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  • rolling forecast - A rolling forecast is a business projection that adapts for the passage of time.
  • rollout - A rollout is a staged series of activities that often accumulate meaning as they occur.
  • rollover - In creating page for a Web site, a rollover (some people call it a "mouseover") is a technique using JavaScript that lets you change a page element (usuallly a graphic image) when the user rolls the mouse over something on the page (like a line of text or a graphic image).
  • Rollyo - 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.
  • ROM - Read-only memory, or ROM, is a type of computer storage containing non-volatile, permanent data that, normally, can only be read, not written to.
  • ROM emulation - ROM emulation is the process of copying data from a ROM (read-only memory) chip to a storage medium such as a hard disk or flash memory.
  • romance scam - A romance scam is a fraudulent scheme in which a swindler pretends romantic interest in a target, establishes a relationship and then attempts to get money or sensitive information from the target under various false pretenses.
  • 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.
  • room-scale VR (room-scale virtual reality) - Room-scale VR (room-scale virtual reality) is the use of a clear space to allow movement for someone using a VR application such as virtual reality gaming.
  • Roomba - Roomba is the name of a robotic vacuum produced by iRobot Corporation of Burlington, Mass.
  • root cause analysis - Root cause analysis is a way to determine how a problematic event occurred by examining why, how and when the casual factors happened after the fact.
  • root mean square - In a direct current (DC) circuit, voltage or current is simple to define, but in an alternating current (AC) circuit, the definition is more complicated, and can be done in several ways.
  • root partition - A root partition is the isolated area in a Microsoft Hyper-V environment where the hypervisor runs.
  • root-mean-square - In a direct current (DC) circuit, voltage or current is simple to define, but in an alternating current (AC) circuit, the definition is more complicated, and can be done in several ways.
  • root-mean-square (RMS) - In a direct current (DC) circuit, voltage or current is simple to define, but in an alternating current (AC) circuit, the definition is more complicated, and can be done in several ways.
  • rootkit - A rootkit is a program or, more often, a collection of software tools that gives a threat actor remote access to and control over a computer or other system.
  • rootkits - A rootkit is a program or, more often, a collection of software tools that gives a threat actor remote access to and control over a computer or other system.
  • Roots of Trust (RoT) - Roots of Trust (RoT) is a set of functions in the trusted computing module that are always trusted by the computer’s operating system (OS).
  • RoR - Ruby on Rails is an open-source framework for database-backed web development in Ruby, an object-oriented programming language similar to Perl and Python.
  • ROT (redundant, outdated, trivial information) - ROT (redundant, obsolete or trivial) is digital documentation that an organization continues to retain even though the information that is documented has no business or legal value.
  • rotational acceleration - Angular acceleration, also called rotational acceleration, is a quantitative expression of the change in angular velocity that a spinning object undergoes per unit time.
  • rotational velocity - Angular velocity, also called rotational velocity, is a quantitative expression of the amount of rotation that a spinning object undergoes per unit time.
  • ROTFL - This handy fast reference will help you quickly understand hundreds of Text, Twitter and Chat abbreviations and acronyms that are popularly used in text messages and social media.
  • round robin - A round robin is an arrangement of choosing all elements in a group equally in some rational order, usually from the top to the bottom of a list and then starting again at the top of the list and so on.
  • round trip time - Round-trip time (RTT), also called round-trip delay, is the time required for a signal pulse or packet to travel from a specific source to a specific destination and back again.
  • round-trip delay - Round-trip time (RTT), also called round-trip delay, is the time required for a signal pulse or packet to travel from a specific source to a specific destination and back again.
  • round-trip time - Round-trip time (RTT), also called round-trip delay, is the time required for a signal pulse or packet to travel from a specific source to a specific destination and back again.
  • round-trip time (RTT) - Round-trip time (RTT), also called round-trip delay, is the time required for a signal pulse or packet to travel from a specific source to a specific destination and back again.
  • rounding error - Rounding error is the difference between a rounded-off numerical value and the actual value.
  • RoundTable - Microsoft RoundTable is a videoconference device designed to simulate in-person meetings.
  • route aggregation - Route summarization, also called route aggregation, is a method of minimizing the number of routing tables in an IP (Internet Protocol) network.
  • route summarization - Route summarization, also called route aggregation, is a method of minimizing the number of routing tables in an IP (Internet Protocol) network.
  • route summarization (route aggregation) - Route summarization, also called route aggregation, is a method of minimizing the number of routing tables in an IP (Internet Protocol) network.
  • router - A router is a physical or virtual appliance that passes information between two or more packet-switched computer networks.
  • routine - In computer programming, routine and subroutine are general and nearly synonymous terms for any sequence of code that is intended to be called and used repeatedly during the executable of a program.
  • routing - A router is a physical or virtual appliance that passes information between two or more packet-switched computer networks.
  • Routing and Special Handling - RASHport, also called RASH (Routing and Special Handling), is a digital communications protocol that allows customers of the NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations) to conduct business in the options market.
  • Routing Information Protocol - Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a distance vector protocol that uses hop count as its primary metric.
  • Routing Information Protocol (RIP) - Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is a distance vector protocol that uses hop count as its primary metric.
  • routing table - A routing table is a set of rules, often viewed in table format, that is used to determine where data packets traveling over an Internet Protocol (IP) network will be directed.
  • roving analysis port - Port mirroring is an approach to monitoring network traffic that involves forwarding a copy of each packet from one network switch port to another.
  • row address strobe - In computer memory technology, RAS (row address strobe) is a signal sent to a dynamic random access memory (DRAM) that tells it that an associated address is a row address.
  • ROWE - A Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) is one in which the most important criteria for evaluating employee performance is the completion of satisfactory work on time.
  • Rowhammer - Rowhammer is a vulnerability in commodity dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips that allows an attacker to exploit devices with DRAM memory by repeatedly accessing (hammering) a row of memory until it causes bit flips and transistors in adjacent rows of memory reverse their binary state: ones turn into zeros and vice versa.
  • RPC - Remote Procedure Call (RPC) is a protocol that one program can use to request a service from a program located in another computer on a network without having to understand the network's details.
  • RPC over HTTP - RPC over HTTP (Remote Procedure Call over HTTP) is a protocol that allows a client on the Internet to connect securely to a Microsoft Exchange Server without having to log into a virtual private network (VPN) first.
  • RPG - A role-playing game (RPG) is a game in which each participant assumes the role of a character, generally in a fantasy or science fiction setting, that can interact within the game's imaginary world.
  • RPG - RPG (Report Program Generator) is a programming language that originated as a report-building program used in DEC and IBM minicomputer operating systems and evolved into a fully procedural programming language.
  • RPM - Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a subcategory of homecare telehealth that allows patients to use mobile medical devices or technology to gather patient-generated health data (PGHD) and send it to healthcare professionals.
  • RPM - RPM Package Manager (also known simply as RPM), originally called the Red-hat Package Manager, is a program for installing, uninstalling, and managing software packages in Linux.
  • RPM Package Manager - RPM Package Manager (also known simply as RPM), originally called the Red-hat Package Manager, is a program for installing, uninstalling, and managing software packages in Linux.
  • RPM Package Manager (Red-hat Package Manager) - RPM Package Manager (RPM), originally called the Red-hat Package Manager, is a program for installing, uninstalling, and managing software packages in Linux.
  • RPO - The recovery point objective (RPO) is the age of files that must be recovered from backup storage for normal operations to resume if a computer, system or network goes down as a result of a hardware, program or communications failure.
  • RPR - Resilient Packet Ring (RPR) is a network topology being developed as a new standard for fiber optic rings.
  • RPT - Rich presence is an enhanced form of presence awareness in which participants can determine if other users are online and if so, observe to a limited extent what they are doing and how they are doing it.
  • RRAM - 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.
  • RRAM or ReRAM (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.
  • RS Means - RS Means is a division of Reed Business Information that provides cost information to the construction industry so contractors in the industry can provide accurate estimates and projections for their project costs.
  • RS-232C - RS-232C is a long-established standard ("C" is the current version) that describes the physical interface and protocol for relatively low-speed serial data communication between computers and related devices.
  • RSA algorithm - The RSA algorithm is the basis of a cryptosystem -- a suite of cryptographic algorithms that are used for specific security services or purposes -- which enables public key encryption and is widely used to secure sensitive data, particularly when it is being sent over an insecure network such as the internet.
  • RSA algorithm (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) - The RSA algorithm is the basis of a cryptosystem -- a suite of cryptographic algorithms that are used for specific security services or purposes -- which enables public key encryption and is widely used to secure sensitive data, particularly when it is being sent over an insecure network such as the internet.
  • RSA Security - RSA Security is a United States-based organization that creates encryption, network and computer security products.
  • RSAT (Microsoft Remote Server Administration Tools) - RSAT (Remote Server Administration Tools) is a feature that began in Windows Server 2008 R2 to help admins remotely manage computers running Windows Server.
  • 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.
  • RSNA - Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is a society of radiologists and similar health scientists that seeks to encourage connections between colleagues and provide scientists with a platform for radiology education and research.
  • RSoP - 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.
  • RSoP (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.
  • RSS feed - RSS is an XML-based vocabulary that specifies a means of sharing news headlines and other content between Web sites.
  • RSVP - 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.
  • RSVP (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.
  • rsync - Rsync is a free software utility for Unix- and Linux-like systems that copies files and directories from one host to another.
  • RT - A retweet (RT) is the repetition of another user's update, or tweet, on Twitter.
  • RTA - A real-time application (RTA) is an application program that functions within a time frame that the user senses as immediate or current.
  • RTA (recovery time actual) - RTA (recovery time actual) is the amount of real-world time it takes for an organization to recover its systems and business processes following an unplanned disruption; that amount of time can differ significantly from the recovery time objective (RTO), although ideally it should be the same or better.
  • RTC - Real-time communications (RTC) is any mode of telecommunications in which all users can exchange information instantly or with negligible latency.
  • RTC - A real-time clock (RTC) is a battery-powered clock that is included in a microchip in a computer motherboard.
  • RTCD - A real-time communications dashboard (RTCD) is an application designed to facilitate efficient, convenient real-time communications (RTC) in a business environment.
  • RTD - A reconfigurable tactile display (RTD) is a control interface that provides physical touch input, but that can be configured by programming.
  • RTF - Rich Text Format (RTF) is a file format that lets you exchange text files between different word processors in different operating systems.
  • RTLS - A real-time location system (RTLS) is one of a number of technologies used to pinpoint the current geographic position and location of a target.
  • RTO - The recovery time objective (RTO) is the maximum tolerable length of time that a computer, system, network or application can be down after a failure or disaster occurs.
  • RtOI (real-time operational intelligence) - Real-time operational intelligence (RtOI) is an emerging industrial discipline that allows businesses to intelligently transform vast amounts of operational data into actionable information that is accessible anywhere, anytime and across many devices, including tablets and smartphones.
  • RTOS - A real-time operating system (RTOS) is an operating system that guarantees a certain capability within a specified time constraint.
  • RTP - Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) is a network standard designed for transmitting audio or video data that is optimized for consistent delivery of live data.
  • RTSP - Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is an application-level network communication system that transfers real-time data from multimedia to an endpoint device by communicating directly with the server streaming the data.
  • RTT - Round-trip time (RTT), also called round-trip delay, is the time required for a signal pulse or packet to travel from a specific source to a specific destination and back again.
  • Ruby - Ruby is an open source, interpreted, object-oriented programming language created by Yukihiro Matsumoto, who chose the gemstone's name to suggest "a jewel of a language.
  • Ruby on Rails - Ruby on Rails is an open-source framework for database-backed web development in Ruby, an object-oriented programming language similar to Perl and Python.
  • Ruby on Rails (RoR or Rails) - Ruby on Rails is an open-source framework for database-backed web development in Ruby, an object-oriented programming language similar to Perl and Python.
  • rugged DevOps - Rugged DevOps is an approach to software development that places a priority on ensuring that code is secure at all stages of the software development lifecycle.
  • rule of five (statistics) - The rule of five is a rule of thumb in statistics that estimates the median of a population by choosing a random sample of five from that population.
  • Rule of Least Power - The Rule of Least Power is the notion that a programmer should use the least powerful programming language required to code for a given requirement.
  • rule of thumb - A rule of thumb is a principle that is intended to provide general guidance rather than precise direction.
  • Run commands for XP and Vista - Run commands for XP and Vista.
  • runbook - In a computer system or network, a run book is a written set of procedures for the routine and exceptional operation of the system or network by an administrator or operator.
  • runbook - Runbooks are a set of standardized written procedures for completing repetitive IT processes within a company.
  • runlevel - A runlevel is a Linux operating state that determines which programs can execute when the operating system restarts.
  • running disparity - Running disparity (RD or rd) is the difference between the number of logic 1 bits and logic 0 bits between the start of a data sequence and a particular instant in time during its transmission.
  • runtime - Runtime is when a program is running (or being executable).
  • runtime application self-protection (RASP) - Runtime application self-protection (RASP) is security software that monitors application inputs and behavior and takes action to deal with suspicious events automatically or, if necessary, alert an administrator.
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    An email virus consists of malicious code distributed in email messages to infect one or more devices.

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