Software to automate and control the process of storage service delivery differs from traditional monitoring tools by allowing IT departments to package the systems operations, human work-flow and policies required to deliver a specific class of storage to a specific application--then deploy these "packaged services" as a repeatable, software-automated process.
What does SD stand for?
SD stands for Service Delivery
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We have 158 other meanings of SD in our Acronym Attic
- Selection Diversity
- Self Defense
- Senate Document
- Senatus Decreto (Latin: By Decree of Senate, epigraphy)
- Send Data
- Senile Dementia
- Senior Deacon
- Senior Director
- Senior Discount
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Abstract This article describes a promising trend towards flexible service delivery in Special Education.
This article was originally prepared for presentation in the symposium on Contextual Factors in Career Service Delivery at the 106th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), San Francisco, August 14-18, 1998.
The agreement between the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation (CSAVR) to streamline the public vocational rehabilitation service delivery system grew out of a CSAVR initiative following the reauthorization of the Rehabilitation Act in 1992.
Service delivery models that subscribe to a consumer empowerment model attempt to ".
As indicated in the preface, this edited volume represents "the second wave of community living research" in response to President Kennedy's challenge to improve not only the service delivery system, but the social conditions of people with mental retardation.
A critical step in laying the foundation for the development of rural specific service delivery models is identifying those elements which are common to rural areas and those which substantially differentiate rural populations from their urban counterparts.