Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or property of being recoverable.
- n. The property of being able to recover.
“Brocade and the File Area Network - A Taneja Group Solution Profile ESG Analyst, Lauren Whitehouse, discusses Double-Take Software's concept of "recoverability”
“ROI Business Case: Extending Data Domain Deduplication to Offsite DR ESG Analyst, Lauren Whitehouse, discusses Double-Take Software's concept of "recoverability”
“recoverability" is the in-vogue term, yet this minor switch of emphasis ignores one key fact: recovery is a reaction to failure.”
“We expect all financial institutions to put in place a robust technology risk management framework that will ensure the reliability, resiliency and speedy recoverability of the institution's IT systems and infrastructure, whether outsourced or in-house.”
“Heavy-Oil Outlook While the estimate of oil in place has not changed materially for decades, the recoverability factor has risen from less than 10% to 40% at present.”
“In a statement to MPs, he also announced separate plans to limit the cost of "no win, no fee" litigation, principally by abolishing the recoverability of success fees in these cases.”
“Mr. O'Connor Tuesday told the parliamentary committee that the overriding objective is to "protect the Irish taxpayer" through stabilizing and derisking the bank, reducing the size of the balance sheet, reducing the cost base and maximizing recoverability of loans.”
“The remainder consists of resources that have been discovered but not yet developed, and assumptions about both future increases in the rate of recoverability and the size of fields that have yet to be discovered.”
“It appears to us that New Orleans and its environs have passed the point of recoverability.”
“Paruk said that when the question of the loans referred to was raised because of the query about their recoverability, it elicited a strong protest from Shaik on the basis that it was quite impossible that he owed such sums to the relevant companies.”
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