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virtual

(vĭr′choo-ăl) [L. virtualis, (being) in essence or effect]
1. Having actual authority or real power without official acknowledgement or title.
2. In computer technology, made, conducted, or simulated by software on a computer, computer network, or online.
virtuality (vĭr″choo-al′ĭt-ē) virtually (-ă-lē)
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As you can see, by just only considering how virtual reality can impact the animal world, a massive amount of opportunities can come to light for the agricultural sector, and related animal testing and fauna related educational sector.
Virtual Latinos was established in 2018 for North American businesses looking to hire affordable skilled virtual assistants and virtual marketing professionals that work remotely from Latin American nations, are fluent in the English language, and are in North American time zones.
Cryptocurrency is a type of virtual currency that uses cryptography - a method of storing and transmitting data in unreadable form so that only the intended receivers can read and process it.
'The public is, therefore, advised to exercise caution regarding the acquisition, possession, trading of virtual currencies or dealing with virtual currency-related offers,' it added.
Securities firms are also enhancing their control over employees by regulating that they should refrain from recommending virtual currencies trading.
District Court, Northern District of California, authorized issuance of IRS John Doe Summons on Coinbase, Inc., a virtual currency exchange.
As Bitcoin and other forms of virtual currency continue to expand their reach across the sharing economy, businesses, regulators, and consumers will need to navigate new challenges.
Currently, studies on virtual machine clusters containing multiple virtual machine resources rather than single virtual machine resources have attracted considerable attention [12-14].
Proponents argue that virtual schools can, ironically, provide a more personalized education.
IRI's Research-on-Research working group on virtual teams is exploring the best practices that differentiate successful virtual teams, including hybrid virtual teams, from ineffective virtual teams.
The new virtual-to-physical recovery capability allows administrators to restore virtual images onto physical systems, which means physical systems can be converted, protected, replicated and recovered on virtual systems with the ability to recover the images back to physical systems.
AaExpand Networks www.expand.com, the leader in optimizing WANs for branch office consolidation and virtualization, has taken another significant step in its virtualized product strategy with the launch of ExpandView Virtual. ExpandView is a fully featured centralized management system that overcomes the challenges associated with large scale deployment, configuration, proactive reporting and alerting across its range of physical and virtual Accelerator devices, and within physical or virtual environments.