The digital files
taken by Dixon were capable of being sold and, therefore, they constituted "property." It noted the Crimes Act's definition of "document" included an electronic file and if a Microsoft Word document is property, then so are other forms of digital files
Saving your document as a digital file
will be meaningless if you lose your data because of a computer virus.
FolderShare, a free online service provider for digital file
sharing and a unit of ByteTaxi Inc, has been acquired by software giant Microsoft Corp.
This has created consumer digital imaging's "dirty little secret" that industry leaders and few other people want to talk about--the lack of a long-term archiving method for digital file
DSpace stores a checksum for each digital file
it manages, and the system should constantly monitor its asset store for file corruption or other problems.
The free test drive available at http:// www.RE3W.com gives real estate professionals 20 days of unrestricted REFile(TM) digital file
creation and unrestricted access to county data within their target market.
With PKI, the person who sends a document holds a digital file
on his hard drive--also called a private key.
Anyone involved in any aspect of a premedia operation must be able to locate and correct errors in a digital file
as early in the work flow as possible.
Through the process, fine art is scanned and a digital file
In the future, movies will be stored in digital file
servers for on-demand delivery, piped directly into homes anywhere in the world, wirelessly.
For manuals that have been converted to a digital file
format such as PDF, page counts still exist, so per page pricing methodology can be applied.
Available directly from the photographer for $75, each 12-by-48-inch "photorama," Night Trails of Africa, is custom printed from the digital file
(allow up to three weeks for delivery).