This research is going to provide detailed analysis of the ISO and Quality in IT and Telecommunication. The main aim of this research is to offer detailed and comprehensive analysis of the new and emerging quality assurance trends in all sectors of life. Also, the main objective behind this research is to take comprehensive overview of the new and most prevalent ISO based quality assurance aspects regarding the IT and Telecommunication inductors. In the recent revolutions in the areas of the global business and IT based technologies: in this scenario there is the vital need of time to establish some quality parameters and standards to uphold quality in the business and corporate IT and telecommunication based platforms.
As I have earlier stated that this research is about the ISO and Quality in IT and Telecommunication. The main aim will be attaining the following given objectives. I have presented these objectives in the form of research questions:
The International Organization for Standardization is extensively recognized as ISO is a Global-standard setting organization consists of council from a variety of national standards organizations. The organization was established on 23 February 1947, the association propagated international proprietary manufacturing and business standards. The head office of the organization is located in Geneva, Switzerland (ISO, 2009) (ISO, 2009). ISO in fact appeared in 1971 as “insurance services office”. Although they still provide the casualty or assets insurance market their industry has extended very much (ISO, 2009) and (Turban, Leidner, McLean, & Wetherbe, 2005, pp. 667-668). ISO has offered various standards and quality assurance areas for the better and enhanced quality assurance of the IT and Telecommunication sectors.
Another approach to software quality is to put into practice the ISO 9000 software development standards. The ISO first published its quality standards in 1987, published revised