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English definition of “sneakernet”

sneakernet

noun [S]
 
 
/ˈsniːkənet/ informal
IT used to refer to electronic information being moved physically from one computer to another on a CD, disk, etc.: In the days of "sneakernet," the only way to move files from one computer to another was by copying them to a disk and taking them to the recipient.
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