- v. computing To work reliably with another system.
- inter- (“between, mutual”) + operate (“work”) – to “work with each other”. (Wiktionary)
“Who thinks I'm gonna let those frigtards "interoperate" with my beautiful gear?”
“New industry standards will, at least, make it easier to get products to talk to each other, or "interoperate," with less fuss.”
“To take an example, they have worked with beta partners such as Yelp to embed new tags (like hreview, and various other elements of their category and visual structure, such as the star system) and to "interoperate" ... the visual result on a search result is a structured type of result on a”
“Now, as it happens, I have formed the impression that you and the the MS elves want to "interoperate" with ODF so Microsoft forces can take it over, since”
“The data allows diverse applications to interoperate and communicate asynchronously using shared conventions.”
“Some of that has to be brought forward, and more of it has to interoperate with the infrastructure and applications build in the private cloud.”
“However, if you are truly trying to use a Mac running OSX Lion 10.7.x as a business tool to interoperate in Microsoft Exchange environment ... sadly, it is truly the End of Fanboy Days.”
“It will enable other providers in the public and private health caresystem to benefit from, contribute to, and interoperate with this national asset.”
“The plan also calls for the NG911 system to be more flexible and efficient as well as be able to interoperate with other agencies beyond the basic PSAP.”
“But what we think is our clear differentiator in that market is what we call the Polycom Open Collaboration Network, which is a consortium of seven key partners that we will not only interoperate with, go to market with and develop open standards with.”
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