move operation

move operation

[′müv ‚äp·ə‚rā·shən]
(computer science)
An operation in which data is moved from one storage location to another.
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Buyer may continue to operate from the current leased location or move operation to a location of Buyer's choosing.
In a complex move operation, for example if lawyers move from one location to the other-perhaps from the Hong Kong office to the New York office-administrators can move the data associated with their matters, even if the move is to a different WorkSite server.
FOREIGN SHOE MAKERS TO MOVE OPERATION FROM CHINA TO INDONESIA.
In the '70s and '80s the American worker movement experienced incredible hardship when companies began to move operation to the Global South.
After spectacular success with his daily podcasts Jon Gaunt is preparing to move operations to a London studio, expanding his show to three hours.
Labinal Power Systems (LPS) is planning to move operations from its Salisbury, Md.
SCORES of jobs could be lost if a timber firm goes ahead with plans to move operations abroad.
We will move operations overnight and would require the current airport operations to be shut for about six to eight hours.
The company has operated a rock quarry at the mouth of Fish Canyon Falls on the east side of Azusa Rock but wanted to move operations closer to its processing facility near Duarte and Azusa.
Al Zaffin also said that an additional 25 airlines were in talks to move operations to Al Maktoum International, located to the south of Dubai, which will complement the existing Dubai International Airport.
Now after taking advice from an independent panel, health secretary Jeremy Hunt will not take any action and said a full review of the decision to move operations "is not necessary".
Doha based carrier Qatar Airways on Sunday announced that it will move operations at Madrid Barajas International Airport to Terminal 4 (T4) from 16 January 2012.