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PING

Abbreviation for:
Preventing Infections Working Group

ping

clear, sharp, high-pitched, metallic, musical note created by a flicking percussion stroke over a viscus containing gas under moderate pressure and a small amount of fluid; used extensively in the physical examination of the abdomen in cattle and horses.
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The Symbol Network Scanning Appliance features an ergonomic design for fatigue-free ease of use, including a two-finger, handle-mounted scan trigger for easy "aim-and-shoot" operation.
eCopy network scanning solutions from Nuance are offered by leading MFP vendors - including Canon, HP, Konica Minolta, Oce, Ricoh, Toshiba and Xerox - providing organizations with an intuitive touch-screen application that has a consistent user experience across devices.
The CentreWare Network Scanning Services option is available on base configurations of the Xerox Document Centre 220ST and 230ST products, which will be available in the U.
This approval enables us to perform network scanning for customers seeking to comply with the PCI Data Security Standards, and to provide comprehensive security and compliance solutions for merchants and service providers.
7 redefine the paradigm for instant patching without touching or rebooting servers with: automated discovery and identification via scheduled network scanning and/or continuous passive network monitoring; automated inline patch downloads; instant inline patch protection, automatically applied to pre-existing as well as newly discovered servers; and new management capabilities for finding, tracking and sorting servers within the infrastructure, making it easy to patch an individual server or an entire datacenter with a single click of the mouse.
Integrated support for third-party security products, such as antivirus and network scanning tools, enables Dragon Network Defense to gather, correlate, normalize and prioritize security data from many sources, greatly improving an enterprise's ability to respond to emerging threats and effectively manage a complex environment.
Designed for busy workgroups, the FO-DC535 and FO-DC635 Document Communication Systems offer advanced network scanning, network printing, Web-based management, remote diagnostics and PC LAN faxing to transmit documents via fax from a desktop PC.
The standard involves on-site audits, self-administered audits, and network scanning, which apply to merchant and service providers on various levels based on the volume of transactions each facilitates.

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