ISO stands for several things.
ISO Stands for International Standards Organization
ISO is an acronym for the International Standards Organization. The word standardization is used to describe the process of setting common rules, regulations, and guidelines to ensure that various products and services are compatible with one another.
The ISO was established in 1947 and is based in Geneva, Switzerland. The organization has over 160 member countries worldwide with approximately 24,000 technical experts from all over the globe who volunteer their time to develop more than 2,900 standards that cover nearly every aspect of modern life (from lighting fixtures to medical devices).
ISO’s mission statement: “To promote international standards so as to contribute towards a better quality of life by bringing about conformity among nations through free trade”.
ISO Stands for In search of
ISO stands for In search of, a song by The Doors. It also refers to the TV show In Search Of and its hosts, Leonard Nimoy and Robert Urich. You may have heard of a podcast called In Search Of—the host is Ryan Shaver, who also hosts another podcast called In Search Of The Truth.
In search of (ISOF) is an annual event that brings together musicians from all over the world to play in different locations across Europe each year. It was founded by Peter Gabriel in 2004 as a way to celebrate his 40th birthday; since then it has become one of Europe’s most popular festivals for up-and-coming artists on the continent.
The 2013 ISOF took place in Barcelona on July 26th at Fira de Barcelona Montjuïc Exhibition Center; this event featured more than twenty bands from around Europe including Spain, France, and Italy as well as groups such as Fun Lovin’ Criminals who performed live sets while they traveled through each city playing at least one show per night until they reached their final destination where everyone reunited at one venue before traveling home again after spending time together following their performances during this unique tour experience—it was truly an unforgettable event!
ISO Stands for Information Society Orchestrator
The Information Society Orchestrator is the ideal tool for professionals responsible for building and maintaining infrastructure for the digital economy. It is a fully-featured system that provides support for all aspects of ICT governance, in line with European and international policies. The Orchestrator also offers you flexible deployment options: either centralized or distributed, on-premise or in the cloud.