Direct Computer Resources was granted a patent in 2007 for its data quality management and control technology.
What does CR stand for?
CR stands for Computer Resources
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 144 other meanings of CR in our Acronym Attic
- Complete Remission (oncology)
- Complete Response
- Complete Rest
- Compliance Rating
- Composite Reflectivity (weather)
- Compression Ratio
- Compressor Refrigeration
- Compte-Rendu (French)
- Computed Radiography
- Computed Relation
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DORSA: The project team consisted of a cross-divisional group, including members of finance, operations and computer resources professionals.
91-59 - should address not only issues such as EDI and the application of section 6001 to records created on personal (micro) computers, but more fundamental questions such as the availability of record retention agreements between taxpayers and the IRS, the requirements that taxpayers provide computer resources to the IRS to process machine-sensible records, and whether a record evaluation by a CAS constituted an examination for purposes of section 7605(b) of the Internal Revenue Code.
About NECR Shawn Fennell and Vincent O'Grady, who worked together at NYNEX Business Center, founded New England Computer Resources (NECR) in 1991.
Cadre Computer Resources specializes in secured electronic commerce and Internet/intranet development, including secured Internet access, Web site development, and Internet security.
The combined offerings of EarthLink and Positive Networks will allow businesses to ensure connectivity to all work-related computer resources while outside of the office.
Headquartered in Hebron, KY, Pomeroy Computer Resources (Nasdaq: PMRY) is one of the country's 10 largest integrators in the nation.
For example, if the original cause of the job failure no longer exists, aborting the entire job is unnecessarily pessimistic because it delays job completion and wastes the computer resources already spent running the job's upstream tasks, reducing the system's throughput.