securing information

Subject: securing information
From: iQuetal <cbon -at- planet -dot- nl>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2006 08:36:27 +0100

May I conclude that a quality system to assure data gathering and documenting procesess is not common in the tech-writer's world since I did not see great help on my question a few weeks ago ?

> . . .data in publications should be reliable, e.g. tariffs, timetable data, etc.
> How should you secure these data and show to users these data are totally reliable?
> By implementing an ISO 9000 system? What are your experiences with it?
> What are the pitfalls to take into account? Are there other (and more clever)
> measures to secure this provable?
> Additional question: how would you perform source control, especially on 3rd world
> sources?

Cees de Bondt MSc

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