executive logging

executive logging

[ig¦zek·yəd·iv ′läg·iŋ]
(computer science)
The automatic bookkeeping of time utilization by programs of the various components of a computer system.
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Advisors must cringe now and then when contemplating an iPad-wielding young executive logging on to an online investment site, opening a new account and e-signing documents while the advisor is working hard the old-fashioned way, his business seemingly falling by the wayside.
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