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I have been asked to write a white paper on a companies new technology that is
going to be released in public in about a months time.
Now, how do I go about writing a whitepaper?
- are there any standards/formats to write a whitepaper [w.r.t.layout and style]
- what are the typical contents of a whitepaper
- what is the min and max length [pages]
I would be happy, if any 'gurus' out there can help me out of this.