A core competency is fundamental knowledge, ability or expertise in a specific subject area or skill set. Learn about identifying and developing core competencies and models as part of a larger core competency strategy.
A gap analysis is a technique used to assess the differences between the current and desired performance levels of a company's systems or applications, as well as determine how to meet those requirements.
Kiosk mode is specialized function that allows Microsoft Windows to provide a single application for users signing on as guests or generic authorized users while preventing access to other files, data and functionality of the operating system and computer.
The law of diminishing returns is an economic principle that states that as investment in a single goal increases, while all other variables remain constant, the return on investment will eventually decline.
Autoclassification is an intelligent technology found in some content management systems (CMS) wherein documents are scanned and automatically assigned categories and keywords based on the content within the documents.
Network Access Quarantine Control (NAQC) is a Resource Kit tool in Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 that allows administrators to prevent remote client computers from connecting to their network with machines that aren't secure.