remote resource

remote resource

A peripheral device, such as a disk, modem or printer, that is available for shared use in the network. Contrast with local resource.
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SUNEX will be applied in the cities of Berlin, Bristol, Doha and Vienna, reflecting different socio-economic and climate characteristics and addressing local and remote resource uses among the full FWE supply chains.
Mr Donofrio, IBM's senior vice-president of technology and manufacturing, added: "This remote resource will give Warwick University access to learning resources and the ability to develop research projects without incurring the cost of acquiring the skills and support structure.
INTEGRATED WIRELESS BROADBAND ROUTER with built-in printer server allows for network remote resource sharing for small to midsized businesses.
Unexplored in this book, but equally important in the Canadian context, are questions regarding the abandonment of public transportation in rural areas, transport access for remote resource communities, the impact of airport facilities on surrounding land uses and traffic, the routing of hazardous materials through built-up and ecologically sensitive regions, and a plethora of related studies.
Because of the time that would be needed to pull complete result sets, these functions are typically performed based on a small initial result set from each remote resource.
Founded in 2004 and based in Woburn, Massachusetts, Orbis Clinical provides life science organisations with single resources or entire teams of on-site or remote resources to be utilised across a range of services.
APIs empower IT developers to monitor and utilize remote resources through specific standards that enable different technologies to work together regardless of disparate platforms or databases--while appearing local to developers.
The innovative distributed system combining WPF and WCF makes it easier for the users to access remote resources and share them in a controlled and efficient way.

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