By John L. Berg, J. L. Berg, H. Schumny
A few very important matters shape the foundation of this booklet: How can the knowledge expertise (IT) standardization method, resulting in unified items that are wanted out there, be made extra effective? Which present IT criteria are of top of the range, what elements have ended in that prime caliber, and will these elements be re-created for different IT criteria? What advancements to the standard of IT criteria are wanted? Which agencies can be concerned? What everlasting alterations within the IT standardization scene are priceless? At what aspect within the evolution of a know-how is it acceptable to provide criteria? Is strategic making plans possible within the present standardization strategy?
Diverse disciplines contributed to the findings during this ebook: desktop scientists, standardization leaders and pros, clients and proprietors, economists, auditors, software program implementors, and communique specialists.
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44 LJ. Rankine Although the size of this program and its associated workload pose a major challenge for JTCl, its Subcommittees and Secretariats, it is interesting to note that a marked reduction has already been achieved in the time required to process documents from new work item stage to publication. In the early 1980's it would have taken no less than seven years to process an IT standard. Today, owing to improved procedures and management control, we are averaging less than four years for even the most complex systems standards.
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If all goes well, this year we will receive a modern supercomputer, which not only solves our present problems, but also brings us back into a leading group of German universities in the area of data processing. Ladies and Gentlemen, data processing is presently at the peak of advancement and at the same time makes special demands on interdisciplinary cooperation between different institutions and different countries. I am pleased, that together with the Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI), the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and the European Association for Microprocessing and Microprogramming (Euromicro), other important and international societies are taking part in this conference.