COO

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AcronymDefinition
COOChief Operating Officer (corporate title)
COOCountry of Origin
COOCost of Opperation
COOChange of Ownership (various organizations)
COOCost of Ownership
COOCome on Over (Internet slang)
COOCommunities of Opportunity (San Francisco, CA)
COOContinuity of Operations
COOCertificate Of Origin
COOCell of Original
COOChief Operating Officer
COOConception Orientée Objet (French: Object-Oriented Design; software development)
COOCentre for Overweight and Obesity (Australia)
COOCertificate of Occupancy (construction code compliance)
COOChief Ordnance Officer (UK)
COOCaltech Optical Observatories
COOCell of Origin (mobile telephony)
COOCessna Owner Organization (aircraft)
COOConduct of Operations
COOCountries of Operation
COOChiefs of Ontario (Canada)
COOConspiracy of One (Offspring song)
COOConsideration of Others
COOConcept of Operation
COOCollege of Opticians of Ontario (Ontario, Canada)
COOCotonou, Benin - Cotonou (Airport Code)
COOCave of Ordeal (video games)
COOConstraint and Object Oriented
COOChildren of Opportunity
COOCombined Obstacles Overlay
COOconfirmation of ownership
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In a recent study entitled "Active Archival Storage, A Cost of Ownership Analysis" the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) performed a third party analysis of the cost of acquisition and ownership over three years of operation between optical and disk archival technologies.
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