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Learn more about FedComp's Platinum Data Processor @ www.
And, don't forget the option for facilities management, where the data processor sets up shop right at the credit union where it runs the system.
It is not uncommon for data processors to keep quiet about a breach, or report it significantly after the event.
The Wallmaster measuring data processor is available with push-button or touch screen.
One data processor at the Dundonald site said: "We've been told we're getting even more staff.
The VIRXDR models can see up to 75 feet in total darkness using its 10-bit data processor, 21 LEDs, and day/night image conversion with movable cut filter.
The recommended method is by establishing a Data Processor Contract with them.
Dy 4 Systems of Canada will supply the data processor for the AN/APG- 81 active electronically scanned array radar.
New portable, hand-held colorimeters have compact, lightweight measurement heads that detach from the portable data processor so you can take measurements with just the head, which fits in one hand.
Matthew (pictured in a scene from the show) plays Conrad Lynch who is gay, single,and a data processor at a market research company.
Patterson designed the circuitry for the glove and the data processor.
Phoenix, a direct mail data processor, will continue to operate from its current location with the same name.
Redefinition of the roles performed by service providers such as data processor and data controller to reflect technological realities
Albany, New York, has appointed Michael Hanagan manager of new product/process development, Quentin Ming staff scientist, Christopher Tournour market manager and Carolyn Cole data processor.
Likewise, it's difficult now to look at the first film the Eameses made for IBM - The Information Machine: Creative Man and the Data Processor (1957), in which the narrator intones that computers represent the "culmination of centuries of tools and systems man has developed to process information" - without immediately thinking it's an ad for Big Brother rather than Big Blue.