A large number of police officials will be deployed
at eidgahs and mosques to provide security to Eid congregations.
This may be due to new variants that are released or more commonly because enterprises have not deployed
the new signatures or patches in order to be protected against the specific attack.
James Hemly, chief the Army Reserve, has announced that every reservist can now expect to deploy
one out of every five years.
Templates and wizards let you create, manage and deploy
professional newsletters in just minutes, without any HTML or programming knowledge.
Arguing that only perfect systems should be deployed
is a ruse.
Today, companies can leverage the Internet and Internet technologies as their primary technology infrastructure on which mission critical business systems and applications can be cost-effectively deployed
Scott Bartkowski, the president of Artificial Reefs, a Pensacola, Florida, company, agrees that people who deploy
reefs "can keep a good census of how many fish they've harvested off that reef and are better able to control the numbers." He compares that to rogue fishers simply finding somebody else's reef "and literally cleaning it off."
plans to deploy
an NMD system, either nationally or regionally, are at odds with these promises and threaten its credibility throughout the world.
An attacking missile can deploy
a warhead inside such a balloon amid dozens of indistinguishable but empty balloons.
Founded in 1996 as VIP Calling, iBasis has built the world's largest Cisco-powered network for Internet telephony with an open architecture that lets customers deploy
new services while reducing costs.
Euan Graham, international security director at Lowy Institute, warned that Beijing may soon deploy
combat aircraft in the region.