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  • SAPUI5 - SAPUI5 is SAP's toolkit for building web applications using HTML5.
  • SAR - In a packet-switched telecommunication network, segmentation and reassembly (SAR, sometimes just referred to as segmentation) is the process of breaking a packet into smaller units before transmission and reassembling them into the proper order at the receiving end of the communication.
  • SAR - A Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) is a document that financial institutions must file with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) following a suspected incident of money laundering or fraud.
  • Sarbanes Oxley - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a federal law that established sweeping auditing and financial regulations for public companies.
  • Sarbanes Oxley Act - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a federal law that established sweeping auditing and financial regulations for public companies.
  • Sarbanes Oxley Act Section 404 - SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404) mandates that all publicly-traded companies must establish internal controls and procedures for financial reporting.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a federal law that established sweeping auditing and financial regulations for public companies.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a federal law that established sweeping auditing and financial regulations for public companies.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) - The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is a federal law that established sweeping auditing and financial regulations for public companies.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404 - SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404) mandates that all publicly-traded companies must establish internal controls and procedures for financial reporting.
  • SAS - Serial-attached SCSI (SAS) is a point-to-point protocol used to transfer digital data between servers and SAS storage devices.
  • SAS 70 - SAS 70 (Statement on Auditing Standards No.
  • SAS 70 (Statement on Auditing Standards No. 70) - SAS 70 (Statement on Auditing Standards No.
  • SAS Institute Inc. - SAS Institute Inc.
  • SAS SSD (Serial-Attached SCSI solid-state drive) - A SAS SSD (Serial-Attached SCSI solid-state drive) is a NAND flash-based storage or caching device designed to fit in the same slot as a hard disk drive (HDD) and use the SAS interface to connect to the host computer.
  • saser (sound amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) - The SASER is the sonic equivalent to the laser and is often referred to as a sound laser or acoustic laser.
  • SASID - Self-Scanned Amorphous Silicon Integrated Display (SASID) is the trade name for an active-matrix liquid crystal display (AMLCD) technology developed by Sarnoff Corporation.
  • SATA - The SATA storage protocol transmits data in serial fashion between hard drives and computer systems.
  • SATA 2 - SATA 2 is a marketing term to describe products that use a revised version of the Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) standard.
  • SATA 2 (SATA II) - SATA 2 is a marketing term to describe products that use a revised version of the Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) standard.
  • SATA controller - A SATA controller handles how hard drives are connected to a computer's motherboard.
  • SATA Express (SATAe) - SATA Express (SATAe or Serial ATA Express) is a bus interface to connect storage devices to a computer motherboard, supporting SATA and PCI Express protocols simultaneously.
  • SATA II - SATA 2 is a marketing term to describe products that use a revised version of the Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) standard.
  • satellite - In general, a satellite is anything that orbits something else, as, for example, the moon orbits the earth.
  • satellite (transmission) - In general, a satellite is anything that orbits something else, as, for example, the moon orbits the earth.
  • satellite constellation (satellite swarm) - A satellite constellation, also called a satellite swarm, is a system of satellites that work together to achieve a single purpose.
  • Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service - Satellite radio, more formally known as Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS), is a broadcasting network in which digital high-fidelity (hi-fi) audio entertainment is transmitted from orbiting satellites to receivers on the surface.
  • satellite Internet connection - A satellite Internet connection is an arrangement in which the upstream (outgoing) and the downstream (incoming) data are sent from, and arrive at, a computer through a satellite.
  • satellite news gathering - Satellite news gathering (SNG) is the use of mobile communications equipment for the purpose of worldwide newscasting.
  • satellite news gathering (SNG) - Satellite news gathering (SNG) is the use of mobile communications equipment for the purpose of worldwide newscasting.
  • satellite radio - Satellite radio, more formally known as Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS), is a broadcasting network in which digital high-fidelity (hi-fi) audio entertainment is transmitted from orbiting satellites to receivers on the surface.
  • satellite radio or Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS) - Satellite radio, more formally known as Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS), is a broadcasting network in which digital high-fidelity (hi-fi) audio entertainment is transmitted from orbiting satellites to receivers on the surface.
  • satellite return Internet connection - A satellite return Internet connection is an arrangement in which incoming data arrives at your computer from a satellite downlink and outgoing data (such as your request for the next Web page) is sent over a regular telephone line.
  • satisficer - A satisficer is a pragmatic individual who makes decisions based on meeting requirements in a timely manner, finding the “good enough” solution and moving on.
  • saturation - Saturation is the fully conducting state in a semiconductor junction.
  • saved state - Saved state, in a virtualization context, is a way to store the current state of a virtual machine so that is possible to return to that state quickly when desired.
  • SAX (Simple API for XML) - SAX (Simple API for XML) is an application program interface (API) that allows a programmer to interpret a Web file that uses the Extensible Markup Language (XML) -- that is, a Web file that describes a collection of data.
  • SB 1386 - In the United States, the California Security Breach Information Act (SB-1386) is a California state law requiring organizations that maintain personal information about individuals to inform those individuals if the security of their information is compromised.
  • SB-1386 - In the United States, the California Security Breach Information Act (SB-1386) is a California state law requiring organizations that maintain personal information about individuals to inform those individuals if the security of their information is compromised.
  • SBIR contract - A type of contract designed to foster technological innovation by small businesses with 500 or fewer employees.
  • SC sustainability - Supply chain sustainability is a holistic perspective of supply chain processes and technologies that goes beyond the focus of delivery, inventory and traditional views of cost.
  • SCADA - SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a category of software application program for process control, the gathering of data in real time from remote locations in order to control equipment and conditions.
  • SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) - SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) is a category of software application program for process control, the gathering of data in real time from remote locations in order to control equipment and conditions.
  • Scala (Scalable Language) - Scala is a software programming language that mixes object-oriented methods with functional programming capabilities.
  • scalability - It is the ability of a computer application or product (hardware or software) to continue to function well as it (or its context) is changed in size or volume in order to meet a user need.
  • scalable - It is the ability of a computer application or product (hardware or software) to continue to function well as it (or its context) is changed in size or volume in order to meet a user need.
  • scalable font - A scalable font is a type font that can be resized (enlarged or reduced)without introducing distortion.
  • Scalable Processor Architecture - SPARC (Scalable Processor Architecture) is a 32- and 64-bit microprocessor architecture from Sun Microsystems that is based on reduced instruction set computing (RISC).
  • Scalable Processor Architecture� - SPARC (Scalable Processor Architecture) is a 32- and 64-bit microprocessor architecture from Sun Microsystems that is based on reduced instruction set computing (RISC).
  • Scalable Vector Graphics - Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is the description of an image as an application of the Extensible Markup Language (XML).
  • Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) - Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is the description of an image as an application of the Extensible Markup Language (XML).
  • scalable video coding (SVC) - Scalable video coding (SVC) is an extension of the H.
  • scalar - In mathematics, scalar (noun) and scalar (adjective) refer to a quantity consisting of a single real number used to measured magnitude (size).
  • scalar product - The dot product, also called the scalar product, of two vectors is a number (scalar quantity) obtained by performing a specific operation on the vector components.
  • Scale Computing - Scale Computing is a hyper-converged infrastructure vendor that ships the HC3, a scale-out storage system for virtual environments that uses Red Hat's KVM hypervisor.
  • scale-out storage - Scale-out storage is a network-attached storage (NAS) architecture in which the total amount of disk space can be expanded as needed, even if some of the new drives reside in other storage arrays.
  • ScaleIO - ScaleIO is a software-defined storage software product from Dell EMC that uses existing hardware or EMC servers to turn direct-attached storage (DAS) into shared block storage.
  • Scalr - Scalr is an information technology (IT) vendor that offers a management platform for cloud computing.
  • scam-baiting - Scam-baiting is the practice of eliciting attention from the perpetrator of a scam by feigning interest in whatever bogus deal is offered.
  • scan code set - The scan set, also called the scan code set, is a function that converts keyboard key closures to digital signals the computer interprets as alphanumeric characters and special symbols.
  • scan converter - A scan converter is a hardware device that converts a video signal into a format compatible with a specific type of display.
  • scan set - The scan set, also called the scan code set, is a function that converts keyboard key closures to digital signals the computer interprets as alphanumeric characters and special symbols.
  • scan set (scan code set) - The scan set, also called the scan code set, is a function that converts keyboard key closures to digital signals the computer interprets as alphanumeric characters and special symbols.
  • ScanDisk - ScanDisk is a Windows utility used to check your hard disk for errors and to correct problems that are found.
  • scannable resume - An electronic resume is a plain text (ASCII), PDF or HTML document that provides an employer with information regarding a job candidate's professional experience, education and job qualifications and is meant to be read by a computer program instead of by a human being.
  • scanner - A scanner is a device that captures images from photographic prints, posters, magazine pages, and similar sources for computer editing and display.
  • scanner-friendly resume - An electronic resume is a plain text (ASCII), PDF or HTML document that provides an employer with information regarding a job candidate's professional experience, education and job qualifications and is meant to be read by a computer program instead of by a human being.
  • scanning tunneling microscope - A scanning tunneling microscope (STM) is a device that obtains images of the atoms on the surfaces of materials.
  • scanning tunneling microscope (STM) - A scanning tunneling microscope (STM) is a device that obtains images of the atoms on the surfaces of materials.
  • scareware - Scareware is a type of malware designed to trick victims into purchasing and downloading useless and potentially dangerous software.
  • Scarlet Book - The Scarlet Book is Philips and Sony's 1999 specification document for Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD), a high-resolution audio format that features complex six-channel sound.
  • SCART connector - A SCART connector is a physical and electrical interconnection between two pieces of audio-visual equipment, such as a television set and a video cassette recorder (VCR).
  • scatter plot - A scatter plot is a set of points plotted on a horizontal and vertical axes.
  • SCCP - Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) is a Cisco proprietary standard for terminal control for use with voice over IP (VoIP).
  • SCCP - Signalling Connection Control Part (SCCP) is a portion of International Telecommunication Union (ITU) recommendation Q.
  • SCE - Supply chain execution (SCE) is the flow of tasks involved in the supply chain, such as order fulfilment, procurement, warehousing and transporting.
  • SCEM (supply chain event management) - Supply chain event management (SCEM) refers to software that is used to manage events that occur within and between organizations or supply chain partners.
  • scenario - Scenarios are potential events or combinations of events that could have an effect on a business -- typically a given scenario carries either risk or opportunity.
  • scenario planning - Scenario planning allows a business to prepare for various potential events and situations, known as scenarios.
  • schema - In computer programming, a schema (pronounced SKEE-mah) is the organization or structure for a database.
  • schemata - In computer programming, a schema (pronounced SKEE-mah) is the organization or structure for a database.
  • Schrodinger's cat - Schrödinger's cat is a famous hypothetical experiment designed to point out a flaw in the Copenhagen interpretation of superposition as it applies to quantum theory.
  • SCI - A serial communications interface (SCI) is a device that enables the serial (one bit at a time) exchange of data between a microprocessor and peripherals such as printers, external drives, scanners, or mice.
  • scientific method - Scientific method is a logical approach to seeking knowledge that involves forming and testing a hypothesis.
  • scientific notation - Scientific notation, also called power-of-10 notation, is a method of writing extremely large and small numbers.
  • scientific notation (power-of-10 notation) - Scientific notation, also called power-of-10 notation, is a method of writing extremely large and small numbers.
  • SCL - Spam confidence level (SCL) is a numerical value indicating the likelihood that an incoming email message is spam.
  • SCM - Supply chain management (SCM) is the broad range of activities required to plan, control and execute a product's flow, from acquiring raw materials and production through distribution to the final customer, in the most streamlined and cost-effective way possible.
  • Scooba - Scooba is the name of a robot designed for vacuuming, scrubbing, and drying floors in households and businesses.
  • Scooter - Scooter is the Web "crawler" for the AltaVista public search engine.
  • scope creep - Feature creep (sometimes known as requirements creep or scope creep) is a tendency for product or project requirements to increase during development beyond those originally foreseen, leading to features that weren't originally planned and resulting risk to product quality or schedule.
  • SCP - Supply chain planning (SCP) is the component of supply chain management (SCM) involved with predicting future requirements to balance supply and demand.
  • scraper site - A scraper site is a website that features content stolen from other sites and presented as original.
  • Scratch - Scratch is a free object-oriented software development kit (SDK) that allows children age 8-16 to create animations, interactive stories, games and music without needing to know a specific programming language.
  • screaming cell phone - A screaming cell phone is a cellular telephone that is programmed to emit a noise like human screaming.
  • screen - In a computer display, the screen is the physical surface on which visual information is presented.
  • screen capture - A screen shot (sometimes called a screen capture) is an image of a computer desktop that can be saved as a graphics file.
  • screen door effect - The screen door effect is a mesh-like appearance that occurs where visible gaps between pixels are seen on an electronic screen, usually when viewed at close proximity.
  • screen name - In a computer network, a screen name is the name a user chooses to use when communicating with others online.
  • screen order - Backward mapping (also known as inverse mapping or screen order) is a technique used in texture mapping to create a 2D image from 3D data.

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