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Deputy Chief Sandy Jo MacArthur said the LAPD is looking at other cities for guidance on how to make computer operations more efficient.
Buildings with tenants that rely heavily on computer operations and electronic equipment should only consider an online system (as opposed to an off-line system).
It will prove to be quite convenient for users who are not familiar with specialized computer operations but would like to enjoy digital images and videos," said Neil Ghadi, Director of Sales & Marketing at Lead Data USA.
Inside the meeting, about 40 speakers told the commission the layoffs would eliminate important services such as environmental monitoring, computer operations and industrial-customer relations.
The larger building, 388 Greenwich which houses computer operations and is known as the Faulkner Center, has 1.
We could expand our current facility by adding additional data storage hardware, or we could outsource our computer operations.
A power failure emanating from a Jersey City substation halted computer operations in office buildings up and down the Gold Coast today -- but not for tenants of Newport Financial Center in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Although its primary targets continue to be large secondary office users and computer operations, the imposing structure - it occupies the entire block between 26th and 27th Streets between 11th and 12th Avenues - continues to attract virtually every type of warehousing, light industrial and back office tenant.
In running a hospital's computer operations," said Walls, "you can't argue that 'it won't happen here' because if it does, you have to be more than prepared.
Technological features include nine-foot ceiling heights to accommodate raised computer flooring and floor loads adequate to withstand computer operations.
Because ImageRight is focused on the insurance industry and understands our processes, we hit the ground running," said Eric Watt, Computer Operations Manager.
Occupying the entire block between 26th and 27th Streets from 11th to 12th Avenues, the Starrett Lehigh Building, the first industrial facility built with cantilevered construction in New York City, is today home to virtually every type of warehousing, light industrial and back office tenancy, although its primary targets continue to be large secondary office users and computer operations.

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