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future-proof

verb To design or build a product or system that anticipates factors and features that might be made obsolete by the next wave of technological advancements.
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First Banks Adopt Future-proof Commerce Transactions Routing Platform
To help overcome these challenges, WatchGuard Technologies and Frost & Sullivan have released a new eBook titled, "Fulfilling the Promise of Unified Threat Management (UTM): Unlocking Full UTM-Enabled Network Protection," which dives into UTM adoption fears and offers three simple steps that can help organizations future-proof their UTM security strategy.
The Evo Future-Proof Framework can help a service provider extend their offering to include best-in-class IPTV components within their pre-integrated IPTV ecosystems.
Desktop Cites Future-Proof Bandwidth Provisioning, Platform Resiliency and Faster ROI on Premium Network Services in Selection Criteria
It provides cable operators with a cost-effective, future-proof network edge device.
Companies realize the most effective cost reduction for sustained compliance and future-proof their solutions for expansion.
The result is a future-proof solution with even greater cost reductions and lower support costs.
Today, CustomFlix offers professional digitization into the Future-Proof Archive service, as well as inventory-free physical media distribution via DVD on Demand, adding thousands of hours of media content to Earth's Biggest Selection on Amazon.
Proactively performing interoperability testing before key platforms are released to customers is a key part of our strategy to future-proof deployments of our SecureSpan products.
Capsa is an economical, turnkey video and future-proof system for file-based archiving of video content including broadcast news, commercials and other programming.
This multi-format support is enabled by the CustomFlix Future-Proof Archive(TM) service, a proprietary storage and repurposing platform designed to allow deployment of digitized files in future formats, giving content providers the flexibility and convenience of distributing content in a format the customers choose.