recover

(redirected from recoverability)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

recover

(rĭ-kŭv′ĕr) [O.Fr. recoverer]
1. To regain health after illness; to regain a former state of health.
2. To regain a normal state, as to recover from fright.
References in periodicals archive ?
During this period, Claims Direct panel solicitors continued to provide their clients with 'best advice', namely that the principle of recoverability had been established, but that it could not be guaranteed.
When in February 2000 the Rules Committee guidelines were finally published, indicating that recoverability would only be enshrined in law post April 1 2000, Claims Direct acted immediately by suspending the issue of its insurance policies ensuring that no clients would be disadvantaged.
For instance, by using the right tools alongside virtualization, not only does testing for recoverability become easier, but it is now possible to quickly recover individual objects from any virtualized application, which is a lifesaver for users and for administrators.
With its partner programs and professional services, Double-Take delivers unparalleled data protection, centralized back-up, high availability, and recoverability.
5 combines several product feature packs into one product and continues to refine the level of data protection, ease of use and recoverability of Double-Take.
CYA SmartRecovery, with Intelli-Capture, provides an online capture of every incremental change within the repository to ensure the integrity, preservation and recoverability of discrete metadata with content within minutes with no application downtime.
Minimize eDiscovery, auditing and litigation penalties by ensuring content and metadata recoverability regardless of origin date and subsequent data alterations
RapidApp's enterprise virtualization designs have always provided a solid foundation that allows the client to leverage virtualization's recoverability, disaster recovery, chargeback, auto provisioning, and high availability capabilities.
Benefits of iSCSI Boot enables improved server provisioning and enhanced recoverability in face of server failure.
Lucid8 LLC, the company that optimizes space, reliability, efficiency and recoverability for Microsoft Exchange Server databases, today announced that its Enterprise System Protector[TM] (ESP) and its associated component applications has been certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard and Enterprise Editions.
As the world's leading provider of solutions that optimize space, reliability, efficiency and recoverability for Microsoft Exchange, Lucid8 is proud to add Windows 2003 certification to the long list of selling points for Enterprise System Protector," said Troy Werelius, CEO of Lucid8.
Furthermore, as a result of these events, Centene will conduct a test for recoverability of the assets of FG-Kansas including goodwill and intangible assets and expects that, absent a successful appeal, a material non-cash impairment charge will be recorded to its 2006 consolidated statement of earnings for the year ended December 31, 2006.