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siloed

[ sahy-lohd ]
/ ˈsaɪ loʊd /
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adjective
put into or preserved in a silo: siloed corn;siloed nuclear weapons.
(of a group, unit, enterprise, etc.) separated or isolated from others, and typically viewed as not deriving the benefits of interrelationships or collaboration:Research on physical activity remains in siloed fields including medicine, academia, public health, psychology, nutrition, and urban planning.
Computers. relating to or being data in a repository that is inaccessible to other systems, subsystems, or applications: The shifting from siloed data to cloud storage opens up greater possibilities for sharing data across a wide range of stakeholders and researchers.
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Origin of siloed

First recorded in 1880–85; silo + -ed2
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