informate

informate

To dispense information, as coined by Harvard Professor Shoshana Zuboff.
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Informate the enterprise: An agenda for the twenty-first century.
This is the key finding of a monthly report from Informate Mobile Intelligence that tracks and measures consumer use of smartphones in 12 countries.
Hydratight software solutions also include the client-side specialised software, Informate, for critical bolting calculations.
According to a recent study by mobile research firm Informate time spent by users on mobile phone gaming is around 7.
Vnde bonum et malum in actibus humanis consideratur secundum quod actus concordat rationi informate lege diuina, vel naturaliter, uel per doctrinam, uel per infusionem: unde et Dionisius dicit IV cap.
These strategies are commonly known as automate, informate (down/up), and transformate strategies (Scott-Morton, 1991; Schein, 1992).
The bilingual English/Spanish event is called Informate, Preparate, Educate para el Colegio, or Inform Yourself, Prepare Yourself, Educate Yourself for College.
She contends that computer systems have the potential both to automate and informate.
7 hours a day on their smart phones -- more than their counterparts in at least 11 countries around the world -- according to a new monthly report from Informate Mobile Intelligence that tracks and measures consumer use of smartphones in 12 countries.
In ultima perioada, expertii au constatat lipsa de interes a femeilor europene pentru politica, iar o mare parte dintre acestea se declara mai putin informate si interesate de Uniunea Europeana si politica si au o imagine mai proasta despre Uniune decat barbatii.
The bilingual English/Spanish event is called Informate, Preparate, Educate para el colegio, or, Inform yourself, Prepare yourself, Educate yourself for college.
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