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IFS

(operating system)

IFS

(operating system)

IFS

(graphics)

IFS

(1) (Installable File System) An OS/2 feature that supports multiple file systems. Different systems can be installed (Unix, CD-ROM, etc.) just like drivers are installed for new peripherals.

(2) See Oracle Internet File System.
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The patient was diagnosed with chronic IFS, based on the indolent nature of the clinical course and the histopathology.
Accordingly, the diagnosis of IFS is now based on histopathologic evidence of soft-tissue invasion by fungal organisms.
IFS is a public company (OMX STO: IFS) founded in 1983 that develops, supplies, and implements IFS Applications[TM], a component-based extended ERP suite built on SOA technology.
The first IFS Touch Apps will be rolled out to early adopter users later this year.
Focus groups and early adopter programs are a key way for IFS to keep the development process close to customers," Matthews said.
Offering ten years of IFS Applications experience, Khaga brings a depth of experience in IFS technology unmatched in the industry," Khaga President and CEO Rodney Francis said.
IFS RE-ME-DI-ATE Haz-Metal Spill Additive is used to cleanup heavy metals contaminated waste from floors or other areas where such waste is generated.
IFS RE-ME-DI-ATE products provide a simple, safe, and cost effective way to permanently render metals waste non-hazardous.
Pursuant to this, the Company has also filed numerous "next generation" patents on the foundation of its MBS(R) and IFS patents with the U.
The IFS product line provides environmentally friendly ("green") consumer and commercial products for the prevention of pollution at the source.
While recognizing the limitations associated with using a strict quantitative rating approach, Fitch believes that Quantitative IFS ratings will provide a reasonable representation of the life insurance company's stand-alone financial strength and operating profile.
While recognizing the limitations associated with using a strict quantitative rating approach, Fitch believes that Quantitative IFS ratings will provide reasonable representation of the health insurance company's stand-alone financial strength and operating profile.