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rightsizing

Selecting a computer system, whether micro, mini or mainframe, that best meets the needs of the application.
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Rightsizing

The process of correctly sizing equipment to the peak load.
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Duterte endorsed to Congress the passage of the Right Sizing bill, which aims to streamline the workforce of the government.
"I advocate 'right sizing' NCUA's risk-based capital rules.
'These services will also comprise replacement and recycling of ink cartridges, right sizing of devices such as printers, copiers and fax, which will not only reduce cost but also streamline operations,' he added.
Net loss narrowed in the first quarter for First Alert, Inc., which attributed the improvement to "right sizing" manufacturing, reducing selling, general and administrative costs and elimination of under-performing lines.
ISLAMABAD -- The Spokesman of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Thursday stated that right sizing is desperately needed in the airlines.
Answering to a question, Irfan said sympathetic consideration will be given to the low salary employees of the Board and efforts would be made to evolve a policy that such employees should be not affected from the right sizing of the Board.