Network Systems Sample Clauses

Network Systems. The Network Administrator will program, maintain, and manage all Network systems in a manner consistent with maximizing the operational performance and minimizing the loss or corruption of data. The Network Administrator is responsible for RWC Network systems’ programming, maintenance, backup and archiving.
Network Systems. The GEC-D/C shall maintain an electronic communications network to enable electronic mail (email) communications between the GECP, the STATE, agencies, and external entities. The communications network shall be operational 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and 365 days per year except for times of maintenance or repair. Electronic Content Management (ECM) System The GEC-D/C shall utilize the State-owned Strategic Projects Division (SPD) SharePoint ECM. This ECM shall provide the electronic content, data, and document management that tracks the receipt, distribution, review, and STATE response of all GEC and STATE deliverables on secure, permissions-based access levels. The ECM shall comply with the STATE’s records management standards as well as the STATE’s SPD-provided file plans, taxonomy, and records retention schedule to ensure compliance with appropriate security, versioning, and protocol standards. The GEC-D/C shall appoint sufficient document control managers and specialists to address the requirements related to electronic records, document, and data management within the STATE’s SPD SharePoint ECM system.

Related to Network Systems

  • Network Services Preventive care: 100% coverage. Preventive services include, but are not restricted to routine physical exams, routine gynecological exams, routine hearing exams, routine eye exams, and immunizations. A $100 single and $200 family combined annual deductible will apply to lab/diagnostic testing after which 100% coverage will apply. A $50 copay will apply to CT and MRI scans.

  • Network PHARMACY is a retail, mail order or specialty pharmacy that has a contract to accept our pharmacy allowance for prescription drugs and diabetic equipment or supplies covered under this plan. NETWORK PROVIDER is a provider that has entered into a contract with us or other Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans. For pediatric dental care services, network provider is a dentist that has entered into a contract with us or participates in the Dental Coast to Coast Network. For pediatric vision hardware services, a network provider is a provider that has entered into a contract with EyeMed, our vision care service manager.

  • Network Services Local Access Services In lieu of any other rates and discounts, Customer will pay fixed monthly recurring per-circuit local loop charges ranging from $152 to $1,504 and non-recurring charges ranging from $200 to $1,000 for DS-1 and DS-3 Access Service at 4 CLLI codes mutually agreed upon by the Customer and the Company.

  • Infrastructure Infrastructure serves as the foundation and building blocks of an integrated IT solution. It is the hardware which supports Application Services (C.3.2) and IT Management Services (C.3.3); the software and services which enable that hardware to function; and the hardware, software, and services which allow for secure communication and interoperability between all business and application service components. Infrastructure services facilitate the development and maintenance of critical IT infrastructures required to support Federal government business operations. This section includes the technical framework components that make up integrated IT solutions. One or any combination of these components may be used to deliver IT solutions intended to perform a wide array of functions which allow agencies to deliver services to their customers (or users), whether internal or external, in an efficient and effective manner. Infrastructure includes hardware, software, licensing, technical support, and warranty services from third party sources, as well as technological refreshment and enhancements for that hardware and software. This section is aligned with the FEA/DoDEA Technical Reference Model (TRM) which describes these components using a vocabulary that is common throughout the entire Federal government. A detailed review of the TRM is provided in Section J, Attachment 5. Infrastructure includes complete life cycle support for all hardware, software, and services represented above, including planning, analysis, research and development, design, development, integration and testing, implementation, operations and maintenance, information assurance, and final disposition of these components. The services also include administration and help desk functions necessary to support the IT infrastructure (e.g., desktop support, network administration). Infrastructure components of an integrated IT solution can be categorized as follows:

  • Network Access The Licensed Materials will be stored at one or more Publisher´s locations in digital form accessible by telecommunication links between such locations and authorized locations of Licensee and Participating institutions.

  • Security Systems The Service may not be compatible with security systems. You may be required to maintain a telephone connection through your local exchange carrier in order to use any alarm monitoring functions for any security system installed in your home or business. You are responsible for contacting the alarm monitoring company to test the compatibility of any alarm monitoring or security system with the Service.

  • Systems The Sub-Administrator shall retain title to and ownership of any and all data bases, computer programs, screen formats, report formats, interactive design techniques, derivative works, inventions, discoveries, patentable or copyrightable matters, concepts, expertise, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and other related legal rights utilized by the Sub-Administrator in connection with the services provided by the Sub-Administrator to the Administrator and the Funds.

  • Network Upgrades The Transmission Provider or the Transmission Owner shall design, procure, construct, install, and own the Network Upgrades described in Attachment 6 of this Agreement. If the Transmission Provider and the Interconnection Customer agree, the Interconnection Customer may construct Network Upgrades that are located on land owned by the Interconnection Customer. Unless the Transmission Provider elects to pay for Network Upgrades, the actual cost of the Network Upgrades, including overheads, shall be borne initially by the Interconnection Customer.

  • Computer Systems UNFI has proper security safeguards in place to ensure the confidentiality of all of WFM’s data as contained in UNFI’s computer systems. All such systems will perform without material defect or error in compliance with the performance standards set forth in this Agreement. UNFI has a disaster recovery program in place to ensure that, in the event of a catastrophic destruction of any portion of UNFI’s computer systems, wherever located, UNFI will be able to recover all necessary data to continue to perform its obligations hereunder in substantially the time frames contemplated herein.

  • Interface A defined set of transmission facilities that separate Load Zones and that separate the NYCA from adjacent Control Areas. Investor-Owned Transmission Owners. A Transmission Owner that is owned by private investors. At the present time these include: Central Xxxxxx Gas & Electric Corporation, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York State Electric & Gas Corporation, Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc., and Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation.