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persistent data

Data that remain intact from session to session such as customer and vendor records. Although they may be updated, they are relatively permanent. Persistent data are stored in a database on disk, SSD or magnetic tape. Contrast with transient data. See persistent name.
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Each sector of the Situation System is composed of control, functions and persistent data, and assets local to the sector.
Topics include efficient distribution of virtual machines for cloud computing, the scalability of GPU-based convolution neural networks, information supply patterns for collaborative engineering, and a persistent data storage architecture based on hybrid redundancy schema.
The Steelhead 7050 is the first WAN optimization appliance where the persistent data store is 100% resident on SSDs, minimizing disk access times and latency to allow it to deliver the speed necessary to handle extreme work loads.
In smaller settings, it can be enough to play the role of rhetorical leader, guiding organizational debates back to the vital importance of a persistent data warehouse--managed by you.
While about half of the agencies reported increasing their alternative fuel use by 10 percent and about two-thirds reported reducing petroleum use by 2 percent in 2007, persistent data problems call these results into question.
To solve that need, we're pleased to work with Websense to deliver persistent data protection where policy drives encryption decisions and information access is enforced both inside and outside of the corporate network.
The answer: create a system that is specifically built to handle persistent data in the most efficient way possible.
Editing persistent data out of a programming language therefore requires nearly as much additional effort as the underlying read/select operation.
PartnerLink reportedly solves the problem of standardisation by using ZIP as a standard, lowering the cost and time of implementation and enabling persistent data protection for files whether in storage or transit.
The data classes support persistent data management-data that is stored on backend databases.
But if enterprises were able to keep all persistent data at the data center and still provide LAN-like access to data fur remote office users, corporations would have the best of both worlds--centralized data protection and management combined with high application service levels for their remote users.
SES as part of the real-time infrastructure has the capability to integrate various applications used within contact centers, There are features within SES that facilitate this task, including pre-built real-time data collectors; an open XML interface; a real-time inline memory database; flexible data output with either a messaging approach or publish/subscribe interface; persistent data capability for mobile devices; and an event interface to leverage the power of CTI and workflow software.

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