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  • DVD Forum - The DVD Forum is an international organization made up of companies using or manufacturing digital versatile disc (DVD)-related products.
  • DVD-A - DVD-Audio (DVD-A) is a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format, developed by Panasonic, that is specifically designed to hold audio data, and particularly, high-quality music.
  • DVD-Audio - DVD-Audio (DVD-A) is a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format, developed by Panasonic, that is specifically designed to hold audio data, and particularly, high-quality music.
  • DVD-Audio (DVD-A) - DVD-Audio (DVD-A) is a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format, developed by Panasonic, that is specifically designed to hold audio data, and particularly, high-quality music.
  • DVD-AudioV - DVD-Audio (DVD-A) is a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) format, developed by Panasonic, that is specifically designed to hold audio data, and particularly, high-quality music.
  • DVD-RAM - DVD-RAM is a DVD(optical disc) technology for high-capacity data storage for computers.
  • DVI - DVI (Digital Visual Interface) is a specification created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to accommodate analog and digital monitors with a single connector.
  • DVI (Digital Visual Interface) - DVI (Digital Visual Interface) is a specification created by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to accommodate analog and digital monitors with a single connector.
  • DVMRP - DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol) is the oldest routing protocol that has been used to support multicast data transmission over networks.
  • DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol) - DVMRP (Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol) is the oldest routing protocol that has been used to support multicast data transmission over networks.
  • Dvorak keyboard - The Dvorak (pronounced duh-VOR-ak, not like the Czech composer) keyboard is a typewriter key arrangement that was designed to be easier to learn and use than the standard QWERTY keyboard.
  • DWPD (device/drive writes per day) - DWPD tells the customer how many times he can expect to overwrite the entire capacity of a solid state drive before it becomes unreliable.
  • DXL - DXL (Domino Extensible Language) is a specific version of Extensible Markup Language (XML) for Lotus Domino data.
  • DXL (Domino Extensible Language) - DXL (Domino Extensible Language) is a specific version of Extensible Markup Language (XML) for Lotus Domino data.
  • dynamic - In general, dynamic means energetic, capable of action and/or change, or forceful, while static means stationary or fixed.
  • dynamic analysis - Dynamic analysis is the testing and evaluation of a program based on execution with selected data.
  • dynamic and static - In general, dynamic means energetic, capable of action and/or change, or forceful, while static means stationary or fixed.
  • dynamic application security testing (DAST) - A dynamic application security test (DAST) is a program used by developers to analyze a web application (web app), while in runtime, and identify any security vulnerabilities or weaknesses.
  • Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) - Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) is a security feature that verifies address resolution protocol (ARP) requests and responses in a network.
  • dynamic backup - Hot data backups are the standard for most database backups, as users can stay online while they are performed.
  • dynamic BPM - Dynamic business process management (BPM) is an approach designed to allow business processes to adjust quickly to changing business needs.
  • dynamic BPM (business process management) - Dynamic business process management (BPM) is an approach designed to allow business processes to adjust quickly to changing business needs.
  • dynamic business process management - Dynamic business process management (BPM) is an approach designed to allow business processes to adjust quickly to changing business needs.
  • dynamic case management - Dynamic case management (DCM) is the handling of case-based work through the use of technologies that automate and streamline aspects of each case.
  • dynamic case management (DCM) - Dynamic case management (DCM) is the handling of case-based work through the use of technologies that automate and streamline aspects of each case.
  • Dynamic Data Exchange - In the Windows, OS/2, and (with third-party development kits) other operating systems, Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) allows information to be shared or communicated between programs.
  • Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) - In the Windows, OS/2, and (with third-party development kits) other operating systems, Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) allows information to be shared or communicated between programs.
  • dynamic DNS service - A dynamic DNS (domain name system) service is a company that charges a small fee to allow a user connecting to the Internet with a dynamic IP address to be able to use applications that require a static IP address.
  • dynamic fonts - Dynamic fonts are a feature of Netscape's Communicator suite of products that enables a Web page designer to specify or create a special font style for a Web page or site.
  • dynamic function loading - Lazy loading, also known as dynamic function loading, is a mode that allows a developer to specify what components of a program should not be loaded into storage by default when a program is started.
  • dynamic hashing - Dynamic hashing is a method of hashing, or shortening a string of characters, where the set of shortened characters grows, shrinks and reorganizes to fit the way the data is being accessed.
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a network management protocol used to dynamically assign an Internet Protocol (IP) address to any device, or node, on a network so they can communicate using IP.
  • dynamic HTML - Dynamic HTML is a collective term for a combination of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) tags and options that can make Web pages more animated and interactive than previous versions of HTML.
  • dynamic infrastructure - Dynamic infrastructure refers to a collection of data center resources, such as compute, networking and storage, that can automatically provision and adjust itself as workload demands change.
  • dynamic IP address - A static IP address is a number (in the form of a dotted quad) that is assigned to a computer by an Internet service provider (ISP) to be its permanent address on the Internet.
  • dynamic IP address - A dynamic IP address is a temporary address for devices connected to a network that will continually change over time.
  • dynamic jitter buffer - In voice over IP (VoIP), a jitter buffer is a shared data area where voice packets can be collected, stored, and sent to the voice processor in evenly spaced intervals.
  • dynamic link library - A dynamic link library (DLL) is a collection of small programs that can be loaded when needed by larger programs and used at the same time.
  • dynamic link library (DLL) - A dynamic link library (DLL) is a collection of small programs that can be loaded when needed by larger programs and used at the same time.
  • dynamic memory allocation (in virtualization) - Dynamic memory allocation is a memory management technique in which a program can request and return memory while it is executing.
  • dynamic multi pathing - Dynamic multi-pathing (DMP) is a type of communication path control software application.
  • dynamic multi-pathing - Dynamic multi-pathing (DMP) is a type of communication path control software application.
  • dynamic multi-pathing (DMP) - Dynamic multi-pathing (DMP) is a type of communication path control software application.
  • dynamic multipoint VPN (DMVPN) - A dynamic multipoint virtual private network (DMVPN) is a secure network that exchanges data between sites without needing to pass traffic through an organization's headquarter VPN server or router.
  • dynamic packet filter - A dynamic packet filter is a firewall facility that can monitor the state of active connections and use this information to determine which network packets to allow through the firewall.
  • dynamic port numbers - The dynamic port numbers (also known as the private port numbers) are the port numbers that are available for use by any application to use in communicating with any other application, using the Internet's Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or the User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
  • dynamic port numbers (private port numbers) - The dynamic port numbers (also known as the private port numbers) are the port numbers that are available for use by any application to use in communicating with any other application, using the Internet's Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or the User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
  • dynamic pricing - The goal of dynamic pricing is to allow a company that sells goods or services over the Internet to adjust prices on the fly in response to market demands.
  • Dynamic Quorum - Dynamic Quorum is the ability of a cluster to recalculate a quorum as it maintains a working cluster.
  • dynamic random access memory - Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is a common type of random access memory (RAM) used in personal computers, workstations and servers.
  • dynamic range - Dynamic range describes the ratio of the softest sound to the loudest sound in a musical instrument or piece of electronic equipment.
  • Dynamic Source Routing - Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) is a self-maintaining routing protocol for wireless networks.
  • Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) - Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) is a self-maintaining routing protocol for wireless networks.
  • dynamic spectrum access (dynamic spectrum management) - Dynamic spectrum access (DSA), also referred to as dynamic spectrum management (DSM), is a set of spectrum utilization techniques that adjusts frequency in real time based on fluctuating circumstances.
  • dynamic SQL - Dynamic SQL is an enhanced form of Structured Query Language (SQL) that, unlike standard (or static) SQL, facilitates the automatic generation and execution of program statements.
  • dynamic SQL (Dynamic Structured Query Language) - Dynamic SQL is an enhanced form of Structured Query Language (SQL) that, unlike standard (or static) SQL, facilitates the automatic generation and execution of program statements.
  • Dynamic Structured Query Language - Dynamic SQL is an enhanced form of Structured Query Language (SQL) that, unlike standard (or static) SQL, facilitates the automatic generation and execution of program statements.
  • dynamic testing - Dynamic testing is a method of assessing the feasibility of a software program by giving input and examining output (I/O).
  • dynamic URL - A dynamic URL is the address - or Uniform Resource Locator (URL) - of a Web page with content that depends on variable parameters that are provided to the server that delivers it.
  • dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) - Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) is the adjustment of power and speed settings on a computing device’s various processors, controller chips and peripheral devices to optimize resource allotment for tasks and maximize power-saving when those resources are not needed.
  • dyne - The dyne (dyn) is the centimeter-gram-second (cgs) unit of force.
  • Dyslexie - Dyslexie is a font designed for greater readability to help people who have difficulty reading.
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  • What is data governance and why does it matter? - Data governance (DG) is the process of managing the availability, usability, integrity and security of the data in enterprise systems, based on internal data standards and policies that also control data usage.
  • What is data management and why is it important? - Data management is the process of ingesting, storing, organizing and maintaining the data created and collected by an organization, as explained in this in-depth look at the process.
  • What's it like to work in a data center? - Data centers offer competitive salaries, enjoyable work and diverse opportunities for workers in the tech sector whether you want to become an entry-level data center technician or have the necessary skills to become a data center architect.

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