com (Staff) Cyberoam, vendor of Identity-based Unified Threat Management Solutions, announced the launch of its End Point Data Protection suite to secure corporate data and manage IT assets.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for End Point
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We have 85 other meanings of EP in our Acronym Attic
- Emergency Pump
- Emission Policy
- Emotional Processing
- Employee Plans
- Employment-to-Population Ratio
- Empresa Pública (Portugal)
- Emulator Program
- En Passant (chess)
- Encroachment Partnering
- End Phenomena (Scientology)
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Attacking Ethernet Latency at the End Points Squeezing the latency from Ethernet has meant efforts by both the standards bodies and by vendors that have attacked both the network end points and the interconnect switch.
Established cell cultures have occasionally made good models for in vivo alternatives, but these tend to be for acute end points such as cutaneous or ocular toxicity in which the mechanisms for the toxicity are limited and for which the end point measured is a sensitive evaluation of cellular function.
This system allows researchers to investigate questions about mechanisms by measuring functional end points of estrogen action, such as prolactin secretion, which increases upon exposure to estrogen.
Specific end points recommended for tracking include asthma and chronic respiratory diseases, and chronic neurodegenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis.
Successful proposals must 1) address biomarkers that are measured in biological media; an actual disease end point is not considered to be a biomarker of effect; 2) focus on one of the following emphasis areas: the reproductive system, the brain/nervous system, the immune system, or the respiratory system; 3) link the biomarker(s) to a toxic end point through an observation of a statistical relationship between the marker and the end point or through a link to a mechanism of action (key precursor event); 4) be relevant or related to environmental exposures; and 5) consider, as much as possible, issues of validation, robustness, and capacity for high-throughput applications.