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1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.


1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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The reciprocal relationship between the Microsegmentation trend and the Value-Targeting trend means that competitors increasingly focus on a few selected areas where they can hope to achieve an advantage.
They do not necessarily think of techniques as the simulation, conditional independence, or microsegmentation approach, or even as a method of linking data bases.
The 1990s will be the decade of microsegmentation, as more and more highly specialized businesses and entrepreneurs search for narrower niches.
Microsegmentation technologies have been available for some time to address these internal threats by controlling east-west traffic between applications, but widespread adoption has been slowed by the complicated setup and management commonly demanded by large-scale SDN deployments.
Meanwhile advertisers, which now pay a premium for a national mass audience, might shift over to microsegmentation, especially as they grow accustomed to the precise advertising targeting the Internet promotes.
Stealth uses identity-based microsegmentation techniques and encryption to create segments within an organization where only authorized users can access information, while those without authorization cannot even see that those endpoints exist.
Marketers will then need to wrestle with microsegmentation not just at the level of the individual customer, but at the level of the individual customer at specific points in time.