from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of enabling
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of enabling, or the state of being enabled; ability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of enabling.
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The highest level of enablement is concerned with the way information technology can create new ways of thinking.
This is the idea behind sales enablement, that is what can companies do to minimize the time salespeople spend on administrative tasks, optimize preparation time, and prioritize selling time?
Our only observation is that "enablement" is not a word, according to Merriam Webster, so we guess that one cuold define it any way one wanted.
I've stopped commenting with one word .. "enablement" .. a long time ago.
With IBM DB2 9. 7's new compatibility and enablement features, DBAs tasked with moving Oracle databases to DB2 will find out-of-the-box "enablement" functionality that streamlines tasks and fast tracks time to completion.
I am worrying about the potential human waste where people don't have the kind of enablement that youth work can give them.
Now, with the simpler "enablement" process that the Green Plug/Imagination partnership makes possible for many products, this impediment has been removed.
Under the "enablement" heading, Novell is also developing a new line of on-line training courses for channel partners that Colado said platinum and gold partners could take for free.
Now, with the simpler "enablement" process that the Green Plug/Imagination agreement makes possible, for many products this impediment has been removed.
In many areas of patent law, the "enablement" rule (which says that patent applications have to describe an invention in enough detail to