development of recommendations for optimising the staff workload
and managing the
Research is needed to address the most effective and efficient workload
allocation for nursing faculty.
Looking forward over the next 12 months, expectations for workloads
are cautious with 57% more chartered surveyors expecting workloads
to fall than rise.
By offering inexpensive specialty processors for the mainframe that run this type of workload
, IBM is hoping to encourage more modern workloads
to be built for, and run on, the mainframe.
Portability (Double-Take Move): Move workloads
between any combination of physical and virtual hardware (P2P, P2V, V2P or V2V) within datacenters for hardware refreshes, or across locations for datacenter migrations and consolidations.
Across the UK, growth in construction workloads
fell to the lowest level for more than a decade.
Thompson comparing workload
in the online environment at the Penn State World Campus, found similar results in that workload
"was comparable to or somewhat less than that for face-to-face courses .
Beyond the acceleration of large-scale computing tasks, grid computing allows for the dynamic assignment of workloads
to the most efficient resources for the job, so a large number of tasks run more effectively.
Shifting the workload
to the Defense Distribution Center has made a lot of sense.
An increased workload
is a challenge for many producers, and many are not handling it effectively," Rosenzweig said.
that HR 1661 provided a good solution to the workload
The first task in using the CAP workload
recording method to optimize staffing is to determine your workload