Domage

Dom´age


n.1.Damage; hurt.
2.Subjugation.
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There's a thousand dollars' domage done, an' I'll see ye pay for ut.
The Wali of North Darfur State,Kibir, has added that the fire, which broke on Friday, caused huge domage to forests and pastures, stressing the need to draw up firelines to lessen the possiblity of a repeat of bush fire, particualry at this time of the year.
The decision in the next year or two will only be about the private cloud," Eric Domage, programme manager for EMEA software and service group at IDC, told the analyst's Virtualisation and Cloud Security Conference in London.
Eric Domage, manager Western European Security Research and Consulting, IDC, said the recent series of security announcements from HP were encouraging for a number of reasons.
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This type of solution is awaited by the enterprises and organizations that search for in-the-cloud IT cost effectiveness, but must not abandon security needs and obligations," said Eric Domage, security software & services research manager, IDC Western Europe.
According to Eric Domage, IDC EMEA program manager, European security products and strategies, the survey reveals that organisations believe the most significant impact of a security breach would come from the lack of control of its intellectual property (IP).
Regulation compliance, IT weakness, complexity, and attacker agility are the main drivers of investment," said Eric Domage, IDC's Western European Security Software research manager.
This present boke shalbe the Jornall called + apperteyning to me Thomas Gresham of London mercer for therin to wryte with my owne hande or els with the hand of my prentys Thomas Bradshawe alle my hoole trayne and doynges and out of the saide Jornall, to wryte it into the greate booke called the leger which shalbe holden by poundes shillinges and pence of money of Englonde Pleaseth God to geve me profytt and prosperitye to defende me from evell fortune losse and domage.
Small- and medium-sized business behavior towards security is very tactical and meets their immediate requirements," said Eric Domage, European research manager, Security Products & Solutions, IDC.
23) He instead blames Gauvain for both: "'Biax nies, granl domage m'a let vostre felonnie, car ele m'a tolu vos, que ge amoie seur touz bornes, et Lancelot apre, que l'en doutoit tant que, se Mordres seust qu'il fust ausi bien de moi comme il estoit jadis, il ne fust ja si hardiz qu'il eust emprise tel desloiaute comme il a commenciee'" (Mort 165.
Eric Domage, European Security Expert at IDC said: "There is a global shift in IT security towards the use of centralized security monitoring systems.