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- noun uncountable The characteristic of being
- noun countable The extent to which something is securable; especially the ability of a system to provide different levels of secure access
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Tribal Knowledge in Software Engineering - In software engineering we often talk of various ilities such as maintainability, securability, or scalability.
"They have to be refreshed because they don't run Windows 7, don't have the same level of securability and manageability, and it costs more to maintain them than replace them," he said.
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