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  • application platform as a service (aPaaS) - Application platform as a service (aPaaS) is a cloud service that provides environments for the development and running of applications.
  • application portfolio management - Application portfolio management (APM) is a framework for managing enterprise IT software applications and software-based services.
  • application portfolio management (APM) - Application portfolio management (APM) is a framework for managing enterprise IT software applications and software-based services.
  • application program interface - An application program interface (API) is code that allows two software programs to communicate with each other.
  • application program interface (API) - An application program interface (API) is code that allows two software programs to communicate with each other.
  • application programming interface - An application program interface (API) is code that allows two software programs to communicate with each other.
  • application rationalization (AR) - Application rationalization is the process of identifying which business applications should be kept, replaced, retired or consolidated across an organization to improve business operations.
  • application release automation (ARA) - Application release automation (ARA) is a process that packages and deploys an application, or application updates, through the stages of development to production automatically.
  • application sandboxing - Application sandboxing, also called application containerization, is an approach to software development and mobile application management (MAM) that limits the environments in which certain code can execute.
  • application security - Application security is the use of software, hardware, and procedural methods to protect applications from external threats.
  • application server - An application server is a server program in a computer in a distributed network that provides the business logic for an application program.
  • application service provider - An application service provider (ASP) is a company that offers individuals or enterprises access to applications and related services over the internet.
  • application service provider (ASP) - An application service provider (ASP) is a company that offers individuals or enterprises access to applications and related services over the internet.
  • application services - Web services are a type of internet software that use standardized messaging protocols and are made available from an application service provider’s web server for use by a client or other web-based programs.
  • application specific integrated circuit - An ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) is a microchip designed for a special application, such as a particular kind of transmission protocol or a hand-held computer.
  • application specific standard product - In computers, an ASSP (application-specific standard product) is a semiconductor device integrated circuit (IC) product that is dedicated to a specific application market and sold to more than one user (and thus, "standard").
  • application streaming - Application streaming is an on-demand software delivery model that takes advantage of the fact that most applications require only a small fraction of their total program code to run.
  • application support engineer (ASE) - An application support engineer (ASE) is an IT professional who provides technical support for the range of software their employer uses.
  • application transformation - Application transformation is a process that aims to assess, modernize and manage applications in an enterprise organization.
  • application virtualization - App virtualization (application virtualization) is the separation of an installation of an application from the client computer that is accessing it.
  • application whitelisting - Application whitelisting is the practice of specifying an index of approved software applications or executable files that are permitted to be present and active on a computer system.
  • application-aware networking (app-ware networking) - Application-aware networking is the capacity of an intelligent network to maintain current information about applications that connect to it and, as a result, optimize their functioning as well as that of other applications or systems that they control.
  • application-aware storage - Application-aware storage is a storage system with built-in intelligence about relevant applications and their utilization patterns.
  • application-specific integrated circuit - An ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) is a microchip designed for a special application, such as a particular kind of transmission protocol or a hand-held computer.
  • application-specific standard product - In computers, an ASSP (application-specific standard product) is a semiconductor device integrated circuit (IC) product that is dedicated to a specific application market and sold to more than one user (and thus, "standard").
  • APPN - Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN), part of IBM's Systems Network Architecture (SNA), is a group of protocols for setting up or configuring program-to-program communication within an IBM SNA network.
  • Appreciative inquiry - Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a change management approach that focuses on identifying what is working well, analyzing why it is working well and then doing more of it.
  • Appreciative inquiry (AI) - Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a change management approach that focuses on identifying what is working well, analyzing why it is working well and then doing more of it.
  • approximate equality - Approximate equality is a concept used primarily in physics and engineering, and also occasionally in mathematics.
  • AppX file - AppX is the application distribution file format that was introduced with Microsoft Windows 8.
  • apronym - An acronym (pronounced AK-ruh-nihm, from Greek acro- in the sense of extreme or tip and onyma or name) is an abbreviation of several words in such a way that the abbreviation itself forms a word.
  • APS - Advanced planning and scheduling (APS) is a type of system that tracks costs based on the activities that are responsible for driving costs in the production of manufactured goods.
  • APT - An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a prolonged and targeted cyber attack in which an intruder gains access to a network and remains undetected for an extended period of time.
  • aquaculture - Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic animals or plants, including breeding, raising and harvesting in all types of water environments in controlled conditions.
  • AR - Augmented reality (AR) is the integration of digital information with live video or the user's environment in real time.
  • AR-to-GL reconciliation - AR-to-GL (accounts-receivable-to-general-ledger) reconciliation is a process commonly used to balance accounts in bookkeeping, particularly within an Oracle relational database.
  • Archie - Archie is a program that allows you to search the files of all the Internet FTP servers that offer anonymous FTP.
  • architectural modeling - 3-D printing is a manufacturing process that builds layers to create a three-dimensional solid object from a digital model.
  • archival - An archive is a collection of data moved to a repository for long-term retention, to keep separate for compliance reasons or for moving off primary storage media.
  • archival data - Fixed data (sometimes referred to as permanent data) is data that is not, under normal circumstances, subject to change.
  • archive - An archive is a collection of data moved to a repository for long-term retention, to keep separate for compliance reasons or for moving off primary storage media.
  • archiving - An archive is a collection of data moved to a repository for long-term retention, to keep separate for compliance reasons or for moving off primary storage media.
  • ARCNET - ARCNET is a widely-installed local area network (LAN) technology that uses a token-bus scheme for managing line sharing among the workstations and other devices connected on the LAN.
  • ARCore - ARCore (Google ARCore) is a development platform for building augmented reality apps (AR apps) for Android mobile devices.
  • Arcserve UDP (Arcserve Unified Data Protection) - Arcserve Unified Data Protection is a data backup and recovery software product.
  • area - Area (symbolized A) is a two-dimensional quantity representing amount or extent of surface.
  • area (A) - Area (symbolized A) is a two-dimensional quantity representing amount or extent of surface.
  • areal density - Areal density measures the amount of data that can be stored on a given amount of physical space on a disk drive.
  • AribaPay - AribaPay is a system for electronic payments for goods and services on the SAP Ariba Network, a global business trading community.
  • ARIN - The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is the nonprofit corporation responsible for managing Internet number resources (IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and Autonomous System Numbers) for Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands and the United States.
  • Arista Extensible Operating System (Arista EOS) - Extensible Operating System (EOS) is a scalable network operating system (OS) that offers high availability, streamlines maintenance processes, and enhances network security.
  • arithmetic logic unit - An arithmetic-logic unit (ALU) is the part of a computer processor (CPU) that carries out arithmetic and logic operations on the operands in computer instruction words.
  • arithmetic mean - The arithmetic mean, also called the average or average value, is the quantity obtained by summing two or more numbers or variables and then dividing by the number of numbers or variables.
  • arithmetic-logic unit - An arithmetic-logic unit (ALU) is the part of a computer processor (CPU) that carries out arithmetic and logic operations on the operands in computer instruction words.
  • arithmetic-logic unit (ALU) - An arithmetic-logic unit (ALU) is the part of a central processing unit (CPU) that carries out arithmetic and logic operations on the operands in computer instruction words.
  • ARKit - ARKit (Apple ARKit) is Apple’s augmented reality (AR) development platform for iOS mobile devices.
  • ARM processor - An ARM processor is any of several 32-bit RISC (reduced instruction set computer) microprocessors developed by Advanced RISC Machines, Ltd.
  • ARM server - An advanced RISC machine (ARM) server is an enterprise-class computer server that employs a large array of ARM processors rather than a complement of x86-class processors.
  • Army Knowledge Online - Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is the United States Army intranet.
  • Army Knowledge Online (AKO) - Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is the United States Army intranet.
  • ARP - Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is a procedure for mapping a dynamic Internet Protocol address (IP address) to a permanent physical machine address in a local area network (LAN).
  • ARPANET - The U.S.
  • ARRA - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) is an economic stimulus bill created to help the United States economy recover from an economic downturn that began in late 2007.
  • ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) - The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) is an economic stimulus bill created to help the United States economy recover from an economic downturn that began in late 2007.
  • array-based replication - Array-based replication applies the functionality of data replication across one or more storage controllers, which eliminates the processing overhead from servers and makes it easier to copy large amounts of data.
  • article - An article is a word used before a noun that indicates whether or not the reference is to a specific entity or an unspecific one.
  • artifact (software development) - An artifact, in software development, is work that has been documented and stored in a repository so it can be retrieved upon demand.
  • artificial general intelligence (AGI) - Artificial general intelligence (AGI) is the representation of generalized human cognitive abilities in software so that, faced with an unfamiliar task, the AI system could find a solution.
  • artificial ignorance - Artificial ignorance is the artificial intelligence (AI) development practice of ignoring insignificant data in order to focus more attention to important information that might be valuable.
  • artificial intellect - An artificial intellect (or "artilect"), according to Dr.
  • artificial intellect (artilect) - An artificial intellect (or "artilect"), according to Dr.
  • artificial intelligence - Artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems.
  • Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS) - Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS) is the third party offering of artificial intelligence (AI) outsourcing.
  • artificial intelligence in marketing - Artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing is the process of utilizing data models, mathematics and algorithms to generate insights that can be used by marketers.
  • Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) - The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) is the combination of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies with the Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure to achieve more efficient IoT operations, improve human-machine interactions and enhance data management and analytics.
  • artificial neuron - An artificial neuron is a connection point in an artificial neural network.
  • artificial passenger - An artificial passenger (AP) is a device that would be used in a motor vehicle to make sure that the driver stays awake.
  • artificial passenger (AP) - An artificial passenger (AP) is a device that would be used in a motor vehicle to make sure that the driver stays awake.
  • artificial personality (AP) - An artificial personality (AP) is a collection of characteristics, tendencies and behavioral quirks assigned to a chatbot, digital assistant, robot or video game character.
  • artificial superintelligence (ASI) - Artificial superintelligence (ASI) is software-based intellectual powers that surpass human ability across almost all conceivable categories and fields of endeavor.
  • artificially-intelligent attorney (AI attorney) - An artificially-intelligent attorney is a legal expert system that applies AI technologies to replicate and improve upon the abilities of a human legal research assistant.
  • artilect - An artificial intellect (or "artilect"), according to Dr.
  • Aruba's Mobile Virtual Enterprise - Aruba’s Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) is a network architecture that provides a unified process for wired, wireless and remote access for users on both company-owned and employee-owned devices.
  • Aruba's Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) - Aruba’s Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) is a network architecture that provides a unified process for wired, wireless and remote access for users on both company-owned and employee-owned devices.
  • AS - An autonomous system (AS) in networking is a collection of one or more associated Internet Protocol (IP) prefixes with a clearly defined routing policy that governs how the AS exchanges routing information with other autonomous systems.
  • AS/400 - The AS/400 - formally renamed the 'eServer iSeries/400,' but still commonly known as AS/400 - is a middle-size server designed for small businesses and departments in large enterprises and now redesigned so that it will work well in distributed networks.
  • AS/400 (IBM iSeries, AS/400e, eServer iSeries/400) - The AS/400 - formally renamed the 'eServer iSeries/400,' but still commonly known as AS/400 - is a middle-size server designed for small businesses and departments in large enterprises and now redesigned so that it will work well in distributed networks.
  • AS/400 Cheat Sheets - A collection of AS/400 cheat sheets with information about AS/400 and iSeries topics.
  • AS/400e - The AS/400 - formally renamed the 'eServer iSeries/400,' but still commonly known as AS/400 - is a middle-size server designed for small businesses and departments in large enterprises and now redesigned so that it will work well in distributed networks.
  • AS1 - AS1 (Applicability Statement is a specification for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) communications between businesses using e-mail protocols.
  • AS1 (Applicability Statement 1) - AS1 (Applicability Statement is a specification for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) communications between businesses using e-mail protocols.
  • AS400 - The AS/400 - formally renamed the 'eServer iSeries/400,' but still commonly known as AS/400 - is a middle-size server designed for small businesses and departments in large enterprises and now redesigned so that it will work well in distributed networks.
  • AS400e - The AS/400 - formally renamed the 'eServer iSeries/400,' but still commonly known as AS/400 - is a middle-size server designed for small businesses and departments in large enterprises and now redesigned so that it will work well in distributed networks.
  • ASAP, ALAP and ATAP - ASAP, ATAP and ALAP are acronyms that stand for, respectively, as soon as possible, as timely as possible and as late as possible.
  • ASC X9 - ASC X9, Inc.
  • ASCII - ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is the most common format for text files in computers and on the Internet.
  • ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) - ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is the most common character encoding format for text data in computers and on the internet.
  • ASCII symbols - Cheat sheet quick look-up for ASCII symbols.
  • ASD - Agile software development -- also referred to simply as Agile -- is a type of development methodology that anticipates the need for flexibility and applies a level of pragmatism to the delivery of the finished product.
  • ASE - Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) is a relational database management system (RDBMS) from Sybase, Inc.
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