Network Computing's findings underscore growing recognition among IT managers and CIOs that the big enchilada
of remote access management doesn't have to leave them with something akin to heartburn; worries about access and management, security and cost-effectiveness don't have to pile up in layers of increasing discomfort.
So, ODOT may figure if it can't provide the big enchilada
, it can at least give the cities some sauce with freshly made freeway signs.
The big test is the November 1998 elections - that's the big enchilada
for Latinos because so much is at stake,'' said Gonzalez.
The big enchilada
that costs just a dolla': A Christmas-tree ornament of Izzy, official mascot of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
My Greek friends in London assure me that Syriza will ditch its anti-capitalist, Marxist rhetoric once it assures power but I remember my Venezuelan friend telling me the same thing when a paratroop lieutenant-colonel named Hugo Chavez first became the big enchilada