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remote

at a distance.

remote cause
predisposing cause.
remote sensing
perceiving or measuring change in physical or chemical parameters from a distance.
remote treatment
see injection collar.
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However, many products claiming "central control," in fact, require Administrators to set policy through a unique connection to each remote node whenever business requirements change.
Remote Office is part of Nortel Networks strategy to deliver Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions to companies regardless of worker locations - headquarters, branch or home offices - while maintaining voice quality and reliability.
There is a fundamental profundity concerning remote access to library resources that can be easily forgotten in the whirl of digital library development--i.
The problem is that remote users can't access their files over low bandwidth, high-latency wide area networks (WANs).
Local and Remote Synchronous Data Mirroring and Failover
With tape pipelining, the remote tape backup system appears local to the server and is able to sustain high performance over thousands of miles.
In a disaster, the most common and trustworthy facility for business resumption is the utilization of remote copy (also referred to as remote data mirroring).