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(di-ploy′) [Fr. deployer, to scatter]
1. To prepare personnel or resources for anticipated use, e.g. in a mass casualty or a field of battle.
2. To put into therapeutic use.
3. To insert (e.g., prostheses, stents).
deployment (mĕnt)
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If the 3rd Infantry Division is assigned to deploy, say, a brigade combat team--usually three battalions of between 500 and 900 men each, plus headquarters and support assets--to the Middle East, that team is built essentially ad hoc, from the ground up.
It is unique in the industry in its ability to "auto-optimize" WAN links, providing a simpler and smarter way to deliver LAN-like performance to remote users over the WAN, while being significantly easier to deploy and manage than competitive solutions.
Wavelink has enabled many of the world's major corporations, including retailers, manufacturers and logistics companies to deploy, secure, monitor and maintain their wireless LAN networks.
New Boundary Technologies' Prism Deploy and Prism Pack are the most reliable and cost-effective ways to install, update and remove software and application configuration information on every local, mobile and remote PC, laptop or server across an entire organization.
Prism Deploy is a registered trademark and Prism Pack is a trademark of New Boundary Technologies, Inc.
PeerDirect enables us to deploy applications and data directly to our field offices, leveraging our unique software architecture and platform for maximum business impact," said Albert Prast, chief information officer at RoTech, Inc.
Encapsulating this knowledge in ISMs allows customers to accurately configure, deploy and manage a vast number of technologies, even with limited resources.
Prism Deploy and Desktop DNA, compatible applications designed specifically to deploy software and facilitate large-scale enterprise upgrades, ease and accelerate the migration effort, allowing the IT department to focus on other aspects of information management critical to a company's growth and profitability.
SystemGuard prevents applications from interfering with other applications allowing terminal server administrators to deploy any application on any server at any time.
Enterprises must have the flexibility to support growing numbers of users and deploy new productivity applications.
Once in the repository, flexible computing is easy: an administrator picks an image and disk layout -- for instance, Turbolinux with IBM's WebSphere or Red Hat with Apache -- and then PowerCockpit dynamically configures and deploys the image.