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e-data

(Electronic-DATA) Data stored and transmitted as binary code. See ASCII.
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meaning that by 2018 customers of SoftShell, IT2Trust, E-Data, Spectrami and
The company said that the new partners -- SoftShell in DACH, CRYPSYS Data Security BV in Benelux, IT2Trust/ePrinus in Poland and the Nordic region, E-Data in Turkey and Spectrami in the Middle East-- are all leading VADs in their regions specialising in cybersecurity.
In 2013, the group became more formalized, calling itself the E-Data Quality Working Group (1).
For example, given the complexity and volume of e-data in today's global economy, prior identification of internal IT specialists with the knowledge, skills and understanding of jurisdiction-specific restrictions regarding how information may be reviewed, transferred or possibly disclosed a cross-border investigation scenario will likely save the company valuable time and money.
The plan also includes launching an e manual on doing business in Oman, announcing the World Economic Forum Export, organizing Oman Competiveness Forum, unveiling the Economic Freedom in the Arab World report and launching a standard e-data base for 'Ithraa'.
Dr Redha highlighted that there are several options available for hospitals to look into e-health and e-data storage and management and that the DHA is keen to support them in this endeavor.-TradeArabia News Service
The work on the projects including e-complaints and e-data base is underway and it would be launched soon making Islamabad police as a distinct force.
"This case highlights the reasonableness of litigants incurring costs to use computer-assisted review or predictive coding technology as a means of minimizing the overall costs incurred in responding to discovery," says Stephanie "Tess" Blair, leader of the e-data practice at Morgan Lewis.
A scientific conference about security of electronic exchanges and e-data is also scheduled for next May 29-30.
Customs and Border Protection has been a leader with its development of new systems for trade data-sharing and document-imaging that will help the supply chain to deliver required documents electronically and promote the managed interoperability of Customs-collected e-data among participating government agencies.
Swiss security specialist Kaba (SWF:KABN) said on Friday it had agreed to take over web-based appliance solutions provider e-Data as of 31 May for an undisclosed amount.