is stored in the queue corresponding to type of it.
is divided into ten chapters, the first being a summary of what constitutes open access
literature--namely 'digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions' (p.
While guaranty agencies have actively promoted college access
, they haven't necessarily coordinated efforts.
In the United States, the obligations of consular notification and access
provided for in the Vienna Convention, as well as other bilateral consular treaties, are binding on federal, state, and local governments by virtue of the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution.
Will university students enrolled in a studio art course, who access
the edublog, follow specific links related to their instruction?
DOH and DSHS cultivated this support over a period of more than 15 years, using clinical and programmatic evidence to convince state policymakers of the benefits of improving access
to family planning services.
* Password-protected files: These can be used to protect spreadsheets, for example, from unauthorized access
Despite the assumed alleviation Plan B would have on these unhappy realities, the argument for barring teens from over-the-counter access
to the drug should be closely considered.
* Remote access
. This links a remote user to an organization's network via its server or desktop PCs and provides full network access
from any place with an Internet connection.
When they were first installed, folks could sit in the parking lot if they wanted to get some access
," says Marie Scigliano, the director of technology for the district.
to services is affected when funding agencies use inconsistent and contradictory definitions of who is eligible.
Vernier's EdgeWall security appliance is the industry's only clientless network access
management product that defends against intrusions and attacks on the network by screening users and devices, restricting access
and enforcing access
In addition to the traditional administrative information on employees, payroll information, network access
, and e-mail, pharmaceutical companies retain a large number of records pertaining to their research and development activities: laboratory notebook data from pre-clinical research, case report forms and trial master files from clinical research activities--as well as large databases of raw and surrogate clinical data.
Some consider data auditing part of traditional security measures meant to prevent unauthorized access
to data, such as firewalls or password protection.
While enterprises have implemented access
controls and tighter infrastructure management provisions, such safeguards fall short of protecting the tape media itself.