immediate data

immediate data

[i′mēd·ē·ət ′dad·ə]
(computer science)
Data that appears in an instruction exactly as it is to be processed.
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This enables immediate data transfer without having to sit down and manually type all of the information in.
In other words, this 'person or persons' is effectively the Board and the immediate data processing managers.
Specifically, Brocade, in cooperation with channel partner Falco Networks, provided Denit the Brocade NetIron MLX-4 and MLX-8 routers that met Denit's immediate data centre-connectivity requirements with an upgrade path for future demands.
A new software enhancement for Nova StatStrip[TM] Glucose and StatSensor[TM] Creatinine point-of-care monitoring systems allows off-line entry of POC test results for immediate data capture.
approves system for immediate data passenger checks.
By using a removable SD memory card, the system can be used for unattended sleep studies, as well as immediate data backup.
Double-Take provides protection via data replication to ensure minimal loss and immediate data recovery with a system that continuously captures byte-level changes as they happen and replicates those changes to one or more servers at any location, locally or at a recovery site miles away.
"There is no better way to respond and adapt to your students than to have that kind of immediate data at your fingertips."
Subsequently an immediate data search evaluating the active ingredients indicated that they indeed could have the potential to impact upon the human circulation system as vasodilators.
The solution reportedly provides individual file or complete directory Point-in-Time rollbacks to deliver immediate data reacquisition in full file format.
One department may ask for a quicker response time, require on-line processing, need immediate data retrieval capability, and have an out-of-date software language that requires a costly scarce maintenance resource.
It provides immediate data to spot problems early, intended to prevent crises that could lead to emergency room visits and hospital stays.

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