from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The characteristic of being manageable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The state or quality of being manageable; manageableness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The quality of being manageable; manageableness.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. capable of being managed or controlled


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  • Ernst Mach's notion of the economy of thought is related to the demand of manageability, which is important especially in the engineering sciences and other applied sciences: for example, a mathematical equation can be made “simpler” by suitable approximations, so that it can be solved by a computer.

    Scientific Progress

  • Our top priority this year is "manageability," making your software transparent.

    How We Did It

  • "We believe this kind of manageability will further accelerate the market adoption of virtualization and provide for more flexible and responsive data-center environments."

    Top Tech News

  • Schwan demands the same level of security and manageability from cloud providers as it maintains internally, and Schwan is pushing the envelope to be able to manage all of these environments holistically.

    The Cloud: Have It Your Way

  • ArubaOS 6.0, which powers the vendor's controllers, is part of a trend by wireless LAN vendors to add features intended to improve Wi-Fi signal quality, reduce interference, and strengthen manageability and security.

    Aruba strengthens Wi-Fi network software

  • One of the things that Nokia has been pretty good about is manageability of their devices.

    What Will Mobile Phones Look Like in 2010?

  • Other things, like the iPhone UI, present a deeper level of lasting goodness, but there are still many examples out there, manageability of many Nokia devices being one, of lasting goodness under the hood that many will not see or notice on the showroom floor but which will return rewards in terms of a better ownership experience for years to come.

    What Will Mobile Phones Look Like in 2010?

  • I think cost is not just the only factor towards migrating to cloud & IBM is thinking on those terms of manageability, monitoring & cloud provisioning which most public cloud vendors lack.

    The GigaOM Interview: Kristof Kloeckner, CTO of IBM Cloud Computing

  • The Tevez hoo-ha cast Mancini right back into the early days of doubt about City's manageability and togetherness.

    Manchester City hit the big time but stage fright is still an issue | Paul Hayward

  • I can attest to the simple beauty and manageability of long hair; haven't had a pair of scissors come anywhere near it for over four years; chiefly because I was disatisfied with the hairdressers 'work and became tired of forking over the $$$ every six weeks to keep it in good nick.

    Modest Feminine Dress From the Pages of 1990 Victoria Magazine


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