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granular

[′gran·yə·lər]
(science and technology)
Having a grainy texture.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They can choose to encrypt granularly at the volume level without the need and additional cost of purchasing self encrypting drives (SEDs), while retaining key benefits such as centralised key management and access control, better compliance, as well as high availability.
As a result, NetApp customers do not need to encrypt the entire disk drive; they can choose to encrypt granularly at the volume level without the need and additional cost of purchasing self-encrypting drives (SEDs) while retaining key benefits such as centralised key management and access control, better compliance, and high availability.
regulatory framework of granularly defined transparency standards for AI
Slack also provides a number of options for members to organize content, first by channel, and more granularly by way of posts and cloud-based document storage.
They "enable us to capture many different types of emotions and to be able to profile the emotions that are happening very granularly on a second by second basis," said Elissa Moses, chief executive of the neuro and behavioral science business at Ipsos, a consultancy and market research firm.
Rather, it is necessary to parse news orientations--and changes in these orientations--more granularly. As media choice increases, it is vital to better understand who selects which news content for what reasons under which circumstances.
The bottle list is more granularly separated: sparkling whites, New and Old World chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, selected whites, selected reds, Italian reds, merlot, New and Old World pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon and blends and Spanish reds.
"In the last seven months, we have looked at everything more granularly. There were brands we were missing," says Sirdeshmukh.
With Bomgar Privileged Access, Green and the rest of the IS&T management team can define how each privileged user connects to a system as well as granularly control their access rights without hindering their work.
Without the ability to measure interactions, granularly and accurately, the growth and adoption of any service will be throttled.
IP Intelligence delivers highly accurate IP-to-location data that can be granularly configured to provide refined results, such as which ISPs are available for a user to connect to the Internet.
This lens, perhaps, we can think of as a pair of glasses enabling me to read myself more granularly and to deconstruct my established expectations and presumptions.