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Web Server

Any hardware or software allowing a computer to connect to the Internet. A web server allows one to visit websites, post or share content, and view advertisements.
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Quantitative longitudinal data showing IIS effectiveness was not included in the report.
The Fraunhofer IIS Audio and Multimedia division, based in Erlangen, Germany, has been working in compressed audio technology for more than 20 years and remains a leading innovator of technologies for cutting-edge multimedia systems.
Historically, the primary focus of IIS and immunization programs has been pediatric populations.
The most common data elements not included in IIS were birth order for multiple births only (nine grantees), mother's middle name (eight grantees), and birth country (six grantees).
Anthony Jett, President of IIS Group, stated, "We are very happy to be able to combine the Ring 9 customer base and support team with the IIS organization and client base.
The population of providers currently enrolled in IIS likely does not represent all vaccination providers in the United States.
In 2001, the Technical Working Group of the National Immunization Program established 12 standards regarding the minimum technical functions an IIS should implement (4,5).
IIS specializes in mobile technology, virtual infrastructure, VoIP, security, IT staffing, data center solutions, networking, and hardware and software solutions for organizations both large and small.
children in that age group) participated in an IIS in 2008, compared with 15 million (65%) in 2006 (1).
The software will be integrated with the IIS DocuSphere suite and offered to existing and new users as the DocuSphere Search expansion module.
All 56 grantees were asked to complete the questionnaire; 52 reported on the number of children aged <6 years participating in an IIS.