(of persons, buildings, etc.) keeping up with the times, as in outlook, information, ideas, appearance, or style.
in accordance with the latest or newest ideas, standards, techniques, styles, etc.; modern.
extending to the present time; current; including the latest information or facts:
an up-to-date report.
a. modern, current, or fashionable:
an up-to-date magazine
the magazine is up to date
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All employees are kept up-to-date on our security and privacy practices.
It was not intended for exacting, up-to-date cross-use.
Also, read up-to-date research conducted by experts in the field.
There's more up-to-date literature that has the same themes.
He said that if they were running up-to-date, patched versions they should not face increased risk.
State laws favor dealers, who often have invested millions of dollars to keep their dealerships up-to-date and well-stocked.
Even if you're not buying or selling a home, it's important to stay up-to-date.
Though there is no up-to-date industry data, some experts estimate that about a third of all funerals are now paid for in advance.
Acquire a detailed and up-to-date road map if you plan to make any longer treks.
In addition, a record of complete and up-to-date vaccinations must be presented.
Patients typically cannot afford basic care, and up-to-date medicine often isn't even available.
Tight firewalls and up-to-date antivirus programs will help keep you safe.
Chances are, the recalcitrant bill reader uses an old-fashioned magnetic scanner rather than the up-to-date optical version.