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repurpose

To change the media format; for example, to go from print to online.

Repurpose

Using a structure for a purpose other than for what it was originally intended.
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The new platform accommodates a broader range of interactive content and features automated online distribution functionality, improved tracking and reporting and powerful tools to repurpose existing digital assets into dynamic marketing presentations.
25,000 to Repurpose America, which will take signs and other materials from the 2012 CES to repurpose as new sun shade structures at two local community centers in Las Vegas.
At Repurpose we are always working to produce the highest performing, highest quality food service products that also help consumers lower their impact on the environment," said Lauren Gropper, Chief Executive Officer of Repurpose Compostables.
LAS VEGAS -- The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)([R]), owner and producer of the International CES, today announced a total of $75,000 in donations to Green Chips and Repurpose AMERICA, local Las Vegas nonprofit organizations advancing clean energy and minimizing waste.
The VDI Blaster software suite was launched in August 2009 to help users repurpose PCs into thin clients, extending the useful life of PCs while testing virtual desktop environments.
develops highly efficient and easy-to-use 3D CAD data exchange software to seamlessly repurpose engineering and manufacturing data in multi-CAD environments.
Demand for Automated Publishing Skyrockets as Publishers Repurpose Content
FVS has the capacity to manage, and repurpose, existing corporate collateral; this is clearly demonstrated with specific examples on this disc.
By using our MetaGrove for InCopy plug-in, in conjunction with our new MetaGrove for K4 plug-in, the multimedia company can now easily repurpose digital access by searching on any of the thousands of keywords in their taxonomy.
The first, an extension to the HBA driver, lets data centers repurpose servers without changing SAN configuration.
Cost Savings - A versatile, consistent environment and the capacity to efficiently manage and repurpose information make the service extremely cost effective.
With Content@, organizations reuse and repurpose their content to optimize their publication processes, reduce production costs, and shorten time to publish - while increasing the quality, timeliness, and accuracy of multilingual content.