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descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on events or stimuli or processes that occur subsequently

(of a policy or person or action) controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than waiting to respond to it after it happens

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Nextance then matches these IP portfolios to market opportunities, creates agreements based on embedded best practices and proactively tracks the associated agreement milestones, royalty receipts and payments.
With the integration of our PeopleSoft and data archiving solutions, we have significantly improved insight into our own systems and can work more proactively," said Clifford Rizzo, vice president of corporate MIS, Volt Information Services.
Automated Troubleshooting - proactively troubleshoots complex problems across a BlackBerry enterprise environment.
When and if resources or demands change or might change, 4C attempts to resolve any problems that could affect delivery dates and/or proactively notifies all specified parties so they are aware and can plan accordingly.
The Company is proactively remapping entire countries and building unprecedented national databases, called NEXTMap([R]), consisting of highly accurate digital geometric maps that include elevation data.
Sockeye's GlobalRoute service proactively optimizes IP connectivity for enterprises and service providers multihomed to the Internet.
With the ability to verify states of files, systems and software based on a database of authentic data, organizations can proactively assure that software is deployed and configured as intended.
0 is a unique, patented technology platform that allows stakeholders across the enterprise to proactively manage online security risks and mitigate online threats that can damage an organization's bottom line.
As a leader in the area of detecting and avoiding soft errors, we are proactively taking this step to deliver high-quality test results to our customers, even though many of them can conduct these tests themselves," said Helmut Puchner, Director for Technology at Cypress in San Jose.
During PCC ICT's evaluation of EYE, the product identified several previously unknown areas of concern within the network allowing network operations personnel to proactively take corrective action.
This unique approach allows us to proactively protect our customers from online scams that target their identities and accounts.
Service provider and critical infrastructure users of the Mu-4000 are proactively reducing the likelihood of unexpected service downtime causing possible customer churn or loss of revenue.
7 protects users by offering improved rootkit detection and protection by proactively and transparently defeating active rootkits.
Armed with this actionable intelligence and Cyveillance's immediate corrective response capability, Schools can take the appropriate security measures to proactively protect its members.
With instances of malicious online content and identity theft growing higher everyday, Internet users rely on their ISPs and security vendors to not only stop attacks but to help proactively prevent exposure to these risks," said Panos Anastassiadis, CEO of Cyveillance.