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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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It is part of a five-year growth plan for the free-to-air satellite network which aims to strengthen its digital footprint across the Middle East.
And while I realise sharing it publicly is a different matter, every child will have a digital footprint, so it's not like their peers won't be in the same position.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo: Western Union Digital is gaining momentum as the company, today, announced the acceleration of its digital footprint.
In his new role, Miller will partner with the company's digital team to further expand its omni-channel capabilities and maximise its digital footprint. He most recently served as senior vice president and chief information officer and, earlier, he was chief financial officer for the company's US Automotive Parts Group from 2011 until February 2016.
The digital footprint from physician order entry to the Transfusion Service, through the various decision matrices within the blood supply chain, has not progressed as fast as those in other ancillary healthcare support areas (for example, pharmacy).
Bark.com are launching a service to help individuals wipe their digital footprint and delete any potentially damaging information online.
The Bridgeline solution will transform the bank's digital footprint, providing a unique online experience that will drive increased customer engagement across the various products and services.
By comprehending the impact of our digital footprint, this powerful platform can be used to further causes that help improve our society.
Digital footprint. A phrase that describes an ever-present reality didn't even exist until recently.
CredoLab utilizes its proprietary mobile application, CredoApp, to extract a unique digital footprint from a consumer's mobile phone.

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