Compert

Compert

A local person who knows how to use computers and is willing to help a small organization with its information technology needs. The compert may be paid or may be a volunteer. The term is an abbreviation of "computer expert" and is most commonly used in the context of small Christian churches and ministries.
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Ballard, C., Compert, C., Jeslonowski, T., Milman, I., Plants, B., Rosen, B., & Smith, H.
"GDPR will be one of the biggest disruptive forces impacting business models across industries and its reach extends far beyond the EU borders," said Cindy Compert, CTO, Data Security & Privacy, IBM Security.
Ballard, C., Compert, C., Jesionowski, T., Milman, I., Plants, B., Rosen, B., ...
The Irish medieval compilers of early legends and stories used type lists that organized and classified the texts by themes: aided (death-tale), aithed (elopement), cath (battle), compert (conception, procreation), fess (feast), forfess (siege, beleaguering), orcain (murdering, slaying), serc (love-tale), tain (cattle-raid) tochmarc (wooing, courting), tochomlad (invasion, setting), togail (attack, destruction), etc.
Compert, `The EU on the World Stage', both in Internationale Politik Transatlantic Edition, 2nd issue, 2002; Irwin Stelzer in The Times (London), 19 Feb 2002, and `Who needs whom?' in Economist, 9 Mar 2002.