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FTEFull-Time Equivalent
FTEFord Truck Enthusiasts (online community)
FTEFull-Time Employee
FTEFull Time Employment
FTEFull-Time Equivalency
FTEFrench To English
FTEFull Time Enrollment
FTEFull-Time Equivalent Position
FTEFull-Time Effort
FTEFax Thru E-Mail
FTEFull Time Equivalent
FTEFord Tickford Experience
FTEFlux Transfer Events
FTEFirst Time Ever
FTEFund for Theological Education
FTEFor the Enterprise (SQL)
FTEFoundation for Thought and Ethics
FTEFoundation for Teaching Economics
FTEFixed Term Exclusion (school term)
FTEFolding Text Editor (software)
FTEFull Time Engineer
FTEFumbling Towards Ecstasy (Sarah McLachlan album)
FTEFlight Test Equipment
FTEFlux Transfer Event
FTEFailure to Enroll
FTEField Test Equipment (US DoD)
FTEFlorida's Turnpike Enterprise
FTEFunctional Test Equipment
FTEFlight Test Engineer
FTEFunctional Test Environment (Australian Securities Exchange)
FTEFunniest Thing Ever
FTEFair Trade Egypt
FTEFédération des Travailleuses/eurs de l'Éducation (French teachers union)
FTEFailure to Eject (firearms)
FTEFlight Technical Error
FTEFailure to Extract (firearms)
FTEFitted Target Efficacy (luminaire performance; US Department of Energy)
FTEFirst Time Exhibitor (trade shows)
FTEFault Tolerant Ethernet
FTEFlow-Through Entity
FTEFestival Theatre Ensemble (Los Gatos, CA)
FTEFlight Training Europe (commercial flying school)
FTEForages Technic-Eau Inc. (Canadian drilling company)
FTEFactory Test Equipment
FTEFoundation for Tolerance Education (Johannesburg, South Africa)
FTEFirst Unit Equipped
FTEFull Trucker Effect (song and trucker slang)
FTEForschung Und Technische Entwicklung (German: research and technological development)
FTEFor the Emperor (Warhammer 40k gaming)
FTEFlorida Tomato Exchange
FTEField Test Engineer
FTEFully Taxable Equivalent/Equivalency
FTEFacilities, Terminals, and Equipment
FTEFrame Timing Estimation
FTEFiberoptic Test Equipment
FTEFirearms Training Elective (AAFC)
FTEFunctional-Technical Expert
FTEFree Time Expiry (freight containers)
FTEFemale Threaded End (pipe design)
FTEForwarding Time Expired (US Postal Service)
FTEFree Thyroxine Equivalent (thyroid function marker)
FTEFinancial Transaction Executive (Perot Systems)
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A detailed analysis has been provided for every segment in terms of market size analysis for the enterprise information management solutions market across different regions.
The absence of a legal definition for the enterprise was compensated by literature by formulating numerous definitions.
NEC intends to enhance and expand its line of Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2 processor-based servers and 64bit Linux enterprise solutions with Oracle(R) Database 10g to meet mission-critical business needs for the enterprise market.
The SATA 2.5 specification was recently released and with new features such as Native Command Queuing, 3Gb/s transfer rates, Port Multiplication, and Port Selection, SATA RAID holds great promise for the enterprise. A SATA RAID implementation costs a fraction of SCSI or FC-$1.05 per GB for SATA versus $5.50/GB for FC and $5.15/GB for SCSI.
Loading all of this information for the enterprise need not be done at once; it can be built in increments by business unit, functional area or level of detail.
PKWARE, Inc., a provider of trusted ZIP Solutions for the Enterprise, has announced enhancements to its award-winning PKZIP product for Windows.
(NASDAQ:IWOV), Sunnyvale, Calif., a world- leading provider of content management for the enterprise, has signed an original equipment manufacturer agreement whereby IBM DB2 Records Manager will be offered as part of the newly launched Interwoven 6 Platform.
Connecting the loyalists and collaborators is the ultimate goal for the enterprise of the future.
Consequently, the mere fact that a Website is on a server located in a particular country will not necessarily constitute a PE for the enterprise operating the Website.
So, two distinct iSCSI product categories have emerged: cheap SAN systems for the masses and robust alternatives to Fibre Channel SANs for the enterprise.
An enterprise-class EIM solution not only must interface with a wide range of existing internal and external systems, but also become the system of record for all direct and indirect compensation for the enterprise. It also may become the system of record for producer information for external partners, as it is generally impractical to house information on a carrier's external broker relationships within the corporate human resources system.
"IBM is committed to support the efforts of SuSE and UnitedLinux partners to enhance the scalability and reliability of Linux for the enterprise," said Lauren Flaherty, vice president of marketing, IBM Data Management Solutions.