mission critical


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mission critical

Vital to the operation of the organization. The term is very popular for describing the applications required to run the day-to-day business.
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Mission critical real estate assets are purpose-built facilities designed to support the most essential operations of tenants.
Huawei has been closely partnering with Intel and was the first to launch a new line of mission critical servers running on the E7 v4 series processors.
Mission Critical Linux has developed NetGuard Edition to provide high availability for IP-centric applications.
DB2 and Convolo are a natural fit, " said Bob Tumanic, CEO of Mission Critical Linux.
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An IT service management (ITSM) service first launched in 2004, the HP Mission Critical Partnership service helps IT organizations deliver on their most important service-level and performance commitments and is a key element of the HP Business Continuity and Availability (http://www.
The mission critical messaging markets are a subset of backbone connectivity markets that include database messaging, SOAP, JMS, and Scada.
The initial focus of the ISME development effort will be on the analysis and health monitoring of mission critical electrical power systems.
Tizor's comprehensive approach to Activity Auditing provides visibility into mission critical applications and data that enterprises just cannot get from traditional auditing products.
Complete flexibility that increases cash flow and significantly reduces investments associated with mission critical parts management.
iFortress), a manufacturer of Structural Security products for mission critical technologies and assets, to become an iFortress trained, authorized, and licensed integrator.
24/7 Mission Critical services for high-availability support whether proactive and reactive

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