Integrated Data Environment
I think the "Integrated Data Environments" is kinda bogus, as a sharepoint expert I have heard it refered to a a collaboritive enviroment but never and IDE. Anyone framiliar with this term?
- I'm the one that added that meaning. Where I work (US aerospace industry) it's quite common as an acronym (technically abbreviation, actually—no one pronounces it "ide"). I'm familiar with at least three companies that use the term: Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing. The program I work on even has an "integrated data environment" all to itself. If no one else thinks it's a common meaning, I'm happy to get rid of it, but as I say, it's a term I hear on a daily basis. —Ryan McDaniel 02:51, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
intimidate, demoralize, emasculate, subjugate
Do we have any evidence for this para? m.e. 06:46, 13 March 2007 (UTC)