block data

block data

[′bläk ‚dad·ə]
(computer science)
A statement in FORTRAN which declares that the program following is a data specification subprogram.
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Europol" criminal intelligence agency, based in the Hague, to block data
Their approach of using application monitoring and security was made very easy because they had created a very advanced environment with a lot of unique places to put in chokeholds, monitor data, block data, do database monitoring.
Enterprise security management software from SPYRUS enables IT administrators to centrally manage and configure Hydra PC ViP antivirus policies to automatically update McAfee virus definition libraries (DATs) upon network or internet connection to the enterprise server, to select the update source from private internal or public network servers and to block data transfers or warn the user if DATs are not updated for a policy-designated period of time.
When evaluating addresses, use info contained in the public domain, as well as census tract and census block data, as these are more accurate than the EZ websites.
Block Layer: includes the block data contained on the storage nodes.
JMR Electronics has given our enterprise customers the required streamlined access to their unified file and block data stores.
The researchers used BLL data collected over four years from 90,000 one-year-old Michigan children to map correlations between BLL and census block data, family history, and other factors to predict who is at risk.
Specifically, the law creates new opportunities for consumers to block data in their credit files that they claim is the result of identity theft, request information from creditors about consumer scores and how such scores can be improved, and obtain free consumer reports.
Nishan's storage over IP architecture is optimized for sustained, high-performance transfer of block data over virtually any distance and supports both Fibre Channel and mainstream IP networking.
In February, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) submitted the final iSCSI specification, the storage and network protocol that enables the transfer of block data over an IP-based network, for ratification and adoption.
Member states would be required to block data from companies whose practices failed this test.
In certain cases, operators can block data traffic when consumption reaches particularly high-levels, thereby avoiding the risk of bad debt.