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Value at Risk

In risk analysis, a method to measure the probability of loss on an investment. One calculates the value at risk by measuring the historical trends and volatility of the investment. The method is used most often by investors in highly volatile commodities, such as energy products.
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He was also candid enough to admit that VAR's use in the last men's and women's World Cup finals was flawed.
FEW PITCHSIDE REPLAYS Refereeing errors corrected by VAR that are of a factual nature - they involve black and white distinctions such as onside or offside, inside the box or outside - do not need to be watched again pitchside by the referee; they can accept the verdict of the VAR, with whom they are in constant radio contact.
Infantino had repeatedly promised that VAR would be used at the June 14-July 15 World Cup and has made it one of his priorities since being elected FIFA chief in February 2016.
Once you have decided on the right VAR for your business, how can you ensure that it will deliver the expected services in a timeframe that is suitable for you and your customers?
A VAR usually shares a percentage of its sales with the major vendor whose products it sells and customizes for its clients.
"The VAR channel is one of the great mysteries of life," says Liz Coker of Channel Tactics.
VARs have traditionally offered a straightforward workaround by simply installing more tape drives and making them available for simultaneous use.
We recently asked Bycoff and Kevin Harrison, MapInfo's vice president of sales, about the lessons they learned in building a VAR channel.
5 SONY: Here is a 'short list' of factors that are likely to be important when VARs and integrators' make their choice:
Nevertheless, says Deacon, who formerly managed Hewlett-Packard's VAR channel, it's possible for software companies to overcome this hardware bias and build productive VAR relationships.
To ensure interoperability in their customers' environments, many VARs and SIs have tested the SN 5420 in their networks.
Despite the fact that the VAR can settle many controversial situations, it was not welcomed by club's officials or coaches, as many of them said it ruins football.