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infrastructure

1. The components of information technology, including computer hardware, software, networks, and peripheral devices that are used to connect and send signals to computers and users.
2. Those buildings, supplies, policies, procedures and other assets that support the human resources of an institution.
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Expenditures on infrastructure and other capital outlays in August climbed from the P40.1 billion spent during the same month last year, the latest Department of Budget and Management data released Tuesday showed.
According to Suwarto, there will be no economic growth with limited infrastructure which will become an obstacle.
As a result, national interest and the adoption of measures towards identifying and protect in critical infrastructures have become of prime importance.
In Pakistan, the infrastructure sector is comprised of power, telecommunications, roads, ports, railways, air transport, urban infrastructure, information technology cyber parks, and industrial estates.
The 2009 edition of "The Report Card for America's Infrastructure" was published by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) in late January, its release date accelerated in an effort to influence the debate over the enormous economic stimulus bill then being negotiated by the Obama administration and Congress.
"They are looking for a company who can work with them to put the right infrastructure building blocks in place and support at a level with which they are comfortable which is why we are offering Dynamic Infrastructures: the key is its flexibility."
With the right tools in place and with high levels of availability designed into new IT infrastructure projects, particularly for mission-critical applications, many data centers have succeeded in drastically minimizing their unplanned downtime.
Wireless telecommunications infrastructures represent a quick fix--a less time consuming and relatively low-cost way for developing areas to achieve global connectivity.
At Barnes Wentworth, while we design, build and manage communications infrastructure for both commercial and residential property owners, we find that the innovation and sophistication currently desired among residential properties offers a window to the future.
Poor infrastructure services result in constrained economic activity and also reduce the country's growth potential.
To begin the process, it is important to create an overall data protection plan that consciously examines the current and overall corporate network infrastructure under a blinding white spotlight.
The epicRealm XT-S 400 combines the epicRealm eXT technology and sophisticated caching software to deliver intelligent caching through integrated business application control and to ensure application infrastructures are being utilized efficiently.

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