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Nerf

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A trademark for a variety of foam rubber toys.
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It was so popular that in 2010 Tech Target acquired it.
Remote code execution, according to (https://searchwindowsserver.techtarget.com/definition/remote-code-execution-RCE) Tech Target , is "the ability an attacker has to access someone else's computing device and make changes" regardless of location.
High tech target Dummy that takes a value of one if the target is in the high-tech industry, and zero otherwise.
Potential investors should also evaluate whether an insurance tech target is adequately prepared to fend off cyberattacks in the future and whether the company has the tools and business plan to remain operational in a climate focused on preparedness.
New fiber optic technology is being developed which is far less susceptible to noise (Tech Target, 2013b).
APC, a global leader in integrated critical power and cooling services, today announced that its Capacity Manager product received a Gold Award as one of the three best capacity and power management products released in 2007, according to Tech Target's SearchDataCenter.com 2007 "Products of the Year" awards.Capacity Manager was chosen from a number of new products submitted for consideration to SearchDataCenter.com in eight categories.
Eric Sockol, CFO of Tech Target, a resource website for technology buyers, said companies need to be comfortable with the investment bank they choose, and with the research analysts for that firm who will be pushing the stock.
Postmasterdirect.com manages the opt-in subscriber lists of its partners, which include CMP CNET, Entrepreneur magazine, Tech Target, intranets.com, BusinessWeek.com and TechRepublic.
A team of six people plan and oversee the festival and profits are invested in creating the following year's festival, Tech Target (https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/Burning-Man) reported.
2004 is turning out to be the year of the investment capital thaw (see, for example, "Tech Target receives $70 million in venture capital financing," NL/NL 6/16/04).
A dummy variable PRIVATE is set equal to 1 if the tech target is privately held, and 0 otherwise.