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Windows 7: Coordination Is Key to the Future of Technical Standard

24 Mar 2010   #1
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Coordination Is Key to the Future of Technical Standard

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Coordination Is Key to the Future of Technical Standards.

Synchronized and coherent development efforts in concert with common goals and clearly defined priorities could virtually redefine the evolution of technical standards in the United States. Of course, this would require a new level of cohesiveness among the stakeholders laboring to produce emerging standards, as an integral part of the evolution of technology. Microsoft has indicated that it supports coordination as the key to the future of technical standards, and that the current market players are ready to work in “syntony,” provided that an organization would be chosen to helm their efforts.
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