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deployment

Installing, setting up, testing and running. This military term, which means the placement of troops and equipment in the field, is widely used with computers as an alternate to the word "implementation." For example, "XYZ software deployment" is the same as saying "XYZ software implementation." To "deploy" something is to "get it installed and running."
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For a company to securely protect its network it needs to deploy best-of-breed internal network defense devices.
To get maximum benefit from the new short enlistment option, John Tillson suggests grouping cohorts of college students from the same region or university, who would train and deploy together overseas on short-term enlistments.
While there is no doubt that SRM technology is the best hope for IT administrators to solve these storage issues to optimize their storage environments and reduce storage management expenditures, there is no single best answer as to how to deploy an SRM solution.
Task Force 599 is trained and ready to deploy to any location and prepared to conduct terminal operations anywhere, worldwide," said Jenkins, in his final assessment and proficiency validation report.
The concept involves training in three phases: (1) Team "battle drills" at home station; (2) Training opportunities where individual unit members deploy as augmentation to teams; and (3) Collective training, where units deploy an organic team.