Axacore's integration abilities, flexibility and granular document and user level security has allowed us to reach levels of efficiency that otherwise would not have been possible,” said Tad Hensley, VP Technology Development at AmeriPro Funding.
What does ULS stand for?
ULS stands for User Level Security
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of ULS
We have 63 other meanings of ULS in our Acronym Attic
- Universidad de La Serena (Chile)
- University Laboratory School (various schools)
- University Legal Services (Washington, DC)
- University of Liggett School
- Unsecured Loan Stock
- Up-Link Station (Galileo System)
- Update of Legacy Systems
- Upper Limit Switch
- Upward-Looking SONAR
- Use Less Stuff
- User Location Service
- Ultra Low Sidelobe Antenna
- Universidad La Salle
- University of Labour and Social Affairs (social work; Vietnam)
- University of Leeds Speleological Association (caving club; Leeds, UK)
- Utah Life Science Association (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Ultra Light Steel Auto Body
- University of London Sub-Aqua Club (UK)
- Upper Left Sternal Border
- United Kingdom Longitudinal Studies Centre (est. 1999)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For small- to medium-size businesses and home-based businesses, high-speed Internet access, automatic remote data backup, user level security, wireless workplaces and more are conveniently packaged.
For the security conscious, authentication is provided using Windows NT/2000 user level security, or alternatively using the program's own challenge-response password authentication method.
KwikDISC also incorporates password and user level security.
Application-level security extends protection for critical information by bringing user level security control to key application components.
While Windows 95 was designed with network security in mind, including capabilities such as pass-through user level security for peer resource sharing, Windows 95 logon security, password and other system policies, none of these capabilities account for file-level protection at the desktop.