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granular

[′gran·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having a grainy texture.
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Shah said RMS' existing catalogue of models is not changing but he expects, over time, to deliver new high-definition models to look at risk on more granularly.
Granularly partition their inter-data center WAN links for use by replication and backup simultaneously.
Centralised Attack Analysis: The Imperva Security Operations Center (SOC) granularly tunes policies using collective knowledge about DDoS threats, including new and emerging attack methods and known malicious users.
The first step is to analyse profitability as granularly as possible.
By granularly delegating access to superuser privileges, such as those used by Unix/Linux administrators and root users, organisations can manage and secure privileged access and individual command execution.
General-practice firms and other large, global entities often struggle to break down their audiences as granularly as a boutique IP firm like Finnegan.
Reporting should allow users to start globally, then drill more granularly, followed by a second drill level to track each OR specialty separately.
If these individuals' expertise and interest can be leveraged, the lender will have a document repository that has its documents classified more granularly than if the full package is scanned after closing.
SonicWALL Aventail End Point Control allows DePaul to detect granularly the identity and integrity of a wide range of endpoints.
However, if they can live up to their full potential, they can be used more granularly and intelligently as they become strategic assets.
This time-to-archive policy becomes more valuable when you apply it more granularly by message type.