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lob

1. Sport a ball struck in a high arc
2. Cricket a ball bowled in a slow high arc

LOB

(industrial engineering)

LOB

(1) See BLOB.

(2) (Line Of Business) A specific commercial product or service.
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Survey results show that over half of the respondents (54%) stated that they have anxiety due to IoT security, with LoB leaders having higher amounts (58%) compared to their IT counterparts (51%).
No doubt, digital transformation will lead to a significant redrawing of the lines of engagement between IT functions and CxO/ LoB departments.
these projects are focused around LoBs fulfilling omni-channel ambitions to
LOB decision makers are more focused on client side development tools and technologies, while relying on IT to support them with a range of modern app development and integration technologies.
Nearly six out of 10 LoBs have their own budget-independent of IT-to purchase collaboration technology.
competent authority will not issue determinations regarding whether an applicant satisfies one of the objective LOB tests.
Cloud based applications are now affordable and functional enough to convince LOB managers to purchase them without the involvement of the IT department, said the report.
In TEI's view, the inclusion of an LOB Provision similar to that set forth in the Draft is preferable to the inclusion of a treaty anti-abuse rule, as also recommended by the Draft.
Adam Smith's lob then levelled the tie five minutes before the break.
In lob Smarts, Donovan covers everything from how to land a job to what to do with your money once you get paid.
Second-half goals from the dual spearhead of Ben Mackey and Stefan Moore plus a Rene Steer lob late on, Town's 100th in the league this term, decided the issue Neither side made much headway in a cat and mouse opening half with Saints' best efforts coming from Ben Mackey, twice denied by keeper Tom Cross, while Greenbacks had to wait until the 42nd minute before posing a threat, Tom Bates' cross found Mitch Piggon whose close range shot on the turn flew into the side-netting.