The price changed for keeping goods in a store.
Any device that can store data; usually refers to disks, but includes CD-ROM and tape backup units.
the process by which people store in memory information they have acquired from the environment
The cost to store commodities from one delivery month to another, one of the carrying charges associated with futures.
Moving images are stored for the customer in a stable, climate controlled environment conducive to preservation of the moving image.
Term referring to a place for storing, an amount stored, the act of storing or the state of being stored. It especially refers to the safekeeping of goods in a depository (as a warehouse).
A medium designed to hold data, such as a hard disk or CD-ROM .
Your organization provides a stable, climate-controlled environment conducive to preservation of the moving image, where clients may keep materials for later use.
The capability of the computer to keep large amounts of data readily available for processing. Storage is generally on disks or a hard disk.
There are 4 types of storage media for digital cameras: the 3.5-inch floppy disk, the SmartMedia card, the CompactFlash card and Sony's Memory Stick. SmartMedia, CompactFlash and Memory Stick media can store several megabytes of data which can be downloaded by connecting the digital camera to a PC with a serial or USB cable, or by using a special adapter (card reader). Disks are used in Sony Mavica digital cameras.
A method for controlling combined sewer overflows by storing the combined sewage until the rainstorm subsides, then releasing it back into the conveyance system to be treated at the usual treatment plant.
Internal and external storage products including RAID disk storage, tape and tape library storage and other mass media storage devices. Also, Fibre Channel routers, hubs and switches, virtualization, SAN, WAN to SAN interconnect devices.
A charge made on property stored.
( entreposage) Those articles held for safekeeping, to be delivered in the same condition as when received.
Bulk butter should be kept in poly-lined cartons under refrigerated (32 to 38¡F; 0-3¡C) conditions for up to four months or frozen (-10 to -20¡F; -23 to -29¡C) for up to one year. Butter must be stored away from highly aromatic foods and in storage rooms with controlled relative humidity (80-85 percent).
Storage is the safekeeping of gold and silver in a Vault. The metals are stored in a custody account, rather than in a deposit account. This is an important distinction that is made to the underlying nature of the storage arrangement by accounting as well as in law. Therefore, ownership, title and effective possession of the metal is retained by the user and not given to the storage institution, which performs a safekeeping service only.
the act of storing something
the commercial enterprise of storing goods and materials
(computer science) the process of storing information in a computer memory or on a magnetic tape or disk
a low-cost alternative when enterprises need disk backup but don't require the very best performance
a very cost-competitive alternative to tape
Upload space for custom images and other files stored on a third-party server.
AFU strongly advised that all packaging be removed upon receipt. Storage for over 5 months is not advisable. Columns should be stored in an upright position, protected from the environment.
Refers to magnetic or optical media used to store images.
The total size of files stored on a host computer. Most Web sites average between 500 K to 10 Mb's.
See Disk space. top of the page
In each large city there are a storage unit where u can store items you don't use.
This term has dual meaning for water pump systems. Storage can be achieved by pumping water to a storage tank, or storing energy in a battery subsystem.
The generic term for any method of storing information which is not lost when the computer is switched off; the most common types are hard disk CD ROM s, and floppy disk
Computers store information on a variety of devices, some inside the system, and others external to the computer. Typically, data is written to a particular kind of storage medium using a disk drive. Common media include flexible (floppy disk drive), rigid (hard disk drive), tape, or optical (CD).
(14) Typically refers to the amount of space available to store images in a PACS. This storage is now usually in the form of RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Discs) and a combination of tape or DVDs in a jukebox configuration.
Storage is where computers keep your files and data. Storage is usually classified as volatile (example: memory or RAM) or more typically non-volatile (example: hard disk).
At all times after delivery, the cast stone surrounds should be stored off the ground on non-staining planks or pallets. Material should not be stored in the closed shipping crates for more than 2-3 days. Cast stone stored for any extended period of time should be removed from the original packing crates and stored on a non-staining material, and, if outside, cover with non-staining tarpaulins. Allow the material to breathe.
The space allotted to your blog on the server for storing files and pictures.
When it comes to computers, storage specifically refers to devicesâ€”hard drives, optical drives, floppy drivesâ€”that are used to store large amounts of data.
In the context of digital distribution, storage relates to the electronic retention of digital information on a computer or electronic device. Common forms of computer storage are hard drives, floppy disks and CDs.
see Hard Drive.
A device used to store data; such as a disk or tape.
The activity of placing goods into a store or the state of being in store (e.g. a warehouse).
Places to hold data: dongles, DVDs, USB sticks, optical discs, online vaults, external hard drives. Capacity measured in megabytes and gigabytes.
Another term for memory, a hardware device for storing binary data and programs.
A data-holding device, such as a hard disk or CD-ROM.
Data-processing term indicating the volume of name-and-address and attached data that can be stored for future use on a given computer system.
An area where data can be kept. Some storage media includes, floppy disks, CD's and Zip disks.
The volume of water stored in a basin or behind a dam – usually expressed in acre-feet. It differs from capacity, which is the volume of water stored at the emergency spillway elevation.
The function of storing records for future retrieval and use.
A term applied to articles or substances held for safekeeping. If storing of such articles is prohibited by a policy, the policy will be voided if loss consequently occurs, unless the company's permission and consent has been specially granted.