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Psychol of or denoting a mental process that affects a subsequent process
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"We are now using machine learning technology to proactively detect bullying in photos and their captions and send them to our Community Operations team to review," the blog post read.
Merchants using the Anomali platform will now be able to collaborate on data provided by Visa Threat Intelligence both within and across sectors to proactively mitigate threats.
Reinforcing the focus on fraud protection, Swisscom has chosen the innovative FraudGuard service from its long-standing partner BICS' to help block fraudulent international call attempts, in and out of our network, proactively as an additional benefit to the other functionalities of the solution."
The AvailabilityGuard software enables IT teams to proactively identify and mitigate downtime and data-loss risks across the entire infrastructure-including high availability, cloud, and disaster recovery environments (DR).
"The Overseas Trade Initiative would form part of the department for exports within Plaid Cymru's new business bank and would proactively seek to link investment opportunities with Welsh talent.
UK banking group Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) (LSE: RBS) (NYSE: RBS-PP) has said that it will 'proactively' refund unauthorised overdraft charges if it loses the current High Court test case.
However, unlike many other anti-virus vendors, Sophos did not have to issue an update to protect its users against the malware as Sophos's Behavioral Genotype Protection technology was already able to proactively identify it as Mal/Behav-103.
McAfee solutions, which provide protection against both known and unknown threats, were able to protect users prior to the discovery of the exploit code, demonstrating their ability to proactively protect against new exploit techniques.
CyberGuard has released a new version of its Webwasher Content Management Suite (CSM), which proactively filters against adware/spyware at the gateway before it has a chance to get inside.
The Guardian Program is a customer care program that proactively al ensures the continuous uptime of medical systems such as certain cardiac and angiography systems and all AXIOM Artis systems.
--Quest Software Foglight: This solution provides a single point of access to quickly and proactively detect, diagnose and resolve performance issues.
From an overall perspective, the programs that were the most successful (retention of engineers, satisfaction level) were those where the managers were not only actively involved in the program and career development of the engineers, but where the managers and human resources (HR) personnel were proactively involved in the "womb-to-tomb"--recruitment to final graduation and placement--career development of the engineer.