infosphere


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infosphere

(ˈɪnfəʊˌsfɪə)
n
(Communications & Information) communications electronic communication and networking as a whole
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Contract notice: purchase licenses infosphere datastage parallel version and maintenance for a period of 3 years
When these surges happen, word spreads quickly across the global infosphere, through social media platforms like Reddit, Twitter, and Facebook, creating a tidal wave of people rushing in to buy out of fear of missing out - or 'FOMO' in slang.
Discover how to jumpstart your governance projects by test driving IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog.
In response, they suggested three coexisting information realms: cybersphere, infosphere, and noosphere.
These principles are: (1) Entropy ought not to be caused in the infosphere.
3) The complete formal proof can be found at The Infosphere, last modified 9 February 2015, <http:/theinfosphere.
Arecent shift I have noticed in the infosphere concerns how we find information on people.
Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) said it has announced new direct connection capabilities with IBM's (NYSE: IBM) InfoSphere BigInsights.
As a solution, the IBM InfoSphere Guardium provides the tool that promises to send real-time security alerts whenever major system changes are made.
In the end, DSC decided to work with IBM, and to use its Cognos Business Intelligence and Infosphere as the basis of a new statistical platform, the Smart Statistics System.
But that doesn't mean that people suddenly have the right to burnish their reputations by distorting the record in the infosphere.
How the Infosphere is Reshaping Human Reality (2014), formula una serie de reflexiones en torno de como la vida en linea, onlife, redefine cada vez mas nuestros patrones de relacion social y de vida cotidiana.