hosted environment


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hosted environment

A facility in which a third-party holds the data and runs the programs in its own computers. See service provider and cloud computing.
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The hosted environment will provide complete redundancy to eliminate hardware-failure downtime.
A migration path should not only be a direct line from hosted to on-premise, but should offer the customer different options to move from a completely hosted environment.
The Qualex-nGenX alliance will offer the following suite of products in a hosted environment on dedicated HP Proliant BL Blade Servers:
Leveraging Plateau's self-service reporting and tracking capabilities in a hosted environment will enable Reuters to reduce costs by dramatically reducing the need for third party reporting tools and decreasing the associated overhead and ongoing support costs.
Using ATG applications such as ATG Commerce and ATG Merchandising in a hosted environment, New York & Company will launch its first commerce site, reaping the benefit of handing the systems operations overhead to ATG.
Mi8's hosted environment is an inexpensive and easy-to-use solution for this high-end collaboration environment.
Having a robust solution like iCARaS available in a hosted environment makes it simple for small or low volume suppliers to comply with OEM programs similar to Honda's GPCS/VC2 or Ford's MMOG," states Farneth.
Developing, testing, and deploying speech-enabled IVR applications using VBSALT and MTI's hosted environment offers several benefits, including:
Radley Corporation, a leading provider of Business to Business and Automated Data Collection solutions for manufacturers has announced the availability of their e-commerce solutions in a hosted environment.