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  • requirements stability index - A requirement stability index (RSI) is a metric used to organize, control, and track changes to the originally specified requirements for a new system project or product.
  • requirements stability index (RSI) - A requirement stability index (RSI) is a metric used to organize, control, and track changes to the originally specified requirements for a new system project or product.
  • requisition - A requisition, in procurement, is a request for goods or services made by an employee to the person or department in a company that is responsible for purchasing.
  • Rescator - Rescator is the name of an underground online forum which allegedly sold credit card data stolen from customers who shopped at the United States discount retail chain, Target.
  • rescoring - Rescoring is an Agile software development process in which the development team revisits a pre-defined list of user stories to review story point scores and adjust them up or down based on what the team has learned in previous development iterations.
  • research and development (R&D) - Research and development (R&D) is the initial, exploratory stage of product and service development.
  • Reseau Numerique a Integration de Services - RNIS (Reseau Numerique a Integration de Services) is the European name for Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN).
  • reseller - In information technology, a reseller is a company that typically purchases IT products or services from a product manufacturer, distributor or service provider and then markets them to customers.
  • reseller hosting - Reseller hosting is the provision of Web hosting services to companies that in turn act as Web hosts for other companies, typically providing Web site design and management services as well as acting as host for the site and serving its pages to users.
  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI) - The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central banking authority of the country and dictates its monetary policy.
  • reshoring - Reshoring is the practice of bringing outsourced personnel and services back to the location from which they were originally offshored.
  • residential construction software - Home building software, also known as residential construction software, is a collection of programs, processes and information that lets residential construction contractors manage the construction process from home design and remodeling, to cost estimates and accounting, to project management and project completion.
  • residual risk - Residual risk is a threat that remains after an organization has implemented security controls to comply with legal requirements.
  • Resilient File System - Resilient File System (ReFS) is a file system developed by Microsoft for use on the Windows operating system (OS) that's designed to overcome some of the limitations in the New Technology File System (NTFS).
  • Resilient File System (ReFS) - Resilient File System (ReFS) is a file system developed by Microsoft for use on the Windows operating system (OS) that's designed to overcome some of the limitations in the New Technology File System (NTFS).
  • Resilient Packet Ring - Resilient Packet Ring (RPR) is a network topology being developed as a new standard for fiber optic rings.
  • Resilient Packet Ring (RPR) - Resilient Packet Ring (RPR) is a network topology being developed as a new standard for fiber optic rings.
  • resistance - Resistance is the opposition that a substance offers to the flow of electric current; the term contrasts with conductance, which is a measure of the ease with which current flows through a substance.
  • resistive RAM - RRAM or ReRAM (resistive random access memory) is a form of nonvolatile storage that operates by changing the resistance of a specially formulated solid dielectric material.
  • resistor - A resistor is an electrical component that limits or regulates the flow of electrical current in an electronic circuit.
  • resolution - In computers, resolution is the number of pixels (individual points of color) contained on a display monitor, expressed in terms of the number of pixels on the horizontal axis and the number on the vertical axis.
  • resonance charging - Resonance charging is a wireless charging method for items that require large amounts of power, such as an electric car, robot, vacuum cleaner or laptop computer.
  • Resource Access Control Facility - RACF (Resource Access Control Facility) is the IBM security management product for its mainframe (large server) operating system, OS/390 (MVS) as well as for its VM operating system.
  • Resource Access Control Facility (RACF) - RACF (Resource Access Control Facility) is the IBM security management product for its mainframe (large server) operating system, OS/390 (MVS) as well as for its VM operating system.
  • resource allocation - Resource allocation is the process of assigning and managing assets in a manner that supports an organization's strategic goals.
  • resource contention - In computing, 'resource contention' refers to a conflict over a shared resource between several components.
  • Resource Description Framework (RDF) - The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a general framework for how to describe any Internet resource such as a Web site and its content.
  • Resource Reservation Protocol - RSVP (Resource Reservation Protocol) is a set of communication rules that allows channels or paths on the Internet to be reserved for the multicast (one source to many receivers) transmission of video and other high-bandwidth messages.
  • resource-oriented architecture (ROA) - A resource-oriented architecture (ROA) is the structural design supporting the internetworking of resources.
  • respawning cookie - A respawning cookie is a standard HTTP cookie backed up by data stored in additional files that are used to rebuild the original cookie when the user visits the originating site again.
  • Respect for People principle - Continuous Improvement (CI) and Respect for People are the two foundational principles of the Toyota Way, the company's business management guide.
  • response time - According to the IBM Dictionary of Computing (which cites International Organization for Standardization Information Technology Vocabulary as the source), response time is: The elapsed time between the end of an inquiry or demand on a computer system and the beginning of a response; for example, the length of the time between an indication of the end of an inquiry and the display of the first character of the response at a user terminal.
  • responsibility - In an Oracle environment, a responsibility is a defined user right, similar to the word privilege in some other settings.
  • responsive design - Responsive design is an approach to web page creation that makes use of flexible layouts, flexible images and cascading style sheet media queries.
  • REST (REpresentational State Transfer) - REST (REpresentational State Transfer) is an architectural style for developing web services.
  • RESTful API (REST API) - A RESTful API is an application program interface (API) that uses HTTP requests to GET, PUT, POST and DELETE data.
  • restore point - A restore point is a saved "snapshot" of a computer's data at a specific time.
  • restricted API - A restricted API is an application program interface whose access, or use, is intentionally limited by web site developers for security purposes or business reasons.
  • restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM) - A restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM) is a type of artificial neural network (ANN) for learning probability distributions.
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive - The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive is a set of criteria formulated by the European Union (EU) to regulate the use of toxic materials in electrical and electronic devices, systems, and toys.
  • Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS Directive) - The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive is a set of criteria formulated by the European Union (EU) to regulate the use of toxic materials in electrical and electronic devices, systems, and toys.
  • Resultant Set of Policy - RSoP (Resultant Set of Policy) is a report of all Group Policy settings within Active Directory that shows how those settings can affect a network.
  • Results Only Work Environment - A Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) is a human resource management (HRM) strategy that places emphasis on setting and meeting objectives.
  • Results-Only Work Environment - A Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) is a human resource management (HRM) strategy that places emphasis on setting and meeting objectives.
  • Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) - A Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) is a human resource management (HRM) strategy that places emphasis on setting and meeting objectives.
  • retail apocalypse - Retail apocalypse is a controversial term used by the media to describe how a shift in consumer spending patterns might be impacting the traditional brick-and-mortar retail store business model.
  • retail vs. wholesale - Retail is the sale of merchandise from a specific point (such as malls, markets and department stores) in small quantities directly to the consumer.
  • retargeting - Retargeting is a type of online advertising whereby companies focus on particular audience members for promotions based on users' prior Internet search history or site visits.
  • retargeting (remarketing) - Retargeting, also known as remarketing, is advertising that features specific products or services and targets an individual who has viewed them online.
  • retina scan - Retina scanning is a biometric verification technology that uses an image of an individual’s retinal blood vessel pattern as a unique identifying trait for access to secure installations.
  • retractable e-mail - Self-destructing email is electronic mail that vanishes or becomes unreadable after a certain length of time or upon the request of the sender.
  • return merchandise authorization - An RMA (return merchandise authorization) is a numbered authorization provided by a mail-order merchant to permit the return of a product.
  • return merchandise authorization (RMA) - An RMA (return merchandise authorization) is a numbered authorization provided by a mail-order merchant to permit the return of a product.
  • return on equity (ROE) - Return on equity (ROE) is a measure of a company’s financial performance that shows the relationship between a company’s profit and the investor’s return.
  • return on investment - For a given use of money in an enterprise, the ROI (return on investment) is how much profit or cost saving is realized as a result.
  • return on marketing investment - Return on marketing investment (ROMI) is a metric used to measure the overall effectiveness of a marketing campaign to help marketers make better decisions about allocating future investments.
  • return on marketing investment (ROMI) - Return on marketing investment (ROMI) is a metric used to measure the overall effectiveness of a marketing campaign to help marketers make better decisions about allocating future investments.
  • return to zero - RZ (return-to-zero) refers to a form of digital data transmission in which the binary low and high states, represented by numerals 0 and 1, are transmitted by voltage pulses having certain characteristics.
  • return-to-zero - RZ (return-to-zero) refers to a form of digital data transmission in which the binary low and high states, represented by numerals 0 and 1, are transmitted by voltage pulses having certain characteristics.
  • retweet - A retweet (RT) is the repetition of another user's update, or tweet, on Twitter.
  • retweet (RT) - A retweet (RT) is the repetition of another user's update, or tweet, on Twitter.
  • reuse-oriented development - The reuse-oriented model, also called reuse-oriented development (ROD), is a method of software development in which a program is refined by producing a sequence of prototypes called models, each of which is automatically derived from the preceding one according to a sequence of defined rules.
  • reuse-oriented model - The reuse-oriented model, also called reuse-oriented development (ROD), is a method of software development in which a program is refined by producing a sequence of prototypes called models, each of which is automatically derived from the preceding one according to a sequence of defined rules.
  • reuse-oriented model or reuse-oriented development (ROD) - The reuse-oriented model, also called reuse-oriented development (ROD), is a method of software development in which a program is refined by producing a sequence of prototypes called models, each of which is automatically derived from the preceding one according to a sequence of defined rules.
  • revenue attribution - Revenue attribution is the process of matching customer sales to specific advertisements in order to understand where revenue is coming from and optimize how advertising budgets are spent in the future.
  • revenue cycle management (RCM) - Revenue cycle management (RCM) is the financial process, utilizing medical billing software, that healthcare facilities use to track patient care episodes from registration and appointment scheduling to the final payment of a balance.
  • revenue model - A revenue model is a component of a company’s business planning that describes the way it intends to make money.
  • revenue operations (RevOps) - Revenue operations (RevOps) is the strategic integration of sales, marketing and service departments to provide a better end-to-end view to administration and management, while leaving day-to-day processes within the departments.
  • revenue recognition - Revenue recognition is a tenet of corporate financial management that defines when a company officially accounts for revenue.
  • reverb - Reverb (short for reverberation) is the acoustic environment that surrounds a sound.
  • reverb (reverberation) - Reverb (short for reverberation) is the acoustic environment that surrounds a sound.
  • reverberation - Reverb (short for reverberation) is the acoustic environment that surrounds a sound.
  • Reverse Address Resolution Protocol - RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol) is a protocol by which a physical machine in a local area network can request to learn its IP address from a gateway server's Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table or cache.
  • Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RARP) - RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol) is a protocol by which a physical machine in a local area network can request to learn its IP address from a gateway server's Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table or cache.
  • reverse brute-force attack - A reverse brute-force attack is a type of brute-force attack in which an attacker uses a common password against multiple usernames in an attempt to gain access to a network.
  • reverse DNS - Reverse DNS (rDNS) is a method of resolving an IP address into a domain name, just as the domain name system (DNS) resolves domain names into associated IP addresses.
  • reverse DNS (rDNS) - Reverse DNS (rDNS) is a method of resolving an IP address into a domain name, just as the domain name system (DNS) resolves domain names into associated IP addresses.
  • reverse electrovibration (virtual touch) - Reverse electrovibration, also known as virtual touch, is an augmented reality (AR) technology that allows end users to perceive the textures and contours of an object from a computer screen.
  • reverse engineering - Reverse engineering is taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object.
  • reverse image search - Reverse image search is a technology that takes an image file as a search engine input query and returns results related to the image.
  • reverse logistics - Reverse logistics is the set of activities that is conducted after the sale of a product, such as servicing, refurbishment and recycling, for the purpose of recapturing value or proper disposal.
  • reverse mentoring - Reverse mentoring is a management practice in which a senior employee seeks to gain business insights from a less experienced, often younger employee.
  • reverse proxy server - A reverse proxy server is a proxy server that relays connection requests for inbound network traffic.
  • reverse Telnet - Reverse Telnet (sometimes called direct Telnet) is the initiation of a Telnet session from a computer system to one of its remote users.
  • reverse Telnet (direct Telnet) - Reverse Telnet (sometimes called direct Telnet) is the initiation of a Telnet session from a computer system to one of its remote users.
  • rewritable DVD - Recordable DVD (sometimes called writable DVD) is a DVD technology that allows a PC user to write data one or more times to a DVD with the PC's DVD drive.
  • rewriteable CD - CD-RW (for compact disc, rewriteable) is a compact disc (CD) format that allows repeated recording on a disc.
  • Rexx - Rexx is an interpreted script language developed by IBM originally for use by personal users of large operating systems.
  • RF - Radio frequency is a measurement representing the oscillation rate of electromagnetic radiation spectrum, or electromagnetic radio waves, from frequencies ranging from 300 GHz to as low as 9 kHz.
  • RF wireless charging (RF energy harvesting) - RF wireless charging is a type of uncoupled wireless charging in which an antenna embedded in an electronic device can pick up low level radio frequency waves from external sources and convert the waves’ energy to direct current (DC) voltage.
  • RF-powered computing - RF-powered computing is the use of radio frequency (RF) signals to enable the operation and communication of low-power devices, typically for machine-to-machine (M2M) networking.
  • RFC - RFC is also an abbreviation for Remote Function Call.
  • RFC - RFC is also an abbreviation for Request for Comments.
  • RFC 1918 - RFC 1918 specifies ranges of IP addresses for use in private networks.
  • RFI (request for information) - An RFI (request for information) is a formal process for gathering information from potential suppliers of a good or service.
  • RFID - RFID (radio frequency identification) is a form of wireless communication that incorporates the use of electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely identify an object, animal or person.
  • RFID (radio frequency identification) - RFID (radio frequency identification) is a form of wireless communication that incorporates the use of electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely identify an object, animal or person.
  • RFID hacking - An RFID (radio-frequency identification) virus is malicious code inserted into an RFID tag to alter or corrupt data in an RFID system.
  • RFID skimming - RFID skimming is the wireless interception of information from RFID chip-based debit, credit and ID cards and other documents, such as passports.
  • RFID tagging - RFID tagging uses small radio frequency identification devices to track and identify objects.

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