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bit map

Definition | WhatIs

A bit map (often spelled "bitmap") defines a display space and the color for each pixelor "bit" in the display space.

Wireless Bitmap (WBMP)

Definition | SearchMobileComputing

A Wireless Bitmap (WBMP) is a graphic image format for use when sending Web content to handheld wireless devices.

TIFF (Tag Image File Format)

Definition | WhatIs.com

TIFF (Tag Image File Format) is a common format for exchanging raster graphics (bitmap) images between application programs, including those used for...

XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language)

Definition | SearchWinDevelopment

XAML, Extensible Application Markup Language, is Microsoft's XML-based language for creating a rich GUI, or graphical user interface. XAML supports ...

journaling file system

Definition | SearchSecurity

A journaling file system is a fault-resilient file system in which data integrity is ensured because updates to directories and bitmaps are ...

Expression Graphic Designer

Definition | SearchWinDevelopment

Expression Graphic Designer is Microsoft's new software tool for creating the images that appear in an application's user interface, or UI. The ...

scalable font

Definition | SearchMicroservices

A scalable font is a type font that can be resized (enlarged or reduced)without introducing distortion.

metafile

Definition | WhatIs.com

A metafile is a file containing information that describes or specifies another file.

vector graphics rendering (VML)

Definition | WhatIs.com

Vector graphics rendering, sometimes abbreviated VML, refers to scalable vector graphics (SVG) used in Web pages.

text

Definition | WhatIs.com

In information technology, text is a human-readable sequence of characters and the words they form that can be encoded into computer-readable formats...

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  • risk map (risk heat map)

    A risk map, also known as a risk heat map, is a data visualization tool for communicating specific risks an organization faces.

  • internal audit (IA)

    An internal audit (IA) is an organizational initiative to monitor and analyze its own business operations in order to determine ...

  • pure risk (absolute risk)

    Pure risk, also called absolute risk, is a category of threat that is beyond human control and has only one possible outcome if ...

SearchSecurity

  • FIDO (Fast Identity Online)

    FIDO (Fast ID Online) is a set of technology-agnostic security specifications for strong authentication. FIDO is developed by the...

  • cryptanalysis

    Cryptanalysis is the study of ciphertext, ciphers and cryptosystems with the aim of understanding how they work and finding and ...

  • Trojan horse (computing)

    In computing, a Trojan horse is a program that appears harmless, but is, in fact, malicious.

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SearchDisasterRecovery

  • business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR)

    Business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) are closely related practices that describe an organization's preparation for ...

  • business continuity plan (BCP)

    A business continuity plan (BCP) is a document that consists of the critical information an organization needs to continue ...

  • call tree

    A call tree -- sometimes referred to as a phone tree -- is a telecommunications chain for notifying specific individuals of an ...

SearchStorage

  • wear leveling

    Wear leveling is a process that is designed to extend the life of solid-state storage devices.

  • SSD TRIM

    SSD TRIM is an Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) command that enables an operating system to inform a NAND flash solid-state ...

  • cloud storage service

    A cloud storage service is a business that maintains and manages its customers' data and makes that data accessible over a ...

SearchSolidStateStorage

  • hybrid hard disk drive (HDD)

    A hybrid hard disk drive is an electromechanical spinning hard disk that contains some amount of NAND Flash memory.

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