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(ISO: Geneva) -- As businesses worldwide look to be more nimble, reduce risks, and tap into wider networks of expertise, it’s no wonder that the trend toward outsourcing has exploded. Just as well...
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(ISO: Geneva) -- As a food manufacturer or a regulator, safety is one of your biggest concerns. But how can you make sure that your food safety management system (FSMS) follows global best practice...
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(ISO: Geneva) -- From responding to major disease outbreaks to everyday medical treatment, having the right information in the right place at the right time is vital for any national health system...
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(ISO: Geneva) -- If the cloud computing trend sounds a bit nebulous to you, you’re not alone. Many enterprises that opt for these services end up with complicated multicloud deployments that become...
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Governments—local or otherwise—are under increasing pressure around the world to provide results that matter to the public, often within severe resource constraints. Now they are taking pointers...
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How can governments increase efficiency, prevent errors, and improve customer service? Answer: ISO 9001. ISO 9001 is by far the world's most established quality framework, currently being used by...
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From friendly Wall-E and helpful R2-D2 to the dystopian worlds of The Matrix and The Terminator, robots have captured our imagination and visions of the future for generations. But the time is fast...
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Asset management is not a new practice. Managing assets to meet organizational or social objectives has existed since humans first began building infrastructures, whether private or public. The...
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A new ISO brochure will help both manufacturers and consumer representatives understand how a simple set of rules and guidelines provided by ISO standards can ensure that environmental claims made...
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According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year one in six people becomes sick, more than 127,000 are hospitalized, and about 3,000 die of foodborne illness. The annual...