electronic data transfer


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electronic data transfer

A generic term for the transmission of files from one computer or computer system to another, without regard to speed, hardware, software, privacy or other details.
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Electronic data transfer. Conventional, CNC, EDM, and wire EDM machining for all types of molds to 2500 lb.
sending data by electronic data transfer directly to production locations on both sides of the Atlantic.
In order to test its use in practical English sheep production conditions and to explore the potential business advantages to producers, Defra is running a pilot project in the North-East, South-West and Midlands to fully test the effectiveness of EID and Electronic Data Transfer (EDT) in a real time working environment.
In exchange for the introduction of modernizing technology such as bar-code scanners and electronic data transfer, which will avoid the need to rekey shipping information, the ILWU has received pension protection for workers and retirees as well as rights to any new technology-related jobs.
Automation elevates test quality by removing manual steps where operator errors often occur, and the electronic data transfer eliminates transposition and calculation errors.
IronSpire, Inc., a leading supplier of Web-based collaboration solutions for the construction industry, has introduced Precision X-DOC(TM), an enhancement to its PrimeSite(TM) project management system that enables online bid management with electronic data transfer into Timberline Estimating.
To improve the completeness and timeliness of STD reporting, MCOs might consider c ollaborating with state health departments to use confidential electronic data transfer systems (8) to transfer STD test results to state health departments.
'Electronic data transfer of for example, client or customer details, is vital to pan-national commercial activity.'
It explains how to set up the electronic data transfer system EDExpress for processing Pell Grant information.
Domestic law must authorize competent authorities in each Member State to search computer and data storage systems within its territory, and to "eavesdrop" on electronic data transfer (called "real-time collection of data") (see Title 5, Articles 20 and 21).
This is not just a business model based on the use of electronic data transfer in place of paper shuffling.
The bottom line is that nurses, and all health providers who use these IT resources, need to understand the issues of confidentiality and privacy in this new digital age of rapid electronic data transfer.

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