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multi-user

(of a computer) capable of being used by several people at once
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Business DataShare allows businesses to access mobile data among multiple users over range of devices including smartphones, tablets and laptops.
A spokesperson for NEC said that the new LT projectors are perfect for people who need to give presentations while on the road and allow for a smooth transition between different presentations thanks to the multiple user capability.
All fiber optic network documentation including fiber route maps, distribution panel graphics, OTDR traces, and PMD and CD measurements can be easily retrieved, cross-referenced, and shared among multiple users.
management tool includes new features such as fully customisable workflows, multiple user assignments, enhanced email notifications, increased custom field support and an improved licensing model.
There are groupware programs that allow multiple users to work on a project from their respective locations in the company.
An upgrade of the best-selling PIM package on the market today, the bundle is designed for both single or multiple users, and its estimated street price of just $89.
The patent covers remote access of network-enabled devices with seamless, firewall-compliant connectivity between multiple users and multiple devices.
A collaboration feature allows multiple users to insert comments or approvals during document creation.
Subscription access is available in various packages, including $75 for a single user for one-day access, or $750 for multiple users for one month.
As businesses implement a data platform to support both internal and external access to enterprise data, the need for multiple users increases.
Some examples of the benefits gained by using a CD network include: client workstation installation from a network-attached CD server; software distribution; computer-based training to multiple users simultaneously; and the storage of documents where required by law.
For a product-development setting involving multiple users, the I-DEAS Master Series also permits what the company claims is a unique degree of associativity: the system accommodates multiple users engaged in different aspects of the design-to-manufacturing process, even to the point where one user can begin the analysis functions while refinements continue at the design level.

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