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Synonyms for mitigate

Synonyms for mitigate

to make less severe or more bearable

Synonyms for mitigate

lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of

make less severe or harsh

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Larry DeFranco, CEO of iMapData, said, "In a world of accelerating change, growing uncertainty and increasing global threats, business resilience depends on an organization's ability to effectively identify, assess and mitigate risk.
holding generally that landlords do not have to mitigate their damages.
To efficiently manage manufacturing operations, manufacturers must have capabilities to manage and mitigate risks from key areas such as supplier non-conformance, quality and compliance management, asset management, employee health and safety, environmental concerns and time-to-market deadlines," said Mehul Shah, research analyst with Aberdeen's Global Manufacturing Practice.
The DoD Program Managers Handbook--Common Practices to Mitigate the Risk of Obsolescence available at <http://www.
Whatever technology is used, it is important the appliances have the ability to mitigate latency issues, compress the data and shield the application from network disruptions.
The Wakesoft Architecture Platform includes a new version of the Wakesoft Architecture Server and adds three new components that in combination enable customers to mitigate risk of J2EE project delivery, while preparing for their larger SOA strategic initiatives.
Cyber policies that protect a business' e-environment also help to mitigate risk.
Industry partners are urging governments across the region to pass laws to mitigate against domestic oil spills.
Enhanced Security and Forensic Capabilities - Continuous event correlation combined with real-time diagnosis and policy violation alerts mitigate IT infrastructure risk and enforce controls (logic bombs, unauthorized changes, etc.
Description of Work: It is the goal of this solicitation to identify and contract with radon mitigators to mitigate radon in three to ten homes in Minnesota.
We provide them the information they need to prevent or mitigate the impact of potential attacks, as well as eliminate the time and cost associated with performing such research themselves or paying a third party to do it for them.
Power supply will have an increasingly significant impact on commercial property values and many real estate portfolios, according to Vince Berlen, executive vice president of SourceOne, Inc, who discussed how real estate owners can mitigate power risk at a recent Real Estate Technology Forum meeting.
Ferguson wrote that Clinton's defenders will argue "that his long years of 'public service' mitigate against punishment.
Optim will enable Tropitone to improve performance, mitigate risk and control costs across its Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle databases on a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition system.
Paragraph 18 of the lease provided that the landlord was under no duty to mitigate its damages by releasing and that if the tenant abandons the premises or if eviction occurs, the tenant will remain liable for all amounts due under the lease agreement.