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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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The Future-Proof Storage Loyalty Programme for Dell EMC Unity and SC Series includes three-year satisfaction guarantee, 4:1 all-flash storage efficiency guarantee, never-worry data migrations, hardware investment protection, all-inclusive software and built-in virtustream Storage Cloud (for Dell EMC Unity only) -- Customers can automatically tier files and storage snapshots to the cloud with no capacity costs for one year, up to the program allotment.
Reading one book won't be enough to future-proof someone's career, but it is a start.
Why only future-proof the stuff that's predictable?
For the ultimate work station, the monitor features future-proof connectivity including DisplayPort 1.
Traditionally these solutions have struggled to deliver on the performance promise, but new advances from vendors like WatchGuard deliver total system performance, meaning organizations can future-proof their UTM security strategy.
Du's new guidelines will profit every class of property development, including current and new projects, in terms of offering cutting-edge, future-proof telecommunications and multimedia smart services to their occupants.