Yet, while this outsourcing trend can be a win-win for the company, the service provider and investors, it also adds a layer of internal control risk that must be considered in this Sarbanes-Oxley world.
What does SP stand for?
SP stands for Service Provider
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 191 other meanings of SP in our Acronym Attic
- Senterpartiet (Norwegian political party)
- Sentinel Pile (anal fissure complication)
- Septum Primum (cardiology)
- Sergei Prokofiev (classical composer)
- Sergio Perticaroli (classical pianist)
- Serial Port
- Servants of the Holy Paraclete, Piarist Fathers (religious order)
- Service Pack
- Service Platform
- Service Position
Samples in periodicals archive:
TITLE: Service Provider Strategy: Proven Secrets of XSPs AUTHOR: Anne M.
Co-locating in Internet data centers makes sense for the same principal reason that outsourcing to a storage service provider does: the company providing co-location services can offer a more scalable, reliable, and secure environment at substantial cost savings.
The Bridgewater Systems Application Policy Controller and Network Policy Controller join the company's proven network access control and subscriber management solutions, widely deployed in service provider networks around the globe, to provide a comprehensive portfolio of subscriber-centric policy management solutions for mobile, fixed and converged operators.
A small Internet service provider on the west coast who wants to add VoIP service to their small business bundle has little in common with a national voice service provider who owns their own last mile facilities.
7 billion minutes of VoIP over service provider networks during 2005 and Infonetics Research projecting 47.
OTCBB:GMOC) reported today that its subsidiary, Internet Telecommunications Plc ("IT"), has announced to the United Kingdom telecom business press and to service providers a new range of services that will compete aggressively with existing carriers.
This provides service-centric intelligence by identifying and associating the appropriate relationships between service provider edge devices (POPs, PEs), virtual edge-to-edge connections (VPNs, VLANs, VPLSs, Pseudowires), traffic prioritization (QoS, CoS), customer edge devices (CEs) and customer names and their locations.