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(Information Life Cycle Management) An umbrella term for a comprehensive storage management program within an enterprise. Also called "data life cycle management" (DLM), it takes into consideration the value of the information over time, how quickly and at what cost it must be made available for user queries and how long it must be retained before being deleted. An ILM implies that all data entered into the system have been assigned a type or category based on access rules, retention requirements and business practices. See storage management, SAN and information governance.
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a river in the southern part of the German Democratic Republic, a left tributary of the Saale River (Elbe basin). Length, 121 km; its source is in the northeastern slopes of the Thüringen- wald. It flows mainly through hilly country. Maximum flow is in the spring, and the low-water period comes in summer. There are numerous mill and factory dams and a hydroelectric power station. The city of Weimar is on the Ilm.

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The founding members of the llm Association are all graduates of the Ilm Ideas 2, a programme in Pakistan funded by the UK's Department for International Development (DFID), and managed by Cambridge Education, a member of the Mott MacDonald group.
The purpose of this study is to analyze the changes in individual retinal layer thickness by automated segmentation in patients who have undergone ERM surgery with or without ILM peeling.
(6) ILM peeling eliminates the risk of prefoveal vitreous cortex remnants following PPV.
ILM's ability to analyze the effectiveness of a community's advertising sources in delivering qualified leads has provided a needed boost to Davlyn Investments, according to Lindsay Love, Operations Manager of the San Diego-based company's Multifamily Division, which owns and manages a 3,000-unit portfolio throughout Southern and Northern California.
In the present case, Nd:YAG laser photodisruption of the posterior hyaloid and ILM was performed to drain the entrapped blood into the vitreous and visual acuity rapidly improved within 2 weeks.
"The ILM leadership and management qualifications were adopted in 2013 following feedback from schools, local education authorities and education consortia highlighting the lack of specific educationally-focused leadership and management qualifications for teachers."
However, to the best of our knowledge, best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) was the only functional index used in the limited number of published studies applying the inverted ILM flap technique.
The ILM facility is also available to employees of PTCL.
It improves the performance of students in exams and increases their chances of achieving good results.Launched in November 2014 the campaign is supported by an aggressive communication strategy that includes ILM awareness sessions by PTCL team with students of schools across the country.
* The ILF is a smaller-sized motor suited for high dynamic and low-moving mass applications, while the ILM is a more powerful version of the ILF and has an option to be air-cooled to increase its continuous force output.
Informatica ILM Nearline is designed to help IT organizations manage their data growth.