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Synonyms for cache

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to put or keep out of sight

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a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)

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a secret store of valuables or money

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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

save up as for future use

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Mobile SuperCache - Leverages an HTML5 feature called Local Storage to create a mobile browser cache that is comparable to a desktop cache
InstantLoad provides an abstraction layer that insulates the developer and the application from the complexity of using these different caching capabilities, and uses real-time intelligence to optimize how each element of an application (such as an image or code fragment) are placed in different tiers of a browser cache.
Provides an attachment wiper that wipes out various forms of temporary files, browser cache, downloaded files and pages, cookies, history information, user credentials, and other information possibly recorded by a Web browser during an SSL session.
The program meticulously cleans up system temporary files, temporary Internet files and other browser cache items, as well as history files belonging to third party applications.
Portal session clean up to delete browser cache and all temporary files, such as a spreadsheet downloaded and viewed on a kiosk or other unmanaged endpoint, such as home PCs
The program cleans up system temporary files, temporary Internet files and other browser cache items, as well as history files belonging to third party applications.
Portal session clean up to delete browser cache and all temporary files, such as a presentation downloaded and viewed on a kiosk or other unmanaged endpoint, including home PCs used by teleworkers
Utilizing Permeo Base5's existing security features, an enterprise can apply security policies which scan the end point to ensure compliance with a minimum set of policy parameters, and can also protect sensitive corporate information by preventing users from saving a file locally, printing or screen printing it, or even copying it onto the clipboard, as well as encrypt browser cache and temporary application files.
These history files -- such as browser cache and cookies, Internet and media player histories, chat logs, temporary files and the recycle bin, can be used to gain access to sensitive information.