digital data


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digital data

[′dij·əd·əl ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that are electromagnetically stored in the form of discrete digits.

digital data

Data in digital form. All data in the computer is in digital form. Contrast with analog data.
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And it is this transmutation--the creation of digital data as a by-product of learning--that is at the very core of an entire series of new and unique challenges which educators have traditionally never had to consider, including ownership, access, privacy, security, monetization of data, citation rights, physical location of data storage, and many others.
Founded in 2004, Get Digital Data is a market leader in CD/DVD encoding software and metadata.
Unfortunately, only about 5% of the world's digital data resides on mainframe computers.
Chapter nine, "The Future: Organizations Involved with the Study of the Preservation of Electronic Records," describes the efforts of the various associations and groups that are engaged in developing read-write digital data format standards.
When digital data is compromised--either lost, stolen, deleted or otherwise manipulated--and can be of evidential value for a potential lawsuit, electronic discovery practices come into play.
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Is it even possible to convert old non-digital data to digital data storage, or is our historical data destined to stay in a non-digital state forever?
E-mail is presently generating about 400 petabytes of digital data per year, making it perhaps the most storage-intensive application.

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