log-off


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log-off

[ˈlɒgˈɒf] N (Comput) → salida f del sistema
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The incident forced the ride-sharing company to review its policy and last year implement an automated log-off period of six hours for drivers who have been on the road for 12 hours straight.
Jasmine Birtles, who runs MoneyMagpie offers some tips: | TRY haggling online - get as far as the checkout, then simply log-off. Some online retailers will then contact you to see why you didn't buy.
When buying online, get as far as the checkout and then simply log-off.
The campaign will cover the sending out of specially-themed Earth Hour messages via Imdd's social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube-including the call to switch off lights on Saturday night (March 29, 2014) at 8:30pm and to also log-off their social media accounts for one hour as well.
McQueen said that as teens' log-off from Facebook, people aged 30 and over were logging-in.
Microsoft popular browser Internet Explorer has had its security breached, and users should log-off until the problem is fixed, Germany's government has warned.
Having worked in more than a few large call centres in Glasgow, I know that staff there also have a log-on/ log-off system to go to the toilet or take a break, and that eating and drinking on the call floor are not allowed there, either.