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the condition of being put to use

the giving of a medication, especially by prescribed dosage

steady attention and effort, as to one's occupation

a document used in applying, as for a job

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Applications: Packaging and other ultrahigh-speed, high-productivity applications
We have since expanded those capabilities and are taking advantage of NetContinuum's sophisticated technology to secure both our FTP and Mail applications.
The major complaints about college applications revolve around the multiple requirements, the inconsistency of those demands, the repetitiveness of various tasks, and the complexity of the administrative process.
It affords enterprises an adaptive infrastructure that can accommodate business applications, which continually grow in size and complexity.
Organizations considering a virtualization strategy must also take a "top-down" view of current operations to determine which business-critical applications represent bottlenecks and pain points for the business users.
Applications will be evaluated for the potential of the proposed activities to address all three components of metabolomics that are listed above.
According to Metzler, the movement to run mission critical, delay-sensitive applications over the network will only accelerate.
The backup copies can then be made available to business applications if an outage disrupts access to the primary source of data.
Applications submitted in response to this PA will be accepted at the standard application deadlines, which are available at http://grants.
IT departments are challenged to meet the needs of the business, with constant pressure to architect all kinds of advanced applications destined to be delivered over IP-based networks.
The combination of these technologies -- in addition to all the other new features that take advantage of Citrix's array of infrastructure technologies -- not only helps their customers virtualize their applications, but also choose how to manage, provision and secure applications for their users.
Because most business applications and databases today are centralized, they are wholly unsuitable fur occasionally connected computing.
While IT professionals work to secure the network perimeter, Web applications continue to remain vulnerable.
With Web applications built on the Web services model, important business contacts can simply access enterprise Web applications the same way they would any other Web site.
MySQL and Tomcat services for creating transactional applications
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