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Binary Digit (bit)

A binary digit, or bit, is a term used in computer technology or telecommunications to describe the smallest node of data. Bits have a single binary value of 0 or 1 assigned to them and this value is relative to the instructions or value that it represents, which can be either true or false or on and off.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Binary Digit (bit)

SMBs (aside from those in niche industries such as data storage or software systems) rely heavily on their IT in-house staff members or an outsourced service to handle matters relating to computer technology or things concerning data units.

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