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  • V Model - The V-Model, also called the Vee-Model, is a product-development process originally developed in Germany for government defense projects.
  • v-commerce - Virtual commerce (sometimes known as vCommerce, v-commerce, or vCom) is a type of application, service, or product feature that helps enterprises implement strategies and design Web sites for e-commerce (the buying and selling of goods and services using the Internet).
  • V-Model - The V-Model, also called the Vee-Model, is a product-development process originally developed in Germany for government defense projects.
  • V-Model (Vee-Model) - The V-Model, also called the Vee-Model, is a product-development process originally developed in Germany for government defense projects.
  • v-rep - A virtual agent (sometimes called an intelligent virtual agent, virtual rep or chatbot) is a software program that uses scripted rules and, increasingly, artificial intelligence applications to provide automated service or guidance to humans.
  • V.22 - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.22bis - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.32 - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.32bis - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.32terbo - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.34 - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.34bis - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.35 - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V.42 - The V Series Recommendations from the ITU-TS are summarized in the table below.
  • V/m - The standard unit of electric field (E-field) strength is the volt per meter (V/m).
  • V2P - Virtual to physical (V2P) is a term that refers to the migration of an operating system (OS), application programs and data from a virtual machine or disk partition to a computer's main hard disk.
  • V2V - Virtual to virtual (V2V) is a term that refers to the migration of an operating system (OS), application programs and data from a virtual machine or disk partition to another virtual machine or disk partition.
  • VA - Volt-ampere (VA) is a measurement of power in a direct current (DC) electrical circuit.
  • VAAI - vStorage API for Array Integration (VAAI) is an application program interface (API) framework from VMware that enables certain storage tasks, such as thin provisioning, to be offloaded from the VMware server virtualization hardware to the storage array.
  • vacuum tube - Also see cathode ray tube (CRT), the specialized kind of vacuum tube that is in most desktop display monitors.
  • vacuum tube (VT, electron tube or valve) - Also see cathode ray tube (CRT), the specialized kind of vacuum tube that is in most desktop display monitors.
  • VAD - In Voice over IP (VOiP), voice activation detection (VAD) is a software application that allows a data network carrying voice traffic over the Internet to detect the absence of audio and conserve bandwidth by preventing the transmission of "silent packets" over the network.
  • VAL IT (value from IT investments) - VAL IT (value from IT investments) is a framework that outlines governance best practices for information technology-enabled business investments.
  • validated learning - Validated learning is an approach to demonstrating progress against business goals when traditional key performance indicators (KPIs) are not very useful.
  • validation set - A validation set is a set of data used to train artificial intelligence (AI) with the goal of finding and optimizing the best model to solve a given problem.
  • validator - An HTML validator is a quality assurance program used to check Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) markup elements for syntax errors.
  • validity period - A cryptoperiod (sometimes called a key lifetime or a validity period) is a specific time span during which a cryptographic key setting remains in effect.
  • value added network - A value-added network (VAN) is a private network provider (sometimes called a turnkey communications line) that is hired by a company to facilitate electronic data interchange (EDI) or provide other network services.
  • value added reseller - A value-added reseller (VAR) is a company that resells software, hardware and networking products and provides value beyond order fulfillment.
  • Value Analysis - Incremental Revenue (Value) Analysis is a process used to calculate the value of each agent in a call center.
  • value chain - A value chain is a concept describing the full chain of a business's activities in the creation of a product or service -- from the initial reception of materials all the way through its delivery to market, and everything in between.
  • value driver - A value driver is an activity or capability that adds worth to a product, service or brand.
  • value innovation - Value innovation is the implementation of upgrades or new technologies designed to help a company differentiate its products or services while lowering costs.
  • value proposition - A value proposition is a statement that clearly identifies the benefits a company's products and services will deliver to its customers.
  • value stream mapping - Value stream mapping is a Toyota lean manufacturing visualization tool for documenting all the processes that are required to bring a product to market.
  • value-added network - A value-added network (VAN) is a private network provider (sometimes called a turnkey communications line) that is hired by a company to facilitate electronic data interchange (EDI) or provide other network services.
  • value-added reseller - A value-added reseller (VAR) is a company that resells software, hardware and networking products and provides value beyond order fulfillment.
  • value-added reseller (VAR) - A value-added reseller (VAR) is a company that resells software, hardware and networking products and provides value beyond order fulfillment.
  • value-based healthcare - Value-based healthcare, also known as value-based care, is a payment model that rewards healthcare providers for providing quality care to patients.
  • value-based pricing - Value-based pricing is a method of arriving at an amount to charge for goods or services through assessing their perceived value to the purchaser.
  • value-sensitive design (VSD) - Value-sensitive design (VSD) is a concept that advocates the consideration of human principles and standards when planning technology.
  • valve - Also see cathode ray tube (CRT), the specialized kind of vacuum tube that is in most desktop display monitors.
  • valve - A valve is a mechanism that opens and closes to control the flow of fluids.
  • vam - SPIT (spam over Internet telephony), sometimes known as vam (voice or VoIP spam), is unsolicited bulk messages broadcast over VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) to phones connected to the Internet.
  • VAMP - vStorage API for Multipathing (VAMP) is a set of application program interfaces (APIs) from VMware that help to control I/O path selection in a host to storage devices.
  • VAN - A value-added network (VAN) is a private network provider (sometimes called a turnkey communications line) that is hired by a company to facilitate electronic data interchange (EDI) or provide other network services.
  • VAN - A virtual area network (VAN) is a network on which users are enabled to share a more visual sense of community through high band-width connections.
  • vandal - A vandal is an executable file, usually an applet or an ActiveX control, associated with a Web page that is designed to be harmful, malicious, or at the very least inconvenient to the user.
  • vanilla - In information technology, vanilla (pronounced vah-NIHL-uh) is an adjective meaning plain or basic.
  • vanity metrics - A vanity metric is a unit of measurement that looks positive but fails to provide the viewer with any information that can be used to drive future actions.
  • vanity URL (vanity uniform resource locator) - A vanity uniform resource locator is a truncated URL that extends an organization's brand.
  • vapor cooling - Phase-change cooling, also called vapor cooling, is a microprocessor-cooling technology that works according to the same principles as a conventional refrigerator, freezer or air conditioner.
  • vaporware - Vaporware is software or hardware that is announced publicly and actively promoted by a vendor even though it does not yet exist.
  • VAR - A value-added reseller (VAR) is a company that resells software, hardware and networking products and provides value beyond order fulfillment.
  • VAR agreement (value-added reseller agreement) - A VAR agreement is a legal contract between a manufacturer and a value-added reseller that specifies details of the rights and obligations of both parties.
  • VAR-to-VAR - VAR-to-VAR is a business model based on cooperation between value-added resellers (VARs) that allows the companies to obtain professional services and solutions outside their specialties or geographic areas.
  • variable - In programming, a variable is a value that can change, depending on conditions or on information passed to the program.
  • variable length subnet mask - Definition: Learn what a variable-length subnet mask (VLSM) is and how it allows network engineers to reduce the number of wasted IP addresses in each subnet.
  • Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM) - Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM) is a subnet -- a segmented piece of a larger network -- design strategy where all subnet masks can have varying sizes.
  • variable manipulation - Variable manipulation is a method of specifying or editing variables in a computer program.
  • variable speed limit (VSL) - A variable speed limit is a flexible restriction on the rates at which motorists can drive on a given stretch of road.
  • variable-length subnet mask - Definition: Learn what a variable-length subnet mask (VLSM) is and how it allows network engineers to reduce the number of wasted IP addresses in each subnet.
  • VASA - vStorage APIs for Storage Awareness (VASA) is a set of application program interfaces (APIs), released with VMware’s vSphere 5, that enables vSphere vCenter to recognize the capabilities of storage arrays that support the API.
  • vascular ID - Finger vein ID is a biometric authentication system that matches the vascular pattern in an individual's finger to previously obtained data.
  • VAX - VAX (Virtual Address eXtension) is an established line of mid-range server computers from the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).
  • VAX (Virtual Address eXtension) - VAX (Virtual Address eXtension) is an established line of mid-range server computers from the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC).
  • VB - Visual Basic (VB) is an event-driven programming language and environment from Microsoft that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) which allows programmers to modify code by simply dragging and dropping objects and defining their behavior and appearance.
  • VB .NET - Visual Basic .
  • VB NET - Visual Basic .
  • VB.NET - Visual Basic .
  • VBI - The vertical blanking interval (VBI) is a portion of a television signal that can carry information other than video or audio, such as closed-caption text and stock market data.
  • Vblock (VCE Vblock) - Vblock is VCE’s hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) product family.
  • VBN - Visitor-based networking (VBN) is the provision of high-speed Internet access for mobile PC users in need of temporary service in public places.
  • VBNET - Visual Basic .
  • vBNS - The vBNS (very high-speed Backbone Network Service) is a network that interconnects a number of supercomputer centers in the United States and is reserved for science applications requiring the massive computing that supercomputers can provide.
  • VBR - Vouch By Reference (VBR) is a protocol for adding third-party certification to email.
  • VBS.SST - The Anna Kournikova VBS.
  • VBScript - VBScript is an interpreted script language from Microsoft that is a subset of its Visual Basic programming language designed for interpretation by Web browsers.
  • VC - Venture capital (VC) is funding invested, or available for investment, in an enterprise that offers the probability of profit along with the possibility of loss.
  • VCAP (VMware Certified Advanced Professional) - VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) is VMware's third highest certification level out of four levels.
  • vCard - A vCard is an electronic business (or personal) card and also the name of an industry specification for the kind of communication exchange that is done on business or personal cards.
  • VCB proxy (VMware Consolidated Backup proxy) - VCB proxy (VMware Consolidated Backup proxy) is the server that collects virtual machine (VM) backup data from VMware Consolidated Backup.
  • VCD - VCD (also called video CD, video compact disc or "disc") is a compact diskformat based on CD-ROM XAthat is specifically designed to hold MPEG-1video data and to include interactive capabilities.
  • VCD (video CD or video compact disc) - VCD (also called video CD, video compact disc or "disc") is a compact diskformat based on CD-ROM XAthat is specifically designed to hold MPEG-1video data and to include interactive capabilities.
  • VCDX (VMware certified design expert) - VCDX (VMware certified design expert) is VMware's highest certification level.
  • vCIO (virtual CIO) - A vCIO, or virtual CIO, is a contractor or company that serves as an organization's chief information officer.
  • vCom - Virtual commerce (sometimes known as vCommerce, v-commerce, or vCom) is a type of application, service, or product feature that helps enterprises implement strategies and design Web sites for e-commerce (the buying and selling of goods and services using the Internet).
  • vCommerce - Virtual commerce (sometimes known as vCommerce, v-commerce, or vCom) is a type of application, service, or product feature that helps enterprises implement strategies and design Web sites for e-commerce (the buying and selling of goods and services using the Internet).
  • vCPE (virtual customer premises equipment) - Virtual customer premises equipment (also referred to as vCPE or cloud CPE) are enterprise network services delivered through software.
  • VCR - A VCR (videocassette recorder) is an electromechanical device for recording and playing back full-motion audio-visual programming on cassettes containing magnetic tape.
  • VCR (videocassette recorder) - A VCR (videocassette recorder) is an electromechanical device for recording and playing back full-motion audio-visual programming on cassettes containing magnetic tape.
  • VCSEL - A vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) is a specialized laser diode that promises to revolutionize fiber optic communications by improving efficiency and increasing data speed.
  • VDA (Virtual Desktop Access) - Windows Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) is an authorization strategy that requires each device seeking access to a virtual desktop in a Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) to be licensed.
  • VDD - In certain Microsoft operating systems, a virtual device driver is a program that handles software interrupts from the operating system (rather than hardware interrupts) for each of the computer's main hardware devices, including the hard disk drive controller, keyboard, and serial and parallel ports.
  • VDI - Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is a desktop virtualization technology wherein a desktop operating system, typically Microsoft Windows, runs and is managed in a data center.
  • VDI boot storm - A virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI boot storm is the degradation of service that occurs when a significant number of end users boot up within a very narrow time frame and overwhelm the network with data requests.
  • VDS - A virtual private server (VPS), also called a virtual dedicated server (VDS), is a virtual server that appears to the user as a dedicated server, but that is actually installed on a computer serving multiple websites.
  • VDT - VDT (video display terminal, or sometimes visual display terminal) is a term used, especially in ergonomic studies, for the computer display.
  • VDT (video display terminal, visual display terminal) - VDT (video display terminal, or sometimes visual display terminal) is a term used, especially in ergonomic studies, for the computer display.
  • VDU - A video display unit (VDU) consists of:A computer output device that uses a cathode ray tube or other technology to present visual imagesOne or more input devices, such as a keyboard, a mouse, or both.
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