reflects and interdependence between the different activities. Second, the convergence between communications must be reflected and third, there should be a consideration of how far to take the pursuit of standardization beyond the purely standards-making activity.


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