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1. 
a. of or relating to the central nervous system
b. of or relating to the centrum of a vertebra
2. (of a force) directed from or towards a point
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You can move centrally managed OCIE out of PBUSE, get it off your unit's property book and help the Army redistribute supplies.
Because centrally assessed property works as a unit across county lines, it is usually assessed on a unitary basis, with the entire business valued as an operating unit rather than as a collection of individual assets.
All of this is done on a single, centrally managed agent, which is precisely what IT departments want.
Yet, if these costs were centrally managed, the company would be able to control its costs much better.
Signiant provides complete, enterprise-class software solutions for remote data protection and media asset distribution, enabling large organizations to centrally manage their widely distributed data.
For the customer support/eService automation market, FootPrints provides the same capabilities described above plus the ability to centrally manage all incoming requests from multiple channels, including phone, email, the web, live chat, and wireless devices.
mTrust Manager allows our corporate users to centrally manage security features such as device password policy, as well as optionally restrict the use of company-issued drives to approved PCs.
McDATA's ROC offering is a set of products and services that let companies consolidate, centrally manage and protect all remote office data types, without slowing the pace of real-time global business.
Web Workplace also allows IT administrators to leverage the Encentuate IMS Server to centrally manage identities and access policies.
To significantly improve the overall performance of their network and to create centrally managed storage, IMEXBANK has chosen StoreAge's SVM(TM) to centrally manage the new Storage Area Network installed by Telco.
0 allow organizations to centrally manage and enforce corporate email policies based on any part of a mail message including attachments.
Packeteer(R) (NASDAQ:PKTR), the global leader in WAN Application Optimization, today announced major upgrades to its PolicyCenter and ReportCenter management systems that will enable enterprises to centrally manage and auto-configure up to 2,500 PacketShaper appliances being deployed at remote sites without the need for onsite IT intervention, thereby reducing total-cost-of-ownership dramatically.

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