direct control

direct control

[də¦rekt kən′trōl]
(computer science)
The control of one machine in a data-processing system by another, without human intervention.
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George buckles him into the Frame and switches on the Direct Control.
Current NLRB decisions treat two companies as joint employers only if both exercise a significant degree of direct control over the same employees.
More than one in five CIOs believe that their direct control over technology has diminished since the start of the recession, whilst the proportion of companies where more than ten per cent of technology spend lies outside the control of the IT department has almost doubled to 40 per cent in the last three years.
Following the abolition of business sectors, business divisions (so far under respective business sectors) will be placed under the direct control of CEO.
When provincial government observed that militants are getting benefit of the semi tribal status of Kala Dhaka and slowly trying to strengthen their rule in Kala Dhaka therefore we decided to bring the area in direct control of the provincial administration and extend provincial and federal rules to the area, he maintained.
Summary: Investment arm is now under direct control of Dubai Holding, confirms statement.
MPs are demanding that Merseyside out-of-hours GP service should be brought back under the direct control of primary care trusts.
If our mind-sets control our psychological and physical reactions and we can control our mind-sets, then we can have direct control over our health," Langer says.
Many of these stakeholders reside outside the program manager's and the milestone decision authority's direct control and sphere of influence.
Brandon and Mike of Direct Control are bartending and when their southern hospitality kicks in, everyone has a drink in their hand and smiles on their face.
The concession comes days after officials in six southeast cities - with about 65,000 of the LAUSD's students - announced they were considering creation of a joint-powers authority to give them more direct control over their schools.