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Filer

A network attached storage (NAS) device. The term was coined by Network Appliance. See NAS and NetApp Filer.
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(Nasdaq:TMIC; TSE:4704), Cupertino, Calif., a leader in network antivirus and Internet content security solutions, has announced that its integrated antivirus solution for Network Appliance storage devices, Trend Micro ServerProtect(R) for Network Appliance(TM) filers, has been launched.
Sun Microsystems Inc has expanded its family of NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliances with two new Sun StorEdge filers - the N8400 and the N8600.
With the implementation of stage 1 last year, EDGAR filers can include "unofficial" PDF (portable document format) files--which require an Adobe Acrobat reader--of any document that is part of the official filing.
Moreover, any Filer challenging a request for tax returns or return information must risk incurring a substantial penalty, since Prop.
Along with the manual and the software, the SEC also provides each filer with four access codes that are referred to and used throughout the manual.
A United States Supreme Court decision will bring some financial relief to personal bankruptcy filers by allowing them to use Chapter 11.
ISLAMABAD -- Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh Wednesday said the distinction of returns filer and no-filer was being abolished in the Federal Budget
Everyone filing their tax returns now is a late filer, but the government decided to include the names of late filers in the ATP as well.
Real estate agent Mohammad Kamran pointed out "it takes only Rs5,000 to change a non-filer's status into a filer," a service which his firm gives to potential buyers, who buy property through it.
This is an easy process which does not require a specific request by the account holder to register him/her as an active filer.
From the new homepage, a filer can navigate to the sign-on page to register or sign on to the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal.
The current definition of accelerated filer as per Rule 12b-2 of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act) applies to an issuer that: