electronic footprint


Related to electronic footprint: Electronic signature, digital footprint

electronic footprint

n
(Computer Science) computing data that identifies a computer that has connected to a particular website
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If gardai arrest an alleged online dealer, then there will be an electronic footprint right on his computer.
He added: "The school is equipped with wireless internet access in all facilities and classrooms, electronic footprint technology, as well as a barcode system for attendance and dismissal," confirming that the new iPad devices are required for students in all academic classes.
The question of what to do with one's ''digital assets'' is as big as America's electronic footprint.
Zbang developed a unique technology of communication connectors that can communicate with any API and convert data into a predefined structure which is fully scalable, small electronic footprint and fully portable.
Every time system users access computerized records, they leave an electronic footprint, or log, on the information systems.
A group of ordinary people are followed as they go 'off grid' in an attempt to become fugitives from a world where it's almost impossible not to leave an electronic footprint.
He said: "These people leave an electronic footprint, which we will follow.
It is that electronic footprint that investigators use to start connecting the dots.
The YUDU Publishing system was designed so that each publication has the lowest possible electronic footprint, whilst maintaining the highest quality viewing experience.
This will expand and widen our electronic footprint within the U.
Vyvx offers a wide range of dedicated and occasional services and its electronic footprint reaches nearly 13,000 online television and radio stations, networks and cable head-ends, as well as more than 100 professional sports venues and all major media centers, movie studios and production facilities.

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