Existence or apparent existence of distributed, interoperable computational objects, agents, or services everywhere at the same time.
"The Internet and World Wide Web have created an ebiquity of knowledge." (anon).
"Agility and ebiquity will be the hallmarks of successfull enterprises in the next decade" (anon.)
"I want to say one word to you. Just one word. Are you listening? ... Ebiquity." (from The graduate, reloaded).
ebiquitous, ebiquitousness, ebiquitarian, ebiquitist, ebiquitariness, ebijibies
Technospeak: e as a prefix for electronic process or service; New Latin: ubquits, from Latin ubque, everywhere : ub, where; see kwo- in Indo-European Roots + -que, and, generalizing particle; see kwe in Indo-European Roots.