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Orchestration

To organize and combine harmoniously so as to achieve a desired or effective combination of form, color and texture of the materials used.
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The acquisition of Orchestrate will enhance the breadth and depth of the Conga Suite, a comprehensive intelligent document automation suite.
CenturyLink said that the acquisition enhances the CenturyLink Cloud platform with new Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) capabilities and adds Orchestrate's experienced data services team to CenturyLink's Product Development and Technology organization.
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As the ability to receive push notifications expands beyond mobile phones and tablets to any Internet-connected system, the Push IO platform will enable Responsys customers to orchestrate relevant marketing experiences within and across devices.
Other evidence indicates that nonprogressors produce CD8 cells that orchestrate attacks specifically against HIV-infected cells.
And at least one expert suggested that the Republicans orchestrate a generational end-run, associating Clinton with (as the recent JFK biography has it) Reckless Youth by creating a mock Wonder Years for him complete with tremulous voice-over, some old duck-and-cover footage, and the #1 pop song during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
To orchestrate the reaction, the researchers direct a flow of the reactants continuously over a silica gel impregnated with a light-sensitive catalyst.
While listening to strings of spoken words, only women with colored hearing synesthesia showed pronounced activity in a part of the visual system known to orchestrate color identification, there searchers say.