Abbreviated as AER, Authorized Education Reseller is a term used by Microsoft to describe a software reseller that has been authorized by Microsoft to sell Academic Edition software licenses to eligible education customers.
See license and software licensing.
Auto-Negotiation is a technology that was introduced by National Semiconductor to the IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-T working group in the Spring of 1994 as a result of the need for a mechanism to accommodate multi-speed network devices. It’s a mechanism that takes control of the cable when a connection is established to a network device. Auto-Negotiation […]
- Automated Biometric Identification System
ABIS, the Automated Biometric Identification System (IDENT) is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) managed system that is used for the storing and processing of biometric and biographic information for DHS national security, law enforcement, immigration, intelligence, and other DHS functions.
- Automated Cartridge System
Abbreviated as ACS, Automated Cartridge System is a storage and retrieval system, often used for library management. The ACS provides cartridge storage cells, transports, and a robotic mechanism to move cartridges between the cells.
- Automated Litigation Support
Abbreviated as ALS, Automated Litigation Support is a broad term used to describe the use of different software and processes for the collection and presentation of documentary evidence. The category of ALS products include word processors, multimedia presentation systems, software used for text search and retrieval, databases and more. Automated litigation support solutions, when compared […]
- Automatic Fan Detection
In computer BIOS settings for Intel desktop boards, Automatic Fan Detection is a fan control option for detecting fans added to the motherboard. Users can select the following settings; Next Boot: Detect fans added to the motherboard upon next boot only. Disabled: Will not detect fans added to the motherboard, new fans may perform erratically. […]