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DEFINITION: TIFF (Tag Image File Format) is a common format for exchanging raster graphics (bitmap) images between application programs, including those used for scanner images. A TIFF file can be identified as a file with a ".tiff" or ".tif" file name suffix. The TIFF format was developed in 1986 by an industry committee chaired by the Aldus Corporation (now part of Adobe Software). Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard  … 
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Medical image archiving: How to ensure availability
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VIDEO: Image availability is crucial to ensuring quality patient care. And organizations adopting VNA repositories must be careful that their approach efficiently accounts for image availability. This resource demonstrates how and why medical images are exposed to risk, as well as how health care providers can protect against them.
Posted: 18 Feb 2013 | Premiered: 18 Feb 2013

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Dirk Hohndel on Intel and the Linux Foundation
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VIDEO: In this video, Dirk Hohndel, Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist at Intel, discusses the importance of standards organizations like the Linux Foundation as well as thought on the future of Open Source at Intel.
Posted: 01 Nov 2010 | Premiered: 01 Nov 2010

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How to RightScale-Enable Your Images
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WEBCAST: Learn how you can RightScale-enable your machine images, whether you are required to build your own machine images to comply with corporate governance and security policies; are installing software that requires significant user input to configure; or want to preserve existing investments you've made building virtual or cloud images.
Posted: 10 Aug 2010 | Premiered: Aug 10, 2010

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IBM Rational Build Forge Demos
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PRODUCT DEMO: Learn more about Rational Build Forge and how it can help you to automate, streamline and standardize your software assembly processes.
Posted: 17 Mar 2010 | Premiered: 17 Mar 2010

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TAG IMAGE FILE FORMAT DEFINITION (continued): … TIFF (Tag Image File Format) is a common format for exchanging raster graphics (bitmap) images between application programs, including those used for scanner images. A TIFF file can be identified as a file with a ".tiff" or ".tif" file name suffix. The TIFF format was developed in 1986 by an industry committee chaired by the Aldus Corporation (now part of Adobe Software). Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard were among the contributors to the format. One of the most common graphic image formats, TIFF files are commonly used in desktop publishing, faxing, 3-D applications, and medical imaging applications. TIFF files can be in any of several classes, including gray scale, color palette, or RGB full color, and can include files with JPEG, LZW, or CCITT Group 4 standard run-length image compression.
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