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workspace

[′wərk‚spās]
(computer science)
In a string processing language, the portion of computer memory that contains the string currently being processed.
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Document Workspace, a new gDoc Inspired product from Global Graphics Software, makes it possible bring your content into a single space where you can work on it and collaborate with others.
NYSE: IMN), a global scalable storage and data security company, today announced that it will be demonstrating IronKey[TM] Workspace W500 during the RSA Conference 2013 at Imation's booth #2425.
According to the company, BT Workspace is an easy-to-use web-based system that helps groups of people share information and manage projects.
LiquidSpace opens up an entirely new network of workspaces for people to choose the location and environment that matches the diversity of their tasks at hand.
Through this unique capability Workspace Services enables partners and customer to host their mobile workspaces on the infrastructure cloud or datacenter of their choice.
Office Live Workspace is now available worldwide in English.
Former United States Commerce Secretary Paul O'Neill, when he was CEO of Alcoa, insisted that the company experiment with a prototype workspace before moving to an open-plan environment, he volunteered to use it and regularly updated employees on his experience.
The whitepaper outlines the opportunities, use cases, and key considerations for deploying security-enhanced mobile workspaces.
Dropbox and Google Drive files can be accessed and included in your workspaces
As a pioneer in USB-based security-enhanced mobile workspaces for Windows, Imation also today released a "Blueprint to Secure Mobile Workspaces" whitepaper to aid IT pros and others within organizations considering USB-based mobile workspaces.