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shared resource

[′sherd ′rē‚sȯrs]
(computer science)
Peripheral equipment that is simultaneously shared by several users.

shared resource

Sharing a peripheral device (disk, printer, etc.) among several users. For example, a file server and laser printer in a LAN are shared resources. Contrast with shared logic.
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Shared Access This is the term used when neighbouring properties share something, such as part of a driveway, or when flats share a hallway and stairs.
Acrobat also enables simultaneous, shared access to files and will make it much easier for the company to track documents as they progress through the lengthy regulatory review process," said Ehrnstrohm.
It should be noted that the latest commitments made by DT relate to shared access to existing infrastructure rather than local-loop unbundling, which is another problem that the Commission has been trying to resolve in Member States.
We think you can still have mountain biking, cattle and vehicles on the land because when you have these human activities it is easier to manage for the species,'' said Brian Hawthorne, director of Utah Shared Access Alliance, an off-road vehicle group.
The board of directors of the Georgia Society of Association Executives, Atlanta, voted to enter into a strategic partnership agreement with ASAE that will provide for shared access to information and more uniformity in the branding of activities, products, services, and alliances.
In addition Oftel has published the final arrangements for ensuring shared access to local loops.
Most SANs deployed this year will use the shared access model -- shared interconnect and controller resources with disks allocated to a single SAN node.
Simultaneous, shared access to RSMeans estimating data online.
StorNext FS provides high-performance, shared access to centralized disk storage for heterogeneous clients.
In the case of Portugal, the reference offer for shared access does not include tariffs for the service.
High-speed, shared access Storage Area Networks require dedicated connections operating at high performance levels to support the demands of large data transfers.
said: "We are pleased to work with HGC to deliver Hong Kong users award winning automatic and seamless shared access between computers so that business data is available at work, at home, and while travelling -- with MioNet, no file is ever left behind.