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  • GLONASS - GLONASS (for Globalnaya Navigatsionnay Sputnikovaya Sistema), the Russian Federation's Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), is the Russian version of a global positioning system.
  • glue code (glue code language) - Glue code is custom-written programming that connects incompatible software components.
  • glue logic - Glue logic is a special form of digital circuitry that allows different types of logic chips or circuits to work together by acting as an interface between them.
  • Gluon (deep learning library) - Gluon is an open source deep learning library jointly created by AWS and Microsoft that helps developers build, train and deploy machine learning models in the cloud.
  • GlusterFS (Gluster File System) - GlusterFS (Gluster File System) is an open source distributed file system that can scale out in building-block fashion to store multiple petabytes of data.
  • GLV - Using grating light valve (GLV) technology, picture elements (pixels) are formed on the surface of a silicon chip and become the source for display projection on anything from an auditorium screen down to a handheld computer display.
  • glyph - In information technology, a glyph (pronounced GLIHF ; from a Greek word meaning carving) is a graphic symbol that provides the appearance or form for a character.
  • gm - The gram (abbreviation, g or gm) is the cgs (centimeter/gram/second) unit of mass.
  • Gmail - Gmail (pronounced Gee-mail) is a free Web-based e-mail service that provides users with a gigabyte of storage for messages and provides the ability to search for specific messages.
  • Gmail Smart Compose - Gmail Smart Compose is a predictive text feature to help save effort in composing email messages.
  • GML - GML (Generalized Markup Language) is an IBM document-formatting language that describes a document in terms of its organization structure and content parts and their relationship.
  • GML (Generalized Markup Language) - GML (Generalized Markup Language) is an IBM document-formatting language that describes a document in terms of its organization structure and content parts and their relationship.
  • GMP (good manufacturing practice) - A good manufacturing practice (GMP) is one that conforms to the guidelines set by the regulatory agencies that control authorization and licensing for the production and sale of food, beverages and active pharmaceutical products.
  • GMPLS - GMPLS (Generalized Multiprotocol Label Switching), also known as Multiprotocol Lambda Switching, is a technology that provides enhancements to Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) to support network switching for time, wavelength, and space switching as well as for packet switching.
  • GMPLS (Generalized Multiprotocol Label Switching or Multiprotocol Lambda Switching) - GMPLS (Generalized Multiprotocol Label Switching), also known as Multiprotocol Lambda Switching, is a technology that provides enhancements to Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) to support network switching for time, wavelength, and space switching as well as for packet switching.
  • GMT - Coordinated Universal Time (abbreviated as UTC, and therefore often spelled out as Universal Time Coordinated and sometimes as Universal Coordinated Time) is the standard time common to every place in the world.
  • GNOME - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (graphical user interface) and set of computer desktop application for users of any UNIX-based operating system.
  • GNOME - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (GUI) and set of computer desktop applications for users of the Linux computer operating system.
  • GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (graphical user interface) and set of computer desktop application for users of any UNIX-based operating system.
  • GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (GUI) and set of computer desktop applications for users of the Linux operating system.
  • GNSS - GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) is a satellite system that is used to pinpoint the geographic location of a user's receiver anywhere in the world.
  • GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) - GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) is a satellite system that is used to pinpoint the geographic location of a user's receiver anywhere in the world.
  • GNU General Public License - The GNU General Public License, often shortened to GNU GPL (or simply GPL), lists terms and conditions for copying, modifying and distributing free software.
  • GNU General Public License (GNU GPL or simply GPL) - The GNU General Public License, often shortened to GNU GPL (or simply GPL), lists terms and conditions for copying, modifying and distributing free software.
  • GNU GPL - The GNU General Public License, often shortened to GNU GPL (or simply GPL), lists terms and conditions for copying, modifying and distributing free software.
  • GNU GRUB - GNU GRUB (or just GRUB) is a boot loader package that supports multiple operating systems on a computer.
  • GNU Image Manipulation Program - GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a freely available open source application for creating and manipulating graphic images that runs on Linux, other Unix-based operating systems, and also on Windows and Mac OS X.
  • GNU Linux - The GNU Linux project was created for the development of a Unix-like operating system that comes with source code that can be copied, modified, and redistributed.
  • GNU Network Object Model Environment - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (GUI) and set of computer desktop applications for users of the Linux computer operating system.
  • GNU Network Object Model Environment - GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment, pronounced gah-NOHM) is a graphical user interface (graphical user interface) and set of computer desktop application for users of any UNIX-based operating system.
  • GNU project - The GNU project is a mass collaborative initiative for the development of free software.
  • GNU zip - Gzip (GNU zip) is a free and open source algorithm for file compression.
  • 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 big or stay home - Go bosh is cyberspeak for "Go Big or Stay Home," meaning that if you don't commit enough resources to your enterprise, you'll probably fail in your objectives.
  • go bosh - Go bosh is cyberspeak for "Go Big or Stay Home," meaning that if you don't commit enough resources to your enterprise, you'll probably fail in your objectives.
  • go-live (go live) - In software development, go-live is the time at which code moves from the test environment to the production environment.
  • 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.
  • goldbricking - Goldbricking is wasting time on the job.
  • golden handcuffs - Golden handcuffs are a type of financial incentives designed to motivate employees to stay with a company longer than they might otherwise do.
  • golden image - A golden image is a template for a virtual machine (VM), virtual desktop, server or hard disk drive.
  • golden parachute - A golden parachute is a severance agreement that provides an executive with a substantial package upon termination, usually in the event of a takeover or merger.
  • 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.
  • Goliath Technologies - Goliath Technologies is a performance monitoring software vendor that offers tools to monitor and analyze data centers, back-end servers and network performance for on-premises and cloud deployments.
  • Goobuntu - Goobuntu (Google Ubuntu) is the operating system (OS) that Google uses for its employee computer desktop workstations.
  • Good Automated Laboratory Practices - Good Automated Laboratory Practices (GALP) is a standardized set of best practices that are used to ensure data integrity for laboratory data that is gathered, processed, and archived by a laboratory information management system (LIMS).
  • Good Automated Laboratory Practices (GALP) - Good Automated Laboratory Practices (GALP) is a standardized set of best practices that are used to ensure data integrity for laboratory data that is gathered, processed, and archived by a laboratory information management system (LIMS).
  • 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 operating system - gOS (pronounced gee-oss) is a Linux distribution designed for use with Web-based applications rather than software that must be purchased and installed.
  • Good Technology - Good Technology is a mobile security platform provider headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.
  • good worm - An ethical worm is a program that automates network-based distribution of security patches for known vulnerabilities.
  • 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 is a cloud computing platform as a service that allows web app developers and enterprises 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 ATAP (Advanced Technologies and Products) - Google ATAP (Advanced Technologies and Products) is the company's development lab for disruptive technologies.
  • 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 Base - Google Base is an online database and free Web publishing service provided by Google that allows users to upload their own content.
  • 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 Chromium - Google Chromium is an open source project that was initiated to make source code for the Chrome OS and the Chrome browser available to developers.
  • 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 Clips - Google Clips is an AI-driven camera that learns to recognize familiar faces over time and automatically and autonomously take pictures of those people when in they're in the camera's field of view.
  • 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 Platform (GCP) - Google Cloud Platform is a suite of public cloud computing services offered by Google.
  • Google Cloud Print - Google Cloud Print is an online service that lets users print documents and other files from supported apps and mobile devices to any compatible printer.
  • Google Cloud Spanner - Google Cloud Spanner is a distributed relational database service that runs on Google Cloud.
  • 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 is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering that allows clients to run workloads on Google's physical hardware.
  • Google Coop - A social search engine is an enhanced version of a search engine that combines traditional algorithm -driven technology with online community filtering to produce highly personalized results.
  • 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 Fi - Google Fi is virtual carrier network service for pervasive Wi-Fi.
  • Google Fiber - Google Fiber is a project whose goal is to build a fiber optic communications infrastructure.
SearchCompliance
  • OPSEC (operations security)

    OPSEC (operations security) is a security and risk management process and strategy that classifies information, then determines ...

  • smart contract

    A smart contract is a decentralized application that executes business logic in response to events.

  • compliance risk

    Compliance risk is an organization's potential exposure to legal penalties, financial forfeiture and material loss, resulting ...

SearchSecurity
  • biometric verification

    Biometric verification is any means by which a person can be uniquely identified by evaluating one or more distinguishing ...

  • password

    A password is a string of characters used to verify the identity of a user during the authentication process.

  • biometrics

    Biometrics is the measurement and statistical analysis of people's unique physical and behavioral characteristics.

SearchHealthIT
SearchDisasterRecovery
  • What is risk mitigation?

    Risk mitigation is a strategy to prepare for and lessen the effects of threats faced by a business.

  • change control

    Change control is a systematic approach to managing all changes made to a product or system.

  • disaster recovery (DR)

    Disaster recovery (DR) is an organization's ability to respond to and recover from an event that affects business operations.

SearchStorage
  • PCIe SSD (PCIe solid-state drive)

    A PCIe SSD (PCIe solid-state drive) is a high-speed expansion card that attaches a computer to its peripherals.

  • VRAM (video RAM)

    VRAM (video RAM) refers to any type of random access memory (RAM) specifically used to store image data for a computer display.

  • virtual memory

    Virtual memory is a memory management technique where secondary memory can be used as if it were a part of the main memory.

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