loss of information

loss of information

[′lȯs əv ‚in·fər‚mā·shən]
(electronics)
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Many employees are worried about what the loss of information such as Social Security numbers, birth dates, home addresses and bank account numbers could mean for them.
Typically, businesses have only a vague understanding of the impact of the loss of information assets or the loss of access to their applications.
Most of the 2,500 people said if they lost their phone they would be more concerned at the loss of information and pictures than the cost.
It provides e-mail protection at the gateway, anti-spam and anti-phishing protection, anti-virus that incorporates IntelliTrap technology and flexible content filtering to support regulatory compliance and loss of information.
According to the Overview and Scrutiny Committee's report on January 16, the loss of information through the Housing Management computer system was a 'major issue' affecting rent arrears in 2007.
Specifically, ENM has the potential to inform investigations concerned with the geography, or potential geography, of vectors, hosts, pathogens, or human cases, and it can achieve fine spatial resolution without the loss of information inherent in many other techniques.
The results of this looting include disfigured architectural monuments, vanished aesthetic objects, and an incalculable loss of information about the past.
An anonymous spokesman told the Associated Press that the agency is "not aware of any loss of information.
Factor analysis was employed in this study to determine a more parsimonious model of the MBS by condensing the information contained in the original variables into a smaller set of factors with a minimum loss of information (Hair, Anderson, Tathem, & Black, 1998) resulting in the number of factors being less than the number of original variables.
You get the best of both worlds: you can work in 2D and 3D, and you can switch back and forth between the two with ease and with no loss of information about geometry.
Even a small fire within a data center can result in a significant loss of information," said Kathleen Almand, executive director of FPRF.
The integration of a "responsive website" allows the website to be easily viewed without loss of information on all types of devices, from desktops and laptops, to mobile and tablet devices.