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Access

The ability or authority to view restricted data or enter a restricted area.
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The Active Directory Client Configuration Template has been updated to include new remote computer access options such as new Gateway default port number, proxy server support and DVD playback options.
If people think that changing the mix between printed books and computer access somehow "changes" what libraries are supposed to do, then that conception is both wrong and simplistic.
Computer access plays a big role in all these activities.
8) First, companies should institute computer access controls.
Computer Access involves the provision of an access method to a client whose disability prevents him/her from accessing a computer in the standard way.
This adds a broad portfolio of proven devices to the AbleNet computer access products.
Mary McMahon, the managing director of Dolphin Computer Access North, said: "For many people, computers seem daunting and they simply don't know where to start.
Worldwide Computer Products News-7 April 2010-AbleNet Inc to manufacture and sell Madentec computer access products under exclusive agreement(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The street survey information will go into the city's new ``geographic information'' system that is bringing together disparate data into a digital system, giving city workers computer access to information ranging from the locations of street signs -- being photographed by the street-survey van's cameras -- to property ownership records.
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM -- Computer Access Technology Corporation (CATC), a global communications protocol expert company and leading provider of advanced design verification systems and connectivity tools, today announced the next generation of its industry-leading PCI Express family of products, the PETrainer EML.
Warwick-based national charity AbilityNet aims to shows how simple hardware and software solutions can make computer access more productive and more comfortable for people with all kinds of visual and physical disabilities, including work-related conditions, such as RSI.
Each individual who is disabled needs to be assessed with a variety of computer access methods.

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