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  • SQL Server buffer pool - An SQL Server buffer pool, also called an SQL Server buffer cache, is a place in system memory that is used for caching table and index data pages as they are modified or read from disk.
  • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) - SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a SQL Server subsystem that enables the creation of graphical, mobile and printed reports using SQL Server and other data sources.
  • SQL-ledger - SQL-Ledger (SL) is a Web-based open source double-entry accounting system that is used primarily in the retail and manufacturing sectors.
  • SQL-on-Hadoop - SQL-on-Hadoop is a class of analytical application tools that combine established SQL-style querying with newer Hadoop data framework elements.
  • SQLJ - SQLJ is a set of programming extensions that allow a programmer using the Java programming language to embed statements that provide SQL (Structured Query Language) database requests.
  • SQLJ Java - SQLJ is a set of programming extensions that allow a programmer using the Java programming language to embed statements that provide SQL (Structured Query Language) database requests.
  • SQPSK - Staggered quadrature phase-shift keying (SQPSK), also known as offset quadrature phase-shift keying (OQPSK), is a method of phase-shift keying (PSK) in which the signal carrier-wave phase transition is always 90 degrees or 1/4 cycle at a time.
  • Square (Square Register, Square Wallet) - Square is a mobile payment startup co-founded in 2009 by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey.
  • square foot - The foot squared, also called the square foot, is the standard unit of area in the English foot-pound-second (fps) system.
  • square meter - The square meter, also called the meter squared, is the Standard International (SI) unit of area.
  • square meter (meter squared) - The square meter, also called the meter squared, is the Standard International (SI) unit of area.
  • square root symbol - The square root symbol () is used to indicate the quantity or quantities which, when multiplied by itself or themselves, results in the quantity encompassed by the symbol.
  • SQuID - Also see SQUID, a UNIX-based program for caching Web pages and other Internet content closer to the user.
  • SQUID - I2S (Inter-IC Sound) is a serial bus (path) design for digital audio devices and technologies such as compact disc (CD) players, digital sound processors, and digital TV (DTV) sound.
  • SQUID - SQUID is also an abbreviation for Source Quench Introduced Delay, a networking term, and superconducting quantum interference device.
  • Squid proxy server - Squid is a Unix-based proxy server that caches Internet content closer to a requestor than its original point of origin.
  • SRAM - SRAM (static RAM) is random access memory (RAM) that retains data bits in its memory as long as power is being supplied.
  • SRAM (static random access memory) - SRAM (static RAM) is random access memory (RAM) that retains data bits in its memory as long as power is being supplied.
  • SRE - A serious reportable event (SRE) is an incident involving death or serious harm to a patient resulting from a lapse or error in a healthcare facility.
  • SRI International (SRI) - SRI International (SRI), founded as Stanford Research Institute International, is an independent, non-profit research institute headquartered in Menlo Park, California.
  • SRM - Supplier relationship management (SRM) is the systematic approach of assessing suppliers' contributions and influence on success, determining tactics to maximize suppliers' performance and developing the strategic approach for executing on these determinations.
  • SRM - An important goal of storage resource management is to make it easier for storage administrators to reclaim unused storage.
  • SRM - Sustainability risk management (SRM) is a business strategy that aligns profit goals with a company's environmental policies.
  • SRS - A software requirements specification (SRS) is a comprehensive description of the intended purpose and environment for software under development.
  • SRT bridging - Source-route transparent (SRT) bridging is a bridging scheme developed by IBM that combines source-route bridging (SRB) and transparent bridging in the same network.
  • SRTP - SRTP (Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol or Secure RTP) is an extension to RTP (Real-Time Transport Protocol) that incorporates enhanced security features.
  • SRTP (Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol or Secure RTP) - SRTP (Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol or Secure RTP) is an extension to RTP (Real-Time Transport Protocol) that incorporates enhanced security features.
  • SS7 - Signaling System 7 (SS7) is an international telecommunications standard that defines how network elements in a public switched telephone network (PSTN) exchange information over a digital signaling network.
  • SS7 attack - While the SS7 network is fundamental to cellphones and its operators, the security of the design relied entirely on trust.
  • SSA - Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) is an open standard for high-speed access to high-capacity disk storage.
  • SSADM - SSADM (Structured Systems Analysis & Design Method) is a widely-used computer application development method in the UK, where its use is often specified as a requirement for government computing projects.
  • SSADM (Structured Systems Analysis & Design Method) - SSADM (Structured Systems Analysis & Design Method) is a widely-used computer application development method in the UK, where its use is often specified as a requirement for government computing projects.
  • SSAE 16 - The Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements No.
  • SSD - Client solid state drive (SSD) is a marketing term used by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and value-added resellers (VARs) to differentiate between solid state drives built for consumers and solid state drives built for the enterprise.
  • ssd - An SSD (solid-state drive) is a type of nonvolatile storage media that stores persistent data on solid-state flash memory.
  • SSD - A flash solid state drive (SSD)  is a non-volatile storage device that stores persistent data in flash memory.
  • SSD - A RAM-based solid state drive is a storage device that is made from silicon microchips, has no moving parts and stores data electronically instead of magnetically.
  • SSD (solid-state drive) - An SSD (solid-state drive) is a type of nonvolatile storage media that stores persistent data on solid-state flash memory.
  • SSD caching - SSD caching, also known as flash caching, is the temporary storage of data on NAND flash memory chips in a solid-state drive so data requests can be met with improved speed.
  • SSD capacity - solid state drive (SSD) capacity.
  • SSD form factor - An SSD form factor is the size, configuration or physical arrangement of solid state storage (SSS) media.
  • SSD overprovisioning - Overprovisioning, in a storage context, is the inclusion of extra storage capacity in a flash solid state drive (SSD).
  • SSD purge - SSD purge is the process of returning a flash memory device to its original state at the time of manufacturing and effectively erasing any data that has been written to the device.
  • SSD purge (solid state drive purge) - SSD purge is the process of returning a flash memory device to its original state at the time of manufacturing and effectively erasing any data that has been written to the device.
  • SSD RAID - SSD RAID (solid-state drive RAID) is a methodology commonly used to protect data by distributing redundant data blocks across multiple SSDs.
  • SSD RAID (solid-state drive RAID) - SSD RAID (solid-state drive RAID) is a methodology commonly used to protect data by distributing redundant data blocks across multiple SSDs.
  • SSD TRIM - SSD TRIM is an Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) command that enables an operating system to inform a NAND flash solid-state drive (SSD) which data blocks it can erase because they are no longer in use.
  • SSD write cycle - An SSD write cycle is the process of programming data to a NAND flash memory chip in a solid-state storage device.
  • SSH - SSH, also known as Secure Shell or Secure Socket Shell, is a network protocol that gives users, particularly system administrators, a secure way to access a computer over an unsecured network.
  • SSI - Single-system image (SSI) is the idea that the resources provided by cluster computing or in any system which aggregates resources should present a single interface to the user.
  • SSI - A server-side include is a variable value (for example, a file "Last modified" date) that a server can include in an HTML file before it sends it to the requestor.
  • SSI injection - SSI injection is a form of attack that can be used to compromise Web sites that contain SSI (server-side include) statements.
  • SSID - A service set identifier (SSID) is a sequence of characters that uniquely names a wireless local area network (WLAN).
  • SSL - Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a computer networking protocol for securing connections between network application clients and servers over an insecure network, such as the internet.
  • SSL - Solid-state lighting (SSL) is a technology in which light-emitting diodes (LEDs) replace conventional incandescent and fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes.
  • SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) - Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a networking protocol designed for securing connections between web clients and web servers over an insecure network, such as the internet.
  • SSL card - A server accelerator card (also known as an SSL card) is a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) card used to generate encryption keys for secure transactions on e-commerce Web sites.
  • SSL certificate (Secure Sockets Layer certificate) - A Secure Sockets Layer certificate, known commonly as an SSL certificate, is a small data file installed on a Web server that allows for a secure connection between a Web server and a Web browser.
  • SSL checker (secure socket layer checker) - An SSL checker (Secure Sockets Layer checker) is a tool that helps an organization verify proper installation of an SSL certificate on a Web server to ensure it is valid, trusted and will work properly for its users.
  • SSL VPN - An SSL VPN is a type of virtual private network that uses the Secure Sockets Layer protocol -- or, more often, its successor, the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol -- in standard web browsers to provide secure, remote-access VPN capability.
  • SSL VPN (Secure Sockets Layer virtual private network) - An SSL VPN is a type of virtual private network (VPN) that uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol -- or, more often, its successor, the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol -- in standard web browsers to provide secure, remote-access VPN capability.
  • SSM - A solid state module is solid state storage that resides in a Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) or similar form factor.
  • SSO - Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials (e.
  • SSP - Also see two related terms, application service provider and management service provider.
  • SSS - Stand-alone SSS is solid state storage that is not integrated with spinning hard drive disks as in a hybrid flash array.
  • SSS garbage collection - Garbage collection, like TRIM, pro-actively eliminates the need for whole block erasures prior to every write operation.
  • SSS PTS - Solid State Storage Performance Test Specification (SSS PTS) is a set of procedures for evaluating the performance of NAND-based solid state storage (SSS).
  • SSSI - The Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI) is an initiative formed by the Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA) to help foster and grow the adoption of solid-state storage in enterprise and client environments.
  • SST virus - The Anna Kournikova VBS.
  • SSTV - Slow-scan television (SSTV) is a mode of video communications in which a sequence of fixed images is sent and received at intervals of several seconds.
  • stablecoin - Stablecoin is a fixed-price cryptocurrency whose market value is attached to another stable asset.
  • stack - TCP/IP is frequently referred to as a "stack.
  • stack overflow - A stack overflow is an undesirable condition in which a particular computer program tries to use more memory space than the call stack has available.
  • stack pointer - A stack pointer is a small register that stores the address of the last program request in a stack.
  • stack smashing - Stack smashing is causing a stack in a computer application or operating system to overflow.
  • stackable hub - A stackable hub is a hub designed to be connected and stacked or positioned on top of another hub, forming an expanding stack.
  • stacked organic light emitting device - SOLED (stacked organic light-emitting device) is a display technology from the Universal Display Corporation (UDC) that uses a stack of transparent organic light-emitting devices (TOLED s) to improve resolution and enhance full-color quality.
  • stacked organic light-emitting device - SOLED (stacked organic light-emitting device) is a display technology from the Universal Display Corporation (UDC) that uses a stack of transparent organic light-emitting devices (TOLED s) to improve resolution and enhance full-color quality.
  • stacked ranking - Stacked ranking is an employee evaluation method that slots a certain percentage of employees into each of several  levels of performance.
  • stackloader - A stackloader (also known as an autoloader) is a tape storage device that automatically loads tape cartridges using a robotic mechanism.
  • staggered quadrature phase-shift keying - Staggered quadrature phase-shift keying (SQPSK), also known as offset quadrature phase-shift keying (OQPSK), is a method of phase-shift keying (PSK) in which the signal carrier-wave phase transition is always 90 degrees or 1/4 cycle at a time.
  • staging environment - A staging environment, or staging, provides a nearly exact replica of a production environment for software testing.
  • stakeholder - A stakeholder is a person or group who has an interest -- vested or otherwise -- in an enterprise and whose support is required in order for an enterprise to be successful.
  • stale data - In computer processing, if a processor changes the value of an operand and then, at a subsequent time, fetches the operand and obtains the old rather than the new value of the operand, then it is said to have seen stale data.
  • stamped e-mail - Certified e-mail, also known as authenticated e-mail or stamped e-mail, is a system in which senders of commercial e-mail messages pay a small fee to ensure that their messages will bypass spam filters to reach intended recipients.
  • stamped email - Certified e-mail, also known as authenticated e-mail or stamped e-mail, is a system in which senders of commercial e-mail messages pay a small fee to ensure that their messages will bypass spam filters to reach intended recipients.
  • stamped multisession CD standard - The Blue Book is the informal name for the standard specification document for stamped multisession (also known as the enhanced CD or E-CD) disk format, developed in 1995 from a supplement to Philips and Sony's 1988 Orange Book.
  • stand alone solid state storage - Stand-alone SSS is solid state storage that is not integrated with spinning hard drive disks as in a hybrid flash array.
  • stand up - In agile software development, a stand-up is a daily progress meeting, traditionally held within a development area.
  • stand-alone solid state storage - Stand-alone SSS is solid state storage that is not integrated with spinning hard drive disks as in a hybrid flash array.
  • stand-alone solid state storage (SSS) - Stand-alone SSS is solid state storage that is not integrated with spinning hard drive disks as in a hybrid flash array.
  • stand-up - In agile software development, a stand-up is a daily progress meeting, traditionally held within a development area.
  • standalone dump - A standalone dump is the copying of the contents of computer main storage (random access memory) to another storage device, usually for the purpose of debugging a programming problem.
  • standard - A standard is a generally agreed-upon technology, method or format for a given application.
  • standard definition television - Standard definition television (SDTV) is a digital television (DTV) format that provides a picture quality similar to digital versatile disk (DVD).
  • standard definition television (SDTV) - Standard definition television (SDTV) is a digital television (DTV) format that provides a picture quality similar to digital versatile disk (DVD).
  • Standard Generalized Markup Language - SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) is a standard for how to specify a document markup language or tag set.
  • Standard Industrial Classification Code - The Standard Industrial Classification Code is a category within the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system, which was established to classify all industries in the US economy.
  • Standard MIDI File - The SMF (Standard MIDI File) was developed to allow musicians and audio file developers to transfer their sequenced MIDI data from one software application to another.
  • Standard MIDI File - The SMF (Standard MIDI File) was developed to allow musicians and audio file developers to transfer their sequenced MIDI data from one software application to another.

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