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CMS

(programming)
A code management system from DEC.

CMS

(1) See content management system and color management system.

(2) (Context Management Standard) Data retrieval uniformity in the healthcare field. See CCOW and healthcare IT.

(3) (Conversational Monitor System) A guest operating system that provides interactive communications for IBM's VM operating system. See CP/CMS and VM.

(4) (Call Management System) An AT&T call accounting package for its PBXs.

(5) (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) See healthcare IT.
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a private religious school with 8,000 students, installed a CMS in 2002 after first trying to manage web operations through a homegrown solution in its central office.
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McFadden sees in the CMS a good toot to cope with the growing needs in academic content management.
Long-term care facilities should act now to remedy datareporting problems and institute a system to provide management reports on the CMS QMs.
We built RSuite CMS as a browser-based CMS that could handle complex XML," explained Michael Puscar, directory of technology solutions at Really Strategies, Inc.
Hake: First of all, I just want to say that CMS has recognized the importance of accurate MDS information since the inception of the MDS.
The testimony also addresses the Committee concerns about rising CMS expenditures for EPOGEN.
The report is ideal for organizations looking to develop a business-driven Content Management strategy, or who are considering selecting a CMS product and need unbiased technical assessments, or who simply need a clearly-written guide to this confusing, fast-changing landscape.
We've built the latest enhancements into our Polivec CMS Version to support our customers in this effort.
BLP has been concentrating the past five years on primary storage management and data protection, with server and network management being an area of significant growth and focus; whereas CMS primarily provides server management and subcontracts most of the data protection to BLP under an existing arrangement.
New functionality in the WX CMS software offers valuable time management and cost-saving benefits to MSPs and large enterprises.