hyperconnectivity


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hyperconnectivity

(ˌhaɪpəˌkɒnɛkˈtɪvɪtɪ)
n
(Communications & Information) the use of multiple systems and devices to remain constantly connected to social networks and streams of information
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"Hyperconnectivity and the rapid introduction of new technology within OT is providing tangible value, but the added complexity that comes with each continues to outpace the readiness of those tasked with safeguarding today's systems from cyber threats," he added.
Wylie added, "Hyperconnectivity and the rapid introduction of new technology within OT is providing tangible value, but the added complexity that comes with each continues to
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Globalgig orchestrates hyperconnectivity for global enterprise customers using managed communications solutions.
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Currently, a more widely accepted hypothesis is that schizophrenia is accompanied by diffuse impairment of functional connectivity, with circumscribed hyperconnectivity superimposed over hypoconnectivity and with inter- and intra-regional dysfunction coexisting.[5] Moreover, topological alterations of brain networks in schizophrenia are presented as reduced local network connectivity and modular structure.
This hyperconnectivity has allowed what has often been described as ".
WITH the emergence of social media and hyperconnectivity, the youth of today have a much wider range of contacts as compared to their older counterparts.
Specifically, all showed hyperconnectivity of the anterior component of the default mode in the medial orbitofrontal area.