dispersed site

dispersed site

A site selected to reduce concentration and vulnerability by its separation from other military targets or a recognized threat area.
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Standby Site: Dedicated backup site waiting to process transactions in the event of a production failure, Digex manages a second, geographically dispersed site with an Oracle standby database.
He added that improved and reliable data connectivity between geographically dispersed sites shall improve services for customers and will allow the organization to develop and manage new products efficiently.
Ivalua's Strategic Sourcing software helps clients manage the full strategic sourcing cycle (including Projects, RFX and Auctions), advanced sourcing of components and bills of materials, the New Product Introduction process, deep collaboration on specifications, total cost of ownership via advanced total cost breakdown features and demand aggregation and planning process across globally dispersed sites.
supports graphics enhancements, performance monitoring capabilities and for geographically dispersed sites.
The solution also allows for geographically dispersed sites to be unified and operate as a single network.
City officials have tolerated the ongoing violation because they understand that evicting people from Whoville might involve an unwanted confrontation, and would end with residents continuing to camp in dispersed sites.
Despite the university having dispersed sites across Cumbria and North Lancashire, they have implemented a number of initiatives since 2007 to help reduce the need for reliance on a pool car fleet, reducing C[O.
CAMSTAR SIGMASURE Camstar SigmaSure[TM] enables you to collaborate with your globally dispersed sites, component suppliers and contract manufacturers to proactively ensure that products they produce meet specifications.
The WAN is critical to FirstGroup and will link its many dispersed sites across the UK.
VPNs may be service provider or customer provisioned and fall into one of two broad categories: site-to-site VPNs connect the geographically dispersed sites of an organization or organizations (see figure 3) and remote access VPNs connect mobile or home-based users to an organization's.
For example, wind power reliability can be improved with geographically dispersed sites.