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enterprise computing

A computer network system that seamlessly connects all the computers in a single organization or institution, even if those computers are housed in different locations.
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The three trends of centralized enterprise computing, vendor-hosted services, and subscriptions to SaaS-based library services platforms have reshaped the realm of library computing support.
He adds that the work they put in to enterprise-enabling the programme is evident in the students it graduates, who exhibit a deep knowledge of what enterprise computing is.
"Linux is the promising future of enterprise computing, and SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 from Novell is delivering on that promise now," said Nathan Norris, network administration supervisor for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.
The commoditization of computing and networking technology has advanced the penetration of cluster computing into mainstream enterprise computing applications.
With enterprise customers like Cheap Tickets, whose websites must always be accessible to the public, HONCAD's enterprise computing division, CORE Systems Hawaii, has the expertise to address today's IT challenges.
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company promoting Linux-based software solutions for Internet and enterprise computing infrastructure.
It's all part of a larger movement toward enterprise computing and integration of diverse functional areas.
"In addition to allowing for unlimited amounts of querying and report-writing in Windows, it also provides a gateway to full enterprise computing."
Ken Tallman, senior product manager for Java3D, said that HP was an important vendor to have supporting the API because of its strength in the graphics workstation and enterprise computing market.
NEW YORK--Boscov's is revamping in-store technologies and network communications to achieve "enterprise computing," a relatively new concept that seeks to take full advantage of corporate data by making it readily available to nearly everyone in the organization.
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