AMASS


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AcronymDefinition
AMASSAirport Movement Area Safety System (FAA)
AMASSArchival Management and Storage System
AMASSATO Mission Analysis and Simulation System
AMASSAutomated Material Accounting Statistics System
AMASSAdvanced Marine Airborne Signal Intelligence System
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AMASS is specialized storage management software that lets users, administrators, and applications archive large data sets on automated storage libraries and retrieve all or any portion of the data at any time.
The advent of technology and its infusion into schools has made it possible for companies like NWEA to amass test banks that are tens of thousands of items deep; create parallel databases of state standards, objectives and benchmarks; and provide targeted tests by combining the two on the fly.
With the expanded support, AMASS for Windows NT now covers a complete range of optical libraries from suppliers including HP and Plasmon, DVD-RAM libraries from ASACA, and tape systems that range from the compact FastStor(R) DLT autoloaders up to the ADIC's Scalar 1000 tape libraries that support both DLT and AIT technology.
Next, the department needed to amass a factual basis for the implementation of travel restrictions.
Using AMASS, Eastman Software's customers, currently utilizing Eastman Software's Enterprise Imaging and Workflow, Enterprise ReportsNow and Imaging Server Series products, gain a comprehensive range of storage options and features; support for industry leading optical devices and tape drives; the ability to expand storage capacity indefinitely; and efficient data management.
Advanced Digital Information Corporation recently introduced long-term data protection utility called Infinite File Life (IFL), which is included in the release of the company's AMASS for Unix storage management software.
Depending on your salary and expenses, it might take a while for you to amass this amount, but you'll find it well worth it.
His "magic" had been to amass large numbers of "Peters" to pay off the "Pauls.
5 release of its AMASS archiving software, designed to enhance users' ability to manage large-scale file-based data sets over extended time periods.
He and fellow researchers plan to amass enough facts to inform the debate on "don't ask, don't tell.
Others in Abacha's government also siphoned money from the state to amass personal fortunes.