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lob

1. Sport a ball struck in a high arc
2. Cricket a ball bowled in a slow high arc

LOB

(industrial engineering)

LOB

(1) See BLOB.

(2) (Line Of Business) A specific commercial product or service.
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The revenue-generation opportunity from data will prompt LoBs to not only take greater ownership of the data, but to also impose their own governance and risk management.
across countries and sectors, but the prevalence of LoBs funding IT initiatives
On one hand, LoBs who use this have a better handle on the actual usage and can take the decision based on actual requirement; on the other, IT being out of decision making removes a powerful central influencer, which could mean the LoBs end up buying multiple technologies, making the integration complex.
When lobs berated and humiliated people, he was effectively creating resistance, whether he knew it or not.
Individuals in this role want to learn something and are able to explore the entire database using LOBs and courses of interest.
"It is utopian to expect LOBs to carry the can for the return on investment."
Perilous lobs can be deflected and hit the woodwork.
Proceeds from the GO bonds and LOBs will finance various school and affordable housing projects in the county.
GLORIOUS Burley lobs the ball into the Norwegian net
IT leaders should consider how best to partner with key stakeholders, such as LOBs and third-party providers, with an approach that is tailored for their unique needs.
John Lennon, once said, "The more I see, the less I know for sure." It may seem strange enough that lobs can be compared to Ford and Lennon, but what all three leaders knew and practiced was simplicity.