The word data is a noun. Data means (1) a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word data.
- Data Processing Service Directory
Browse this data
processing service provider directory for info about data processing services in the United States of America. The illustration on this page depicts a 20th century mainframe computer used for data processing.
- Removable Data Storage
Removable computer data
storage allows you to back up files and easily transport data. Learn more about removable data storage options like removable hard drives and flash memory devices.
- Data Backup
Despite modern technology advances, computers do still fail on occasion. It is wise to backup data
in one or more external locations. Learn more about data storage on this informative website, which includes links to data backup solution providers.
- Automated Data Processing (ADP)
ADP provides software to help businesses with payroll processing, 401K retirement benefits, tax management, human resources, and other such management tasks. The website describes all of its products and provides information for purchasing them. Also on the site is information about the company.
- NetApp Data Storage Solutions
NetApp stands for Network Appliance. It was founded in 1992 and is located in California. The website describes all of NetApp's products, solutions, and services, plus information about the company, news, and events. Also on the site is information for investors, a blog, and information about contacting the sales department.
is a vast database containing information about as many U.S. cities as the compilers could find, and it is constantly updated. Facts about each city include population, housing prices, area codes, birthplaces of famous people, and much more. Also on the site are lists of the 100 best cities and photographs. For each city there are places for people to write in pro or con about the city.
This website contains an alphabetical list of hospital and nursing home profiles. For each, information is given about the numbers of nurses and other personnel, location, hospital affiliations, health care provider participation, and much other useful information. There is also a link to several online reference works on health care.
- Check Point Software Technologies
Check Point Software was founded in 1993 and is located in California and Tel Aviv, Israel. The Company is a leader in corporate firewall, personal firewall, data
security, and VPN markets. There are also components that protect PC's from hackers, spyware, and data
theft. Check Point's customers include all Fortune 100 companies. Users can find out how to purchase the products on the website.
- EDGAR Online
EDGAR is a provider of interactive business and financial data
on global companies to investors and financial professionals. The company has several subscription options: EDGAR access, EDGAR Pro for more in-depth analysis, and I-METRIX which analyzes data
by XBRL (extensive business reporting language). The website provides more information about how to access these programs and more.
GnuPG stands for Gnu Privacy Guard. It is GNU's tool for secure communication and data
storage. It can be used to encrypt data and create digital signatures. GnuPG is free. The website provides detailed information about the program, downloading it, support, installation, new developments, and more.
- Computer Monitors
Monitors are an integral part of a computer system. They display digitally generated data
from a computer onto a CRT (cathode ray tube) or an LCD (liquid crystal display).
CiteSeer is a Scientific Literature Digital Library, hosted by Penn State University School of Information Sciences and Technology. The citations are mostly to articles in computer science and technology. CiteSeer is unique in that it allows searching by algorithm, data, metadata, services, techniques, and software as well as author, title, and subject.
- NASA Earth Observatory
At NASA's Earth Observatory, visitors can monitor regional and global changes on our planet. Here, NASA scientists explore the causes and effects of climatic and environmental change through the use of satellite data.
- Wall Street Journal Online
The online edition of this business and financial news source features market data
and tools as well as more in-depth information and analysis for paid subscribers. The Wall Street Journal is a Dow Jones publication.
- Appliance Factory Parts
Offers replacement parts for hundreds of BBQs and gas grills, charcoal grills, outdoor fireplaces and smokers. This vendor also supplies filters and parts for air quality appliances such as air conditioners, air cleaners, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers. Both homeowners and appliance repair workers will appreciate the website's Help Center as well as the owner manuals, service manuals, and spec data
on this site.
- National Archives
Holds the archival records of the United States federal government. Access census data, works of art, manuscripts, and many other legal and historic documents.
Atlas provides digital media technologies for agencies, advertisers, and publishers. Solutions for agencies include tools for and services to help cut costs of campaign executions and provide data
about customers. For advertisers, there are tools to help market to a larger audience. There are also tools for publishers. The website describes all the products and contact information.
- United States Census Bureau
This site provides data
taken from the Census Bureau statistics. Users can search by topic, such as poverty or state median income, or many other subjects. There is a regional population finder for any city and a population counter that updates every minute. There are also links to news stories, publications of the Bureau, maps, and much more.
Dogpile is a metasearch engine that calls itself all the best search engines piled into one
. One request fetches data
from a number of other search engines. The homepage of Dogpile is very simple with no ads or news, just links to types of search--images, video, news, yellow pages, white pages, and preferences.
- Equifax Business Solutions
Equifax was founded in 1899 as Retail Credit Company. Its main purpose was to provide credit information to businesses. This remains its primary function though it offers other services to individuals, such as credit reports and repair, and to businesses with services such as debt recovery, account management, and data
breach services. There are Equifax locations in 13 countries.
The Globus Alliance is a group of organizations and individuals developing fundamental technologies behind the Grid
to facilitate data
and software sharing. The Globus Toolbox is an open source software toolkit that is used for building grid systems. The website describes both these products in full detail, plus information about the research projects that the Alliance is working on.
Hemscott, a British company, online since 1995, also has offices in the U.S. Its database contains data
on over 15,000 public companies and 230,000 professional profiles in the U.K. and Ireland. Their clients are accounting firms, brokerages, investment banks, research banks, and more. The website provides full information about their services and how to access them.
Founded in 1998 in Great Britain, Ingenta now also has offices in the U.S. IngentaConnect is a collection of over 30,000 publications including more than 10,000 available online. Libraries and research organizations subscribe, and their clients can search for articles on any topic. For libraries, there are also ways of linking Ingenta data
with the library's own online catalogs and resources.
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