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Scope Creep

A slang term for the gradual extension of the goal or parameters of a project, especially if they are changed by a manager attempting to make himself/herself look good to his/her own managers.
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It may generate false positives in the HAS-Analyzer when we use a low-density feature set. The false positives caused by non-web browsing traffic will be treated after the evaluation.
The new feature set includes per-leg trading parameters, trader-defined dynamic trading levels, ability to manually work hedging orders and two-way Microsoft Excel integration using Real-Time Data (RTD).
Wall: It's actually more demanding than an enterprise because they need almost an equivalent feature set, at a much lower price, much easier to use, with lower service.
An easy-to-use interface gives access to 3Com's IP telephony feature set directly from the conference room, including full access to voice mail, call transfer and internal name directories, as well as the ability to add new participants.
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The UltraController-II feature set supports a variety of embedded functions including logic and data control, device configuration, system management and simple data manipulation.
The new product is the Exabyte Magnum 6x60 LTO tape library which includes the company's Magnum feature set together with improved scalability.
Its rich feature set helps IT professionals automate backup of open files through systemwide volume synchronization, improve application availability and lower operating costs.