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  • GNU project - The GNU project is a mass collaborative initiative for the development of free software.
  • GNU/Linux - GNU/Linux is a Unix-like operating system made up of different OS components and services that create the Linux OS.
  • Gnutella - Gnutella is a system in which individuals can exchange files over the Internet directly without going through a Web site in an arrangement sometimes described as peer-to-peer (here meaning "person-to-person").
  • Go (programming language) - Go (also called Golang or Go language) is an open source programming language used for general purpose.
  • go-live (go live) - Go-live is the time at which something becomes available for use.
  • go-to-market strategy (GTM strategy) - A go-to-market strategy (GTM strategy) is an action plan that specifies how a company will reach target customers and achieve competitive advantage.
  • Godwin's law - Godwin's law, also known as Godwin's rule of Hitler analogies, is a statement maintaining that if any online discussion continues long enough, someone will almost certainly compare someone else to Hitler.
  • going dark - Going dark describes a scenario in which communication appears to have ceased, but in reality has just moved from a public communication channel to a private, encrypted channel.
  • going forward - Going forward is a relatively new and apparently convenient way to indicate a progression in time from the present.
  • gold plating - Gold plating is the practice of making changes to a project that are outside of the original agreed-upon scope.
  • golden image - A golden image is a template for a virtual machine (VM), virtual desktop, server or hard disk drive.
  • golden ratio (golden mean) - The golden ratio is a proportion (roughly 1:1.
  • golden record - A golden record is a single, well-defined version of all the data entities in an organizational ecosystem.
  • good automated manufacturing practice (GAMP) - Good automated manufacturing practice (GAMP) is a set of guidelines manufacturers and other automation users follow to maintain operational efficiency and reliability.
  • Good Technology - Good Technology is a mobile security platform provider headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
  • GoodData - GoodData is a software company specializing in cloud-based business intelligence (BI) and big data analytics.
  • Google +1 button - The Google +1 button is a feature that users can click to easily recommend and share Web content within their Google network.
  • Google Adsense - Google AdSense is a program in which enterprises can display Google advertisements on Web sites and earn revenue from hits that generate traffic for the Google search engine s.
  • Google Advertising ID - Google Advertising ID is a piece of universally unique identifier code that allows mobile applications running on Android devices to identify users and gather data for the purposes of building profiles.
  • Google AI - Google AI is the new name under which Google Research, the search giant’s artificial intelligence (AI) research and development branch, will continue for its AI applications.
  • Google Analytics - Google Analytics is a free web analytics service that provides statistics and analytical tools for search engine optimization (SEO) and marketing purposes.
  • Google Android 4.4 KitKat - Android 4.4 KitKat is a version of Google's operating system (OS) for smartphones and tablets.
  • Google App Engine - Google App Engine (GAE) is a platform-as-a-service product that provides web app developers and enterprises with access to Google's scalable hosting and tier 1 internet service.
  • Google Apps for Business - Google Apps for Business is an email, messaging and content-sharing service provided by Google for small and medium-sized businesses as well as enterprises.
  • Google Assistant - Google Assistant is Google’s voice assistant AI for Android devices.
  • Google Authenticator - Google Authenticator is a security application used to verify user identities before granting access to websites and services.
  • Google AutoML Vision - Google AutoML Vision is a machine learning model builder for image recognition, offered as a service from Google Cloud.
  • Google BigQuery - Google BigQuery is a cloud-based big data analytics web service for processing very large read-only data sets.
  • Google Bigtable - Google Bigtable is a distributed, column-oriented data store created by Google Inc.
  • Google Chrome browser - Google Chrome browser is an open source program for accessing the World Wide Web and running Web-based applications.
  • Google Chrome Enterprise - Google Chrome Enterprise is the business-focused solution for Chrome devices, Chrome browser and Chrome OS.
  • Google Chrome OS - Google Chrome OS is an open source lightweight operating system (OS).
  • Google circles - Google circles are groups of people in the Google+ social platform created to enable easier, more targeted content sharing that are meant to more accurately represent real-life information sharing.
  • Google Cloud - Google Cloud is a suite of public cloud computing services offered by Google.
  • Google Cloud Anthos - Google Cloud Anthos is a hybrid, cloud-agnostic container environment.
  • Google Cloud Composer - Cloud Composer is a managed workflow automation tool that is built on Apache Airflow.
  • Google Cloud Dataflow - Google Cloud Dataflow is a cloud-based data processing service for both batch and real-time data streaming applications.
  • Google Cloud Dataproc - Google Cloud Dataproc is a managed service within the Google Cloud Platform for processing large datasets, such as those used in big data initiatives.
  • Google Cloud Functions - Google Cloud Functions is a serverless, event-driven computing service within Google Cloud Platform.
  • Google Cloud Key Management Service (KMS) - Google Cloud Key Management Service (KMS) is a cloud service for managing encryption keys for other Google cloud services that enterprises can use to implement cryptographic functions.
  • Google Cloud operations (formerly Stackdriver) - Google Stackdriver was a monitoring service that provided IT teams with performance data about applications and virtual machines (VMs) running on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services public cloud.
  • Google Cloud Spanner - Google Cloud Spanner is a distributed relational database service designed to support global online transaction processing deployments, SQL semantics, horizontal scaling and transactional consistency.
  • Google Cloud Storage - Google Cloud Storage is an enterprise public cloud storage platform that can house large unstructured data sets.
  • Google Cloud Storage Coldline - Google Cloud Storage Coldline is a public cloud cold storage service from Google intended for archiving and disaster recovery.
  • Google Cloud Storage Nearline - Google Cloud Storage Nearline is a public cloud storage service from Google intended for data archiving, backup and disaster recovery.
  • Google Compute Engine - Google Compute Engine (GCE) is an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering that allows clients to run workloads on Google's physical hardware.
  • Google Docs - Google Docs is a free Web-based application in which documents and spreadsheets can be created, edited and stored online.
  • Google dork - A Google dork is an employee who unknowingly exposes sensitive corporate information on the Internet.
  • Google dork query - Google dorking, also known as Google hacking, can return information that is difficult to locate through simple search queries.
  • Google Drive - Google Drive is a free cloud-based storage service that enables users to store and access files online.
  • Google Duplex - Google Duplex is an artificial intelligence (AI) chat agent that can carry out specific verbal tasks, such as making a reservation or appointment, over the phone.
  • Google E-A-T - Google EAT (Expertise Authority Trustworthiness) is a ranking system for online content.
  • Google Firebase - Google Firebase is a Google-backed application development software that enables developers to develop iOS, Android and Web apps.
  • Google Glass - Google Glass is a wearable, voice- and motion-controlled Android device that resembles a pair of eyeglasses and displays information directly in the user's field of vision.
  • Google Hack Honeypot (GHH) - A Google hack honeypot is a system designed to be vulnerable to sophisticated search engine queries for the purpose of attracting hackers and studying their behavior.
  • Google Hangouts - Google Hangouts is a unified communications service that allows members to initiate and participate in text, voice or video chats, either one-on-one or in a group.
  • Google Health - Google Health is a personal health record (PHR) service that allows users to centrally store and manage their health information online.
  • Google I/O - Google I/O is Google's developer conference held annually in San Francisco.
  • Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) - Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a management and orchestration system for Docker containers and container clusters that run within Google's public cloud services.
  • Google Maps - Google Maps is a Web-based service that provides detailed information about geographical regions and sites around the world.
  • Google Mobile Services (GMS) - Google Mobile Services (GMS) is a collection of applications and API’s developed by Google that are available for Android devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
  • Google My Business - Google My Business is a free online business listing service that is integrated with the Google search engine.
  • Google Pay (Android Pay) - Google Pay is the search company’s electronic wallet and payment service offering.
  • Google Play (Android Market) - Google Play, formerly known as Android Market, is the official distribution storefront for Android applications and other digital media, such a music, movies and books, from Google.
  • Google Play Protect - Google Play Protect is a malware protection and detection service built into Android devices that use Google Mobile Services.
  • Google Play services - The Google Play services app runs in the background on Android devices and gives apps access to core functionalities such as authentication services; it should not be disabled.
  • Google Preemptible VM - A Preemptible VM (PVM) is a Google Compute Engine (GCE) virtual machine (VM) instance that can be purchased for a steep discount as long as the customer accepts that the instance will terminate after 24 hours.
  • Google Project Zero - Google Project Zero is a security research unit within Google Inc.
  • Google Sheets - Google Sheets is a web-based application that enables users to create, update and modify spreadsheets and share the data live online.
  • Google Street View - Google Street View is a feature of Google Maps that enables users to view and navigate through 360 degree horizontal and 290 degree vertical panoramic street level images of various cities around the world.
  • Google Titan - Google Titan is a security chip designed to protect computers from firmware-based rootkits and other malware-infecting firmware.
  • Google Transfer Appliance - Google Transfer Appliance is a high-capacity storage server that enables enterprises to transport large volumes of data to Google Cloud Storage.
  • Google Trends - Google Trends is a free service provided by Google that displays how often specific keywords, subjects and phrases have been searched for on Google over a period of time.
  • Google Voice - Google Voice allows registered members to link their mobile phones, IP telephony applications and land line phones to a single Google Voice phone number.
  • Google Wallet - Google Wallet is a mobile payment system developed by Google that allows smartphone users to store debit and credit card information for online and in-store purchases.
  • Google+ (Google Plus) - Google+ (pronounced Google plus) is Google's social networking platform.
  • Googlebot - Googlebot is the web crawling software search bot (also known as a spider or webcrawler) that gathers the web page information used to supply Google search engine results pages (SERP).
  • Googlewhacking - Googlewhacking is the challenging pursuit of searching the popular Google search engine with a two-word or more search argument that will produce exactly (no less and no more than) one result.
  • Googling - Googling is using the popular search engine Google.
  • googol and googolplex - A googol is 10 to the 100th power, which is 1 followed by 100 zeros.
  • Gopher - From about 1992 through 1996, Gopher was an Internet application in which hierarchically-organized text files could be brought from servers all over the world to a viewer on your computer.
  • Gorilla Glass - Gorilla Glass is a scratch-resistant and durable glass product from Corning that is used to protect the screens of tablets, smartphone and other mobile devices.
  • gov - gov is one of the top-level domain names that can be used when choosing a domain name.
  • governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) - Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) refers to an organization's strategy for handling the interdependencies between corporate governance policies, enterprise risk management (ERM) programs, and regulatory and company compliance.
  • Government Accountability Office (GAO) - The U.S.
  • Government Information Security Reform Act - The Government Information Security Reform Act (formerly known as the Thompson-Liebermann Act) is a federal law that required U.
  • government to government (G2G) - Government to government (G2G) is the electronic sharing of data and/or information systems between government agencies, departments or organizations.
  • government Trojan - A government Trojan is spyware installed on a computer or network by a law enforcement agency for the purpose of capturing information relevant to a criminal investigation.
  • governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) - A governmentwide acquisition contract (GWAC) is a contract between a commercial IT service or product vendor and the U.
  • GPGPU (general purpose graphics processing unit) - A general-purpose GPU (GPGPU) is a graphics processing unit (GPU) that performs non-specialized calculations that would typically be conducted by the CPU (central processing unit).
  • gpresult - Gpresult is a command-line tool that shows the RSoP (Resultant Set of Policy) for a user or computer based on applied Group Policy settings.
  • GPRS (General Packet Radio Services) - General Packet Radio Services (GPRS) is a best-effort packet-switching protocol for wireless and cellular network communication services.
  • GPS coordinates - GPS coordinates are a unique identifier of a precise geographic location on the earth, usually expressed in alphanumeric characters.
  • GPS jamming - GPS jamming is the process of using a frequency transmitting device to block or interfere with radio communications.
  • GPS navigation system - A GPS navigation system is a GPS receiver and audio/video (AV) components designed for a specific purpose such as a car-based or hand-held device or a smartphone app.
  • GPS tracking - GPS tracking is the surveillance of location through use of the Global Positioning System (GPS ) to track the location of an entity or object remotely.
  • GPT-3 - GPT-3, or the third generation Generative Pre-trained Transformer, is a neural network machine learning model trained using internet data to generate any type of text.
  • GPU supercomputer - A GPU supercomputer is a networked group of computers with multiple graphics processing units working as general-purpose GPUs (GPGPUs) in tandem on a single task.
  • GR/IR clearing accounts - A GR/IR (goods-receipt/invoice-receipt) clearing account is a bookkeeping device that can be used when goods arrive before the invoice is generated, or when an invoice arrives before the goods are delivered.
  • GraalVM - GraalVM is a tool for developers to write and execute Java code.
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    Virtual network functions (VNFs) are virtualized tasks formerly carried out by proprietary, dedicated hardware.

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    An insider threat is a category of risk posed by those who have access to an organization's physical or digital assets.

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    Data privacy, also called information privacy, is an aspect of data protection that addresses the proper storage, access, ...

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    Recommerce is the selling of previously owned items through online marketplaces to buyers who reuse, recycle or resell them.

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    First call resolution (FCR) is when customer service agents properly address a customer's needs the first time they call.

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