decision-maker

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decision-maker

n
a person who makes decisions
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decision-maker

[dɪˈsɪʒənˌmeɪkəʳ] Npersona f que toma decisiones
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HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani honoured the participants in the decision-makers forum HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani witnessed the launch of the third edition of Najah Qatari festival at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Over three quarters (88 per cent) of UAE IT decision-makers will increase cloud spend in 2019, said a new report by global market research and analytics company YouGov.
Summary: Over three quarters (88 percent) of UAE IT decision-makers will increase cloud spend in 2019, according to a new YouGov survey.
Over 88 percent of UAE IT decision-makers will increase cloud spend in 2019, says a new YouGov survey launched today with industry experts debating cloud adoption.
Often, decision-makers are coopted by vested interests in a political and electoral system wherein the golden rule ('he who holds the gold makes the rules') prevails.
The roundtable organized by the Munich Security Conference and Korber Foundation wants to give promising young professionals and future decision-makers the opportunity to participate in important political debates, introduce fresh ideas on the international scene, and strengthen their personal and professional networks.
The CIF research, which polled 250 IT and business decision-makers across a range of UK organisations earlier this year, found that 92 per cent of companies polled consider the cloud to be quite important, very important or critical to their digital transformation strategy, which highlights the appetite for remotely based cloud.
In this conceptual analysis, I argue that continuous deviations from firm-specific optimal levels of multinationality can be explained by decision-makers' use of aspirations.
4 -- Enterprise IT decision-makers continue to have concerns with their wireless LAN security.
The United Kingdom-based Juniper Networks worked with the Arlington, Va.-based Wakefield Research to survey more than 2,700 IT and business decision-makers around the world including those in financial services enterprises, healthcare companies, retailers and service provider organizations.
The study found that 40 percent of IT decision-makers and more than 60 percent of employees in IT offices in the Kingdom believe that the chief executive officer of the company has to take responsibility for any hacking of public data.
TUNIS (TAP) - "Security is necessary to attract once more tourists, investors and decision-makers," affirmed Friday French National Assembly President Claude Bartolone.

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