verb (used with object)
to transfer (software, data, character sets, etc.) from a smaller to a larger computer.
) Compare to copy or transfer (data or a program) from one's own computer into the memory of another computer
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To transfer data or programs from one's own computer or digital device to a server or host computer. Compare
The American Heritage® Science Dictionary
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/uhp'lohd/ To transfer programs or data over a digital communications link from a smaller or peripheral "client" system to a larger or central "host" one.
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010
It takes five minutes to hook up the recorder to laptop and upload the file to one's website.
The form is separated into three easy steps and allows you to browse your computer for the specific image file you wish to upload.
Simply trace your route and upload to your receiver.
Students suddenly became unable to upload the papers that they were expected to share with each other for the following day.
After activating the account and logging in, upload the map you wish to warp.
Images are easy to upload, and you can add video or hyperlinks with the click of a button.
Students on clinical rotations may record data on their mobile devices and upload the information to a central system.
Users can upload items, creating a growing archive of relevant content.
Then there is a files feature where the group can upload any pertinent files related to group activities for everyone to access.
Other services allow individuals to upload their own designs and have them printed.
Even large files can take only seconds to upload if they already exist somewhere on one of these firms' disks.
It enabled people to upload photos of the long lists that were printed on paper and taped to the walls at evacuation centres.
If possible, upload a picture of some or all of the people in the photo as well.
Your profile page includes a place for you to upload photos, write a blog, and the ability to send messages to other users.
To upload your photos you currently have a few choices.
We don't host the images, so upload it somewhere else and submit a link to it.
Second, you need many, many people to use the app and upload their audio.
Advertisers should upload and submit files directly to our ad portal, which provides online preflight and approvals.
They could simply upload the papers to a website and take the publishers out of the process.
When you let people upload and download as many videos as they want, lots of them will take you up on the offer.
In them, you'd pretty much upload yourself to a digital world to do things.
There are places to talk about clouds and upload your own pictures.
Of course, it looks pretty remote so it could take a while for someone to get to somewhere that they could upload a video.
Perhaps it will be possible to upload our brain contents to machines.
With homomorphic encryption, a company could encrypt its entire database of e-mails and upload it to a cloud.
Users may wish to move data from one cloud to another without having to download all their data and then upload it again.
He points out that some people will always be reluctant to upload their location information to a remote server.
Therefore many people ought to be reluctant to upload to these services.
If they are savvy enough, they can then upload it and use it for matching someone later.
Even if you've backed up your data, it's inaccessible until you upload it to a replacement system.
If you capture an unfolding event on camera or mobile phone, upload photos here and videos here.
Readers are solely responsible for the content they post and must register with the site to upload photos or comment on stories.
Anybody anywhere can upload his or her little three-minute movies, and the best ones bubble to the top.