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ESM

(1) (Enterprise Storage Management) Managing the online, nearline and offline storage within a large organization. It includes analysis of storage requirements as well as making routine copies of files and databases for backup, archiving, disaster recovery, hierarchical storage management (HSM) and testing purposes. See SAN and HSM.

(2) (Enterprise Systems Management) Systems management within a large enterprise. See systems management.

passive countermeasures

The detection and analysis of the enemy's electromagnetic emissions. Also called ESM (electronic support measures).
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The shareholders of the ESM are the 19 euro area member states, including Cyprus.
Accordingly, Parliament backs the ECA's attempts to access information on the ESM, and thus to indirectly monitor the activities of the EU's rescue mechanism.
The rating action "does not inhibit ESM or EFSF in any way to act or emit," the ESM noted.
The implementation of ArcSight's ESM software was managed through ArcSight's partner, Genesis Communication, a Swiss-based company specialising in solutions for monitoring and management of security infrastructure and applications.
Abbotly Australia had already granted Smartcool exclusive distribution rights to the ESM module in Canada, the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean, but now it can market the modules in Australia, Thailand, the UK, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf.
ESM, with optional AFR control, is now standard on all Waukesha Engine Series Four rich-burn engines.
308, Symantec ESM for HIPAA provides pre-configured HIPAA-based security policies, allowing organizations to audit their environment for HIPAA security standard compliance.
The cost of the new ESM application modules have not been revealed.
5 of ESM can perform over 2,000 different security and vulnerability checks on various operating system platforms, including Windows NT/2000/XP, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, Linux and Unix.
The equipment will replace existing Lockheed Martin (formerly Loral) ESM systems.
ScanMaster and ColorMaster sortation systems are available from Houston-based ESM International Inc.