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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Done or located away from the site, as of a particular activity.

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  • adjective Away from a main location; in a place not owned by a particular organisation.

Etymologies

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off- +‎ site

Examples

  • Getting long-term offsite space is the easiest choice, but that is usually the most costly, and it is like letting cancer go untreated.

    Supply Chain Digest

  • Getting long-term offsite space is the easiest choice, but that is usually the most costly, and it is like letting cancer go untreated.

    Supply Chain Digest

  • I am also interested in the idea of offsite storage (through google, amazon, or someplace else that I trust), particularly to prevent against the disasters where you really lose everything.

    When You Lose a Different Kind of Everything

  • I guess the notion of offsite hosting or mirror sites on webservers outside of Florida has never occurred to anyone at KSC.

    NASA Watch: Internet Policies: August 2006 Archives

  • The Insight Recall offsite data replication service allows mid-market customers to perform frequent backups of critical data and quickly restore this critical data if required.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • After the migration of the Submarino Card to the MasterCard label the offsite sales increased 7 times.

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  • In fact, I'm happy to say that the last time I had issues, when a bad controller brought down 3 drives simultaneously in my 5 disk RAID5 array, having an "offsite" read: USB HD plugged into the back of the server backup saved my ass.

    UFies.org: December 2009 Archives

  • So the alternative would be to consider Google docs to be a kind of offsite storage, which nevertheless is accessed from within the place listed by the warrant and is searchable from there under the scenarios you describe.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Ninth Circuit’s Erroneous Analysis of Computer Searches in United States v. Payton:

  • The declaration that Obama signed late Friday means Health and Human Services chief Kathleen Sebelius to bypass federal rules when opening alternative care sites, such as offsite hospital centers at schools or community centers, if needed.

    Grading Obama on Domestic Policy

  • Here's the promised follow-up to yesterday's post: a list of events taking place "offsite" during the AWP Conference.

    Friday Find: Literary Events Galore

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