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Synonyms for erase

Synonyms for erase

remove from memory or existence


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remove by or as if by rubbing or erasing

wipe out digitally or magnetically recorded information

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Through the collaboration, Stone is launching pre-installed data erasure capabilities across its entire hardware portfolio, including its own desktops and laptops, as well as branded products such as Samsung, which it expects to total in excess of 100,000 units by the end of 2010.
In the past Simmons has applied the formal and conceptual strategy of erasure to subject matter derived from sources in popular culture, where an insidious, instructional racist subtext often lurks.
The Srudio Museum in Harlem's Thelma Golden (working with Elizabeth Smith, the MCA's chief curator) chose to focus on Simmons's more recent erasure drawings as well as installations, skywriting projects, and paintings from the past seven years.
Sun uses the data erasure service internally to prepare company assets for reassignment and redeployment.
Key benefits delivered by Sun Data Protection Services, Data Erasure include:
Simplifies the process by providing a single point of contact for all erasure needs
The flaws exist to varying degrees in the majority of commercial erasure applications tested by eTesting Labs, a Ziff Davis company, under contract by Redemtech.
Redemtech uses an automated data erasure system that eliminates human error, automatically verifies successful erasure, and creates an online security log per hard drive for audit purposes.
As a global leader in data erasuresolutions, Blancco is committed to helping organizations secure their data and to meet or exceed regulatory compliance requirements by incorporating best erasure practices as part of an overall data security policy," said Markku Willgren, President of Blancco's US operations.
Despite growing legislative and industry demands, however, many company policies still do not address data erasure of IT assets, leaving them open to costly data breaches in terms of regulatory fines and damaged reputation.