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  • Enterprise VoIP

    Enterprise VoIP services are enterprise-grade versions of residential VoIP and business VoIP solutions that provide large organizations with advanced features and functionality such as private branch exchange (PBX) capabilities, conference calling, desk-to-desk calling, music on hold and automated attendants. Enterprise VoIP offerings may also offer an additional level of security such as IPSec encryption, Voice […]

  • iPad Mini

    The iPad Mini is a smaller, lighter version of the Apple iPad tablet device launched by Apple Inc. on October 23rd, 2012. Like the regular iPad, the iPad Mini runs Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, which is currently available as iOS 6. The iPad Mini also offers a 7.85-inch screen with 1024×768 resolution (as opposed […]

  • attenuation crosstalk ratio

    Also known as headroom, attenuation crosstalk ratio (ACR) is the difference between attenuation and crosstalk at a given frequency along a cable. Measured in decibels, ACR is a calculation used in networking transmission to assure that a signal transmitted across a twisted-pair cable is stronger at the receiving end than any interference signals imposed on […]

  • USB Flash Drive Alliance

    The USB Flash Drive Alliance is a consortium of technology companies launched to educate consumers about the exceptional portability, capacity and utility of USB flash drives.

  • Handheld Scanner

    A small handheld scanning device used for digitizing images. While images from a handheld scanner are considered low quality, today’s technology enables full color 24 bit scanning. Depending on the scanner device type and manufacturer, handheld scanners can also define, translate, and hear printed text, and can also store and beam text to computers and […]

  • meta refresh

    Refers to HTML coding that redirects a Web site visitor to a new page after a set and specified number of seconds. Meta refresh tags are used by Web sites that have changed addresses but want visitors to be able to access the new URL by going through the old one. When a user is […]

  • style sheet

    In word processing and desktop publishing, a style sheet is a file or form that defines the layout of a document. When you fill in a style sheet, you specify such parameters as the page size, margins, and fonts. Style sheets are useful because you can use the same style sheet for many documents. For […]

  • 802.11x

    The term used to describe the family of 802.11 specifications developed by the IEEE for wireless LAN technology. 802.11 specifies an over-the-air interface between a wireless client and a base station or between two wireless clients. See 802.11 for a complete overview of the 802.11x family of specifications.

  • Windows Home Server

    Announced by Microsoft in January 2007, Windows Home Server (WHS) is a consumer server option designed for use with multiple computers connected in the home. Home Server allows you to share files such as digital photos and media files, and also allows you to automatically backup your home networked computers. Through Windows Media Connect, Windows […]

  • iMac

    An Apple computer intended for home, school, and small offices, and promoted by Apple as an easy-to-use, stylish computer that outperforms other low-cost options. The computer comes equipped with a 500, 600 or 700MHz G3 processor, 32 MB SDRAM, 4GB hard disk drive, a 56K modem, and a Universal Serial Bus (USB ), which allows […]