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Van Zyl said the increase was unavoidable and not necessarily bad as long as the government does not overcommit itself.
That's primarily because VMware offers a memory overcommit feature that allows greater density and consolidation levels, he said.
very concerned that the service providers and the TSA will overcommit and underdeliver at a high cost to some of our best travelers,'' ATA president and CEO James May says.
In the thick of tax season, however, the outsource firm also may overcommit and be unable to deliver a timely product.
I overcommit myself by accepting more work than I can finish.
The parent may have been careful not to overcommit, but to the child, it may be yet another example of broken trust.
You try to not overcommit on the first pass,'' Anderson said, "and not be too aggressive.
The Dutch were happy to sit patiently, wanting Argentina to overcommit, dealing with a flurry of set-pieces comfortably.
But this is also a time when people can overcommit.
The sceptics were led by the Chancellor, Sir Geoffrey Howe, who wrote to Mrs Thatcher warning of the need "not to overcommit scarce resources to Liverpool".
If you get the first goal, it makes it a bit more tense for them and they can overcommit and you can then pick more holes in them.
We are also very concerned that the service providers and the TSA will overcommit and underdeliver at a high cost to some of our best customers," ATA President and CEO James May wrote in a letter.