coping skill

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coping skill

Any characteristic or behavioral pattern that enhances a person's adaptation. Coping skills include a stable value or religious belief system, problem solving, social skills, health-energy, and commitment to a social network.
Synonym: coping mechanism
See also: coping
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According to Bob Parillo, SPS user satisfaction manager, user discontent was widespread as a result of software deficiencies, missing functionality, and cumbersome work-arounds (functionality points that weren't encompassed in the software and had to be worked around either manually or by using different automated solutions to arrive at the same destination).
Layer in work-arounds and technical issues like varying response times based on a user's particular hardware platform, and the results looked like an insurmountable challenge.
Xelor Software's new solution marks a sharp departure from existing IP telephony QoS work-arounds, which are cumbersome, complex, logistically difficult and economically costly.
Current users of similar technologies have developed work-arounds for the limitations of these systems in demanding applications.
CIMCO has more than 19 years of telecom experience coupled with deep technical prowess to creatively troubleshoot problems and develop solutions or work-arounds that quickly resolve any telecom issues that arise.
Over the years WAN limitations have been addressed with imperfect work-arounds that often introduced more issues than they solved.
With the Condition Code Capability there is no need for work-arounds in regards to item planning or costing," noted Stevenson.
Not only are they limited in bandwidth, but their size causes significant packaging work-arounds when they have to be routed through a busy PC chassis.
PocketCAD VIEWER is the perfect solution for individuals that must take design drawings into the field to execute functions such as recording work-arounds, checking drawings against as-builts and inspecting the measurements of virtually anything," said Arc Second President and CEO Edward Barrientos.
Visual Basic developers no longer need cryptic scripts, foreign languages or work-arounds to produce world class reports.