rightsizing

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rightsizing

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

Rightsizing

The process of correctly sizing equipment to the peak load.
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While his congressional allies work on the new departments, the right-sizing bill can serve as a guide for avoiding redundancies in creating new offices in the bureaucracy.
Excluding $805,000 in net after-tax merger-related and branch right-sizing costs, fourth-quarter core earnings were $56.5 million.
He said that the first phase of the restructuring and right-sizing had been completed by a committee headed by Maqsoodun Nabi and database of more than 95,000 employees had been finalised which was a great success.
"And what's right-sizing for one brand is not the same for another.
An up-to-date and well-managed succession plan is a prerequisite to right-sizing your company and supporting growth.
The notion is that it would be better if the equipment were smaller (i.e., "right"), but it turns out there are a lot of myths about right-sizing that are not actually true.
Right-sizing of the organisation is due to the back-taxing by the Norwegian government and difficult freight markets, the company said.
As the economy continues to flounder and the gap between a company's revenue and total costs becomes increasingly smaller or total costs begin to exceed revenue, more executives are reacting to their profit degradation by right-sizing their company.
Flexibility in leasing options to accommodate changing corporate structure resulting from mergers, acquisitions and / or right-sizing is essential to providing real estate solutions that can be as fluid as the evolving corporation.
The initial reductions are associated with Delta's recently announced right-sizing of the Cincinnati hub and predominantly affect 50-seat aircraft.
Avoid Over-Design: Right-sizing power and cooling infrastructure is one of the most effective ways to reduce capital and operational costs in the datacenter.