manageability manageability


  • (n) capable of being managed or controlled


  1. Whoever wins the presidency must restore to some extent a sense of the future's manageability.
  2. But agreement on values does not guarantee fiscal manageability.
  3. In addition, the Supreme Court and the appellate courts tend to be cautious about the manageability of large class action suits with a diverse group of plaintiffs.


  • ATX Motherboard leverages 4th Generation Intel Core processors.

    Based on Intel® Q87 chipset, MB980 supports up to 3.4 GHz 4th Generation Intel Core™ i7/i5/i3 processors manufactured on 22 nm process technology with 3D Tri-Gate transistors. Graphics interface includes DVI-I, DVI-D, and DisplayPort, and embedded Intel vPro Technology promotes security and manageability. Supplied with 4 standard or low-voltage DDR3 sockets supporting up to 32 GB system ...
    on July 10, 2013     Source: ThomasNet


  1. "Our first enterprise-class all-in-one was designed with the reliability, security, manageability and stability our customers expect from the HP Compaq 6000 Pro series," said Alan Reed, vice president and general manager, Desktop PCs, Personal...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Alan Reed Source: TTKN News

  2. "In concert with SAP, we are bringing the unique benefits of the BlackBerry platform to SAP applications, providing organizations with the security, manageability, efficiency and 'push' capabilities of the BlackBerry platform with a dedicated client...
    on May 2, 2008 By: Jim Balsillie Source:

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