Slang VoIP

VoIP

According to abbreviationfinder, VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Mobile VoIP is the voice over IP protocol (VoIP) applied in mobile phones. This means that the voice signal that is transmitted in a communication between two mobile terminals travels through the Internet using an IP protocol. With the latest advances in mobile telephony, it has been possible to make terminals powerful enough to allow an Internet connection through wireless…

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Slang Windows XP

Slang Windows XP

Service Packs From time to time, Microsoft distributes packages called Service Packs, which contain all the updates to date, as well as some new applications that ensure a safe operating system. Below are detailed, since its launch Microsoft has developed. Service pack 1 According to abbreviationfinder, SP1 for Windows XP was released on November 9, 2002. The features it has are as follows: The most visible novelty was the incorporation…

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Slang ERP

ERP

According to abbreviationfinder, ERP stands for Enterprise resource planning. They are information management systems that integrate and automate many of the business practices associated with the operational or productive aspects of a company. Software solution that addresses the needs, taking the vision of an organization’s processes to achieve the organizational goals that integrate all the functions of a company, facilitates integration throughout the Company with information systems that cover all…

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Slang BSD

Slang BSD

According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG, BSD stands for Berkeley Software Distribution. It is used to identify an Operating System derived from the Unix system born from the contributions made to that system by the University of California at Berkeley. In the early years of the Unix system, its creators, the Bell Laboratories of the AT&T company, authorized the University of California at Berkeley and other universities to use the source code and…

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Slang Scheduler

Slang Scheduler

What is a scheduler? Different processes run continuously in an IT system. So that each process can be carried out quickly and appropriately, it is planned by schedulers that can differentiate between processes and sometimes prioritize them. Process schedulers (“process planners”) have the task of scheduling processes in IT systems. So you tell the processor when which task is to be done and which resources are required for this. A…

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Slang IAST

Slang IAST

What is IAST? Interactive Application Security Testing is a special procedure to improve the security of web applications. The scanner observes the behavior of the application in real time. This concept is considered very reliable. The English vocabulary “Interactive Application Security Testing” (IAST) freely translated means “interactive testing of the security of applications”. Specifically, these are scanners that monitor the behavior of the relevant apps in real time. This live…

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Slang Graphical User Interface (GUI)

Graphical User Interface

According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG, GUI is an acronym for Graphical User Interface. The graphical user interface is a program or environment that manages the interaction with the user based on visual relationships such as icons, menus or a pointer. Brief history of GUI The origin of the GUI could be said to have taken place thanks to the theories of Vannevar Bush. In 1945 he published his now famous article “How…

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Slang VR

VR GLASSES

With VR glasses, users can experience virtual reality and enjoy 360-degree videos from a completely new perspective. “Virtual Reality” (VR) creates new possibilities, and many filmmakers, graphic designers and software developers are increasingly using 360-degree content for their new products. Virtual reality offers great potential, especially for the tourism and games industry. VR glasses users have the impression of being part of the virtual world. Many glasses use stereoscopic human…

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Slang VPN

VPN (Virtual Private Network)

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a virtual communication network that enables mobile access to various networks. Encryption and authentication processes protect the transmission of sensitive data from unauthorized access. Via VPN it is possible to connect to certain networks from anywhere in the world for private and professional purposes VPN is based on an encrypted internet connection. The transmitted data and information cannot be viewed by third parties A VPN connection…

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Slang Virtual Reality

VIRTUAL REALITY

Virtual Reality stands for immersion in a computer-generated reality. The special thing about it is that it is possible to interact with the virtual environment and not just be there as a spectator. While technology a few years ago was only used in certain areas such as B. has been applied to pilot training in aircraft simulators, it has recently gained increasing acceptance in broad sections of the entertainment industry.…

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