data availability

data availability

The degree to which data can be instantly accessed. The term is mostly associated with service levels that are set up either by the internal IT organization or that may be guaranteed by a third party datacenter or storage provider.
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With data scattered across the whole enterprise, it is both much more difficult and critical to ensure data availability for everyone in the business.
Data availability then must be a priority for manufacturers.
It is reiterated that cardholder's data availability in black market recently being propagated and published in different reports is totally unreliable.
ISLAMABAD -- Increased water storage capacity of Pakistan cannot solve the problem alone and there must be a focus on improved governance, trans-boundary data availability and more extensive water losses analysis, said an UNESCO official on Wednesday.
Veeam[R] Software, the provider of Intelligent Data Management for the Hyper-Available Enterprise(TM) has announced Veeam Availability for Nutanix AHVTM - a data availability solution for applications and data hosted on the Nutanix AHV Hypervisor, the company said.
Additionally, editors will help authors write summaries and data availability statements, as well as provide webinars, workshops, and other resources for promoting best practices in data management.
It includes 131 countries from all regions of the world and comprises a total of 133 distinct variables, from different sources, and with strict data availability inclusion rules.
One-third of respondents report low levels of satisfaction with their current enterprise data availability strategies.
Although DOSNs can help protect the data privacy, maintaining data availability becomes a big challenge.
Other empirical work also supports the view that data availability promotes reproducibility.
The brief addresses five topics of importance to those working to improve adult college completion: (1) Data availability particular to the returning adult population; (2) Partnerships between employers and higher education institutions; (3) Communications and marketing campaigns to reach and reengage adults with prior college credit; (4) Transfer credits; and (5) Prior learning assessment.