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MDU

Abbreviation for:
multiple disability unit
Medical Defence Union

Medical Defence Union. A member-owned, not-for-profit mutual organisation, established in 1885 as the world’s first medical defence organisation, which has led the medical negligence field ever since. The MDU defends the professional reputations of MDU members when their clinical performance is called into question.

MDU

Abbrev. for Medical Defence Union, the world's largest legal defence membership organization run by doctors in the interests of doctors and to provide them with legal advice and assistance.
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Secure multitenancy and SSL encryption also allow all users to access their data in a protected and stress free environment.
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The multitenancy of the architecture has been really appealing.
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With Sepaton, we can create a separate storage pool for each of our customers and use the multitenancy feature to track customer usage for charge-back purposes," said Moore.