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DEFINITION: In a computer, a file format is the layout of a file in terms of how the data within the file is organized. A program that uses the data in a file must be able to recognize and possibly access data within the file. For example, the program that we call a Web browser is able to process and display a file in the HTML file format so that it appears as a Web page, but it cannot display a file in a format  … 

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Your Guide to Server Virtualization Types
sponsored by Red Hat
EGUIDE: As virtualization begins to play a larger role, trending toward becoming the new norm, it's important that you understand how to move forward. Access this expert e-guide to explore the different types of server memory, virtual machine compatibility, and virtualization file format.
Posted: 03 Feb 2017 | Published: 31 Jan 2017

Red Hat

SAPĀ® Business Data Interchange with SEAL Systems DPF
sponsored by SEAL Systems, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This white discusses the flow of information between SAP modules and how to obtain linked documents from one SAP module to another.
Posted: 01 Sep 2011 | Published: 31 Mar 2011

SEAL Systems, Inc.

Long-term Archiving
sponsored by Storage Magazine
JOURNAL ARTICLE: Tracking regulatory requirements for data retention is tough enough, but restoring data from long-term archives is likely to be even harder.
Posted: 16 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Oct 2006

Storage Magazine
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