Proficient in the use of technology, especially computers.
Origin: This term appears to be a contraction of "high-tech savvy", as in the 1984 use in the title of “A New B-School Mission: Teaching High-Tech Savvy”, Business Week: 170-172, November 19, 1984, ISSN 0007-7135.
The numerical value of tech-savvy in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of tech-savvy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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Our experience has also been that Iranians are tech savvy and have ways of circumventing Iranian government attempts to limit the freedom of information.
This is designed to make the human more effective in combat, we believe that the advantage we have is ... our people; that tech-savvy people who've grown up in the iWorld will kick the crap out of people who grew up in the iWorld under an authoritarian reign.
This is designed to make the human more effective in combat, we believe that the advantage we have is ... our people; that tech-savvy people who’ve grown up in the iWorld will kick the crap out of people who grew up in the iWorld under an authoritarian reign.
I mean, think about how things have changed since 2008, back then, I was the young, tech-savvy candidate of the future. Now I'm yesterday's news and Hillary has got a server in her house. I didn't even know you could have one of those in your house. I am so far behind. Did you know that? I would have gotten one.
Customers are far more likely to have a meaningful connection to your brand when they have an interactive platform available, the younger and more tech-savvy demographic in particular will respond more positively to organic user reviews from their peers than they will respond to a Madison-Avenue-generated television commercial.
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