Top 10 similar words or synonyms for ownership

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ownership

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ဆိုရှယ်လစ်ဝါဒ (က) အကြင်လူ့ဘောင်၏ အသက်မွေးမှုဘဝအတွက် လိုအပ်သော လူသုံးကုန်ပစ္စည်းများကို ထုတ်လုပ်ပေးသည့် ကုန်ထုတ်ကရိယာ အရင်းအနှီးများ (Means of Production) ကို ထိုလူ့ဘောင်က ဘုံပစ္စည်း (Common Ownership) အဖြစ် ပိုင်ဆိုင်နေခြင်း။
စန်ကာကူကျွန်းအငြင်းပွားမှု In May 1971, A report compiled by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency said "The Japanese claim to sovereignty over the Senkakus is strong, and the burden of proof of ownership would seem to fall on the Chinese". The CIA also said in related documents that any dispute between Japan, China and Taiwan over the islands would not have arisen, had it not been for the discovery around 1968 of potential oil reserves on the nearby continental shelf.[70]
မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် Criticism of Microsoft has followed the company's existence because of various aspects of its products and business practices. Ease of use, stability, and security of the company's software are common targets for critics. More recently, Trojan horses and other exploits have plagued numerous users due to faults in the security of Microsoft Windows and other programs. Microsoft is also accused of locking vendors into their products, and not following and complying with existing standards in its software. Total cost of ownership comparisons of Linux as well as OS X to Windows are a continuous point of debate.
မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် In 2004, Microsoft commissioned research firms to do independent studies comparing the total cost of ownership (TCO) of Windows Server 2003 to Linux; the firms concluded that companies found Windows easier to administrate than Linux, thus those using Windows would administrate faster resulting in lower costs for their company (i.e. lower TCO). This spurred a wave of related studies; a study by the Yankee Group concluded that upgrading from one version of Windows Server to another costs a fraction of the switching costs from Windows Server to Linux, although companies surveyed noted the increased security and reliability of Linux servers and concern about being locked into using Microsoft products. Another study, released by the Open Source Development Labs, claimed that the Microsoft studies were "simply outdated and one-sided" and their survey concluded that the TCO of Linux was lower due to Linux administrators managing more servers on average and other reasons.
မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် Microsoft provides IT consulting ("Microsoft Consulting Services") and produces a set of certification programs handled by the Server and Tools division designed to recognize individuals who have a minimal set of proficiencies in a specific role; this includes developers ("Microsoft Certified Solution Developer"), system/network analysts ("Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer"), trainers ("Microsoft Certified Trainers") and administrators ("Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator" and "Microsoft Certified Database Administrator"). Microsoft Press, which publishes books, is also managed by the division. The Online Services Business division handles the online service MSN and the search engine Bing. As of December 2009, the company also possesses an 18% ownership of the cable news channel MSNBC without any editorial control; however, the division develops the channel's website, msnbc.com, in a joint venture with the channel's co-owner, NBC Universal.
မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ် မိုက်ခရိုဆော့ဖ်သည် ၁၉၈၀ ပြည့်နှစ်တွင် ၎င်းတို့၏ Unix ဗားရှင်းအဖြစ် Xenix ကိုထုတ်လုပ်ပြီး ကွန်ပျူတာ လည်ပတ်မှုစနစ် (Operation System) စီးပွားရေးသို့ ဝင်ရောက်လာခဲ့သည်။ However, it was MS-DOS that solidified the company's dominance. After negotiations with Digital Research] failed, IBM awarded a contract to Microsoft in November 1980 to provide a version of the CP/M OS, which was set to be used in the upcoming IBM Personal Computer (IBM PC). For this deal, Microsoft purchased a CP/M clone called 86-DOS from Seattle Computer Products, branding it as MS-DOS, which IBM rebranded to PC DOS. Following the release of the IBM PC in August 1981, Microsoft retained ownership of MS-DOS. Since IBM copyrighted the IBM PC BIOS, other companies had to reverse engineer it in order for non-IBM hardware to run as IBM PC compatibles, but no such restriction applied to the operating systems. Due to various factors, such as MS-DOS's available software selection, Microsoft eventually became the leading PC operating systems vendor. The company expanded into new markets with the release of the "Microsoft Mouse" in 1983, as well as a publishing division named Microsoft Press. Paul Allen resigned from Microsoft in February after developing Hodgkin's disease.