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digital technology

An umbrella term for computer-based products and solutions. Considering that nearly everything designed and developed these days uses computers, it is a rather vague term. Digital technology may refer to using new algorithms or applications to solve a problem even if computers were used to develop solutions in the past. See computer revolution.
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ori will have even greater access and success in the digital technology industry, says Nanaia Mahuta.
Popularity of the modern environment, have increased pace of innovation and creativity of digital technology applications in academic institutions, information management and business organizations (Rupak et al, 2014, Chimezie, 2012, Ezema, 2013, Radojicic & Jeremic, 2012, Shukla & Poluru, 2012).
That's an enormous market potential to be tapped once digital technology becomes a commercial reality.
The companies whose bailiwick is computers, digital technology, and the Internet tend to take a different view.
IS YOUR ORGANIZATION leading into the future to meet patient needs or sitting on the sidelines figuring digital technology is not an issue?
Apart from this, market participants should take the onus of training and educating radiologists on efficient workflow management to enable them to reap the full benefits of digital technology.
ANTON: There seems to be a consensus that digital technology implies a mutation in art practice.
Canon and Arizona State University have a common vision for the future of digital technology in our everyday lives and within educational institutions," said Ryoichi Bamba, executive vice president and general manager, Canon U.
A clinical study published by the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA) indicated that advanced digital technology from Eastman Kodak Company helped dentists find cavities in 20% more cases than they were able to find with traditional methods, enabling earlier diagnosis and treatment for patients.
is a cutting edge entertainment and digital media group capitalizing on the global convergence of the traditional entertainment industry and the "participatory pop culture" revolution of online communities and digital technology.
This order reflects the growing demand from large retailers for our line of fixed video surveillance solutions," commented Stuart Unger, Director of Sales for Global ePoint's Digital Technology Division.

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